Former Champions In Action At New Generation Wrestling ‘Eternal Glory 2016’

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New Generation Wrestling have announced that former champions will be in action at their December 17th event, ‘Eternal Glory 2016’ at the Hull City Hall in Hull.

It has been confirmed that former NGW Tag Team Champions, Caz Crash and Sam Wilder of The Proven will be in tag team action against a team of Richie West’s choosing in Hull on December 17th.

New Generation Wrestling announced the match with the following:

ARE THE PROVEN DESTINED FOR ETERNAL GLORY ON 17 DECEMBER AT HULL CITY HALL – TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!

Richie West wants to make an example of his former tag team associates, Caz Crash and Sam Wilder, better known as The Proven.

Following the collapse of The Control, The Proven have defied West’s expectations and become fan favourites in NGW. It seems that, once the leash was taken off, Crash and Wilder have become the men that NGW fans knew they could be all along – a tag team worthy of facing the best competitors in the country.

West, however, still have plenty of political and financial influence within NGW and has a new pet project – scouring the country for the tag team that will humiliate the former lapdogs who are on the road to becoming popular pitbulls.

The Proven will be in action at Eternal Glory and British wrestling will take notice.

Tickets are available from www.britishwrestling.tv or Hull Box Office on 01482 300300.

wropes-longPhoto Credit: New Generation Wrestling

The announced match card is as follows:

Match Card

NGW Undisputed Championship

“The Showstealer” Nathan Cruz (c) vs “The Amazing” Matt Myers

 

Screwface & “The Righteous” Joseph Conners vs Liam Slater & “The Mexican Sensation” El Ligero

 

The Proven (Caz Crash & Sam Wilder) vs ???

 

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

 

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