More names have been officially confirmed for the ITV WOS roster over the past few days, including former Impact Wrestling, FWA and Pro Wrestling NOAH veteran Doug Williams.
Williams is one of the most decorated British wrestlers of the past two decades, having held championship gold in major promotions worldwide. Williams was a tag team title holder in Japanese promotions NJPW (alongside Magnus) and NOAH (with Scorpio) and held singles titles in Ring Of Honor, Impact and the FWA. He is also the reigning PROGRESS Atlas Champion as of this writing.
WOS Wrestling is BACK!
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In addition to Williams, the following new names have also been confirmed since the initial roster members were revealed.
Rampage – A former PROGRESS Atlas Champion and a regular for Defiant (where he is Defiant World Champion), NGW, 3CW and PCW.
Grado – The reigning WOS Champion having defeated Dave Mastiff (now of NXT UK) on the WOS pilot in late 2016. Grado is also a regular act for Impact Wrestling and was a key player in the growth of ICW.
Sha Samuels, CJ Banks and Viper all return from the pilot too. Samuels and Banks have been regulars on the UK circuit for over a decade, while Viper is one of the most accomplished female wrestlers on the planet having enjoyed success in Stardom, ICW, and in the WWE Mae Young Classic last year.
Joining them on the roster are NGW Champion Nathan Cruz, reigning ICW Champion Stevie Boy and the man he beat to win the title BT Gunn, NGW training school product Liam Slater, sensational high-flyer and current NGW Gen X Champion Robbie X, former WCPW/Defiant Internet Champion Gabriel Kidd, ROH UK star Kip Sabian, British powerhouse Iestyn Rees, WAW regular Brad Slayer, Scottish wrestling veteran Lionheart, Mae Young Classic performer Ayesha, intimidating super-heavyweight Crater, former two-time ICW Women’s Champion Kasey Owens, Stardom standout and Defiant Women’s Champion Bea Priestley, British wrestling superhero Justin Sysum, and UK scene stalwart HT Drake.
ITV WOS hits the screens at 5pm on Saturday, July 28th on ITV.