Published by Noah Walraven, NoShow Wrestling Podcast
Currently, we just finished up week 1 of Warrior Wrestling’s 3 week “Stadium Series.” Week 1 provided some very fun match-ups such as Tessa Blanchard vs. Kylie Rae, Alex Shelley vs. TJP, Joey Janela vs Warhorse, Brian Cage vs Benjamin Carter, “Filthy” Tom Lawlor vs. Kevin Ku, The Rascalz vs Chris Bey, Jordan Oliver, and Myron Reed, and more!
The show was absolutely loaded with talent from start to finish. The absolute best part of any Warrior Wrestling show is that the show is basically a giant buffet to wrestling fans, as it offers everything from hard-hitting, to high flying, to technical wrestling, and more! There is a little bit of everything in there for those who have different tastes in wrestling.
The night kicked off with Daga facing Isaias Velazques (ironically as their significant others faced off with each other in the main event of the show). The night continued with some amazing matches such as Janela vs. Warhorse, ending in Warhorse scoring the victory to move on to week 2 of the Stadium Series to face Brian Pillman Jr. for the Warrior Wrestling championship.
Elayna Black vs Dan the Dad gave the fans a little comedic relief as both gimmicks played out perfectly throughout the match, ending in Elayna Black picking up the victory. This show also saw Thunder Rosa def. Kimber Lee, Alex Shelley def. TJP, Brian Cage def. Benjamin Carter (in a fantastic match), Tom Lawlor def. Kevin Ku, The Rascalz def. Bey, Oliver, and Reed, and in the main event, Kylie Rae def. Tessa Blanchard to become the NEW Women’s Warrior Wrestling champion.
During the show, it was announced that since The Rascalz have been on a winning streak at Warrior Wrestling, they will now face each other in a triple threat match during week 2 of the Stadium Series to determine the #1 contender for a Warrior Wrestling championship match at week 3 of the Stadium Series.
As of right now, week 2 of Warrior Wrestling’s Stadium Series will see Brian Pillman Jr. defend his Warrior Wrestling championship against Warhorse, Jonathan Gresham vs. Alex Shelley, Madman Fulton and Ace Austin vs Violence is Forever, Lee Moriarty vs Tre Lamar, Sam Adonis vs Jake Something, Luchasaurus & Tay Conti vs Chris Bey and Ray Lyn, Kimber Lee vs Jordynne Grace, and Trey Miguel vs Dezmond Xavier vs Zachary Wentz in a #1 contender’s match for the Warrior Wrestling championship.
You can be there LIVE Saturday, September 19th with bell time at 7:00 pm central time, or you can watch it LIVE from home on FITE TV. You do NOT want to miss this event.
Warrior Wrestling Champion Spotlight
Brian Pillman Jr. winning the Warrior Wrestling championship after a grueling War of Attrition match. Brian Cage had to relinquish to the title due to an injury, Brian Pillman Jr. had entered as Brian Cage’s replacement in the match. Pillman Jr. had lost a Chicago street fight against Bully Ray previously in the show already. The final two in the War of Attrition match came down to Sam Adonis vs Brian Pillman Jr. where Pillman Jr. walked out of Warrior Wrestling 8 as the champion.