The bitter feud between Danny Hope and Joey Hayes comes to an end at Britannia Wrestling Promotions on Friday.
The former friends have warred for nearly three years in Merseyside, following the break-up of their tag team The Models.
They even battled in a steel cage following Hayes' devastating betrayal of Hope, when he beat him down with a metal chair.
Now at BWP ScouseDown, at The Dome in Grand Central Hall, they will settle the rivalry once and for all in The Final Encounter Match.
Who will come out on top - 'Delicious' Danny, the King of TasselMania, or the 'The North Heel' Hayes, thanks to his crossface submission?
Dean MacManus challenges The Babyface Pitbull for the PWI:BWP World Catchweight Championship following his controversial rumble win.
The Wiganer emerged as an unlikely winner of the 30-man Grand Central Rumble back in January and now has a shot at the adopted Scouser's gold.
Bubblegum, one of the finest cruiserweights in the UK today, faces the high-flying, risk-taking 'Masked Sensation' Pyro, in a match sure to delight spectators.
Leader of the Red Right Hand, Don Meacho, is scheduled to face 'Mr No Fear' Ry Lloyd - quickly becoming a fan favourite in Liverpool - in singles action.
A PWI World Tag Team Championship No.1 Contenders Match sees Dem Tellins Boys - Bert Fabulous and Dave 'The Rave' Desire - clash with the unpredictable Wonderland, consisting of Grodd and Noah.
'The Turkish Nosebreaker' Soner Dursun, another high flying star, takes on 'T'Northern Bruiser', the Wiganer nicknamed 'The Bevvyweight', Drill!
This will be Drill's first singles bout in Liverpool, after he won BWP's sixth Annual El Bandito Memorial Tournament in February.
'100% Welsh Beef' Dylan Roberts will square off against the debuting Chris Ridgeway, as the British Wrestling indy darling makes his first appearance for BWP.
The clash between Roberts, one of the most accomplished performers across the border, and the Cumbrian up-and-comer could well steal the show.
One half of the Liverpool Lads, Frankie Sloan, and another Liverpudlian, Craig Wilson, will also be on the live commentary team for the event.
Tickets for the BWP Grand Central Rumble are on sale at The Dome and online via the BWP website .
Doors open at 6.30pm with first bell at 7.30pm.