Saturday, July 29, 2017

Breaking news on Stride Pro Wrestling's Tony Flood


Tony Flood and Sam Hunter argue
Courtesy: Steve Belcher

By Kevin Hunsperger
@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents on Twitter
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I was planning to write a post previewing the upcoming Stride Pro Wrestling Legacy Championship match for today's blog. But instead, I've been asked by the General Manager, Sam Hunter to write this blog instead. Sam and I spoke on the phone and despite him not telling me much, this is what we know right now.


Courtesy: Steve Belcher
Saturday morning Legacy Champion Tony Flood reached out to GM Hunter via text. Sam didn't feel the conversation was appropriate for texting, so he called Tony and a heated discussion ensued. Tony complained about the competition in Stride and demanded better opponents when it comes to Sam coming up with challengers. 


Flood in action against Dexter Roswell & T-Dog
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
Flood has had some great matches since (and before) winning the Legacy Title. He's defended against former champ T-Dog, Dexter Roswell, Cash Borden, Joey O'Riley and Eugene Drip. In my 1-2-3 cents, the competition is there so I don't understand Flood's beef.

Sam would not tell me how he responded to Tony, other than that Saturday night, (Aug. 5) Tony and the Legacy belt need to be in the ring. I've reached out to Tony since talking to Sam, but apparently, Tony has been told not to discuss the conversation. There has been a rivalry of sorts between these two since day one of Stride Pro Wrestling. While Tony is great in the ring, his mouth always seems to get him into trouble. 
Flood gets removed from Stride in January
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
Tony has been fired from the company before and carried out of the ring by hired bodyguards. No telling what will end up happening, so join us at the Illinois Star Centre Mall. Bell time is 6:30 p.m. 


3 comments:

  1. Oh he wants a better opponent? I have a few names in mind he probably has never stepped in the ring with...

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  2. I bet the mad Viking would be a better opponent

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