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Everyone at Pro-Wrestling:EVE would like to congratulate 'The Lancashire Terrier' April Davids on winning the under 55kg Kickboxing WON Open Nationals last weekend!

You can check out Pro-Wrestling:EVE's 'Professional Face Breaker' April Davids competition winning performance in the final fight of the Kickboxing WON Open Nationals by clicking the link below:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMzXBH0zJv0

You can follow April on twitter @AprilDavidsLT and Pro-Wrestling:EVE @ProWrestlingEVE


(pssst...if you're wondering why the ref keeps talking to April, turns out to the surprise of nobody that has seen her compete in EVE rings that she was a little too heavy with the contact for their liking...Oops!! :-p )

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Re: Pro-Wrestling:EVE - European All Female Wrestling Events
« Reply #26 on: April 11, 2011, 06:14:46 AM »


Pro-Wrestling:EVE. Ice Ribbon. Shawn Michaels. Vader. 1PW.
It's The Biggest & Most Versatile Weekend In European Wrestling History!


Pro-Wrestling:EVE is going up North for the first time and we're going to make it VERY special!

The Joshi Puroresu stars of Japanese women's wrestling promotion Ice Ribbon are coming to the Doncaster Dome in England for 2 days for cross promotional battles!

While neither EVE nor Ice Ribbon have decided who will represent them on this weekend of inter-promotional contests you can rest assure that both promotions will be wanting to come out the victors and will be sending those who they feel are the best to do so.

The events will take place in the afternoons of October 8 and 9 at The Doncaster Dome. Doors open at 2pm and the shows begin at 2.15pm. This applies to both days.

But that's not all that will be going on at the Doncaster Dome on the weekend of October 8 and 9. Former WWE World Heavyweight Champion 'The Heartbreak Kid' Shawn Michaels will be at The Dome on the mornings prior to both EVE events. Shawn Michaels will be taking pictures and signing autographs in special fan conventions!

And that's STILL not all! 1PW - the most high profile male professional wrestling promotion in Europe will be holding events in the evening of both days and already announced for the shows is former WCW and IWGP World Heavyweight Champion Vader!

Tickets for both the Shawn Michaels Fan Convention and 1PW show are available from www.oneprowrestling.com

So there you have it. Arguably the most versatile days of Professional Wrestling to perhaps ever take place in Europe. Fan conventions with 'The Greatest Superstar Of All Time' former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Shawn Michaels, full shows from 1PW featuring the best male wrestlers in Europe and some of the biggest names in professional wrestling history including former WCW Champion Vader; + for the first time ever Joshi Puroresu comes to the UK as the female wrestlers of Japanese female wrestling promotion Ice Ribbon collide with the European Professionals of Pro-Wrestling:EVE in TWO inter-promotional events!

Tickets for the EVE vs Ice Ribbon events are available now at the Events section of www.EVEwrestling.com

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Results from the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament Weekend!

Pro-Wrestling:EVE at Project Nightclub in Norwich, Norfolk on Friday April 8

Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament First Round:

Nikki Storm def. Saraya Knight, Amazon & Rhia O'Reilly.
Saraya was about to put Nikki Storm away with the powerbomb when Jenny Sjodin, April Davids and Shanna attacked Amazon and Rhia on the outside, referee Chris Roberts was trying to bring order to the chaos outside the ring when Blue Nikita came out and struck Saraya with a kendo stick allowing Nikki Storm to fall on top for the pinfall win.

Erin Angel def. Sara-Marie Taylor, Super Janey B and Pollyanna when Erin pinned Pollyanna with a missile dropkick.

Shanna def. Liberty, April Davids & Destiny when Shanna pinned Liberty with a top rope cross body.

Alpha Female def. Em Jay, Kay Lee Ray and Carmel Jacob after pinning Em Jay with the Omega Slam.

Jenny Sjodin def. Britani Knight, Melodi & Blue Nikita after Britani Knight tapped out to the cross arm breaker. Saraya Knight attempted to jump Blue Nikita at the start of the match in retaliation to . Security held Saraya back, Blue Nikita then dived into the security trying to hold Saraya back and more security was then needed to hold the pair apart.

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Quarter-Final
Nikki Storm def. Erin Angel with a Perfect Storm.

Quarter Final
Alpha Female def. Shanna with a tilt-a-whirl Power-Slam

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Non-Tournament:
Saraya Knight def. Blue Nikita in a Last Woman Standing match

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Britani Knight won the Last Chance Battle Royal featuring those who failed to qualify in the first round lastly eliminating Destiny & the Glamour Gym.

Quarter Final:
Britani Knight def. Jenny Sjodin with a Knight Light to advance to the semi-finals


Pro-Wrestling:EVE at The Delphi Centre in Sudbury, Suffolk on Saturday April 9

Trios Match:
The European Empire (Jenny Sjodin, April Davids & Shanna) def. Erin Angel, Blue Nikita & Rhia O'Reilly when Angel tapped out to Davids ankle lock

Super Janey B def Pollyanna with a super-cross

Destiny def Saraya Knight after a big splash

The Glamour Gym def Liberty & Kay Lee Ray. Sara pinned Liberty following the Make Over (hooking DDT) while Carmel pinned Kay Lee Ray after The Embellishment (Top Rope DDT)

Semi-Final:
Britani Knight def Jetta

Semi-Final:
Nikki Storm def Alpha Female following interference from April Davids, Jenny Sjodin, Shanna & The Glamour Gym

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Tornado Rules: Jenny Sjodin & April Davids def Destiny & Amazon

Shanna def Saraya Knight with a top rope cross body

Erin Angel def Blue Nikita after hitting a top rope moonsault

Rhia O'Reilly def Em Jay with a crucifix hold

Alpha Female & Super Janey B def The Glamour Gym

Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament Final
Britani Knight def Nikki Storm with a second rope Knight Light



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Britani is adorable and the new belt is swank.

So..things are going to be awesome-er, soon? You intend to bankrupt me, good sir.

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Britani is adorable and the new belt is swank.

Ha, a guy that posts on another forum I post on in their wrestling sub-forum is the one who actually designed that belt as well as does all or most of EVE's graphic designs.  Really cool guy and talented as hell.  Finding that out, the Ice Ribbon stuff and hearing all the positive words about the Knights in Shimmer is really tempting me to start picking up their shows once I have some extra disposable income.

And yeah, that's a really nice belt.

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Britani Knight vs Tsukasa Fujimoto...BOOK IT!   *fu
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Britani is adorable and the new belt is swank.

So..things are going to be awesome-er, soon? You intend to bankrupt me, good sir.

Don't worry, the wrestling business is attempting to bankrupt me too!

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Britani is adorable and the new belt is swank.

So..things are going to be awesome-er, soon? You intend to bankrupt me, good sir.

Don't worry, the wrestling business is attempting to bankrupt me too!

and fake phone calls to radio stations aren't helping.  WTF was up with that shit?  Seriously...  *pod
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Britani is adorable and the new belt is swank.

So..things are going to be awesome-er, soon? You intend to bankrupt me, good sir.

Don't worry, the wrestling business is attempting to bankrupt me too!

and fake phone calls to radio stations aren't helping.  WTF was up with that shit?  Seriously...  *pod

Tell me about it. Someone really didn't want our shows to go ahead.

In other news, we just received this....




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I'm really happy for you guys!

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Man, no way would Makoto, Emi, Fujimoto and Ray not get over.  Chii too, probably.

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Chii being 4'9" might prevent her being viewed credibly in a one-off show like this.  I mean, we all know she's a tiny murderer juvenile deliquent, but it took time for her to build that up.  IN a one-off show, you'd need to be able to pose a threat based just on first sight coming through the curtain.  I love the little yankii, but from a promotion point of view, Chii's just too tiny.  If Lin's not got a SMASH booking close to the the show date, Ray might go with them (Spoiler alert, they're the same person) but I honestly think it's going to be Emi, Makoto, Shida and Fujimoto.
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Makoto and Chii are full-time wrestlers, but the "Muscle Venus" (Fujimoto, Shida and Matsumoto) have also their own media careers, so it can happen that one or some of them must stay in Japan.
And I think it would be also likely that Emi doesn't come, like the Nagoya event this year. Basically she's pushing the young talents instead of herself.
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Chii being 4'9" might prevent her being viewed credibly in a one-off show like this.  I mean, we all know she's a tiny murderer juvenile deliquent, but it took time for her to build that up.  IN a one-off show, you'd need to be able to pose a threat based just on first sight coming through the curtain.  I love the little yankii, but from a promotion point of view, Chii's just too tiny.  If Lin's not got a SMASH booking close to the the show date, Ray might go with them (Spoiler alert, they're the same person) but I honestly think it's going to be Emi, Makoto, Shida and Fujimoto.

There's no such thing as "too tiny to be taken seriously" with the way Chii wrestles. She's got energy. Personally, I find her annoying but her gimmick isn't about being the best or being intimidating or being someone who can fuck you up so it reflects her size. She'll never be an ace and she's doesn't wrestle that way. If people took Natsuki seriously by way of her emphasizing her speed and agility, they'll take a spaz ball like Chii seriously as a spaz ball.

She's not "too tiny". Her gimmick is not "super destroyer" she'll be fine.

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I was only speaking from the point of view of a promoter for a one-off show when you know that 80% of your audience will have never seen the girls before.  And you've not seen any of her recent IR stuff with the yankii jacket and badass attitude, have you?
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Nope.
I don't see what the problem will be in regards to her being "taken seriously". They know Japanese girls are going to be showing up and most of them will be tiny child-like waifs and one of them will be 4'9". *haha

Again, even if her style has changed somewhat I bet she still carries it well enough to be taken seriously for what she is. She carries herself very well, even when she was annoying.

That assumption, however true it may be, just makes me sad. She's too talented and I don't really understand what the criteria for "seriously" is.  *gloom
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I agree with you that the assumption ain't right....trust me, I've heard more than one promoter tell me that I was too small to get a push when all his other cruisers didn't want to work with me because I was stiff, if I hadn't been put in so many David vs. Goliath undercard matches I wouldn't have gotten into the habit of being stiff so it would be credible, but that's neither here nor there.  Because Chii isn't a Baby A super high flyer, her size is going to be an issue in a one-off show situation like this in front of a crowd that's never seen nor even heard of Ice Ribbon before this.
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I understand that. I'm very small too. I just think that if she does her new thing she should be okay "for what she is" and it really depends on how she's booked, if it's just a one-off it shouldn't cause any complications.


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On twitter we just asked the question 'who do YOU think should represent Pro-Wrestling:EVE in the EVE vs Ice Ribbon series on Oct 8 and 9 in Doncaster' and the response was hugely on the side of Nikki Storm being the first person selected. Now we're putting the question out there to everyone else. So which members of our roster do YOU think should represent Pro-Wrestling:EVE in the EVE vs Ice Ribbon series on Oct 8 and 9 in Doncaster?

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This past weekend saw Pro-Wrestling:EVE reach it's first anniversary and to celebrate we have TWO announcements!

Firstly to celebrate our 1 Year Anniversary for a limited time only we're releasing this match for free view on YouTube featuring one of the biggest stars to emerge from Pro-Wrestling:EVE in the form of Alpha Female facing the biggest challenge of her career in the EVE singles début of multiple promotion women's champion Destiny!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH!

The second announcement:

Courtesy of www.XWAwrestling.com

Thanks to a brand new partnership between XWA Wrestling and Europe's only all-female wrestling promotion Pro-Wrestling:EVE, a women's title match between the two best female wrestlers currently competing on the continent has been added to XWA War on the Shore VII on Saturday June 4.

This match at The Carleton in Morecambe will be for the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship, and will have a true international flavour as it pits the champion Britani Knight from Norwich, England against the number one contender Jenny Sjodin from Sundsvall, Sweden.

At just 18 years of age, Britani Knight (pictured below with the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Title) is one of the hottest female prospects to ever come out of the United Kingdom. It was recently reported in the Wrestling Observer newsletter that Britani had a WWE try out last month and therefore is a potential future superstar on both sides of the Atlantic. As a member of the Knight wrestling dynasty; the daughter of Rowdy Ricky Knight and the Sweet Saraya, and sister of The Zebra Kid and Zak Zodiac, Britani certainly has wrestling in her blood. And by competing for the XWA, thus following in the footsteps of all four of her family members, she will become the fifth member of the Knight family to ever appear on a Greg Lambert-promoted event in Morecambe.



But she will face a tough challenge in Jenny Sjodin (pictured below), who has competed for XWA once before in 2010. Sjodin, 25, has a phenomenal fighting pedigree in Mixed Martial Arts and amateur mat wrestling, having won a gold medal in Ground Grappling and competed in the Grapplers' Quest tournament in New Jersey, USA, recognised by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). She is one of the most dangerous competitors in Pro-Wrestling:EVE and is feared for her lethal cross armbreaker submission.



Miss Knight and Miss Sjodin know each other extremely well, having shared victories against each other in the recent Pro-Wrestling:EVE two-day tournament which saw Britani crowned champion on April 9 2011 in Sudbury, Suffolk.

The partnership between XWA Wrestling and Pro-Wrestling:EVE has come about due to the close friendship between XWA's new co-owner Sam Slam and Pro-Wrestling:EVE promoter Dann Read. It is expected that XWA will recognise the winner of this match as its own women's champion.

Dann Read said: "I am delighted that Pro-Wrestling:EVE has joined with XWA Wrestling to bring the biggest, best and most important matchup in European women's wrestling today to the great fans of Morecambe.

"Both girls have one win against the other, Jenny having made Britani tap out, then Britani pinned Jenny in a rematch. Britani has skills and heart beyond her years, having won the title tournament after competing in five matches over two days, and while suffering with glandular fever. But she will be healthy for this title match and will need to be. Jenny is one of the biggest threats Britani could ever encounter, a submission specialist who is well-versed in many different styles of wrestling.
"This partnership with XWA comes at a very important time for Pro-Wrestling:EVE as we prepare to welcome the wrestlers from Ice Ribbon to the UK in October, the first time a Japanese women's wrestling (Joshi) promotion will ever have visited Great Britain.

"I hope Britani Knight v Jenny Sjodin will be the first of many Pro-Wrestling:EVE matches on XWA Wrestling shows in the future."

This prestigious and historic title match has been added to an already mouthwatering card for XWA War on the Shore VII at The Carleton in Morecambe on Saturday, June 4 2011. The card will be headlined by The Royal Battle which sees David Deville, the professional wrestler who by day works as a footman for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, put the FWA World and XWA British Heavyweight Titles on the line against number one contender 'The Heavyweight House of Pain' Stixx. For ticket details see www.xwawrestling.com or call 08444 771000.

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One Championship Defence Down, Second Championship Defence Approaches

Pro-Wrestling:EVE Champion Britani Knight defended her title for the first time this past Sunday at Project Nightclub, Norwich at the WAW May Mayhem event against the 17 year old wrestling prodigy Liberty. The two had a great back and forth encounter that in the end was won by the defending champion after catching a crossbody block and turning it into the Knight-Light (package DDT/fisherman buster) for the victory. The match was recorded and will be featured on a future Pro-Wrestling:EVE DVD.

Britani Knight is now preparing for her second Championship defence which will be taking place next Saturday (June 4) at The Carleton in Morecambe, Lancashire where the 18 year old will defend against 'The Female Fight Machine' Jenny Sjodin.



The pair each hold one win over another stemming from the first leg of the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament.

The Championship Tournament was laid out with six first round matches - one of which was a Last Chance Battle Royal whereby all the losers of the first round matches would get one last chance to make it to the Quarter-Finals. Britani Knight and Jenny Sjodin found themselves on opposite sides of the ring in a first round match and it was Sjodin who took the victory making Britani Knight tap out to her primary finishing hold - the cross arm breaker. By virtue of the win Jenny Sjodin advanced to the Quarter-Finales where as Britani Knight would now need to win the Last Chance Battle Royal in order to get back into the Championship Tournament.

Britani did just that. Lastly eliminating heavyweight Destiny along with both Carmel & SMT of The Glamour Gym Britani won the Last Chance Battle Royal and earned a place back in the Quarter-Finals of the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament. However her Quarter-Final match would take place immediately and would be against the very same EVE Professional who submitted her earlier in the evening 'The Female Fight Machine' Jenny Sjodin.

This time the match had a different ending. Despite constant and vicious attacks to the arm of Britani Knight the 18 year old was able to hoist the 25 year old Sweden native up and drop her head first with the most brutal looking version of the Knight Light we've ever seen and keeping the Grappling Gold Medallist down for the 3 count.  Britani Knight had avenged her earlier defeat to Jenny Sjodin and earned a place in the Semi-Finals of the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament.

Despite having to compete in 3 matches as oppose to two in order to get to the Semi-Finals and despite seriously suffering from glandular fever the 18 year old Britani Knight would go on to win the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Tournament and become the first EVE Champion.

With Jenny Sjodin and Britani Knight tied after the weekend at 1 win each EVE Management decided that made Sjodin the number 1 contender to the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship and a 3rd and deciding match between the two should take place.

The match was agreed and made for Saturday June 4 at The Carleton in Morecambe as part of the XWA 'War On The Shore 7' event following the announcement of a working relationship between XWA and Pro-Wrestling:EVE.

Shortly after defending her EVE Championship for the first time against Liberty last weekend Britani Knight posted on her twitter account

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"Hard weekend of wrestling. Thank you to everyone involved :) retained my EVE title. Bring on @JennySjdin !!"

The simple comments of 'Bring On Jenny Sjodin' seemed to anger the 25 year old Grappling Gold Medallist as soon a 'Twitter War' between the duo erupted.

Jenny replied (@JennySjdin):
"I see @BritaniKnight is confident. She should know by now I'm a sportsman & intentionally didn't break her arm. Next time I wont be as nice."

A retaliating Britani Knight tweeted:
"@jennysjdin ok sports man. Bring it on!"

When Britani Knight later tweeted "Weekend off. Bam!" it led to Sjodin responding and the pair going back and forth as shown below:

Jenny Sjodin:
"@BritaniKnight you sure that's intelligent? I'm wrestling all weekend & my IQ scores over 130. Be sensible."

Britani Knight:
"@JennySjdin what's any of that got to do with our match? Lol"

Jenny Sjodin:
"@BritaniKnight just saying rest isn't a good way to success. I doubt you'll be "lol" after next weekend, to express myself in your terms."

Britani Knight:
"@JennySjdin I think it's a smart move since it's my only weekend off in a good few months. You might be like that one day Sjodin ;)"

Britani continued..
"@jennysjdin at least I'll have some energy with this weekend of rest. I probably won't need much of it with you though."


It seemed the war of words was won by Britani Knight as at this point Jenny stopped responding to the EVE Champion. The only thing we then heard from the Brazilian jiu-jitsu specialist was perhaps a message to the current reigning Champion with the following tweet:
"I've missed MMA. Today's class included kicking people in the head..."

This match has passed the levels of simple professionalism and now has more personal emotions attached to it as mind games are played by both champion and challenger all because it is for the most prestigious prize in European female professional wrestling the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship.

Make sure you're at The Carleton in Morecambe on Saturday June 4 for the Pro-Wrestling:EVE Championship Grudge Match between the defending champion Britani Knight and challenger Jenny Sjodin at XWA War On The Shore 7.

Tickets are available now at www.XWAwrestling.com

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To read about the NEW Pro-Wrestling:EVE Champion and how it went down head to www.EVEwrestling.com

Secondly...

Check out this fab fan made action music video courtesy of Zackitty Haley highlighting the upcoming Pro-Wrestling:EVE vs Ice Ribbon series taking place in Doncaster, UK on Oct 8 and 9. This video includes NEVER BEFORE SEEN FOOTAGE from this past April's EVE Tapings! Give it a watch, a like and don't forget to subscribe to their youtube channel!

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ELPS' vid is getting shilled everywhere he hangs out!  Was unaware that you gave him some unseen footage to use in that video....that's friggin' sweet!

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Its getting shilled everywhere he doesn't hang out too! Trust me - I've been on a shilling rampage with that thing. My poor facebook timeline is going to go be insane with all the groups I've had to join :-(

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Ice Ribbon have a quick word for UK wrestling fans ahead of EVE vs Ice Ribbon in Doncaster on October 8 & 9!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dpJNtmOatYs