Preston City Wrestling ‘Shooting Star – Kris Travis Charity Fundraiser Show’ FULL Results

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The following results are from Preston City Wrestling ‘Shooting Star – Kris Travis Charity Fund Raiser Show’ at Evoque in Preston on January 23rd 2015:


Six-Way – Joey Hayes defeated Noam Dar, Dean Allmark, El Ligero, Josh Bodom & Ashton Smith by Submission.

Following the match, Joey Hayes spoke about Lionheart. Lionheart came to the ring and hit Joey Hayes with a Rock Bottom.

Joseph Conners defeated Stixx by Pinfall.

Doug Williams & Andy Wild defeated Kid Fite & CJ Banks by Pinfall.

Battle Royal – Dave Mastiff won the Battle Royal.

Battle Royal Entrants: Sam Wilder, Rains, Charlie Garrett, Viper, Ryan Hendrix, Roughneck, The Late Deirdre Barlow, Mothman, Dave Rayne, Sam Bailey, Ashton Smith, Dave Mastiff.

Elimination Order: Mothman, Ryan Hendrix, Sam Wilder, Rains, Sam Bailey, Ruffneck, Deirdre Barlow, Ashton Smith, Charlie Garrett, Viper Dave Rayne.

8-Man Tag Team – Pete Dunne, Damian Dunne, Mark Andrews & Flash Morgan defeated Ryan Smile, Tyler Bate & The Hunter Bros by Pinfall.

PCW Cruiserweight Championship – Bubblegum defeated Marty Scurll by Pinfall to retain the PCW Cruiserweight Championship.

PCW Tag Team Championship – Team Single (Rampage Brown & T-Bone) (c) vs The Hooligans (Roy & Zak Knight) ended in a Double Count-Out. Team Single retained the PCW Tag Team Championship.

Chris Masters defeated Martin Kirby by Submission.

Following the match, Chris Masters continued with The Masterlock until Kris Travis came to the ring with a steel chair.


Our thanks to Ben Corrigan (@BenPCorrigan) for the results from the show.

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