Courage Wrestling’s first show saw them announce themselves to the world with a show that sent fans home happy. Their second show features the European return of PAC as well as Joe Coffey making his debut.
— Courage Wrestling (@CourageWrestlin) October 26, 2018
Match 1: TK Cooper vs Julian Pace vs Dmitri Krakovic
Julian Pace makes his Irish debut here for Courage against a returning TK Cooper and the man that ignores gravity Dmitri Krakovic. Pace debuted back in 2016 so is still relatively new to pro wrestling but you wouldn’t know that from watching him as he is confident and well rounded already. A few more years and he could be a name on every fans lips. TK Cooper fought hard against former WWE superstar Paul London in the main event of the first Courage show and took the veteran to the limit before receiving a ringing endorsement from Cooper. Krakovic was also on the first Courage show but emerged victorious against the team of JDP, Tron and Luther Valentin. A three-way packed with young, dynamic talent that could be a show stealer.
Match 2: Chris Ridgeway vs Nathan Byrne
Speaking of show stealers Nathan Byrne did just that last time out. His match with BT Gunn was fantastic and Byrne announced himself as one to watch by keeping up with someone like Gunn. His opponent in this one is someone else who has been performing at a high level this year. Ridgeway has had a breakout year with his hard-hitting, shoot style going down a treat with fans. If you like the UK indie style then this one is for you, two hungry competitors that will leave it all in the ring in the name of stealing the show.
Match 3: Jetta vs Jazzy Gabbert
These two ladies got well acquainted with one another at Courage’s last show. They were part of the fatal four way which also included Laura Di Matteo and Kasey Owens. In that match, Jetta tried her best to not cross Gabbert and stay in the powerful German’s good books. When Gabbert did eventually get her hands on Gabbert it was a sweet moment for the fans. This time Jetta is in their alone with Gabbert and you can bet Coventry’s loudest won’t be happy with that.
Match 4- Queen Of Southside Championship: Shanna (c) vs Laura Di Matteo
Shanna defends her recently won Queen of Southside championship against Laura Di Matteo who has realigned with Jinny in PROGRESS recently. Shanna has been all over the world most notably in Japan for Stardom where she was High Speed Champion and wrestled for Gatoh Move. She has wrestled for US women’s powerhouses Shine and Womens Superstars Uncensored. She is a regular in Germany’s German Wrestling Federation and has competed for Pro Wrestling: EVE for years. Laura Di Matteo will be looking to take down the well-travelled veteran. Di Matteo has been a regular in PROGRESS since her debut as Jinny’s assistant and then rival. The younger Di Matteo has more of an MMA style move set which could be too much for Shanna to handle.
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— KING IS DEAD (@BASTARDPAC) November 10, 2018
Only 4 matches announced but we do have PAC, who has been called out by Joe Coffey and Tucker, we also have Spike Trivet, Club Rock Shandy, Alexander Dean and the Irish wrestling sensation J-Money as Courage look to continue making their mark on Irish Wrestling.