PWU News: Gordon Injury Update, PWU Title Defense FRIDAY in Erie
MailScanner has detected a possible fraud attempt from “www.pwbts.com” claiming to be ProWrestlingUnplugged.comA few days after a Pro Wrestling Unplugged event, PWU would have announced some matches for our next live event.
However, due to PWU Owner Tod Gordon’s hospitalization, it will be next week before anything will be announced for Pro Wrestling Unplugged’s return on Saturday, March 15 at 2:30 pm to the New Alhambra Arena (former ECW Arena), 7 Ritner ST in Philadelphia, PA.
TOD GORDON INJURY UPDATE
After Saturday’s attack on Tod Gordon by Johnny Kashmere, The SAT, Adam Flash, & KJ Hellfire, Gordon was taken to the hospital & determined to have several broken ribs. After complaints of neck & back pain, Gordon was diagnosed with whiplash.
After being released from the hospital, he was given a neck brace for the next 3-5 weeks & given bed rest for the rest of the week, meaning it will be next week before any matches are announced for PWU’s March 15 event.
PWU TITLE DEFENSE THIS FRIDAY IN ERIE!
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PWU World Heavyweight champion John McChesney makes a “Fabulous” first title defense THIS FRIDAY NIGHT against RAYMOND ROWE at the Cauley Auditoriun, 215 East 4th Street in Erie, PA at 7:30 pm.
Pro Wrestling Rampage took advantage of the fact Erie’s own John McChesney won the title Saturday & announced the PWU title defense this week. And WHAT A CONTENDER in Raymond Rowe – the Cleveland hard hitter was trained by M-Dogg 20, Josh Prohibition, & Lou Marconi, holding titles throughout the U.S., including CAPW, AIW, & IWC.
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