Pro Wrestling: EVE – Special Edition II: War Games

by Firefly on 21st February 2013

In their second event of the month (the first being No Man’s Land 2 on the 2nd February), this Saturday (23rd February) Pro Wrestling: EVE presents their Special Edition II: WAR GAMES event at The Delphi Centre in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK, with doors opening at 6.30pm for a 7pm bell time (EDIT: Now postponed, see the update below for details).

The matches set to take place are as follows:

  • Team Storm (comprised of Pro Wrestling: EVE Champion Nikki Storm, “Portugal’s Perfect Athlete” Shanna, and “Ama-Reilly” “Amazon” Ayesha Ray & Rhia O’Reilly) taking on Team Alpha (comprised of Alpha Female, April Davids, and “She-X” Bette Noire and Viper) inside a steel cage in The War Games match.
  • Pro Wrestling: EVE Champion Nikki Storm being pitted against April Davids in a match where the winner’s team gets the team advantage in The War Games.
  • Alpha Female going against “Portugal’s Perfect Athlete” Shanna in a match where the winner chooses the first two participants in The War Games.
  • “The Blue Haze Assassin’s” Blue Nikita and Raquel Arijon taking on Erin Angel and Kay Lee Ray in the last Quarter Final match of the EVE Tag Team Championship Tournament.

In what is a first for EVE, the event will also see men competing as the following matches are also set to take place:

  • El Ligero being pitted against Mark Coffey.
  • Blok Busta going against Mad Man Manson.

Update: Due to a family emergency, the show has unfortunately had to be postponed, with a rescheduled date to be confirmed next week. For details, see this post at Ringbelles. We too also wish Dann & Emily Read the best, as it is of course understandable that family must come first.


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About the Author: Firefly

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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), and even later numerous independent promotions, TNA and now the very captivating challenger known as AEW.

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