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27.07.13 12:15 Age: 4 yrs

KPW STUNS CROWD AT "GUNS and HOSES 6"

A fired-up capacity crowd of 1,500 packed the Genesis Recreation Centre in Masterton on Saturday 27th July for "Guns and Hoses 6" charity boxing event between the New Zealand Police and the New Zealand Fire Service.  KPW was on hand to put on two exhibition matches for the eager audience to showcase the finest in family-friendly professional wrestling action. 

 

KPW Commentator and ring announcer Blair "the Flair" was present to introduce the wrestlers to the raucous crowd and the man in charge of the action in the ring was Referee "The Man WIth The Steel Face" Zac Corona. 

 

KPW MATCHES (in conjunction with Maniacs United)

- KADE MORGAN "3G" battled Charlie Roberts (co-KPW Tag Team Champion), using his power to best the cheating ways of the man from Rodeo Drive, battering the "Ayatollah of High Rollas" with a gourdbuster for the pinfall victory. 

 

- In the divas match, SCARLETT managed t best J.P.E. (Just Plain Evil) (from Maniacs United) in a hard-fought affair when she rolled out of a seated full nelson, viciously chopped her opponent in the corner and flattened the veteran with a curb stomp to pick up the pinfall win to the cheers of the capacity crowd! 

 

 

KPW WOULD LIKE TO THANK 

- Maniacs United, for providing their female wrestling talent 

 

- The organisers of "Guns and Hoses 6", Andy Simpson and Tony Gibbs from the NZ Fire Service (Masterton) and Dave Drummond and Mike Sutton from the NZ Police (Masterton).

 

- The charities involved, for allowing KPW to participate, namely the Fire Service Wishes Trust and the Police's Blue Light Foundation.

 

 

 

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