Garden State Pro Wrestling has yet to host its first card but it is already making waves on the independent scene with it first two scheduled events, both of which are top-to-bottom stacked with talent.
First, on Saturday July 23rd, at the Heart Ballroom, in Newark, N.J., Garden State Pro Wrestling will feature its Welcome to Eden card.
Alan Angels, formerly of AEW, will take on Kevin Blackwood in the first round of the Garden State Open-weight Championship Tournament.
In other open weight first-round action, former Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling’s Davey Richards faces Robert Martyr, while the behemoth Calvin Tankman squares off against Tony Deppen.
Effy versus Bryan Keith rounds out the tournament’s participants.
In other matches, Impact Wrestling’s Heavyweight Champion Josh Alexander will lock up with the “Future of DDT” Konosuke Takeshita.
Impact’s Wera Loca Taya Valkyrie will lock horns with Trish Adora, who brings eight years of military training and experience to the squared circle.
In a triple threat bout, Billie Starkz vs. Miyu Yamashita (one-time Shine Wrestling Champ) vs. The Kick Demon Janai Kai.
In tag team action, Dark Sheik & Jai Vidal take on Edith Surreal & Heather Monroe.
YDNB will see Team H2O in an eight-man tag team battle.
Then, on Saturday, August 27th, Garden State Pro Wrestling heads to Monroe, N.J., for its Thy Kingdome Come card.
Matt Sydal (F.K.A. Evan Bourne) will take his high-flying abilities to the air for a night of death-defying acrobatics.
Other wrestlers that are scheduled to fight are Michael Oku vs. Titus Alexander, Sonny Kiss vs. Kidd Bandit and Willow Nightingale versus longtime ring veteran and indie superstar Lufisto.
Plus, Starboy Charlie, Anthony Henry and Komander to face yet to be determined opponents, as well as one of Mexico’s fastest rising tag teams – El Benedito & El Elemental of Black Generation in action that night.
As more wrestlers are announced, there will be updates to the article.
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— Jerry Del Priore