IWWINFORMATION Registered User
#691

IwW returned this past Patricks Weekend to bring the totally number of counties we've covered this year to 7! Recent debuting IwW stars Stevie Campbell & The Galway Grappler continue to impress with The Galway Grappler picking up a win againt IwW's resident Superhero Captain Rooney & Stevie Campbell putting up a great fight, but ultimately succumbing to IwW Zero Gravity Champion Skaterboi Jeebus. IwW's International Heavyweight Champion also continued to knock back former Powerlifting champion TJ Meehan to retain his title.

Meath

Soultaker Salem beat Stevie Campbell

Skaterboi Jeebus retained his ZG Championship against Tat2 Charlie

Walter Alexander overcame Captain Rooney

Captain Rooney won a 6 man Gaelic Rumble

The Supermodel pinned TJ Meehan for the IwW Heavyweight Belt

Wexford

Skaterboi Jeebus retained his ZG Championship against Tat2 Charlie

Stevie Campbell pinned Walter Alexander

Mandrake & The Galway Grappler beat Captain Rooney & Justin Slammin

Captain Rooney won a 8 man Gaelic Rumble

The Supermodel pinned TJ Meehan for the IwW Heavyweight Belt

Roscommon

Skaterboi Jeebus retained his ZG Championship against Stevie Campbell

Tat2 Charlie pinned Justin Slammin

The Galway Grappler beat Captain Rooney

Captain Rooney won a 6 man Gaelic Rumble

The Supermodel pinned TJ Meehan for the IwW Heavyweight Belt

rovert Banned
#692

davepower said:
It's coming, the announcement you have all been waiting for 21-03-2012. Let the speculation . . . begin!


NLW_Info Registered User
#693



The young team of B-Cool and D-Max have had several title shots against Team Mega's Justin Shape & Danny Butler. However, they continue to campaign for title opportunities. On May 7th, at NLW Bank Holiday Beatdown, Team Epic will receive their last opportunity at Team Mega's Tag Team Titles on NLW soil. This match means everything to the cocky youngsters, as it may well be their last ever chance to capture the tag team gold. More matches will be announced in the coming weeks. Remember, seating is reserved so early booking is vital so you can choose the best seats in the house!

*If anyone saw Team Mega's recent defense against Team Epic at FFPW's Gym Show, you will know what a great match these two teams had.

*If anyone from boards is intending on coming to this show, please private mail me, as we will offer a discount on tickets for all Boards.ie users.

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sockmo Registered User
#694

Charisteas said:
What I would really love is a new Dublin edgy hardcore promotion that puts on an over 18's only show at the same venue every Saturday night (or every fortnight) something like ECW at the Asylum type deal where the same 100-200 of us go every weekend to watch wrestling, drink, hang out, go crazy and have a good time.

And it's broadcast at 3am on TV3.



This would be great,weekly would be pushing it i think i, monthly sounds a lot more realistic..I think the quality of wrestling in the Irish scene is actually quite good, the only problem for me is (being a grumpy old git) the amount of kids at the shows, last Irish show I was at a fight broke out with 2 scanger kids, just ruins the night really. would love to go to a wrestling show get drunk and and be able to discuss the finer points with other smarks.

An over 18s byob event like the poetry slam would be brilliant just without the poetry, just 100% wrestling.

Im sure there are people here on boards connected with the Irish wrestling scene,if so what do you all think? is it possible?

rovert Banned
#695

Id prefer an Irish version of CHIKARA.

Diabhal Beag and myself could tag up as The Tea Time Express.

IWWINFORMATION Registered User
#696

We'll give this a go :



IwW returns to Dublin for the first time in a long time! If any Boards.ie members want to come we'll charge you double

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mrstpatsfc Registered User
#697
mrstpatsfc Registered User
#698

http://irishnewsreview.net/2012/03/24/danny-the-pain-deans-homecoming-tops-latest-iww-card/

Irish News Review columnist Danny "The Pain" Deans tops the latest Irish Whip Wrestling card in his home town.

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Charisteas Registered User
#699

NLW_Info said:
*If anyone from boards is intending on coming to this show, please private mail me, as we will offer a discount on tickets for all Boards.ie users.


Would love to go but don't think Dublin Bus go that far out, does any Dart go through Naas?

Justin Ternet Registered User
#700

Dublin Coach go to naas for a fiver from the red cow

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NLW_Info Registered User
#701

Bus Eireann also go from Dublin to Naas. Just give them a call about times, could be different since its a bank holiday.
http://www.buseireann.ie/?gclid=CKbvkf-hhK8CFcZO4Qodkh6E2w

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Charisteas Registered User
#702

NLW_Info said:
Bus Eireann also go from Dublin to Naas. Just give them a call about times, could be different since its a bank holiday.
http://www.buseireann.ie/?gclid=CKbvkf-hhK8CFcZO4Qodkh6E2w


Times seem to be every 90 minutes from Busarus, but any idea where about in Naas this bus stops? €8.36 return ticket sounds great compared to the €20 that Dublin Coach wanna charge.

Furious-Red Moderator
#703

Charisteas said:
Times seem to be every 90 minutes from Busarus, but any idea where about in Naas this bus stops? €8.36 return ticket sounds great compared to the €20 that Dublin Coach wanna charge.


If your getting the Dublin Coach from the Red cow its €5 each way or €3 if you have a student card . Both buses drop you literally 2 mins away from the Moat , they stop at the same bus stop

Charisteas Registered User
#704

Furious-Red said:
If your getting the Dublin Coach from the Red cow its €5 each way or €3 if you have a student card .


But their website says travel between Zone 1 and Zone 2 is €10 single, €20 return. It lists Red Cow Luas as Zone 2 and Naas as Zone 1.

http://dublincoach.ie/timetables-and-fares/portlaoise-to-dublin-airport#

Furious-Red Moderator
#705

Charisteas said:
But their website says travel between Zone 1 and Zone 2 is €10 single, €20 return. It lists Red Cow Luas as Zone 2 and Naas as Zone 1.

http://dublincoach.ie/timetables-and-fares/portlaoise-to-dublin-airport#


What they mean is from anywhere from Portlaoise to Red Cow = €5 , but if you are going from Portlaoise to Airport it will be €10.

I always get that bus to a from Newbridge and it only costs me €10 return from Newbridge-Red Cow

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