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PWA Adds Massive Premiership Tag Team Match To Feats of Strength Show

PWA are loading up their big December show- Feats Of Strength. In addition to the huge No. 1 Contender’s Match between Ricky South and Kyle Fletcher, Pro Wrestling Australia has put together a 14 person tag team match, featuring the competitors in the ongoing Premiership tournament.

The competitors in Block A- Mick Moretti, Charli Evans, Sam Osborne, Kai Drake, William Preston, Paris De Silva & Kingsley- will take on their counterparts in Block B- Matty Wahlberg, Jessica Troy, Mat Rogers, Jude London, Jimmy Townsend, Lyrebird Luchi and Jack Bonza.

The only Premiership competitors absent from this match are Unsocial Jordan & Big Fudge. They have a personal issue that is set to be resolved at PWA FOS in a 5 minute Ironman Match!

Feats of Strength takes place Dec 5, 8PM at the PWA Academy in Ingleburn, NSW. The limited attendance event is sold out, so the only way to see the show is go to OVOPlay! (link in embedded Tweet below).

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