Date: July 28, 2022
Location: BT Sports Studios, London, England
Commentators: Nigel McGuinness, Andy Shepherd

It’s title time again this week as Ilja Dragunov remembers that he is the United Kingdom Champion and defends against Wolfgang. Gallus has been doing better in recent weeks with Mark Coffey winning the Heritage Cup so maybe we are in for some more of their momentum. Other than that, I’m sure it will be the usual random assortment around here. Let’s get to it.

The opening video runs down tonight’s card.

Opening sequence.

Tag Team Titles: Josh Briggs/Brooks Jensen vs. Wild Boar/Mark Andrews

Boar and Andrews, who commentary says have been friends for years, are challenging. Boar cranks on Jensen’s arm to start and Andrews comes in to work on the knee. A blind tag brings Briggs in though and a double shoulder runs Boar over. It’s back to Andrews, who gets planted with an assisted powerslam and the chinlock goes on.

Briggs comes back in for a chinlock of his own but throws Andrews into a Stundog Millionaire on Jensen. The tag brings Boar back in to clean house, including the Boar splash to crush Jensen for two. Another Stundog Millionaire hits Briggs but Fall To Pieces lands on raised knees. Jensen hits the sliding lariat for the pin at 11:12.

Result: Josh Briggs/Brooks Jensen b. Wild Boar/Mark Andrews – Sliding lariat to Andrews (11:12)

Respect is shown post match.

Sam Gradwell is coming for Trent Seven.

Meiko Satomura and Sarray had a press conference and are both ready to win in their title match next week.

Amale vs. Blair Davenport

Davenport’s headlock seems to annoy Amale to start but Davenport sends her outside. Amale misses a running boot and crashes into the barricade to make it even worse. Back in and some shoulders set up a cobra clutch on Amale, who has to fight up. The comeback is on with some shots to Davenport’s face but she kicks Amale in the face for two. A running knee to the face sets up a Falcon Arrow to finish Amale at 5:50.

Result: Blair Davenport b. Amale – Falcon Arrow (5:50)

Oliver Carter seems to have broken into Die Familie’s apartment and helped himself to their stuff.

Sha Samuels is now giving away his clothes to pay off his gambling losses.

United Kingdom Title: Ilja Dragunov vs. Wolfgang

Wolfgang is challenging and we get the Big Match Intros. Dragunov gets powered into the corner to start but is right back with some headlock takeovers. An exchange of shoulders goes to Wolfgang but he charges into another headlock takeover. Dragunov picks him up but seems to hurt his back. That works for Wolfgang, who puts a knee in the back while grabbing a chinlock.

A whip into the corner lets Wolfgang pose, which doesn’t seem to be the best idea at the moment. There’s an elbow drop on the back, which gives out again as Dragunov tries to pick him up. The enziguri misses for Dragunov and Wolfgang hits him in the back, only to have the enziguri connect on the second attempt. A middle rope knee connects for Dragunov and a backsplash does the same, only to hurt his own back.

Wolfgang grabs a torture rack and drops Dragunov back first onto his knee for two. One heck of a forearm gives Dragunov two more and he has to pull himself to the top for the backsplash, leaving him screaming in pain and not covering. Wolfgang is back with the suplex faceplant for two but the slingshot spear is cut off with a knee. Somehow Dragunov manages a slam and the Torpedo (minus Moscow) retains the title at 15:58.

Result: Ilja Dragunov b. Wolfgang – Torpedo (15:58)

Respect is shown to end the show.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 60,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 6,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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