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KPW Halloween Howl 3: H-Flame vs. Inferno
Written by David Dunn   
Oct 30, 2008 at 03:55 PM

081030_halloweenhowl3Things heat up this Friday, October 31, at Wellington High School, as Inferno challenges H-Flame for the KPW Heavyweight Championship!

H-Flame has defended the KPW Championship against any and all comers, even defeating Inferno in a championship match at Slamtime City last year. “This time it’s very different” said Inferno. “H-Flame hasn’t defended the title for a long time, and I don’t think he’s prepared for what I’m bringing”.

Inferno is correct about H-Flame’s lack of defences - the last title match in KPW having taken place over a year ago. “I’ve fought and defeated Jade Diamond in three matches. It’s given me a lot of experience facing a ‘powerhouse’ style wrestler” says Inferno. “I feel more confident than ever that I know how to take H-Flame down”.

One thing’s for sure: Neither man can afford to lose what is arguably the biggest match of the year. Will Inferno be able to back up his claims and take the title from H-Flame, or will the champ pull out all the stops and retain in a red-hot battle?

The KPW Heavyweight Championship match will be dedicated to the memory of NZ wrestling legend Al Hobman, who passed away earlier this year.

Max “The Axe” Damage dominated the Taranaki Bull Pen match at Afterblaster 2, earning the right to pick the match he would have at Halloween Howl 3. Having spent much of the year dealing with the Overstayers and various international challengers, Damage opted to take on the man behind it all, KPW’s General Manager, Terry the Golden Greek! Will “The Axe” cut Terry down to size with the Collateral Damage? Will the KPW GM be alone in this match, or will Terry the Golden Greek abuse his power and have someone to watch his back? Damage seemed to sum things up best in an interview with kiwiprowrestling.co.nz: “
The Axe dangles over your head Terry… and come Halloween Howl 3, it’s going to drop!”


It’s a first for KPW at Halloween Howl 3, as Team Pretty take on the Rock ‘n’ Roll connection in mixed tag team action. Jonnie Juice and Hollie, the self-proclaimed “Queen of the Divas”, are looking to prove once and for all they are KPW’s definitive power couple but will need to go through Miles D’Rock and Suzie Q first. Hollie appeared to have gained the advantage in her feud with Suzie Q, but will things be the same with D’Rock and Juice in the equation too? D’Rock (formerly known as Rogue Trooper) has decades of experience under his belt, so this will be no walk-in-the-park for the egotistical Jonnie Juice. Who will make history and walk away with the win?

“Standard Hero” Graham Hughes and Shane “The Technician” Whitehead are both relatively new names in KPW, looking to make their mark after dominant runs in other fields. Hughes comes to KPW from the United Kingdom’s FWA, where he wrestled alongside talent such as WWE’s Paul Burchill. Shane Whitehead has dominated the amateur wrestling scene in New Zealand, and made the successful move to professional level in front of his hometown at Afterblaster 2. Who will step up as KPW’s hottest future prospect in what is sure to be an epic battle between the two?

KPW Halloween Howl 3 takes place Friday, October 31, from 7.30pm (doors open 6.45pm) at Wellington High School. Tickets are available on the door ($25 for adults, $15 for children, $60 for a family pass) or at a discounted rate from the Powerhouse Gym on Taranaki Street and online. There will be prizes for the best-dressed fans, as decided by Lazarus Volt and Trinket. As always, the card is subject to change.

KPW Halloween Howl 3 Card:

  • KPW Heavyweight Championship
    H-Flame (c) vs. Inferno w/ Charlie Roberts
  • Max “The Axe” Damage vs. Terry the Golden Greek
  • Mixed Tag Team Match
    Team Pretty (Jonnie Juice & Hollie) vs. The Rock ‘n’ Roll Connection (Miles D’Rock & Suzie Q)
  • “Standard Hero” Graham Hughes w/ Lady Imogen Rose Baxter vs. Shane “The Technician” Whitehead
  • Kade Morgan vs. Chris Delorean
  • Jas “The Ace” Gray vs. “Powerhouse” Jade Diamond
  • Jimmy van der Roll vs. Whetu w/ Bobby Cool
  • “Ice Wolf” Christopher Simon vs. Lazarus Volt w/ Trinket
Saturday, April 19
- WWE Raw (10.15am, the BOX)

Sunday, April 20
- WWE Raw (3.45pm, the BOX)

- WWE Main Event (6.15pm, the BOX)

- WWE SmackDown (7.05pm, the BOX)

- WWE Main Event (11.50pm, the BOX)

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