I WANT TO BREAK THREE REVIEW

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As a gentle pitter patter of raindrops falls onto the waiting crowd below, the fans seem oblivious to the overcast British weather. Little pockets of people huddle together murmuring and whispering, but their talk isn’t about the forming puddles on the pavement. There is a feeling of anticipation. A swell of excitement that this rain can’t dilute no matter how much it tries. These people are pumped. Their clothes may be dampened but their spirits most certainly are not.

For this is no ordinary crowd. This is a PCW crowd and this is the third anniversary show “I Want To Break Three”.

Something special is going to happen tonight. I can feel it and so can the rest of the sold out crowd. We don’t know exactly what it’ll be, but man, we sure as hell can’t wait to find out!

First off we are introduced to the very beautiful Joanna Rose. Joanna has become the voice of PCW and she shows off her fantastic vocal talents with a superb rendition of “God Save The Queen". Joanna then introduces the PCW crowd to the Voices Of PCW, Greg “The Truth” Lambert and Stallion. After the commentary team have finished speaking, the crowd's attention is drawn to the big screens where the brand new (and very slick) PCW opening package video is played:

 

Rayne v Dar

Dave Rayne v Noam Dar (#Boom Championship)


Referee Des Robinson is the first to enter the ring as the referee for this contest and he deservedly receives quite an audible pop. As the chants of “Des, Des, Des” subside Noam's new entrance music hits. His full heel turn of previous months is now complete and in typical bad guy fashion Noam really takes his time making his appearance. His demeanour is noticeably different and with slicked back hair, leather jacket, and dark wrestling attire Noam is now definitely a man who means business. 

The ever popular Dave Rayne then makes his way to the ring. Noam makes a quick exit from the ring and disappears into the crowd at this point. Dave continues his crowd pleasing entrance and as Noam returns Dave takes up the mic.

“Have you just been for a piss?” He enquires before quipping “I hope you washed your hands!” which has the fans in raptures.

Rayne continues to berate Dar and tells Noam that “…as you are going to lose anyway” he is willing to put the #Boom title on the line. As the fans chant “You Can’t Win” in the direction of Dar, Dave has an idea. At the suggestion of Rayne and after explaining the rules to Des they decide to settle this via a THUMB WAR!! 

Just as they settle in Noam aims a big boot at Dave's head and furiously begins a beat down. There is no escape as Rayne leaves the ring with Noam in hot pursuit. Noam uses the #Boom rule book to devastating effect and uses any tactic necessary to maintain his advantage. Dave makes a grab for Dar's man bag (now a regular companion to the ring) and this causes Noam to decide he has had enough. He takes his bag and coat and leaves.

Rayne follows him up to the entrance way but gets a drink full on in the face for his efforts. Noam pulls Dave back to the ring where he administers a devastating submission hold whilst stamping on Rayne's free hand repeatedly. The “Longest Running #Boom Champion Evvvveeerrrrrr” is forced to tap. 

We have a new Champion!!

Noam puts the belt in his bag and leaves. Rayne, however, passes Des his #Boom rulebook which clearly states that the belt cannot change hands via submission on the 1st, 9th or 14th of the month. Dave may have lost the match but according to the rules he retains the title. But Noam has already left with the belt. Dave grabs the mic and threatens Dar telling him (and us) that he WILL get his belt back!

WINNER – Noam Dar via Submission (Dave Rayne still #Boom Champion)

 

6-Man Money In The Bank Elimination Match

(T-Bone vs Rampage Brown vs Dave Mastiff vs Dean Allmark vs Danny Hope vs Martin Kirby)

We should all now be aware of the MITB concept and what it guarantees the winner. The question is which one of these 6 men is going to walk out of Evoque with the briefcase? (Which was brought to the ring by PCW mainstay and self-proclaimed “Lionheart's Bitch” Mr Richard Parker).

After all 6 men had made their entrances and the fans had picked who they wanted to win this match (the majority of fans seemed to be behind either Hope or Mastiff but all 6 got big reactions as they came out) the jostling for who started began. Any 2 participants start in the ring and they can tag anyone at any time.

The match kicked off with Hope and Allmark who set off at a blistering pace. As the 4 other competitors watched on these 2 men really showed off their skills with some great moves, lightning quick reversals and beautiful chain wrestling.

T-Bone slapped the back of Allmark to tag himself in and Mastiff begged Hope for the tag. The tag was made and Mastiff and T-Bone squared up.

This became some classic big man action as they administered thunderous moves on each other. T-Bone took the advantage and after wearing down “The Bastard” he tagged in his Team Single partner, Rampage who continued the brutal assault. Mastiff broke free and tagged in Kirby who quickly tried to gain the upper hand on Brown. Rampage proved too big and violent for Kirby so he made a quick exit by cheekily tagging in… T-Bone.

It was now Team Single in the middle of the ring, staring each other down deciding on what move to make next. Clearly they were reluctant to face off against one another and as they tried in vain to tag someone else in the others leapt off the ring aprons leaving the two behemoths with no other option.
They both sat down.

By refusing to fight each other they had left themselves wide open to attack and that’s exactly what happened as Allmark, Kirby, Mastiff and Hope all quickly jumped in and beat the two men down. A big pile on occurred which concluded with the double pinning of Team Single.

T-BONE IS ELIMINATED

RAMPAGE BROWN IS ELIMINATED

Mastiff takes it straight to Danny Hope and gives him a vertical suplex after holding him up the air for what seemed like an eternity (the crowd counted to at least 30) before driving him to the mat. Hope tried to tassle up but was stopped by Mastiff and drilled into the canvas. Mastiff scores a 1-2-3

DANNY HOPE ELIMINATED

Kirby and Allmark seize an opportunity to double team Mastiff getting him out of the ring and set about destroying each other. After some incredible wrestling by both men it was Extreme Dean who had the upper hand and went high up for a moonsault. Unfortunately no-one was home and Kirby scored the pin

DEAN ALLMARK ELIMINATED

Now it’s just Mastiff and Kirby left. One of these men will win the MITB briefcase. The fans get loud as they both swing hell for leather at each other. Kirby tries to stop Mastiff in mid-flow but is caught and given a vicious powerbomb.

Kirby retreats into the corner but is met with the Mastiff Cannonball that is a move that has to be seen to be believed. It is as brutal as it is beautiful. Mastiff pins a defenceless Kirby and wins the match but more importantly the Money In The Bank Briefcase.

WINNER – Dave Mastiff via pinfall

 

El Ligero vs Charlie Garrett

El Ligero vs Charlie Garrett


The fans have a great respect for both of these men. The veteran El Ligero has fought many fantastic opponents in PCW and has pulled out some Match of the Year contenders against the likes of Akira Tozawa and Doug Williams.

Charlie Garrett came to PCW as an entrant in the Rumble back at Who Dares Wins and has shown huge promise since, so was given this opportunity to shine and he took full advantage of it. After a very respectful hand shake between the competitiors the match began. The crowd seem split 50/50 on this one with duelling chants echoing around the venue for the entire match.

This one was so fast paced it was hard to make any real detailed notes on it but with so many high spots and near falls the fans were lapping it up. At one point as the fighting took to the outside Ligero scaled the barriers and practically flew through the air as Garrett could do nothing to stop this risky dive.

As the lightning pace continued a frustrated Garrett couldn’t get that final bit of luck needed as 2 count followed 2 count. “What does it take to win?” Garrett shouted as Ligero continued to absorb a huge amount of punishment.

The fans could have happily sat and watched this match all night it was that engaging. As “The Mexican Sensation” flew from the top rope Garrett had his own bit of “Bad News” for him and caught Ligero in mid-air with a sublime modified RKO. As the fans sat on the edge of their seats Garrett went for the pin.

1… the crowd were quiet… 2… this is it, the upset that I had previously predicted… kick out!

A shattered Garrett dragged Ligero to his feet, exclaimed “Finisher” and prepared to end this match once and for all. But quick as a flash El Ligero reversed the move and produced a swinging DDT out of nowhere.
Ligero wearily rolled over and covered Garrett. This time the refs hand did hit the floor for a third time.

WINNER – El Ligero via pinfall

The crowd loved this match immensely and showed their gratitude to both wrestlers. My humble words can not do justice to just how good this match was and I cannot recommend enough that you need to buy the Blu Ray (or DVD) of this event when it is released. This match alone is worth it!

 

Anderson v Gibson

Mr. Anderson vs Zack Gibson

Zack Gibson is one of Liverpool’s finest but in PCW he is roundly booed, mainly down to his cockiness and self-confidence. The whole crowd eagerly awaited the arrival of the ex WWE and TNA star who made one hell of an entrance. On his arrival he quickly tried to seek out a microphone to do his trademark (and much loved) self-introduction. 

Just being handed a mic didn’t suffice so he got a chair from ringside so Joanna could “drop” the mic from above for him. Once she was positioned stood on the chair, in what can only be described as a moment of comedy genius Mr Anderson turned round to be greeted face to face with Joanna Rose's  “assets” which he found most agreeable. The crowd loved this comedy spot and the laughter was so raucous. Then he decide to make his way back up the entrance way to the curtain. As if from nowhere a microphone began to descend. However, on closer inspection it was Mad Man Manson lowering a new mic on a bit of string. Another comedy gold moment!

Eventually the man from “GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN” introduced himself as “MISTERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR… KENN… oh no wait… it’s MISTERRRRRRRRRRR ANDERSON… ANDERSON”

Gibson became sick of listening to all this and jumped his American counterpart. An all over the venue brawl then ensued which whipped the fans into a frenzy. By the time they made it back into the ring the crowd were wild and baying for Gibson's blood. Aware of this Zack took the clever step to really slow the pace of the match down. He took his time and worked Mr Anderson's arm beautifully.

After this prolonged isolation Mr Anderson launched a desperation attack that resulted in a double count. With both men getting back to their feet Mr Anderson flew at Gibson and after some fantastic moves and numerous 2 counts Gibson finally regained the upper hand and went straight back to working that arm.

After working the arm for so long and the sustained attack that Zack Gibson had inflicted I couldn’t see any further than Zack pulling out the victory. All of a sudden Mr Anderson made a quick reversal and out of nowhere he lands a Green Bay Plunge and picks up the victory.

Gibson quickly skulks away leaving Mr Anderson to be announced the winner. But in a nice twist Ken decided that he wanted a fan to announce him the victor. After a look around he settled on Dave sat in the second row.

Dave stepped up and with all his effort he could muster he announced (in fantastic form I must say) that the winner of the match was MISTERRRRRRRR ANDERSON………………ANDERSON

WINNER – Mr Anderson via Pinfall


INTERVAL

Photos were taken in the ring with Mr Anderson. The queue was huge and time was clearly limited but full credit to the PCW staff who made sure everyone got a picture (and a special shout out to Mr Anderson himself who appeared to be very approachable, chatty to everyone who got a picture and unique in his poses for each pic. He was a real class act)

 

Davids v Mystery

April Davids vs Mystery Opponent

April's music starts off the second half of the show and she received a warm welcome as she returned back onto home soil. This is the first of three mystery opponent matches on the card and speculation had been rife about who April would be facing.

Lionheart's music plays and the PCW General Manager strides confidently down to ringside wearing his amazingly tailored suit and fully deserving of the “Sexy Bastard” chants that rung out. Lionheart explained that it was his job to seek out the best talent to add to the already superb roster that PCW has. He went on to reiterate that he had searched high and low for an opponent for April and that he had found a great choice, In fact he had found “The Greatest Wrestler in The Galaxy.”

The swell of excitement in the room as Davids' opponent made her appearance was nothing short of electrifying. Out from the curtain came Nikki Storm.

April and Nikki squared up in the centre of the ring. Toe to toe and eye to eye these two women were ready to go to war. The majority of fans in attendance were strongly behind the former Cruiserweight Champ but Nikki took that in her stride and almost as soon as the bell rang they were at each other. Chop for chop, punch for punch, these two women seemed on an even keel and this match was balanced on a knife edge.

The match continued to swing back and forth with neither really getting the upper hand as this close fought contest left all of us wondering who would be the victor?

April caught Nikki in a beautiful submission but Storm edged ever closer to the ropes and caused a rope break. Davids continued to try and dominate the match but Storm was very much on a par with her. Nikki was getting frustrated at not being able to capitalise and Davids suddenly produced a textbook German suplex that left Storm reeling.

As April called for the finish and went for the pin, Storm counteracted with a cheeky small package and managed to pull off the quick 1-2-3. Nikki managed the surprise victory and April was pissed. Joel (the ref) had to hold Davids back as Storm celebrated her first PCW win on her debut.

WINNER - Nikki Storm via Pinfall

 

Manson V Mystery

Mad Man Manson vs Mystery Opponent

As anyone who has seen a Manson match would know, all you can expect is unpredictability. Literally anything can happen but this match had an added bit of mystery in that we did not know who his opponent would be.

After Manson had made his trademark crazy and hilarious entrance, the GM made his way to the ring. Lionheart proceeded to tell us that “My job, as General Manager” (which I predict will quickly become a catchphrase and will soon appear on T-Shirts) was to search out the best of the best to bring into PCW. “I’ve looked to the North, I’ve looked to the South, I’ve looked to the West and I’ve looked to the East, East, East” and that’s when the mystery challenger's music starts up. I could barely hear it over the noise of the crowd as SHA SAMUELS made his way to ringside.

Sha immediately went after Manson and we can all tell he meant business and was here to make an impact. Once Manson had avoided this onslaught he tried to remind Sha that “I’m the comedy guy” and that he didn’t want a “real” wrestling match. Manson continues “Listen, I know you’re new here but this is MY ring, well, actually it’s T-Bones ring but you know what I mean. So if you want a brawl I suggest we take this to the outside”

Manson gets out the ring and tells Sha to come and get him on the count of three. Manson (and all the fans) count 1-2-3 and as Sha jumps out the ring to get him, Manson jumps back in. Manson does this spot again much to the excitement of the fans and the annoyance of Sha.

Samuels begins to lose his cool. He throws a chair aimed at Manson before sending a huge boot directly into Manson’s face. As the fans begin to boo Sha, he ignores their noise and begins a beat down consisting of strangling Manson with various objects including a scarf and his braces.

Manson gets a slight reprieve as he momentarily escapes Samuels grasp but he is soon back under the cosh. The Mad Man attempts his much loved nipple twister but is countered every time. On the 3rd attempt Sha slaps a deep sleeper hold onto Manson who appears to have no answer to this move.

He rapidly begins to fade and drops to a knee, shortly followed by dropping all the way to the canvas. Des lifts an arm to see it flop motionless back down. Again he lifts it and once again it falls straight back. The fans scream for Manson to do something, to fight back and ensure his arm doesn’t drop for a third time.

Des lifts up the arm for a third and final time. He lets go and it sags, limp and lifeless towards the mat. Manson is out.

Samuels lets go and begins celebrating his glorious debut victory. As the bell sounds however, the fans eyes remain on Manson who lies motionless in the ring. Des slowly helps him up to his feet and gently escorts him to the back area.

WINNER – Sha Samuels via Submission

 

Bubblegum v Andrews v Mystery Opponent

Bubblegum vs Mark Andrew vs Mystery Opponent (Cruiserweight Championship)

Joanna Rose introduces the match set for “ONE FALL” but is interrupted by the music of Bubblegum. As the charismatic bad guy (and member of Team Single) enters the fans sing along to his music, cleverly changing one or two of the words. This has become the norm with a Bubblegum entrance and he feeds off this negativity from the crowd. Today he seems a little bit more focused though.

I think he realises what a mammoth task he could have ahead of him, plus with not knowing who the third entrant to this match is going to be he has had no real time to prepare.

As the fans continue to berate him he sits himself in the corner of the ring. Some could say he is focussing, others would say he is sulking. Whichever it is, Bubblegum is trying to maintain composure for what’s about to happen.

Mark Andrews is next to the ring. This youngster has only a couple of matches at PCW under his belt but he has impressed both the fans and PCW management big time and was rewarded for his efforts with this Cruiserweight Title match. The pop for him is loud and the fans seem genuinely excited to see him. “Time to fly, Time to fly” is chanted by everyone in attendance which gives Andrews that extra bit of confidence. You can physically see him growing before us. But there is still one more competitor in this Three Way to come.

PCW General Manager, Lionheart makes his way to the ring. “It’s my job as General Manager to bring the best people to PCW. I genuinely believe that this is the best promotion in the UK and it certainly has the best fans so I will make every effort to bring the best. I will bring winners, I’ve already tonight brought the greatest in the universe and the best from the East, East, East. Hell, I’ll even bring you the GREATEST MAN THAT EVER LIVED”.

At this moment the place exploded. This was by far the loudest pop of the night (if not the loudest in PCW history) and every single fan stood. This was a surprise, a total surprise as the music hit and out came AUSTIN ARIES!!

Let those words sink in for just a moment. Austin Aries! The TNA star, the former TNA World Champ, 5 time X-Division Champ and former TNA Tag Team Champion was now in a PCW ring, ready to battle for the Cruiserweight Title.

Bubblegum looked worried.

As the bell rang to start this match you could feel the electricity in the room. The fans were incredibly loud and this was set to continue. Bubblegum quickly scarpered from the ring leaving Andrews and Aries to start the action.

This opening exchange was so engrossing, so full of fluid wrestling and glorious moves that I soon realised I was so busy watching and enjoying it that I hadn’t been making notes (whoops) so this next section is all from memory.

The fast pace between Andrews and Aries was totally awe inspiring as one move flowed into the next effortlessly. The fans didn’t care who got the upper hand during this exchange, they literally just sat there and relished in the wrestling that was taking place before our very eyes.

After a truly devastating dropkick Bubblegum dragged Andrews out of the ring. It was the Champions turn to make an impact on this match.

The sight of Bubblegum squaring up to Aries caused the fans to become ever louder. Chants of “Manchester Rent Boy” rang out as they went at it. Austin quickly took control and battered Bubblegum all over the ring. With a few pin attempts thwarted Aries placed him into a painful submission hold. I couldn’t see how Bubblegum would get out of this one.

As always though the “rascal” had something up his sleeve, well to be more precise he had something down his pants. His Hand. As he rubbed his warm, sweaty hand over Aries face he released the hold.

The match then went back and forth for a bit with neither man gaining a huge advantage. Every time Andrews tried to get back into the ring Bubblegum kicked him brutally back to the floor. Aries was flipped upside down in the corner and Bubblegum hooked his feet under the top turnbuckle so he could give us something special. He literally stood on Aries’ balls and treated us to a rendition of “Blue Moon” (his beloved Man City’s well known song).

As Aries hangs upside down in the corner, Andrews jumps in to try and make the save. Bubblegum takes control of him and puts him in the corner to administer the same evil punishment. Aries has freed himself by now though and stops Bubblegum from doing the same move to Andrews. Both Andrews and Aries double team the Rascal and deliver many atomic drops.

Bubblebum makes his way to the outside and is met by an incredible moonsault from the apron by Andrews. With both men outside the ring Aries sees an opportunity and performs a great suicide dive onto them.

Aries seizes the chance to win by dragging Bubblegum into the ring and going for the submission hold. Andrews breaks the hold with a standing moonsault. Andrews makes a cover on ‘Gum (2 count) and then he scales the top rope to finish this match off with something special. Aries jumps up to suplex him off the rope but before he can manage it Bubblegum leaps up and power bombs Aries who in turn suplexes Andrews off the top rope. An incredible looking move that the fans go wild for.

Bubblegum grabs a mic and shouts “Stop taking the piss out of me, I’m going to set an example” and then sets about putting a Styles Clash on Andrews (As we are all aware this move has a bit of history in a PCW ring) but he can’t get it locked in and Aries makes the save. Austin kicks Bubblegum out of the ring but is greeted by a huge kick by Andrews who gets a near fall. Andrews scales the top rope to finish this off once and for all. His devastating top rope moonsault misses the mark and he slams hard into the canvas. Aries drags him up off the mat and finishes him off with his incredible Famouser but before he can cover him, Bubblegum shoves him out of the ring and covers Andrews for the victory.

The Rascal steals this one and retains the belt.

After the match is over Aries beats Bubblegum badly and performs the Famouser on him. Aries grabs a mic and goes on to cut a touching promo in which he heaps huge praise on the “guys in the back,” the “management” and of course “the fans”.

He congratulated the incredible Mark Andrews on a great performance and the crowd all stood on their feet and applauded throughout.

WINNER – Bubblegum via Pinfall

 

Main Event

Hayes v Masters

Joey Hayes vs Chris Masters w/ PCW General Manager Lionheart as Special Guest Referee 

So this is it, the one we have all been waiting for. Who will leave the third anniversary show as the PCW Champ? 

The atmosphere in Evoque is electric. The full card has been incredible so far and this is just going to be the icing on the cake.

Lionheart enters the ring first as the referee for this one. “Sexy Ref” chant starts up which he shows his appreciation for. Masters enters to a huge ovation. The PCW regular has a lot of fan support for this one.

The PCW Champion Joey Hayes now makes his way to the ring holding the belt aloft. As the jeering and boos ring out through the crowd Joey decided that he doesn’t want to take part in this match and starts to leave. The ref grabs a mic “My Job as General Manager…” and informs Hayes that as the GM AND the ref he can set the rules. The title can now change hands via a count out. 

Joey reluctantly makes his way back to ringside to break the 10 count that has started. Masters starts off the match fast and with vicious chops and a beautiful standing suplex Hayes has his back up against the wall. Joey hits Masters with a brutal low blow and then practically pleads to be disqualified.

Lionheart re-iterates that he is the ref and that he will not be disqualifying anyone and gives Hayes the middle finger.  This could have just become a no DQ match as well!

Masters returns the favour with a low blow of his own and then both men take it to the outside. As they brawl on the outside Hayes suffers a truly horrific move as he is dropped CROTCH FIRST onto the steel barrier. An audible “oooooooooooh” is heard from every man in the venue as they offer a moment of sympathy for the Champ.

As they continue battling through the fans the violence ramps up and by the time they return to the ring its Joey who has control. They battle on the ring apron and Hayes produces a scary looking DDT out of nowhere. Masters slumps lifeless to the floor and Hayes tells Lionheart to start counting. Masters just about breaks the count and Joey goes straight back to it. After more assaults he gets a near fall 2 count. Masters gains the upper hand and tries a Masterlock but before he can lock his hands Joey drops down and kicks Masters in the face.

Hayes goes for a submission but Masters battles out of it with a desperation effort. When they both get back to their feet the match goes into a succession of fast moves and near falls. This sequence whips the fans up into a frenzy so when Masters ends up on the top rope with Hayes down we can all see the end in sight.

As Masters leaps off the turnbuckle Joey as quick as a flash jumps up and catches Masters into his submission. He wrenches it as hard as he can whilst the fans try and cheer some energy back into Chris.

It appears to work as Masters summons up enough energy to force his way out of the hold. Hayes in frustration aims a superkick square at Masters but he moves and Joey catches Lionheart straight in the face. Lionheart hits the canvas hard and a hush of worry falls over the crowd. A wry smile beams on Joeys face but that’s short lived as Chris slaps the Masterlock on him. With no referee Masters releases the hold and goes to check on the downed Lionheart.

Joey slips to the outside and grabs the PCW belt which he smashes Masters with. As Joey makes a cover Lionheart comes to his senses and slowly makes the count. 1… 2… kick out. 

Joey picks up the belt again to deliver another shot but Lionheart grabs it to stop him from using it. Hayes shoves the GM as hard as he can to make him let go but gets a Superkick in the face off the Special Guest Referee.

Hayes stumbles backwards straight into the waiting arms of Masters. The Masterlock is on and this time it’s tight! Hayes struggles, he squirms and HE TAPS!!!
We have a NEW PCW Champion.

WINNER AND NEW PCW CHAMPION – Chris Masters

And that’s it. The show is over. No more could possibly happen in this incredibly jam packed show.

But then… ”The Bastard” Dave Mastiff's music hits. He has a referee in tow and is carrying his newly acquired Money in the Bank briefcase. Is he going to cash it in? The crowd become unglued at this point. 

Mastiff hands the case to Joel Allen and as the bell rings he goes straight after Masters. HE’S CASHING IT IN!! Mastiff batters Masters back into the corner. Masters is shattered after his war with Hayes and has very little left in the tank.

As Masters lays slumped in the corner, Mastiff prepares himself for the devastating cannonball but out of the blue Joey Hayes jumps back in the ring and hits Mastiff hard with the briefcase. Joel calls for the bell to be rung and much to the disappointment of the fans and the GM (who is still at ringside) this match is over. Hayes gets in a still battered and exhausted Masters face shouting “You owe me!”

Lionheart picks up the microphone and announces the winner. He confirms that although the circumstances were unfair Mastiff did cash in the MITB case.

WINNER – Dave Mastiff via DQ but still PCW Champion Chris Masters

“In the interest of fairness” Lionheart announces that Joey Hayes will take on Dave Mastiff at the next show (Just Get in the Bloody Ring – 26th Sept) and the winner will become the #1 contender and will get a title shot against Chris Masters at Fright Night 3 on October 31st.


The truly incredible Third Anniversary show is now over. We have seen thrills, spills and surprises. I for one can’t wait to see what PCW has in store over the next 12 months. 

ARTICLE CONTRIBUTORS

Image: Gordon Harris/Andrew Kayll

Content: Mike Bennett

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