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World League Wrestling’s “Summer Kickoff” is at the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Mo. on Saturday, June 5.
WLW Junior Heavyweight Championship Jayden Dominic Rose (c) vs. Rahim De La Suede vs. Sean Patrick Kyle Roberts vs. Jon Webb #2 Moses vs. Camaro Jackson Colton Theron Vaught vs. Brandon Espinosa Stephan Newton vs. TBD
Bell at 7. Tickets are $15.
WrestleMax STL presents “Episode III” at Red Flag in Saint Louis, Mo. on Sunday, May 30.
Mike Outlaw will officially be crowned the first River City Champion at the event, from his victory at the David Lee Memorial Tournament last month.
No Disqualification Match Xavier Walker vs. Kevin Lee Davidson Three-Way Elimination Calvin Tankman vs. Edvin Kudic vs. Levi Everett Jake Something vs. Big Beef Rohit Raju vs. JDX Camaro Jackson vs. Jah-C Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett vs. Chris Hendrix & A.T.M. Laynie Luck vs. Brooke Valentine Blair Onyx vs. Joseline Navarro
Bell at 5. Tickets are $25.
Glory Pro Wrestling has a hell of a card at the South Broadway Athletic Club on Saturday, May 22.
The main event will have longtime champ AJ Gray defend the top prize of Glory Pro against brash Jake Something. The two were scheduled to meet last month, but Gray was injured.
Crown of Glory Championship AJ Gray (c) vs. Jake Something Impact X Division Championship | Crown of Glory Contendership Mike Outlaw vs. Josh Alexander #1 Midwest Territory Championship | Four-Way Match Hakim Zane (c) vs. Myron Reed vs. Jake Lander vs. Kody Lane Paco vs. Lee Moriarty Dan the Dad vs. Arik Cannon Allie Katch vs. Blair Onyx
Bell at 7. Tickets are $20.
A roster-wide Royal Rumble in honor of the late promoter Tony Casta is part of the MMWA’s next offering. Also, the MMWA title will be decided that night at the South Broadway Athletic Club on Saturday, May 8.
MMWA Championship (Vacant) Moondog Rover vs. The Big Texan Tony Casta Memorial Royal Rumble Brian James vs. Rick Ruby Gary Jackson vs. Garrett Shanks Damion Cortess vs. Keith Smith Jr. Purple Passion vs. Flaming Freddie Fury Ricky Cruz & D’Mon G vs. Damian Blade & Kahyman
Bell at 7. Tickets are $10. It is unknown if the event will stream.
Every World League Wrestling championship is at stake at the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Mo. on Saturday, May 1.
“The Heart Throb” Jaden won the 15-man rumble match last month and will take his earned shot against Moses and the heavyweight title.
“The Empire” will be allowed to defend the WLW tag title using the “Freebird Rule.” Derek Stone will substitute for Camaro Jackson.
WLW Heavyweight Championship Moses (c) vs. Jaden #1 WLW Junior Heavyweight Championship Jayden Dominic Rose (c) vs. Sean Patrick WLW Tag Team Championship Derek Stone (substituting for Camaro Jackson) & Jon Webb (c) vs. #2 Kyle Roberts & Colton Theron Vaught #4 Brandon Espinosa vs. Chris Hendrix Stephan Newton vs. Sabotage
Bell at 7. Tickets are $15 at the door. The event will
stream live for $8.
They said it couldn’t be done.
Glory Pro Wrestling will begin a residency at the South Broadway Athletic Club in Saint Louis on Saturday, April 17. The company, founded in 2017, will be the venue’s second resident wrestling tenant.
Glory Pro originally announced a stellar main event for their Crown of Glory Championship between champion AJ Gray and Jake Something.
Unfortunately, Gray has a knee injury and is out. He retains the title, while Something is promised a new opponent.
Main Event Jake Something vs. TBD Four-Way Match Kody Lane vs. Ethan Price vs. Jake Lander vs. Manders Mike Outlaw vs. Mat Fitchett Everett Connors vs. Dan the Dad Warhorse vs. Arik Cannon Myron Reed vs. Karam Devon Monroe vs. Paco Allie Kat vs. Hyan
Bell at 7. Tickets are $20. The event will be taped and uploaded to
After 13 months of inactivity and the death of beloved promoter Tony Casta last May, the South Broadway Athletic Club’s original wrestling company returns home on Saturday, April 10.
In a rare circumstance for the MMWA, promoter “Little Tony” Anthony Castaldi (the late Mr. Casta’s nephew) has released the full card.
MMWA Championship Frankie D (c) vs. Moondog Rover Ricky Cruz vs. Garrett Shanks Brian James vs. Damian Blade Gary Jackson vs. The Big Texan Kahyman vs. Keith Smith Jr. Damion Cortess vs. Jimmy D Rick Ruby vs. Purple Passion
Bell at 7. Tickets are sold out. The event is not expected to stream.
WrestleMax STL presents its next event “Episode II: The David Lee Memorial Tournament” at Red Flag in Saint Louis on Saturday, April 3.
The winner of the second annual tournament will be crowned the first River City Champion, the major title of WrestleMax STL.
The quarterfinal pairings are below, and the semifinals and final match will happen all on April 3 as well.
WrestleMax STL River City Championship Tournament Jake Something vs. Calvin Tankman Xavier Walker vs. Mike Outlaw Anthony Gutierrez vs. Mat Fitchett JDX vs. Jah-C Gauntlet Match Devon Monroe vs. Everett Connors vs. Camaro Jackson vs. Edvin Kudic vs. Chris Hendrix vs. TBA Kevin Lee Davidson vs. Moonshine Mantell Blair Onyx vs. Brooke Valentine
Bell at 5. Tickets are $25. The event will be recorded, but will not broadcast or stream live.
Leland Race has announced a quick turnaround for the next World League Wrestling event at Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Mo. on Saturday, March 27.
The main event could be remembered as a history-maker. Fifteen wrestlers will enter a Royal Rumble match, to be known as the “Rival Riot.”
The winner will be the next mandatory challenger for WLW Heavyweight Champion Moses.
Jack Gamble is the first to declare his entry, and he has requested and received the #1 entrance.
15-man Royal Rumble match featuring Derek Stone, #2 Kyle Roberts, Jack Gamble, Jaden, Jon Webb, Mike Sydal, Niles Plonk, Stephan Newton, Jayden Dominic Rose, and more TBD #4 WLW Junior Heavyweight Championship Sean Patrick (c) vs. Jayden Dominic Rose Derek Stone vs. #2 Kyle Roberts #4 Jon Webb vs. TBA
Bell at 7. Tickets are $15 at the door. The event is expected to
stream live for $7.99.