Wrestler jumps in the ring from the balcony of the second story of the mall to knock down opponents in a dead-stunting stunt
- Wrestler PJ Hawx made dramatic entry into the ring by jumping from the balcony
- He launched himself to three men during the show at the mall in Kenner, Louisiana
- PJ, also known as Perry J Hawxhurst, worked with his father Luke in the competition and won
- Luke Hawx is a Hollywood stuntman who has worked on films The Purge and Logan
A fearless wrestler made a very dramatic entry into the ring when he jumped from a second-floor balcony.
PJ Hawx, also known as Perry J Hawxhurst, demonstrated his skills by launching himself to his opponents during a show at Esplanade Mall in Kenner, Louisiana.
Video shows the young pro, whose father is co-wrestler and Hollywood stuntman Luke Hawx, confidently clambering over the railing and removing it on the floor.
PJ sees his hands placed on the railing of the balcony and swinging a leg while he keeps his eyes on the ring and dozens of spectators encourage him.
Within seconds he is on the other side of the safety rail and quickly launches himself at ground level where his father competes.
PJ lands directly on top of the three struggling men, one of whom is his father, so that one of them flies over the ice rink and the other two are tied under him.
Wrestler PJ Hawx, also known as Perry J Hawxhurst, proved that he was fearless by jumping from a balcony of his second story to his opponents during a show at Esplanade Mall in Kenner, Louisiana
It takes all four wrestlers a few seconds to recover from the PJ entrance, but the crowd loves the excitement and starts to sing and cheer even louder.
One fan seems so preoccupied by the competition that he even starts to break dance at the ring, which moves before he joins the big crowd again when the short clip ends.
After the show, PJ shared a clip of his jump on Twitter and wrote: “Hawx’s are known for flying, they just didn’t tell you it was from the second floor of the mall.”
The opponents were huddled while PJ made its way through the sky (left) before landing on them (right) and knocking everyone to the ground
His proud father Luke also shared the incredible moment and wrote: “Madness is in the family. My son @pj_hawx just removed the 2nd story from the store !!! “
38-year-old Luke, founder of WildKat Sports, also thanked fans for coming to the first 2020 event on Instagram.
He wrote: ‘Fans came out in large numbers and filled the midfield to capacity for the standing room for a night of wild Wildkat action! Thank you to everyone who came to support us. “
PJ is the son of fellow wrestler and Hollywood stuntman Luke Hawx, 38, with the pair often sharing snaps of them training together (shown during a trip to Cabo)