Various News & Notes – WrestlePro Alaska Returning, NWA Powerrr Lineup, NJPW

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WrestlePro Alaska will be making its return on October 1st in Anchorage, AK. You can check out the lineup for the show, which will air live on FITE.tv, below:

* WrestlePro Championship Match: Bobby Wayward vs. Scotty 2 Hotty
* Alaska Last Frontier Championship: Fallah Bahh (c) vs. Justin Corino
* WrestlePro Alaska Tag Team Championship: Dan Maff & Bobcat McDillon (c) vs. Planet Payne Fitness and Performance
* The Acclaimed vs. Orange Cassidy & LSG
* Buff Bagwell & The Mean Street Hooligainz vs. CPA & Bryson Axl & Bobby Bishop
* Sonny Kiss vs Kid Money with Y.T. Jones
* Freya “The Slaya” vs. Tenille Dashwood
* Tyler Payne vs. GKM vs. Auron West
* Chris Wilde vs. Jerry Bishop
* WWE Hall of Famer DDP and AEW’s Jay Lethal also scheduled to appear



On September 21, Extreme Original Productions filed a trademark application for “House of Hardcore” for entertainment services. You can check out the official trademark description below:

“G & S: Entertainment services, namely, wrestling exhibits and performances by a professional wrestler and entertainer. They had a previously registered trademark which expired in December 2021, so probably why they made a new application.”


You can check out the lineup for tonight’s edition of NWA Powerrr below. This episode will be a special-themed Pretty Empowered Surge broadcast:


* NWA 74 – NWA Women’s World Championship Match: Kamille (c) vs. Max the Impaler
* Handicap Match: Cyon with Austin Idol vs. The NOW, Hale Collins & Vik Dalishus
* Marti Belle vs. Madi Wrenkowski
* Rhett Titus vs. Bestia 666
* Alex Taylor & Jeremiah Plunkett & Brady Pierce & Rush Freeman vs. Dirty Dango (Fandango) & JTG & The Gymp & Sal The Pal.

You can check out the updated card and official preview for this Saturday’s episode of NJPW Strong below:

* STRONG Openweight Championship Match: TJP vs. Fred Rosser
* Che Caberera vs. Aaron Solo
* LA Dojo vs. Stray Dog Army

STRONG Preview: TJP vs Rosser 【NJoA】
STRONG Openweight title at stake this week


NJPW STRONG this week sees the conclusion of the Fighting Spirit Unleashed series in Hollywood California. With the STRONG Openweight title at stake, can Fred Rosser continue to build his already impressive championship resume?

Main event: STRONG Openweight Championship- TJP vs Fred Rosser

The main event of the evening will see Fred Rosser put the STRONG Openweight Championship on the line against TJP. When Rosser beat Tom Lawlor to lift the STRONG gold in Philadelphia, he vowed to defend his title against all comers, and that has included the biggest and the meanest in the forms of Big Damo and Fred Yehi. TJP presents a different prospect however, the Public Enemy being the first junior heavyweight to challenge Rosser, and the first junior to go for the STRONG gold since Clark Connors back in February.


As such, TJP will look to bring speed, leverage and technique to try and counter Rosser’s considerable power advantage. The United Empire member was keen to point out to Rosser that when the champion was considering joining NJPW and STRONG, TJP was the one he spoke to and that ever since, Rosser was ‘renting time’ in TJP’s ring. Will the challenger come to collect this Saturday night?

2nd Match: Che Caberera vs Aaron Solo

Che Caberera makes his NJPW STRONG debut this week when he faces Aaron Solo. Cabrera is well experienced on the independent circuit, and seeks to be another of the best kept secrets that STRONG has brought to the limelight. Yet Solo and the Factory want to continue expanding their footprint on Saturday nights, and won’t give ‘Latino Meat’ an easy ride.


1st Match: LA Dojo (Kevin Knight & The DKC) vs Stray Dog Army (Bateman & Barrett Brown)

Tag team action will kick off STRONG this week as The DKC and Kevin Knight take on Bateman and Barrett Brown of the Stray Dog Army. The LA Dojo Young Lion combo have been extremely effective as a duo, and with DKC coming off a successful last minute tour of Japan that included a main event win in Takamatsu, they’ll now be looking to move up in the openweight tag ranks.

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