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Results: Uprising 2023

The below article contains spoilers for RevPro Uprising 2023. The full show is available to watch now on www.revproondemand.com


Quick Results


Undisputed British Cruiserweight Championship

- Robbie X def. Dan Moloney, Luke Jacobs & Will Kaven - NEW CHAMPION

Southside Women's Championship

- Dani Luna def. Kanji - NEW CHAMPION

Undisputed British Tag Team Championship Street Fight

- Greedy Souls def. Sunshine Machine

- Zack Sabre Jr. def. Leon Slater

Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship

- Great-O-Khan def. Zak Knight - NEW CHAMPION

- Michael Oku def. Connor Mills

- Will Ospreay def. Tomohiro Ishii


Full Results





Undisputed British Cruiserweight Championship

- Robbie X def. Dan Moloney, Luke Jacobs & Will Kaven - NEW CHAMPION




2022 British J Cup Winner, Robbie X topped off a career defining year by capturing the Undisputed British Cruiserweight Championship in a high octane, hard hitting 4 way elimination match. The contest was initially pegged to be a triple threat match however Luke Jacobs seeing Dan Moloney in the crowd invited him to join to the action. This move may well have proven to be downfall of the champion as despite eliminating Moloney, it was a re-emerging Drilla taking advantage of the no disqualification element of the match that lead to Jacobs being pinned by an opportunistic Will Kaven. 'Ruthless' Will has been a disrupter since emerging on the scene and looked like this was to be his night to shock the wrestling world, however despite throwing everything but the kitchen sink at the man who he holds two victories over, he just couldn't put X away. X weathered the storm disposing of a resilient Kaven with a nasty package tombstone.


Southside Women's Championship

- Dani Luna def. Kanji - NEW CHAMPION




Dani Luna took advantage of a situation and shocked the wrestling world by dethroning Southside Women's Championship who was looking to make her tenth defence of the title she was initially hoping to unify against Alex Windsor. It was Luna's power that proved to be the difference maker as she was able to connect with a darkness falls for a history making three count. After the contest injured British Women's champion who had been on commentary came down to console a distraught Kanji, but her presence was brushed off by the fallen champion as it seems tension still remains between the pair.


Undisputed British Tag Team Championship Street Fight

- Greedy Souls def. Sunshine Machine





A brutal, all action street fight ensued throughout York Hall as anything that was'nt screwed down was used as weapon as blood flowed from the heads of all four men. Ultimately it was the Greedy Souls who scored the victory after stereo chokes assisted by a steel chair and a ring turnbuckle hook respectively were enough to end Sunshine Machines hopes of re-capturing tag team gold.


- Zack Sabre Jr. def. Leon Slater





A completely different match stylistically to anything else on the card saw ZSJ make a triumphant return to RevPro defeating a very game Leon Slater. Slater, at just 18 years of age and still very early in his journey, proved in holding his own for long periods of the match that he is indeed the future of the business, but Zack Sabre Jr at the very top of his game is the now. Following his victory Sabre grabbed the microphone and declared the words which has no doubt put the rest of the wrestling world on notice... 'I'm back'



Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship

- Great-O-Khan def. Zak Knight - NEW CHAMPION



Heart break for the Knights saw RKJ loose his Undisputed British Heavyweight Championship without being involved in the match as Great-O-Khan's undefeated streak in RevPro continues. Gideon Grey and The Eliminator of the Great-O-Khan proved to be the difference maker in a contest that saw Zak Knight fight valiantly to keep the gold for his nephew. With this victory the British Heavyweight Championship returns to The United Empire, and the question still remains just who can end the dominance of The Great-O-Khan?


- Michael Oku def. Connor Mills




An emotionally driven fight saw Oku gain a measure of revenge over his former best friend and tag team championship winning partner Connor Mills. Both me will be feeling both the mental and physical effects of this contest for a long time to come as they left absolutely everything in the ring in this heated exchange. Ultimately it was Michael Oku who was able to walk away with his head held high after refusing to be baited by what seemed to be a last minute change of heart by Mills, but was in fact a last ditch attempt to use everything the pair had been through to blindside Oku. But it wasn't to be. A poetic yakuza kick in the corner that mirrored the exact same kick Mills dished out to Oku at the start of this betrayal followed by a huge frogsplash got the win for Oku.


- Will Ospreay def. Tomohiro Ishii



Everything you would expect and more from these two former Undisputed British Heavyweight Champions. Fought at a frantic pace they threw absolutely everything at one another and in the end it was the Storm Breaker that earned Ospreay another famous victory in York Hall, Bethnal Green and capping off perhaps the most impressive in ring calendar year for a wrestler ever with another instant classic.

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