A Saturday Pure Wrestling Association care featured high-flying action at the K’omok’s Band Hall. Laura Mudge photo.

Kaos, Rock Dawg exacted revenge

The Pure Wrestling Association returned to the K’omok’s Band Hall Saturday with a fun live pro wrestling event that featured Comox’s own Keith “Kaos” Spinks receiving the Outstanding Contributions Award.

Spinks received the award from Andrew “Rock Dawg” Davis. During the presentation, Nolan James attacked Kaos, leading to PWA Champion Mike Becherer making the save.

In other action, Courtenay’s Fire Wasp defeated Red Bandido, and TJ Harley defeated Brett Matthews.

James defeated Becherer by DQ when Kaos and Rock Dawg got revenge.

Comox’s Judas Icarus and Internet Champion Haviko fought to a 30-minute draw.

The next PWA event at the K’omoks Band Hall is March 2. It will feature seven huge matches, a ladies match, two title matches and so much more.

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