Third Match Announced For Target Wrestling ‘Live In Workington’

Target Wrestling have announced a third match for their May 31st show, ‘Live In Workington’ at the Carnegie Theatre, Workington.

It has beenconfirmed by Target Wrestling that Wild Bill will defend the TWS Trophy against Jason Lightning at the Carnegie Theatre on May 31st at ‘Live In Workington’.

Target Wrestling announced the match with the following:

The next match set for Target Wrestling Live in Workington this Saturday night will see Wild Bill defend his TWS Trophy against Jason Lightning!


The TWS Trophy holder Wild Bill’s 2014 just keeps getting better and better, with victories over Ryan Kross, Medallion and many others since capturing the trophy back in November, and gaining a strong army of fans all over the UK everywhere Target Wrestling goes, but this Saturday night, he will defend that trophy he has worked so hard to keep against the venomous Jason Lightning! Lightning has developed a new attitude in Target that no’one seen coming, no friends, no allies, just one man out for himself with one goal, the TWS Trophy! He will stop at nothing untill he holds that trophy, can he do it this Saturday night, or can Wild Bill and his strong army of fans continue this impressive run in 2014! Will Lightning strike, or will the King of Rock retain his prize?

Photo Credit: Target Wrestling

The announced match card is as follows:

Match Card

Target Wrestling Heavyweight Championship

BT Gunn (c) vs Jack Jester


Shady Nattrass vs Mark Coffey


TWS Trophy

Wild Bill (c) vs Jason Lightning


Doors open at 6.30pm. First Bell at 7pm.

Tickets are priced from £8 and can be purchased on the door, on the night.

The Official Facebook  ‘Live In Workington’ event page can be viewed here.

Source: Target Wrestling Facebook


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