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Event pits veteran wrestlers in the ring

Wrestling fans will be hoping to see Dean Draven displaying his high impact style of wrestling with his trademark move, the diving head butt, at the AWF Wrestling Hot August Fights on Friday.
Wrestling fans will be hoping to see Dean Draven displaying his high impact style of wrestling with his trademark move, the diving head butt, at the AWF Wrestling Hot August Fights on Friday. Contributed

THE Australasian Wrestling Federation (AWF) returns to Queensland with its Hot August Fights show this Friday in Enoggera.

The card will feature many of AWF's top wrestlers and will include championship bouts and marquee matches.

At the top of the bill are two skilled veterans of Australian wrestling - TNT, a 21-year veteran from New South Wales and current Australasian and Commonwealth Champion against Tommy Hellfire, a 15-year veteran from Victoria and current Chaos Championship Wrestling Champion.

The Australian Championship will also be contested at this event, with Jack Pain taking on the more experienced Spaceman Dacey; and the Queensland Title will be defended by Johnny Hardwood who will be challenged by rising Queensland fan favourite Deejay Havok.

Known for his wild brawling and high impact style, Spaceman Dacey will be on the warpath at the AWF Wrestling event in Enoggera on Friday.
Known for his wild brawling and high impact style, Spaceman Dacey will be on the warpath at the AWF Wrestling event in Enoggera on Friday. Contributed

There will also be Women's Wrestling with Jasmin taking on Tarlee, and the undercard will include New Zealand's Triple X Rated, Western Australia's Callum Collins and Leon Tully, NSW's Keegan and Ryze Havoc.

Hot August Fights will be held at Enoggera Bowls Club at 72 Pickering Street at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.

To pre-book tickets visit www.awfwrestling.com.au, or purchase at the door if not sold out.

Topics:  australasian wrestling federation awf hot august fights


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