Chris Hargas turned his back on the fans of Stride Pro Wrestling a couple months ago and aligned with manager J. Wellington Beauregard. While I don't typically endorse wrestlers lying and cheating; I must admit Hargas has become a hot commodity in Stride.
It was just last month he earned a championship match against Heath Hatton (along with Ax Allwardt in a fatal three-way). Hatton won the match by pinning his tag team partner. So Beauregard has petitioned General Manager Sam Hunter for another title opportunity. It's happening Saturday, Nov. 10. Hargas will go one on one with Hatton for the title.
Hargas and Hatton have a rich history against each other. They've wrestled against each other not only in Stride but in other wrestling companies in the midwest. Both men will, as always, bring 100% into this match. Hatton wants to hold onto his title while Hargas is hungry to once again have gold in Stride. J. Wells may play a huge factor in this contest. It'll be interesting to see how it plays out.
You can witness the action in the Stride Pro Wrestling Arena. It's located at 1130 N. Division Street in Carterville. Bell time is 6:30 p.m.