Pro Wrestling: EVE – Special Edition DVD Taping, News On Pro Wrestling: EVE’s Second iPPV

by Firefly on 27th June 2012

Pro Wrestling: EVE have announced that their next event will be Special Edition on the 14th July at The Delphi Centre in Sudbury, Suffolk, UK, with current TNA Knockout Katarina “Winter” Waters (also formerly known as Katie Lea in the WWE), twins against twins, and special guest matches from three top European men’s promotions all set to feature.

Unfortunately due to their iPPV provider having a scheduling conflict and then EVE being unable to arrange alternative dates and venue for an iPPV to still be possible, it will be a taped event.

Matches currently scheduled to take place are as follows: Kirsty Love taking on Rhia O’Reilly, with the stipulation of the match being that if O’Reilly loses, she will be removed from the EVE roster until she has won three matches across EVE‘s affiliated promotions, Blue Nikita returning to be pitted against Jenny Sjödin, a first-time ever in female professional wrestling as The Blossom Twins (Hannah & Holly) go against the débuting Owens Twins (Kacey & Leah).

Also set to take place is Alpha Female facing Ayesha Ray (formerly known in EVE as Amazon) for the Pro Wrestling: EVE Championship, and Nikki Storm has issued a challenge to current TNA Knockout Katarina “Winter” Waters (see the video below).

Pro Wrestling: EVE does still intend to be on live iPPV once again however, as their next event after Special Edition is set to take place on the 10th November, and they are looking for a broadcast partner and sponsor for it, in the same way Diva Dirt did with their first iPPV in February (click here for details).

[Via @ProWrestlingEVE / Pro Wrestling: EVE’s Facebook Page / Pro Wrestling: EVE’s Special Edition Facebook Event Page / Diva Dirt]


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

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