Category Archives: Indie Wrestling
Ring Of Honor return to Baltimore for Glory By Honor which streams live on Honor Club and Fite TV. ROH are live in the UMBC Event Center for an ROH On Tour show that will see Jay Lethal defend his ROH World Title against The Last Real Man, Silas Young and Scurll-Hurricane III. To read my full preview, including pricing for Honor Club and Fite TV, Click Here.
On October 12th, 2018 Ring of Honor return to the UMBC Center in Baltimore. The last time ROH was last in the UMBC Center was for the Best In The World PPV in June and was claimed to be hugely successful by Ring Of Honor.
On Sunday September 30th, 2018, PROGRESS Wrestling hold their annual big show and this year they go bigger than they, or any other independent wrestling company has gone in England. This show, Hello Wembley, has been announced and built up for over one year as it was announced on September 10th, 2017 at the Ally Pally show, Chapter 55: Chase The Sun.
On September 28th, 2018, Ring of Honor head to Las Vegas, Nevada for their 16th consecutive Death Before Dishonor PPV. ROH has held these Pay-Per-Views since 2003 and the Death Before Dishonor show has been an annual event for the company.
With three huge shows this weekend, I have prepared the line-ups and thoughts going into each show. I will get straight into the line-ups here, with links to each individual full preview. Each full preview will have links to watch these shows and times they will be live.
Ring of Honor return to Las Vegas on Friday, September 28th, 2018 as the stars of ROH visit the Orleans Arena. As I mentioned in My Previous Post, This is the sixteenth consecutive Death Before Dishonor show held by ROH and the third consecutive year in Las Vegas.
Game Changer Wrestling present “Live Fast Die Young” available live on Fite TV just like the previous show, Joey Janela’s Lost In New York. the line up consists of some of the hottest independent wrestlers today and is sure to be a very fun show.
Ring of Honor returns to Pay-Per-View on September 28th with their annual Death Before Dishonor show. Death Before Dishonor has been a annual show for Ring Of Honor since 2003 and this year’s show is the sixteenth edition.
On September 30th, 2018 PROGRESS Wrestling makes a long awaited debut in the SSE Arena, Wembley in London. Three years ago PROGRESS Wrestling put on their largest ticketed show to that date, entitled Chapter 36: We’re Gonna Need A Bigger Room, again. Chapter 36 saw 2,400 fans in the Brixton Academy and was held in September 2016. This was the largest PROGRESS show up to that point. Chapter 55: Chase The Sun was almost one year after Chapter 36 and PROGRESS Wrestling were set on making their September shows bigger than normal. PROGRESS hired out the biggest venue this particular British independent Professional Wrestling company had hired up to that point, Alexandra Palace, and on September 10th, 2017, PROGRESS Wrestling held Chapter 55. On the night of September 10th, 2017 PROGRESS Wrestling announced they Chapter 76 would be held in an even larger venue one year later, Wembley. This will be the biggest show that PROGRESS have put on.
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla present thier annual tournament entitled “Battle Of Los Angles” but is often referred to as BOLA for short. BOLA consists of the best wrestlers on the independent scene at the time and every year is filled with dream matches that impress hundreds in attendance and even more that buy the DVDs.
According to ShowBuzz Daily the All In: Zero Hour came in at number 85 on cable network TV in America with 196,000 viewers. The show was just underneath Football and came in above a Paramount showing of the movie The Mummy: Tomb Of Dragon.
On August 28th Highspots Wrestling Network launched their apps for Android and iPhone. At the moment Highspots only have apps available for Android (Tablet or Phone) or ITunes (iPhone or iPad) but The Alternative Wrestling Network has plans for more apps that are to be announced.
In an announcement made earlier today by WWN and EVOLVE:
“NXT Superstar Velveteen Dream will wrestle at EVOLVE 112 on Sept. 7th in Joppa, MD and EVOLVE 113 on Sept. 8th in Queens, NY. This was just confirmed earlier today. WWN wants to thank WWE for making this unforgettable experience happen for independentwrestling fans! Tickets for both events are now on sale at TicketFly.com.”
Velveteen Dream faced EC3 in the most recent NXT Takeover, where The Dream beat EC3 with an Elbow Drop, The “Purple Rainmaker”, on the apron. Velveteen Dream has come up short in previous Takovers, firstly against former NXT Champion Aliester Black and then taking part in the 6 Man ladder match for the NXT North American Championship which Adam Cole won.