Indy News Update #3 for April 12, 2010
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4/11- April 22nd Yorkton, SK Card Announced

Canadian Wrestling’s Elite
Thursday, April 22nd
Yorkton, SK
Agri-Pavillion @ The Gallagher Center
455 Broadway St. West
Tickets: $15 in advance, $18 at the door. Kids 14 and under $12 in advance $15 at the door
Special Meet and Greet Tickets only $5 with purchase of advance ticket
Tickets available at The Gallagher Center (455 Broadway St. West)
Doors open 7pm Bell time 7:30

Former WWF Tag Team champions The New Age Outlaws vs. “Pimp Daddy” Rick Matthews & Big Daddy Kash

CWE Title Match
CWE champion AJ Sanchez vs. “Hotshot” Danny Duggan

“Big” Cliff Corleone vs. “Psycho” Mike Rollins

ROH superstar Jimmy Jacobs vs. “Canadian Crazyhorse” Michael Elgin

“Local Lottery”- Hosted and refereed by GX 94’s Chris Maxwell
James Beaver vs. “Rough House” Randy Brenzan

“First Nation Sensation” Wavell Starr vs. “The Galaxy’s Own” Mentallo

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Pro Wrestling Ignition presents ‘Night of Destiny’
Friday April 30
Nuriootpa Soliders Memorial Hall (Murray St, Nuriootpa, South Australia)
Doors Open 6:45PM, Show Starts 7:30PM
Pre Book ringside seats by calling 0422019365

Main Event
PWI World Championship
‘Modern Day Samurai’ Heath Fury Vs ‘The God of Professional Wrestling’ Nick Eclipse (c)
-This match is 9 years in the making. Both men started their wrestling careers in 2000, debuting against each other. Since then their careers have gone down seperate paths. Nick Eclipse became a well travelled powerhouse, with an arrogant attitude that has burnt many bridges. Heath Fury stuck to his intense brawling style, gaining experience and noteriety all over Australia. In September, both men captured their first PWI championships, with Fury taking the Hard Knocks championship, Eclipse taking the World Title. While Fury missed 2 months with a back injury, Eclipse started his reign of terror, managing 10 defenses in 7 months. Upon his return, Fury has had his eyes set on his first World Championship, fighting bloody wars with ladders, chairs & barb wire to earn his opportunity. Will Eclipse continue his reign of terror? Or will Heath Fury realize his dream?

PWI South Pacific Championship
Rasheed Corperation Banned From Ringside
‘The Greatest of All Time’ Paul Thornton Vs ‘The Golden Greek’ Alexi Papadopolous (c)
-Alexi Papadopolous captured the South Pacific Title in November, defeating Joel Bateman and Paul Thornton in PWI’s first Triple Threat Match. Since then, Alexi has proven himself against a comers, and becoming one of the most valued members of the PWI roster. Paul Thornton, since losing 4 Championship opportunities in succession, has veered off the beaten path. Treating fans, opponents and staff with a lack of the respect that earned him the reputation of one of the best heavyweights in Australia. Having become the centrepiece of the evil ‘Rasheed Corperation’, the entire Corperation has been out to get Alexi, injuring his neck and chokeslamming him through a barbed wire board. Sick of the Corperation’s interference, PWI Commissioner Michael Weaver has banned all members from ringside. Can Thornton win without the help of the Corperation? Or will Alexi continue his rise up the PWI ladder?

Extreme Rules Match
‘The Son of Anarchy’ Daxon Kage Vs ‘The Living Death’ Joel Bateman (w/ William Creep)
-Since Daxon Kage entered PWI earlier this year, he has been a thorn in the side of Joel Bateman. Getting inside the former ‘Smash Hit’s psyche, even scoring a pinfall over him. At Mayhem, Bateman disrespected Kage, slapping him across the face. In retaliation, Kage dented a street sign over Bateman’s head, accepting his challenge for an Extreme Rules match at PWI’s biggest show of the year. Since then, Bateman has alligned with William Creep and his ‘Society of Sin’, showing a darker and more sadistic side than ever. With threats of barbed wire, rat traps, thumbtacks and more, this promises to be a violent war to settle the score.

Also Featuring:
Dan Rorschach
Josh Shooter
‘The Experience’ Ryan O’Hare
Jake Lindo
Morphine (NZ)
Le Sange (Quebec, Canada)
Azza Bullet
‘The Anarchist’ Alex Haize