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Danger man Garnell set for crack at PWF title

DANNY GARNELL, and his mentor Dean Ayass, are in line to be rewarded for Garnell's all-conquering run with a Premier Wrestling Federation championship match.


Ayass, the No. 1 manager in British wrestling and self-proclaimed "Twisted Genius," has campaigned long and loud for Garnell, who is unbeaten in solo contests in Premier Promotions rings in four years, to be given a PWF title shot.


Now "Dangerous" Danny is set to battle it out against a still to be named opponent for the vacant mid-heavyweight belt on the next Worthing Wrestling Spectacular on May 28.


For tickets for the big May half-term show at the Assembly Hall, 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.


Kris Kay scored one of the best results of his career when he held former American TNA and ROH champion Doug Williams to a six-round draw on the last Worthing show.


The Southern Area title-holder, who already had a victory over Paul Birchall on his CV, led the bout until the final few minutes when Williams countered a flying tackle to turn over his opponent and grab the equaliser.


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   DANNY GARNELL with his manager Dean Ayass