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    WhereCulture Report: SUPERSIZE ME! HUGE Matches Announced for RIOT 579!

    Moments ago, as first announced by OCW General Manager Tiberius Dupree via OCW's official Instagram page, RIOT 579 has officially been SUPERSIZED!

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    We had no idea the bombshell we were in for, as RIOT has added 2 marquee matches to the 579th edition of their bi-weekly television program.

    The matches will be ADDED to several huge matches already on the card, which include a much-anticipated rookie debut with Connor Harnage taking on SANCTUM member OWEN, Thomas Archer and Colby McCallum facing off against Justice Inc, LLC, and the International Champion Maxx Edwards facing H2O in the main event, his first match since winning the championship.

    As of right now, there have been no matches removed from the what is already expected to be the biggest pro wrestling show of the year for 2022.

    The first match mentioned by Dupree will have Super S-Cup runner-up and crossbrand star Harris Turner take on OCW Legend Tobin Frost in singles action.

    Two other major stars will also renew their hostilities as Dillinger Enterprises' own Alastair Ross will once again cross paths with life-long rival Jacob Trance ahead of his expected CCW World Championship match with Antonio Everrett at the 17th Anniversary show this February.

    That's right -

    Jacob Trance vs Alastair Ross and Tobin Frost vs Harris Turner.

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    In order to accommodate this seismic shift in the action, RIOT has moved it's airtime to Saturday afternoon at 3PM, the usual time for the companies Pay-Per-View events.

    With the card already announced and these additions, not to mention the explosive events of last week's episode of Turmoil, RIOT 579 is shaking up to be a Pay-Per-View caliber event all on it's own.

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