Wrestling delivered another dramatic night at the Solway Hall with ‘Tank’ Douglas victorious in the headline bout.

The event took place on May 11 with multiple championship matches on the card and Tank defeated heavyweight champion Medallion in a non-title match.

The crowd were left satisfied, the man behind the shows, Ryan Devlin, said: “What a night, Whitehaven never disappoints, the Solway Hall was packed and the atmosphere is something we’ll not forget in a hurry.” he said: “Thanks to everyone who attended, we hope you all had an awesome time.

“Target will be back at the Solway Hall in January 2020 for another huge night of action.”

Also on the card, Karnage defeated Ben Vicious and Target’s High-Octane Division Champion Luke Ross bested The Cure.

Later in the night, Ross distracted Shady Nattrass so that Charlie Rose could snatch the win.

Tank lived-up to they hype in the headliner: “I was doing more stupid stuff than I normally would because I was in front of my hometown. I don’t mind hurting myself for the hometown.”

And he received a big ovation, “I was very pleased, all the kids loved it, that’s all I’m bothered about.” the fans replicated his ring attire as a mark of support, “I looked out into the crowd and it’s a sea of camouflage, it was nice.”

Meanwhile Target Wrestling will return to The Venue in Carlisle tonight for an evening of high-flying, hard-hitting action.

The show will see the Target debut of the UK Pitbulls, one of the most dominant tag teams in Europe and they have issued an open challenge to any tag team in the country.

Also appearing is the former New Japan Pro Wrestling superstar, and son of WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall, Cody Hall. He will be challenging homegrown star Medallion for the Target Wrestling Heavyweight Championship.

Ryan Devlin said: “Perfect for fans of WWE and Impact Wrestling, tonight promises to be a night you can’t afford to miss in Carlisle.”

Tickets are £10 in advance through the online Wrestling Big Cartel store, or £12 on the door. Doors open 6pm.