This was a brawl from the start as the RCP fans packed into Studio 54 (The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware) were robbed of Disco Dave’s beloved entrance in lieu of Contractor #1 jumping Disco Dave before he could even dance his way off the entrance ramp. Amped up from his interference in the Setsu Ginsu vs Slim Jim match, Contractor #1 was looking for quick knockout, almost to upstage Clarke Kelly’s Asian Assassin in Right Coast Pro’s standing room only Delaware Entertainment Event. One Problem….
It played out just as the security cams, Clarke Kelly and The Asian Assassin Setsu Ginsu predicted pre-match on the Megatron, knockout victory by Setsu Ginsu. As we saw unfold live at RCP Arena, aka the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware, Jim Slim has been targeted for extinction, and whoever put this “hit” on Slim will go to great lengths, and expense, to see this rising young athlete out of Right Coast Pro Forever!
He bills himself as a Parisian-Spaniard Lucha Libre Style Wrestler, Norangé Ocho, and he dazzled Delaware Pro Wrestling fans in his debut at RCP’s Split Decision Event. Despite his team losing their match against former Right Coast Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions, The Baldwin Brothers, and The Mexican Hardcore Champion Pedro Duro, Norangé Ocho along with his fellow Mascot Island Misfits, figuratively, tore the roof down of the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club with their performances.
The stage for the Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Delaware Tag Team Championship Unification Match was set leading into RCP’s Split Decision event by the fans. Each member of the contending tag teams would have to wrestle in singles action. This left Wildlife Cecil Whirlwind of Sir Spaulding’s Savages to wrestle The Heavyweight’s Sean Royal and his partner Tim Taylor to wrestle Wildlife William Fitz in a separate combative sports match-up. It was a recipe for disaster and the outcome many in the First State foresaw came to fruition.
It was one crazy combative sport match both in and out of the confines of Right Coast Pro’s 20 x 20 professional wrestling ring Saturday Night at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware aka The RCP Arena. With one half of the RCP Tag Team Championship at stake, Champion Jr Heavyweight Tim Taylor was pitted against Sir Spaulding’s Savage, Wildlife William Fitz.
The multi-talented and highly acclaimed actress and singer Jessica Lauren Ball took time out of here busy schedule to visit Right Coast Pro Wrestling to perform the National Anthem at our standing room only Delaware Entertainment Event, RCP-30 Split Decision, at the RCP Arena aka the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware. Jessica hails from the Washington D.C area and has performed in numerous musical acts and theatrical productions. Among her many accolades include performing with multi-nationally known acts such as Boyz II Men, Martina McBride and Joss Stone. She has also been nominated for her performance in the stage shows “Guys and Dolls”, “Oklahoma”, and “The Sound of Music”. From the Right Coast Pro family, thank you Jessica for a fantastic performance and blessing our stage with your talent.
The Platinum Playboy Randy Shawn continued his undefeated streak at Right Coast Pro with a highly contested victory over The Aesthetic Male Damian Gibbs. It was a hard hitting, strategic affair between two very evenly matched athletes Saturday Night at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Split Decision Event in Newark Delaware. What was the difference maker you ask?
It was an exquisite display of athleticism by The Aesthetic Male Damian Gibbs at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Split Decision Event. High impact, high risk, high flying offense highlighted Damian Gibbs game plan bringing the Aesthetic Male within a hair of victory over The Platinum Playboy Randy Shawn in this Delaware Sports Entertainment Event. However, one factor and one factor alone prevented Damian Gibbs from continuing on with his RCP Winning streak…..
Four of the east coast’s best combative athletes came together in the center of a Right Coast Pro Wrestling ring for one thing, and it was not to let bygones be bygones or make friends. The came because of the competition and to potentially walk out of RCP’s Split Decision Event the Heavyweight Champion.
Don’t leave this weekend’s entertainment options to the luck of the Irish, make plans to attend Right Coast Pro’s Split Decision Event Saturday Night at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware. This is an all ages, family friendly event featuring Delaware’s best up and coming athletes competing in a 20x20 pro wrestling ring. We have eight matches total signed, two of which are Delaware Pro Wrestling Championship Matches!
The Internationally acclaimed RCP Heavyweight Championship Belt will be put on the line in a Fatal 4-Way featuring Champion “The Legendary Chick Magnet” Mozart Fontaine defending against the returning Bobby Wayward, God’s Gift Aaron Stride and The Latin Lover Chachi.
March 18th is going to be a night of kicks and flips as the award winning Newark Kenpo Karate Demo team joins Right Coast Pro Wrestling for its Delaware Community Entertainment Event, Split Decision.
Robbed of victory at Right Coast Pro’s last pro wrestling event by Clarke Kelly and his shenanigans, Disco Dave is looking for more than just a little payback against Delaware’s most devious sport agent and his stable of professional athletes. Disco Dave is scheduled to face one of Clarke Kelly’s top athletes, Contractor #1 on 3.18.17 at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware in RCP’s “Split Decision” event. While Kelly refers to his Contractors as athletes, many refer to them as combative sport mercenary’s… Click Here for Tickets
In an unprecedented contract signing, The Right Coast Pro Wrestling Delaware Tag Team Championships will be defended in two individual singles matches. RCP management asked, and the fans shared their opinions on just how the divided tag team championship titles should be defended via email and social media leaving the CEO Mister Crister to ‘Make it Happen’. Click Here for Tickets
Visually this unusual mix of Delaware Combative Pro Athletes looks to be quite eclectic, and it should come as no surprise that their pro wrestling styles are equally broad ranged for any who have attended a live Right Coast Pro Entertainment and Sporting Event. March 18, former Delaware Tag Team Champions, The Baldwin Brothers ,