The action promises to be over the top as ECCW Pro Wrestling returns to Port Alberni. The event is on Friday at Cherry Creek Hall and doors open at 7:30 p.m.

ECCW pro wrestling: Cremator to take it to Mac in Alberni

Cremator Von Slasher, who hails from Port Alberni, will defend his ECCW title against challenger Scotty Mac in a no DQ championship match.

The ECCW wrestling tour is back in Port Alberni this Friday, March 1 at Cherry Creek Hall.

Cremator Von Slasher, who hails from Port Alberni, will defend his ECCW title against challenger Scotty Mac in a no DQ championship match.

Other matches include:

NWA Canadian Heavyweight championship match—The King of the Yukon (champion) vs. “The Loose Cannon” Kenny Lush (challenger).

ECCW Vancouver Island championship match—BJ Laredo (champion) vs. Bishop (challenger)

Mixed tag team match—Scott Steel & Riea vs. Tony Baroni and Kc Spinelli.

And also featuring matches pitting Sid Sylum vs. Andy “The Dreadful” Bird and Lak Siddartha vs. “Ravenous” Randy Myers.

Tickets cost $18 (front row) and $15 (general admission). Advance tickets are avaliable at Ladybird Engraving and Web Creations.

Doors open at 7:30 p.m., bell rings at 8 p.m. Cherry Creek Hall is located at 3720 Moore Rd., at Cherry Creek Road.

IN THE RING…Hometown favourite Cremator turns 30 on Friday, so make sure to wish him a happy birthday when he steps into the ring…Meet all the wrestlers at the Westwind Pub after the show.

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