Debuting Chandler Looks to Make a Mark Against King Leon the 6th
By: Nick Uliana
Last week, PPW nation was introduced to a new addition to the extremely talented pool of main event competitors that make up the PPW roster. This young man’s name is Adam Chandler.
Chandler will hope to put all of his skills and experience to the test come February 16th at PPW Juiced, where he will take on one of the most unique characters on the PPW roster, King Leon the 6th.
King Leon the 6th will hope to bring the same aggression and effort that brought him success in many territories to the PPW ring as he looks for victory against a seasoned young competitor in Adam Chandler.
Leon brings an intimidating presence and an aura that he is better than everybody else on the roster, and will look to put that confidence to good use against the powerful Chandler.
Adam Chandler, or Adam Chandler the Great depending on who is asked, is a native of Willingboro, New Jersey. Chandler has won championships in numerous different companies and will look to bring those credentials to Hazleton.
As for the King, in his latest match with PPW, he picked up a major (albeit, controversial) victory over former WWE and ECW star The Blue Meanie. With the victory over Da Blue Guy, King Leon pushed his PPW career record to 2 wins, 0 losses.
While Chandler will look to make a splash in his debut, the King of Beheadya will not just be some pushover, as Leon has proved on multiple occasions that he can grapple with the best of them. In addition, Leon would love to push his undefeated streak to 3 consecutive wins against the debuting Chandler.
Another factor that will need to be considered is the Squire. The Squire is Leon’s trusty servant and manager who usually factors into the King’s gameplan.
Who knows what King Leon the 6th and the Squire will have up their sleeves at PPW Juiced on February 16th. The event will take place at the Holy Family Academy in Hazleton, PA. Find your tickets at https://www.ppwwrestling.com/shop as well as at the door on the day of the show.