Two bitter enemies collide at Fallout!

bcmTwo bitter enemies locked in eternal combat will go one on one at Fallout on the 13th of Feburary.

A new resident of the North Shore, Megan-Kate looks to regain the Women’s title back from the current champion Britenay and add the Women’s Championship belt to the mantle of her new home.

We have seen these two locked in combat for years and each time it gets more and more violent.

Will Megan Kate’s home advantage be the X factor that see her regain the title or will Britenay’s experience and fiery determination see her walk out of the ActivZone still the Women’s Champion?

February13, Doors open at 6:30 PM.
Adults $20, Children $10.
ActivZone Indoor Sports Arena

Falls Count Anywhere at Fallout!

fcaIt’s official! After laying down the challenge to No Face, Brook Duncan gets his wish!

Brook Duncan will take on No Face in a Falls Count Anywhere match!

This heated rivalry can not be contained in the wrestling ring so they will take the fight all around the Glenfield ActivZone.

Will No Face succumb to Brook’s Sax Appeal or will the no holds barred style of No Face come out on top?

Sinclair challenges Shaw at Fallout!

jssJames Shaw’s body is still recovering from the Ultimate Match with Johnny Idol at Dawn of 16 but his body better be ready for his next challenger on Feb 13, Shane Sinclair.

The former Oceania Amateur Wrestling champion and vegan warrior, Shane Sinclair knows what it’s like to wear NZ championship gold and he aims to add the IPW NZ Heavyweight Championship to his trophy case.

Can James Shaw recuperate in time to defend the NZ heavyweight title at 100% or will the Fallout of the Ultimate Match be his undoing?

Find out at IPW Fallout – Glenfield ActivZone Feb 13.

Tag Team rivalry takes on new meaning!

11The self proclaimed ‘Friends In Similar Tights’ (FIST?!) have fallen short each time they step foot in the ring with seasoned veterans and NZ Tag Team champions, Kingi and Vinny Dunn.

But what these young warriors lack in experience they make up for in heart and determination.

Though unsuccessful in their tag title challenges, Mason Daniels and Brodie Coast have an opportunity to have one more shot at the NZ Tag Team Championships if any ONE of them can win their singles matches against the champions.

All it takes is ONE win and the upstarts will get another title shot.

Will Dawn of 16 be a dawn of a new age for the rookies or will the ring veterans eclipse their lofty ambitions?

Mixed Tag Team action at Dawn of 16!

1Mt. Albert War Memorial Hall will see the Dawn of 16 next Saturday 23rd January.

We start 2016 with a bang with this sure to be explosive Mixed Tag Team Match between ‘The Deal’ Dal Knox and New Zealand Women’s Champion, Britenay versus Liger and Megan Kate.

Who will ring in the new year with the win? Will the fan favourite team of Knox and Britenay stand triumphant or will the BATman and BATwoman of IPW hit a home run?

Tickets available now!

Rematch to open the new year!

2It may be a new year but one rivalry still remains unresolved.

After their last match resulted in a double count out, Armageddon Cup champion Brook Duncan and No Face are set to face each other again at the Dawn of 16.

Will there finally be a definitive conclusion to their clash or will we be witness to a dawn of a bitter rivalry?

Brook Duncan & No Face clash at Dawn of 16!

Tickets available now!

The Ultimate Match kicks off 2016 on January 23!

umisThe first main event of 2016 has been revealed and it’s massive!

Fresh off their brutal Fans Bring The Weapons match at the end of last year, James Shaw and Johnny Idol will clash once once more to bring in the new year as they collide in The Ultimate Match. This 30 minute ironman battle will see the first 20 minutes of the match contested under traditional rules before the final ten minutes switches to no disqualification!

James Shaw puts his New Zealand Heavyweight Championship on the line against Johnny Idol, January 23 at Dawn of 16 from the Mt Albert Hall in Auckland!

Tickets available soon!