New champions crowned at The Rush for Gold!

jfThe standing room only crowd this past Saturday night at The Rush for Gold witnessed perennial underdog James Shaw claim the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship for the very first time!

James Shaw overcame both Fury & Cross in a punishing triple threat match to achieve his ultimate goal, and in the process has forced The Investment to disband thanks to a stipulation made earlier in the night. It was a match that saw the Origin get the final say over The Investment, and a match that saw every person in attendance get lost in a celebration that will live on in Impact Pro Wrestling history.

Also at The Rush for Gold, the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship wasn’t the only title to change hands as The Pride put an end to the impressive run of TnT at the top of the tag team ladder in IPW, and left Mt Albert with the New Zealand Tag Team Championship. As for the New Zealand Women’s Championship, that match was brought to an impact-full halt as Ligress made it clear she was not done with Britenay, and the hunger for the gold led both women to agree to a massive Mask vs. Title match at Genesis on May 23! Continue Reading

Ted DiBiase to appear at Armageddon Wellington!

TBC“The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase will be joining Impact Pro Wrestling this July at the Wellington Armageddon Expo!

This WWE Legend & Hall of Famer will be the Special Guest Host for the live Impact Pro Wrestling sessions from July 17-19 at Westpac Stadium!

What will happen when the master of The Million Dollar Dream steps inside the ring and dictates the fate of the Impact Pro Wrestling roster?

Find out this July at the Armageddon Expo in Wellington!

Steve Rickard passes away

Impact Pro Wrestling is saddened to hear of the passing of Steve Rickard.

A true New Zealand Professional Wrestling Legend, Steve paved the way for us to do what we do in this country and we will be forever grateful for that.

Thank you for everything Mr Rickard.

Our thoughts go out to friends and family at this difficult time.

The Rush for Women’s Gold!

BMAnother huge Championship match has been added to The Rush for Gold on April 18!

Megan Kate has shown a new level of physicality in recent months, and she’ll need all of that physicality if she wants to lift the gold from the impressive Britenay who is on the biggest run of her career!

Join us April 18 for this critical clash!

Two out of Three Falls set for The Rush for Gold!

ttpThe Pride will challenge TnT for the New Zealand Tag Team Championship on April 18 in a huge Two out of Three Falls match!

The Pride’s physical dominance over their opponents has been clear to see over recent months, but TnT have managed to stand their ground and never give an inch to the masters of the Dawn Raid. However, with having to score two falls over The Pride to leave victorious, TnT’s incredible reign as New Zealand Tag Team Champions could come to a violent end at The Rush for Gold in Mt Albert.

The Pride have never pinned. TnT have retained their gold for eleven months. Continue Reading

Triple Threat to headline The Rush for Gold!

jjfA combustible triple threat for the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship will headline The Rush for Gold on April 18!

After their contest ended in a no result back at Year of Conflict, Shaw and Fury will once again collide with the gold on the line, but now must contend with the explosive Jakob Cross. Cross was a major factor in the Year of Conflict contest, imposing his physicality late in the match which created a chaotic chain of events that led to the match being thrown out by the official.

Fury will know now that with Cross officially in the match, his New Zealand Heavyweight Championship is under threat not only by a man driven by heart and desire, but a merciless monster driven by violence. Continue Reading

Year of Conflict results!

Thanks to everyone who joined us for the first live event of 2015!

In quick results from Year of Conflict; Pat Schisk & Elias defeated Dave O’Connor & Brook Duncan, Curt Chaos picked up a win over the debuting Brodie Coast, TnT & Britenay held onto their gold over The Pride, Travis Banks defeated Johnny Idol and the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship match between Fury and James Shaw ended in a No Contest due to outside interference.