Pro Wrestling eXpress announces Saturday show
McKeesport-based Pro Wrestling eXpress is setting the tone of 2014 with New Year's Knock Out on Saturday.
Bell time is 7:30 p.m. at the PWX Wrestleplex at 2125 Beacon Street.
PWX Heavyweight Champion Jack Pollock hopes to build on his success from last month's Christmas Chaos match. Pollock defends his title against Seth Allen.
Crusher Hansen earned a PWX Three Rivers title shot at the last show and is cashing in his opportunity against champ Scottie Gash.
Local legend Shirley Doe and Fan Guy certainly have a tough challenge before them as they defend their PWX Tag Team titles against The Revolution.
Fans may hear from Tanner Reynolds as he continues his rise to stardom. Reynolds pulled off a stunning upset against the talented Mary Elizabeth Monroe in December.
Other wrestlers expected to take the ring include Ganon Jones Jr., Matthew Justice, Matt Conard, Chris Lerusso, Brandon K., Gory and Bobby Beverly.
Advance tickets are $12 for ringside, $10 general admission and $6 for children younger than 12. Tickets purchased at the door are $15 for ringside, $12 general admission and $6 for children younger than 12.
Card is subject to change. More information is available online at prowrestlingexpress.com.
Michael DiVittorio is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-664-9161, ext. 1965 .
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