WE SALUTE ROSS JORDAN - TWO-TIME BRITISH
those of you keeping track at home, the scorecard reads FWA 4 IPW 0.
It's becoming a rout.
The FWA fired the first shot in our Civil War with those Orpington
upstarts when Alex Shane took out Dan Edler at Hotwired on October
15. Secondly, we invaded IPW territory one week later when 'The
Showstealer' battered Martin Stone to within an inch of his miserable
life. And thirdly, on November 19 Shane held John Atkins hostage, forced
Dan Edler to kiss his feet, and watched as a Jonny Storm-inspired Team
FWA crushed Team IPW in a six-man war.
But perhaps the most satisfying victory in the Civil War came this past
Sunday (December 10) on the neutral ground of FWA official Dann Read's
X-Sports Wrestling event in Colchester, when once again the British
Flyweight Title returned to the hands of an FWA loyalist - 'The Gift'
We told 'The Man Gravity Forgot' Pac that despite his IPW preferences,
he could remain British Flyweight Champion as long as he defended the
belt whenever and wherever the FWA stipulated. And admittedly, we were
impressed when Pac came through his mandatory defence against 'The
Wonderkid' Jonny Storm at the IPW:UK afternoon show on Sunday. We were
doubly impressed with Pac's performance later on in the gruelling XSW
Five Minute Warning match. But sadly for the FORMER champ, he thought
those two strength-sapping outings were the end of his day's work. How
wrong he was.
He reckoned without the shock arrival in Colchester of Ross Jordan, who
Pac defeated to win the title at Crunch 2006. 'The Gift' confronted a
battered and bruised Pac after the Five Minute Warning match to pass on
a message from FWA boss Greg Lambert - that Pac had to defend the
British Flyweight Title one more time, right there and then, against
Ross Jordan himself. And Jordan wasted no time in making 'The Man
Gravity Forgot' an ex-champion. Congratulations to Ross, and Hooray for
IPW:UK and Pac may well moan that this wasn't fair. But remember boys,
all's fair in love and Civil War.
Saturday, 3 February 2006
The Dome, Morecambe
Main Event 1:
15 Man GoldRush Rumble
Main Event 2:
British H/W Title:Robbie
Brookside (c) v Darren Burridge
'I Quit' Grudge Match:
Stevie Knight v Johnny Angel
Johnny Phere v El Ligero
Tag Team Open Challenge:
Manchester Massive issue an open challenge