The full Fightmare 2 event returns to DVD in a must-have 2 disc set. Relive the blockbuster event from Waveney Sports Centre on Saturday 12th May 2007 now!
WAW Fightmare 2
18 in stock
18 in stock
WAW Fightmare 2 Card:
1. Charlie Rage versus Baxter Bur
2. Phil Powers versus Jason Cross
3. The UK Pitbulls [Bulk & Big Dave] (c) versus Fremtiden [Isak Rain & Victor Dale] for the WAW British Tag Team Championship
4. Team WAW [Sam Slam, Mick Romeo, Ricky Relentless & Sykes] versus Team Summit [Ashe, Cougar Kid, Jimmy Starr & Nick Aldis]
5. Ricky Knight (c) versus Paul Tyrrell in a Hardcore match for the DAM Heavyweight Championship
6. The Norfolk Dolls [Britani Knight & Melodi] versus Silk and Steel [Destiny & Kharisma]
7. Jonny Storm (c) versus Zak Zodiac in a Two Out of Three Falls match for the WAW British Light Heavyweight Championship
8. Erik Isaksen versus Kraft for the vacant WAW World Heavyweight Championship
9. Steve Quintain (c) versus Johnny Kidd for the WAW British Cruiserweight Championship
10. Martin Stone versus Doug Williams
The full WAW Fightmare 2 event returns to DVD in a must-have 2 disc set. Relive the blockbuster event from Waveney Sports Centre on Saturday 12th May 2007 now!
It would be just over six years before the ground-breaking Fightmare event returned. The second event saw a significant influx of new, young wrestlers eager to prove themselves on a big stage. Fremtiden, an exciting tag team from Norway challenged the UK Pitbulls for the WAW British Tag Team titles. A young Nick Aldis appeared as part of an eight-man tag team match. Paul Tyrrell challenged Ricky Knight for the DAM Heavyweight title in a Hardcore match. Four years before her moved to the United States, a teenage Britani Knight tagged with Melodi against the vicious duo of Destiny and Kharisma. Zak Zodiac took on Jonny Storm as he sought to claim the WAW British Light Heavyweight title in a best of three falls match. A new World Heavyweight Champion was crowned when Erik Isaksen and Kraft battled for the vacant title. Two British wrestling legends duelled for the WAW British Cruiserweight Championship, with the wiley Steve Quintain defending against Johnny Kidd. Finally, the main event saw hard-hitting brawler Martin Stone wrestle the technically savvy Doug Williams, showcasing two of the best British wrestlers of the 21st century.