Adam Kveton Photo Wrestler Judas Icarus has opponent Tony Baroni pinned during their bout at the Pure Wrestling Association Canada event at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre on Saturday, April 15.

VIDEO: Pro wrestlers duke it out in Parksville

Pure Wrestling Champion defends his title

The audience was small but exuberant at the Pure Wrestling Association Canada event in Parksville on Saturday, April 15.

Twelve wrestlers took it to the mat at the Parksville Community and Conference Centre, to the excited cheers and boos of a few dozen fans.

First up was Scott Steel, who defeated masked wrestler, Haviko.

Then came Eddie Osbourne, the Pure Wrestling Champion, versus Randy Myers. Though Myers was clearly the crowd favourite, with Osbourne a dedicated crybaby, Osbourne successfully defended his title.

Judas Icarus defeated Tony Baroni in what looked to be an upset, while Nolan James conquered cocky opponent Bishop.

Osbourne came up short in his second bout of the night to Riea Von Slasher, who remained the Pure Violence Champion.

Cremator Von Slasher become the No. 1 contender after defeating Krofton, BJ Laredo and Scott Steel.

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