PBW TAG TITLES ON THE LINE AT BREAKING LIMITS

PBW TAG TITLES ON THE LINE AT BREAKING LIMITS

Published Friday, 14th April 2017

We are just over a week away from our 12th Breaking Limits event in Greenock Town Hall. We have already announced that the 'Glasgow Savage' Davey Blaze will be squaring off against Chris Ridgeway with the help of his manager, Charles Boddington. WWE UK competitors, Wolfgang and Pete Dunne will also be coming face to face in what promises to be an epic encounter. We can now also announce a further two matches from the card.

Between wrestling trainees and getting deliberately disqualified, current PBW Tag Team Champions Krieger & Lou King Sharp seem determined to keep their titles at any cost. However, their blatantly underhanded tactics at our Airdrie event last weekend have forced PBW management to take a stand. Should they lose, whether by pinfall, count out, or DQ, the titles will still change hands. With no technicalities to hide behind, Krieger & Sharp will be forced to win fair and square if they wish to retain the belts. This will be no easy task, as they are going up against two former Tag Team Champions and former King of Cruisers, Stevie Xavier & Kenny Williams. With their fast paced and high flying style, and the firm support of the PBW fans, we could well be about to see new champions crowned on Saturday 22nd.

Fresh from a massive victory over 'Iron Man' Joe Coffey last weekend, Aaron Echo has a new challenge in the form of PBW Grand Slam winner, Liam Thomson. While Echo has continued to impress both PBW fans and the locker room alike, he really has his work cut out for him in this next contest. Liam Thomson has earned every accolade possible in PBW, while Echo is yet to earn his first title. A win over PBW's resident 'Bad Boy' would really cement Echo's position as one to watch in 2017.

General tickets are still available from www.ringsideworld.co.uk and from the Beacon Arts Centre in person or by calling 01475 723 723. They are priced at £13.50 Adult General, and £11.00 Child General (Under 14's).

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