Purchase your tickets for No Guts, No Glory LIVE Saturday, May 28 at the Boys & Girls Club of Lethbridge.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
After the events of the past two months, PPW Commissioner The Gothic Knight has made it official: Chris Perish will defend his PPW Cruiserweight Championship in a triple threat match against Sydney Steele and Tyler James!
Since March, Perish has successfully defended his championship against both Steele and James in singles matches, assaulting each man after the match. However, a budding friendship appears to be forming between Steele and James who have been their each time to take out Perish.
Now Perish will have to defend his championship against two men that he has wronged.
Can Chris Perish’s reign stretch to 10 months, or will his luck finally run out when the odds are no longer in his favour?
Rivers and Silverback have had a storied rivalry in PPW, including multiple Heavyweight Championship matches and a Canada vs USA flag match nearly one year ago.
At Fallout, Rivers placed himself squarely in the PPW Championship picture, entering a one-night tournament to crown a new number one contender.
Another entrant in the tournament, Silverback was eliminated when he was handed a steel chair and told to use it. Silverback opted not to use the chair, but the distraction allowed Massive Damage to recover and land a gigantic spear.
Now, a Silverback looking to get back to his winning ways faces off against his longtime rival, the 25-year veteran Steve Rivers!
One of PPW’s up-and-coming stars looks to upset a former Champion as Cyanide takes on Kato.
Kato has been on a roll since putting down his former manager Vinnie Valentine at Anniversary Extravaganza V and now looks to refocus his sights on the PPW Cruiserweight Championship.
The newcomer Cyanide is looking to immediately cement himself as a Cruiserweight Title contender with a victory over the former Champion. Making clear improvements match-to-match, the time may be ripe for Cyanide to strike and unseat the former Champion.
Who will come out on top when the rookie faces off against the experienced star?
The NEW Number One Contender for the PPW Heavyweight Championship after winning a one-night, four man tournament: Massive Damage “The Tattooed Terminator”!
Massive Damage came out on top of The Primate Silverback, Steve Rivers – The All American and The Irishman (in an easy Match of the Year Contender) to earn the right to a future title shot against Bulldog Macbain.
When will Massive Damage get the title shot that he has earned, and can he unseat the Bulldog and wrestle the PPW Heavyweight Championship away from the One World Empire?
The closing moments of Massive Damage “The Tattooed Terminator” vs The Irishman last Saturday at Pure Power Wrestling Presents: FALLOUT!
Massive Damage nailed an over 500-lb superplex to become the NEW number one contender for Bulldog Macbain’s PPW Heavyweight Championship.
Don’t miss out when PPW returns to Lethbridge LIVE Saturday, May 28!
See the full match here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tJxVQYA37DE
Posted by Pure Power Wrestling on Friday, April 22, 2016
With that move, O.W.E. has taken control of every Championship in PPW, and has the company’s owner in their back pocket.
A distraught The Gothic Knight watched in disgust at the conclusion of Gauntlet for the Gold as O.W.E. stood over a fallen Irishman, vowing to do everything in his power to stop them.
With Knight on the sidelines in retirement, what could he possibly have in mind to stop O.W.E.? What will the enraged Irishman do when he is in the same building as MacBain, and will even the entire Empire be able to stop him? And what will the returning Massive Damage “The Tattooed Terminator” have in store for the new Champion after being mysteriously pulled from the Gauntlet for the Gold?
Find out LIVE Saturday, February 20 when Pure Power Wrestling Presents: The Last Stand!