IPW debuts to large crowds at Armageddon Expo

Impact Pro Wrestling made their much awaited debut at the Armageddon Expo today at the Aotea Centre. Putting on four shows consisting of 11 matches, IPW wowed the crowds and earned new fans as the stars put their bodies on the line. The final show of the day saw Jarvis...

Sweet Ass wins South Pacific title at Major Impact 2

It was a rough night for the New Zealand contingent of superstars at WCWA’s Major Impact 2, although Sweet Ass managed to walk away with the new South Pacific title. The Kiwi native defeated BJ Blade to win the title, although it was with a lot of help from referee...

The Reckoning to take placed on North Shore

WWA CEO Andrew McManus today confirmed to NZPWI that WWA The Reckoning, the pay-per-view event taking place on May 25, will be held at the North Shore Events Centre. The venue, which sees a host of international acts year round can now add WWA to its resume. Further details about...

Tommy Combat returns to New Zealand in time for IPW launch

Tommy Combat has returned to New Zealand from an intense training regime at HWA (Heartland Wrestling Alliance) USA. His return coincides with the launch of IPW, where Tommy will assist greatly in its inception, but more significantly help IPW create an impact within the New Zealand pro-wrestling scene.

WWA PPV deal not yet reached, SKY claims

Sky Television today confirmed to NZPWI that a pay-per-view deal which would see WWA The Reckoning aired live from Auckland on Sky Box Office has not yet been reached. SkyTV and WWA are still in negotiations regarding the event. A deal is expected to be reached in the coming days....

IPW to debut at Armageddon

Impact Pro Wrestling (IPW), a collective of former MPW talent, will debut with their first shows at this year’s Armageddon expo on April 12-14 at Auckland’s Aotea Centre. The collective parted ways with MPW last month after irreconcilable differences between the two parties, with MPW originally slated to perform at...

WWA confirms NZ tour

NZPWI today confirmed with the WWA talent co-ordinator that the Auckland show will indeed take place on May 25. More details of the show will be released in two weeks, and NZPWI will bring you all the details and full coverage of the event when more information comes to hand.