Penticton's KC Andrews returns to Penticton with Thrash Wrestling at the Royal Canadian Legion for a smack down.

Penticton's KC Andrews returns to Penticton with Thrash Wrestling at the Royal Canadian Legion for a smack down.

Pro wrestling smacks down in Penticton

Thrash Wrestling returns to Penticton with entertaining line-up

The last time Thrash Wrestling came to town it left the fans on their feet for more.

The show returns on March 17 at the Legion Hall with more bang for their buck. The show is dubbed Excessive Force and taken from this title fans can expect just that, given the lineup of matches booked for this card.

The main event will feature the new champion the Black Dragon after defeating former champ, the Sadistic Slave due to interference by Ronnie (Greaser) Angel two weeks prior in Enderby. The Dragon plans to straighten up this bad mix by facing both men in a triple threat match.

In action prior to this triple threat grudge match there will be stocky young newcomer Cody Smith, who gets his shot at the infamous glamour queen himself Michelle (Gorgeous) Starr. Starr has travelled the world from Great Britain to Japan wrestling everyone from the Bushwhackers to the Honky Tonk Man and this year will mark his 25th year as a professional wrestler.

Returning to the ring will be Penticton’s own KC Andrews, one of Western Canada’s hottest young prospects, taking on one of his most rivaled opponents, Kelowna’s Collin Cutler. These two have faced off a few times with both men taking home an even number of wins.

Also in action and returning to the Legion will be Michael (Top Drawer) More; the biggest mouth to come to the south. More will be wrestling the grizzled veteran JJ (Thompson Valley Terror) Jetson.  Both men are known for their quick tempers and rule breaking antics.

To open the show, Danny (The Real Karate Kid) Knightmare returns to go toe-to-toe with another young prospect on the wrestling scene featured in Pro Wrestling Illustrated and winner of the Future of Pro-Wrestling award at The Cauliflower Alley Club in Las Vegas, Kyle Sebastian. He makes his debut in Penticton. Sebastian’s work ethic and vigorous training has got him far in a short period in this business. Still, he’ll be put to the test with Knightmare, primarily due to his reputation for cheating and his tag partner Ronnie Angel who is always lurking about, making his presence felt.

During the half-time Penticton’s own guitar master and B.C. Indie Music Award nominee Michael Musclow will perform.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and show time is 7 p.m. Get your tickets in advance for $12 at The Grooveyard at 239 Main St. or The Legion at 502 Martin St. They will also be available at the door.


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