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» Name: Andrew Galloway
» Ring Name: Drew Galloway
» Born: June 6th 1985
» Hometown: Ayr, Scotland
He began training from the age of 15 in England, before moving back to Scotland to begin his career. Before long, he became a regular in British Championship Wrestling (BCW), using the gimmick "Thee" Drew Galloway and winning their Heavyweight Championship twice, along with the Heavyweight Championship of Insane Championship Wrestling. He also found success abroad in Irish Whip Wrestling, winning their top title. During this time, he completed an undergraduate degree in criminology.
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Published by Gena on April 24th, 2015
Filed in: Interviews.
Short preview –
I’d say that fans were genuinely excited to #StandUp with you. Do you feel the movement has had a tangible effect on wrestling fans? Have they truly bought into your message?
“It’s not a case of buying into my message it’s a case of me talking as a fan and fans agreeing with me because they’re passionate about wrestling. My attitude isn’t sunshine/lollipops, let’s do this, guys. It’s if you’re with us, awesome and if not, we do not care. We are many, we are no longer the silent majority and we will have our voices heard. I’m not trying to be a leader, walk with me side by side and let’s make a change. Sounds gimmicky but I really mean everything that I say.”
Judging by the responses you received on Twitter and Facebook, I’d say that most fans seemed to want more wrestling on Impact, less talking, and more X Division. Am I way off base or did you get different results?
“You are just about right on the money. We have the feedback and keep it coming because plans are being implemented to make things happen. I didn’t grow up saying I want to be a professional talker. I loved watching professional wrestling. I wanted to be a professional wrestler, it’s that simple. Talking is necessary at times to connect with fans and express yourselves but it should not come close to dominating a show. Fans want action and we are going to give it to them.”
TNA Impact –
Back from commercials the brawl between Homicide and Angle spills into the arena. They brawl all around ringside with Homicide choking Angle with a chair and then slamming him into the ring post with the chair hanging around Angle’s neck! Homicide slams Angle into the ring steps but Angle fights back and tosses Homicide into the steps as well. Homicide rakes the eyes of Angle and rolls him into the ring and counters a right hand attempt into a Gringo Cutta! Homicide takes his boot off and then low blows Angle before going to hit Angle with the boot! Angle ducks and hits a German Suplex on Homicide! Angle puts Homicide in the Angle Lock on his shoeless foot! The rest of the BDC hit the ring and beat on Angle. Ki and King hold Angle as Homicide hits Angle with his boot and then MVP hits the Driveby Kick! MVP hits Angle with a chair but The Rising hits the ring and starts fighting with Ki, King, and Homicide. MVP continues to hit Angle with the chair in the ring as The Rising brawls with the BDC to the back. MVP goes to hit Angle in the head with the chair but EY runs out and gets between MVP and Angle. MVP agrees to lay off Angle and hands EY the chair to lay Angle out with. EY picks up the chair and goes to hit Angle with it, but stops himself and drops the chair.
TNA Impact – Segment: Drew Galloway enters with “The Rising.” Galloway tells the fans all he’s ever wanted to do was be a professional wrestler. He thanks them for their continued support and says the reason he came to TNA was to change professional wrestling with the “#StandUp” movement. Galloway turns the mic. over so that his teammates may introduce themselves. First, Myka, son of the legendary Haku, introduces himself and assures the fans that wrestling is pumping through his veins. Eli Drake introduces himself next. Drake says he – and his comrades are not “robots cut out in a factory,” that they’re not “Superstars,” but rather, they’re three professional wrestlers with something to prove. Together, they address The Beat Down Clan, warning them not to mess with The Rising. Galloway says MVP – and The BDC – doesn’t run Impact anymore. They vow a war. The BDC arrives on the scene. MVP advises The Rising not to try making their names off The Beat Down Clan. MVP assures The Rising will have a most tragic fall. Galloway counts down from three. At one, The BDC and The Rising collide! They battle all around the ring until order is restored and Galloway requests a referee.
Match: The Rising vs. The Beat Down Clan
Eli Drake and Kenny King start the match. Kenny King slaps on a side headlock and attempts a shoulder block. King catches Drake with a back elbow against the ropes. Drake then catches King with a scoop powerslam before tagging out to Myka. Myka comes face-to-face MVP. MVP shoves Myka – and Myka explodes with a series of rights. Myka follows up with a standing dropkick and neckbreaker. Myka scales the turnbuckle and Low Ki distracts the ref. Kenny King shoves Myka from the top rope. Myka appears to have tweaked his knee with the fall to the outside. MVP brings forth Low Ki who commands the match and taunts The Rising. Kenny King tags into the match and capitalizes on the existing advantage. MVP quickly makes the tag and taunts Galloway and Drake as he drops Myka with a huge boot to the face. Myka counters a Black Out Kick with a Samoan drop! He and MVP make their respective tags! Galloway mows over Low Ki with a big kick before knocking King from the apron. Galloway powers Low Ki into the corner. Drake and Galloway clear the ring and Myka flies from the turnbuckle with a crossbody that connects with the all three members of The BDC! With their attention focused beyond the ring, a masked man enters with a steel pipe to attack The Rising! The man removes his mask as the bell sounds repeatedly! Homicide has returned to The Beat Down Clan!
Published by Gena on April 9th, 2015
Filed in: Site News.
I’m sure a lot of you notice, when you click on a image in the gallery. It comes up with a silver nut. Why? I don’t know , but if you click on that nut. It should come up with the picture your wanting to view. I will try to get another layout soon. I’m assuming it’s maybe the coding. If not. I will just switch to a older layout.
TNA Impact – MVP, accompanied by The BDC, awaits the champion. “The Destroyer” Lashley enters powerfully and confidently. Lashley takes MVP off his feet with a huge clothesline. The champion dominates early with a hanging vertical suplex, but their fight spills to the outside. The BDC attempts interference. While the official, Brian Stiffler, is distracted by The BDC, MVP takes control with a running kick to Lashley’s face. Stiffler ejects Low Ki from ringside, but the interference paid off. MVP rolls Lashley into the ring and makes a cover. Lashley’s out at two. MVP connects with a well-placed kick to the spine before working over Lashley’s arm and shoulder. MVP tosses Lashley from the ring and distracts Brian Stiffler. Meanwhile, Samoa Joe and Kenny King attack the champion. MVP applies a figure-four wrist lock, but Lashley refuses to quit. Lashley counters with a couple rights before both men catch one another with clotheslines. They’re both down. MVP and Lashley trade shots until Lashley gains the advantage, sending MVP to the mat. Lashley powers into MVP with a huge shoulder block and spinebuster! Lashley sets up for a spear, but Kenny King grabs his ankle, allowing MVP to rush in with a boot the face and an exploder suplex. Lashley spears MVP, but as he falls, MVP takes out Brian Stiffler! Eric Young rushes into the ring and attacks Lashley with a steel chair! Eric Young sets Lashley up for the piledriver; Bobby Roode makes the save! Lashley and MVP make it back to their feet. Lashley drops MVP with a huge powerslam! The champion makes the cover, but Kenny King pulls Brian Stiffler from the ring just before three! Joe and King attack Lashley. Gunner emerges to combat Joe. Lashley takes out Kenny King – and MVP capitalizes. MVP makes a cover, but there’s no referee. Brian Hebner rushes in – and Lashley powers out at two! Brian Hebner gets distracted with the medics and Stiffler and MVP grabs the chair. Drew Galloway makes the save by kicking MVP in the face, setting up the challenger for a huge spear! Lashley connects, Hebner reenters the ring and the pin is good for the champion to retain his title!
Glasgow,Scotland – Snow attacks Grado before the opening bell. Snow dominates early with a knee to the gut and an elbow to the face. Grado attempts to fight back, but Snow overpowers him with a clothesline. Snow chokes Grado using his wrist tape.
The referee breaks the choke. Snow grabs Grado by the head and points to – and taunts Grado’s mom in the audience. Snow bodyslams Grado and covers him for a two-count. Snow slaps Grado in the face. Grado counters with a chop. Snow bodyslams Grado again and heads to the top rope.
Al Snow connects with a moonsault and makes a pin attempt! Grado’s out at two! Snow goes up top again – this time missing the moonsault. Grado hits Snow with a “Wee Boot,” before connecting with a “Roll and Slice.”
Grado misses another Wee Boot. Al Snow misses with head and Grado catches him with a Wee Boot for the win!
Post-match: Grado celebrates his victory – and Al Snow makes good on his word by shaking Grado’s hand and hoisting it into the air. The BDC attacks – but Drew Galloway debuts from the crowd to make the save! Drew Galloway catches Low Ki in the head with a metal bar – Low Ki is busted open and blood pours from the side of his head.