Posts Tagged ‘ East Wall ’

The House Of Pain #3-Reality Bites

I know I haven’t put out a blog in the last couple of weeks I’ve been very busy with some personal stuff in my life and plus I’ve wrestled twice since my match for Irish Whip Wrestling in my hometown of East Wall on March 31st. I still can’t state how brilliant it was to wrestle in front of my hometown crowd, the atmosphere was electric and thankfully I managed to get the victory over Soultaker Salem. I also won a five man rumble on that card which capped off a great night.

Anyway there have been some people emailing this website basically saying that I haven’t a clue what I am doing and that I shouldn’t write a blog. These individuals also put that email up on Twitter for the world to see (Classy!!). The twat who tweeted that stated “You are now reading the most arrogant email ever sent”. Maybe that’s true but I did point out when I wrote my first blog that it was my first one and I had never written one before so it’s all trial and error and I’d like to thank Irish News Review for allowing me to write for their website.

I’d also like to thank the lads at Wrestling.ie and Joe Cabray for booking me on their show during the Easter holidays. All the lads who wrestled the show were brilliant. I was clearly not at my best during the match I had on the first night but I’d like to think that I somewhat redeemed myself on the second night, but anyway this is just a quick blog shorter than usual (I know) as I have some stuff to take care of, anyway until next time folks.

 

Danny “The Pain” Deans Homecoming Tops Latest IWW Card

Irish Whip Wrestling makes a welcomed return to Dublin next weekend with an action packed card featuring our very own columnist Danny “The Pain” Deans. 

The stars of IWW will square off next Saturday at the Sean O`Casey Community Centre in East Wall. Fans will be looking forward to seeing some of the organisations top stars including current Irish Whip Wrestling Heavyweight champion The Supermodel and Mandrake, the man he beat for the coveted title. 

But it is the return of East Wall`s very own Danny Deans that will have top billing on the night. While Danny`s opponent has yet to be revealed fans can rest assured he will be more than a match for them having stepped up the intensity of his training recently. The powerhouse has proven in the past that he is more than a match for any opponent on his day. 

Danny`s homecoming will see him take to the ring in Dublin for the first time since July of last year when he lost out in a triple threat match against The Ballymun Bruiser and The Irish Dragon, who retained his Dublin Championship Wrestling title.

 The House of Pain columnist is looking forward to returning home, “To come back to the Sean O’Casey community centre is homecoming for me because it’s where I get an opportunity to wrestle in front of a packed house of my family, friends and neighbours who are all showing their support by chanting my name. It’s an experience and an adrenaline rush I’ll never forget”. 

Will Danny be able to reign supreme in his own back garden? Tickets are on sale now at €10 each with a family concession available for €35. Tickets are available from the venue and a limited supply will be available at the door. Alternatively you can visit IWW on Facebook or ring  01 850 9000 for ticket information. The card gets under way from 6.30 pm.

Gardaì Recover Body In Search For Missing Man

Gardaí investigating the kidnapping of a man in Dublin just over two weeks ago have found a body in a remote area of Co Meath.

The body was discovered late last night in a field around 5km outside Trim by Gardaí who had been involved in a search.

Gardaí have been searching fields in Meath and north Dublin for Ciaran Noonan, who has not been seen for 16 days.

The 29-year-old father-of-one was attacked and bundled into a Volkswagen Golf by up to five men on Russell Avenue in East Wall at 4.45pm on 20 October.

The car involved in the incident was left parked at the Kellegland Apartments in Ashbourne, Co Meath, three hours later and recovered by investigating Gardaí. Mr Noonan had been living in Ashbourne for some time. Gardaí believe they have identified the man who was driving the car. However, efforts to find him have proven unsuccessful. He is known to Gardaí but is not regarded as a major gang figure.

Gardaí believe Mr Noonan’s abduction and his presumed murder are most likely drug-related.

Searches began in the area last Monday and were extended to lands around Dunboyne and Trim. Last night the body of a man was discovered in a ditch two fields in from the road, 5km outside of Trim.

The area has been sealed off pending the arrival of a State Pathologist.