Pro Wrestling: EVE Announces Full Wrestle-Fever Card; iPPV Available For Special Advance Price Of £5.99

by on 25th October 2012

Pro Wrestling: EVE have announced that the full card for their Wrestle-Fever event on 10th November is all set, with the matches set to take place as follows:

Erin Angel taking on Fiona Fraser, Kirsty Love being pitted against Blue Nikita, Janey Britannico going against “Portugal’s Perfect Athlete” Shanna, and a 3-Way Tag Team match between the team of Ama-Reilly (“Amazon” Ayesha Ray & Rhia O’Reilly), The Owens Twins (Leah & Kasey), and a mystery team in a prelude to the 2013 EVE Tag Tournament.

More matches are April Davids and Gatoh Move‘s Kaori Yoneyama taking on upcoming TNA British Bootcamp stars The Blossom Twins (Hannah & Holly) in another prelude to the 2013 EVE Tag Tournament, former TNA Knockout Angelina Love being pitted against Carmel Jacob (who will be accompanied by Sara Marie Taylor), Kay Lee Ray going against Gatoh Move‘s Emi Sakura, and Nikki Storm facing Alpha Female for the Pro Wrestling: EVE Championship.

In addition to the full card, former TNA Knockout Shantelle “Taylor Wilde” Taylor will be making an appearance*, and the event is now available to order on Internet Pay-Per-View for the Special Advance price of £5.99 at EVEWrestleFever.com, with tickets to attend being available at EVEWrestling.com, doors opening at 6.30pm with a 7pm start time on 10th November, and the event being held at The Delphi Centre in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK.

* Update: Due to reasons beyond anyone’s control, unfortunately Taylor Wilde will not be appearing at Wrestle-Fever and has instead had to reschedule her appearance to 23rd February 2013.

 

You can find out more about Pro Wrestling: EVE and purchase tickets and merchandise on their official site at EVEWrestling.com, and also follow and interact with them on Twitter (at @ProWrestlingEVE), Facebook (at Facebook.com/evewrestling) and YouTube (at YouTube.com/user/ProWrestlingEVE).

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Discovering WCW Monday Nitro in the 1990s, he has been hooked on wrestling ever since, later going on to also discover WWF (now WWE), ECW and numerous independent promotions.

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