Mane Event to Defend Against PRAS

By: Mitchell Frantz


Sometimes in professional wrestling, the enemy of your enemy is your friend.


That proved to be the case at PPW Full Moon as the Punk Rock All Stars and the Mane Event worked together in order to make sure Sent 2 Slaughter did not leave as the PPW Tag Team Champions.



After giving The Sambo Show their opportunity at the gold at Fight Night in Honesdale, it appears that the Mane Event will give the Punk Rock All Stars their opportunity at PPW Resistance on December 21st.


The Punk Rock All Stars are one of the longest tenured teams in PPW, and have had one of the longest reigns as champion in PPW history, holding the PPW Tag Team Champions for 245 days in 2018. Shaun Cannon and Drake Carter would love to regain those championships and head into 2020 as two-time champs.


For the Mane Event, they must be aware of the crazy-haired duos tricks. The Punk Rock All Stars are notorious for using spray paint and underhanded tactics to pick up victories in their contests. The Mane Event, on the other hand, will try to retain with their high-class tag team maneuvers, as well as the combination of the technical prowess of Midas Black and the power-speed-size combination of Jay Lyon.


Will the Punk Rock All Stars leave as 2-time PPW Tag Team Champions? Or will Midas Black and Jay Lyon emerge victorious against the hated pair? Will Delilah, the Punk Rock All Star’s manager, factor into the outcome at all?


Find out which outcome occurs on Saturday, December 21st when PPW presents Resistance! Also set to appear are ECW legend The Blue Meanie, Veda Scott, South Philly’s Finest, PPW Heavyweight Champion Clutch Adams, “The Neon Ninja” Facade, Dani Mo, The Sambo Show, PPW Women’s Champion Christina Marie, PPW No Limits Champion Isaak Ruhl, PPW Television Champion Johnny Moran, Sebastian Cage, KC Navarro and more! Tickets are available now at www.ppwwrestling.com/shop!

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