It’s Rumble season. Credit: Discovery
First up, I apologise for this review being a bit late. Quite frankly there is too much fucking wrestling. I’m not really complaining, I quite like wrestling, but the Disco Derby was behind a few more prominent shows in the queue.
Discovery’s first event of the New Year saw them pull the old indie trick of putting on their own Rumble. While it might not have gone to plan (more on that later), this was a solid card with the potential for some great action. Let’s dish out some stars.
Lovely poster too. Credit: Discovery Wrestling
Discovery Wrestling closed out the year with another visit from some of indie wrestling’s biggest talents. Disco has had a fantastic 2017 and it seemed only fitting that they’d say goodbye to it with another great show. Let’s dish out some stars.
Credit: Discovery Wrestling
Discovery Wrestling didn’t have the easiest of times coming into Uncivil War. British Strong Style were all set to be the poster boys for this show but WWE came calling, and they had to go. Despite that, the company rallied and managed to put together a damn strong line-up for a Sunday night of wrestling at the Jam House. Let’s dish out some stars.
I’ve always felt bad about not attending Discovery Wrestling shows. As an Edinburgh-based brand they’re my local promotion, and yet ICW got its claws into me first. However, with the announcement that The Elite were going to be gracing their ring it seemed as good a time as any to hit up my first show. And hopefully, kickstart a relationship that will continue on for a while yet. So, here’s five thing we noticed at a sold-out Corn Exchange.