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Ruthless Haskins puts the record straight

MARK HASKINS rewrote the record books on the latest Premier Promotions Wrestling Spectacular.


Haskins won the Worthing Trophy, one of the most coveted prizes in the grappling game, when he defeated Doug Williams in a battle of the former American TNA superstars at a packed St Paul's Centre, the town's new venue for top wrestling action


The victory meant Haskins took the trophy in an unprecedented move by deposing Williams, who had claimed it for a record seventh time on the previous show when Haskins was disqualified but had then agreed to defend it in a rematch. 


Haskins, who went ahead with a submission after five minutes of the no rounds, no time limit fight to a finish, was pinned by Williams at 12 minutes but then lived up to his ruthless image by wringing another arm lever submission out of his rival as the contest went past the 16-minute mark.


That may not be the end of the matter, however. Haskins is now chasing the PWF champion for a title shot, a challenge Williams appeared to accept as the war of words between the two wrestlers continued after the final bell.


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