|Pleading with Roger Matheus to put my daughter down|
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To say Saturday night's Cinco de Strideo show was a chaotic one would be the understatement of the year. So much happened, and I go into greater detail in the next episode of My 1-2-3 Cents the podcast (ep. 181). That show drops Monday morning.
|He put her down...|
Long story short here though, I am going to be stepping back into the ring. This time it's a steel cage match against Roger Matheus. He attacked my daughter, Brooke, at the show Saturday night. After threatening to power slam her, I signed the contract to face him. But he slammed her anyway. I'm beyond livid, but the most important thing is my daughter is doing alright a day later. She is obviously sore and having a hard time understanding why a near 300 pound former MMA fighter would attack tween cheerleader. I think it sums up Roger Matheus nicely.
|Heath Hatton and Ax Allwardt|
Courtesy: Elisa Hosman
There is some good news to report from the show. Yes, I'm being biased in that, but Ax Allwardt and Heath Hatton are the Stride Pro Wrestling tag team champions again. The win is another one for the history books here as Ax becomes the first three-time tag champ in Stride. He and Scott Phoenix won the belts a year ago. Then he and Hatton picked them up in March and again in May. I'm sure the Midwest Monster Hunters will enact their rematch clause soon.
Several matches have been made for Stride Goes Steel in the 'Ville event. In addition to myself and Roger in a cage, Tony Flood goes after Jay Spade's Stride Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. Chris Hargas, Arron Brooks, Scott Phoenix and Cash Borden collide for the number one contendership to the Legacy Championship. Wraith, Ryzer and Chase King take on Farmer Billy Hills, 'T-Dog' Jerry Travelstead and a mystery partner. More matches will be announced soon. Check out Stride Pro Wrestling on social media for updates. See you May 26 at Pinckneyville High School.