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Williams signs off as still the PWF No. 1

DOUG WILLIAMS ended his career as the undefeated Premier Wrestling Federation heavyweight champion when he defeated Mark Haskins at the St Paul's Centre in Worthing in October.

 

Williams signed off on his 146th appearance in a Premier Promotions ring, and his 84th in Worthing, stretching back to 1998, with victory in a spell-binding contest over the man who had beaten him in a non-title bout earlier in the year. 

 

In an explosive opening, Haskins snatched the first fall inside the first ten seconds, with Williams taking barely twice that time to grab an equaliser in round two.

 

With the contest then effectively a one-fall shoot-out for the title, a fierce and at times brutal battle ensued between two of the top men in the grappling game.

 

The end came after four minutes of the fifth round of  intense and relentless action when Haskins was finally forced to submit.

 

On the supporting card, Josh Faulkner beat Charlie Carter in the final of the Worthing Trophy to become only the fourth wrestler in the event's 25-year history to win the trophy on more than one occasion after Doug Williams, Robbie Brookside and Zack Sabre.

 

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