‘Fright Night III’ at PCW

PCW's Heavyweight Champion Chris Masters
PCW's Heavyweight Champion Chris Masters
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Preston City Wrestling’s Heavyweight Champion Chris Masters puts his belt on the line against the monstrous Dave Mastiff tonight.

The American muscleman and the Black Country beast will go head to head at ‘Fright Night III’ at Evoque in Church Street.

Mastiff earned the right to challenge the former WWE Superstar by besting Joey Hayes in a heated encounter last month.

Whatever the outcome, this long-awaited showdown between two juggernauts is not one to miss.

Meanwhile, Liverpool grappler Zack Gibson makes his North West return at the show, having just completed a two-month tour of China.

He landed back in the UK last week and will now face rising UK talent Charlie Garrett, Dragon Gate USA star Rich Swann and a mystery opponent in a fatal-four-way.

PCW Cruiserweight Champion Bubblegum, fresh from an impressive victory over Brian Kendrick, defends his title against fan favourite Martin Kirby, from Yorkshire.

The company’s tag team champions - Team Single - who retained their titles in an epic bout against Team 3D (aka The Dudley Boyz) in September, will face a pair of mystery opponents.

The aforementioned Kendrick will reunite with his former WWE tag team partner Paul London to battle Mad Man Manson and Dave Rayne.

And in an intriguing Halloween themed bout, the villainous Joey Hayes faces a man even more devious than him - the Grim Reaper.

TNA British Bootcamp 2 star Noam Dar will offer an open challenge, after getting back to winning ways by outsmarting London at PCW’s Just Get In The Bloody Ring.

The Mexican sensation El Ligero will also square off against a mystery opponent, after his original adversary and fellow high flyer Mark Andrews was forced to pull out through injury.

Fright Night has become a PCW Halloween tradition and fancy dress is encouraged.

The company is also hosting a store signing event at Preston’s GAME shop today with Masters, London and Kendrick.

Doors open at 6pm with first bell at 6.30pm.

Tickets priced £15 are available now from http://www.prestoncitywrestling.com