Are you ready for high-flying, bone-crunching, turnbuckle-leaping antics and a flare for entertainment? Because that’s exactly what you’ll get when All Action Wrestling (AAW) rumbles its way into the Peel region over the next three months.
AAW will kick-start its 2018 schedule with a trifecta of shows (one per month) across the region, opening with a bang in Warnbro on Saturday, January 20 before touching down in Baldivis and Mandurah.
The Warnbro Show, Unleashed, will pit AAW world champion and hall of famer Wayne “The Maniac” Mattei up against challenger Seth Kincaid in what looms as a bruising affair with the title on the line.
The Maniac has reigned supreme as AAW world champ since last August, but Kincaid earned the rights to fight for the belt when he mercilessly took down former world champ Chris Target.
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The Warnbro card will also feature AAW’s first ever “last woman standing” match as Roxy Ryot attempts to knock Alexis Lee off her high horse and claim the women’s championship belt.
Last time to the two squared off at SuperClash 2017, and while no definitive result was reached Ryot left her mark on the champ by breaking a few ribs.
Other title fights on the card include AAW No Limits champion Felix Young defending against TJ Max, and tag team champions Western Kingdom looking to hold onto their throne against the challenging Assault Squad.
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Julio Garcia will take on the monstrous Mike Massive while Target going to head-to-head with Ajax rounds out the card.
AAW president James Grace said the organisation was excited to return to the Peel region.
“We opened 12 years ago in Rockingham and Warnbro, so our roots are in Peel and we’re really looking forward to holding our first three shows of 2018 there,” he said.
“People can expect to see plenty of the high flying techniques they love from our wrestlers, along with plenty of powerful, hard-hitting matches.
“We’re a family-friendly show and it’s a really unique way to spend a night out.”
Grace said AAW was also in talks with international wrestling star Bobby Lashley’s management, and hoped to get the well-known WWE and TNA star to the Peel region.
“In the past we’ve had all-time wrestling greats like Rob Van Dam and Scott Steiner appear at shows, and we’re hoping to get another to one of our Peel-based shows,” he said.
Tickets to Unleashed at the Warnbro Y Recreation Centre can be purchased at aawperth.com