Results: 2001

(31.03.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Oakengates Theatre in Telford, England, UK
◦The Kung Fu Kid defeats Kassius
◦Andy Gibson defeats Dean Jordan
◦The Kung Fu Kid defeats Andy Gibson
◦Andre Baker & Jim Neidhart defeat Johnny Moss & Sinn
◦Jon Ritchie defeats Leroy Kincaide
◦Strap: Danny Garnell defeats Paul Vault
◦Battle Royal: Winner: Paul Vault



(28.07.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone, England, UK
◦20 Minute Iron Man: The Kung Fu Kid defeats Jon Ritchie (20:00)
◦Tag Team Tables: Luke LeGrande & Tank defeat Dave McMillan & Tony McMillan
◦Five Man Gauntlet: Gary Steele defeats JP Monroe and Mike Mendoza and Mr. Intelligence and The Highway Man



(27.10.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Leisure Centre in Andover, England, UK
◦Muscles Mansfield defeats Kurupt
◦Jon Ritchie defeats Paul Vault
◦Segun Carter defeats Hugh Mungus by DQ
◦Kassius defeats Mike Mendoza
◦Muscles Mansfield defeats Jon Ritchie
◦Kassius defeats Muscles Mansfield
◦Johnny Moss & Luke LeGrande defeat Julio Torres & Steve Walloski
◦Gary Steele defeats Steve Corino

The Wrestling Alliance

Colston Hall, Bristol

Friday July 19th 2002

“The Highlander” Drew McDonald beat Justin Starr

Roy Bevis beat Hade Vanson

Adam Angel beat Baxter Burridge

Largest ever Rumble in the UK – 24 man rumble won by Justin Starr

6 man Tag match
Johnny Kidd, Curve, and James Tighe beat Mal Sanders, GBH, and Styxx

Mixed Tag match
Paul Tyrell & Klondyke Kate beat Sweet Saraya & Ricky Knight

Universal British Heavyweight Champion “The Anarchist” Doug Williams retained against Dave Taylor

Pavilion, Weymouth

Thursday July 18th 2002

Zebra Kid beat GBH

TWA British Heavyweight Champion Ricky Knight beat Adam Angel

Dave Taylor beat “The Highlander” Drew McDonald

Sweet Saraya beat Klondyke Kate

The 10 man Rumble was won by Roy ” Zebra Kid” Bevis

The Ball Room, Hastings Pier

Wednesday July 17th 2002

“The Highlander” Drew McDonald beat James Mason

Shooting Star beat Dave Taylor

The Great Tagori beat GBH

Sweet Saraya beat Klondyke Kate

Zebra Kid beat Ricky Knight in a tables match

Guildhall, Southampton

Tuesday July 16th 2002

Tag Captains Match – “Rowdy” Ricky Knight beat “Flying” Phil Powers

D Ron Rulz beat GBH

“WonderKid” Jonny Storm and Roy “Zebra Kid” Bevis fought to a 20 minute time limit draw.

After an additional 5 minutes no fall was won so Bevis won the right to face “WildCat” Rob Brookside on crowd approval, in Bournmouth on Monday July 22nd.

Ricky Knight was the survivor in an elimination tag match between Ricky Knight & Klondyke Kate Vs Phil Powers and Sweet Saraya

“Highlander” Drew McDonald beat Dave “Rocky” Taylor

Dave Taylor won the 10 man rumble

Grand Pavilion, Port Cawl

Monday July 15th 2002

Roy “Zebra Kid” Bevis beat GBH

Dave Taylor beat “The Highlander” Drew McDonald

TWA British Heavyweight Champion Ricky Knight beat The Welsh Wizard

Sweet Saraya beat Klondyke Kate

TWA British Heavyweight Champion Ricky Knight beat Roy “Zebra Kid” Bevis
Pavilion, Weymouth

Thursday July 11th 2002

4 man knock out
TWA British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr beat Norman The Lunatic

“Rowdy” Ricky Knight beat “The UK Sensation” Robbie Constance

Sweet Saraya beat Klondyke Kate
Ricky Knight defeated Justin Starr to become TWA British Heavyweight Champion

European Heavyweight Champion “The Anarchist” Doug Williams retained the title when he beat Adam Angel

Winter Gardens Margate

July 6th 2002

The Great Tagori beat D-Ron Rulz

Kurve beat “Flying” Phil Powers

Paul Tyrrell beat “Rock ‘n’ Roll Express” Blondie Barrett

Happy Humphrey defeated Baxter Burridge

Angel defeated Universal British Ladies Champion Sweet Saraya by DQ

“The Highlander” Drew McDonald defeated Hade Vanson

Pavilion, Weymouth

Thursday July 4th 2002

TWA British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr beat Paul Tyrrell

D-Ron Rulz beat “UK Sensation” Robbie Constance

Adam Angel beat Doug Williams

“Flying” Phil Powers beat Phil Lea

SURVIVOR SERIES TAG MATCH

Justin Starr, Phil Lea, Robbie Constance,& Adam Angel beat

Phil Powers, D Ron, Paul Tyrrell, & Doug Williams when angel pinned Williams and became the sole survivor.

Southampton GuildHall

Tuesday June 18th 2002

Universal British Heavyweight title tournament

TWA British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr beat FWA British Heavyweight Champion Flash Barker (with Dean Ayass) by DQ

“The Anarchist” Doug Williams beat “The Highlander” Drew McDonald

Zebra Kid beat Ricky Knight in a Hardcore match following the match Knight attacked his manager Sweet Saraya for costing his match

Vacant British Middleweight Championship

“Superstar” Mal Sanders beat UK Kid to win the title

Universal British Heavyweight Title Tournament Final

“The Anarchist” Doug Williams beat The Zebra Kid

Bonus Match: Marl Sloan/Raj Ghosh beat James Tighe/Graham

It stood to be a historic night in British Wrestling. Promotions The Wrestling Alliance, All Star, Frontier Wrestling Alliance, Premier Promotions and World Association of Wrestling all coming together on one show to crown a Universal British Heavyweight Champion with representatives from each promotion involved in a tournament. Politically the night probably something more than that, but when it was all over one of Britain’s greatest overseas ambassadors standing proud crowned the Universal Champion.

The Southampton Guildhall is The Wrestling Alliance’s main monthly venue, an imposing historic structure with a capacity of around 1500, and about 400 vocal fans on this occasion, 18/06/02. A larger proportion than usual of travelling fans attracted by the card which scheduled to include the tournament and a Ladies Title TLC Match, although the latter not going ahead due to an injury to one of the participants. Instead a British Middleweight Title match redressing the balance. Scott Conway serving as the MC all evening, whilst Steve Lynsky officiating the tournament bouts and Mal Mason the other two contests.

The tournament scheduled to see three Semi Final matches leading to a Triple Threat Match later in the evening. After a parade of the wrestlers in the ring it was announced that the draw had been made in the back and the opening semi final scheduled to see the FWA British Heavyweight Champion Flash Barker (accompanied by FWA manager Dean Ayass) against the TWA British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr. Flash also the Premier representative as the Premier Mid-Heavyweight Champion. This a decent match, although as a meeting between the champions of two of the top promotions in the country not really living up to the billing. The majority of the match seeing both men ground the other with Armbars, before Justin Starr injuring his leg on a Leapfrog attempt and Barker working over it relentlessly. Barker debuting a new version of the Danny Doring Bareback move for a near fall. Starr also getting some near falls with moves including a Lionsault, but unable to capitalise due to the injured leg. The finish seeing Barker already with two public warnings caught by Steve Lynsky using the ring bell and Barker disqualified, giving TWA the symbolic victory over the FWA. FWA representatives Mark Sloan and Raj Ghosh coming to the ring and aiding Flash Barker in further attacking Starr until Flatliner making the save. Starr through to the next stage of the competition but in a bad state.

A good match on paper next with multi-time champion ‘Highlander’ Drew McDonald facing ‘Anarchist’ Doug Williams. Williams, the All Star British Heavyweight Champion getting an unpopular reaction from the crowd. Unusual to see Drew McDonald getting cheered here. Before the match Drew cutting a promo talking about how Williams should be ashamed of himself, associated with a promotion that uses tributes wrestlers and lookalikes and is advertising Yokozuna and British Bulldog for tours on its posters and Web site. A tight and closely contested match, albeit not overly memorable, the big moves including both men using a Superplex on the other for near falls, especially impressive considering Drew’s size. Drew using a Figure Four for a near submission attempt. The finish seeing Williams doing his usual cheating behind the referee’s back, ending by nailing Drew with the All Star belt for the win. Fans protesting but the resulting standing, Drew announcing that he planned to get his revenge later in the evening.

‘Wildcat’ Robbie Brookside originally scheduled for the tournament, but announced as being injured, his replacement the first-rate Zebra Kid, representing the WAW. His regular opponent ‘Rowdy’ Ricky Knight, along with Sweet Saraya, announcing that his new TWA contract states that he will only wrestle under Hardcore rules. Those stipulations accepted by referee Steve Lynsky and the contest on between the multi-time WAW British and Hardcore Champion and his son Zebra Kid. A good match and some fans choice for match of the night, with some good weapons including a metal bin dented beyond repair with a Powerbomb, a chair shot smashing a piece out of the plastic chair used, some nice flying moves from Zebra Kid, the usual Lucha roll through spot with Knight and Zebra and a generally solid match. The final moments of the match seeing Sweet Saraya’s interference continually backfire, including her accidentally giving husband Ricky Knight a Huracanrana to the delight of the crowd. With a table set up in the corner but not used Zebra Kid using the opportunity to take a pinfall on Knight and advance to the tournament final. An irate Ricky Knight announcing that Saraya had messed up for the last time, attacking her and putting her through the awaiting table. The Flatliner making the save and saying that although he’d never liked Saraya this didn’t deserve to happen to a woman and carrying her to the back.

During the interval fans getting their photos taken with Flatliner and Zebra Kid.

The second half opening with a contest for the British Middleweight Champion. It was announced that James Mason no longer meeting the weight limit for the belt and the two top contenders would compete, ‘Superstar’ Mal Sanders and a guy I was seeing for the first time, the UK Kid. This very much a typical Mal Sanders match, with the exposed turnbuckles and a nice sequence I’ve not seen for a while, Sanders stealing the yellow card from referee Mal Mason and putting it in the back of UK Kid’s trunks, leading to UK Kid getting a Public Warning for stealing it. The finish seeing UK Kid miss a move off the ropes, allowing Sanders to step over him with a traditional British Arm Crank for the quick submission, aiding by Sanders biting the UK Kid’s fingers. After the match an elderly representative from the (non-existant) British Wrestling Board of Control coming to the ring to talk about the great tradition of wrestling in the British Commonwealth and to present Sanders with his new belt.

The final of the Universal British Title Tournament scheduled as a Triple Threat match, but it was announced that TWA Champion Justin Starr too injured to compete, so the match now a singles contest between Doug Williams and Zebra Kid. Before the match starting the crown rising for the British National Anthem which received a polite response. The match itself probably the best match of the night, although not the best match Zebra Kid and Doug Williams have had, at under fifteen minutes in length. Doug showing a lot of his innovative submissions whilst Zebra Kid relying on his speed and aerial moves early, at the beginning showing that he could match Doug move for move. Both men getting a number of near falls before a head to head collision knocking them both out, referee Steve Lynsky counting to nine, then announcing that he wasn’t willing for the match to end without a finish. Drew McDonald heading to ringside and pulling Zebra Kid on top of Doug Williams for what would be the popular finish. Flash Barker however heading to the ring and rolling the pinfall over, the referee seeing it and counting Zebra Kid’s shoulders down, Doug Williams crowned the Universal British Heavyweight Champion. The special mystery guest celebrity announced to present Doug Williams with the belt a slight disappointment when Talk Sport’s ‘Showstealer’ Alex Shane heading to the ring to present the All Star Champion and TWA European Champion with the Universal British Heavyweight Title. Drew McDonald issuing a challenge for him and Flatliner against Doug Williams and Flash Barker in the next TWA show in the venue.

The main event a special FWA Tag Team contest, with heels Raj Ghosh teaming up with FWA All England Champion ‘Specialist’ Mark Sloan to take on bodybuilder James Tighe and youngster Graham Hughes. This match both a good and bad match, with some nice new sequences but different in style to the rest of the show and the inexperience of Hughes in his second career match showing in places. This could probably be best described as a more crowd friendly and comedic version of what the four men would do in the FWA. The first five minutes of the match seeing Sloan and Ghosh cutting the ring in half and working over Hughes, mainly focusing on the arm with quick tags and switches. The big spot seeing Ghosh, thinking he had Hughes’ arm, but actually having Sloan’s, bring it down over his shoulder a few times. Tighe then worked over for a few minutes before Sloan getting a handful of powder and accidentally throwing it in his partner’s face for the false finish of the match. Some nice kicks from Sloan and Ghosh during the match. With a fight on Hughes with a pinfall on Ghosh but Sloan kicking Hughes in the face allowing Ghosh to reverse it for the pinfall. After the match both Tighe and Hughes putting their opponents in submission holds and the heels tapping to end the show.

A big night for British Wrestling, especially for the old school circuit where storylines are slower to develop. The tension that has been brewing between Knight and Saraya for months finally coming to a head. And Doug Williams crowned the Universal British Champion in a move that will affect many shows around the country. Williams first defence scheduled against Dave Taylor in Colston Hall, Briston on 19th July, a venue up to now promoted in by All Star. No news yet on whether the scheduled Flash Barker vs Doug Williams match on July 5th will now see the Universal Title on the line and what the status of the localised federation titles is. TWA’s next big show in Southampton on July 16th, as part of their summer season, also announced to include Dave Taylor appearing, plus the Drew MacDonald and Flatliner versus Doug Williams and Flash Barker tag match, the return of Jonny Storm and an appearance by Jody Fleisch and Hade Vansen in Tag Team action.
Overall a good card, probably the best all round card I’ve seen over the last couple of months. The Universal Title Tournament decent, if a little traditional in parts, hence not making quite the momentum you might expect and this one of those shows with a glut of unusual finishes. The rest of the card balancing it out nicely with the more traditional Mal Sanders match and the more modern Tag Match. As usual The Wrestling Alliance continuing to deliver the best all round regular shows in the country.

Tom Lancaster

Winter Gardens, Margate

Sunday June 9th 2002

The Wrestling Alliance returned to the Winter Gardens, Margate on 09/06/02 for one of their regular monthly shows in front of a crowd of around 300. International referee Steve Lynsky officiated and promoter Scott Conway MC’d.

The last show in Margate saw Doug Williams defeat Jonny Storm to set up a rematch inside a Steel Cage. With Jonny away impressing everyone in the USA that wasn’t going to happen. But to TWA’s credit they had a cage on hand for the opening contest, featuring Corporal Punishment (a.k.a Sgt. Slaughter) against Kickboxer Kevin Kelly. This is a pairing I’ve seen live a few times before, including a memorable Casket Match, and this a decent enough indication of how to run a Cage Match on a nightly basis. Kevin Kelly with a new look (still no kickboxing) in the few months since I’ve seen him last, with bleached blonde hair and looking closer to escaping the teen years, in fact very reminiscient of BRAWL’s Scottie Daniels. This very much the equivalent of a regular fast-paced match for most of the ten minutes or so length, with occasional attempts by both men to climb out of the cage, only to get pulled down. The highlights seeing a Top Rope Superplex and Frankensteiner from Kelly, before the big bump, Punishment looking to escape, getting to the top of the cage, Kelly climbing up after him, catching him in the top and throwing him down into the ring allowing Kelly to easily escape the cage for the win. The best Cage Match I’ve seen by a British promotion.

The cage quickly dismantled into pieces (surprisingly taking only a few minutes) before the second match, with Essex favourite Paul Tyrell taking on Luton’s Johnny Kidd in a middleweight contest. Like many traditional middleweight matches this one starting off cleanly with the unique British technical holds and reversals, but midway through the match Kidd losing his cool a bit and starting to cheat, much to the disgust of the crowd. Tyrell though taking the win with that traditional British finisher, a Cross Body off the top rope.

Forget the feud with John Feltham, Flatliner has finally found his niche in wrestling and that’s as an all round entertainer and occasionally a British version of the Bushwhackers. Flatliner coming to the ring dancing at a fast paced and in furry white tights, guaranteed a good reaction, unlike his opponent Flying Phil Powers. This match a little slower paced, with lots of crowd work before the match got properly going from both men, Flatliner dominating early exchanges with his power before Powers using his underhand tactics to mount a comeback. Flatliner picking up the clean win here that rarely looked in doubt. During the interval Flatliner stayed in the ring for polaroids, showing off his strength with one handed presses of kids over his head (and dropping surprisingly few of them).

Back after the interval for a Ladies Hardcore Match between Unified British Ladies Champion Sweet Saraya and Angel, the belt not on the line in this one. As an aside, the next TWA show in Southampton will crown an equivalent male champion with the support of several other promotions including the FWA, Premier and WAW. Angel and Saraya frequent opponents and this beginning to show with Angel looking better than she’s looked before. The hardcore items used including a metal bin (used throughout the contest), a broom and a metal tray. This really a combination of the traditional and WWF hardcore style, with the items used for comebacks but enough wrestling to keep the match entertaining. Saraya with most of the big moves, including her Samoan Drop, Pedigree and a Tombstone onto the tray, but unable to put Angel away. Angel picking up the upset coming off the top with a Tray shot on Saraya. Afterwards Saraya challenged to put the belt on the line against Angel.

The main event seeing an increasingly rare UK appearance from Doug Williams, now in demand for many overseas dates including an upcoming US show for Ring of Honour that also features Jonny Storm and Jodie Fleisch. His opponent for the TWA European Title match Flash Barker. This match also a symbolic meeting between the All Star British Champion (Doug Williams) and the FWA British Champion (Flash Barker) on neutral ground. The obvious match of the night and although not the best match the two have had, spoiled mainly by the finish, still a step above the vast majority of main event matches. Some matwork early and trademark Doug Williams submissions, a brief brawl outside, then onto the near falls, including a Top Rope Huracanrana from Barker, who was unusually working as the face, although a second attempt countered with a rare slip that momentarily hurt the match. Both men also using a series of near falls with cradles that didn’t quite come off as well as it usually did. The finish a bit of a disappointment, the referee taking a bump, Barker hitting his ‘Flash in the Pan’ (aka Chris Daniels Last Rites) finisher but Phil Powers interfering, nailing Barker with the tray from the earlier hardcore match and Williams capitalising with the Revolution DDT as referee Steve Lynsky recovering for the three count. An angry Flatliner coming out and challenging for a tag match to end the show, although that won’t happen at the next show on July 6th since many of the wrestlers scheduled for a big show announced in Preston.

Overall a good show, especially the main event, which although it suffered in a couple of places was still a great match, which probably isn’t a surprise as both men have been feuding on and off in the UK for years. Also good to see the middleweight style still going strong and other matches all entertaining and suitably varied to give more of an experience to the whole evening. The next TWA show is the big Southampton show on 18th June with the tournament to crown a Universal British Champion with Doug Williams, Flash Barker, Drew MacDonald, Justin Starr, Ricky Knight and Robbie Brookside. Any combination of those names is going to be good. Also a TLC match with Sweet Saraya and Angel. Due to the card that one is likely to be very popular, especially with Internet fans and well worth attending. TWA also start their summer season soon, with shows almost every night of the week with probably the best regular all round crew in the country.

Tom Lancaster
tom@britishwrestling.com

GuildHall, Southampton

Friday May 10th 2002

“Superstar” Mal Sanders pinned Johnny Kid

Hade Vanson defeated Duke Of Danger

Flatliner beat Curve

“Specialist” Mark Sloan pinned James Tighe

“The Gay One” Baxter Burridge pinned Jorge Castano

“The Barbarian” Karl Krammer beat Julio Torres

Pier Point Cabaret, Hastings Pier

Wednesday May 8th 2002

Ricky Knight beat Zebra Kid

The Bulk beat Hade Vanson

Justin Starr beat Soldier Of Doom

Julio Torres beat Jorge Catano

Angel & Zebra Kid beat Ricky Knight & Sweet Saraya by DQ

Justin Starr won the Royal Rumble

Weymouth Pavilion

Monday April 29th 2002

Tiger Steele beat Adam Angel

Robbie Constance beat Jorge Castano by DQ

European Heavyweight Champion, “The Anarchist” Doug Williams beat British Welterweight Champion, Jonny Storm. This followed interference from special referee Julio Torres who helped double team Jonny, Justin Starr made the save, and challenged Julio to a match thhat night.

British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr beat Julio Torres

SURVIVOR SERIES MATCH

Justin Starr/Adam Angel/Robbie Constance/Jonny Storm

VS

Tiger Steele/Julio Torres/Doug Williams/Jorge Castano

Order of elimination: Tiger, Robbie, Jorge, Adam, Julio, Jonny, Doug, leaving Justin Starr as sole survivor

Exeter

Sunday April 28th 2002

Jorge Castano beat Dean 2 Extreme

Tiger Steele beat Tagori

European Heavyweight Champion, “The Anarchist” Doug Williams beat British Welterweight Champion “Wonderkid” Jonny Storm, following a fast 3 count from special referee Julio Torres

British Heavyweight Champion Justin Starr beat British Middleweight Champion James Mason

SURVIVOR SERIES MATCH

Doug Williams/Jorge Castano/Tagori/James Mason

Vs

Jonny Storm/Justin Starr/Tiger Steele/Dean 2 Exteme

Order of elimination: Dean, Tiger, Tagori, Jorge, Justin, James, Jonny, leaving Doug Williams as sole survivor. It should be noted that special referee Julio Torres assisted Williams in eliminating Jonny Storm.

Winter Gardens, Margate

April 26 2002

Jorge Castano beat Curve

UK Pitbulls beat Hade Vansen and the Prince of Pain

Tiger Steele beat Bash

Scottie Rock and Julio Torres beat ‘Superstar’ Mal Sanders and Mal
Stuart

Doug Williams beat Jonny Storm

Doug Williams won the rumble
TWA invades Germany’s EWP

Full Results

Driven To Decadence

DAVE TAYLOR UK TOUR

Championship Night Tour 2002

FOR GILDE 2001 TOURNAMENT RESULTS CLICK HERE

Alexandra Theatre, Bogner Regis
Saturday 8th December

Johnny Kidd defeated Jorge Castano

Flatliner def Blondie Bob Barratt

“The Anarchist” Doug Williams def Jodie Fleisch

James Mason beat Chad Collyer

Doink beat Chris Kay

Rumble Winner – Doug Williams

SOUTHAMPTON GUILDHALL

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14TH

A GOOD LIVELY CROWD ENJOYED THE FIRST SHOW BACK HERE AT THE GUILDHALL AFTER THE SUMMER BREAK WITH A SPECTACULAR 20-MAN AMERICAN-STYLE “RUMBLE” SHOW.
RESULTS FROM SINGLE AND TAG MATCHES AS FOLLOWS:-
“The Highlander” Drew MacDonald defeated Dorset’s own Adam Angel
Georges Castano, from Columbia defeated James Mason
The Super Flys- Ricky Knight & Jimmy Ocean defeated Justin Starr & The Zebra Kid

The Flatliner was disqualified against European & British Women’s Champion Klondyke Kate

Rob Brookside & The Emperor defeated Chic Cullen & John Bridle
THE 20-MAN “RUMBLE” WAS A SPECTACULAR EVENT WITH ACTION ALL THE WAY. BESIDES ALL THE WRESTLERS NAMED ABOVE OTHER SUPERSTARS ALSO COMPETED IN THE RATHER FULL RING AND SOME ALSO MADE THEIR DEBUT APPEARANCES FOR THE WRESTLING ALLIANCE. EVENTUALLY AFTER A LOT OF REAL ENTERTAINING ACTION IN THE RING THE WINNER OF THE SOUTHAMPTON “RUMBLE” WAS FRANK “CHIC” CULLEN.
THE PAVILION WEYMOUTH

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13TH 2001

YET AGAIN THERE WAS A GOOD TURN OUT IN THE DORSET TOWN WHO WITNESSED AN EXCITING ALL-STAR NIGHT OF ACTION IN THE SQUARED CIRCLE.
“The Highlander” Drew MacDonald beat The Flatliner
Justin Starr downed Johnny Storm

Rob Brookside defeated Chic Cullen

The Super Flys- Ricky Knight & Jimmy Ocean downed James Mason & The Zebra Kid

Adam Angel defeated European & British Women’s Champion Klondyke Kate
20-MAN AMERICAN STYLE “RUMBLE” WAS WON BY JUSTIN STARR.
WESTON-SUPER-MARE

MONDAY 3RD SEPTEMBER 2001

Rob Brookside downed The Zebra Kid
Ricky Knight pinned James Mason

Johnny Hart & Danny Blade defeated The Bull & Keiron- 2 Falls To 1

Rob Brookside & James Mason beat Ricky Knight & The Zebra Kid

THE PAVILION, WEYMOUTH

THURSDAY 30TH AUGUST 2001

Ricky Knight downed James Mason

The Flatliner defeated Hot Stuff

The Emperor defeated Graham King
The Flatliner beat Ricky Knight

BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
“The Highlander” Drew McDonald defeated Rob Brookside via DQ
THE PRINCES THEATRE, FALMOUTH

WEDNESDAY 22ND AUGUST 2001

James Mason battled The Zebra Kid to a draw
Ricky Knight defeated Rob Brookside

BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH

“The Highlander” Drew McDonald downed Justin Starr
ELIMINATION TAG CONTEST
Robbie Brookside, Justin Starr, & James Mason defeated The Zebra Kid, Ricky Knight, and “The Highlander” Drew MacDonald
THE WINTER GARDENS, VENTNOR, ISLE OF WIGHT

TUESDAY 21ST AUGUST 2001

Ricky Knight beat Adam Angel
The Zebra Kid defeated Rob Brookside via DQ

Drew MacDonald beat Justin Starr

Klondyke Kate defeated The Emperor

Ricky Knight beat The Zebra Kid

THE REGIS CENTRE, BOGNOR REGIS – SATURDAY 18TH AUGUST 2001

Justin Starr defeated Dusty Wolfe
James Mason beat Doug Williams

TRIPLE THREAT MATCH
Adam Angel defeated Kerry Cabrero and Doink The Clown
LADIES FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH
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European & British Women’s Champion Klondyke Kate defeated Venom
BRITISH HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
Rob Brookside defeated Drew MacDonald
GUILDHALL, SOUTHAMPTON- WEDNESDAY 27TH JUNE 2001

“The Highlander” Drew MacDonald beat Justin Starr after Karl Krammer interfered.

Klondyke Kate defeated The Great Tagori

“WildCat” Robbie Brookside pinned The Honky Tonk Man using the ropes for leverage

Paul Tyrell & Adam Angel defeated The Bushwhackers following Robbie Brookside attacking The Bushwhackers with an ironing board.

“The Highalnder” Drew MacDonald & Karl Krammer took on James Mason & Justin Starr in an elimination tag team match. Starr, went out first, then Krammer, then MacDonald got the win after Rob Brookside viciously attacked James Mason.

TREGONWELL HALL, BOURNEMOUTH INTERNATIONAL CENTRE

TUESDAY 26th JUNE 2001

James Mason beat Paul Tyrell

Adam Angel beat Klondyke Kate

The Bushwhackers defeated The Great Tagori & Tibetan Mad Man

Robbie Brookside defeated Justin Starr

The Honky Tonk Man beat “The Highlander” Drew MacDonald

THE BROADWAY THEATRE, BARKING – WEDNESDAY 20TH JUNE 2001

THE MATCH BETWEEN JAMES MASON AND PAUL TYRELL WAS DECLARED A NO-CONTEST FOLLOWING AN INJURY

KLONDYKE KATE DEFEATED SWEET SARAYA

THE HONKY TONK MAN DEFEATED “THE HIGHLANDER” DREW McDONALD

JUSTIN STARR KO’D ADAM ANGEL

THE BUSHWHACKERS BEAT THE GREAT TAGORI & SAMURI WARRIOR

CLACTON – TUESDAY 19TH JUNE 2001

PAUL TYRELL defeated ADAM ANGEL

SWEET SARAYA defeated KLONDYKE KATE BY DQ

THE BUSHWHACKERS BEAT THE GREAT TAGORI & QUICK KICK LEE

“THE HIGHLANDER” DREW McDONALD DOWNED JUSTIN STARR

JAMES MASON DEFEATED THE HONKY TONK MAN BY DQ

Winter Gardens, Weston Super Mare, 2nd June 2001

Horace Hogan beat Christian Eckstein

Dave Finlay beat James Mason in a Hardcore match

In a four way tournament:

Tony St. Clair beat The Masked Tagori

Drew McDonald beat Tiger Steele

Tony St. Clair beat Drew McDonald to win the tournament.

WEYMOUTH PAVILION – 31ST MAY 2001

Horace Hogan beat Adam Angel

Christian Eckstein defeated Tony St. Claire

Tiger Steele defeted Tagori

Dave “Fit” Finlay defeated Rob Brookside

SOUTHAMPTON GUILDHALL FRIDAY 25TH MAY 2001

THE PACKED SOUTHAMPTON VENUE ENJOYED A LIVELY NIGHT OF FIRST CLASS ACTION BY TOP SUPERSTARS OF WRESTLING.

THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDER, Drew MacDonald BEAT THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR, TONY ST. CLAIR.

JAMES MASON BEAT JULIO TORRES

HORACE HOGAN BEAT CHRISTIAN ECKSTEIN

“The Belfast Bruiser” Dave “Fit” Finlay beat Rob Brookside

TIGER STEELE BEAT THE LOCAL FAREHAM BODYBUILDING CHAMPION – FLATLINER.

THE CORN EXCHANGE, IPSWICH, THURSDAY 24TH MAY 2001

TONY ST. CLAIR BEAT “ROWDY” RICKY KNIGHT

LONDON’S YOUNG WRESTLER OF THE YEAR, JAMES MASON BEAT DREW McDONALD

HORACE HOGAN BEAT CHRISTIAN ECKSTEIN

DAVE “FIT” FINLAY BEAT ROBBIE BROOKSIDE

TIGER STEELE BEAT TAGORI

BOURNEMOUTH INTERNATIONAL CENTRE WEDNESDAY 23RD MAY 2001

THE HIGHLANDER – DREW McDONALD BEAT THE 7ft 2INS. TIGER STEELE

THE BRITISH AMBASSADOR TONY ST. CLAIR BEAT GERMANY’S SUPERSTAR CHRISTIAN ECKSTEIN

HORACE HOGAN BEAT THE MASKED SENSATION TAGORI

ENGLAND’S NO. ONE ROB BROOKSIDE BEAT “THE BELFAST BRUISER” DAVE “FIT” FINLAY

DREW McDONALD BEAT TONY ST. CLAIR in a HARDCORE MATCH

St. David’s Hall, Cardiff, Wales May 21st 2001

4-Man Tournament Featuring “The Highlander” Drew MacDonald, Tiger Steele, “Wild Cat” Robbie Brookside, and James Mason.

(1) Drew MacDonald defeated Tiger Steele after ko’ing with a vicious lariet (14:10).

(2) Robbie Brookside defeated James Mason via a La Magistral Cradle (14:15).

Non-Tournament Matches

(3) Horace Hogan (representing the nWo) defeated EWP Intercontinental Champion, Christian Eckstein with a Death Valley Driver (15:20).

(4)In a battle of former British Heavyweight Champions, Dave “Fit” Finlay defeated his old arch-enemy Tony St. Clair with a tombstone piledriver (15:49).

(5)MAIN EVENT

Hardcore Match/Tournament Final

Robbie Brookside defeated Drew MacDonald after backdropping him through a table (15:09).

(31.03.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Oakengates Theatre in Telford, England, UK
◦The Kung Fu Kid defeats Kassius
◦Andy Gibson defeats Dean Jordan
◦The Kung Fu Kid defeats Andy Gibson
◦Andre Baker & Jim Neidhart defeat Johnny Moss & Sinn
◦Jon Ritchie defeats Leroy Kincaide
◦Strap: Danny Garnell defeats Paul Vault
◦Battle Royal: Winner: Paul Vault



(28.07.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Leas Cliff Hall in Folkestone, England, UK
◦20 Minute Iron Man: The Kung Fu Kid defeats Jon Ritchie (20:00)
◦Tag Team Tables: Luke LeGrande & Tank defeat Dave McMillan & Tony McMillan
◦Five Man Gauntlet: Gary Steele defeats JP Monroe and Mike Mendoza and Mr. Intelligence and The Highway Man



(27.10.2001) NWA-UK Hammerlock – Event @ Leisure Centre in Andover, England, UK
◦Muscles Mansfield defeats Kurupt
◦Jon Ritchie defeats Paul Vault
◦Segun Carter defeats Hugh Mungus by DQ
◦Kassius defeats Mike Mendoza
◦Muscles Mansfield defeats Jon Ritchie
◦Kassius defeats Muscles Mansfield
◦Johnny Moss & Luke LeGrande defeat Julio Torres & Steve Walloski
◦Gary Steele defeats Steve Corino

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