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Chikara Pro: Under the Hood
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Chikara's season finale "Under the Hood" is in the books and I must say I really enjoyed the show. I wasn't able to see the main event, but congrats to Eddie Kingston on retaining the Grand Championship. Something else of note on the show was the crowning of Veronica Ticklefeather as Homecoming Queen.
The majorette turned cheerleader had been campaigning for the honor with her boyfriend Mr. Touchdown. The two are wrestling's true power couple in my opinion. After Mr. Touchdown's hard fought Young Lions Cup defense against ACH, it was announced that Veronica was in fact the queen. But to the surprise of Mark Angelosetti, he was not the king. You'd expect the football star and his cheerleader girlfriend to win the honors, but instead the Mysterious and Handsome Stranger was announced as homecoming king.
Just when it looked like Veronica and the Stranger were going to lock lips, the Stranger dumped a bucket of slop Veronica's head, then unmasked himself as Archibald Peck, a former love interest to Veronica. The fans cheered with excitement as Archie made the reveal and was eventually escorted from the ring. He technically is banned from Chikara after losing a "Loser Leaves Town" match earlier in the year.
So my wish for Veronica is to continue her reign as queen and to figure out who she wants to be with. She seems confused again as she seemed prior to the summer of love angle. I've mentioned it before, I'm not a big fan of wrestling love angles (see the current mess with AJ-John Cena-Vickie Guerrero). There's something compelling about this storyline to me. Maybe because Chikara isn't on every week rehashing the same stuff. Maybe it's because I like the characters better. I don't know the reason, but
I'll tell you I'm looking forward to the season premiere in 2013 and I really hope I'm able to catch another show in person. The experiences earlier this year in Chicago Ridge and Lafayette were great.
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