Blue Mtns Pro Wrestling had a successful return this past Saturday February 9 at the 119th Oberon Show. Fans gathered around the ring throughout the day to watch some familiar faces and new wrestlers debut.
Oberon wrestlers Roswell and Alastair McLir kicked off the day with the opening match. With an obviously size advantage Roswell was too dominate for McLir and got the win.
Katoomba local Jorg Wolfgang was up next taking on the returning Keegan Brettle. Big Keegz B has recently returned from the United States and Canada were he won the AIWF International championship. Wolfgang put up an impressive fight but couldn’t find a way to get the three count on the much improved Keegan. Oberon’s Roswell challenged Keegan to an AIWF title match later in the day.
They’ve competed against each other at the Blackheath community centre and at the 2015 Winter Magic Festival, last Saturday the rivalry continued as ‘The Deadly Shot’ Kasai was too much for Paris De Silva. Kasai now also has international experience recently returning from Japan and the United States, this was obviously a massive advantage for the young Ninja as he went on to defeat Paris again later in the day.
Cowra wrestler High Octane went up against Condobolin wrestler Addicus Slain, these two improved wrestlers have had a heated rivalry going back to the Cowra show last year where the two got into a heated exchange in front of the public.
It was master versus apprentice up next as the Penrith veteran Dean Draven took on young Jace Chalmers. Draven (head trainer Wrestle Strong Dojo) had some hidden maneuvers on display while Chalmers was controlling at times Jace couldn’t counter the former Aussie heavyweight champion.
Blue Mountains Pro Wrestling would like to thanks all our fans that showed up on Saturday and a big thank you to Oberon show society. Blue Mtns Pro Wrestling will be back in action on April 27&28 at Lithgow Ironfest.
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