Warrior Wrestling returns to Marian Catholic High School for Night 2 of the Stadium Series on July 17th. The show will feature two title matches and the return of Warrior Wrestling veterans Brian Cage, Lance Archer, Robert Anthony, and Brian Pillman Jr. You can catch the show live in person or on FITE TV. Let’s see what the show has in store for us.
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Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 2 Full Card
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Danhausen vs. Lee Moriarty
The very nice, very evil Danhausen makes his return to Warrior Wrestling to take on Lee Moriarty. Moriarty is looking to bounce back after losing to Warrior Wrestling champion Trey Miguel at Night 1 of the 2021 Stadium Series. Moriarty had an impressive victory over Tre Lamar at last year’s Stadium Series, and is looking to get back in the win column. Danhausen has not appeared for Warrior Wrestling since a dark match at Warrior Wrestling 7. Anything can happen when Danhausen steps into the ring so be ready for teeth, a bag of money, and maybe a blimp?
Dante Martin vs. KC Navarro
Two young professionals will lock up at Night 2 of the Stadium Series. Dante Martin will represent Top Flight as he steps into the ring against KC Navarro. Martin has been flying solo while his brother Darius recovers from an injury. KC Navarro is looking to build on the momentum he gained at Night 1 of the Stadium Series when he defeated Cole Radrick. Both of these young stars have a bright future ahead of them and now is an opportunity to see them at the beginning of their respective careers.
Calvin Tankman vs. Jordan Oliver
Two GCW and MLW regulars will face off for the first time ever at Warrior Wrestling. The young high-flying Jordan Oliver will take on the powerful yet agile Calvin Tankman. Oliver made his debut with the promotion during last year’s Stadium Series in a six-man tag team match alongside Myron Reed and Chris Bey. Tankman on the other hand will be making his debut in Warrior Wrestling. This clash of styles is sure to lead to an entertaining can’t miss match.
Brian Cage vs. Ninja Mack
The first-ever Warrior Wrestling champion Brian Cage makes his return to the promotion at Night 2 of the Stadium Series. He will face Warrior newcomer Ninja Mack. Cage was originally scheduled to face off against Lio Rush before his retirement announcement. Ninja Mack answered the call to take on the former Warrior champion. This match will see Cage’s power against the speed and high flying ability of Mack. Don’t blink in this one, you won’t want to miss a second of the fast-paced action this match will bring.
Varsity Blonds (Griff Garrison & Brian Pillman Jr) W/ Julia Hart vs. Victor Benjamin and Richard Holliday
Former Warrior Wrestling champion Brian Pillman Jr will return to the promotion on the 17th. He is not coming alone though as he will bring Griff Garrison and Julia Hart in their Warrior Wrestling debuts. The Varisty Blonds will take on “The Savage Gentleman” Victor Benjamin and Richard Holliday who will both step into a Warrior Wrestling ring for the first time. Holliday is the current IWA Caribbean Heavyweight Champion and former MLW tag team champion. Benjamin has worked in promotions such as GCW, AAW, and CHIKARA. Benjamin is also a former ACW Heavyweight Champion.
Davey Richards vs. Jonathan Gresham
Pure wrestling fans are in for a treat as Ring of Honor Pure Champion Jonathan Gresham takes on Davey Richards. Gresham last competed in Warrior Wrestling at last year’s Stadium Series where he and Alex Shelley fought to a double pin ending. Gresham will take Davey Richards who is making his Warrior Wrestling debut. Richards returned to wrestling this year and has competed in CCW, NGW, and VxS this year. This match will be a pure wrestling clinic that you don’t want to miss.
— Warrior Wrestling (@WarriorWrstlng) June 28, 2021
Lance Archer vs. Robert Anthony
Frank the Clown made quite a scene at Night 1 of the Stadium Series after he and Robert Anthony were unbooked from the show. After being kicked out of the show twice, Frank landed in a helicopter on the football field. He entered the ring only to be confronted by the promoter of Warrior Wrestling. He informed Frank that Robert Anthony would return at the Stadium Series to take on the Murderhawk Monster Lance Archer in a no holds barred match. This will be Archer’s first appearance at Warrior Wrestling since the Friday Night Lights show in August of last year. Buckle up for this one, the only thing limiting the competitors is their imagination.
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— Warrior Wrestling (@WarriorWrstlng) July 9, 2021
Stadium Series Night 2 Title Match: Lucha Title Match Daga vs. Aramis
Aramis became the inaugural Warrior Wrestling Lucha Champion at Night 1 of the Stadium Series when he outlasted seven other men in a War of Attrition match. He will defend his title for the first time against Daga. Daga returns to the promotion for the first time since last year’s Stadium Series where he successfully defended the AAA Latin America Title against Isais Velazquez. This will be Daga’s first match of 2021, will he be able to capture a title in his first match of the year? Or will Aramis successfully defend the title for the first time?
EPIC MATCH ALERT.
See you July 17th in Chicago…..
— Warrior Wrestling (@WarriorWrstlng) July 1, 2021
Stadium Series Night 2 Title Match: Kylie Rae vs. Lady Frost
Kylie Rae successfully defended her Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship in her return match against Holidead at Night 1 of the Stadium Series. She is scheduled to defend the title against Thunder Rosa at Night 3 of the Stadium Series, but before she steps in the ring with Rosa she has to get through Lady Frost. This will be the first time Lady Rost steps into a Warrior Wrestling ring. She has competed in the NWA, GCW, AEW, and Hurricane Pro Wrestling where she is the current Women’s Champion. Will Rae retain her title, or will Warrior newcomer Lady Frost shock the champion? We will find out at Night 2 of the Stadium Series.
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