Here are the match results, my match ratings and review for Revolution Pro Wrestling Epic Encounters 2018
Match Results & Match Ratings
Adam Brooks defeated Shane Strickland
Fred Yehi defeated Josh Bodom
Undisputed British Cruiserweight Championship
David Starr defeated Kurtis Chapman
Aussie Open (Mark Davis & Kyle Fletcher) defeated Chosen Bros (Jeff Cobb & Matt Riddle)
Will Ospreay defeated El Phantasmo
Undisputed British Tag Team Championship
Suzuki Gun (Zack Sabre JR & Minoru Suzuki) defeated CCK (Chris Brookes & Travis Banks)
Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship
Tomohiro Ishii defeated Keith Lee
Match Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2
This was yet another fantastic show from the York Hall by Rev Pro, the show started really strong and just got better as it went along. The opening match was a great way to kick off the show Strickland was on top form but yet again Brooks was able to win and stay undefeated in Rev Pro. He has really made a name for himself in the short time he has been in the U.K. but is on the way to being very successful here. I think Bodom is becoming one of the best heels in British Wrestling and while he lost, he was still able to get revenge for his loss by hitting Yehi with a cheap shot and then Bodom proceeded to beat down Yehi until he was pulled off of Yehi. Then Bodom turned his attention to Dan Magee who was able to hold his own after Bodom attempted to bully him. While Bodom is great as a Heel I was really impressed by Fred Yehi, while he may be small in stature he is extremely viscous and efficient in his technique. I hope he returns to Rev Pro very soon. I am liking the story surrounding David Starr, Chris Roberts and the Owner Of Rev Pro Andy Quintain. Before the match could even begin Starr cut an awesome promo where he informed everyone that he is the Good Guy and that he wanted this match called down the middle so he replaced Chris Roberts with Shay Purser. This was another awesome David Starr match to add to the very long list and I must say this was the best performance I have seen from Kurtis Chapman. I had never really been a fan of Chapman’s but ever since he won the title he started to really impress me with every defence. While it is a shame he lost I am very intrigued to see what David Starr has in store for the title. I’m sure Andy will be trying his best to get the title off of him ASAP after Starr gave him the middle finger as he left the York Hall. One of the most impressive tag teams on the British Indy scene this year has been Aussie Open and this was a massive win for them against the two best pure athletes in wrestling today. The amazing spot fest between Ospreay and Phantasmo was breathtaking to say the least. The most violent match of the night was easily the Tag Team Title Match as Suzuki and ZSJ continued their reign of dominance in Rev Pro. Then there was the second coming of Ishii vs Lee and it was everything I could of asked for and quite possibly more. Both of these rather large gentleman absolutely beat the crap out of each other with some of the most sickening bone shattering shots I have ever witnessed. Some how Ishii was able to get the large frame of Keith Lee up and hit a devastating Brainbuster to retain the title.
Like I mentioned at the beginning this was a very good show and now that I think about it this show is in the running for the best from Rev Pro this year. But then there is still a lot to come this year from Rev Pro and we can not wait to get back to The York Hall for another classic Rev Pro night.