Premier British Wrestling was in town again on Saturday night as the UK’s best wrestlers took over the Meadow Centre in the promotion’s final show of the year, writes Jack Crawford.

There were titles on the line and fan favourites in action in the promotions final show of the year, with Stevie Xavier winning the main event.

The show kicked off with Davey Blaze, and his manager Charles Boddington, facing Kenny Williams.

The Meadow Centre crowd made their feelings known towards the duo of Blaze and Boddington by chanting ‘baldy’, then laughing at them when the manager stumbled out of the ring.

In the end, however, they would have the last laugh as the dirty tactics that were in action finally paid off when Boddington hit Williams with a briefcase when the referees back was turned and Blaze pinned his opponent for the victory.

Clydebank’s own Aaron Echo was in action next going up against the English heavyweight Rampage Brown.

In a hard-hitting match that had a collection of powerful moves and slams, the hometown hero came out on top with a roll-up on Brown.

Grado faced Darkside in the main event of the first half and the TV and panto star was a huge hit with the young audience. In a match that ventured out ringside and onto the guardrails, the man from the ‘Tap end of Stevenson’ came out the victor before celebrating with his fans.

In the second half of the show, the dark Jack Jester was up against Lionheart.

Jester started the match by continuing to roll out of the ring and bail from the match, and at one point returned to the ring with a bin that was forced off of him by ring crew.

It looked as if Lionheart had the victory in the bag until Jester turned things around and delivered a Tombstone for the 1-2-3.

The PBW Tag Titles were on the line in the penultimate match of the evening with the reigning champions Lou King Sharp and Krieger facing challengers Lucha DS and Logan Smith.

In a fast paced and high-flying match, the champions successfully defended their titles after Lucha DS was thrown into the guardrails before Smith was pinned following a double team move.

Post match, the victors attempted to pile further misery on their opponents with another attack using a steel chair, however the team of Lucha DS and Logan Smith turned things around to get their own back on their vicious opponents.

In the evenings main event, the PBW Championship was on the line as Xavier challenged BT Gunn for his title in a No Disqualification, Falls Count Anywhere match.

The match got under way even earlier than planned when Gunn attacked Xavier from behind during his entrance and knocked him to the floor using the championship belt.

The action even ventured outside of the Meadow Centre hall at one point as they wrestled and fought throughout the building, using the concrete walls and merchandise tables to their advantage.

Xavier was clearly the fan favourite and he sent the fans home happy after his third super-kick in succession was enough to get the job done and win the title off BT Gunn. Fans celebrated with the new champion as the final show of the year came to an end, however PBW are scheduled to come back to Dumbarton in June of next year.