Published on Wednesday, 30 March 2016 00:00
Written by Shawn Danker
The opening tag team match of the night featured Dr. Gore partnered with Sayn RH (Ah Bang Wrestling) against the Ladykiller and Gavynn G. Sayn was quickly rendered moot by his opponents, leaving Dr. Gore (pictured) to face off against Gavyn G's acrobatics.
The wrestlers of the Singapore Pro Wrestling (SPW) recently returned to put on a thrilling show at their Wrestling City event. We managed to catch the action and brought you some highlights from SPW: Wrestling City.
The LadyKiller proceeded to finish off Dr. Gore and the match with a somersault press.
For the second match the Singaporean Arsenal Affi quickly finished off his Thai opponent, Paksa, with a drop kick.
The Greatest Singapore Team, GST, started off the third match of the night with a suicide dive into their Thai opponents, Bad Company.
Bad Company proceeded to pound GST into submission by utterly destroying their Singaporean opponents.
The fourth match was an elimination quartet match pitting the Hong Kong team of Outer Space against the Singaporean Interracial team. The Singaporeans were outmatched from the start of the match as the four Hong Kongers ganged up on each and every one of their Singaporean opponents instead of fighting fair. Here we have The Eurasian Dragon assaulted by Outer Space's the Man Brothers and Ho Ho Lun as their team mate distracted the referee.
The Man Brothers' dirty tactics paid off big time as they clinched the match for their Outer Space team.
The fifth match of the night was a women's tag team match that pitted Riho and Alexis Lee against Tyra Rusamee and veteran Emi Sakura. Riho's acrobatics managed to ward off her opponents for a while.
But even Riho's energetic movements were unable to prevent her opponents from finishing off her partner Alexis Lee to win the match.
The sixth match of the night saw the mysterious Power Warrior totally outclassed by his Argentinean opponent Hoshi Tango.
However, the Power Warrior managed to cheat his way to a narrow victory by forcing Hoshi Tango out of the ring and holding him at bay until the referee counted Tango out.
The night's main event saw Andruew the Statement relinquish his championship belt to his Japanese opponent, Masa Takanashi, as Masa doggedly wore his Singaporean opponent down before pinning the Statement for the win.