Global Cruiserweight Series

The following was issued by WWE on Friday.


The race to earn a spot in this summer’s hottest tournament just got a little more exciting, as Revolution Pro Wrestling in the United Kingdom has announced the participants in its qualifying match for the WWE Global Cruiserweight Series. The bout is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 1, at The Cockpit in London.

Previously confirmed participant Noam Dar of Scotland enters the GCS in the qualifying round. The Israeli-Scottish competitor has made a name for himself as one of the most adaptable wrestlers in the world. Among the U.K.’s premier technical wrestlers, the 22-year-old Dar has shown he can hang with the world’s best in the squared circle, having taken on the likes of AJ Styles, former NXT Champion Finn Bálor, and Austin Aries.

Dar’s opponent in the qualifying match is Josh Bodom. Regarded as one of the hottest prospects in British wrestling, Bodom has made a name for himself against Superstars like Bálor and another GCS competitor, Tommaso Ciampa. He’ll certainly look to ruin Dar’s summer and put himself on the biggest stage possible by earning a spot in the Global Cruiserweight Series.

The all-important qualifying match takes place at Revolution Pro Wrestling’s Live at The Cockpit 8 event on Sunday, May 1, at 5:30 p.m. GMT at The Cockpit in London. For complete information on how you can see this Global Cruiserweight Series qualifier live and in-person, visit For more information on Revolution Pro Wrestling, follow them on Twitter @RevProUK and like their Facebook page.

Previously announced qualifiers for the Global Cruiserweight Series include Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Flash Morgan Webster and Pete Dunne vs. Jack Gallagher at PROGRESS Wrestling this Sunday in Camden, England and Drew Gulak vs. Tracy Williams and Fred Yehi vs. TJ Perkins at the EVOLVE 61 iPPV in Queens, New York on May 7.


  1. It actually really is an exciting time to be a wrestling fan, between things like this and NXT. I think WWE is realising that if the industry as a whole is allowed to grow and develop, they benefit from the results.

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