Pacific Pro Wrestling returns!
MAIN EVENTAJ ISTRIA VS AUSTRALIAN WOLF (P-1 Winner)
Last year's winner vs this year's winner. P-1 champions collide. At our last event Australian Wolf downed Alex Shepard to claim the P-1. This entitles him to a shot at the Pacific Heavyweight Championship. However... Champion Johnny Lukas has claimed that Wolf's win was a farce and he'd have to earn the title shot.
Never one to back down from a challenge Wolf has agreed to the match-up. His opponent? Former Pacific Heavyweight Champion AJ Istria. Istria is the man that Lukas defeated (underhandedly) to win that title and was the favourite to take out the P-1 for a third time this year, however he did not compete.
These two men last clashed two years ago when Istria was champion and walked away victorious. Both men have since taken different paths and worked on their game. Istria to Adelaide and Wolf to Townsville. The two will meet at Bundamba on May 21.
PACIFIC LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE TOURNAMENTLucas Gold has forfeited the Light Heavyweight Championship. The title will be decided in a four-man tournament. Those four-men will be; LYNX LEWIS JR (Current Pacific Tag Team Champion - The Street Revolution)RENEGADE (Current Pacific Tag Team Champion - The Street Revolution)ASTRO SHOCK (The Uprising)TIM KADE
ALEX SHEPARD (The Uprising) VS KOI BOMBORA
The P-1 finalist and his villianous group The Uprising inflicted a vicious beating on Rufio back at Showdown last year. The two looked set to square off in the P-1 Tournament however Rufio went down on game day with an injury. A fact that Shepard took great delight in announcing.
Rufio is still yet to be cleared to compete, however his good friend - former Pacific Tag Team champion Koi Bombora - has stepped up to try and put an end to Shepard's ways.
THIRTEEN VS TJ WARRIOR
Two of Pacific Pro's rising stars tee off for a chance to break through. TJ Warrior first made at appearance for Pacific Pro at the Brisbane Zombie Walk and impressed management. Fast-forward to the P-1 Tournament and in the opening tag (alongside The Street Revolution) gained victory over The Uprising in emphatic fashion.
That victory has led him to Thirteen. A man who tasted the main event last year and after being unsuccessful in a challenge for the Pacific Heavyweight Championship, is desperate for another chance. TJ Warrior has a great power game, but will that be enough to break through Thirteen's mental edge?
ALSO APPEARING;JOHNNY LUKAS - Pacific Heavyweight ChampionKELLYANNE - Pacific Women's ChampionMore to be announced...