In Airdrie, Scotland tonight, Kid Fite‘s promotion Premier British Wrestling (PBW) held their Breaking Limits 14 show. In amongst the star-studded show, the record-breaking 910-day reign of the PBW Tag Team Championships came to a crashing halt. The now former champions Proper Mental (Lou King Sharp and Krieger) were defeated by the rising team of I-Gen (Kieran Kelly and Craig Anthony). This now makes Kelly and Anthony the first team to hold the Tag Team Championships in both PBW and Scottish Wrestling Alliance (SWA), the latter of which they won this past February.
— Craig Anthony (@CraigAR_) April 27, 2019
Sharp and Krieger began their reign back in October 2016, when they defeated the team of Grado and Kenny Williams at that year’s Maximum Impact show. In the 910 days that have followed, The Blood Tourist and Scudmaster Sexy have seen off challenges from the likes of Chris Ridgeway, Stevie Xavier, BT Gunn, and Aaron Echo in order to establish themselves as the team to beat. On April 8th 2017, the duo had a match against The Marauders (Mike Bird and Wild Boar), a bout that had both the PBW and the Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW) Tag Team Championships up for grabs. Both teams would, however, hang on to their gold following a disqualification win for Bird and Boar.
While in possession of the gold, Sharp and Krieger would also take their team to several other promotions, including WrestleZone (WZ), Insane Championship Wrestling, and Five Star Wrestling for the short time they were on air. Alongside their mentor Kid Fite, they became an instant hit with the fans for their willingness to do what they do best – goof around to entertain everyone who paid their hard-earned money to attend a show. They enjoyed a brief run as the WZ Tag Team Champions, but nothing else ever amounted to their 910 days with the PBW Tag Team Championships.
With I-Gen now in possession of the championships, it marks the beginning of a new era for the tag team division in Premier British Wrestling.