Fifth Contest Announced For New Generation Wrestling ‘Collision Course’


New Generation Wrestling have announced a fifth contest for their March 19th event, ‘Collision Course’ at The Borough Hall in Hartlepool.

It has been confirmed that Justin ‘The Hammer’ Sysum shall compete against ‘Liverpool’s No.1’ Zack Gibson in singles action in Hartlepool on March 19th at ‘Collision Course’.

New Generation Wrestling announced the match with the following:

Justin “The Hammer” Sysum has been making waves in British wrestling since exploding onto the scene with his impressive displays of strength and athleticism. He’s smashed through many of the best in the UK and stunned opponents with his inhuman strength, striking like lightning when they least expect it.

Liverpool’s Number One Zack Gibson is no stranger to cutting down men whose egos match their ability. With the fury of a Titan, he’s destroyed many of the idols that NGW fans worship, whilst keeping his eye firmly on the prize – the NGW Undisputed Championship, currently held by The Showstealer Nathan Cruz.

There can be no doubt that a title opportunity must be in The Hammer’s future, but he will have to overcome many obstacles, with Zack Gibson being his biggest to date.

On Saturday 19th March, at The Borough Hall in Hartlepool, wrath and justice are on a Collision Course.

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The announced match card is as follows:

Match Card

‘The Showstealer’ Nathan Cruz vs Rampage Brown


GEN:X League Championship – Triple Threat

Flash Morgan Webster vs Bubblegum (c) vs Martin Kirby


‘The Righteous’ Joseph Conners vs Liam Slater


‘The Amazing’ Matt Myers & ‘The Mexican Sensation’ El Ligero vs The Proven (Caz Crash & Sam Wilder)


Justin ‘The Hammer’ Sysum vs ‘Liverpool’s No.1’ Zack Gibson


More Information

Doors Open: 6.30pm. Bell Time: 7.00pm.

Tickets: Available now through the official New Generation Wrestling website, here. Also available on the door, on the night (dependent on availability).

Source: New Generation Wrestling