Canadian wrestling veteran Dru Onyx will be making his Australian pro wrestling debut on the 11th of August at the Pitt Town Sports Club in New South Wales. Penrith based Wrestle Strong Dojo will hold their first event in the Hawkesbury region on the 11th featuring not only the current British Commonwealth Champion Dru Onyx, also appearing will be students from the Torture Chamber Dojo based out of Montreal, Qubec Canada, including Canadian Tag Team Champions Wilson Colas and Mustapha Jordan. Scottish Women’s wrestler McKenrose will also compete on the night.
“A great school, a great promotion, fierce competitors and great champions but in the spirit of competition as much sincere respect I have for your organisation, your promotion, your school my guys are coming there for dominance. We are going to pillage and steal and destroy and win at every chance we get.” – Dru Onyx
Tommy Knight (PWDU No. 7, 2022) has reclaimed the Wrestle Rampage Australian National Championship after defeating Corndog over the weekend. The two heavyweights are no stranger to each other having battled it out last year in November for the championship, Corndog ended Knights 11th month reign as champion at Wrestle Rampage All Or Nothing 2022.
Wrestle Rampage posted the following on their facebook page..
“Two gladiators that will define an entire generation in Australian wrestling went to war last night in a rematch for the Australian National Championship. Corndog’s championship reign had become synonymous with classic Professional Wrestling matches with each passing defence. Prior to the contest Tommy Knight declared he won’t be delivering a classic match, just a classic monster moment.”
The first Australian National Championship match was held in 2007 between Mikey Nicolls and Bobby Marshall. Former champions over the years include Damian Slater, Ryan Eagles, Jonah Rock (WWE’s Bronson Reed), Hartley Jackson, Mikey Nicolls among others.
Knight ends Corndogs 6 month reign as champion.