Over The Top (OTT) Wrestling make one of their last stops on the road to ScrapperMania 6 with Kings, Monsters And Bastards. With only 6 matches announced there’s room for surprise as both El Phantasmo and Mark Haskins are on the poster but have no match announced. What we do have announced are some fun looking matches as David Starr writes the next chapter of his title run and Scotty Davis teams with Calum Black to take on Omari and O.J.M.O
Eddie Kingston vs Paddy M
Eddie Kingston is a veteran wrestler that has performed for some of the biggest company’s in the U.S and is currently a featured performer in the NWA. In his last appearance for OTT Kingston lost to the resilient Terry Thatcher but Thatcher didn’t walk away unscathed from that battle. This time he faces Paddy M who is seemingly the next in line for a title shot after defeating B Cool at OTT’s last show. This is a typical clash of styles with Kingston’s brawling meeting Paddy’s high flying.
B. Cool vs Liam Royal
Joe Cabray’s quest to have B. Cool killed continues as he puts him up against the very stonch powerhouse Liam Royal. Last time Cool was in ring with Royal he lost in seconds to a powerbomb. Cabray will be hoping for more than a one move destruction this time.
— OTT WRESTLING (@OTT_wrestling) February 7, 2020
Number One Contenders Match: Session Moth Martina vs Debbie Keitel vs Amy Allonsy
Session Moth Martina comes into this one as the favorite considering she is a former Women’s and GN champion. Debbie Keitel is still on her quest to find CT Flexor to try and get the Woke Queens back on track so it would go against that story for her to win. Amy Allonsy could pull off the upset here though, with Martina being a part of Ring Of Honor‘s revamped women’s division she may not be available for many shows going forward meaning that the door is opened for Amy Allonsy to pull off an upset in this one.
The Search For CT Continues ……… pic.twitter.com/IcquqzJPee
— OTT WRESTLING (@OTT_wrestling) February 12, 2020
Scotty Davis & Calum Black vs OJMO & Omari
On what is being seen as an underwhelming card (mostly due to fewer match announcements than usual) this is a potential show stealer as two of Ireland’s best and brightest take on two of the UK’s best and brightest. Davis and Omari are no strangers to one another and will no doubt come to blows once again here as they seemingly build to a rematch for the NLW Championship. Davis and Black have great chemistry whether as a team or as opponents so there’s no doubt they can deliver in a tag scenario.
More Than Hype vs Pretty Deadly
More Than Hype will aim to continue building momentum to a presumed showdown with Moustache Mountain (Trent Seven & Tyler Bate) at Scrappermania 6. They take on recent NXT UK signees Pretty Deadly who have only recently begun to gain some buzz in the UK scene having joined Do Not Resuscitate in PROGRESS Wrestling. MTH should win this one.
David Starr vs Jeff Cobb
This match is a non-title match. As explained by Starr in a statement released on twitter he doesn’t feel Cobb deserves a title shot because he’s just an import coming to OTT for a payday. This is another case of Starr saying things that will resonate with fans as one big complaint of indie wrestling is that often big names are brought in to challenge for titles with no build. Much like his match with LJ Cleary the actual match is almost secondary here, what’s of importance is how Starr writes the next chapter of his run as the new import killer.
Statement regarding our OTT World Championship and my upcoming match with Jeff Cobb on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/78vGoDVbLA
— (((David Starr)))? (@TheProductDS) February 11, 2020
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