ReportWrestlingMaddog retains BCW Heavyweight Championship against PJ Black & Ken Shamrock

April 29, 2019
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Syndey, Australia – Last night at Battle Championship Wrestling, at their Lucha DownUnderground Event, Maddog retained his BCW World Heavyweight Championship against PJ Black and Ken Shamrock.

The match was originally set for a 1-on-1 match against Maddog and PJ Black whom won the 15 man Aztec Battle, by defeating Famous B for the pinfall and earned his opportunity to face Maddog for the title.

However, before the match started, UFC legend and Hall-of-Famer, Ken Shamrock injected himself into the match, and demanded to be officially entered. Not a single member on the BCW management team had the stomach to cross paths with “the World’s Most Dangerous Man” and the man on which the world’s greatest MMA promotion, UFC’s foundations was built on, and so allowed him to enter the match officially.

The three way match was definately the highlight of the Lucha DownUnderground tour, and the three men ensured for an amazing match filled with enough ankle locks, high flying moves in the form of amazing moonsaults and cannon ball by Maddog from the top rope.

The match eventually spilled into the crowd but ended in the ring, when Maddog pinned PJ Black with a surprise roll up that even seemed to surprise the champion.

Ken Shamrock, whom also wrestled in the WWF between 1997 and 1999 before leaving the company to join TNA Wrestling (the predecessor of Impact Wrestling) between 2002 and 2004, did not look happy with Black whom spoiled Shamrock’s opportunity to become a double champion, also holding the BCW World Tag Team Championship (with Carlo Cannon), and tensions seemed to rise from within the World’s Most Dangerous Man. Will Shamrock get another shot at the BCW Heavyweight Championship? Or will Shamrock pursue revenge on PJ Black?

 

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