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WWW Unofficial - Jake Pugh …………………………………………………………………………………… Fallout from Stowmarket: 1309 days. Think of that! A record like no other and something I personally don’t think will be duplicated ever again. The ‘War Beast’ Will Kroos. Beyond a shadow of a doubt THE most dominant champion in the history of World War Wrestling. There’s just no question about that. Sunday October 16th 2022, The ‘Silverback’ Corey McRae. A heartless, ruthless barbarian, fuelled by hatred and dominance accomplished the UNTHINKABLE. Once a ‘Silverback’ now… a BEAST SLAYER! Your NEW WWW Heavyweight Champion… Corey McRae!!! A new era in World War Wrestling! What is next for the now former champion? Will he even return? Only time will tell, but in the meantime, a new champion sits on top of the mountain and the landscape of the War zone has drastically change. I’d also like to send my congratulations to the victor for War Trials 4… Alexander Hyde!!! Showing pure brutality against fellow debutants Brett Myers, Amirah, Evie Madden, Nick Payne and Sam Santari. A man who joins a prestigious list of former War Trial winners such as a respected grappler in the form of Mike Bird, the formerly mentioned Will Kroos and the current WWW Women’s Champion, the Rebellion’s Skye Smitson! A future showdown between the new champion McRae and Hyde is certainly on the horizon considering the pull apart that took place before we closed the show. No respect was shown one bit from the new champion and he’s very quickly making new enemies. Speaking of the Rebellion… The Women’s Champion and the biggest pain in my backside, Skye Smitson was due to defend the belt against up and comer, Karama. Unfortunately the challenger was not cleared to compete and Smitson found herself without an opponent. We did however manage to turn a negative into a positive though as the Goth Daddy signal went off in the sky and the ever so popular Xander came calling to challenge the ‘Villainess’ to a bout. Smitson may have got out of defending her title again but she certainly wasn’t leaving without a fight. Xander has been a thorn in the side of the Rebellion for sometime now and he won’t stay down until he finally gets his hand raised in victory over the faction. Great admiration I must say. Interference from Taylor James & Jack Toreno caused the ‘Goth Daddy’ to get the DQ win and Commissioner Cox, not happy with this one bit, came down to ringside and stripped the Rebellion of there anticipated rematch with the Lucha Lions for the WWW Tag Team Titles that night!!! What the Rebellion thought was a mischievous and cunning plan, ultimately backfired I dare to say. They did however get the winning fall on the current champions in a 3 side tag bout in the second half when the entire Rebellion of James, Toreno & Smitson picked up the win against The Lions and Xander. Weather there shot at the titles were in jeopardy or not, this certainly puts them straight back in line for a tag title shot in 2023. I mentioned earlier about debutants. Two young lads named Mark Trew and Nino Bryant delivered one hell of a contest displaying speed and technicality that I’ve not seen since a great bout we had at Community Chaos between Joe Lando and Callum Newman. Bryant picked up the win and both showed good sportsmanship afterwards with a handshake. The future of British wrestling is looking very bright and I highly recommend that you watch these two. I can also say that the future is looking very bright for an individual who’s quickly become very popular in WWW and that’s ‘The Lightning Kid’ Oli Blake. Blake is someone I’ve been watching for sometime now and seeing him grow as a competitor has been a real joy. He’s in great shape, polite, works hard and arguably a student of the game. Constantly working to improve his craft, he studies his opponents carefully and you can see it in the result. It’s not an easy task getting a win over a veteran and WWW original such as the ‘Infamous’ Danny Blaze but the ‘Lightning Kid’ put up an impressive fight. He’s certainly put his stamp of approval on within the eyes of the Commissioner and I expect big opportunities coming his way for World War Wrestling in 2023. We still have Community Chaos heading your way in Capel on Saturday November 19th and it’s been made official that both Corey McRae and Skye Smitson will be defending their respective WWW Championships. Questions still need answering after the actions at Stowmarket Slam and I’m just excited as you are to join the journey. As I said earlier, the landscape has changed inside the war zone and I can guarantee you that we are in for a year like no other when we get to 2023. I personally would like to thank you all for joining us on this journey because without you, the fans, it wouldn’t be possible. You are the best, Strap yourselves in and get ready for WAR! Disclaimer: All views expressed here are that of the indivicual Jake Pugh and are in no way representative of World War Wrestling Ltd.
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World War Wrestling Ltd. All Rights Reserved. 2022 Registered Company Number: 09042233
WWW Unofficial - Jake Pugh …………………………………………………………………………………… Fallout from Stowmarket: 1309 days. Think of that! A record like no other and something I personally don’t think will be duplicated ever again. The ‘War Beast’ Will Kroos. Beyond a shadow of a doubt THE most dominant champion in the history of World War Wrestling. There’s just no question about that. Sunday October 16th 2022, The ‘Silverback’ Corey McRae. A heartless, ruthless barbarian, fuelled by hatred and dominance accomplished the UNTHINKABLE. Once a ‘Silverback’ now… a BEAST SLAYER! Your NEW WWW Heavyweight Champion… Corey McRae!!! A new era in World War Wrestling! What is next for the now former champion? Will he even return? Only time will tell, but in the meantime, a new champion sits on top of the mountain and the landscape of the War zone has drastically change. I’d also like to send my congratulations to the victor for War Trials 4… Alexander Hyde!!! Showing pure brutality against fellow debutants Brett Myers, Amirah, Evie Madden, Nick Payne and Sam Santari. A man who joins a prestigious list of former War Trial winners such as a respected grappler in the form of Mike Bird, the formerly mentioned Will Kroos and the current WWW Women’s Champion, the Rebellion’s Skye Smitson! A future showdown between the new champion McRae and Hyde is certainly on the horizon considering the pull apart that took place before we closed the show. No respect was shown one bit from the new champion and he’s very quickly making new enemies. Speaking of the Rebellion… The Women’s Champion and the biggest pain in my backside, Skye Smitson was due to defend the belt against up and comer, Karama. Unfortunately the challenger was not cleared to compete and Smitson found herself without an opponent. We did however manage to turn a negative into a positive though as the Goth Daddy signal went off in the sky and the ever so popular Xander came calling to challenge the ‘Villainess’ to a bout. Smitson may have got out of defending her title again but she certainly wasn’t leaving without a fight. Xander has been a thorn in the side of the Rebellion for sometime now and he won’t stay down until he finally gets his hand raised in victory over the faction. Great admiration I must say. Interference from Taylor James & Jack Toreno caused the ‘Goth Daddy’ to get the DQ win and Commissioner Cox, not happy with this one bit, came down to ringside and stripped the Rebellion of there anticipated rematch with the Lucha Lions for the WWW Tag Team Titles that night!!! What the Rebellion thought was a mischievous and cunning plan, ultimately backfired I dare to say. They did however get the winning fall on the current champions in a 3 side tag bout in the second half when the entire Rebellion of James, Toreno & Smitson picked up the win against The Lions and Xander. Weather there shot at the titles were in jeopardy or not, this certainly puts them straight back in line for a tag title shot in 2023. I mentioned earlier about debutants. Two young lads named Mark Trew and Nino Bryant delivered one hell of a contest displaying speed and technicality that I’ve not seen since a great bout we had at Community Chaos between Joe Lando and Callum Newman. Bryant picked up the win and both showed good sportsmanship afterwards with a handshake. The future of British wrestling is looking very bright and I highly recommend that you watch these two. I can also say that the future is looking very bright for an individual who’s quickly become very popular in WWW and that’s ‘The Lightning Kid’ Oli Blake. Blake is someone I’ve been watching for sometime now and seeing him grow as a competitor has been a real joy. He’s in great shape, polite, works hard and arguably a student of the game. Constantly working to improve his craft, he studies his opponents carefully and you can see it in the result. It’s not an easy task getting a win over a veteran and WWW original such as the ‘Infamous’ Danny Blaze but the ‘Lightning Kid’ put up an impressive fight. He’s certainly put his stamp of approval on within the eyes of the Commissioner and I expect big opportunities coming his way for World War Wrestling in 2023. We still have Community Chaos heading your way in Capel on Saturday November 19th and it’s been made official that both Corey McRae and Skye Smitson will be defending their respective WWW Championships. Questions still need answering after the actions at Stowmarket Slam and I’m just excited as you are to join the journey. As I said earlier, the landscape has changed inside the war zone and I can guarantee you that we are in for a year like no other when we get to 2023. I personally would like to thank you all for joining us on this journey because without you, the fans, it wouldn’t be possible. You are the best, Strap yourselves in and get ready for WAR! Disclaimer: All views expressed here are that of the indivicual Jake Pugh and are in no way representative of World War Wrestling Ltd.