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After Chris Candido passed away, Tammy felt like she was alone. She had never been alone considering she had spent 17-years with her parents and then 16-years with Candido. In some way, she felt like an orphan. Since she had lost her father, niece and Candido, Tammy’s only way to cope with the emotions was to pick up the bottle of alcohol. Read more
PCW Ultra Light Heavyweight Champion Shane Strickland defends against Dragon Lee. PCW Ultra Tag Team Champions Warbeast defend against oVe. Jeff Cobb takes on Matt Riddle and Brody King in a triple threat match. PCW Women’s Champion Tessa Blanchard defends against Rachael Ellering. Former UFC fighter Stephan Bonnar makes his in-ring debut. In the main event, PCW Heavyweight Champion Penta El Zero M defends against Sami Callihan inside a steel cage. Read more
Leaving Puerto Rico was the best thing for them since it was hell there. Tammy had started drinking again and somas were being sold for a quarter over the counter. She felt it was an easy way to be an addict. However, when they returned home they were broke. They had to spend their own money to survive because their pay only allowed them to eat once a day if they didn’t. Read more
Chelsea Green takes on Tessa Blanchard to determine the first ever PCW Women’s Champion. PCW Ultra Light Heavyweight Champion Shane Strickland defends against Douglas James in a match where Ricky Steamboat is the special referee. PCW Heavyweight Champion Penta El Zero M defends against Homicide in the main event. Read more
PCW Ultra Light Heavyweight Champion Douglas James defends against Jordan Devlin and a third man that wasn’t originally involved, Shane Strickland. PCW Ultra Tag Team Champions Warbeast defend against La Familia in a all violence is legal match. Plus, PCW Ultra Heavyweight Champion Penta El Zero M defends against former champion, Rob Van Dam. Read more
Roddy Piper was only 20-years old when Bob Backlund came to LA after a tour of New Japan. Promoter Mike LaBell asked if Backlund could defend the WWWF Heavyweight Championship against America’s Champion and Vince McMahon Sr. agreed to allow it. It just so happened that Piper was the America’s Champion. The hype for the match was incredible and the building was sold out. They even had to turn people away because of fire codes. Read more
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