EDMONTON, AB: One of professional wrestling’s most unique wrestlers will be making his first trip to the PWA.

Earlier today, the promotion announced that All Elite Wrestling star  Luchasaurus will make his Prairie Wrestling Alliance debut at the promotion’s upcoming 19th-Anniversary Show.

Luchasaurus joins the previously-announced Shawn Spears as the second AEW star on the on March 28th show.

Luchasaurus began his professional wrestling career in 2009, training under brothers Shane and Shannon Ballard. Three years later, the then-Judas Devlin signed a developmental contract with the WWE, where he wrestled with the FCW/NXT brand until leaving the promotion in 2013. Shortly after, he began a three-year sabbatical from wrestling.

In 2016, Luchasaurus returned to the independent circuit, wrestling under a variety of names for the likes of Lucha Underground, Bar Wrestling, Millenium Pro Wrestling and more. After spot appearances with Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling through 2018 and 2019, Luchasaurus officially signed with All Elite Wrestling in May of last year. Since signing with AEW, Luchasaurus has established himself as not only one of the promotion’s most dominant stars, but as part of the Jurassic Express stable with Jungle Boy and Marko Stunt, one of it’s most popular.

As an additional note, Luchasaurus graduated from California State University (Northride) with a masters degree in medieval history and placed fifth on season 17 of Big Brother. Neither fact has any bearing on his in-ring acrobatics, but are simply excellent facts.

Tickets for the PWA 19th-Anniversary Show are available through the promotion’s social media channels, or contacting head promoter Kurt Sorochan directly.

Stay tuned to the WCSN for more information leading up to the PWA 19th-Anniversary Show.

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Spencer Love

Once stood in front of Cedric Alexander in line at a hotel. Slightly big deal.

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