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PLGRM presents Melbourne City Wrestling

Is Clash of the Titans (featuring Evie, Marcus Kool, Slade Mercer, Toni Storm, and Travis Banks; available from MCW Encore) the only MCW event you’ve seen? Familiarise yourself with the Melbourne promotion in this short feature produced by Australian film collective PLGRM.


Shaw unsuccessful in second PWA appearance

James Shaw returns to New Zealand with a loss under his belt after wrestling for PWA in Sydney. Shaw was beaten by Mr Juicy at Saturday’s The Thin Red Line event. Mr. Juicy defeats New Zealand's James Shaw after a hugely entertaining match up #ThinRedLine — PWA Australia (@PWAaustralia) August...


Clash of the Titans featuring NZ talent available via VOD

New Zealanders can now see Evie, Marcus Kool, Slade Mercer, Toni Storm, and Travis Banks in action for MCW as Clash of the Titans is available via video on demand. The event, held in Melbourne earlier this month, featured three matches involving New Zealand talent. Marcus Kool and Slade Mercer...


Idol vs. Liger added to Rival Turf

The card for IPW Rival Turf continues to heat up with the addition of another feature bout. IPW has announced Johnny Idol will clash with Liger at this Saturday’s event. Idol and Liger have an issue with one another dating back to Liger’s post-match attack on Idol at New Heights...


It’s Huntin’ Season

Jay and Mark, the Briscoe Brothers, had some pointed words for the Young Bucks ahead of their tag team bout at Death Before Dishonor XII this past weekend.


Superstars: Emma betters Alicia Fox

Australia’s Emma got the better of Alicia Fox on Superstars, taking out the unstable Diva in one of the night’s featured contests. Emma proved to be somewhat unpredictable herself, employing a unique style to her advantage. Alicia Fox was sent spilling through the ropes when Emma executed a hurricanrana. The...


G5: SummerSlam, WWE Network, AAA, more

WWE’s biggest event of the American summer is behind us – what sort of legacy did this year’s SummerSlam leave behind? SummerSlam will back its bags and leave California in favour of New Jersey/New York next year, but where else would the Gimme Five team like to see given the...


Throwback Thursday: SummerSlam (2005)

Seeing as we are still basking in the SummerSlam twilight, this week’s Throwback Thursday takes us back to the 2005 edition of the annual summer spectacular. The event occurred during the midst of what has come to be known as the Ruthless Aggression Era and, as a result, has some...


Raw: Rollins stomps Ambrose’s head in

Seth Rollins fought Dean Ambrose in a chaotic Falls Count Anywhere Match which ended with Ambrose in need of serious medical attention on Raw. The fight left the ring early into the match—decided by WWE App users—with Rollins and Ambrose brawling up onto the stage. Rollins took early control of...

UNSTOPPABLE: Brock Lesnar dismantled John Cena with 16 German suplexes at SummerSlam to become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion. PHOTO: WWE

SummerSlam: Lesnar dominates Cena

Brock Lesnar has won the WWE World Heavyweight Championship after a vicious onslaught of 16 German suplexes and two F5s left John Cena incapacitated in the SummerSlam main event. Lesnar powered Cena up for an F5 seconds into the bout but the then-champ was able to kick out of Lesnar’s...