Abbotsford’s Todd Quality is set to compete in TLC Warfare in Saturday’s main event match for ECCW.

TLC Warfare coming to Abbotsford

Abbotsford natives Danni Deeds and Todd Quality squaring off in tag team bout

The rules are set to be completely thrown out the window for Saturday’s Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling main event match.

Tables, ladders and chairs are all legal, and a pair of homegrown wrestling talents will be on opposite ends of the tag team bout, which occurs at the Air Cadet Building in Abbotsford.

The TLC Warfare main event match features the team of Abbotsford’s Todd Quality and Andy “The Dreadful” Bird challenging Scotty Mac and Abbotsford’s Danni Deeds. Mike Democrat will be managing Quality and Bird, while Christina Von Eerie will be in the corner of Mac and Deeds.

Fans may recall last June when Quality and Deeds challenged for the tag team titles against Mac and Von Eerie, only for Deeds to attack Quality after the duo was unsuccessful in capturing the titles.

The ECCW trios tag team titles are also on the line on Saturday, as the Voros Twins and “Ravenous” Randy Myers take on the team of Jacky Lee, Joe Funk and Grant Sayle.

Sibling rivalry will be on display, as Bambi Hall takes on her sister Liiza Hall in a women’s bout.

Other matches scheduled include: the tag team of Bishop and Fergie taking on “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar and Jayce D’Arcy, “Top Drawer” Michael More challenges T-Rex, Odin Rex squares off against Shreddz and Hellion battles Ashley Sixx in a hardcore match.

The event is being held to raise funds for the Abbotsford Special Adventurers, with a silent auction featuring items from several local business and wrestling memorabilia, as well as a 50/50 draw set to occur.

Doors open for the event at 6:15 p.m., with the first match hitting the ring at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15, and will be available at the door.

Fans are also invited to meet the wrestlers at The Canadian Brewhouse at Highstreet Shopping Centre following the event for the official after-party. That event is scheduled to run from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.

For more information on the event, visit eccw.com.

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