Premier British Wrestling returns to the Concord Centre in Dumbarton this Saturday, November 30, for another action-packed night the whole family can enjoy. 

Founded back in 2006, PBW has gone on promote sell-out shows all over Scotland since its inception, including a show at the same venue back in June.

And with a host of top stars confirmed for what will be an exciting night, this weekend promises to be another big one.

With the likes of BBC’s ‘Rogue to Wrestler’ Jack Jester taking on high-flying Dylan Angel, some top matches have already been announced. 

Fresh from a try out with the WWE, PBW Champion Stevie Xavier will be in action as he looks to defend his title. 

Former PBW Champion and WWE NXT star BT Gunn will also be in action as he takes on Leyton Buzzard. 

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Up and coming stars Alex Parker and Danny Edwards will also be looking to show off their talent on the night.

Former PBW Tag Team Champion, Krieger will once again be in singles action when he takes on one of Britain’s fastest rising stars, Daz Black. 

Tickets are available and priced at £14 for an adult and £10 for a child. Fans will also be able to pay at the door on the night of the show. Doors open at 7.00pm and more information can be found at

PBW founder Ross Watson said: “Back in June we had our first show at the Concord Community Centre and what a night it was. The atmosphere was electric and it reminded me of the atmosphere we used to get at the Burgh Hall a few years ago. 

“I have been beyond excited over the last few months for this show and I’m confident of another superb atmosphere. The show is a great chance for the PBW fans to see top British stars such as Stevie Xavier, BT Gunn and Jack Jester. 

“I am also looking forward to seeing how the younger talent do on the show with Alex Parker, Daz Black and Danny Edwards all set to compete. 

“PBW Academy graduates Noam Dar and Kenny Williams, who are now under contract with WWE, were once at the same stage as these young lads so I can’t wait to see them make their mark in Dumbarton.”

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