CCW in Fort Lauderdale on July 13; Davie Ale House showing WWE Money in the Bank PPV on July 14

 

Coastal Championship Wrestling returns to The Main Event Training Center at 8 p.m. Saturday, July 13 for its monthly Saturday Night Showcase in Fort Lauderdale.

It’s an action-packed card featuring CCW favorites and the young upstarts of the METC. The air-conditioned facility is at 312 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 33334.

Tickets are $7, and there is additional parking at Dolphin Carpet & Tile.

Advance tickets at www.ccwevents.com.

• The (South Florida) Davie Ale House, 2080 S. University Dr., will show the WWE Money in the Bank PPV at 8 p.m. Sunday, July 14. There will be food and drink specials. No cover; no reservations, so seating is first come, first serve. Call 954-236-0062.

• Combat Zone Wrestling is 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 13 at The Flyers Skate Zone, 601 Laurel Oak Rd. in Voorhees, N.J.

CZW champ Masada vs. Chris Dickinson

Tommy Dreamer vs. Drew Gulak

CZW tag champs BLK OUT (Ruckus and BLK Jeez) vs. The Catalyst (Dustin Rayz and Eric Ryan)

Tables Match: The Nation of Intoxication’s Devon Moore vs. Naptown Dragons’ Scotty Vortekz

CZW TV champ AR Fox vs. The Front’s Biff Busick

4Loco’s Alex Colon vs. Shane Strickland

Greg Excellent vs. Andrew Everett

4Loco’s Azrieal and Bandido Jr. vs. The Beaver Boys’ Alex Raynolds and John Silver

Six-Man scramble for title shot of their choice: Hoodslam’s Dark Sheik vs. Caleb Konley vs. Dave Crist vs. Shane Hollister vs. Ron Mathis vs. Rory Mondo

Visit www.CZWrestling.com.

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