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The Stride Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Title has been held by six different men over the past three years. The current champion, Red Daniels will put the belt on the line against three other Stride competitors, including one man who has never had a championship match.
|Warbound Bo Sawyer|
"Warbound" Bo Sawyer feels he was slighted after being attacked by his former partner, Jason Tiller at Strideiversary. He was set to compete in the finals of the Legacy Cup, with the winner being granted a contract for a championship match. Sawyer was replaced by Daniels who went on to beat "The King" Chris Hargas and later capture the title from Heath Hatton. Sawyer, by the way, has held the Stride Pro Wrestling tag team titles twice with Tiller.
The King is also in this fatal four-way match. He has never held the Stride title but is the former Legacy Champion and current self-professed King. Hargas never technically lost the Legacy belt, he had to surrender it though due to a back injury. Since returning from that, he's wrestled a bit more aggressive and has added manager J. Wellington Beauregard to his corner.
Hatton is a former three-time heavyweight champion. He and Ax Allwardt have also been the tag team champions twice and he had a run as Legacy Champion. His third reign lasted just seconds as Daniels cashed in after Hatton outlasted Tony Flood in a 60-minute Iron Man Match last month.
It's easy to see why all four men have a vested interest in this match. Find out who comes out on top this Saturday night (April 6) at Johnston City High School.
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