Maniacs United: Sayers wins Jackson Shield

“That Young Warrior” Paul Sayers earned a new moniker this past weekend: Jackson Shield holder. Sayers defeated Blaze and Charlie Roberts for the title at Maniacs Strike Back in Auckland on Saturday night. The Jackson Shield is the first singles championship Sayers has held in his 10-year career. He becomes...

SPW On Demand launches on Pivotshare

Southern Pro Wrestling (SPW) is now available to fans outside of the South Island. The promotion has launched a subscription video on demand channel, powered by Pivotshare. The channel currently features all five SPW events, with more content to come. Videos can be rented and streamed, bought and downloaded, or...

Busy schedule begins for Maniacs United

Maniacs United launches into a busy schedule tonight, holding the first of three events in the next four weeks for the Auckland-based promotion. A triple threat for the Jackson Shield headlines tonight’s Maniacs Strike Back event at Henderson Valley School – a familiar location for Maniacs United fans. Blaze defends...

CM Punk: When Winners Lose

He never had a chance. Not in the fight, anyway. But that’s not the point, is it? That’s why he won. CM Punk trained constantly for two years. He fought through various injuries and setbacks but kept pushing himself. Even though there was no way to actually be ready. He’d...

CM Punk enters the Octagon at UFC 203

Former WWE Champion CM Punk makes his mixed martial arts (MMA) debut today. Punk fights 2-0 welterweight Mickey Gall in a featured bout on the pay-per-view card of UFC 203: Miocic vs. Overeem. It’s been a long road to the Octagon for the 37-year-old. Punk signed with the UFC in...

Henare debuts at NJPW Lion’s Gate Project

New Zealand’s Henare makes his in-ring debut with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) tonight. The 23-year-old, formerly known as Aaron Henry, will be part of the Lion’s Gate Project 3 event in Tokyo, Japan. Henare is now one of three Kiwis on the NJPW roster alongside Bad Luck Fale and Jay...

Eclipse back with warning for Blaze

After months in Japan with Pro Wrestling Noah, Kingston Eclipse is back in New Zealand. The Native One will take part in a Q and A session about his time abroad at Maniacs United Live Pro Wrestling tonight, August 27. Despite his time away from the country in the dojos...