Two New Matches Added To The Art of War
The Punk Rock All-Stars may not have the greatest win-loss record in PCW, but they are more than capable of upsetting any team, as they have proven in the past.
On January 21, they get a chance to upset the PCW Tag Team Champions Black Wallstreet, Chuck Lennox & Napalm Bomb.
Could PCW start 2017 off with new tag team champions?
Dirty Money is perhaps PCW's most popular wrestler in its 10 year history. Without doubt, one of its most successful.
Logan Easton LaRoux is on the opposite end of the popularity spectrum. Dirty Money ended LaRoux's nearly two year streak without being pinned at Star Spangled Battle in June 2015, a fact that isn't lost on LaRoux, nor has he forgotten.
These two will collide once more at The Art of War on January 21 and it could be one for the ages!
Monster vs Bruiser Coming To The Art Of War
Very few men can match up physically with "The Monster" Abyss, but The Bruiser is one of them.
This match is what Good Ol' JR would call a slobberknocker.
Witness The Monster vs The Bruiser live on January 21 at The Art of War.
Three Huge Matches Set For The Art Of War
PCW Champion Drolix has defended the title against a variety of challengers and situations. Nui Tofiga, Dirty Money, Bobby Shields, Al Snow, Fenix Fury, and Moose have all tried and failed to take the belt from his grasp. On January 21 at The Art of War, he will face two contenders at once.
Doug Delicious and "The Reaper" Matt Conard finished tied in the 2016 Quest for the Best point standings, illustrating that both had standout years in PCW competition. Rather than have a tie-breaker match that would likely exhaust the victor and give the Champion an advantage, PCW GM made a triple threat match with Drolix defending against both Delicious and Conard. Could this be the match that ends Drolix's reign? Find out January 21.
Ken Doll has many enemies in PCW over the past decade with his actions. It seems like those deeds are going to come back to haunt him, as PCW General Manager Shawn Quinn has ordered Doll to fulfill the letter of his contract, that licenses him as a wrestler.
Doll will face his one-time client, "The Polynesian Powerhouse" Nui Tofiga one on one on January 21, 2017 at The Art of War in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
It's been said that good friends make bitter enemies. That may be true when it comes to Hoss Hagood and Ken Dixon. These two were like brothers and won the PCW Tag Team Championships. Their reign was short-lived due to Hoss having personal issues that prevented him from making a scheduled defense against The Forgiven. Dixon blames Hagood for them losing the titles and that resentment festered until May 21 in Leesburg, Virginia, when he brutally attacked his former best friend.
This feud has escalated violently over the past few months and General Manger Shawn Quinn has decided that these two will meet in a bull rope match on January 21 at The Art of War. Ironically, Country Strong won the PCW Tag Team Championships in a double bull rope match. This type of match was made famous by "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes and usually puts an end to a feud. We have to wonder how much blood will be spilled before the bad blood between these two is over!
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1. Matt Conard - 7 pts
Doug Delicious - 7 pts
3. Dirty Money - 5 pts
4. Chuck Lennox - 4 pts
Fenix Fury - 4 pts
Hoss Hagood - 4 pts
Gory - 4 pts
8. Bobby Shields - 3 pts
Logan Easton LaRoux - 3 pts
Jason Kincaid - 3 pts