SVW hits Cornwall with High Impact

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By Nick Seebruch
SVW hits Cornwall with High Impact
Tony Luis stands tall with a victorious Rex Orion (Nick Seebruch/ TC Media).

CORNWALL, Ontario – Seaway Valley Wrestling (SVW) held its third show in Cornwall on Saturday, April 20 at the Nav Centre.

The sold out house was treated to some intense athletic contests and exciting matches.

The show kicked off with a fatal-four-way elimination match That saw Lil’ Bray get eliminated first by Glengarry’s Own Ryan Donovan. Bray did not take kindly to being bested by Donovan and interfered and gave him his receipt by ensuring that he was next eliminated from the match. It would not be the last time the audience would see these two tussle Saturday night.

Later in the night saw some high flying and hard hitting tag team action as the Double Dragons took on Leduc and Ronnan, Freak Nation and Sabotage in a fatal-four-way tag team elimination match that saw that Double Dragons take the win after surviving and dishing out a lot of punishment.

Cornwall’s own Rex Orion had a little extra help in his corner as hometown hero and boxer Tony Luis was at ringside for Orion’s match with The Mighty Rukin. Rukin often powdered out of the ring and seemed reluctant to go toe to toe with Orion, but he got the upper hand after interference from his own corner man.

Rukin’s trainer involved himself in the match several times until Luis had enough and punched him to the ground. This gave Orion the window he needed to put away Rukin.

Later in the night the Immaculate Ray St. Jean and Randy Berry took on Big Daddy D-Roy and a mystery partner and the night ended with a hard hitting athletic fight between the Machine Byran Cage and the man born and bred for combat Stu Grayson.

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