House Of Pain Wrestling have confirmed two matches for their October 28th event at the Cotgrave Miners Welfare in Cotgrave, Nottingham.
The first match announced will see Lucas Archer challenge “The Absolute Legend” Danny Chase for the HOP Heavyweight Championship in Cotgrave on October 28th. The second contest scheduled for October 28th shall see the duo of “The World Warrior” Juken and Garrett “G-Wiz” Bond face “The King” RJ Singh and a partner of his choosing in tag team action at the Cotgrave Miners Welfare.
House Of Pain Wrestling announced the matches with the following:
MAIN EVENT ANNOUNCED.
LUCAS ARCHER GOES FOR THE GOLD.
HUGE TAG TEAM MATCH ANNOUNCED.
In the main event last month at our debut in Cotgrave, Lucas Archer successfully pinned the HOP champion ‘The Absolute Legend’ Danny Chase.
Archer followed that up by again pinning Chase last month in Calverton as part of a huge 8 man tag team match.
HOP management have now rewarded Archer with his biggest opportunity yet in House of Pain wrestling, a title match against the sneaky and very experienced Danny Chase.
Can Archer shock the HOP world one more time?
Also, our first Cotgrave show saw the return to HOP of ‘The King’ RJ Singh. The well travelled Singh went 1 on 1 with Jukèn in a hard fought match in which Jukèn came out on top.
Singh did not take kindly to the loss, attacking Jukèn after the match and placing him in the Efnic Submission hold.
It was popular rookie Garrett ‘G-Wiz’ Bond that made the save, grabbing Singh and throwing him from the ring.
On Halloween weekend, ‘The King’ returns and wants both Bond and Jukèn in a tag team match, claiming he will bring a partner worthy of teaming with such royalty.
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The announced match card is as follows:
HOP Heavyweight Championship
Lucas Archer vs “The Absolute Legend” Danny Chase (c)
“The World Warrior” Juken & Garrett “G-Wiz” Bond vs “The King” RJ Singh & ???
Doors Open: 7.00pm.
Tickets: Available on the door, on the night (dependent on availability).
Source: House Of Pain Wrestling