Monday, July 3, 2017

Could there be gold in Farmer's harvest?

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Farmers all over the country are watching their crops grow. But one farmer in southern Illinois may be looking to harvest earlier than the rest of his counterparts. Farmer Billy Hills could be harvesting some gold this weekend. The big man from Mud Lick, Kentucky has a shot at Stride Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion Roger Matheus.

You can learn more about Farmer in this episode of My 1-2-3 Cents the Podcast. He's toiled in the fields all his life and for the last ten years, he's busted his butt in the wrestling ring too. I met Farmer back in 2011 in All American Pro Wrestling. He is a great talent who does things a guy his size normally doesn't. Farmer weighs in at about 300 pounds. 

Farmer vs. Chris Hargas
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
That's actually a bit less than what he once weighed. Farmer has been training harder than ever before for his championship match against Matheus. And he'll need every bit of that training. Matheus is a massive force in the Stride Pro Wrestling ring. He's dominated guys like Chris Hargas and Heath Hatton, but Farmer will present a different challenge.

Matheus dominates
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
Other than his fatal four-way match that involved Red Daniels, there's not been anyone close to Farmer's size in there against Matheus. But the champ is not only skilled in the ring, he's also a striker and has experience in mixed martial arts. He's a dangerous individual, you can ask Eugene Drip if you don't believe me.

Ax attacks
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
I'm happy to see Farmer getting a title match against Matheus. He has attempted to win the gold from both Hatton and the first Stride Pro Wrestling Champion Ax Allwardt. But in my 1-2-3 cents, he managed to get screwed in those contests. He was attacked by Ax Allwardt and the Midwest Mafia went after Hatton. During Farmer's match against Allwardt last year, the champ used underhanded tactics to pick up the win.

Matheus vs. Farmer
Farmer has the drive, he has the desire and he has the fans behind him. But Matheus has had an incredible amount of momentum since winning the Championship in a TLC match in May. What will happen when the irresistible force meets the immovable object? Find out live and in person Saturday, July 8 at the Illinois Star Centre Mall in Marion. Bell time is 6:30 p.m.


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