Changing The Game Presented by Pro Wrestling Rampage

After its return show under new management in March, the revived Pro Wrestling Rampage will hold its next event this Saturday, Changing the Game.

Changing the Game will take place at PWR’s traditional home venue, the Saga Club, in Erie, Pennsylvania. The event will feature many familiar faces and new faces to its audience.

Changing The Game Presented by Pro Wrestling Rampage

After a several-year absence, Zoey Skye will return to PWR’s ring. PWR was one of Skye’s regular promotions, and she worked for it when establishing herself in the pro wrestling industry. She even held the PWR Women’s Championship.

Skye went on to compete internationally in Japan, the United Kingdom and Canada, made appearances in All-Elite Wrestling, Ring of Honor and Major League Wrestling, plus won the SHIMMER Championship at the promotion’s final event.

The Lake Erie Championship will be on the line when its current holder, Dakoda Orion, defends the belt against David Bentley. Orion retained the belt in March against Mattick. At the same event, Bentley defeated Matt McCoy.

Bentley disturbingly confronted Orion recently. You can catch the encounter in this video: here

Mattick will compete in a triple-threat match that will include Anthony Young and Nick Ando. Young came up victorious in the main event in March versus Brayden Lee and Alex Daniels. This will be Ando’s first time wrestling for PWR.

Daniels is scheduled for a singles match versus Gavin Glass. Glass will make his PWR debut in the bout.

Mattick’s stablemates from Edge of Hope will be in action. EoH’s leader, Cerin Rahne, will face Tommy K. Rahne and Tommy K both last competed in PWR in June of last year. Rahne took on Ryze while Tommy K fought Hayden Backlund.

Darren Crowe of EoH will lock horns with Ryze. Crowe posted a win over Robby Vegas in March, while Ryze defeated Kyle Boone.

Several others are scheduled to appear at Changing the Game. Current Empire State Wrestling Tag Team Champions CXR will be in action. Last year, CXR won against The Brotherhood.

Cloudy will make his PWR debut at Changing the Game. The well-traveled veteran was a part of the early days of ROH and worked regularly for Combat Zone Wrestling and Chikara throughout the 2000s. Earlier this year, he wrestled for Game Changer Wrestling for the first time.

Rounding out the scheduled appearances is William Gaines. A person that PWR fans love to hate, Gaines managed the team of Sebastian Braun and Groff in March versus Starburst.

A very limited number of front-row tickets remain. Online tickets can be ordered at until the day of the event. Ticket prices at the door increase by $5. Doors open at 5 p.m., with the opening bell set for 6 p.m.