Mike Quackenbush Appearance: Premier Championship Wrestling

Contributed by The WCSN

Words By: Spencer Love

WINNIPEG, MB – One of pro wrestling’s all-time greats is heading to Winnipeg’s Premier Championship Wrestling, and not only will he be taking on one of the promotion’s top stars in Leo London, but extending a bit of knowledge to the Manitoban wrestling community.

On September 21st, Chikara founder and wrestling legend Mike Quackenbush will make his first-ever appearance in a Premier Championship Wrestling ring, facing off with Gentleman’s Club member Leo London.

“(This is) the biggest test of my career,” commented London to the WCSN. “I feel everything else (up to this point in my career) has been leading to this match.”

In addition to the highly-anticipated matchup, Quackenbush will also host a pair of wrestling seminars for the independent community of Winnipeg.

Said a release from PCW:

On Sept 22nd, the legendary Mike Quackenbush comes to Winnipeg, Manitoba for the very first time for Premier Championship Wrestling, and is hosting of training seminar for pro wrestlers and a speaking on character, promos and more for anyone in the wrestling world!

Quackenbush is a world travelled veteran of 25 years, and has trained current WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak, as well as WWE Superstars Cesaro and Aleister Black. Additionally,Quackenbush is a frequent guest trainer at the WWE Performance Centre.

Don’t miss your chance to learn from one of wrestling’s greatest minds!

Strict limit of 24 spots in each seminar

Only 90$ each

Quackenbush, 43, is as close to a living legend as it gets in the wrestling world. Since his debut in 1998, Quackenbush has earned his reputation as one of the top technical wrestlers of all-time. Through his storied career, Quackenbush has earned championships in no less than 18 promotions; however, that number truly only scratches the surface of Quackenbush’s impact on the wrestling industry. In addition to his own in-ring exploits, Quackenbush has been instrumental in training some of the most high-profile wrestlers in the world. Trainees of Quackenbush’s include Aleister Black, Orange Cassidy, Cesaro, Alexa Bliss, and more. In 2016, Quackenbush was included on a list curated by Sports Illustrated of the Top 101 Wrestlers of All Time.

For more information on either the seminars or Quackenbush’s appearance for Premier Championship Wrestling, please visit PCW’s official website.

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