PWG NINETEEN Card, Lineup & Date Confirmed

Premiere independent wrestling promotion PWG is set to hold their NINETEEN event on July 3, 2022. The show is loaded up with some top independent wrestling names in addition to the surprising return of women’s wrestling to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Let’s take a look at what’s been announced so far for PWG NINETEEN PWG NINETEEN […] READ MORE

Preview IMPACT Wrestling: Rebellion Go-Home Show


IMPACT Wrestling returns to AXS TV for the Rebellion go-home show this Thursday night! Multiple matches this week will have implications for Rebellion as the stars of IMPACT look to build momentum one last time before the big show this weekend! The action begins on AXS TV at 8 pm ET. The pre-show, Before the IMPACT, begins at […] READ MORE

Preview: Warrior Wrestling – Warrior 20 – (03/12/22)


Warrior Wrestling continues their road trip as they roll into Indianapolis Indiana for the first time for Warrior Wrestling 20. They are bringing a mix of Warrior veterans such as Sam Adonis, Trey Miguel, Lance Archer, and Brian Pillman Jr. as well as some Warrior newcomers such as JONAH and Psycho Clown with them. You […] READ MORE

Speedball Wins! Mike Bailey Returns to U.S. Soil With Victory


It’s been six long years, but Canadian indie superstar “Speedball” Mike Bailey finally returned to U.S. soil for a pro wrestling match, and he did it big time fashion – by picking up the win in his debut for IMPACT Wrestling on the Hard To Kill pay-per-view on Saturday night. It marked his first appearance […] READ MORE

Preview: C4 ‘Better Watch Out’ (12/10/21)


Ottawa, Ontario, Canada’s Capital City Championship Combat (C4) returns on Friday night with Better Watch Out, and it’s a huge night for one of Canada’s top indie promotions. Despite calling (IWTV) their streaming home for a few years now, C4’s events always debuted at a later date. But on Friday night, Better Watch Out will mark C4’s […] READ MORE

Preview: C4 ‘Never Say Never Again’ (11/12/21)


One of the hardest-hit scenes in pro wrestling during the COVID era of 2020 was undoubtedly the Canadian indie circuit. With strict COVID lockdown protocols, Canadian indie wrestling was essentially put on hiatus for an entire year, if not longer. Canada didn’t have the luxury of some provinces having more lax protocols like their U.S. […] READ MORE