Category: 2011-2015

Diamond and Whetu become first PPW tag champs

Jade Diamond and Whetu have become the first-ever Pacific Pro Wrestling (PPW) tag team champions. The New Zealanders bested Mason Childs and Skinny D last Saturday, September 21, in Bundamba, Queensland, to win the vacant titles. “The way Diamond and Whetu have dominated their opponents, it was only a matter...

Bullet Club win six-man tag in Tokyo

Bad Luck Fale’s Bullet Club picked up another win in New Japan Pro-Wrestling this past Saturday. Fale, “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson and Prince Devitt took on Captain New Japan, Tomoaki Honma and Tougi Makabe in six-man action at the Road to Destruction event in Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall. Fale won the...

Bad Luck Fale victorious in Tokyo

Bad Luck Fale continued his winning ways with a victory alongside IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Prince Devitt this past Thursday. Just days after defeating Kingi at IPW Live, Fale returned to Tokyo to take on Captain New Japan and Togi Makabe in tag team action at the prestigious Korakuen Hall....

Bad Luck Fale in iPPV action tonight

Fresh off a victory against Kingi at IPW Live, Bad Luck Fale returns to Japan and is in action tonight on iPPV. Fale will team with Prince Devitt, the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion, to take on Captain New Japan and Togi Makabe. Captain New Japan and Makabe were part of...

Evie featured on Maori TV’s CODE tonight

Former IPW Women’s Champion Evie will be a guest on the panel for Maori Television’s CODE, tonight from 8.30pm. Evie will join hosts Jenny May Coffin and Glen Osborne to discuss her career and this Saturday’s show, Steve Wrigley Presents Impact Pro Wrestling Live! Fans are invited to submit questions...

Travis Banks makes iPPV debut

Travis Banks continued his American odyssey by making his internet pay-per-view debut this past weekend. Banks wrestled for Destination One Wrestling (D1W) in Charlestown, Indiana on August 23. He becomes the third New Zealander, behind Evie and King Fale, to appear on iPPV. Despite a potential audience of anyone with...

Evie unifies PWWA Championships

Evie returns to New Zealand as the undisputed PWWA Champion after defeating Madison Eagles in Parramatta, Australia this past weekend. The 25-year-old pinned Eagles following a double-stomp from the top rope. “Woke up, and I feel like I walked under a bus, then got hit by a train,” Evie tweeted...

Evie to Eagles: ‘Don’t underestimate me’

Evie has three words for PWWA Champion Madison Eagles ahead of their title unification bout tomorrow night: “Don’t underestimate me”. Both women will meet for the first time to unify Madison’s PWWA Championship and Evie’s Interim PWWA Championship at Champions United in Paramatta. “I think I will be the underdog...

Bad Luck Fale continues Japanese success

Bad Luck Fale continued his success in Japan with a win inside Tokyo’s Korakuen Hall on Friday night. Fale and partner “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson defeated the team of IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada and YOSHI-HASHI at New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s Kizuna Road iPPV event. It took Fale less than 10...

Evie retains PWWA Championship in Australia

Evie remains PWWA Interim Champion after Big Trouble in Little Campbelltown this past Friday. The IPW star retained her title after hitting Kellie Skater with the TTYL in a triple threat match also featuring Jessie McKay. Evie will now face Madison Eagles to unify the PWWA titles at Champions United...