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Rasslin’ action Friday at KFN hall.

Sunday might be WWE Wrestlemania, but in the Comox Valley April 5, this Friday is PWA’s Wrestlemania!

Kaos gets his wish and Barry Goode is coming to the Valley. Originally, Goode had said he would send someone to take out the local grappler instead of lowering his standards and spending any time in the Comox Valley. Goode had a change of mind though.

“I really didn’t want to have to come to a place I despise and beat up a local loser like Kaos, but when I looked at who I could send to take him out, I quickly realized that no one can fill my shoes, no one can be as Goode as me, and I really can’t trust that any of them could take out Kaos for me. I sent Nolan James to do it in February and all that did was get me booked in this match. So this Saturday night will be a dream and a nightmare for the people of the Comox Valley! Your dream of witnessing my awesomeness up close and in person is coming true but seeing my destroy your hometown hero will be nothing short of a nightmare.”

Kaos, who hails the Comox Valley, is understandably happy with this turn of events.

“My return to the ring was with one goal, to beat up Barry Goode and it was very frustrating that I was going to have to face someone else who is only getting a beating because Barry was putting up roadblocks to a match with me. I’ve been turning the other cheek and ignoring Barry’s taunts and insults for 5-6 years and it’s time for to end. He keeps saying that he hates me, he hates my hometown, he hates the Rock Dawg Andrew Davis. April 6, I’m going to beat the hate out of the big mouthed bully.”

The match will be a Fan’s bring the Weapons match and promises to bring an end to the feud with Barry Goode and an end (again) to the career of Kaos Keith Spinks.

“This is it for me. I retired six years ago due to multiple injuries that I still deal with on a daily basis. I’m months away from turning 50 years old. If there wasn’t an egomaniac elitist that won’t stop bullying people and insulting me, my friends and my hometown, I would still be just enjoying the amazing young wrestlers of PWA Canada.”

When reached for comment, Goode had this to say: “I will do what legends like the Ladies Choice, Scotty Mac and Michelle Starr were unable to… I will end the urban legend that is ;Courtenay’s own Kaos’.”

This event will also feature the debut match for Pro Wrestling Academy student, and Comox’s very own Zachary Langdon. Zach has been working hard at the academy for the last nine months and he is more than excited for his debut. The excitement might stop quickly though as he will wrestle his coach, and current Pure Wrestling Champion, Campbell River’s own E.O. Mike Becherer.

Also on this card we will see lady wrestler Riea Von Slasher, Sayward’s Nolan James, Comox’s Judas Icarus and so many more.

Join us Friday night at the K’omoks Band Hall, 3320 Comox Road in Courtenay for this live pro wrestling event. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Bell time is 7 p.m.

www.PWACanada.com for more information

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