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Rev Pro “Epic Encounters 5” Results 11/15/20: Southside Title Tournament Announced

Revolution Pro Wrestling “Epic Encounters 5” results from Portsmouth, Hampshire, England, U.K. 🇬🇧 at Portsmouth School of Wrestling on 11/15/20 airing on Twitch:

Mad Kurt beat Robbie X by choke submission in 11:07.

Michael Oku and Connor Mills beat Callum Newman and JJ Gale when Oku submitted Gale to a half crab in 13:29. Oku and Mills said they want to challenge for the tag team titles.

Aleah James was interviewed but the segment was interrupted by Zoe Lucas and Bobbi Tyler. They attacked James briefly then Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter made the save.


Brendan White won a 2 out of 3 falls match against Kenneth Halfpenny to win their Best Of Five series 3-2 in 12:42. Halfpenny won the first fall with a bicep crusher submission. White quickly won the second fall with an inside cradle. White pinned Halfpenny in the third fall after a sidewalk slam.

Bea Priestley and Jamie Hayter beat Zoe Lucas and Bobbi Tyler when Hayter pinned Tyler after the brainbuster over the knee finisher in 8:02. Aleah James was in the corner of Priestley and Hayter. She prevented Lucas from using Tyler’s golf club as a weapon.

Dan Moloney pinned Sha Shamuels after a gore 5:43.

Undisputed British Heavyweight Champion Will Osprey pinned Ricky Knight Jr. the Stormbreaker in 19:45.

After the match, Osprey said the Southside Title can’t just go away and be forgotten. (David Starr was stripped of it back in June). He said there will be a tournament to crown a new champion and the winner will get to face him to decide a true undisputed champion. He said RKJ should enter to try to get a rematch. As he was continuing to speak, Dan Moloney ran in and attacked him. The announcers said RKJ and Moloney are in the tournament. They said there will be a total of 8 men in and it will double elimination rules with details to come at a later date on social media.


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