PRESTON CITY WRESTLING PREVIEW: There Can Be Only One
Fresh off their action-packed debut show in Liverpool in front of a red hot crowd, Preston City Wrestling return home to Evoque nightclub this Saturday, June 4th for the frantic 'There Can Be Only One' event.
Each bout this weekend is a qualifying match for the special PCW gauntlet in which the winner will receive a shot at the PCW Championship against Sha Samuels on June 25th in front of nearly 5000 fans at Preston’s historic Guild Hall on Armed Forces Day.
This weekend will see two of Scotland’s toughest collide as Lionheart takes on an old enemy in TNA Heavyweight Champion and former WWE star Drew Galloway. These two are far from strangers to each other and those in the front row could very well get a lot more than they bargained for.
PCW favourite Noam Dar will be in the building to address the PCW faithful before he departs to the United States for his opportunity with WWE in the Global Cruiserweight Series. PCW fans won’t want to miss what could very well turn out to be Noam’s very last PCW appearance.
Co-General Manager, Joanna Rose is flexing her powers in an attempt to punish her co-GM colleague Dave Rayne as he goes one-on-one with the “Alpha Male” Iestyn Rees. Iestyn has become a bit of a thorn in the side of Rayne as of late and this weekend will see an opportunity for redemption.
Fan favourites the UK Hooligans face off against Joey Hayes and “Maaaaaartin” Kirby. Each team will have back-up in the form of as yet unannounced mystery partners. The Hooligans will no doubt be looking to make a statement, but who will be in their corner? All will be revealed on Saturday.
Sammy Smooth and The London Riots are set to finally butt heads with Team Single and Bubblegum. These 6 men have been at war for months, with the Riots and Smooth being unveiled as PCW Champion Sha Samuels’ henchmen. This will absolutely be a physical and brutal brawl as these men can’t stand each other. Bubblegum will be riding a wave of momentum after his absolute classic show stealing match with Dean Allmark last month in Liverpool which had the whole world talking.
Another match which has potential to be a show-stealer will see big Dave Mastiff go face to face with Johnny Moss. Mastiff will be looking to earn another opportunity to reclaim the PCW Championship while Johnny Moss will be looking to ruin the big man’s plans and thrust himself into the title picture.
All this will conclude with the massive gauntlet match – the winners of all the previous matches colliding until there is only one man left standing – and he will be facing Sha Samuels at the Guild Hall for the PCW Championship.
There are very limited tickets available online at http://www.prestoncitywrestling.com.