The Regal Rumble has come and gone, an emotional rollercoaster of highs, lows, and indeed deaths, as all eyes now turn towards Aberdeen Anarchy on 13 May from the Danestone Community Centre. Off the back of the Regal Rumble, two matches are already confirmed:
Undisputed WrestleZone Championship – Aspen Faith (c) vs. Caleb Valhalla
Caleb Valhalla won the Regal Rumble match, earning him the right to challenge Aspen Faith for the Undisputed WrestleZone Championship at Aberdeen Anarchy. Simples.
WrestleZone Tag Team Championships – Two out of Three Falls Match – The Fair City Saints (Alex Webb & Air Myles) (c) vs. The Foundation of the Future (Bruiser Brad Evans & Ryan RIley)
After defeating Bruiser Brad Evans and Ryan Riley to retain the WrestleZone Tag Team Championships, Alex Webb and Air Myles were challenged to put the gold on the line in a Two out of Three Falls match at Aberdeen Anarchy.
Aberdeen Anarchy will have seven matches on the main show, as well as a bonus match for the VIP ticket holders for a bulky eight contests in total. They’ll be announced in due course but who has time to wait when you can instead predict what’ll happen? That’s what we’re here for! Anyway, here’s everything that isn’t happening on 13 May…
WrestleZone Tri-Counties Championship – Zach Dynamite (c) vs. Connor Molloy
The WrestleZone Tri-Counties Championship has become somewhat renowned for its unrivalled workrate, WrestleZone’s Intercontinental Championship if you will. I don’t think you get a better ‘this is the wrestling portion of the evening’ match than Zach Dynamite defending against Connor Molloy, and given their respectively lengthy performances in the Regal Rumble match and the fact Dynamite eliminated Molloy, it seems almost too likely that Molloy is gunning for gold at WrestleZone’s biggest show of the year.
Mikkey’s Mosh Pit Match – Mikkey Vago vs. Chris Archer
Chris Archer missed out on the Regal Rumble due to illness, leaving Mikkey Vago to handily defeat Dino instead. The match is all but confirmed for Aberdeen Anarchy, and the Mikkey’s Mosh Pit stipulation is just so we sadists get to enjoy two lads knocking lumps out of each other with guitars, speakers, and all sorts.
Damien vs. Ronan King
Damien and Ronan King collided at the Regal Rumble, though the match was changed to a 10-minute challenge beforehand; Damien only had to endure ten minutes with King to win and win he did. Their Regal Rumble match antics indicate this isn’t over yet, with Damien chucking Ronan out twice for a combined performance of roughly five seconds and Ronan goading Damien’s daughter that eventually distracted Damien enough for Ryan Riley to knock him off the apron. I don’t know if you add a stipulation to this one or just have a good ol’ wrestling match but either way, I’d quite like to see them wrestle again, okay? Okay.
WrestleZone Contract vs. Mask Match – Umar Mohammed & Mr WrestleZone vs. Bryan Tucker & Rhys Dawkins
Fans at the Regal Rumble were treated to the WrestleZone debut of Mr WrestleZone, a man who entirely isn’t Scotty Swift because he was dogsitting. How can he be in two places at once? Madness. We all know who it truly is. He struck up a solid friendship with Umar Mohammed throughout the match and an equally-as-solid hatred with Bryan Tucker and Rhys Dawkins, who are for whatever reason INSISTENT that the masked newbie is indeed Scotty Swift. It’s unknown if the caped crusader is on the roster full-time so to make it fair, have him and Umar fight for Mr WrestleZone’s contract at Aberdeen Anarchy. If Tucker and Dawkins win, Mr WrestleZone unmasks and reveals himself to the world at last. You could even get Johnny Lions in to referee it, I’m sure he and Mr WrestleZone would be the best of friends.
Captain Alan Sterling, William Sterling & The Outfit (Dino, Murphy & Ted O’Keefe) vs. Deacon Matthews, Theo Doros, Nathan North & Sea Bears (Jarek Nowak & Rob Mills)
I don’t know if WrestleZone will be bringing anyone ‘in’ but it looks all too likely that Deacon Matthews is coming to Aberdeen Anarchy, based on his elimination of Captain Alan Sterling in the Regal Rumble match, so here’s a wild crazy idea – a ten-man tag team match that’ll have Dennis Law fighting for his life. Get Alan joined by William Sterling and the now-trio of The Outfit following Ted O’Keefe‘s surprise Regal Rumble return to continue the group’s allegiance, while Deacon enlists the services of some Reckless Intent talent – namely, Theo Doros, Nathan North, and the Sea Bears duo of Jarek Nowak and Rob Mills. Basically, I couldn’t fit The Outfit in any other way, I don’t think it’ll be a straightforward singles match between Alan and Deacon (which means it will be), I want to see Nathan North after missing last year’s Regal Rumble, and it’d be nice to see more outside talent up north, especially with Reckless Intent taking a sabbatical.
VIP Ticket Holders – Triple Threat – Blue Thunder as Guest Referee – Tommy Raiden vs. Oliver Green vs. Evan Young
The pre-show is perfect for WrestleZone Training Academy showcases, so here you go – a Triple Threat with latest graduates Tommy Raiden and Oliver Green, plus the return of Evan Young who would ideally show up unannounced. The added bonus would be Blue Thunder refereeing, just to get him out there without dragging him out of his fifth retirement and to ease the three’s nerves on the biggest night of the year.
So that’s everything that won’t be happening at Aberdeen Anarchy. I’d like it though.
Aberdeen Anarchy tickets go on sale TONIGHT at £14 for general admission and £17 for VIP, which includes a pre-show meet and greet. A quarter of tickets are already gone following Aberdeen Comic-Con and the Regal Rumble.