Strong Style Wrestling Presents Annihilation – A Fundraiser for MDA – All proceeds of the event will go to MDA.Order presale tickets now as they will be $5 cheaper than what you will pay at the gate.

Saturday, August 20 2016
7:00 PM — 10:00 PM

Century Center
120 S St Joseph St
South Bend, IN 46601

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Remix Pro Wrestling Presents
Throwdown for the Pound: 14 Ignition

Saturday, October 1 at 7 PM in EDT
Marietta Middle School
242 N 7th St, Marietta, Ohio 45750

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Match #9: Colt Cabana vs. Damien Sandow
The hype for this match was off the charts. Surprisingly Cabana was the heel for most of this match, as Sandow could really do no wrong. Both Cabana and Sandow did the “Mizdow” mirror-ing of each other’s movements, in fact that was the majority of the match. Cabana was still able to hit the “Flying Apple” and a double jump splash. Meanwhile, Sandow hit his Elbow of Disdain, and a roll-up out of nowhere for the winner.

Winner: Damien Sandow

Post-Match: Sandow got on the mic and asked Cabana not to leave. Sandow recounts their friendship, and then asks Colt to cartwheel with him. They did to the enjoyment of the audience. Sandow thanks everyone in the audience and admits that he might not be wrestling for too much longer so he wanted to thank everyone in attendance for supporting him.

More pictures will be uploaded when they become available.

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What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) will be running two huge live dates in July, and you can be there. Save £10 when you buy tickets to both nights. More details will be revealed over the coming weeks across both our YouTube channel and the official WCPW website:

VIP Tickets (£50) include:

– Seating in the first row guaranteed
– Meet & greet with an in-ring photo
– Bonus dark match
– Event programme
– WhatCulture t-shirt

General Admission (£20) covers entry to the show. A limited number of unreserved seats will be available on a first come, first served basis, with all other space standing only.

You will receive a physical ticket for this event. You must bring your physical ticket to the show.

TIME: TBC, approximately 7.30pm showtime. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.


You asked for it and we delivered…The Savior has arrived in WCPW!

Aaron Stevens, formely WWE’s Damien Sandow, will take take part in an exclusive and historic ONE NIGHT ONLY FAN Q&A along with WhatCulture Wrestling personalities on July 26th in London. Sandow was released from World Wrestling Entertainment just a month ago, and is one of the most sought-after professional wrestlers on the planet right now.

Make sure you don’t miss this opportunity to hear first hand stories about his career in the business so far, how he came up with the incredible impersonating Mizdow gimmick, the true story of his WWE exit, whether he has any regrets of his time there and what the future holds for him in a fan event that takes place the NIGHT before his much anticipated WCPW debut.

Taking place from Walkabout on the Thames in association with Hooked On Wrestling – the event will start at 7.30pm. Doors open 6.30.

VIP (£40) include:
First two rows seating guaranteed.
Meet and greet with WhatCulture Wrestling’s Adam Blampied & Adam Pacitti

General Admission (£22.50)

You will receive a physical ticket for this event. You must bring your physical ticket to the show. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

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Following his release last week Sandow opened up in his first interview with RollingStone.Com about his feelings on release, his “thank you tour” and what the future holds for him.

Take me through what happened last week, when you received the phone call from WWE.
First of all, I know a lot of people within the wrestling community were a little surprised. With me, I was more grateful for my time there. Looking back, I had a great four years there. The truth of it is, as a performer, the goal is to get the audience to feel something, to evoke some kind of emotion. In the WWE, from the second I debuted, there was an extreme feeling of dislike towards me. They really did not like me from the second I came on. Which was huge. A lot of guys spend years and years trying to get that kind of a reaction. They gave me the platform to do that character. Then, as time went on, especially with the Mizdow thing, the fans went from hating me to loving me. The crowd invested as me as a person. I never thought that I’d get that level of popularity as far as being cheered. As a performer, in that genre, the only thing we can ask for is fan response, especially genuine fan response. It’s the most satisfying thing. In reviewing my WWE career, which I did instantly when the call came, I was just grateful, and excited for the future.

After several months of dressing up as different people, you finally found a consistent role as Miz’s stunt double. What was your first thought when you were told about the idea?
Honestly, my first thought was, “Oh my god, I hope I don’t have to pay for all the clothes that he buys.” Luckily, we had the black coats, and that was the M.O. for a while [laughs]. No, really, I was wondering if this was going to be a one-time thing or if we were really going with this. After about two or three weeks, when they finally decided that we were going to be together, I really got to dig into it. From there, I remember we were on Raw, he fell down in the ring, and I had the notion, “Oh, what if I fell down.” I did it, and then boom, off to the races.

Could you see yourself returning to wrestling on a full-time basis, whether that’s in a company like TNA, ROH, Lucha Underground, or somewhere else?
When you say full-time, full-time in the WWE is very different than full-time elsewhere. I am not going to rule out anything. I don’t want to limit myself. It’s not like when I finish up my “Thank You Tour,” I’m going to be burning my boots. It is an aspect of performance, and if I can use whatever avenue to perform. If the fans want it, and they’re digging it, if it coincides with whatever project I decide to take, then I’m open to anything. It’s a very exciting time, and I’m not opposed to performing in a wrestling ring. You never know.
The full interview can be found here
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