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UK Wrestler Injured During WWE Cruiserweight Classic Qualifying Match Featured in Documentary

As alluded to during the Around the Ring podcast earlier this evening, UK independent wrestler “Flash” Morgan Webster has released a documentary chronicling his return from injury.  The documentary is free and is called “Road Back to Malice,” and can be seen on Vimeo at this link.  The documentary was directed, edited, and shot by Adam Williams and also features some comments from Mark Andrews, a fellow Welsh wrestler (of WWE UK Championship Tournament and Impact Wrestling fame).

Morgan suffered two fractures in his ankle and a dislocated shoulder during a WWE Cruiserweight Classic Qualifying match against Zack Sabre Jr. in April of 2016.  The documentary shows Webster’s journey through rehabilitation over a ten month period leading to his return at a Progress Wrestling event.

Bill Says:  Since recording the show, I have watched the documentary and was impressed with how well it was put together.  Morgan comes across as a likeable guy, and when it closes it seems they created a strong feel-good moment.  The documentary storytelling also seems very well done.  It’s only roughly 25 minutes long, so it’s worth your time to watch it.

About Bill Wentz (1540 Articles)'s Senior Columnist, writing with the site since 2009 and a lifelong wrestling fan dating all the way back to the early Wrestlemania years. As a strongly opinionated fan, you can get my thoughts regularly on Ring Rap Audio and Around the Ring on Thursdays, as well as in "Wentz's Blog" in print. Look for my live show reports as well for MMA, WWE, ROH, and more. Outside of wrestling, I have a strong obsession with trucks, winning awards statewide with a truck dubbed the "Brahma Bull Edition." Interact with me on Twitter @Bill_SoonerFan or by email at

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