Diss Preview – 20/10/17

Gorgon versus Nick Barnes
US Airman Nick Barnes makes a valiant last stand against Sigma in his final match before returning home to the United States with his family. Barnes triumphed over the Phantom in Thetford last Friday only to be cornered in the ring by the evil group. A little intervention from the Knight Dynasty left the Brick standing in the ring one on one with Gorgon, who was challenged by the American for what will be his final match in WAW. Will Barnes stand triumphant over Gorgon as he prepares to return home?

Aaron Sharp versus Ruffneck
Ruffneck defeated two other hard hitting heavyweights at Zak Knight’s fundraising event to lay claim as the #1 contender to Aaron Sharp’s British Heavyweight title. Diss is fortunate enough to experience a preview of this future championship match with a non-title contest between the two.

Ricky Knight Jr versus Hallows
Television champion Ricky Knight Jr faces World Tag Team champion Hallows in the latest battle between the Knight Dynasty and Sigma. RKJ will be eager to get his hands on the evil clown after Hallows has continued to interfere in numerous matches, especially disrupting affairs relating to the Knight Dynasty. Though the clown may have proven to be an able tag team competitor, his size and aggression serve him just as well in singles competition.

Morningstar versus Drew Marshall
The Scottish Superman steps up to tackle World Tag Team champion Morningstar. Marshall will need to keep his wits about him to avoid any surprise that the Sigma member has up his sleeve.

Saraya Knight versus Violet O’Hara
Originally scheduled to take place at Thetford last Friday, Saraya Knight was replaced by Innocence at the last minute after failing a routine pre-match medical. Violet O’Hara subsequently won that match by disqualification to extend her winning streak since returning to the ring in September. Will the Pocket Princess be able to continue this streak against one of the fiercest female competitors of all time?

PJ Knight versus Roy Knight
The majority of the Knight Dynasty is on the same page for the first time in over a year. The lone exception to that seems to be Under-23 champion PJ Knight, who has recently chosen to ignore friends and family alike, instead focusing on winning at any cost. Young PJ may have used that to his benefit recently but uncle Roy won’t take kindly to any rule breaking in this match. Sparks fly whenever two Knights stand across the ring from each other and this match will be no different.


By Dan Nash