Brackets Revealed for EVE Queen Of The Ring Tournament

by Firefly on 16th February 2012

Pro Wrestling: EVE have now revealed what the First Round brackets are for the “Queen Of The Ring” tournament announced last week to take place on their upcoming iPPV No Man’s Land: Sjödin vs. Alpha. As mentioned before, it will be used to determine the next person to challenge for the Pro Wrestling: EVE Championship.

The line-up is as follows: Nikki Storm to take on Hannah Blossom, Holly Blossom to be pitted against Sara-Marie Taylor, April Davids to go against Rhia O’Reilly, and Carmel Jacobs to face Kay Lee Ray.

Pro Wrestling: EVE No Man’s Land: Sjödin vs. Alpha will be held this Saturday (18th February) at The Delphi Club in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK, with doors opening at 6.30pm and the show starting at 7pm. Tickets to attend are still available at, but for those unable to attend in person and unlucky enough not to have won our competition to win a free viewing, the iPPV can also be purchased at for £9.95 (approximately $15, exchange rates may vary).

The iPPV will be broadcast live at on Saturday 18th February at 7pm GMT (UK) / 8pm CET (Europe) / 2pm ET (USA) / 1pm CT (USA) / 11am PST (USA) / 4am JST Sunday 19th February (Japan), with replays being available for 72 hours.

As well as the matches of the live card, an iPPV viewing also includes the bonus matches of Britani Knight (who is now known as “Paige” in WWE‘s Developmental promotion Florida Championship Wrestling) taking on Jenny Sjödin for the Pro Wrestling: EVE Championship from June 2011, and the Ice Ribbon Tag Team match between the team of Hikari Minami & Emi Sakura and the team of Tsukasa Fujimoto & Hikaru Shida from October 2011.


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

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, IMPACT Wrestling (Formerly known as TNA) and now the very captivating challenger known as AEW.

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