A special match has just been added to the card for this Saturday’s IPW Genesis event!
Aftershock Pro Wrestling’s Hu$tla, will be making his IPW in-ring debut against the returning ‘Taylormade Man’ Taylor Adams.
Hu$tla is known for his gutsy performances, but the experienced Taylor Adams is not going to let some rapscallion tarnish his comeback.
The enigmatic NoFace will enter the Eliminator this Saturday!
Will NoFace creep his way into a NZ Heavyweight title shot? Or will he even care? This creature is known to be unpredictable attacking anyone who gains its attention.
It’s official! Liam Fury returns for one more match to deal to his former partner Mr. Burns, and The Young Nats!
No one knows Mr. Burns as well as Liam Fury, so who better to knock some sense into the Young Nats’ esteemed leader?
Will Liam show Mr. Burns the error of his ways? Or will Mr. Burns employ the help of his colleagues to tame the Fury?
Although Shane Sinclair has years of experience in New Zealand wrestling, he is a relative newcomer to IPW. He looks to make an impact by using his technical skills he has mastered over the years, to not only eliminate 19 other men, but to punish them as well.
Some would say Sinclair is the most technically gifted athlete in New Zealand, and the most dangerous. 19 competitors will step in his way, and they may all fall!
Will Sinclair add the 2016 Eliminator and eventually the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship to his already decorated career?
Megan-Kate, a former three time New Zealand Women’s Champion, made an enemy out of Franke Quinn by attacking both her and the current Women’s Champion Britenay at Championship Carnage.
Megan had promised both women that she would send a message to IPW and the fans, and she did that in dominant fashion.
Britenay will be keeping a close eye on this match, as both women are potential challengers for the women’s title.
Megan-Kate goes one on one with Franke Quinn on April 30th!
Genesis will see one half of F.I.S.T (Friends In Similar Tights) enter the Eliminator with 19 other men to fight it out for the Eliminator contract.
F.I.S.T are still looking to win the tag team titles from The Dapper Agents, after stealing their prized watches while they battled it out in a triple threat match at Championship Carnage. Will Brodie Coast be able to not only steal the watches, but the tag titles AND the 2016 Eliminator contract in the near future?
April 30th at the Lynfield Youth & Leisure Centre will be the place to be if those questions are to be answered!
A man who has pretty much done it all in New Zealand Wrestling looks to make even more history, by being the only man to win the Eliminator back to back and claiming the 2016 Eliminator contract for himself!
Dal Knox did what others only dream of doing, and won the 2015 Eliminator rumble match claiming the contract which would grant him a title shot any time he wanted. Unfortunately for Knox, Curt Chaos would eventually rob Dal of the contract later in the year, and would then cash in and become the new champion at Championship Carnage.
Can the 4x New Zealand Heavyweight Champion Knox Out his way to victory? April 30th will answer those questions and more!
‘The Alpha Assassin’ Charlie Roberts is the next entrant in the 2016 Eliminator, and is one half of the newest tag team in Impact Pro Wrestling, Privileged.
Roberts looks to make an impact at Genesis on April 30th by outlasting 19 other men, and claiming the contract that grants him a match against the New Zealand Heavyweight Champion any time he wants.
With years of wisdom under his belt, Roberts will be one who will be a threat to all other men taking part in the Eliminator this year.
J.B Bennett enters the Eliminator on April 30th!
Will J.B Bennett do the unthinkable and claim the 2016 Eliminator Contract for himself and The Young Nats? Will Mr. Burns even allow the rookie to keep the contract for himself?
Though only debuting in February, J.B has shown that he is one to watch, and what better way to get eyes on himself by winning the Eliminator!
The Eliminator is upon us. This year you can expect to have more surprises, more shocking moments, and more chaos as 20 men battle for the 2016 Eliminator contract.
One man who is a favorite to win, is the young and talented Michael Richards of The Young Nats.
Though still in his rookie years, this man has shown that he will be a future champion, with the contract in hand however, Richards could fast track the future in a matter of three seconds.
Michael Richards enters the Eliminator on April 30th at the Lynfield Youth & Leisure Centre, Auckland.