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But in other big news from the show, Heath Hatton is no longer the Stride Pro Wrestling Champion. Neither is his opponent from Saturday night, Tony Flood. The two engaged in another epic battle for the gold. In the closing moments of the match, Hatton locked Flood in a Sharpshooter. Flood managed to escape and while trying to prevent being locked in it again kicked Hatton into the referee, rendering him unable to continue officiating.
That's when Hatton hit the spear but with no ref to count he dispatched General Manager Sam Hunter to the locker room to find another official. In the meantime, that mystery masked man from last month came out and swung his lead pipe at Hatton. He missed though and the champ hit him with a punch that knocked him into next week.
Photo courtesy: Rachel Kremer
Be sure to join us that night. We're taking the show on the road and doing a fundraiser at Central Junior High School in West Frankfort. It's located at 1500 E. 9th Street.
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