AWF (Australia) Update February 2008

AWF NEWS UPDATE FEBRUARY/MARCH 2008

Welcome to the AWF News Update for Feb/March 2008.

January proved to be exciting, with AWF announcing shows in New Zealand, major happenings at New Years Revolution events including a new Young Lion’s Champion crowned, Taku Iwasa from Dragon Gate Japan announced as touring and much more.

Thanks for your support in the rain at the January live events, and here’s the latest in detail from AWF.

AWF RANKINGS FEBRUARY 2008

AWF Australasian Champion: TNT

1. Taku Iwasa

2. Il Cognito

3. D-Hoya

4. Mark Hilton

5. Krackerjack

AWF Young Lion’s Champion: Jay Law

1. Bluey Bonza

2. Rob The Scientist

3. Powerhouse Theo

4. Kid Dynamite

5. Billy Flyswat

AWF Tag Team Champions: Surf Club: Scotty Club & Adam Hoffman

1. Zero Gravity: Billy Flyswat & Chris X

2. Platinum Players: Kid Dynamite & Steve Ravenous

3. Black Venum: Zander Bathory & Toxin

4. The Freakshow: Il Cognito & Massive Q

4. Bastard Brothers: Krackerjack & Logan

UPCOMING AWF LIVE EVENTS

AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT

@ WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL

MT COOK, NEW ZEALAND

FRI 22 FEBRUARY, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) makes its New Zealand debut, bringing its exciting live pro-wrestling style to Wellington, featuring an assortment of the premier pro-wrestling talent from Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

The “Australasian Pro-Wrestling Summit” will be the launch event of AWF in Wellington, with regular shows to follow throughout 2008. AWF New Zealand representative Shanan Gough commented “We are excited to bring AWF to Wellington, and are looking to make an impact here, continuing to improve the quality of wrestling shows in NZ. We look forward to bringing the wrestling fans of New Zealand an exciting and progressive style of pro-wrestling that they can support and be proud of.”

The first ever AWF Wellington event will showcase the AWF Australasian and Young Lion’s Championship’s being defended, plus additional special feature bouts, to make the event a massive 6 bout super card.

The AWF Australasian Championship will be on the line, when Australia’s number one wrestler TNT defends his title against New Zealand’s most outstanding locally based wrestler of the past decade, D-Hoya.

TNT defeated Cima of Japan for the AWF Australasian Championship on 7 January, 2007, and remains champion to the present, defeating the world’s top independent wrestlers including X-Pac, Steve Ravenous, Billy Kidman and former World Champion’s Steve Corino, Bryan Danielson and Austin Aries.

D-Hoya is a 4 time New Zealand Heavyweight Champion, and is the most prolific NZ champion this era has ever seen. Combining strength and finesse, D-Hoya has all of the makings to become New Zealand’s first AWF Australasian Champion.

In addition to his vast in ring skills, D-Hoya will have the support of his home town fans in Wellington, and this edge could just be the difference in this battle between Australia and New Zealand’s best wrestlers.

In the “International Challenge Bout” Dragon Gate Japan’s Taku Iwasa will face AWF Australia’s Billy Flyswat in a 2 out of 3 falls bout that promises to be a technical wrestling classic.

Both participants will look to impress in their first time on New Zealand soil, and victory here will propel them up in the AWF rankings.

Iwasa will represent his group “Tozawajuku” of DG Japan and Flyswat will represent “The Detonation Crew” of AWF Australia.

In a New Zealand Vs Australia bout, Jimmy Sparx will defend his NZWPW Championship against Platinum Player JT Robinson.

The more experienced and larger Robinson will look to use his sneaky tactic and superior size to try to shock the NZ Championship away from Sparx.

The popular Jimmy Sparx will no doubt use his speed and electricity to take away JT’s power advantage, and retain his coveted NZ Championship.

The Young Lion’s under 25’s Championship will be on the line, with new champion Jay Law making the trip from Australia for his first title defense, set to face New Zealand’s top rising prodigy, JC Starr.

This bout will see two young athletes giving it their all and putting their fighting spirit on the line in a bout for the most prestigious junior title in the region.

In other exciting bouts as part of the big Wellington line up, Dan Stirling & Rehua defend the NZWPW Tag Team Championships against Axl & Belthazar, and to round out the card Platinum Players member, and of Kiwi origin, Kid Dynamite, will face the party going sensation who just returned from a successful Japanese wrestling tour, Chris Trance.

In addition to the Pro-Wrestling Summit Live event, there will be the Pro-Wrestling Summit Meet and Greet before the event.

Fans will be able to ask the wrestlers questions, obtain autographs and photos, and get up close and personal with the likes of TNT, Taku Iwasa, The Platinum Players and other AWF stars. All that attend the meet and greet will receive an AWF poster for signing by the wrestlers in attendance.

“Australasian Pro-Wrestling Summit” is sure to be huge event kick starting AWF in New Zealand, so if you are looking for a fun night out be sure to make it along and support the Australasian Wrestling Federation at Wellington High School.

We advise to book early to avoid disappointment as AWF events are often turn away sell outs.

AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT CARD

AWF Australasian Title: TNT (Aust) (c) Vs D-Hoya (NZ)

NZWPW Title: Jimmy Sparx (NZ) (c) Vs JT Robinson (Aust)

International Challenge: Taku Iwasa (Japan) Vs Billy Flyswat (Australia)

AWF Young Lion’s Championship: Jay Law (Aust) (c) Vs JC Starr (NZ)

NZWPW Tag Titles: Dan Stirling & Rehua (c) Vs Axl & Belthazar

Chris Trance (Aust) Vs Kid Dynamite (NZ)

(Subject to Change)

AWF WRESTLING PRESENTS “AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND”
FRI 22 FEBRUARY, 2008 – 8 PM BELLTIME
WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, 246 TARANAKI ST, MT COOK, WELLINGTON
TICKETS: RINGSIDE: $30, GENERAL: $15

TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE AT http://www.actionfiguresonline.co.nz/index.php?cPath=187
OR AT THE DOOR ON NIGHT IF STILL AVAILABLE

ENQUIRIES: 027 715 2141

SHOW INFO: The AWF will deliver 2 hours plus of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters featuring talent from New Zealand, Australia and Japan.

AWF PRESENTS “PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT” MEET & GREET”
FRI 22 FEBRUARY, 2008 – 6:00 PM (Duration – 1 hour)
WELLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL, 246 TARANAKI ST, MT COOK, WELLINGTON
TICKETS: $15

TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE AT http://www.actionfiguresonline.co.nz/index.php?cPath=187
OR AT THE DOOR ON NIGHT IF STILL AVAILABLE

ENQUIRIES: 027 715 2141

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AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT

@ YMCA LYNFIELD,

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND

SAT 23 FEBRUARY, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) makes its Auckland debut, presenting live pro-wrestling featuring an assortment of the premier wrestling talent from Australia, New Zealand and Japan.

The “Australasian Pro-Wrestling Summit” will be the launch event of AWF in Auckland, with regular shows to follow throughout 2008. AWF New Zealand representative Shanan Gough commented “We are excited to bring AWF to Auckland, and are looking to make an impact here, continuing to improve the quality of wrestling shows in NZ. We look forward to bringing the wrestling fans of New Zealand an exciting and progressive style of pro-wrestling that they can support and be proud of.”

The first ever AWF Auckland event will showcase the AWF Australasian and Young Lion’s Championship’s being defended, plus additional special feature bouts, to make the event a massive 6 bout super card.

The AWF Australasian Championship will be on the line, when Australia’s number one wrestler and “Detonation Crew” leader, TNT defends his title against Dragon Gate Japan’s top rising star Taku Iwasa.

TNT defeated Dragon Gate Japan’s ace, Cima for the AWF Australasian Championship on 7 January, 2007, and remains champion to the present. Since winning the prestigious Championship, TNT has defeating the world’s top independent wrestlers including X-Pac, Steve Ravenous, Billy Kidman and former World Champion’s Steve Corino, Bryan Danielson and Austin Aries.

In June 2007, TNT visited Japan, and faced off with Iwasa in 6 man action. TNT’s team mate Lupin Matsutani was pinned in the bout, but this was TNT’s only loss in Japan for his trip, and the exchange between the two was very heated, so TNT will no doubt be looking to exact revenge.

Taku Iwasa is one of the rising stars of the “Tozawa-Juku” group in Dragon Gate Japan, and recently main evented against Cima in a heated contest. Iwasa would like nothing better than to bring the AWF Australasian Championship back to Japan and put it in Cima’s face, and become the pride of Japan’s flourishing wrestling scene.

This bout promises to be intense and hard hitting, laced with technical aspects that will make it a quality display of what AWF sets out to represent on its live events.

The NZWPW Title will be on the line in Auckland, defended by Jimmy Sparx, who will face Australia’s Billy Flyswat, in what promises to be a technical and high flying bout. Sparx has been tearing up the competition in New Zealand since winning his Championship and has faced all comers.

Flyswat is a former AWF Young Lion’s Champion, and has recently joined forces with TNT, Chris X and Powerhouse Theo to form “The Detonation Crew”. If Flyswat is successful in his quest to win the NZWPW Title, and TNT retains the Australasian Championship, “The Detonation Crew” will without question be the most dominant faction in the region.

In a huge New Zealand Vs Australia Challenge bout, New Zealand’s wrestling machine D-Hoya, will face “Platinum Players” member JT Robinson of Australia in heavyweight action.

D-Hoya is a 4 time New Zealand Heavyweight Champion, and is the most prolific NZ champion this era has ever seen. Combining strength and finesse, D-Hoya has all of the tools to qualify as New Zealand’s best.

JT Robinson is a worldly experienced wrestler that is a former AWF Tag Team Champion with Kid Dynamite, and has come close to winning the Australasian Championship on more than one occasion. His ability to bend the rules and get away with it is unmatched in AWF, and his 10 plus years in the business makes him one of the most crafty but still youthful veterans.

The New Zealand versus Australia rivalry will be at the forefront during this bout, as the loser will have to kiss the other countries flag.

The Young Lion’s under 25’s Championship will be on the line in 3 way action, with new champion Jay Law making the trip from Australia, set to face former champion Kid Dynamite, and the high energy skills of Chris Trance.

Jay Law defeated Powerhouse Theo on 19 January in Blacktown, NSW, Australia to begin his second reign as Young Lion’s Champion. Law has competed in the USA during 2007, and has firmly cemented himself as one of the top wrestlers in Australia.

Kid Dynamite is a former AWF Tag Team and Young Lion’s Champion, and one of the cockiest wrestlers in the world. The Platinum Players member of Kiwi origin, has been telling all that will listen he is coming home to NZ to show everyone how good he is and in front of family members will take the Young Lion’s Championship.

Melbourne, Australia’s Chris Trance was impressive in AWF in 2007, and has just returned from a successful Japanese tour, leading him to his first title shot in AWF. The party going Trance says he will take the Law into his own hands, and come away with the title in the process.

This bout will see three diverse young athletes giving it their all and putting their fighting spirit on the line in a bout for the most prestigious junior title in the region.

In other exciting bouts as part of the big Auckland line up, Dan Stirling & Rehua defend the NZWPW Tag Team Championships against the team of Infinate Avalanche, the sneaky Downtown Danny will battle Wellington’s own heavyweight prodigy, the impressive Levi, and the high flying veteran Skyhawk will face US trained Les Thatcher graduate, the outstanding Tommy Combat.

In addition to the Pro-Wrestling Summit Live event, there will be the Pro-Wrestling Summit Meet and Greet before the event.

Fans will be able to ask the wrestlers questions, obtain autographs and photos, and get up close and personal with the likes of TNT, Taku Iwasa, The Platinum Players and other AWF stars. All that attend the meet and greet will receive an AWF poster for signing by the wrestlers in attendance.

“Australasian Pro-Wrestling Summit” is sure to be huge event kick starting AWF in Auckland, so if you are looking for a fun night out be sure to make it along and support the Australasian Wrestling Federation at YMCA Lynfield.

We advise to book early to avoid disappointment as AWF events are often turn away sell outs.

AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT AUCKLAND CARD

AWF Australasian Title: TNT (Aust) (c) Vs Taku Iwasa (Japan)

NZWPW Title: Jimmy Sparx (NZ) (c) Vs Billy Flyswat (Aust)

NZ Vs AUST Challenge: D-Hoya Vs JT Robinson (Aust)

AWF Young Lion’s Championship: Jay Law (c) Vs Chris Trance Vs Kid Dynamite

NZWPW Tag Titles: Dan Stirling & Rehua (c) Vs Adam Avalanche & Infinity

Downtown Danny Vs Levi

Tommy Combat Vs Skyhawk

(Subject to Change)

AWF WRESTLING PRESENTS “AUSTRALASIAN PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND”
SAT 23 FEBRUARY, 2008 – 7 PM BELLTIME
YMCA LYNFIELD, GRIFFEN PARK RD, LYNFIELD, AUCKLAND
TICKETS: RINGSIDE: $30, GENERAL: $15

TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE AT http://www.actionfiguresonline.co.nz/index.php?cPath=187
OR AT THE DOOR ON NIGHT IF STILL AVAILABLE

ENQUIRIES: 027 715 2141

SHOW INFO: The AWF will deliver 2 hours plus of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters featuring talent from New Zealand, Australia and Japan.

AWF PRESENTS “PRO-WRESTLING SUMMIT” MEET & GREET”
SAT 23 FEBRUARY, 2008 – 5:00 PM (Duration – 1 hour)
YMCA LYNFIELD, GRIFFEN PARK RD, LYNFIELD, AUCKLAND
TICKETS: $15

TICKETS ON SALE NOW ONLINE AT http://www.actionfiguresonline.co.nz/index.php?cPath=187
OR AT THE DOOR ON NIGHT IF STILL AVAILABLE

ENQUIRIES: 027 715 2141

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FIGHTING SPIRIT 2008

AWF DOJO, ST ANDREWS

FRI 29 FEB, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) returns to its home base, the AWF Dojo in St Andrews on Friday 29 February to present an evening of exciting and fun filled up close and in your face pro-wrestling action.

The “Fighting Spirit 2008” line up will feature the rising wrestlers of the AWF showcasing their talents in entertaining pro-wrestling bouts featuring singles and tag team formats in an event suitable for all ages.

A huge card has been planned that will feature a variety of different personalities and wrestling styles, with the main event for the evening featuring a special Japan versus Australia bout, with Dragon Gate Japan’s Taku Iwasa, taking on AWF’s “Aussie Battler” Bluey Bonza.

Bluey Bonza was awarded the 2007 Future Prospect End of Year Award, for being the premier up and coming wrestler in Australia. On January 19 he defended the honor of Australia by defeating Ireland’s Harry Hardshaw in a loser leaves the country bout. The in form Bluey will have the opportunity to show his skills and solidify himself as a top performer in his first main event, against Japan’s top rising star, Taku Iwasa.

Iwasa has come to Australia to defeat AWF’s best, and will use his high impact suplexes and backslide moves to try to down Bluey, and get one step closer to the AWF Title.

The AWF Tag Team Titles will be defended at “Fighting Spirit 2008”, with the super popular team of local Campbelltown resident Scotty Club, and partner Adam Hoffman, who make up the Championship duo of “Surf Club”, taking on the team of “Black Venum” comprising of Zander Bathory and Toxin.

In AWF Young Lion’s Under 25’s Championship action, Jay Law and Billy Flyswat will re-ignite their rivalry over who is the best junior wrestler in Australia.

Other bouts scheduled for the evening will see Maquarie Field’s trouble maker JT Robinson face funny man Max Comic. The high flying Chris X will battle cocky Kid Dynamite. Steve Ravenous will try to extinguish “Raging” Nick Ferno, plus there will be the debut of new AWF wrestlers and surprises galore!

The “Fighting Spirit 2007” event promises to be a fun filled evening suitable for wrestling fans of all ages and will no doubt be a more than memorable night. A great evening for the whole family.

FIGHTING SPIRIT 2008 CARD

Japan Vs Australia: Taku Iwasa Vs Bluey Bonza

AWF Tag Team Titles: Black Venum Vs Surf Club

AWF Young Lion’s Title: Billy Flyswat Vs Jay Law

Steve Ravenous Vs Nick Ferno

Kid Dynamite Vs Chris X

JT Robinson Vs Max Comic

AWF PRO-WRESTLING PRESENTS “FIGHTING SPIRIT 2008”

When: Friday 29 February – 8 pm

Where: AWF Dojo / Southwest Kickboxing- 7/32 Swettenham Rd, St Andrews

Cost: $15 available at the door or by booking at www.awfwrestling.com.au

Enquiries: For more information about the AWF and its School of Pro-Wrestling visit www.awfwrestling.com.au or call 0410 69 1377.

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AUSTRALIA’S CUP 2008

@ BLACKTOWN RSL

SAT 1 MARCH, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) returns to Blacktown, NSW on Sat 1 March for one of it’s biggest events of the year, the 2008 Australia’s Cup.

A huge evening of pro-wrestling action, featuring Australia’s top professional wrestlers plus a special Japanese visitor is planned for the second of the bi monthly events at Blacktown RSL for 2008.

The first event at Blacktown for 2008 on 19 January set the stage for the Australia’s Cup tournament, with tensions between some of the participants flaring.

Powerhouse Theo and Steve Ravenous will face off in Bracket A of the tournament to see who will go into the final. At the January Blacktown event, Ravenous and his Platinum Players associates interfered in Theo’s bout, costing him to lose the AWF Young Lion’s Championship which he had held for 10 months. Later in the card Theo gained a small measure of retribution by interfering in Steve Ravenous’ Australasian Title Bout against TNT, leading to TNT gaining the advantage to score the victory.

Both men are all fired up and ready to take their anguish out on each other in Bracket A.

Bracket B of the tournament will see Mark “The Hammer” Hilton take on the mammoth of “The Freakshow” Massive Q.

After defeating Krackerjack in the NSW Vs Victoria bout at Blacktown on 19 January, Hilton declared that he would make up for last year, where he fell to Steve Ravenous in the final, and win the Australia’s Cup, to show how proud he is of Australia.

Massive Q commented that he would be taking Hilton out, then would win the final, and would become number 1 contender, then take the Australasian Title from TNT. It would be a clean sweep, and the freaks of the world would revel.

The Australia’s Cup will be a highly contested prize, and the winner will receive an AWF Australasian Title shot at their will.

In the other headline attraction of the evening, their will be an Australia Versus Japan bout with the Australasian Championship on the line, when Taku Iwasa of Dragon Gate Japan challenges AWF Title holder TNT of Australia.

Both men are no strangers to each other as they have faced off in Japan in mid 2007, and are scheduled to battle in New Zealand on 23 February.

The bout promises to be a hard hitting and intense affair that showcases the progressive style that both AWF and Dragon Gate encompass in the ring. With national pride on the line, and both representing their respective groups, Iwasa’s being “Tozawajuku” and TNT’s being the newly formed “Detonation Crew” this promises to be an explosive Title Bout to say the least.

In other heart pumping action as part of the Australia’s Cup line up, the super popular Surf Club defend the AWF Tag Team Championships against Detonation Crew members Billy Flyswat & Chris X, Jay Law defends his newly acquired Young Lion’s Championship against Bluey Bonza plus there will be many surprises on the night.

“AWF Australia’s Cup 2008” is sure to be a top notch evening of pro-wrestling action, so if you are looking for a fun night out be sure to make it along and support the Australasian Wrestling Federation at Blacktown RSL.

We advise to book early to avoid disappointment as recent AWF events have been turn away sell outs.

AUSTRALIA’S CUP 2008 CARD

Australia’s Cup Tournamnet

Bracket A: Steve Ravenous Vs Powerhouse Theo

Bracket B: Massive Q Vs Mark Hilton

Winner of Bracket A and B will face of in the final for the Australia’s Cup in the main event of the evening.

AWF Australasian Title: Taku Iwasa (Japan) Vs TNT (Aust)

AWF Tag Team Titles: Billy Flyswat & Chris X Vs Surf Club

AWF Young Lion’s Title: Bluey Bonza Vs Jay Law

(Subject to Change)

AWF PRO-WRESTLING PRESENTS “NEW YEARS REVOLUTION”
SAT 1 MARCH, 2008 – 7 PM BELLTIME
BLACKTOWN RSL CLUB, SECOND AVE, BLACKTOWN, NSW
TICKETS: RINGSIDE: $25, GENERAL: $15

TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT THE CLUB
PH: 9622 5222 OR AT THE DOOR IF AVAILABLE

SHOW INFO: The AWF will deliver 2 hours plus of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters.

Show enquiries call 0410 691 377
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“CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL 2008”

@ CARDIFF PANTHERS

SUN 2 MARCH, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) makes its return to Cardiff Panthers on Sunday 2 March with a huge afternoon of pro-wrestling action, featuring Australia’s top professional wrestlers and international visitors.

The AWF will deliver over 2 hours of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters.

The Cardiff line up will showcase all AWF Championships being defended, and special feature bouts, to make the event a massive 6 bout super card.

The AWF Australasian Championship will be on the line, when leader of the “Detonation Crew” TNT, defends his title against long term arch rival, and ringmaster of “The Freakshow”, Il Cognito.

Both TNT and Il Cognito have a storied history, exchanging the Australasian Championship in the past, and have never seen eye to eye. Recently at an AWF event in Fairy Meadow on 18 January, after TNT defeated Freakshow member Massive Q, Cognito attacked his arch rival TNT, beating him down, until TNT’s friend Powerhouse Theo intervened and saved TNT from permanent injury. Cognito says Fairy Meadow was just a taste of what he will do at Cardiff, and he is looking forward to taking the championship for all the freaks of the world on March 2.

In another main event bout, it will be a Japan Versus Australia Challenge match, pitting Australia’s Mark Hilton against Japan’s Taku Iwasa.

Both men are very evenly matched in the martial arts, holding black belts and winning various tournaments. When it comes to wrestling however, the twos styles are different. Hilton uses a spectacular style, incorporating flips and high high flying, whereas Iwasa uses throws and heavy intensity strikes to defeat opponents.

This bout promises to be an intense clash of two exciting styles.

Another huge under card is planned for Cardiff, which will feature intriguing and exciting match ups such as a the Tag Team Championship’s being defended with “The Surf Club” taking on Powerhouse Theo & Chris X. There will be a Young Lion’s Title defense with Jay Law battling challenger Rob “The Scientist” Best. A three way contenders bout will see Bluey Bonza, Massive Q and JT Robinson go at it in a heavyweight showdown. Returning from Canada, Jason Helton will battle popular fan favourite, Billy Flyswat. All this plus surprises galore will round out the Championship Carnival card.

“AWF Championship Carnival 2008” is sure to be great evening packed with surprises galore, so if you are looking for a fun night out be sure to make it along and support the Australasian Wrestling Federation at Cardiff Panthers.

We advise to book early to avoid disappointment as recent AWF events have been turn away sell outs. Tickets on sale now at the club.

CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL 2008 CARDIFF CARD

AWF Australasian Title: Il Cognito Vs TNT (c)

AWF Tag Team Titles: Powerhouse Theo & Chris X Vs Surf Club (c)

AWF Young Lion’s Championship: Rob The Scientist Vs Jay Law (c)

Japan Vs Australia: Taku Iwasa Vs Mark Hilton

Canada Vs Australia: Jason Helton Vs Billy Flyswat

Heavyweight Triple Threat: Massive Q Vs Bluey Bonza Vs JT Robinson

AWF PRO-WRESTLING PRESENTS “CHAMPIONSHIP CARNIVAL 2008”
SUN 2 MARCH, 2008 – 3:00 PM BELLTIME

CARDIFF PANTHERS, CNR MUNIBUNG & PENDLEBURY RDS, CARDIFF, NSW
TICKETS: RINGSIDE: $25, GENERAL: $15
TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT THE CLUB
PH: 02 4979 1900 OR AT THE DOOR IF AVAILABLE

CATERED TABLES ALSO AVAILABLE. Phone: 0427 232 472

SHOW INFO: The AWF will deliver 2 1/2 hours of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters.

Visit www.awfwrestling.com.au or call 0410 691 377

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WOLLONGONG WARFARE

@ FAIRY MEADOW FRATERNITY CLUB

FRI 14 MARCH, 2008

The Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) returns to Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club on Friday 14 March to present its second event at the venue for 2008, aptly titled “Wollongong Warfare”.

The event itself will showcase the best AWF has to offer in a variety of special feature bouts, making the night a massive 6 bout super card that will offer over 2 hours of live action suitable for the family.

The main event for the evening will feature Tag Team Warfare stemming from January’s Fairy Meadow card, and will pit Australia’s number one wrestler, and Australasian Champion, TNT, teaming with his “Detonation Crew” tag team partner Powerhouse Theo, taking on the team of “The Freakshow” consisting of “Ringmaster” Il Cognito, and the largest man in the AWF, the 200 cm, 165 kg, Massive Q, accompanied by burlesque dancer extraordinaire, Alison Wonderland.

The tag team bout came about as a result of January’s main event which saw TNT defeat Massive Q in a grueling Title match, but was then ambushed by Il Cognito and Alison Wonderland after the bout, leading to Powerhouse Theo entering and saving TNT from permanent injury. After regaining consciousness TNT challenged “The Freakshow” to a tag team bout to set up for March 14.

With both sides feeling high levels of intense rivalry, this will no doubt be “Warfare” in the main event.

Elsewhere on the card new Young Lion’s Under 25’s Champion Jay Law will face up and comer Max Comic in what promises to be an exciting bout.

Comic upset former YLC Kid Dynamite at the January Fairy Meadow event. If lightning strikes again, we could see a new champion at Fairy Meadow.

Tag Team Championship action will see the popular title holders “The Surf Club” – Adam Hoffman and Scotty Club, take on “Platinum Players” combination of Steve Ravenous and Kid Dynamite.

After defeating the Players combination of Ravenous and JT Robinson at the January event, the Players have changed their line up to include the faster Kid Dynamite in the place of JT Robinson for this bout. This psychological change could be what the Players need to take the titles from the white hot Surf Club.

In other exciting match ups, in a fan favourites face off, Mark “The Hammer” Hilton will wrestle with the fiery Nick Ferno, “Platinum Player” JT Robinson will duel with the whacky Rob “The Scientist” Best, and in a battle of regular tag team partners Toxin & Zander Bathory of “Black Venum” will slug it out in a wild dog collar bout.

“AWF Wollongong Warefare” is sure to be great evening packed with surprises galore, so if you are looking for a fun night out be sure to make it along and support the Australasian Wrestling Federation at Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club.

We advise to book early to avoid disappointment as AWF events are often turn away sell outs.

WOLLONGONG WARFARE FAIRY MEADOW CARD

Tag Team Warfare: Il Cognito & Massive Q Vs TNT & Powerhouse Theo

AWF Young Lion’s Title: Max Comic Vs Jay Law (c)

AWF Tag Team Titles: Steve Ravenous & Kid Dynamite Vs Surf Club (c)

Black Venum Dog Collar Bout: Zander Bathory Vs Toxin

Nick Ferno Vs Mark Hilton

JT Robinson Vs “The Scientist” Rob Best

* Subject to Change

AWF PRO-WRESTLING PRESENTS “NEW YEARS REVOLUTION”
FRI 14 MARCH, 2008 – 8:00 PM BELLTIME
FAIRYMEADOW FRATERNITY CLUB: 11 BOURKE ST, FAIRY MEADOW
TICKETS: RINGSIDE: $25, GENERAL: $15
TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT THE CLUB
PH: 02 4283 3333 OR AT THE DOOR IF AVAILABLE

SHOW INFO: The AWF will deliver 2 hours plus of action packed sports entertainment suitable for all ages in a huge card that will showcase a variety of different matches, fighting styles and characters.

Show Enquiries Call: 0410 691 377

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AWF LIVE EVENTS RESULTS JANUARY 2008

New Years Revolution Fairy Meadow

Fri 18 January, 2008

Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club

Fairy Meadow, NSW

Attendance: 160

Results:

Max Comic b Kid Dynamite, Harry Hardshaw b Laser, AWF Tag Team Titles: Surf Club b Platinum Players: Steve Ravenous & JT Robinson, YLC: Powerhouse Theo b Chris X, Il Cognito b Nick Ferno, AWF Title Contenders Bout: Krackerjack b Bluey Bonza, AWF Title: TNT b Massive Q

Notes:

– This was AWF’s first show of 2008. Wet and windy weather outside, did not keep fans who attended from having a good time.

– The Freakshow opened the show, with Il Cognito declaring after being put through a table by Sabu last time in Fairy Meadow, now he is even more crazy, and tonight Q will bring The Freakshow the AWF Title. TNT entered and told fans he would walk away still as their AWF Champion.

– Max Comic scored his first win in AWF, shooting him up the Young Lion’s ranks, upsetting the cocky Kid Dynamite.

– Laser from Victoria made a strong showing in his AWF debut, however was upended by a sneaky pin with a handful of tights by Harry Hardshaw.

– Surf Club were super popular with the Fairy Meadow fans in their Tag Title defence win over Platinum Players; Steve Ravenous and JT Robinson

– Powerhouse Theo and Chris X had an evenly fought bout, with Theo using leverage to roll through a superplex to get the win. Both shook hands and showed respect after the bout.

– Il Cognito was more vicious than ever in his win over Nick Ferno.

– Harry Hardshaw distracted Bluey Bonza in their ongoing rivalry, which led to a “Britney Spear” from Krackerjack to earn him an AWF Title shot down the track. Afterwoods Bluey was all fired up and challenged Hardshaw to a loser leaves the country bout for the next day in Blacktown. After much indecision, Hardshaw accepted.

– In the main event TNT pinned Massive Q with a twisting top rope legdrop after interference from The Freakshow backfired. As TNT celebrated raising the AWF Title, Il Cognito grabbed him and gave him a stroke, then Q followed with a big splash. As The Freakshow continued to beat on TNT, Powerhouse Theo charged the ring, spearing Q, and getting rid of Il Cognito. A dazed TNT blocked a slap from Alison Wonderland and atomic dropped her, sending her out of the ring. TNT asked Theo to be his partner, and challenged Freakshow to a tag bout at the March Fairy Meadow event.

AWF returns to Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club on Fri 14 March, 2008 for Wollongong Warfare.

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New Years Revolution Blacktown

Sat 19 January, 2008

Blacktown RSL

Blacktown, NSW

Attendance: 220

Results:

Billy Flyswat & Chris X b The Freakshow, Mark Hilton b Krackerjack, AWF Young Lion’s Championship: Jay Law b Powerhouse Theo to win title, AWF Tag Titles: Surf Club b Black Venum, Loser Leaves Australia: Bluey Bonza b Harry Hardshaw, AWF Australasian Title: TNT b Steve Ravenous

Notes:

– The Platinum Players opened the show documenting their history with TNT, stating it was 1 year ago that Kid Dynamite turned on TNT, and Steve Ravenous had his AWF Title stolen. The Players declared that the AWF Title was coming back to the PP. TNT entered and said he would keep the belt and finish taking out The Players by pinning Ravenous.

– In the Tag Team Contenders bout, Flyswat and X pinned The Freakshow with a double high flying attack on Q to earn a Tag Title shot at Blacktown on 1 March.

– After pinning Krackerjack in the NSW Vs VIC bout, Mark Hilton declared he would win the Australia’s Cup and become number 1 contender.

– Jay Law ended Powerhouse Theo’s 10 month Young Lion’s Championship reign when Steve Ravenous interfered clocking Theo with a pair of handcuffs, leading to the Law Enforcement slam and pin. An exchange of funds between Law and The Platinum Players was reportedly seen backstage. This makes Jay Law the first 2 time Young Lion’s Champion, and culminates their many month feud.

– The super popular Surf Club defeated Black Venum with the Wipeout. There were a large section of fans in Surf Club colours and streamers.

– Bluey Bonza defeated Harry Hardshaw in the Loser Leaves Australia bout after a back and forth battle. Bonza will recieve a YLC bout at Australia’s Cup.

– TNT and Steve Raveonous fought an evenly contested intense championship rematch bout. The end saw referee Erich D’Kreiger interfered with by Ravenous, and The Players triple teamed TNT, setting him up on a table. TNT’s new friend Powerhouse Theo, obviously enraged by what happened at the hands of Ravenous earlier in the card entered, spearing Ravenous, and Chris X and Billy Flyswat took out JT & Dyno. TNT set up a table in the corner and rolling kicked Ravenous through it, then Theo manhandled Ravenous to TNT, who delivered The Detonator. New AWF referee, “Little” Ben Woody, who was ravaged by the Players at the October Blacktown event while still a fan, then entered and counted the pinfall for the TNT victory, and the bent out of shape Players headed for higher ground. After the bout TNT took the mic and thanked his friends for their help and said they were forming a new group called The Detonation Crew to counter the Players and anyone else who gets in their way.

Next Blacktown RSL event is Australia’s Cup on Sat 1 March, 2008. Tickets on sale at venue now!

Announced Bouts:

4 Man Australia’s Cup Tournament Bouts: Mark Hilton Vs Massive Q, Powerhouse Theo Vs Steve Ravenous – winners to face off in final for Aust Cup and future title shot, AWF Tag Titles: Surf Club Vs Billy Flyswat & Chris X, Young Lion’s Title: Jay Law Vs Bluey Bonza, AWF Australasian Title: TNT Vs Taku Iwasa (Dragon Gate Japan)
AWF NEWSWIRE

– AWF opened 2008 with 2 exciting shows as part of the New Years Revolution weekend on 18 & 19 January.

The events were jam packed with huge bouts and happenings and will set the scene for February and March events.

– TNT remains AWF Australasian Champion successfully defending his Title against Massive Q at Fairy Meadow & Steve Ravenous at Blacktown. In coming weeks TNT will defend his Championship against D-Hoya of New Zealand, Taku Iwasa of Japan, and Il Cognito of The Freakshow.

– Surf Club remain AWF Australasian Tag Team Champions after defeating Platinum Players Robinson & Ravenous and Black Venum at January events. February will see Surf Club face Black Venum, Chris X & Billy Flyswat and Platinum Players: Kid Dynamite & Steve Ravenous.

Surf Club’s popularity at January events was through the roof, with many supporters carrying signs and appearing dressed in Surf Club colours. AWF urges fans to continue to show great support for your favourite AWF wrestlers!

– Jay Law ended Powerhouse Theo’s 10 month Young Lion’s Championship reign at Blacktown RSL on 19 January. The result came as the “Platinum Players” interfered in the bout distracting referee Ben Woody, and Steve Ravenous clocked Theo with a pair of hand cuffs, allowing Law to hit his Law Enforcement slam to become new champion. Along the way to the title Law employed every dirty trick and legal loop hole to gain advantage in the feud, and even during the title bout he appeared to be over oiled up so Theo was unable to handle him correctly. The AWF board has ruled despite these tactics the referees pinfall is final and the title change will stay, however, excessive oil will be banned from being applied to a wrestlers body in future to avoid controversial situations and slippage injuries in the future.

Jay Law will defend his newly won Championship against JC Starr of New Zealand, Chris Trance & Kid Dynamite in 3 way action, Rob The Scientist and Bluey Bonza in upcoming defences. A rematch between Law and Theo is being scheduled for the future.
– AWF is pleased to announce the opening of its New Zealand branch, with it’s inaugural cards to take place on Fri 22 Feb in Wellington, and Sat 23 Feb in Auckland.
Mr Shanan Gough will be the main AWF point of contact in New Zealand, and will oversee the New Zealand office. Shanan commented “We are excited to bring AWF to New Zealand, and are looking to make an impact here, continuing to improve the quality of wrestling shows in NZ. We plan to run live events on a regular basis in 2008 and beyond, that incorporate the top local and international guest wrestlers. We look forward to bringing the wrestling fans of New Zealand an exciting and progressive style of pro-wrestling that they can support and be proud of.”
As part of the first tour entitled “Australasian Pro-Wrestling Summit”, wrestlers from Australia, Japan and New Zealand will be represented. AWF Australasian Champion TNT, AWF Young Lion’s Champion Jay Law will represent Australia among others as part of the first tour. Taku Iwasa of Dragon Gate Pro-Wrestling will represent Japan, and New Zealand will be represented by it’s top wrestlers D-Hoya, Jimmy Sparx and many more.
Be sure to attend these historic nights in NZ wrestling, as they will feature some of the best action NZ fans have ever witnessed, and will set the scene for future events.
AWF looks forward to putting on some great shows in NZ and hopes you will join us for the ride in 2008 and beyond.
For AWF NZ event tickets visit www.actionfiguresonline.co.nz

– A website specifically for AWF in New Zealand has been set up at www.awfwrestling.co.nz and will feature latest news, upcoming events, merchandise, tickets, profiles and more. It will be online in the coming days.
Be sure to check the site regularly for the latest AWF happenings in NZ.

– Join the AWF Street Team! For your chance to be part of the AWF in Australia or NZ and help promote upcoming events and recieve AWF rewards for your efforts, please email [email protected] and let us know you want to help as part of the AWF Street Team.

– AWF School of Pro-Wrestling May – July, 2008 Semester enrollments are now being accepted.

Full course information is at http://www.awfwrestling.com.au/awfschool.php . For those interested please send an email to [email protected] to receive an application.

We wish the new students who have started in the February course the best of luck, and look forward to seeing them in AWF rings in the future.

– Taku Iwasa of the “Tozawa-Juku” group from Dragon Gate Japan will appear on AWF NZ shows 22 & 23 Feb, and then come to Australia for events 29 Feb, 1 & 2 March. Iwasa is known for his high impact and technical style, which incorperates many original suplexes and backslide manouvres. Iwasa will look to do what other DG tourees have failed to: bring the AWF Title back to Japan. His appearances will no doubt be worth making the effort to catch so come and support Dragon Gate in Australia.

– Krackerjack’s contenders match win over Bluey Bonza on 18 Jan at Fairy Meadow puts him in line for an AWF Title shot in the future.

– “The Detonation Crew” forms! After successfully defending the AWF Australasian Championship against Steve Ravenous at Blacktown on 19 January with assistance from a well orchestrated counter to the Platinum Players in the form of Powerhouse Theo, Billy Flyswat and Chris X, TNT announced that he had had enough, and was forming an alliance with his friends that would be called “The Detonation Crew”. TNT stated that the new groups immediate objective will be to restore the balance of power in the AWF and put a stop to the Players sneak attacks. It will be interesting to see how this unit develops and operates, as all are good friends and have worked well when together. Be sure to be at upcoming AWF events to see the debut of the Detonation Crew as a foursome.

– Bluey Bonza has prevailed in his feud against Ireland’s Harry Hardshaw, winning the rubber bout in their series, and sending Hardshaw packing from Australia. After Hardshaw interfered in Bonza’s contender’s bout at Fairy Meadow against Krackerjack, costing him the win, Bluey got all fired up and challenged Hardshaw to a loser leaves the country bout. Hardshaw reluctantly accepted. At Blacktown both men bought flags to the ring and Bonza was victorious in the end, making Hardshaw tap out. AWF thanks Hardshaw for his time in AWF. Bluey Bonza will go on to face Jay Law at the Australia’s Cup event on 1 March at Blacktown.

– Raven and TNT will host special up close and personal wrestling seminars in Minto, NSW on Sat 12 April, and Auckland, NZ on Fri 18 April. The seminars will be open to ages 12 and up, and will discuss the ins and outs of the wrestling business, give fans and wrestlers a chance to ask questions, and will go through in ring situations. The cost will be $150 each and the session will last for 2 hours +. To be part of this unique experience send an email to [email protected] specifying you wish to take part and we will send along application and payment details.

– AWF is pleased to announce it will once again be involved with the Supanova Pop Culture Conventions accross Australia in 2008. After going down a treat at the October, 2007 Sydney event,
AWF will appear at Supanova events in Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney throughout 2008.
Dates are as follows:
28-30 March: Royal Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC
4-6 April: RNA SHowgrounds, Brisbane, QLD
20-22 June: The Dome, Olympic Park, Homebush, NSW
27-29 June, Claremont Showgrounds, Perth, WA
Visit www.supanova.com.au for up to the minute convention details and list of pop culture personalities set to appear.
Tickets available soon through www.ticketek.com

– The AWF video newswire will be completed in a few weeks and will be uploaded to the AWF website when completed.

– “Kiwi” Kyle Seminoff has joined the AWF commentary team, and will assist with voice overs on AWF DVDs. Kyle has many years pro-wrestling experience, and is also skilled in Mixed Martial Arts, and brings a New Zealander’s point of view to the commentary. Krackerjack and TNT have also been lending a hand on recent projects, with an International Invasion compilation DVD set for release in the future.

– New AWF T-Shirts and hats will be available at upcoming events in NZ and Australia.

– Thanks for your support of AWF, look forward to putting on great events in Feb & March. See you at the matches!
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AWF DVD’S SUPER SALE!
Keep up to date with AWF 2007 shows by watching them on home DVD. As a special offer to get fans into collecting our DVDs, you can choose 3 DVDs for $60, or individual titles for $25 each. (Add $5 postage per total order.)
Titles available by posting a cheque or money order made to AWF Wrestling: PO Box 473, Plumpton, NSW, 2761. Please enclose your name, address, email and phone number so we can send your goods and contact you. Delivery time 2-3 weeks.

NEW!
Year End Extravaganza – Central Coast

2 Dec, 2007

Central Coast Youth Club, Niagara Park, NSW

Il Cognito & Massive Q Vs Billy Flyswat & Max Comic, YLC: Jay Law Vs Powerhouse Theo, 3 Way: Kid Dynamite Vs JT Robinson Vs Steve Ravenous, AWF Tag Titles: Bluey Bonza & Harry Hardshaw Vs Surf Club, AWF Title: X-Pac Vs TNT

NEW!

Year End Extravaganza – Minto

1 Dec, 2007

Minto Indoor Sports Centre, Minto, NSW

YLC: Harry Hardshaw Vs Powerhouse Theo, Platinum Players Vs Bluey Bonza, AWF Title: Jay Law Vs TNT, Minto Street Fight: Steve Ravenous Vs Billy Flyswat, AWF Tag Titles: Freakshow Vs Surf Club, Mark Hilton Vs X-Pac

NEW!

Global Attack – Sydney

12 August, 2007

UNSW, Kensington, NSW

YLC: Harry Hardshaw Vs Powerhouse Theo, 3 Way: Il Cognito Vs Jay Law Vs Billy Flyswat, Steve Ravenous Vs Massive Q, AWF Title: Masato Tanaka Vs TNT, AWF Tag Titles: Bluey Bonza & The Captain Vs Platinum Players, Lebo Ceda Vs Mark Hilton, Steve Corino Vs Billy Kidman

NEW!

Double Dragon Gate Challenge – Wollongong

7 July, 2007

Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club, Fairy Meadow NSW

Il Cognito Vs Mike Vandal, Harry Hardshaw Vs Nick Ferno, YLC: Dr Waxhead Vs Powerhouse Theo, AWF Tag Titles: Bluey Bonza & Chris X Vs Platinum Players, Steve Ravenous Vs Scotty Club, Jay Law Vs The Captain, Masaaki Mochizuki & Ryo Saito Vs TNT & Billy Flyswat

NEW!

Double Dragon Gate Challenge – Penrith

6 July, 2007

Penrith Panthers, Penrith, NSW

Harry Hardshaw Vs Chris X, 3 Way: Steve Ravenous Vs Il Cognito Vs Billy Flyswat, YLC: Nick Ferno Vs Powerhouse Theo, Ryo Saito Vs Mark Hilton, Jay Law Vs Taipan, AWF Tag Titles: Jimmy & Bluey Vs Platinum Players, Lebo Ceda Vs Massive Q, Masaaki Mochizuki Vs TNT

Australasian Wrestling Federation / World Series Wrestling

International Assault 2 Pro-Wrestling Newcastle

3 June, 2007

Newcastle Panthers, Newcastle, NSW, Australia

YLC 3 Way: Powerhouse Theo Vs Zander Bathory Vs Billy Flyswat, Nigel McGuinness Vs Steve Ravenous, Il Cognito Vs Jason Helton, AWF Title: TNT Vs Kid Kash, Mark Hilton Vs Austin Aries, AWF Tag Titles: JT Robinson & Kid Dynamite Vs Surf Club, WSW Title: Billy Kidman Vs Bryan Danielson

Australasian Wrestling Federation / World Series Wrestling

International Assault 2 Pro-Wrestling Melbourne

2 June, 2007

Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre, Albert Park, Vic, Australia

YLC 3 Way: Powerhouse Theo Vs Cletus Blood Vs Billy Flyswat, Kid Kash Vs Mad Dog Mcrea, Surf Club Vs Bastard Brothers, AWF Title: TNT Vs Austin Aries, Billy Kidman Vs Mark Hilton, JT Robinson & Kid Dynamite Vs Spike Steele & Mike Burr, WSW Title: Bryan Danielson Vs Nigel McGuinness.

Australasian Wrestling Federation / World Series Wrestling

International Assault 2 Pro-Wrestling Sydney

1 June, 2007

University of New South Wales, Kensington, NSW, Australia

4 Way: Taipan Vs Scotty Club Vs Captain Vs Chris X, YLC: Powerhouse Theo Vs Steve Ravenous, Austin Aries Vs Il Cognito, AWF Title: TNT Vs Billy Kidman, Kid Kash Vs Mark Hilton, AWF Tag Titles: JT Robinson & Kid Dynamite Vs Massive Q & Billy Flyswat, WSW Crowning: Bryan Danielson Vs Nigel McGinness.

Gold Coast Showdown

27 May, 2007

Southport Sharks, Southport, QLD

Mason Childs Vs Billy Flyswat, Bathory & Toxin Vs Ferno & Chris X, YLC: Massive Q Vs Powerhouse Theo, 3 Way: Il Cognito Vs Steve Ravenous Vs Mark Hilton, AWF Tag Titles: Platinum Players Vs Surf Club, Blade Vs Bluey Bonza, AWF Title: Bryan Danielson Vs TNT

Brisbane Bash

25 May, 2007

The Greek Club, South Brisbane, QLD

Dr Waxhead Vs Scotty Club, YLC: Bluey Bonza Vs Powerhouse Theo, Handicap: Bathory & Toxin Vs Massive Q, AWF Tag Team Titles Crowning: Platinum Players Vs Chris X & Billy Flyswat, Bryan Danielso Vs Mark Hilton, 3 Way: Nick Ferno Vs Blade Vs Mason Childs, AWF Title: Il Cognito Vs TNT

State of Origin

13 April, 2007

St Matthews Hall, Fawkner, VIC

Bastard Brothers Vs Zero Gravity, 3 Way: Chris Trance Vs Jay Andrews Vs The Captain, YLC: Spike Steele Vs Powerhouse Theo, Jay Law Vs Mad Dog Mcrea, Burr & Blood Vs Surf Club, AWF Title: Steve Frost Vs TNT

International Showdown

23 March, 2007

Cardiff Panthers – Cardiff, NSW, Australia

6 Way: Kid Dynamite Vs Dr Waxhead Vs Toxin Vs Jay Law Vs Mr Wolf Vs The Captain, Steve Ravenous Vs Jason Helton, Powerhouse Theo Vs Scotty Club, 3 Way: Mark Hilton b Dean Draven Vs Il Cognito, Billy Flyswat & Chris X Vs Nick Ferno & Jimmy Daniels, AWF Vs AWA Title: TNT Vs Steve Corino

Campbelltown Carnage

10 February, 2007

Campbelltown Catholic Club – Campbelltown, NSW

Bluey Bonza Vs Zander Bathory, YLC 4 Way: Dr Waxhead Vs Mr Wolf Vs Toxin Vs Scotty Club, Jimmy Daniels Vs Il Cognito, Jay Law Vs Mark Hilton, Platinum Players Vs Zero Gravity, Powerhouse Theo Vs “Croc Master” Taipan, Lebo Ceda Vs The Captain, AWF Title: JT Robinson Vs TNT

New Years Revolution – Blacktown

6 January, 2007

Blacktown RSL – Blacktown, NSW, Australia

Il Cognito Vs Chris X, 4 Way: Jimmy Daniels Vs Bluey Bonza Vs Nick Ferno Vs Billy Flyswat, Powerhouse Theo Vs Massive Q, Aust Cup Ladder Match: Kid Dynamite Vs Mark Hilton, YLC: Toxin Vs Scotty Club, Future Shock & Jay Law Vs Captain & Dr Waxhead, Zander Bathory Vs Dean Draven, AWF Australasian Title: TNT Vs Cima Vs Steve Ravenous

New Years Revolution – Cardiff

7 January, 2007

Cardiff Panthers, Cardiff, NSW, Australia

YLC: Zander Bathory Vs Scotty Club, Lebo Ceda Vs Dr Waxhead, Il Cognito Vs Powerhouse Theo, Massive Q Vs Jason Helton, Steve Ravenous Vs Bluey Bonza, Jay Law & Future Shock Vs Billy Flyswat & Chris X, AWF Title: TNT Vs Cima

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UPCOMING AWF LIVE EVENTS:

Fri 22 February – 8 pm: Wellington High School, Mt Cook, NZ

Sat 23 February – 7 pm: Lynfield YMCA, Lynfield, NZ

Fri 29 February – 8 pm: AWF Dojo, Minto, NSW, Aust

Sat 1 March – 7 pm: Blacktown RSL, Blacktown, NSW, Aust

Sun 2 March- 3 pm : Cardiff Panthers, Cardiff, NSW, Aust

Fri 14 March – 8 pm: Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club, Fairy Meadow, NSW, Aust

Sat 29 & Sun 30 March – 10 am – 6 pm: Royal Showgrounds, Melbourne, VIC, Aust

Sat 5 & Sun 6 April – 10 am – 6 pm: RNA Showgrounds, Brisbane, QLD, Australia

Fri 11 April – 8pm: TBA, NSW, Aust

Fri 18 April – 8 pm: Lynfield YMCA, Lynfield, NZ

Sat 19 February – 8 pm: Wellington High School, Mt Cook, NZ

Fri 2 May – 8 pm: Fairy Meadow Fraternity Club, Fairy Meadow, NSW, Aust

Sat 3 May – 7:00pm: Blacktown RSL, Blacktown, NSW, Aust

More dates to be announced! To keep up to date visit the AWF Website!
Thank you for your support of AWF Wrestling!
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For up to date AWF news, show info and merchandise please visit www.awfwrestling.com.au