IPW’s resident “Sax Man” Brook Duncan has been on quite a roll as of late, picking up his biggest win to date at the Genesis event less than two weeks ago capturing the 2016 Eliminator Contract. Although making his intentions with the aforementioned contract very clear, the self proclaimed “World’s Sexiest Wrestler” isn’t going to be putting his feet up ’til Nightmare B4 Xmas. IPW General Manager Alfred Valentine has sanctioned a trans-Tasman battle, as NZ’s Brook Duncan takes on Australia’s Josh “The Axe” Shooter.
Josh Shooter has wowed crowds all over the globe and is a mainstay of the Australian Wrestling scene, notably Melbourne City Wrestling. However this will be not only Shooter’s first trip to New Zealand, but also of course the IPW debut of “The Axe”.
Although a very accomplished wrestler and all ’round top athlete, this match will be anything but a proverbial walk in the park for Shooter, given the resilience & never-say-die attitude Duncan has developed over the past few months, this match up is looking to be one to write home about.
Curt Chaos has had a less than ideal start to his title reign. After losing to the 7-foot tall, NZ’s Strongest Man at the beginning of April, suffering a count-out loss at Genesis on April 30th, Chaos now has the near impossible task of taking on de Jong in a Falls Count Anywhere match.
Although right up the alley of the champion as Curt Chaos is prone to bending the rules ever so slightly here and there, a Falls Count Anywhere match would require one competitor to take the other off his feet, something the Chaos is yet to do with Reuben de Jong.
Will we see a new champion at No Guts, No Glory, or will Chaos once again find a way to slither out of this match with his grip firm around the gold?
In what was scheduled to be Liam Fury’s last ever match, it seemed as though he would be leaving IPW with his tail tucked as Mr. Burns used dirty tactics to gain the victory in their singles contest. However after the impromptu, unprecedented attack by The Young Nats on Fury post-match, Liam only had one thing on his mind; Revenge. Fury would come out and make a beeline for The Young Nats in the main event of the evening as entrant #20 in The Eliminator.
With all the animosity between Fury and The Young Nats, it’s safe to say this isn’t over, stay tuned for more details.
It’s pretty clear that The 7ft Monster, NZ’s Strongest Man Reuben de Jong has all the tools necessary to dethrone Curt Chaos. But while the NZ Heavyweight Champion Chaos continues to use underhanded tactics to retain the gold, the frustration of de Jong can only be building.
What’s next in the Chaos/de Jong saga?
A returning Lil’ T, a successful social media campaign for Paul Sayers, the official in-ring return of Taylor Adams, The Young Nats reigning supreme, The Worlds Sexiest Wrestler rising to the top, and much more took place last night at Genesis: The Eliminator!
Just three weeks to go ’til our next live event, but until then; Brace Yourself For Impact!
Fan favourite Brook Duncan has entered the fray for the Eliminator match tonight at Genesis!
Will the Sax Man end on a high note after outlasting 19 other competitors? Or will his attempt at gold see him fall flat on his brass?
The Sax Appeal of Brook Duncan has garnered the adoration of the IPW fans, but it is his Sax Drive that proves he’s got what he takes to possibly win the Eliminator match.
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?