Wrestling: Show a success ‘for all the family’

STRONG SHOW: Valkabious, Colossus Kennedy, Adam Bowler, Nathan Cruz and Ross 'The Gladiator' Pointon. Picture by Tony Knox.

STRONG SHOW: Valkabious, Colossus Kennedy, Adam Bowler, Nathan Cruz and Ross 'The Gladiator' Pointon. Picture by Tony Knox.

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LPW Wrestling’s latest show has been hailed a resounding success for all the family – with no babysitter required.

Priscilla was named the event’s inaugural champion after beating Simon Lancaster in last Saturday’s LPW Heavyweight Championship Tournament final match.

Other winners on the night were Danny Steel, Colossus Kennedy and new champion JD Boom – and the evening as a whole. Spectator Zoe David said: “It was a great family night out with no need for a babysitter. I’m definitely going to watch it again as the kids had a blast.”

Another spectator, Becca Jackson added: “It was a really good night. My boys loved every minute of it and I’ve never laughed so much in my life.”

Fan Mike Jackson was equally impressed and added: “Thanks to all the talent and organisers for the show which was great fun and entertainment. JD Boom is my new hero and I’m looking forward to the next show.”

LPW’s eagerly-awaited next show will be on Saturday, April 18.

RESULTS -

LPW Heavyweight Champopnship Tournament (Opening Round) Match:

Priscilla Vs. ‘The Dark Cloud’ Sebb Strife

Winner: Priscilla

LPW Heavyweight Champopnship Tournament (Opening Round) Match:

Michael Caden Vs. Simon Lancaster

Winner: Simon Lancaster

LPW Cruiserweight Champopnship Match:

Caz Crash (Champion) Vs. JD Boom

Winner: JD Boom (New Champion)

Rumble In The Bank Match:

Colossus Kennedy Vs. JD Nash Vs. MVK Vs. Nathan Cruz Vs. Spyder

Winner: Colossus Kennedy

Harehills Street Fight Match:

Danny Steel Vs. Matt Myers

Winner: Danny Steel

LPW Heavyweight Championship Tournament Final Match: (Inaugural Title)

Priscilla Vs. Simon Lancaster

Winner: Priscilla (Inaugural Champion)

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