PWA show on Jan. 30 in Courtenay will help Comox Valley Special Olympics

Tickets are on sale now online and also on Facebook

Pro wrestling returns to the Comox Valley on Jan. 30 with partial proceeds going to support local Special Olympics.

Is there a wrestling fan on your Christmas wish list?

If so, go to pwacanada.com and grab some tickets for Pure Wrestling Association’s Jan. 30 show at the K’omoks Band Hall.

Not only will the tickets make great stocking stuffers, they’ll also help Comox Valley Special Olympics as the PWA says they will be donating partial ticket sales ($1 youth, $2 general, $3 front row) as well as 50 per cent of proceeds to CVSO.

Admission is $20 front row (limited), $15 general admission, $10 youth with kids five and under free with a paid adult (two kids per adult). Doors open at 7 p.m. with bell time 7:30 p.m.

As well as online at the PWA webpage, tickets are available on Facebook by contacting Keith Spinks or Eddie Osbourne. Beginning Dec. 19, the ducats can be purchased at The Goat FM (201A-910 Fitzgerald Ave.), Weaver Leather (2270 Cliffe Ave. cash only), and Fine Line Embroidery (678 Anderton Rd.), and by calling 519-988-8799.

While the card is far from being finalized, the PWA currently lists B.C. champion Krofton putting his belt on the line against Ethan HD and a must-see Vancouver Island Pro Wrestling women’s championship bout featuring Violet and Riea Von Slasher.

Also showing their support for Comox Valley Special Olympics will be Pure Violence champion Lak Siddartha, special guest Kaos, E.O. Mike Becherer, Cremator Von Slasher, BJ Laredo, Scott Steel, Barry Goode and Super V-Los.

 

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