» Tickets for the biggest IPW:UK event so far, Best of British 2, featuring the Best of British: Heavyweights match, are now on sale. Priced at just £20 for ringside tickets, and £10 for general admission, tickets are sure to roll out the door quickly after March’s sell-out attendance.
Here is the direct link: http://www.ipwuk.com/tickets/bob205.shtml
» The fans have decided – with an amazing 63.01% of the vote, IPW:UK fans have come together to demand that the stipulation placed on the Douglas/Maayan “Make or Break” match at Best of British 2 is to be a LADDER MATCH. The first one-on-one meeting between the pair on British soil, this match stemmed from Douglas’ frustration that he was unable to enter into the Best of British: High Flyers match (a title that Aviv Maayan won) due to his nationality, even though he is the reigning and defending wXw Light-Heavyweight champion.
Indeed it was last month at Return of the Dragon where the rivalry heated up, as after El Generico and Douglas himself had been eliminated by double pinfall from the Tornado Tag match, the ‘New Superstar’ took it into his own hands to come back out and save his IPW:UK career – taking advantage of the No DQ rules still in effect when the bout had come down to Super Dragon vs. Aviv Maayan.
Had Maayan been able to over-come the mighty Super Dragon, as per the stipulation of the match, Stevie Douglas would’ve had his IPW:UK contract terminated and he would’ve been banished from these shores. However, he has put up his career one final time against the thing he treasures the most – the tag of the Best High Flyer. And what better match to try and prove it in than in a LADDER MATCH!
» After picking up his first win since the first hour of his IPW:UK career, Tony ‘Superstar’ Sefton has now agreed to fulfil all the rest of his contracted dates for the company. This doesn’t mean he is happy, however, as while he defeated his latest foe ‘Sadistic’ Jack Storm at Return of the Dragon, Storm has been heard saying it’s a “one-off” and that Sefton got “lucky”. Therefore Sefton has signed himself on again to go at it one-on-one with the Sadistic one in a bid to prove that once was a charm, two says I’m better than you!
In Other News:
— The re-edit onto two discs of the Best of British 2 DVD has now been complete and is in production. You can now make your purchases of this show, headlined by the amazing Best of British: High Flyers main event (including the likes of Spud, ‘The Wonderkid’ Jonny Storm, the sensational Aviv Maayan, Chav Army leader Flaming Red & more) over at the official website (www.ipwuk.com), by clicking on the merchandise link.
— Eamon O’Neill will be making his IPW:UK debut at Best of British 2. The Irish giant will be competing in a one-on-one debut match against another debuting competitor yet to be announced.
Best of British: Heavyweights
Main Event Qualifying Match
“Atkins Asks…” Segment
Plus Spud, Team Sexay, Eamon O’Neill, the Chav Army’s “special birthday celebration” and more.
— IPW:UK presents “Best of British 2” Sunday May 22nd 2005, at Orpington Halls, Orpington High Street, Orpington, Kent, England. In a later than usual presentation, doors open at 6:30, bell rings at 7:00. Tickets are twenty pounds for ringside, ten pounds for general admission. Ringside fans also receive 20% off of all official IPW:UK merchandise on proof of ticket. For information about IPW:UK, click here: http://www.ipwuk.com/ or e-mail Daniel Edler: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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