Steel cage show comes to centre in first for Dunfermline
IT WILL take a 15-foot high steel cage to contain the World Wide Wrestling League when the group slams into Dunfermline - and the Press has tickets to give away.
Buy this week's Dunfermline Press, out in the shops now, to be in with a chance of winning.
Carnegie Leisure Centre is set to be rocked to its foundations when it grapples with the American-style wrestling spectacular on Friday 21st September.
This is the first event the company, known as the W3L, has brought to Dunfermline since 2008.
In a special attraction main event - and a first for Dunfermline- W3L heavyweight champion Damian O'Conor will defend his title against Fife's own Mike Musso inside a steel cage.
O'Conor has held the title for a full year, often using underhand tactics and help from manager Charles Boddington to remain champion, though this time there will be nowhere to hide when the cage door slams shut.
Musso said, "Having grown up close by in Dalgety Bay it's always exciting to return to wrestle in Dunfermline.
"Four years ago I won the heavyweight title here for the first time.
"I plan on regaining that title from Ireland's Damian O'Conor and we've developed quite a rivalry with him cheating to hold on to the title in a few of our previous encounters.
"The cage match will be exciting for the Dunfermline wrestling fans and great for me because it ensures that the match is fair and he can't escape.
"I plan on walking out with the championship belt back around my waist."
Another exciting treat for W3L fans will see the Dunfermline debut of British wrestling veteran Robbie Brookside.
Brookside is one of the few remaining stars from the ITV World of Sport era of British wrestling and also had stints for the big American organisations WWE and WCW.
The event will also feature a women's title match, as Sara challenges Nikki Storm, and a clash of nations tag team title match as Team Scotland takes on Team England.
Doors will open at 6.30pm, with the first match taking place at 7pm. Tickets are available from the venue or W3Lwrestling.com, priced £12, £10 child or £35 for a family of four.
W3L is tag-teaming up with the Press to offer five pairs of tickets to the show.
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Sep 19, 15:44