The stars of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling return to Abbotsford on Saturday for the Winter Fair event.

Wrestling in Abbotsford for a good cause

Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling show returns to Abbotsford

The stars of Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling are set to return to Abbotsford on Saturday, with all proceeds from the event going to a good cause.

All of the money raised at the Winter Fair event will go directly to the Abbotsford Special Adventurers, a non-profit community recreation program for people with disabilities.

The matches occur inside the Abbotsford Cadet Building (32470 Haida Drive) at Abbotsford Exhibition Park.

There are three title bouts on the card, with the main event featuring the Abbotsford Special Adventurers champion Scotty Mac defending his title against Abbotsford’s own Danni Deeds.

The Canadian Championship is on the line when champion Andy “The Dreadful” Bird battles Mitch Mulligan.

The ECCW tag team titles will also be defended, as champions The Cunninghams take on the team of “Ravenous” Randy Myers and Dr. Luther. There will also be a battle royal, with the winner being named the number one contender for the ECCW championship.

Fans may recognize several of the wrestlers from the performances at the annual Abbotsford Agrifair event.

There are a total of eight matches on the show, with the doors opening at 7 p.m. and the first match occurring at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets for the event are $15, and are available at the door or online at shop.eccw.com.

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