One word springs to The Boston Crab’s mind when it thinks of the ending of Dublin Championship Wrestling’s debut show last month: Chaos.
The main event between Danny Deans and Andy Phoenix got interrupted by ring announcer Dave Power and John Jennings as they attacked Deans. Deans had a mountain placed ahead of him, that got taller and taller with each passing minute, as 50% Ger Murphy kept putting obstacles in Danny’s path. Power turning on Deans and revealing himself to be allied with Ger Murphy and declare himself the other 50% owner of the company was shocking. The night almost got worse as Power and Murphy went to light a Dublin flag on fire in the middle of the ring, but thankfully they were interrupted by local boys Thunder and Lighting along with Insano and Lenny Hanna. The owners got their way online though as they sent a message to the faces by setting the flag on fire at an undisclosed location. Now, Ger Murphy is looking for revenge as we head into this Fridays event, “Pay Backs a Bitch.”
On Friday 15th in the Sean O’ Casey Community Centre, East Wall, Dublin, Danny Deans with Thunder and Lighting are set to take on Andy Phoenix, John Jennings and Johnny Stash in a 6-man table’s match in the main event. Deans and the boys are looking to defend Dublin’s honour while Murphy hopes his men will keep them out of his own hair. Also Insano will be taking on Lenny Hanna. While both men will be going into this reluctantly, they both know how important wins are in DCW, so they’ll need to put their friendships aside, or it could cost them their jobs.
Ballymun Bruiser will be taking on Tucker. Bruiser last month left an impression on the DCW fans from the get go, arrogantly putting himself over as the man to beat in DCW at the start of the very first match in the company’s history. He may not have won the opening battle royal, but he did gain a victory over Irish Dragon. It may have been in due to outside interference, but a win is a win according to the record books. Bruiser will be looking to keep his momentum going at the price of Tucker’s head.
Vic Viper stunned the crowd as he turned up last month at Father Souls side and destroyed Kev Roxx in the ring. Kev has been looking for Viper and Souls next since, especially after Soul said some uncalled things to Roxx’s valet Laura. Now he has the chance as he faces both in a handicap match. The odds may be against the rocker but with a heart as big as his own and the DCW fans behind him, Kev still has every chance to claim a victory over his rivals.
Irish Dragon has been looking to get the chance to prove himself after loosing last month in the debut event. Ger Murphy and Dave Power have given Dragon another chance, but this time he has no idea who he will be facing. This places even more pressure on Dragon, but don’t count him out yet. Dragon is one of the top prospects in DCW and got a huge response at last months show, so he will be working twice as hard to ensure that he won’t let his fans down.
Tom Finnegan and Karl Brien made their Irish debut last month against Ireland’s youngest ever tag team champions Thunder & Lightning. They impressed DCW so much that they have been given another chance, despite their loss. However, they might not make it out of this one alive as they face Darren Holmes and the towering Lycan. This won’t be a walk in the park and could be the end for the new team.
DCW: Paybacks a Bitch looks to top their first sell-out show, so get to the Sean O’ Casey Community Centre on Friday the 15th of August early to ensure you don’t get turned away! Tickets are €10 and the show kicks off at 7:00PM. You’ll find The Boston Crab crew there once again so don’t forget to say hi to us!