Big additions to upcoming GCW events. GCW announced that Lenny Leonard will return to the commentary booth and call the action at GCW Get Lost A Lot on September 24, GCW Bloodsport 7 on October 22, and GCW War Ready on October 23. Leonard was worried that ROH Death Before...
During a recent interview with New Japan Pro Wrestling, Minoru Suzuki commented on working for AEW and GCW in the United States, not being certain if he would take the offers, and more. You can check out some highlights from the interview below:. On coming to the United States: “Well,...
Minoru Suzuki is working several events in the US for different companies, but he wasn’t initially certain if he would take an offer. Suzuki has worked a few matches in AEW and is set to work several GCW shows, and he spoke with NJPW about his US tour. You can check out highlights below:
This Friday, Game Changer Wrestling wraps up its time in New York City with GCW Get Lost Alot. The night prior, the independent wrestling organization will have held Emo Fight, featuring Colby Corino, Marko Stunt, Jimmy Jacobs, and various other competitors. Like the event before it, Get Lost Alot will take place in the historic Melrose Ballroom in Queens. GCW has a stacked card set for this show, including two stars New Japan Pro-Wrestling fans will undoubtedly be familiar with. Without any further delay, let’s run down the action prior to the show on Friday.
Mercedes Martinez and Lenny Leonard are headed to GCW for upcoming shows. GCW has announced that Martinez will make her debut at GCW Aftermath on October 10th while Leonard will be doing commentary at three shows: GCW Get Lost A Lot on September 24th, GCW Bloodsport 7 on October 22nd, and GCW War Ready on October 23rd.
Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) took to Twitter today, announcing that Mercedes Martinez and Lenny Leonard will be debuting for the promotion in the near future. Martinez will be making her debut at GCW Aftermath on October 10th. Meanwhile, Leonard will be doing commentary at GCW Get Lost A Lot on September 24th, GCW Bloodsport 7 on October 22nd, and GCW War Ready on October 23rd.
Impact Wrestling is tapings for their television programs right now, so you can expect sold spoilers. A former WWE NXT Superstar has joined those tapings, and this could be a nice addition to the Impact roster. We previously reported that Christopher Daniels was at Impact’s television tapings. It was assumed...
Don’t think of it as a wrestling show; think of it as a celebration. This Thurday, live from New York, Game Changer Wrestling will hold GCW Emo Fight. For those that don’t know, this event is inspired by Emo Night, dating back to the heyday of social media. According to the official website of Emo Fight, Emo Night is, “a popular celebration of emo, pop punk and your favorite music from the days of Myspace.” GCW Emo Fight is set to provide the wrestling action fans have come to expect, but with a twist. In addition, fans in attendance and those watching from home will be treated to DJing and musical performances. One can expect this event to be nothing short of a party. When it comes to the wrestling itself, here is what viewers should expect.
Former NXT star Marina Shafir is the latest name to be announced for Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 7 which is due to take place in October. Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport is an event not for the faint of heart. It features the best combat and MMA strikers and submission style wrestlers from all over the world. The matches take place on a ring canvas without turnbuckles and ropes and can only end by knockout or submission.
IMPACT Wrestling held their latest set of TV tapings from Friday, September 17 to Sunday, September 19 and former WWE Superstar Alex Zayne made his IMPACT debut on Sunday, according to Fightful Select. There is no word on what Zayne did at the tapings, only that he was at IMPACT's...
Matt Cardona went to Game Changer Wrestling to go after Nick Gage. Cardona defeated Gage in a deathmatch to win the GCW World Title. Cardona rebranded the title as the GCW Universal Championship, which paid tribute to John Cena’s famous spinner belt, but lost it to Jon Moxley at The Art of War Games.
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SPOTLIGHTED PODCAST ALERT (YOUR ARTICLE BEGINS A FEW INCHES DOWN)... Minoru Suzuki will be heading to Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport 7 on October 22 in Los Angeles. Barnett announced Suzuki as well as Killer Kelly, Marina Shafir, and Calvin Tankman as participants in the event. Shafir is a former NXT star in WWE.
Fightful Select reports former WWE 205 Live star Alex Zayne is at the Impact Wrestling TV tapings this weekend. After working for GCW, he signed with WWE last year and started working 205 Live and NXT shows. He was released earlier this summer due to budget cuts. Zayne has appeared for Ring of Honor, as well.
GCW has made the first talent announcements for the Friday, October 22 Josh Barnett's Bloodsport 7 event in Los Angeles. Marina Shafir will make her Bloodsport debut in L.A., though no opponent has been announced. Shafir is a former pro MMA fighter and was signed to WWE NXT from 2018...
Josh Barnett took to Twitter to announce that violence is back as Bloodsport returns for its seventh edition next month. Josh Barnett’s Bloodsport is an event not for the faint of heart. It features the best combat and MMA strikers and submission style wrestlers from all over the world. The matches take place on a ring canvas without turnbuckles and ropes and can only end by knockout or submission.