With talk of Night of Champions, Raw, why Irish wrestling deserves more support, the WWE Women’s Champion being retired, an exclusive announcement about Wrestlezone Ireland and an interview with Dragon Gate USA and Evolve Pro Wrestling booker Gabe Sapolsky, it’s The Boston Crab Podcast!
Archive for September, 2010
With talk of Raw, Smackdown, Matt Hardy being an overall tool, the usual HHH talk, ROHs latest iPPV, Tyler Black’s future in the WWE and an interview with the head of Wrestlezone Ireland, it’s The Boston Crab Podcast!
With a whirlwind of hype behind it, Ireland’s newest promotion, Dublin Championship Wrestling, is making its debut on Saturday September 18th in the Sean O’Casey Community Centre, East Wall, Dublin 3.
The group features some of the best talent this country has to offer and the card is already looking to offer a great night of action.
Danny “The Pain” Deans is going up against rival Andy Phoenix in an “East Wall Street Fight”, which looks to steal the entire show. Deans and Phoenix have made it no secret in the build up to this show that they are looking for each others blood, especially after Phoenix took out The Pain during a recent show.
“The Man With The Golden Can” The Ballymun Bruiser is taking on his old pupil The Irish Dragon. Bruiser claims that he knows Dragon’s weakness more than any other wrestler in the country, and hopes to teach him a lesson this weekend. But will The Irish Dragon beat his old teacher and make a bigger name for himself in the Irish wrestling scene? He will have a hard time doing so, but it’s safe to say Dragon will be giving it his all.
The rest of the card features a classic 15 man battle royal (Always a crowd pleaser at any event) and Insano & Lenny v Darren Holmes & Lycan in tag-team action. Other talent announced include Ireland’s youngest ever tag team Thunder & Lightning, Mountjoy John Jennings, “The Moonsault Maestro” Tucker and “The Glamrock Superstar” Kev Roxx. And of course, Ger Murphy, the 50% owner of the company, will be present, and will no doubt have something to say to the Dublin crowd, whether they want to hear it or not.
Bell time is 7pm at the Sean O’Casey Community Centre with tickets €10, and you can guarantee that The Boston Crab will be in attendance to support Irish wrestling and we hope you will be too.
For more information on the event and DCW, check out http://dublinwrestling.ie