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The Eagle lands PWF championship match

WOLF ALEXANDER has been revealed as the opponent for "Dangerous" Danny Garnell when he bids to land the Premier Wrestling Federation mid-heavyweight championship.


The in-form "Polish Eagle" has not been beaten in Premier Promotions rings since Doug Williams edged him in October, 2013, most recently teaming with Josh Faulkner to win an eight-man tag knockout tournament.


Garnell, however, is undefeated since linking up with his manager Dean Ayass four years ago, a CV that includes victories over Zack Sabre, Joel Redman, The Zulu Prince and Flash Barker, plus wins in both the Worthing Trophy and Worthing Rumblemania events.


Alexander is a new adversary, but there is history between him and Garnell and Ayass from one infamous night when he lined up on their side in a tag match, and it all ended in tears and recriminations after Alexander was disqualified.


Ayass, the self-proclaimed "Twisted Genius," who has campaigned long and loud for Garnell to be given a PWF title shot, insists his man will leave the Worthing Assembly Hall arena on May 28 with the coveted belt that has been won before by the likes of Doug Williams, Flash Barker and Ricky Knight.


For tickets for the big May half-term show, including reserved ringside seats and discounts for advance bookings, call the box office on 01903 206206 or book on line via the Worthing Theatres website.


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   DANNY GARNELL with his manager Dean Ayass