Time and Location

Sunday, November 12th 1 PM PDT at Empire City Colosseum

Every week we can feel you clamoring for more crossover between VWE, WPWF, and DIE, but you can’t strong arm us. Instead, every Sunday we give you a sample, a teaser and a taste in the form of a show called “Pulse Wrestling”. Pulse Wrestling is presented every Sunday at 1 pm SLT at the Empire City Coliseum and this week there is a doozy of a couple matches already scheduled that should whet your appetite. So let’s just jump right in.

Full match card

Match One

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In the first scheduled match, the former Pulse Women’s Champion, Sara Knight, will battle Aphrodite. This is going to be a tough battle for Aphrodite. As soon as the bell rings, Knight will come out looking for a knockout blow. If Aphrodite can withstand the opening barrage, she can look for an opening. With strong strikers, the goal should be to get them on the ground, where their main weapon will be taken away. The problem is Aphrodite doesn’t have a strong grappling game. The key to victory for Aphrodite will be to slip under some of Sara’s strikes, keep moving so there is no steady target and wait for a solid opening to strike.

Main Event

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This Triple Threat Match is to determine who will face Kingston Ellington at Pulse Invasion II for the Pulse Men’s Championship. Any of the three would be worthy contenders, but breaking them down, there are clear strategies going into this battle. Stay away from the Gunslinger’s power, keep O’Neill down upon the mat, and do not give Drake Edwards any space to hit the Dragon Rising. In a Triple Threat, the strategy has to be adaptable. Keeping in mind that you are facing off against two opponents can help keep you from getting caught off-guard. As the match begins, Bert “Turbo” O’Neill will be moving fast around the ring, slipping under some grapples and hitting the ropes, trying to force his opponents to suck oxygen. He knows that if a man can’t breathe, a man can’t fight. In his most recent battles, Drake Edwards has shown that he likes to throw strikes back and forth with his opponents, trying to make an opening for a grapple, but knowing he can’t match power with Asadar, look for Edwards to work the legs with some quick kicks rather than trying to go punch for punch. The Gunslinger has the biggest target on his back in this match. As the biggest opponent, he is the biggest threat. He needs to make sure that Bert and Drake don’t double-team him and take him out of the equation for the match.

Card is subject to change