Over the next few months we have:
This Friday, 2 August 2013, at Rumes Nightclub, Preston:
Too Good To Be Two - 2nd Anniversary Event
PCW Heavyweight Title - 60-minute Iron Man Match:
Doug Williams © vs. El Ligero (replacing injured Noam Dar)
PCW Tag Team Titles:
Team Single (T-Bone & Rampage Brown)© vs. Dave Mastiff & Johnny Moss
PCW Cruiserweight Title:
Dave Rayne © vs. ???
Money In The Bank Ladder Match:
Dean Allmark vs. Bubblegum vs. Kris Travis vs. Martin Kirby vs. CJ Banks vs. Joey Hayes
Mad Man Manson vs. Danny Hope
Then, it's on to:
Final Fight (Friday 11th October 2013)
Ultimo Dragon & Dean Allmark vs. Project Lucha (El Ligero & Martin Kirby)
'The Pope' Elijah Burke vs. Bubblegum
Plus Davey Richards, Michael Elgin and Brian Cage
Fright Night - Part 2 (Thursday 31st October 2013)
Coronation Street-fight (weapons legal only if come dressed as a Coronation Street character):
Bubblegum vs. Keith Myatt
Supershow 3 Weekender (Fri 15th & Sat 16th November 2013)
Jushin 'Thunder' Liger vs. Dean Allmark
Chris Masters vs. Kris Travis
Plus Hardcore Holly, Kevin Steen, Amazing Kong and Uhaa Nation
Other dates announced:
Festive Fury 3 (6 Dec 2013)
Who Dares Wins (Jan 2014)
Road to Glory 3 (28 Feb & 1 Mar 2014)
28 Mar 2014
Spring Slam (25 Apr 2014)
Supershow Weekend (30 & 31 May 2014)
3rd Anniversary (1 Aug 2014)
27 Sep 2014
31 Oct 2014
Supershow Weekend (28 & 29 November 2014)
I'm really looking forward to this Friday, given that it's just over 2 months since the last PCW show (the fantastic Supershow 2 weekend). Shame Noam can't make the date with Doug, but adding El Ligero to the Iron Man match gives it a completely different dimension to the match Dar vs. Doug would have been.
The tag title bout is 4 big, solid dudes smacking ten bells out of each other. The opening stages of the 4-way last time, where Brown, Moss, Mastiff and Chris Masters went absolutely all-out were just fantastic. Should be great.
The 6-way is PCW's now-regular annual MITB effort, but the temporary change in venue to Rumes (usual haunt LavaIgnite is being refurbished to become Evoque), with greater ceiling height, means it's the first one that can actualy be a ladder match. I'm expecting great things from this one, possibly more than anything else on the card. The series of matches on the last weekender involving various combinations of these guys (Travis vs. Ligero vs. Hayes vs. Kirby on Night One, then Kirby vs. Hayes and Travis vs. Ligero on the afternoon of Day Two) were all excellent, and Banks and 'Gum fit right in there too. It's going to be insane - possibly one of the best matches PCW has put on to date.
Edited by Big Benny HG, 01 July 2014 - 20:23.