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Several Talent “Very Upset” Over Wrestling Entertainment Series Postponement

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A new report has claimed that several talent who were set to appear on the upcoming Wrestling Entertainment Series (WES) show are less than impressed at it’s cancellation.

New promotion Wrestling Entertainment Series was due to hold it’s first-ever show at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham, England on June 4th.

However, just days out from the event, the promotion’s founders Sunny Dhinsa and Gzim Selmani – the former Akam and Rezar (Authors of Pain) put out a press release announcing that the show had been postponed until July 9th.

In the statement, the pair explained that the show was originally intended to take place in the UAE but was moved after the death of Sheikh Khalifa. The former WWE stars went on to cite the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations as one of the primary reasons behind the rescheduling.

Although the company put out the press release on May 31st, Chelsea Green who had been set to appear on the show, posted on social media that it wasn’t going ahead.

Green had been scheduled to team with Deonna Purrazzo to take on Current IMPACT Knockouts Tag Team Champions Madison Rayne and Tenille Dashwood. The card was due to be headlined by Adam Scherr (Braun Strowman) taking on Alistair Overeem.

In a new report from Fightful Select, it is noted that “numerous” performers who were slated to appear, will not be returning for the rearranged date. Word spread quickly after the comments from Chelsea Green, and several talent were said to be “very upset” at the postponement.

Anybody requiring refunds or those still looking for tickets are encouraged to contact the Motor Point Arena in Nottingham directly.