WWE UK Championship Tournament Night 2: Review

4 years ago by Andy Datson

Charlie Morgan bt. Killer Kelly

Unfortunately, the less said about this match the better.

It was slow, awkward and pretty amateur looking. Both competitors are very young so I’m sure they’ll improve, but it didn’t feel a necessary match on such a stacked card, particularly as all other matches were so much better.

Anyway, enough negativity, they did their best and that’s what matter. Shame on Killer Kelly’s parents though, what an awful thing to name your child.

Noam Dar bt. Flash Morgan Webster, Mark Andrews and Travis Banks

Johnny Saint. What a man. However I can’t help but feel he hasn’t watched all that much wrestling recently.

This match was booked originally as a triple-threat match to decide the new UK Championship number one contender, but just before the match, Saint came out to announce a fourth man would be joining to make it a “four-way, fatal match”. Sounds grim.

Anyway, that man was Noam Dar, who had been on the sidelines with injury for six months before this appearance. The scotsman rocked the Royal Albert Hall and after a fast paced, high-flying match, picked up the victory and is now the number one contender for Pete Dunne’s UK title.

The real drama however came after the bell, as Joe and Mark Coffey (The Coffey Brothers) stormed the ring and beat down on everyone. Perhaps this could be the start of a build towards a tag title feud for the two Scots?


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