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By: New Zealand Wide  06-Dec-2011

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NZWPW is on the road again and this time it is to the town of Marton, a stirling little town just before Bulls. 

Right off the heels of a brutle Flag Vs Flag match there is no respite for Jakob Cross who will be this time defending the honour as the local hometown hero against cross town rival from Bulls Travis Banks. This is sure to be an explosive match as not only is there the cross town rilvarly but also it is Travis Banks first return to NZWPW being released and signing with their Auckland affiliate IPW. How will the home coming go down?

NZWPW Heavyweight Champion D-Hoya is headed for a collision course with former champion Rufguts Roddy Gunn, but in the mean time he has been fighting his way through the rest of Project Mayhem defeating Johnny Idol at Bringing Down the House, he is now up against the always unpredictable James Shaw. 

Talking about the former Champion and Project Mayhem leader since losing the title at Powerplay he has been bullying his way through opposition and getting his nose involved in D-Hoyas business to show every chance he can, to show that he wants that title back. But before that there is one other man who has his eyes set on revenge with Project and that is the Man Mountain Tykade, two of the biggest men in NZWPW are set for a goliath battle.

Also on the card

Liam Fury Vs Johnny Idol

JC Star Vs Axl

Mikey Rave/Taylor Adams Vs Fred the Great/Shining Nick Silver

JPE Vs Misty

NZWPW is on the road again and this time it is to the town of Marton, a stirling little town just before Bulls. 

Right off the heels of a brutle Flag Vs Flag match there is no respite for Jakob Cross who will be this time defending the honour as the local hometown hero against cross town rival from Bulls Travis Banks. This is sure to be an explosive match as not only is there the cross town rilvarly but also it is Travis Banks first return to NZWPW being released and signing with their Auckland affiliate IPW. How will the home coming go down?

NZWPW Heavyweight Champion D-Hoya is headed for a collision course with former champion Rufguts Roddy Gunn, but in the mean time he has been fighting his way through the rest of Project Mayhem defeating Johnny Idol at Bringing Down the House, he is now up against the always unpredictable James Shaw. 

Talking about the former Champion and Project Mayhem leader since losing the title at Powerplay he has been bullying his way through opposition and getting his nose involved in D-Hoyas business to show every chance he can, to show that he wants that title back. But before that there is one other man who has his eyes set on revenge with Project and that is the Man Mountain Tykade, two of the biggest men in NZWPW are set for a goliath battle.

Also on the card

Liam Fury Vs Johnny Idol

JC Star Vs Axl

Mikey Rave/Taylor Adams Vs Fred the Great/Shining Nick Silver

JPE Vs Misty

Posted on September 26, 2011 by:
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NZWPW Chairman (Martin Stirling) has decided to bring the next show back to "He Toa Sports" as a homage to WPW's early beginnings:

"I feel that wrestlers need to remember where they come from," says Stirling. "Its a good way to keep them all grounded; especially in a sport where it is easy to get caught up in the lime light".

The show will also be an opportunity for reunions, as "High Octane" (J.C Star and Corey Dallas) will be joining forces once again to take on "The Circus of Tragedy" in a tag team bout that is sure to please all in attendance, both Star and Dallas have not teamed together since the beginning of the IPW invasion last year, so are keen to see if they still have their tag team magic that made them such a formidable force back then.    

The Beast of the British Isles (Jacob Cross) has stated that he has not yet finished with the Maori warrior (Ben Mana)."Mana wouldn't know what true wrestling was if it came up to him and bit him on his buttocks,"states Cross. Cross will have his opportunity to see if he can finally follow through with his threats.

Tykade is out for vengence against "Project Mayhem" after they deliberately interfered with his match against D-Hoya at the last show in Porirua; WPW management have agreed to Tykade's request for a bout, and have chosen "James Shaw" to be his opponent.  Shaw is becoming a regular mainstay at the WPW events and will know doubt have his "Project Mayhem" team mates in attendance.

D-Hoya was another who was also unimpressed with Project Mayhem's interference at the last Porirua show, so has decided to accept a match against the youngest member of "Project Mayhem" (Johnny Idol).  Idol has made a huge mark in WPW and plans to make an even bigger one by taking on the WPW champ himself, thus solidifying himself as a major contender for the WPW Heavyweight Title.

All this and more at "Bringing Down The House"!

Date: Friday 30th September 2011

Venue: He Toa Sports - North St (PETONE)

Time: 7.00pm (Doors open) , 7.30pm - 9.30pm (Show)

Tickets: $15.00 (Adults), $10.00 (Kids)

Outlet:

He Toa Sports - Ph (04) 9392503 or  refer to website:

 

Card so Far:

Jacob Cross vs Ben Mana

High Octane (Star/Dallas) vs Circus of Tragedy (Osiris/Scravenge) with Dreamcatcher

Tykade vs James Shaw

D-Hoya vs Johnny Idol

More matches to be announced and as always "card is subject to change.."

Posted on August 24, 2011 by:
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The Chairman of New Zealand Wide Pro WrestlingMartin Stirling has issued a statement about the recent signing of former wrestler Travis Banks with Impact Pro Wrestling:

"Travis Banks has now made an official decision to join IPW," states Mr Stirling. "This does not mean he will no longer be appearing on any WPW shows! It just means he has been given a temporary probation period so that he can better adapt to life with IPW. Once I am confident that he has served his probation period, Mr Banks will no doubt come back bigger and better then ever to yet again dazzle the WPW fans in Wellington," says Stirling. "But I do wish him well for the future" .

Posted on August 10, 2011 by:
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New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling ventures to Levin this friday to crown new WPW Tag-Team Champions.  There has been much debate on which team will emerge the winner, and fans have already been making predictions of who may claim the glory.  WPW Chairman (Martin Stirling) has stipulated that it be a four corners match for the titles, and just to make it more interesting the C.W.O (Rehua) has added that it also be a "Traditional Survivor Style Match" therefore teams will be eliminated until only one is left standing.

Levins own "Misty" will be taking on newcomer "Candy Cane" in a ladies bout, this will be Candy's official debut in WPW and even though both girls may hale from Levin, Misty has promised Candy a welcoming she will never forget.

Jacob cross will get another chance to take down the man mountain known as Tykade, Cross believes that if he can defeat Tykade, then it will put him into title contendership.

Corey Dallas will be shaking off any memories he may have had with his former gang "Project Mayhem" as he takes on the Shining One (Nick Silver) this friday.

Speaking of Project Mayhem: Rufguts will be taking on the very popular "Mikey Rave" in a speed verses brawn match, and in a separate match, "Rufgut's" partner in crime "Johnny Idol" will be taking on another WPW young lion "Taylor Adams", it is still uncertain if this will be Rufguts's only appearance on the night as "Project Mayhem" are scheduled to participate in the main event.  

Date: Friday 12th August 2011

Venue: Levin Memorial Hall

Time: 7.00pm - 9.00pm

Outlet: Sportsworld Levin

Tickets: $15.00 Adults - $10.00 kids

As usual card is subject to change

Posted on August 5, 2011 by:
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Official Statement

The C.W.O (Rehua) has officially confirmed that discussions have been made between"New Zealand Wide ProWrestling" (NZWPW) and "Pro Wrestling International" (PWI).

"We are still in negotiations at this point in time," says Rehua, "but I am confident that it will be a great thing not only for NZWPW, but for New Zealand wrestling as a whole!"

There is speculation on what the full extent these negotiations will mean in the long run for NZWPW,  but the C.W.O has stated that an official press release will be made later on in the week.

Posted on May 17, 2011 by:
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With "Powerplay" looming just around the corner; New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling chairman (Martin Stirling) has decided that this years "Right 2 Challenge" will not take place away from Wellington as it has done so in the past, but instead; it will be held this Friday at "Bringing Down The House".

"The Right 2 Challenge" has always been considered controversial as it not only gives the winner the opportunity for a title shot, but it also gives them the power to select the show at which it happens.  D-Hoya,Mikey Rave, Shining Nick Silver and J.C Star have all been selected to compete in the match; one of which will go on to face Rufguts at a show of their choosing.

Rufguts will have to have his wits about him on Friday as not only does he have to worry about the winner of "Right 2 Challenge" but the CWO (Rehua) has decided that he needs to shape up for Powerplay, and has placed Rufguts in a match against IPW hotshot Liam Fury Fury has been making a huge impact within IPW and is now planning on making an impact with WPW this Friday too. 

James Shaw will have another shot against Ben Mana this Friday.Shaw has been wanting a rematch against Mana after his loss to the Maori warrior in Bulls last month.

All this and much more this Friday 20th May 2011 at Bringing Down The House "Right 2 Challenge"

Date: Friday 20th May, 2011

Time: 7pm (Doors open) 7.30 - 9.30pm (Show)

Venue: He Toa Sports: North Street (Ava platform), PETONE

Tickets: $10 kids - $15 adults

Contact: Martin Stirling - (04) 9392503 e-mail:  

Full Card:

  • Kid Mystique vs Jacob Cross
  • The Ideal Experience "Corey Dallas" vs Teh Nerd
  • The Giant "Tykade" vs The Asgardian "Thor"
  • NZWPW Heavyweight Champion 'The Human Weapon' Rufguts  vs Liam Fury
  • Right 2 Challenge: D-Hoya  vs Mikey Rave  vs 'Shining' Nick Silver  vs JC Star

Card subject to change.

Posted on May 12, 2011 by:
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New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling is proud to announce some of the matches for this Friday's show in Masterton and this Saturdays show in Blenheim.

Fighter vs Heart-throb:

The fighting specialist "Jacob Cross" will be pitted against one half of the NZWPW Tag-Team Champions (and self proclaimed teen hunk)"Johnny Idol".

Champion vs Champion:

The former NZWPW Tag-team Champion "Travis Banks" will be going against the biggest opponent of his wrestling career (Former NZWPW heavyweight champion "Tykade") in a battle that is sure to impress any spectator.

All the action happens this Friday night in Masterton and will spill over to the following day in Blenheim as the wrestlers of NZWPW will once again face off against SCW in yet another inter-promotional bout that is sure to be a great show.

Blenheim show

Strength vs Speed:

This match is sure to grab the attention of everyone in the crowd, as self proclaimed heart-throb (and WPW Tag-team champion) "Johnny Idol" has issued a challenge to former NZWPW heavyweight champion "Tykade" it is not known why Idol would issue such a challenge? But one thing is for sure; its going to be great.

The Rematch:

Travis Banks wants to prove once and for all that he can defeat Rufguts for the NZWPW heavyweight title.  Rufguts narrowly escaped with the title in the main event at Bulls and wants everyone to know that he never tapped out.

The Decision:

Kid Mystique has been active on both the NZWPW and SWC roster respectively, therefore; will his opponent be from WPW or SCW?

NZWPW management will supply more information as it comes to hand.

Masterton show preview:

  • Johnny Idol vs Jacob Cross
  • Travis Banks vs Tykade

SCW show Preview:

  • Johhny Idol vs Tykade
  • Travis Banks vs Rufguts
  • Kid Mystique vs ?

Posted on May 11, 2011 by:
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New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling will be holding an exhibition show at the "Masterton Community Church" at the request of NZWPW affiliate "X-Rated".

"The youth are very important, and I wanted them to know that they can do anything if they just apply themselves," says X-Rated. "I made a call to WPW yesterday and 24hrs later we have a show". He exclaims: "Its not just a Wrestling show, its also a way to get our youth off the streets.

The Church attracts many members, which include children considered to be "high risk". The show will feature many WPW wrestlers and possibly a special appearance by X-Rated himself and will commence at 7.30pm this Friday.

Date: Friday 13th May 2011

Time: 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Venue: Masterton Community Church

The show is open to members of the congregation and the wider community.

Posted on May 6, 2011 by:
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Bringing Down The House (Sudden Impact)

There are rumours circulating in the locker room that wrestlers from Impact Pro-Wrestling are preparing to invade NZWPW's next House show at "He Toa sports" on Friday 20th May 2011.

"It is unusual that the IPW wrestlers would venture south to compete at what is considered to be an NZWPW only show" quotes the C.W.O of NZWPW (Rehua)

 "I think it may have something to do with the fact that there is a training camp that weekend, and that they want to add a little IPW flare to the proceedings" he exclaims,

"Therefore; if they want to show WPW what they plan on bringing, then they had better be prepared to have it shown back"  laughs Rehua.

New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling will release the names of whom will be making an appearance at the show and at the training camp later on in the week.

Stay tuned for more details..

Posted on April 22, 2011 by:
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Are you a fan of Professional Wrestling?

Have you always wanted to become a Professional Wrestler but never knew how?

Well look no further!

New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling is holding a training camp for people who have the desire to become Professional Wrestlers.

Participants will learn the basic fundamentals of Pro-Wrestling.

  • Terminology
  • Wrestling Holds & Techniques
  • Rolls and falls
  • Ring safety (In and out)
  • Gimmicks
  • Personna etc..

The training camp will run for three days (Friday - Sunday) there will also be a wrestling show on the first night of the camp so that participants can see what they will be learning.

The training camp is open to the public on Saturday the 21st from 1pm to 3pm. T raining camps don't happen often so get in quick.

Date: Friday 20th May - Sunday 22nd May 2011

Location: He Toa Sports Combat Zone - North Street, PETONE (Ava Railway Platform) LOWER HUTT

Cost: $100 (Price includes cost of training camp, accomodation and entry to the show)

Gear: All participants are required to bring:

  • Towels, appropriate shoes for training, water bottle, workout clothes.
  • Own blankets

All participants under 18 years of age must have written consent from a parent and/or guardian.

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011


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06-Dec-2011

NZWPW | New Zealand Wide Pro Wrestling Posts filed under Announcements

I (Martin Stirling) hereby issue a challenge to the chosen wrestlers from NZPWI's recent honours list of the "Top Ten Wrestlers" in New Zealand to participate in a tournament in Wellington to be hosted by NZWPW; during this tournament a new voting panel will be formed to create a new Top Ten Wrestlers honours list.


06-Dec-2011

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Travis has had plenty of opportunities to defeat Rufguts" Says the CWO Rehua "So if he can't get it done this weekend, then he's not getting another one. Shining Nick Silver is a veteran of New Zealand wrestling and was the first co-holder of the NZWPW Tag team titles with Silencer Jon Miracle back in 2007. The NZWPW giant will be battling it out in his home town of "Stokes Valley" this Friday against the British brute known as "Jacob Cross".


06-Dec-2011

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Corey Dallas has been nominated for Breakout Star of 2009 this is evident in his change from the nice boy he was in 2008, to the hard hitting man he became at Power Play 6, whilst JC Star picked up a nomination for Tag Team of the year after he and Travis Banks outlasted 3 teams to become New Zealand Tag Team Champions.


06-Dec-2011

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The main event at Over The Top this Friday will feature 20 wrestlers from NZWPW, IPW and SCW in an over the top rope rumble match, with the winner receiving a main event spot at Powerplay. NZWPW's own Ben Mana and Shining Nick Silver once again head to Surfers Paradise in Australia to take on the countries best Sumo wrestlers at this years 2011 Oceana Sumo Competitions. NZWPW wishes them the best of luck on their journey.