Jason King’s Issues with Undeniable Continue in Match Against Andy Header


By: Mitchell Frantz


Jason King’s Problems with Undeniable have been very well documented.


From the moment The Devil’s Favorite Reject entered Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling at Trust No One in October, his issues with the Ryan Race-led group have been at the forefront of every one of his matches.


There was the 8-man tag team contest against Pat Sawyer, Andy Header, John Wes and Clutch Adams that saw King brawl with Clutch into the backstage area during the middle of the match.


The next month at PPW Vision, the 6-foot, 240-pound King got a victory over Adams in a match that led to Johnny Moran becoming a member of Undeniable after he attacked King.


There was then the setback at Slay Bells Ringing where King unsuccessfully challenged for Undeniable member John Wes’s PPW Television Championship.


Looking to get back on track now, King turns his attention to another member of Undeniable: Andy Header.



Header is the smallest male member of Undeniable at 5 foot 9 inches and 185 pounds, but he makes up for it with technically wizardry. Part of that can be accredited to one of his trainers, WWE star Cesaro, while another part can be his experience. Header has been wrestling professionally now for 11 years and has won championships up and down the east coast.


In Undeniable, Header primarily teams up with “The Problem Solver” Pat Sawyer, countering the big man’s power with his speed and technically savvy. In fact, PPW Juiced will be Header’s first ever singles match with the company.


Will Header prove that he is capable of winning on his own? Or will Jason King continue tearing through Undeniable? How will Ryan Race and the rest of the group try to influence the outcome? What factor will King’s manager, Penny Lane, play into the final outcome?


There is only one way to find out the answer to all of these questions, and that is by attending PPW Juiced on February 16th.


The event will be held at the Holy Family Academy in Hazleton, PA. Tickets are available at ppwwrestling.com/shop or will be available at the door on the day of the show.

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