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ESTABLISHED IN 1980
The WWWA is the 2nd oldest active independent professional wrestling organization in the United States and has traveled around the globe including North America, South America, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
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Sep 24 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
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6:30 pm Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
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Oct 22 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
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(c) Wyndham James Winthorpe III vs Brian Atkins. (WWWA World Heavyweight Championship Match)

Brian Atkins displayed not only displayed his raw power and athleticism, but he also showed a high wrestling IQ. Before the match began, Brian took the mic to let Wyndham know that he would equal the playing field and not allow himself to be outnumbered this time. Moments later, the crowd jumped to their feet in excitement to realize that Rob Atkins has returned from injury and the Atkins Brothers are back!

Wyndham continued his wicked British ways with a multitude of illegal attacks while the referee was focusing elsewhere. Atkins pure athleticism and high collegiate level wrestling background put him lightyears ahead of Wyndham, working circles around him in the ring. Unfortunately, Winthrope’s veteran prowess allowed him to make up for where he lacks in athleticism. After a long grueling exchange between them, The crowd became amped while Wyndham escaped a firemen’s carry from Atkins,nusing the ref as a distraction. In line with his cheating persona, he grabbed his title and attempted to hit Atkins with the belt so that he could lose via disqualification but still retain his title. Rob Atkins would save his brother Brian by taking the title belt out of Wyndham’s hand. In the process, Brian Atkins runs into his own brother, knocking him out cold off of the side apron Shocked at his mistake, Brian held his head in guilt and as soon as distraction broke from his opponent, Wyndham landed his signature slam for the three count pinfall to retain his title.

How will Rob Atkins react to being attacked by his own flesh and blood? Will he recognize the mistake as an accident or will he think there is a deeper meaning to the actions? Did Brian enjoy the shine of being a singles competitor in Rob’s absence or was it simply a mistake? Only time will tell.

The Atkins Brothers
The Atkins Brothers

Tyler Symz vs Ken Andrews ends in double count out

Whether you were anticipating to gaze your eyes on Ken Andrews unique blend of speed and chrisma or revel in the brilliance of Tyler Symz correspondingly dangerous combination offense, the encounter between WWWA’s two bright stars didn’t disappoint.

Symz and Andrews exchanged one unbelievable move after another, that left the crowd in reverence. From Andrews countless versions of modified arm breakers and armbars to Symz impactful spine buster into a sharpshooter, the majestic combatants provided tons of close pinfalls and high-level maneuveres that had the WWWA crowd on their feet. The match had everything you could possibly want…. Everything but a clear-cut victor.

After Andrews climbed the top turnbuckle to deliver the coast to coast dropkick, he dove outside the ring onto Symz and the two brawled into the crowd. The melee became so heated that both men didn’t realize that the referee completed his 10-count, with the match resulting in a Double Count-Out.

Although the match ended, the intense rivalry wouldn’t concede either man to stop relentlessly engaging the other. The entire locker room emptied in hopes to separate the two from absolute destruction of the area. Something tells us that this won’t be the last time we see those men go at it.

(c) Leo Sweet def. Injdible. (WWWA High Impact Championship)

Leo Sweet may have undergone a set of eardrum-shattering chops but he always finds a way to dance to victory. While Injdible is a premier talent on the rise in WWWA, his focus was shifted on making sure the crowd remembered his name. Unfortunately for Injdible, champion Leo Sweet brought his A-game. Although a dishonorable low blow kick to the groin was conducive to Leo’s success, ultimately he was able to secure the victory with his signature rolling firemens carry.

Injdible showed flashes of brilliance but ultimately let the crowd take his focus off of the match. Focus is important during such a marquee matchup with a title on the line.

Will President Dino grant Injdible a title shot in the future or did he let the crowd get the best of him? Injdible should be on a quest to prove to himself and the promotion that if he focuses on his opponent, he could be a force to be reckoned with.

Leo Sweet
Leo Sweet
Jul
23
Sat
6:30 pm Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Jul 23 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Quakertown Farmer’s Market Q-Mart Arena 201 Station Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
Aug
27
Sat
6:30 pm Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Aug 27 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Quakertown Farmer’s Market Q-Mart Arena 201 Station Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
Sep
24
Sat
6:30 pm Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Sep 24 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Quakertown Farmer’s Market Q-Mart Arena 201 Station Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
Oct
22
Sat
6:30 pm Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Q-Mart Arena @ Quakertown Farmer's Market
Oct 22 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm
Quakertown Farmer’s Market Q-Mart Arena 201 Station Road, Quakertown, PA 18951
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