By: Nick Uliana
On February 16th, 2019 at PPW Juiced, two competitors will attempt to amend their respective legacies in professional wrestling as they face off for the PPW Heavyweight Championship .
Sean Carr, a 220-pound freight train from Binghamton, NY, who is a seasoned PPW competitor and current PPW Heavyweight Champion will attempt to keep his legacy intact as he defends his championship against a young competitor who hopes to merely start his legacy, a legacy that was started by his late father, Brian Pillman Sr.
Brian Pillman Jr, who was trained by legends of professional wrestling such as Rip Rogers and Lance Storm, has made the most of his young career. Pillman Jr made his debut in Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), where he competed for the CZW Medal of Valor Championship. Although Pillman Jr. would be unsuccessful in gaining the CZW Medal of Valor Championship, he made an impression on another competitor who was also following in his father`s footsteps, Teddy Hart. The pair would join forces in Major League Wrestling, as Pillman Jr. would join a stable of other second and third generation competitors called The Hart Foundation, a version of the original Hart Foundation of which his father, the aforementioned Brian Pillman Sr., was a part of during his time with the WWE .
Come February 16th, Pillman Jr. will have to put all the training and experience he has gained in his short but extremely promising career as he takes on Sean Carr, a man who not only matches him in size and stature, but also has competed at the highest levels of professional wrestling, which includes winning the 2017 Super 8 tournament.
Can the airborne offensive and physical brutality of Brian Pilman Jr. help him gain PPW Heavyweight gold as he takes on a seasoned PPW competitor and current PPW Heavyweight champion in Sean Carr? Come find out on February 16th at the Holy Family Academy, find your tickets at https://www.ppwwrestling.com.