Anglian Championship Wrestling returns to Hitchin Town Hall this month with an action-packed card. The card on Saturday, February 24, features a huge double main event and three championship matches, with more matches to be announced on the night. The fir
Anglian Championship Wrestling returns to Hitchin Town Hall this month with an action-packed card.
The card on Saturday, February 24, features a huge double main event and three championship matches, with more matches to be announced on the night.
The first main event sees Stevenage's Brian Braddock challenge Brendan O'Shea for his newly acquired ACW heavyweight championship.
This is Braddock's first ever title shot and he will be sure to give it his best as he is wrestling so close to his home town, while O'Shea will want his first defence to be a success.
The other main event is ACW's annual 30 man over the top rope Royal Rumble match, where the winner will have to throw 29 other wrestlers over the top rope.
Also on the bill are the mysterious masked man Sam Steel and his tag team partner, the 400lbs monster Bull Harley.
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The pair will challenge Hitchin-based tag team champions The Players' Club - Rich N' Famous and Damon Kruiz - and try to break The Players' Club's eight-month reign with the titles.
And in the third championship match, Viper defends his light-heavyweight championship against Blue Lightening in what is sure to be an exciting high-flying match.
Doors open at 6.30pm, with a bell time of 7pm. Tickets are £7 adults (£5 children, OAPs and students) and £20 for a family ticket.
More details from www.acwrestling.co.uk