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Haskins and Williams in fight to finish battle

DOUG WILLIAMS, Jonny Storm and Sid Scala ended 2017 in possession of the Premier Wrestling Federation's major trophies.

 

Williams left the ring with the Worthing Trophy for a record seventh time, while Storm made history by becoming the first wrestler this century to win the Rumblemania Trophy twice, and Scala emerged as the surprise winner of the Ken Joyce Trophy in a last man standing shoot-out

 

In Williams's case, however, all that could change on February 15 when he goes head to head with Mark Haskins in a no-holds-barred fight to the finish on the next big Worthing Wrestling Spectacular. 

 

The no rounds, no time limit clash is a rerun of the knockout tournament final when Haskins was disqualified. Both men, unhappy at the outcome, demanded a return fight, with Williams declaring he would put up the trophy if Haskins agreed to a winner-takes-all rematch.

 

The warring former American TNA superstars also clashed earlier in the year when Haskins ejected Williams in controversial circumstances at the end of a 19-man rumble on his return to Premier Promotions rings after seven years.

 

Tickets for the half-term spectacular, with discounts for advanced bookings, are available from the St Paul's Centre in Worthing or on line via the venue's website.

 

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