Three match action from the grapplezone: Franky Dare & Brasov Tiger introduce "Tin Ribs" Pantelimon in a 3-way competition. Young Ady v rookie Ion T Strain Captain Ady always likes to give a Spotland welcome to a newbie! Max Morrison v Brasov Tiger Max now has the size to challenge Tiger in this rough 'n tumble.
Summer "End of the Pier" Variety featuring Sammy Scrapper v Neymar Jnr trainee Neymar tries some flying moves against old 'scrap metal' in a pro-style match under the ring spotlights. Neymar Jnr v Deathslayer in Sagger Fight 2. Franky Dare (Nadara) v Max Morrison recorded when both guys were learning their trademark moves. And finally ... Giggles Gigglesworth flies in again and has Drummer Tiger in a tailspin.
All matches filmed prior to the lockdown restrictions.
'Seeing guys in suspended surfboards is a great day! Love the boots on Franky & Max!'
Max Morrison v Brasov Tiger two singlet wrestlers in a beefy battle. Danny Mettle v Danny Green experienced grappler "Big Man" Mettle doesn't have it all his own way against a lively trainee. Alex McDonald v Joshua Gold up & coming Alex is well-matched with newcomer Josh who threatens to kick his ass! Franky Nadara v Sammy Scrapper our two experienced grapplers give an enjoyable demonstration of their mat wrestling skills.
Eight guys in four matches on The Loft grapplezone. 70 mins.
Dedicated to Danny Green who sadly passed away on 6th May following a car accident.
Max Morrison v Deathslayer & Sammy Scrapper v Neymar Jnr. Two of our young trainees have speed and agility but are still learning as they face more powerful and experienced opponents in training matches.
'Two very good bouts, good ring presence from Deathslayer (could be another Joey Eden) and Neymar Jr.'
Brasov Tiger v Max Morrison & Danny Mettle arm wrestling tests. Sammy Scrapper v Franky Nadara strength challenges wearing singlets. Franky Nadara v Pepsi Fetesti lift & carry with a trainee. Sammy Scrapper & Alex McDonald v Franky Nadara & Deathslayer fun tag team action.
Four scenarios featuring strength tests, lifts, slams, bearhugs, and singlets! Bumper entertainment for our supporters facing difficult times worldwide. 57mins.
'It's just not cricket!'
'I sold you some ring gear a few months ago on eBay - I knew it was a bad move and false economy as I’ve started buying the videos with the gear in! it’s a good match and the lads look great!'
Taekwondo Joe v Franky Nadara in a special TKD Fighter v Wrestler contest - leglock lovers will enjoy this one!
Referee Nigel Crabtree
Custom Match Sponsored By Uniformity
'That was great! Overall you guys did an awesome job with the moves and the production! Thank you so much for doing this and please send my regards to the guys. Would love to have another match at some point. :)'
'I enjoyed the uniform bout - I prefer 'gimmick' matches to more straightforward ones and have a thing for judo gear and also mixed disciplines ...'
'More please from Taekwondo Joe. Looked great in his Judo outfit. Franky performed brilliantly ...'
'I didnt recognise Rob with his clothes on! Great camera work'
Young Ady v Sammy Scrapper Enjoy the brotherly banter and the quality mat grappling as s the Spotland veterans battle it out for the Matman Cup. Ady tries to cut Sammy down to size plus Max Morrison v Danny Mettle showcasing their skills and introducing Benny & Jazz in a fun "round robin" training session
Sammy Scrapper was awarded 'Matman of the Year' for 2019
'two of my favourites'
'If you were to ask me who are my favorite guys on the Spotland roster, brothers Ady and Sammy would be at the top of that list. They have faced off several times in a variety of match types and scenarios and we are treated once again to what looks to be an exciting promission mat battle! While they have had aggressive matches, this one (while still a serious competition) shows the guys sharing a few laughs in between tap-outs, reminiscing and teasing each other.
This is another Spotland match that will definitely be a hit for submission lovers. Unique holds and surprising reversals will keep you guessing all the way to the end!
Treat yourself to this match featuring 2 of the most underrated promission grapplers underground wrestling has to offer! You won't be disappointed!' (kosubwrestle.blogspot .com)
Rob Palomino v Jack Nero in a hard-hitting fast-paced bout scheduled for 10 x 3min rounds. A classic two out of three falls or submissions to decide the winner. Will the ref spot Rob’s nasty tactics or will it be a case of Nero to Zero for Jack?
Sponsored by The Welsh Warrior.
Our Most Popular Pro Style Match in 2019.
'I believe everything I asked for went in to it. The public warnings and dirty tactics make it fun to watch.'
'... lived up to all expectations. Well done.'
'Great bout lots of my favourite holds like headscissors, headlocks.
I like Palomino's cocky aggressive attitude and his rule bending - standing on his opponent's hand, boot to groin whilst Nero is trapped upside down against the corner post, punch whilst Nero is in a headlock and illegal use of the ropes.
I like Palamino's repeated single leg Boston attempts in Round 4 especially the close up shots when he has Nero in the hold near the ropes and camera.'
Franky Dare v Max Morrison in a sporting but fiercely competitive match. Franky is out to prove a point against Max who makes his long-awaited pro debut. In an enticing bout scheduled for 8x3min rounds, who will have their hand raised at the end?
'Thoroughly enjoyed. Fast and energetic wrestling with well executed moves and weakeners.'
'The indian deathlock submission move, the guillotine applied and well done too.'
'A good even bout between two newcomers. Plenty of nice holds especially some of the headlocks and strangleholds. And Dare has a great abominal stretch on Morrison at one point. I particularly liked the interesting submission holds Morrison gets on Dare towards the end of the bout, stretching his body in a variety of punishing ways.
As both wrestlers are of a similar build and look a bit alike, I think they would make a good tag team pairing in matching trunks and boots. Just a suggestion for the future.'
Young Ady (Champion) v Rob Palomino Two stars from our roster fight it out in a thrilling match as Rob Palomino challenges Young Ady for the coveted Spotland Scrappers Pro Wrestling Championship title. This really is a clinic for high quality Brit Pro. Will power and experience win the day or will Rob finally make it to the top of the mountain?
'Absolutely loved Lords of The Loft. The pace of the action and moves right from the beginnning. Rob was so quick and agile, able to counter almost every move.Ady still has the strength moves and excellent wrestling skills. Both would have been stars in the 70s.'
'This is a fast-paced pro battle. The guys go all out and they're pretty skilled. I thought Ady might be a heel but he's not really. He's got a bad boy vibe but he doesn't really cheat. Fresh-faced Rob is a tough babyface. He a good guy but is more than willing to go rough when he needs to.
One thing that impresses me is the counters and reversals. The guys never just take abuse. Their time on top has to be earned. I like this style as it adds to the sense that anything can happen, as well as making the fight feel more intense. In the end, this is a really good pro-style match. The wrestling is solid, the guys are studs and drama is high. It's fast but not too fast. I like both guys but definitely prefer seeing young Rob receive punishment from Ady. However, Rob's capability as a wrestler is part of his charm, so I'm glad it's not a squash. The finale with the belt presentation is a great topper to an entertaining battle.' (alexmillerscave.blogspot .com)
Rob Palomino v Joey Eden "a small matter that could lead to a bigger dispute" sees two lads from the Spotland stable in an entertaining Brit Pro contest. Rob Palomino in only his second match takes on the more experienced Joey Eden. Referee Nigel Crabtree applies the Mountevans Rules.
'WOW the long awaiting tussle from the rookie Rob and Joey ... a bout of great energy and skill. Great variety of holds and a very sharp bout technically.' 'I am struck by the intensity and aggression shown by both lads.' 'Tough wrestling. I'm impressed by both guys.'
'I've been browsing through the archives and this was one of my favourite matches ... fun to watch ... surprised how easily Joey got Rob up in the surfboard ... really skillfull performance from the lads.'
Ronnie Laurenti v SammyScrapper hit the oil zone and Young Ady v "Muscleboy" RonnieLaurenti in a messy rip 'n strip. Plus, Danny Mettle, Brasov Tiger, Max Morrison & Frankie Dare in The Loft's attic. A bumper three-match compilation for fans of fun scenarios! Kindly sponsored by Lionel Messi.
'Ronnie is a worthy opponent for Ady. Sammy looks amazing.'
Young Ady v Danny Mettle MaxMorrison v Robyn Hudd FrankyDare v Daz Taser The team have outdoor fun with three matches on the beach and in the waves. How many surfboards can you count? A summer special filmed on Ainsdale Beach, Merseyside. Three more matches follow in Part Two!
Max Morrison v Danny Mettle The guys are wearing fingerless gloves, ankle boots and boxing shorts in this scenario. Little Danny can just about reach up and hang from the frame of the punching bag stand, while Max tests his abs. The two switch positions, then the action spills into the ring with more ab punching and grappling. Eventually one of them is caught in a sleeper hold, and wakes up tied to the punchbag frame!
Ray Junior v LJ Silva This is more of a fantasy fighting scenario than a wrestling match with punches and grappling/chokes rather than wrestling/submission holds. Ray and Silva are known as the best fighters in their regions. Both guys are too cocky to share such a title, so they decide to meet up and fight it out. They’ve agreed to a best out of three fights, with the winner declared by knocking out his opponent. The last man standing wins, and can proudly claim to be the better fighter once and for all. Both guys are confident they'll be the one walking away victorious.
Brasov Tiger v Max Morrison & Danny Mettle arm wrestling tests Sammy Scrapper v Franky Nadara strength challenges wearing singlets Franky Nadara v Pepsi Fetesti lift & carry with a trainee Sammy Scrapper & Alex McDonald v Franky Nadara & Deathslayer in fun tag team action
Four scenarios featuring strength tests, lifts, slams, bearhugs, and singlets!
'It's just not cricket!'
'I liked the Test Match download, particularly the singlet and tag team bouts - you’ve built up an impressive roster of new talent over the last year or so.'
Sammy Scrapper v Franky Dare in a "Slam & Bridge" themed practice match with Franky learning to bridge the hard way as Sammy enjoys the job of rookie wrecker!
'The stars of this match are smaller guys Sammy Scrapper and Franky Dare. In the world of British style pro-wrestling, which brings to my mind images of pasty, flabby, and toothless skin-headed dudes, Sammy and Franky easily qualify as pretty boys. And Sammy shows that you can be both a pretty boy and a heel as he dominates Franky for most of this match. This is another good production by Spotland Scrappers for those of us who like lift and carry wrestling.' (bodyslamfan.blogspot .com)
Young Ady v Max Morrison in a last man standing type of match. No tap outs, only knock outs. Someone can only win if his opponent stays knocked out for a ten count. Fans of headscissors, chokes and back-breakers will enjoy this one!
'Young Ady looks incredible. Best he's ever looked. He's growing into the beardy, beefy heel well.'
'Every minute of this half hour fight to KO is full of promission grappling goodness. Both men look great in their pro gear and Young Ady puts poor Max though the encyclopedia of submission holds. Max is resilient and definitely won't stay down for the count easily. Ady may have to resort to some dirty tricks to put Max away for good! The combo of of these 2 was near perfect. Ady is a great brute and Max sells his suffering extremely well. This is easily in my top 3 from Spotland!' (kosubwrestle.blogspot .com)
Young Ady v Flavi Forza Two gym buddies in a first to three submissions custom match in The Loft's grapplezone. One fighter in compression shorts and the other in MMA style fighting shorts. With sleeper holds and chokes, torture racks, & nelsons. Sponsored by Catchinski Customs.
Our Most Popular Custom Match in 2019.
'I was really happy with the match and I loved the variety of submission holds. Please give Ady and Flavi my thanks. I hope they enjoyed producing it as much as I did watching it.'
'Ady and Flavi were so creative. I was blown away by the athleticism and strength of both men.'
Sam Smiler v LJ Silva in another of our series of customised scenarios with a slam & bridge theme filmed in The Loft Studio ring.
'The match is perfect! I love it. The choice of music is hysterical and a very nice touch! Please thank the guys for doing such an awesome job. I appreciate all the effort they put in ... it was fantastic! They really do work well together.' (Cloud One Customs - Sponsor of Building Bridges)
'The starring wrestlers are Sam Smiler (in the yellow trunks) and LJ Silva. As advertised, it features a ton of bodyslams, but the wrestlers dish out other forms of slams and back punishment, so if you're a fan of lift and carry wrestling, this is a fun match to watch. I've been watching Spotland Scrappers off and on for several years now, and Sam is one of my favorite wrestlers on their roster.' (bodyslamfan.blogspot .com)
Young Ady v Ray Junior In the third of our Memphis Wrestling custom match series, the Vets Leader Young Ady decides to take care of the upstarts himself, starting with Ray Junior, whom he finds training alone in the gym. Junior regrets accepting Ady's challenge even before he climbs into the ring, but there's no-one else around to help him, as the experienced team captain uses a string of power and submission moves against his lightweight newbie opponent.
Match Sponsor Rob Memphis
'The wrestling content of this is phenomenal and the teaming of Ady and Ray is amazing. The whole pace and execution of holds is superb and Ray brings a fresh style of athleticism to the role. Ray took the punishment well; I know he will know he was in a tough match with Ady; even the gear sets it off with the boots ...'