Episode three of the Mae Young Classic has quite the line-up. You’ve got the return of Kaitlyn, plus the likes of Toni Storm, Jinny, Mia Yim and Allysin Kay (who is perhaps better known as Impact’s Sienna). With that group involved it’s probably a safe bet that we’re going to continue the theme of these being delightful slices of TV.
RevPro High Stakes 2018 Review
After crowning their inaugural women’s champion, RevPro is back with their first big show of the year. High Stakes had a few friends popping over from Japan alongside an Aussie newcomer. All of which is pretty exciting. Let’s dish out some stars.
RevPro Live At The Cockpit 25 Review
RevPro kicked off the year with a terrific show at the Cockpit and came straight back the next night. Live At The Cockpit 25 was wrapping up their women’s tournament and had a few other treats on the card too. How exciting. Let’s dish out some stars.
RevPro Live At The Cockpit 24 Review
RevPro’s first show of 2018 took them back to The Cockpit for the start of their women’s title tournament. A card full of exciting women’s matches was further proof (as if it was needed) that it’s ridiculous for most companies to continue to treat them like a box to tick rather than an essential part of the show (something that RevPro themselves are guilty of). We can only hope they learn from this. Let’s dish out some stars.
Revolution Pro Wrestling Uprising 2017 Review
RevPro’s last event of the year sees them back at York Hall for a packed card. All the titles are on the line and the famous venus is hosting women’s wrestling for the first time. Let’s dish out some stars.
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Revolution Pro Wrestling Live At The Cockpit 23 Review
World Tag League is over and I have a lot of non-New Japan wrestling to catch-up on. This show was a while ago now, but I know you’re all still dying to hear my opinions…
Let’s dish out some stars.
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RevPro Live At The Cockpit 22
Ahead of their sexy Global Wars shows, RevPro were back in the cockpit for a not exactly bad-looking line-up itself. There’s no point blabbing for too long. Let’s dish out those stars.
Revolution Pro Live In Leamington Review
Recently I decided that I don’t watch enough British wrestling. It probably won’t come as a surprise to most of you, but it’s quite good right now, and while I’m slowly working my way through Progress’s back catalogue, it’s time to dive into some other companies. Which is what brings us to Revolution Pro Wrestling and their recent show in that most English sounding of places, Leamington. Let’s dish out some stars.