WWE unveils beautiful new United Kingdom Championship
December 15, 2016 - WWE
WWE announced Thursday that it is entertainment a 16-man, two-day contest in Jan to climax a new United Kingdom Champion. The tournament, that starts Jan 14th and ends Jan 15th, will atmosphere on a WWE Network. WWE picked 16 rising stars from a British wrestling scene, and if a Cruiserweight Classic was any indication, a contest should be a must-watch.
“This rare eventuality will underline a single-elimination contest and showcase competitors from all 4 Home Nations and Ireland including: charismatic Trent Seven, from Wolverhampton; hard-hitting Pete Dunne, from Birmingham; Tyler Bate, a splendid immature 19-year-old star from Dudley, West Midlands; large soldier Wolfgang, from Glasgow; tough Tyson T-Bone, from Malvern; a assertive Northern Irish grappler Tucker; Irish high-flyer Jordan Devlin, who hails from Bray, in County Wicklow, a same home city as WWE Superstar Finn Bálor®; and Londoner Roy Johnson, a former champion powerlifter.
William Regal®, Head Scout, WWE Talent Development, and Robbie Brookside, WWE trainer, participated in a scouting routine for a contest competitors, regulating their peerless believe and knowledge of a UK scene, grown over careers of some-more than 20 years in a ring.
The WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament on WWE Network will be called by WWE lead announcer Michael Cole, who will be assimilated by tone researcher Nigel McGuinness, a buttress of a UK eccentric scene”
In a press discussion in London, Triple H pronounced a championship was “the subsequent step in a ongoing plan to emanate localized calm for a tellurian WWE Network,” that would advise we could potentially see a Japanese (or Chinese, given WWE’s new pull in that market) Championship in a future.