Thursday, November 2, 2017

Double trouble for several Stride Pro Wrestling stars

Lane Austin & Tony Flood
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
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Stride Pro Wrestling presents "Fall Break 2" this Saturday night. The card is stacked and many of the competitors scheduled to wrestle Saturday night face double trouble. 

Legacy Champion Tony Flood used some underhanded tactics to regain the championship from Heath Hatton at the October show. Now Flood finds himself in a tough spot as he defends against both Hatton and former tag team champion Joey O'Riley. The champ is always at a disadvantage in a triple threat because he doesn't have to be the one pinned to lose the title. Hatton alone would be hard to handle, especially considering he was cheated last month. Adding O'Riley into the equation and Flood will have a case of double trouble.

Ax Allwardt stalks Dexter Roswell
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
J. Wellington Beauregard manages the Stride Pro Wrestling tag team champions Ax Allwardt and Scott Phoenix. He also manages the number one contenders to those titles, Dexter Roswell and Brian Richards. Saturday night those two teams collide. So far, J Wells has remained pretty neutral. But whose side will he pick Saturday? Ax has made it clear he doesn't like the DR Party nor Beauregard's relationship with Roswell and company. Perhaps the money man of Stride Pro Wrestling will broker a deal between the fractured factions and J Wells' double-trouble will not come to fruition.

Matheus kicks Spade
Courtesy: Steve Belcher
Jay Spade goes for the gold too, against "Big" Roger Matheus. The Stride Pro Wrestling Championship is on the line in a two out of three falls match. So one of these competitors will see their double-trouble come in the form of two losses. Matheus is the most dominant champion Stride has had while Spade is the most hungry challenger we've seen in recent history. This match will be huge Saturday night.

Arron Brooks and JD Wilk will go head to head and Jose Magnifico battles newcomer Shane Lauder. I would also suspect we'll hear something from Red Daniels. He went on a tirade last month and drew the ire of Chris Hargas. We know the Icon won't be on hand Saturday night, but what will Red be up to ahead of next month's highly anticipated Buried Alive match? Join us Saturday night. Bell time is 6:30 p.m. (Card subject to change) 

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