Comox Valley vs. Campbell River wrestling bout ends in chaos

Bigger and better rematch looms when PWA returns to Courtenay in September

“Civil war” has to be one of the greatest oxymorons of all time.

It certainly was May 22 at the K’omoks First Nation Band Hall when one of the feature matches of a Pure Wrestling Association card pitted Rock Dawg Andrew Davis defending his hometown Comox Valley honour against former Comox Valley grappler now living in Campbell River wrestler Barry Goode.

Perhaps fittingly, chaos prevailed in the match.

The bout went to a no contest when Eddie Osbourne interfered and then Sgt. Kaos got into the mix and then Cremator von Slasher also entered into the mix.

It was announced when PWA returns in September it will be Barry Goode/Eddie Osbourne vs. Cremator Von Slasher/Sgt. Kaos with Rock Dawg in a Comox Valley Street Fight.

In other tilts, Krofton defeated Nick Radford with a cutter and Eddie Osbourne defeated Cremator Von Slasher with a roll-up to remain PWA BC Champion.

Riea Von Slasher defeated Krystal with the kryptonite crunch and Justin Alexander defeated BJ Laredo. BJ went to suplex Alexander into the ring and Radford tripped BJ and held his legs down during the three count.  BJ issued a challenge for the main event to be a tag match).

BJ Laredo/Krofton defeated “Next Generation” James Alexander/Nick Radford when BJ hit a package piledriver and Krofton hit the cutter.

 

– Pure Wrestling Association

 

 

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