At EPW's Goldrush every champion had a target on their back as all titles were up for grabs.
Starting to become frustrated with yet another loss in a high stakes match, Julian Ward lashed out at 'The Big Rig' Scotty Ryan who refused to back down and be blamed for their defeat. After a heated exchange Ryan put his Coastal Championship on the line but made it clear to Ward he better put up or shut up when they face off. Interest was peaked by TMDK's The Untouchables manager Amber who has been on the outlook for new talent. Could the winner not only walk away with the EPW Coastal Championship but also an invitation to the juggernaut team?
Gavin McGavin has taken the EPW Championship on a tour of Australia since his title reign began late in 2018. After the first successful defence against 'The Rapscallion' Mike Moretti at Hot Summer's Night in EPW for 2019, McGavin was faced by the former champion who invoked his rematch clause 'The Don' Michael Morleone.
It has been well documented the lengths McGavin will go to not only to claim a title but also to keep one and there is nothing more precious to him then the EPW Championship. But will any of it be effective against a man who has fought tooth and nail for everything he can hold to his name and has agreed to the stipulation that if he does not walk away with the win he will be unable to challenge for the title again.
After taking the world by storm in Pro Wrestling Noah, WWE NXT and becoming the latest member of the NJPW faction Chaos, one of EPW's favourite son's Mikey Nicholls returns home. The entire locker room clambered for the opportunity to face Mikey, but it was another EPW legend and familiar opponent who was accepted - Bobby Marshall. Will Goldrush be the site of a bittersweet return for Nicholls or the beginning of a new dominant era?
EPW COASTAL CHAMPIONSHIP
'The Big Rig' Scotty Ryan (c) v Julian Ward
TK Taskforce v 'Prince of Perth' Jay Taylor & Del Cano
Dan Steel v 'The Nice Guy' Dan Moore
'Mad' Mikey Nicholls v Bobby Marshall
EPW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Street Gang Hooligans (c) v Kiel Steria & David Nero
Marcius Pitt v 'Australian Sensation' Craven
Gavin McGavin (c) v 'The Don' Michael Morleone