Warrior Wrestling returns to the Bendix Arena in South Bend Indiana for Warrior Wrestling 21. Will Ospreay will defend his Warrior Wrestling Championship in the main event against Blake Christian. Thunder Rosa will also relinquish the Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship as a new champion will be crowned when Athena, Skye Blue, and Shazza McKenzie step into the ring. The action will begin at 7 pm Eastern time. Tickets are available below, as is the link to purchase on FITE TV. Let’s run down the card.
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Warrior Wrestling 21 Full Card
Alex Zayne vs. Storm Grayson
Alex Zayne returns to Warrior Wrestling following a loss in a four-way match at Warrior 19. He will take on Storm Grayson who made his Warrior Wrestling debut at Warrior 20 in a loss to Jake Crist. Both men are looking to bounce back in a Warrior ring at Warrior Wrestling 21. Zayne is known for his high flying and quickness inside the ring. Zayne also carries the experience edge in this match. Grayson will be no easy opponent, however. Grayson picked up a big win in his latest defense as Freelance Underground Independent Champion as he defeated Alan Angles in March. Find out who gets the big win this weekend at Warrior 21.
NJPW Dojo Showcase Karl Fredericks vs. Clark Connors
The duo of LA Dojo graduates of New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) will represent the LA Dojo at Warrior Wrestling 21. Karl Fredericks and Clark Connors are both making their Warrior Wrestling debuts this weekend in South Bend. The duo teamed up to represent the LA Dojo at the Windy City Riot event. After a hard-fought match, the duo along with Yuya Uemura lost to The Factory following a low blow. Both Fredericks and Connors are looking to bounce back following that loss and walk out of the Bendix Arena with their first win in a Warrior Wrestling ring.
Top Flight vs. Brian Cage and KC Navarro
Top Flight made their return to Warrior Wrestling at Warrior Wrestling 20 as they competed in a three-way tag team match. Now they will return to take on the first-ever Warrior Wrestling Champion Brian Cage and the Warrior Medallion Holder KC Navarro. The duo of Cage and Navarro teamed in a Warrior ring for the first time at Warrior Wrestling 19 in a losing effort to The Acclaimed. Top Flight was also not victorious in their first match back in a Warrior ring. Both teams want to walk out of the Bendix Arena with a big win. Who will walk out with their hands raised? Find out at Warrior Wrestling 21.
SWERVE vs. Adam Brooks
Two men will walk into a Warrior Wrestling ring for the first time in South Bend. SWERVE has been racking up wins in various promotions such as AEW, ROH, and REVOLVER. He is known for his flying moves but is a solid all-around wrestler. Adam Brooks is also a well-rounded competitor and has been competing in promotions such as DEFY, WAC, and MCW amount others. Who will walk out of the Bendix with their first win in a Warrior ring? Find out this weekend in South Bend!
Frank the Clown Press Conference
Frank the Clown will return to Warrior Wrestling to host a press conference. He was scheduled to appear at Warrior 20 but had flight issues that prevented him from appearing at the event. He has been absent from the last few Warrior shows and according to Frank himself it is because he has been “Celebrating with his friends, the SuperBowl Champion LA Rams and hanging out with his super hot girlfriend Noelle Foley in beautiful Florida.” Fans and media alike are invited to the press conference. What does Frank have up his sleeve? We will (unfortunately) find out this weekend!
Warrior Wrestling Lucha Championship: Sam Adonis (c) vs. Aramis
The last time Sam Adonis stepped into the Bendix Arena, he walked out of the building as the new Warrior Wrestling Luch Champion. He defeated the inaugural champion Aramis as well as Gringo Loco, Drago Kid, and ASF. He has since defended the title against Lince Dorado and Psycho Clown at the last two Warrior Wrestling shows. Now the original champion Aramis will get the chance to regain the championship in a one-on-one match. Sam has competed at almost every Warrior Wrestling show and would love nothing more than to walk out of the Bendix Arena as champion once more at Warrior Wrestling 21.
Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship: Athena vs. Skye Blue vs. Shazza McKenzie
Thunder Rosa will relinquish the Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship this Saturday night. A three-way match will take place to determine the next champion. Athena wrestled Thunder Rosa to a draw at Warrior Wrestling 19. She and Skye Blue competed against Rosa in a three-way match for the Championship at Warrior Wrestling 20 in a match that Rosa won. There is a wild card in this match as Shazza McKenzie makes her Warrior Wrestling debut. Athena and Sky Blue have had the opportunity to lock up in a Warrior Wrestling ring, while Shazza has never stepped foot in a Warrior ring. One of these three will end their night with Rosa awarding them the Championship. Find out who this weekend!
Warrior Wrestling 21 Main Event: Warrior Wrestling Championship: Will Ospreay (c) vs. Blake Christian
Will Ospreay returns to Warrior Wrestling for the first time since the last time the promotion took over the Bendix Arena. He will be defending his Warrior Wrestling Championship against Blake Christian. Ospreay has become the most wanted man in wrestling with both Trey Miguel and Blake Christian calling him out over the last two shows. Now Blake Christian will get a chance to win the belt from Ospreay in a one-on-one match. Ospreay became champion by defeating Miguel and Christian in a three-way match at Warrior 17. Will history repeat itself? Don’t blink in this one as both men are known for their agility and high flying ability. Only one will walk out of South Bend as the Warrior Wrestling Champion at Warrior Wrestling 21.
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