Blue Mountains Pro Wrestling held its final show of the year on Saturday night, December 13 at the Blackheath Community Centre.
Wrestler Robbie Eagles at Blackheath on Saturday
Robbie Eagles was crowned the very first Blue Mountains World Heritage champion, the culmination of a series that started on June 1.
The first match of the night was the intense Tyson Gibbs taking on the high flying Eagles who advanced to the main event later in the night.
Eagles’ brother Ryan Eagles wrestled Newcastle’s ‘Real Man’ Jack Bonza securing a win. ‘Gladiator’ Apollo with his manager Miss Dodo Divine went up against Bishop Sommers where Sommers’ years of experience was too much for Apollo and he advanced to the main event.
Keegan from the Australian Pro Wrestling Gym in Penrith was a clear underdog going into his match against Adam Hoffman. Keegan showed his talent and potential in this match but Hoffman scored the victory.
In tag team action Lithgow’s ‘Full Force’ Matt Rogers teamed with newcomer Michael Spencer to defeat the team of Bee Boy and Geoff The Clown.
Women’s action was back with the Blue Mountains Pro’s very first female victor Shazza McKenzie defeating Charli from the Central Coast.
The main event of the night saw the a triple threat match for the World Heritage Championship on the line. Robbie Eagles won the match over both Adam Hoffman and Bishop Sommer to be crowned the very first Blue Mountains World Heritage champion.
“Blue Mountains Pro Wrestling would like to thank all our fans for attending all our shows this past year,” said spokesman Marek Indyka.
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