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  • September 1, 2001 – FWA in Harrow, North London, England: Justin Richards b James Tighe, Guy Thunder b Mr. Blonde, New Breed won FWA tag tiles over La Familia, Paul Travell b Mark Sloan, Doug Williams b Jonny Storm, Alex Shane b Brandon Thomas, Dino Scarlo NC Ian DeSilva, Travell won three-way over Ahmed Chaer and Scottie Rock, Sloan b Jack Xavier, Scott Parker b Drew McDonald
  • November 10, 2001 – FWA in England: Hade Vanson b Jordan, Ian DaSilva and Brandon Thomas b La Familia, Mr. Blonde b Jack Xavier, Scott Parker b Justin Richards, Mark Sloan b Jonny Storm, Doug Williams b Ulf Hermann to keep British heavyweight title, Ashe and Curve won three-way over Kruiz, Jody Fleisch b Dino Scarlo-DQ, Scottie Rock b James Tighe, Drew McDonald NC Alex Shane.
  • December 14, 2001 – FWA in Acton, West London: Mark Sloan b Paul Travell to win All-England title, Krulz b Hade Vansen, Scott Parker b Ulf Hermann, Jorge Castano b Brandon Thomas, Doug Williams d Robbie Brookside (15:00 draw in a match to declare an undisputed British heavyweight champion), Jack Xavier b Scottie Rock, New Breed b Boys to keep FWA tag titles, Justin Richards b Jonny Storm, Alex Shane and Chris Harvard (Tough Enough) b Drew McDonald and Flash Barker.
  • June 21, 2002 – FWA in London, England: Duke of Danger b Hade Vansen, Justin Richards b Jack Xavier, New Breed b James Tighe and Kruiz, Ulf Hermann b The Boyz, Zebra Kid won four-way over Mark Sloan, Paul Travell and Scottie Rock, Scott Parker b Drew McDonald-COR, Flash Barker b Robbie Brookside. Next show is 7/5 with Flash Barker vs. Doug Williams for the FWA title.
  • July 5, 2002 – FWA in Telford, England: James Tighe b Hade Bansen, Jack Xavier b Duke of Danger, Zebra Kid b Mark Sloan to win All-England title, New Breed b Jody Fleisch and Jonny Storm, Pitbulls (not ECW team) b Raj Ghosh and Ross Jordan, Pitbulls b Electric Mayhem, Pitbulls NC New Breed, Flash Barker b Doug Williams, Scott Parker b Justin Richards with Jake Roberts as referee.
  • July 28, 2002 – FWA in Portsmouth, England before 450 fans: Chris Justice b Raj Ghosh, James Tighe b Mark Sloane, Nikita and Hade Vansen b Kruiz and Sweet Saraya, Robbie Brookside b Kendo Kashin (All Japan jr. champ in an unannounced appearance), Jonny Storm b Justin Richards, New Breed b Brandon Thomas and Paul Travell, Drew McDonald b Dave Taylor, Duke of Danger b Jack Xavier, Flash Barker b Scott Parker, Jody Fleisch b Scott Parker to win FWA title.
  • October 13, 2002 – FWA in London, England: James Tighe won three-way over Jack Xavier and Raj Ghosh, Pitbulls b New Breed, Doug Williams b Jerry Lynn, Robbie Brookside NC Drew McDonald, Paul Travell b Nikita, Ulf Hermann b Balls Mahoney, Jonny Storm b A.J. Styles, Jody Fleisch b Flash Barker in a ladder match.
  • March 16, 2003 – FWA in Broxbourne, England before 425 fans: James Tighe b Hade Vansen, J-X (unmasked later as Jack Xavier) b Zebra Kid, Juventud Guerrera b Jody Fleisch to earn an XPW European title shot, Duke of Danger b Raj Ghosh, Doug Williams b James Tighe, Paul Travell and Scott Parker b Alex Shane and Ulf Hermann to win tag titles, Jonny Storm b Jerry Lynn to win XPW European title tournament in 20:00.
  • April 28, 2003 – FWA in Newport, Wales before 200 fans: Zebra Kid b Five Star Flash, James Tighe b Mark Sloan, Jack Xavier b Jonny Storm, Simmons b Nikita, Brandon Thomas and Ian DaCyple and Paul Travell b Ulf Hermann and Alex Shane to win FWA tag titles, Juventud Guerrera b Chris Hamrick.
  • August 2, 2003 – FWA in Horwich, Lancashire, England before 150 fans: James Tighe b Jack Xavier, Birchill b Simmons and Mark Sloan, Alex Shane and Steve Knight b Raj Ghosh and Paul Travell to keep FWA tag titles, [INSERT] b Mike Bishop, Doug Williams and Jodie Fleisch b Christopher Daniels and Jonny Storm.
  • April 26, 2003 – FWA in Sudbury, England before 250 fans: Rajah Ghosh won three-way over James Tighe and Jack Xavier, Mark Sloan b Mark Belton, Juventud Guerrera b Zebra Kid, Nikita b Simmons, Paul Travell and Ian DaCyple b Alex Shane and Ulf Hermann, Jonny Storm b Chris Hamrick to win FWA All-England title and keep XPW European title.
  • September 21, 2003 – FWA in Broxbourne, England: Jack Xavier b E.Z. Money (U.S. wrestler), James Tighe b Flash Barker to become the No. 1 contender for Doug Williams, Simmons b Mark Sloan, Zebra Kid NC Barker, Jace the Ace b Lee Darren, Jonny Storm b Chris Hamrick-DQ, Raj Ghosh and Paul Travell b Alex Shane and Ulf Hermann-DQ in double barbed wire baseball bat match.
  • February 14, 2004 – FWA in New Castle, IN: Tom and Troy Van Zant b Skip Raddison and Rudy Vallay, Bobby Black b Johnny Sparks, Rob Kincaid b Hex Hatred, Justin Vega b Ric Ravage-DQ, Ronnie Vegas NC Bobo Brazil Jr., Justin Vega b Bobby Black, Indiana Kidd Jr. won four-way over Rob Williams, Hillbilly Jed and Angel, Raddison and Vallay b Van Zants.
  • March 28, 2004 – FWA in Newport, Wales before 400 fans: Mark Belton b Mark Sloan, Raj Ghosh and Paul Travell b Jack Xavier and Ross Jordan, Steve Corino b Jonny Storm, Aviv Mayaan b Alex Shane, Doug Williams b C.M. Punk in 2/3 falls.
  • May 29, 2004 – FWA in Morecambe, England before 150 fans: Mark Belton b Zebra Kid, Nikita b Stevie Knight, Simmons b Paul Travell, Burchill b Dirk Feelgood, Alex Shane and Hade Vansen b Jack Xavier and Aviv Mayaan, James Tighe b Jonny Storm in a loser leaves the promotion match.
  • June 26, 2004 – FWA in Morecambe, England before 150-200 fans: Stixx b Ross Jordan, Spud b Cameron Knite, Ricky Knight b Aviv Mayaan, Alex Shane b Jack Xavier, Burchill b Joey ?, Doug Williams won three-way to keep FWA title over Zebra Kid and James Tighe.
  • FWA New Frontiers 2004 in Brent, London at the Brent Town Hall: “5 Star” Mark Belton b James Tighe, Aviv Mayaan vs Mark Sloan ended in a No Contest after STEVE CORINO showed up and called out Alex Shane, Jonny Storm b X-Dream, Simmons and Burchill b Jorge Castano and Stevie Knight, CM Punk b Raven, Alex Shane beat Jack Xavier, Hade Vansen vs. Zebra Kid ended in a NO CONTEST, Doug Williams b Steve Corino 2 falls to 1.
  • FWA Crunch 2004 in Broxbourne, Herts at the Broxbourne Civic Hall: Paul Travell and Raj Ghosh b Aviv Mayaan and Mark Belton, Eamon Shrahan b James Tighe, Hade Vansen b Zebra Kid, Alex Shane b Jack Xavier, Jonny Storm b Sonjay Dutt, Doug Williams beat D-Lo Brown 2 falls to 1.
  • FWA Carpe Diem 2004 in Brent, London at the Brent Town Hall: Mark Sloan b Aviv Maayan, Mal Sanders b Steve Grey, Low-Ki b James Tighe, Simmonz b Burchill by count-out after Drew MacDonald attacked Burchill with a chair, Flash Barker announced his retirement, Alex Shane and Hade Vansen b Ross Jordan and Paul Travell, Doug Williams b The Zebra Kid after Ricky Knight interfered.
  • FWA Vendetta 2004 at the Broxbourne Civic Hall: ‘Specialist’ Mark Sloan b Jack Hazard, Mark ‘Five Star’ Belton b Aviv Maayan, Double C b X-Dream to retain the wXw Heavyweight title, Ricky Knight b The Zebra Kid, Hade Vansen vs Jack Xavier ended in a Double Knockout, Hampton Court b The Family to win the FWA Tag Team titles, James Tighe b AJ Styles by Disqualification.
  • September 5, 2004 – FWA Hotwired 2004 at the Broxbourne Civic Hall: Doug Williams b Joe E. Legend, Jack Xavier and Ross Jordan and Aviv Maayan b Hade Vansen and Stixx and Martin Stone, Mark Sloan b Simmons, Jonny Storm b Colt Cabana, Steve Grey b Johnny Kidd, James Tighe b Spud, Steve Corino b Alex Shane.
  • October 13, 2004 – FWA British Uprising III in Coventry, England at the The Coventry Skydome: AJ Styles b James Tighe, Alex Shane b Doug Williams to win the British Heavyweight title, Hampton Court b Stevie Knight and Mark Sloan, Mark Belton b D’Lo Brown, Burchill and Paul Travell and Terry Funk b Thunder and Drew McDonald and Raj Ghosh with Jimmy Hart as the guest referee, Hade Vansen b Jack Xavier, Spud b Ross Jordan and Aviv Maayan in a 3-WAY.
  • - FWA Goldrush 2005 at the Broxbourne Civic Hall: James Tighe b Aviv Mayaan, Stixx and Joe E. Legend b Doug Williams and Ulf Herman, Jonny Storm b Chad Collyer, Hade Vansen b Low ki, Alex Shane b Burchill, Jonny Storm won the first ever Goldrush Battle Royale after a double elimination of Ulf Herman and Doug Williams becoming the new Number One Contender to the FWA British Heavyweight title.
  • February 26, 2005 – FWA New Frontiers: James Tighe and Mark Belton b Aviv Maayan and Ross Jordan, Stevie Lynn b Mark Sloan, Zebra Kid b Chris Hero, Hade Vansen b Spud, Stixx and Stone (Stixx and Martin Stone) b The Manchester Massive (Joey Hayes and Declan O’Connor), Leroy Kincade b Paul Travell (sub for Jack Xavier who was declared unfit to wrestle by Dik Feelgood, the new Chief Medical Officer), Jack Storm b Max Voltage, Alex Shane b Jonny Storm in a 2/3 falls match to retain the FWA Heavyweight title (Alex Shane, James Tighe and Mark Belton beat down Jonny Storn until Jody Fleisch made the save and announced that he is coming out of retirement and his first match back will be against Mark Belton at FWA Crunch).
  • March 26, 2005 – FWA in Morecambe, England before a sellout 250 fans: Max Voltage b Mark Sloan, Stevie Lynn b Stevie Knight, James Tighe and Mark Belton b Aviv Mayaan and Doug Williams, Jack Xavier b Declan O’Connor, Spud b Jack Storm, Alex Shane b Raven.
  • April 16, 2005 – FWA in England: Tony Sefton b Jack Storm, Spud b Max Voltage, Ricky Knight b Zebra Kid in a street fight, Aviv Maayan vs James Tighe ended in a 20:00 draw, Leroy Kinkade b Hade Vansen, Alex Shane won three-way over Doug Williams and Jonny Storm, Mark Belton b Jody Fleisch when Williams turned heel to cost Fleisch the match. It was Fleisch’s first match back in FWA since his retirement.
  • May 31, 2005 – FWA from Leeds, England before 150-200 fans: Aviv Mayaan b Mark Sloan, Alex Shane b Andy Boy Simmonz, UK Pitbulls b ?, Johnny Angel b Dan Head, D-Lo Brown NC Joe Legend, Brown and Legend b UK Pitbulls-DQ.
  • June 18, 2005 – FWA – Noah Limits from Morecambe, England: Ross Jordan b Aviv Maayan in a Flyweight Title Tournament semi-final match, Hade Vansen b Stevie Lynn to retain the All-England title, Stixx and Stone (w/Dean Ayass) b Hampton Court for theTag Team titles, “Dangerous” Damon Leigh b Joey Hayes of the Manchester Massive (w/Declan and Donna), Alex Shane b J.C. Thunder to retain the Heavyweight title, Shane b Stevie Knight, Minoru Suzuki and Naomichi Marufuji b Doug Williams and Scorpio to win the GHC (NOAH) Tag Team titles.
  • July 30, 2005 – FWA in Morecambe, England before 150 fans: Damon Leigh and Aviv Mayaan b The Manchester Massive (Declan and Joey w/Donna), Jack Xavier b Dr. Dirk Feelgood w/Stephanie Scope, Jonny Storm b Colt Cabana, Iceman b Stevie Lynn (after the match Iceman powerbombed Stevie Lynn off the apron through a table!), Ross Jordan b Spud to become the first FWA flyweight Champion (Ross was awarded the match after the referee stopped the match due to an injury to Spud’s leg), Stevie Knight b Alex Shane in a Non Title Lumberjack match (Stevie Knights trainer Johnny Angel turned on Alex Shane and gave Stevie Knight the victory, before turning on Stevie Knight and Declaring war on the FWA!)
  • July 31, 2005 – FWA in Enfield, CT: Colt Cabana b Jody Fleisch, Johnny Storm b Spud, Stixx and Stone b Ross Jordan and Aviv Mayaan, Jody Flesich b Jonny Storm, Spud vs Cold Cabana was a draw, Paul Travell b Hade Vanson, Jody Fleisch b Spud to win the the Tournament. Alex Shane was back in charge at the show.
  • August 27, 2005 – FWA in Morecambe, England before 150 fans: James Tighe b Stevie Lynn, Young Doctors b Manchester Massive, Iceman DDQ Jack Xavier, Johnny Angel b Aviv Mayaan, Stixx and Stone b El Ligero and Bubblegum, Alex Shane b Andy Simmonz.
  • October 22, 2005 – FWA in Morecambe, England before 150 fans: Spud won three-way over Bubblegum and Jack Storm, Joey Hayes b Dr. Feelgood, Eamon O’Niell b Stixx, Nikita b Simply Luscious, Joe Legend and Jonny Storm b Jonny Angel and Alex Shane.
  • January 28, 2006 – FWA in Portsmouth, England: Pac b Aviv Mayaan, Dan James and Harry Mills b Andy Boy Simmonz and Eamon Shrahan, Wade Fitzgerald b Tommy Langford, Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns b James Tighe and Justin Richards, Ice VII b Max Voltage, Dan Head b Gallagher, Tyron Johnson and Dan James co-won Battle Royal.
  • March 4, 2006 – FWA – War on the Shore 2 in Morecambe, Lancashire at the The Morecambe Dome: Ross Jordan b Bubblegum to retain the FWA British Flyweight title, Team 2K (Wolfgang and Darkside) b The Manchester Massive (Declan O’Connor and Joey Hayes w/Donna), Hade Vansen w/Nikita b Damon Leigh to retain the FWA British Heavyweight title, Robbie Brookside b Five Star Flash, A 15-man Rumble went to a NO CONTEST when Five Star Flash caused Stevie Knight and Johnny Angel to be eliminated at the same time. The participants in entry order were Ross Jordan, Bubblegum, Mark Sloan, Simon Valour, Dom Travis, Ollie Burns, Dave Rayne, Stevie Knight, Declan O’Connor, Joey Hayes, Wolfgang, Hade Vansen, Nikita, Damon Leigh, Johnny Angel.
  • April 1, 2006 – FWA in Sudbury, UK before 200 fans: Pac b Stevie Lynn, Leroy Kincade b Dragon, Iceman b Paul Travell, Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns b Max Voltage and Dan Head, Darren Burridge b Paul Tyrell-DQ, Jonny Storm and Jody Fleisch b Hade Vansen and James Tighe.
  • April 2, 2006 – FWA – Crunch in Broxbourne, UK at the Broxbourne Civic Hall before 300 fans: Max Voltage and Dan Head b Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns, Darren Burridge b James Tighe, Stixx and Martin Stone b New Breed, Pac b Stevie Lynn and Ross Jordan in a 3-WAY to win the Flyweight Title, Leroy Kincade b Jorge Castano, Paul Travell vs. Iceman ended in a DRAW, Hade Vansen b Jonny Storm to retain the FWA Title after interference from Robbie Brookside.
  • April 15, 2006 – FWA in Portsmouth, England at the Portsmouth Mountbatten Centre: Jake McLusky b Tommy Lanford, James Tighe b Eamon Shranhan and Stixx in a 3-WAY #1 Contenders match (FWA Academy title), Spud b Wade Fitzgerald, Alan Gallagher b Justin Richards in a Street Fight, Jonny Storm b Max Voltage and Pac and Jodie Fleisch in a 4-WAY, Dan Jame and Harry Mills b Mark Solan and Ollie Burns in a Steel Cage match, Martin Stone b Aviv Maayan to retain the IPW:UK title, Hade Vansen b Dan Head in a Champion vs Champion match this means Vansen has earned himself a FWA Academy title shot.
  • April 29, 2006 – FWA: Academy – A Way Of The Warrior Tale in Portsmouth, England: Way of The Warrior First Round Matches: Dan James b Hade Vansen by DQ, Max Voltage b Tommy Langford, Gallagher b Justin Richards (replacing Matt Cambell) in a blindfold match, Aviv Mayaan b Harry Mills, Non Tournament: Dan Head b James Tighe to retained the FWA:A title, Mohammed Yone and Takeshi Morishima b Mark Solan and Ollie Burns.
  • April 30, 2006 – FWA NOAH Limits 2 at the Colchester Hippodrome, Essex in front of a 500 sell-out crowd: “The Pukka One” Darren Burridge b Stevie Knight by Submission, Leroy Kincade b James Tighe by Countout to retain the All-England Title, Hade Vansen and Doug Williams b Takeshi Moreshima and Muhammad Yone (GHC Tag Team Champs) in a non-title match, Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns b Dan Head and Max Voltage to win the Academy Best of 3 Series, Charlie Rage b Andy Simmonz, “The Wonderkid” Jonny Storm b “The Phoenix” Jody Fleisch and Billy Kidman in a 3-WAY #1 Contenders match to the FWA British Heavyweight Title, Bret Hart made a special appearance and gave a speech.
  • May 13, 2006 – FWA in Morecambe, England: Dave Rain and Chris Egan vs Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns ended in a No Contest, Five Star Flash b Spud, Jonny Storm b Dean 2 Xtreme (best match), Hade Vansen b Robbie Dynamite, Stevie Knight vs Robbie Brookside ended in a Double Count OUt, Team FWA b Team All-Star when Storm was the last man left in an elimination match. Team FWA gave Nikita flowers and mentioned this was the last time she would be in Morecambe (leaving to the U.S. to work for WWE).
  • May 20, 2006 – FWA: Academy – Way of The Warrior 2 in England at the Dickens Sports Hall Portsmouth: Mark Sloan b Wade Fitzgerald, Joel Redman b El Ligero, Eamon Shrahan b Dan Evans, Ollie Burns b Liam Brooks, Gallagher b Tommy Langford (Non-Tournament), Aviv Mayaan b Cameron and Marky B and Harry Mills and Dan James in a three way tag match, Dan Head b Justin Richards to retain the FWA:A title.
  • June 10, 2006 – FWA: Academy – Way Of The Warrior 3 in Hayling Island Hampshire at the Hayling Island Community Centre: Dan James b Gallagher (Quarter-Final), Ollie Burns b Mark Sloan (Quarter-Final), Aviv Mayaan b Joel Redman (Quarter-Final), Andy Simmonz b Tommy Langford, James Tighe b Wade Fitzgerald, Dan Head b Harry Mills to retain the FWA:A Championship.
  • June 24, 2006 – FWA: Academy – Way Of The Warrior 4 in England at the Charles Dickens Sports Hall Portsmouth: Max Voltage b Eamon Shrahan (Quarter-Final), Action Gallagher b Harry Mills (Non-Tournament), Mark Sloan b Tommy Langford, Dan James b Max Voltage (Semi-Final), Ollie Burns b Aviv Mayyan by forfeit due to injury, , Ollie Burns b Joel Redman (Non Tournament), Dan Head b Wade Fitzgerald in a Non title contest.
  • June 29, 2006 – FWA at The Winter Gardens, Cleethorpes, Lincs in front of 50 fans: Jamie Idol b Mick Romeo, “The Man Gravity Forgot” Pac b “Unbreakable” Stevie Lynn to retain the British Flyweight title, The UK Pitbulls (Bulk and Big D) b The EntouRAGE (Mark Sloan and Ollie Burns) in match #1 of a Best of 3 Series, Iceman w/Greg Lambert b Andy Boy Simmons, “The South City Thriller” Hade Vansen (FWA British Heavyweight Champion) b “The Pukka One” Darren Burridge in a Non-title match – Notes: After the match, Stevie Knight saved Darren Burridge from a beat down and challenged Hade Vansen to a Cleethorpes Street Fight when the FWA returns on September 23.
  • July 15, 2006 – FWA in Morecambe, England: Pac b Ross Jordan, The UK Pitbulls b The Enterage and Manchester Massive in a 3-WAY Tag match, Darren Burridge b Five Star Flash, Dirk Feelgood b Jonny Phere, Stevie Knight b Ross Jordan in an I Quit match, Robbie Brookside b Hade Vansen (c) and Jonny Storm in a 3-WAY to capture the FWA World title.
  • July 21, 2006 – FWA: Academy Way Of The Warrior 5 in England at the Hayling Island Community Centre: Wade Fitzgerald b Liam Brooks via KO,Harry Mills and Tommy Langford b Aviv Maayan and Max Voltage,Mark Sloan b Gallagher,Andy Boy Simmonz b Joel Redman,Dan Head b Hade Vansen via countout to retain the FWA:A Championship, Way Of The Warrior Final Dan James b Ollie Burns.
  • July 22, 2006 – FWA: Academy An Act Of War in England at the Charles Dickens Leisure Centre Portsmouth: Joel Redman b Gallagher via Submission, Harry Mills b Wade Fitzgerald, The match between Jake McLusky and Liam Brooks was ruled a No Contest due to a beat down on McLusky by Dan James, Hade Vansen b Max Voltage via Submission, Mark Haskins and Tommy Langford b Ollie Burns and Mark Sloan, Dan James b Dan Head to become the New FWA:A Champion.
  • July 28, 2006 – FWA: Academy Breakdown 2 in England at Horndean Technical College Waterlooville: Hade Vansen b Robbie Everest via Submission, Ross Jordan b Max Voltage, Joel Redman b Gallagher via Submission, The UK Kid b Aviv Maayan, Mark Sloan, Ollie Burns and Wade Fitzgerald b Harry Mills, Mark Haskins and Tommy Langford, Chris Hero b Dan Head.
  • July 30, 2006 – FWA: Academy Supercard 4 in England at the Aran Lesisure Centre Bognor Regis: Aviv Maayan b Max Voltage, Wade Fitzgerald b Harry Mills, LT Summers b Jamie Brum, Hade Vansen b Chris Hero and James Tighe by Pinning James Tighe, Mark Sloan and Ollie Burn b Mark Haskins and Tommy Langford in a Steel Cage Grudge match, Kikutaro b Gallagher, Dan Head and Doug Williams b Takashi Sugiura and Yoshinbu Kanemaru.
  • August 11, 2006 – Frontier Wrestling Alliance – FWA vs ROH in Portsmouth, England: Max Voltage and Dan Head b The Briscoe Brothers (Mark and Jay), Jimmy Rave b Jamie Brum, B.J. Whitmer b James Tighe, Harry Mills b Roderick Strong, Austin Aries b Ollie Burns, American Dragon b Mark Sloan in a Non-title match.

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