Sunday, March 11, 2018

Meet Wraith

By Kevin Hunsperger
@kevinhunsperger & @my123cents on Twitter

In January a new wrestler appeared at the Stride Pro Wrestling and was entered into the Stride Cup Tournament. He dressed in black with a skull mask covering his face. His first match was over before it started, beating his opponent in about six seconds. 

A month later this mystery man, who the Stride office simply referred to as Anonymous, battled Ace Hawkins and beat the indy veteran to advance in the tournament. Then on March 3 Anonymous won the Stride Cup and the vacated Legacy Championship. All the while never saying a word or revealing his name.

Wraith and his disciples
Over the weekend at Stride Pro Wrestling: Anniversary 2, J. Wellington Beauregard let the cat out of the bag, revealing the champ's name as Wraith and his new sidekick is Disciple Ryzer. Neither man said a word but confirmed the reveal with their body language. Later in the night, the duo added Stride newcomer Chase King to their stable. Together this threesome laid out Farmer Billy Hills. Farmer is the number one contender to Wraith's Legacy Championship and gets a shot at it on Saturday, April 7. 

Wraith battles Farmer Billy Hills
So what's the story behind Wraith? The definition is a ghost or ghostlike image of someone, especially one seen shortly before or after their death. Wraith hails from 'beyond the grave in Necroville. That's a city overrun by zombies, vampires, werewolves and other monsters. Wraith is big and impressive and so far undefeated in Stride Pro Wrestling. But how will he handle Farmer on April 7? Join us to find out more.

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