On Friday, December 28th Pro Wrestling Revolver returns with the last event of 2018. The event appears to be their biggest event of the year. While faced with the loss of the originally slated to compete indie sensation Marko Stunt, the show still proves to have an outstanding lineup ahead of it.
The first match announced involved the zombie princess himself Jimmy Jacobs against the man that IS NOT HUMAN in PCO. These two first crossed path at The Wrestling Revolver’s Tales from the Ring event back in October. It was at that event where Jacobs challenged PCO to a match at this event. PCO is among the biggest comeback stories of 2018 and Jacobs is no stranger to getting into the minds of his opponents. Stay tuned to a full preview of this match in the coming weeks.
A second match that is sure to capture the excitement and attention of the PWR audience. In the PWR tag team championship match, the team of The Rascalz consisting of Zachary Wentz and Dezmond Xavier take on the team of The Crew, Shane Strickland, and Jason Cade. This match has interesting implications as it has been speculated about Strickland’s future on the independent circuit after this match and his opponents appear to be rising in demand in iMPACT Wrestling as well. If anything is a certainty about this match fans will be on the edge of their seat for this contest. Stay tuned for a more in-depth preview of this match in the coming weeks.
In six-man tag action, fans will have the chance to see ACH and BESTies in the World take on oVe. If any one word best describes what this match appears to be on the surface it is ‘risk’. The danger involved in this match is much a part of what is likely to take place as it is those involved in the match.
While all of these matches are must-watch events there is a slew of other matches fans will have to keep an eye out on including the tournament to determine the first Hangover champion. Who will replace Marko Stunt and face Brian Cage in the first round of the tournament? Will Jessica Havok get the better of Matthew Palmer and will Rich Swann best Larry D to move on? For more information on this event and the tournament, fans can visit ProWrestlingRevolver.com