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XWA Presents: Quest for Gold

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XWA Presents: Quest for Gold

Time: September 11, 2010 from 7pm to 10pm
Location: Lord Beaverbrook Rink
Street: 536 Main St
City/Town: Saint John
Website or Map: http://www.xwaprowrestling.com
Event Type: wrestling
Organized By: XWA Pro Wrestling
Latest Activity: Aug 24, 2010

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This is XWA's BIGGEST SHOW OF THE YEAR, Quest for Gold!

This show has 8 huge matches including the main event, a triple threat STEEL CAGE match for the Heavyweight Championship pitting Champ Nightmare against challengers Dazzling Dick Durnin and John Striker! This is the last show in the LBR this summer so don't you dare miss it! Tickets can be purchased at the door ($15 adults, $10 children) and doors open at 7pm! It's great excitement for the whole family!

The Elite Championship is also up for grabs as Buck 10 finally gets his hands on the dodgy Champ K.I. Real. Will Buck 10 finally win the big one or is K.I. 'as real as it gets'?

Other matches for this super show is:
The Canadian Icon Ryan Heath vs Julius Fantana - Can Fantana pull off the upset against the briefcase winner?
Raj Mahal vs Lance London and Mr. Wallace - Raj finally gets his hands on the managers that have dogged him all year long!
And a Triple Threat Match involving Josh Kotsabasakis, Mikey Rave and Kayden. These superstars have a storied history together... what will happen when they all collide in the same ring, at the same time?

Also in appearance is:
The XWA tag team champions, the Pocket Aces
Chiseled Chip Chambers & Dale-isious Dale Dangle, The Gyration Nation
Barstool Bailey
Sunny Warcloud
RonDMC
And of course Wesley Pipes, who took his former tag partner and friend James Steel out of the picture last month.

What will happen at the biggest show of they year? The only way you will find out is if your there to experience it!

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