Kaos to be honoured

‘Kaos’ Keith Spinks

This Saturday night, Feb. 2, promises to be a big night for wrestling fans in the Comox Valley.

Not only will the Komoks Band Hall be rocking with hard hitting, action-packed pro wrestling, but two of the Comox Valley’s own will be side-by-side in the squared circle. Radio personality Rock Dawg Andrew Davis will present retired local pro wrestler Kaos with the PWA Outstanding Contribution award for his charity work over the years. The award ceremony was originally set for Jan. 5 but had to be rescheduled.

In wrestling matches, Comox’s Judas Icarus challenges HAVIKO, and PWA champion and Campbell Riverite E.O. Mike Becherer puts the title on the line against Brett Matthews. The card also features TJ Harley and the Fire Wasp.

Doors at 6:30 p.m. The bell rings at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $15. Youth are $10.

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