EDMONTON, AB: Another of Monster Pro Wrestling’s brightest will be leaving the promotion.
KB6, a former member of Wrestling RoyalTY, has officially left MPW to join the full-time roster of Real Canadian Wrestling.
The move was confirmed by the promotion itself in a release earlier this week.
Last month, KB6 made his RCW debut in Ponoka, Alberta in a losing effort against Blake Kannon. The next weekend, the now-former MPW star challenged Heavy Metal for the RCW Canadian Heavyweight Championship in Radway. Evidently, the pair of appearances were enough to convince the former MPW Ripper Champion to make the jump to RCW full-time.
Fittingly, earlier this month at the MPW Eliminator, KB6 faced off with and defeated former tag team partner TY Jackson in what currently stands as his last match with the promotion.
KB6 will make his first appearances as a full-time RCW roster member on March 6th and 7th in Calgary and Edmonton, respectively. Advance tickets for both shows are currently available through the promotion’s Showpass page.
Stay tuned to the WCSN for more from the Western Canadian wrestling scene.
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