AWE announces card for Night of Legends PPV

A main event featuring Kevin Nash and The Rock-n-Roll Express and an opener pitting Terry Funk and Tommy Dreamer in a one-on-one matchup for the first time ever will highlight the Awesome Wrestling Entertainment Night of Legends pay-per-view.

The Oct. 15 show will be broadcast on InDemand, DirecTV, AT&T, Verizon and Bell TV beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific. It will also be broadcast on Internet pay-per-view at GFL.tv and AWEonPPV.com.

In the main event, Kevin Nash and a mystery partner will take on The Rock-n-Roll Express – Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson. The matchup between Nash and Morton has been anticipated for several years. Morton has given several shoot interviews, the first dating back 10 years, trying to pick a fight with the 7’1″, 300-pounder over perceived slights from their WCW days.

The match featuringTommy Dreamer and Terry Funk will pit student against teacher. The Dreamer-Funk matchup will be their first-ever one-on-one matchup. The two had been booked for a match in ECW back in the late 1990s, but the match never happened.

 

Also on the card

– Perry Saturn vs. C.W. Anderson. Saturn returns to the ring after a nine-year absence.

– “Hacksaw”Jim Duggan vs. Mohammad Akbar. Duggan, Old Glory and his trusty 2×4 in tow, looks to silence Akbar, a young heel on the rise.

– Fit Finlay vs. Alex Silva with Buddy Landel. The WCW and WWE veteran looks to teach Silva, a 20-year-old being talked about as a future AWE champion, a few lessons as he works his way up the ladder.

– Jamin Olivencia vs. Sonjay Dutt. The two have had a running rivalry in AWE, with each scoring controversial pinfalls over the other in recent weeks.

More information on theAWE Night of Legends pay-per-view, including a full list of legends appearing for pre-event autograph signings and dark matches, go to www.AwesomeWrestlingEntertainment.com.

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