Live Report: Revolution Pro Live at The Cockpit 47

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Event: Revolution Pro Live at The Cockpit 47

Venue: The Cockpit Theatre, London

Submitted by: Steve Harris

Brendan White over Kenneth Halfpenny
A Contenders match giving White a win on his way to facing Ren Narita at York Hall later this month.

Michael Oku over Rob Lias
TK Cooper came to ringside and distracted Lias allowing Oku to tap him out with a half crab. Lias is the heel here. Oku promised to win the British J Cup and left. Lias called Cooper back to the ring to finish their issue. He wanted to call it even between them, Cooper agreed while JJ Gale snuck up behind Lias and beat him up. Again, Lias is the heel.

Kyle Fletcher over Carlos Romo
Two guys better known for their tag team careers had a great match that came within 90 seconds of the time limit before Fletcher won with a tombstone piledriver.

The Legion (Sha Samuels, Gideon Grey, Rampage Brown and Great O’Kharn) over Kurtis Chapman, Dan Magee, Darius Lockhart, and TK Cooper
A fun crazy eight-man that ended when a mysterious masked man dressed in black took out Lockhart enabling Grey to get the pin. Grey announced that this new member of the Legion would be revealed on January 10th when he wins the Southside Heavyweight Championship.

Gisele Shaw over Dani Luna
A rearranged match from last month, Shaw won with a corkscrew from the top rope that appeared to smash Luna right in the face. Shaw took the mic and challenged Tessa Blanchard for November 24th after Blanchard’s original opponent Kanji had to pull out through injury.

Senza Volto over Robbie X
A superb match with both men showing great agility and chemistry. Senza moves on to the British J Cup with a great win.

Dan Moloney over Omari
A long-awaited Rev Pro debut for Omari won by Moloney with the Drilla piledriver

Southside Tag Team Championship
Moonlight Express (Speedball Mike Bailey and Mao) over Deadly Sins (JK Moody and Kane Khan) to win the titles

Rev Pro recently acquired Southside Wrestling and this was the first crossover match building towards the unification of both companies’ titles. The majority of the audience were only familiar with Bailey but had gotten into the match by the end. British Tag Team champions Rampage Brown and Great O’Kharn came out for a staredown to close the show.