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King Of Chaos Championship Match – Flash Morgan Webster © vs Eddie Dennis
Although completely at home in the ring, Morgan Webster has made a habit of taking shortcuts during his title defences. With Modern Culture skulking around at ringside, matches have become rather intimidating for his challengers. This Saturday however the playing field is different, his challenger Eddie Dennis holds a pin-fall victory over the current King Of Chaos. With Eddie Dennis finally getting the national recognition, he deserves, the time has never been better for him to be challenging, in recent months the calibre of his matches have been very high. Eddie Dennis is arguably the heartbeat of Pro Wrestling Chaos, he has the support and respect of the audience. After defeating Flash in under ten minutes last month the odds are in his favour, let’s just see if Webster has planned ahead. 6/7/17 – Eddie Dennis announced his retirement from his full-time job of teaching to dedicate his time to progressing his wrestling career. This certainly changes the dynamics of this weekend’s title match.
Knights Of Chaos Tag Team Championship Match – Modern Culture © vs Project Lucha (1 Last Chance)
Last month Martin Kirby & El Ligero were moments away from defeating Modern Culture, that was until new recruit Matt Horgan pulled the referee from the ring and the match was null and void. After approaching Dave Mercy, Project Lucha have been granted one final opportunity to challenge the cocksure lads from across the Severn Bridge. Much like their trusted leader, both Edwin Ricci and Danny Jones often use a few shortcuts to obtain victory, therefore they must be more than confident heading into the weekend. There is however a change to proceedings, this is the last chance for Project Lucha and you know they are bringing their ‘A’ game, on top of that Danny Jones is soon departing for Japan, so is his head in the game? Will he be completely focused on the title defence or do thoughts of green pastures fill his mind. Quite possibly match of the night.
Heir 2 The Throne Ladder Match – Mike Bird vs Dick Riley vs Big Grizzly vs Joe Coffey vs Mikey Whiplash vs Jimmy Havoc vs Matt Horgan
Can Pro Wrestling Chaos keep control of this year’s event, will another masked assailant be able to steal the briefcase and claim it as his own? One thing for sure is that the competitors this year will not be afraid of dealing out punishment if things go south, the line-up is amazing. Featuring a who’s who of UK Independent talent, the seriousness of this match went up tenfold in 2017. All of the men involved, except Matt Horgan, are all well equipped to win the briefcase and become the next King Of Chaos, their success in other promotions alone make them more than suitable. Confidence must be running high for the competitors, they all recently have had personal success so that increases the competitive nature of the match. There isn’t a solid favourite in this type of match but due to recent showings both Mike Bird and Big Grizzly must have an early advantage. With Chaos only getting bigger the stakes have never been higher, the next briefcase holder may hold all the keys to the kingdom.
Alex Steele vs Charlie Sterling
In recent months Bristol born Charlie Sterling has made a big impression, most notably his match in April against Eddie Dennis which stole the show. This Saturday he’s got another chance to shine as he faces current No1 contender Alex Steele. This should be a very competitive match, Sterling will be looking to impress while I feel Steele needs to justify his position as challenger to the Throne. In two previous outings the Steele section leader has used dubious methods to win, his ankle being the reason why the match has paused only for him to use the distraction to claim victory. Although Sterling has come up short recently a big win is surely on the cards, he’s got the size, look and skill to go far and a hard-hitting ring style. Alex will encounter a tough challenge and his ankle may not decide his fate this time around.
Team H8 vs The Brotherhood
Although not yet announced this looks more than likely to happen. After a mysterious video appeared online of the Brotherhood discussing that ‘He’ won’t be happy, rumours have been circulating. In said video Joe Mezinger threw out threats to Team H8 and Sierra Loxton, who in recent months have faced off with the Brotherhood. If this match takes place it’s been building towards one final meeting of the stables, since January the Brotherhood have run riot at Chaos and made demand after demand. Jeckel & Gideon after individually battling the trio finally came together to reform Team H8, as of right now both teams have an earned a win over one another. This whole fiasco is set to have an unhappy ending no matter what happens this Saturday, however I would assume that the Brotherhood or their leader are intent on making a statement.
This event is now sold out. For show information please follow the link https://www.facebook.com/ProWrestlingChaos/ I will be live in attendance on 8/7 @ Pro Wrestling Chaos, for further Independent Wrestling previews, reviews and news follow @Kayfabetoday