Abbotsford’s Todd Quality challenges Tony Baroni in the main event for Fall for All.

Pacific Pro Wrestling bringing Fall for All to Abbotsford

Cadet Hall hosting the final stop before the title tournament in November

The next chapter for Pacific Pro Wrestling occurs on Oct. 5, when the promotion presents Fall for All inside the Cadet Hall.

The event, a fundraiser for Archway Community Services Food Bank, is the last show before PPW crowns its first-ever champion in November.

The main event is another championship tournament qualifier, and will see Abbotsford’s Todd Quality challenge Tony Baroni in a two-out-of-three-falls grudge match. The winner of that match receives entry into November’s title tournament.

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Another tournament qualifying match is a 10-minute-plus triple-threat bout featuring Matt Xstatic, Andy Bird and Jack Stevens. Pinfalls in this match cannot take place until after the 10-minute mark. The winner also moves on to next month’s tournament.

The third and final tournament qualifier sees Shreddz take Cremator Von Slasher, who is making his PPW debut. The stipulation of the match has not yet been announced.

Wrestlers who have already qualified for the tournament include Elliot Tyler, Judas Icarus, Bishop and Eddie Osbourne.

Women’s action will also be on display at Fall for All, as a six-woman elimination match has been scheduled. It features Scarlett Black, Sloan, Nicole Matthews, Riea Von Slasher, Rylee Jade and Liiza Hall.

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Tag-team action sees The Voros Twins battle Elliot Tyler and Judas Icarus.

There is also the first-ever PPW Invitational Rumble, which will feature participants entering the ring at timed intervals, and the last man standing is the winner. All of the wrestlers in the match are brand new to PPW. Announced competitors include: Brett Matthews, Sebastian Wolfe, Krofton, Draven Andrews, Matt Bronson, Shareef Morrow, Alex Prestige, Odin Rex, Parm Singh Mann and Ray Brooks. More names are expected to be announced.

There is also an after party planned for the show at The Great Canadian Brewhouse at Highstreet Shopping Centre.

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