Slammasters Wrestling Is Back!

Slammasters Wrestling is back better than ever, as the leading Welsh Wrestlers are set to take each other on in the highly anticipated ‘Back To The Banking Hall’ event this March 12th  

Former Welsh wrestlers Jonathan Walker (aka Necrofago) and David Haigh (aka Big D) set up Slammasters to give something back to their local community in Beddau.

It was therefore a simple choice to take their first show to the local rugby club, which is often the hub for many villages across Wales, before expanding towards the capital.

The event will take place at Portland House, Cardiff. Its grade two listed features make it the perfect venue for some high-flying action.

Co-founder Walker said

We started the company to bring Welsh Wrestling together and allow local talent to flourish. We wanted to bring Wrestling to the local communities of Wales. Slammasters is a family show, which people from all generations can enjoy. But the level of talent on show is sure to appeal to those who appreciate the art of the sport too.

We are passionate about the sport and having been involved for a number of years, we now have the chance to support the incredible talent that is coming through in Wales. It is great to help them flourish and take the sport to new levels.

Current Slammasters Women’s Champion L A Taylor will be making her first defence of her title in Cardiff, against Xia Brookside, who is the daughter of Robbie Brookside, of British Wrestling royalty.

L A Taylor

Brookside is returning from Japan with revenge on her mind, after tagging with Mariah May, who Taylor defeated to win the Championship back in October.

While Mark Andrews, Flash Morgan Webster and Dani Luna will be teaming up for the first time since their WWE days to face High and Mighty (Martyn Grant and Mark Daniels) and Lizzy Evo.

Mark Andrews v Kid Lykos 
Lizzy Evo






Much like other Welsh sport, Welsh Wrestling is currently punching way above its own weight, with their talent taking over the British scene.

“This generation of Welsh talent is arguably the best there has been, the likes of Mark Andrews, Wild Boar, Flash Morgan Webster have all gone on to wrestle for WWE,” Walker added.

“Some of the top talent coming out of Wales are now likely to dominate the main shows in the UK scene. Progress Wrestling, ICW and Revolution Wrestling having shows in Wales proves that there’s no doubt they are now looking to see who is coming through in Wales.”

Tickets for the show are available on