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It was a night to remember September 13th at the Witham Public Hall!

Before the opening contest, Richard Parliement pledged his manifesto. We can't say if he'll one day be Prime Minister, but we can say that he was unsuccessful on this night against the ever impressive Josh Faulkner!

'The Amazon' Ayesha Rae defended her women's championship against Nightshade. But Nightshade put up a valiant effort. It'll be interesting to see what the outcome will be in their highly anticipated rematch in Milton Keynes, Nightshade's hometown!

Oliver Peace and 'Lightning' Lewis Howley had a friendly competitive outing. Though it turned nasty midway through when Lewis ruthlessly targeted Oliver's knee! Peace fought through the pain and managed to hit an RKO, or a... err, PCO. Lewis showed good sportsmanship after the bout.

The mysterious and frightening Voodoo battled the jungle sensation, Lion Kid, in a thrilling match which saw Lion Kid leaping around the ring! In the end Voodoo was able to catch the cat and hit a deadly chokeslam for the win!

In the main event Paul McSherry battled International Champion: The Zulu Warrior for the title! In his 1 year as champion The Zulu Warrior has never been thrown around and beaten as severely as we saw on this night! But The Zulu hung in there and made a valiant comeback and even busted out a dive and cross body off the top rope! It paid off in the end as he hit his Zulu splash!

Despite the brutal war he'd been through, The Zulu Warrior celebrated with the fans after the match to end the afternoon on a high note!

We thank the people of Witham for coming out and supporting us and look forward to returning on December 28th for our Christmas spectacular!

Results from 'Unbreakable' February 7th 2015 at th...
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