A Nightmare Of A Dream Team For Privileged?

Any hopes Roberts & Castlewood had of sliding through another IPW event without defending their gold have been dashed with the news they must face Pride & Fury at The Holy Grail!

No strangers individually to New Zealand Tag Team Championship reigns, Liger & Liam Fury will not only be looking for revenge after the antics of Privileged at September Selection, but will be looking to add another golden addition to their already impressive curriculum vitae.

For Charlie Roberts & Curtis Castlewood, The Holy Grail will be an opportunity to prove themselves as worthy holders of the New Zealand Tag Team Championship by defeating an experienced dream team combination with pride and fury in their veins. Continue Reading

Duncan And Dunn Set To Clash At Holy Grail!

Brook Duncan is in for the biggest test of his career on October 14 at The Holy Grail!

After surviving an aggressive challenge by Dave O’Connor at September Selection, Duncan must now switch his introspection to dealing with another multiple time New Zealand Heavyweight Champion in Vinny Dunn.

After controversially being named the next challenger by new permanent General Manager Benjamin Keen, a wounded Vinny Dunn finds himself once again within arm’s reach of the biggest prize and will be hoping his calamitous confrontation with Reuben de Jong last month has put him in good stead for his challenge on October 14.

However one thing to consider is that both men are heading into this New Zealand Heavyweight Championship match well under full capacity due to their recent brutal contests respectively. Continue Reading

NZ Tag Team Championship Scene Heating Up!

As we head into our next live event The Holy Grail, the landscape of the IPW Tag Team Division is beginning to manipulate itself into a plethora of combinations that all have the same goal. To be New Zealand Tag Team Champions.

For the current New Zealand Tag Team Champions, Castlewood & Roberts, it’s about decoding just what kind of hold they have on the gold. With only just one defence under their belts at IPW live events since they claimed the gold at The Eliminator back in April, one could suggest their grip may not be as ironclad as they would hope.

Especially considering their victory in that sole defence came via an orchestrated disqualification so they could escape with the gold. When you also factor in their antics at September Selection against Liam Fury, their tenuous hold on the gold may be exposed if Pride & Fury decide The Holy Grail is the time for revenge. Continue Reading