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Header and Banks to Meet For TV #1 Contendership

By Scott Fineout,

And then there were two.

Andy Header has had possibly the best 2020 of anyone in Hazleton. After drawing number one in the PPW Resolution Rumble, Header lasted over thirty minutes in the Rumble and nearly won the entire thing - surviving to be in the last five. Always ready to strike at an opportunity, Header caught the attention of PPW Management and earned himself a chance in the PPW Television Championship Qualifier.

After defeating Rembrandt, the returning Vinny Pacifico and PPW No Limits Champion Issak Ruhl to advance, it was clear to see that Andy Header has found some momentum lately. He hopes to continue that momentum by defeating Chris Banks next month at PPW "Last Call" and earning a chance to fight in April for the PPW Television Championship.

Chris Banks couldn't care less about that happy tale. Banks is a new arrival to PPW that immediately capture the attention of those around the ring with his impressive stature and size. Banks' tag team efforts weren't as strong as his debut in PPW was a loss to the SAMBO Show while teaming with JJ Adams. Banks blames the entire loss on Adams being an "inferior tag team partner." Whether that's true or not, Banks did have a good showing at the PPW Resolution Rumble and earned a spot in the Qualifier.

Banks would go on to defeat Nolo Kitano, Foxx Vinyer and Mantequilla to advance to next month's showdown with Andy Header at PPW "Last Call." The winner of course takes challenges for the PPW Television Championship in April at Super Show 3.

For tickets to PPW "Last Call" on March 21st in Hazleton, Pennsylvania featuring Matt Sydal (WWE's Evan Bourne) head to the PPW Shop at


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