RCP-22 Right Coast Pro’s Festivus 2015 Delaware Pro Wrestling Event Results
RightCoastPro Wrestling “Festivus 2015” Results from 7/26/15 – Newark, Delaware
• Round 1 (Match #1) of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney 'God's Gift' Aaron Stride & his BFF defeat the Mexican Hardcore Champion Pedro Duro to advance to round 2.
• Round 1 (Match #2) of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney Chris 'The Show' Steeler won a 4-Way Elimination Match over Ryan 'The Adrenaline' Rush, Joey Silver and Courageous Cruz to advance to Round 2.
• CEO Clarke Kelly forces Ryan Rush to not only wrestle again, but finally forces him out of RCP as he was defeated in an impromptu loser leaves RCP Match against Clarke Kelly's new enforcer JR Ryder
• Round 1 (Match #3) of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney saw a display of teamwork by the The Latin Lover Chachi & The Cougar Tamer King Kaluha to eliminate both “Hall Of Famer” Mozart Fontaine and Colton Quest before Clake Kelly announces them both winners and able to advance to round 2.
• “Heavyweight” Sean Royal chose to reform the Heavyweights with Tim Taylor and proceed to defeat the Baldwin Brothers in a Clarke Kelly add on match!
• Round 1 (Match #4) of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney Bazooka Joe defeated The Dealmaker Ruby Rubino with manager Sebastian Night to advance to round 2.
• Round 2 of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney 'God's Gift' Aaron Stride defeated Bazooka Joe in controversial fashion.
• Round 2 of the CK Heavyweight Championship Tourney Chris 'The Show' Steeler defeated King Kaluha and The Latin Lover Chachi in a 2 on 1 Handicap match.
• In the Tournament Finals & RCP Heavyweight Champion Match “God's Gift" Aaron Stride with help from BFF Josh Maddoxx & JR Ryder defeated Chris 'The Show' Steeler to become Right Coast Pro's first ever 2x Heavyweight Champion!
If you followed along during the event last night, your bracket sheet should already be filled in. If not, here are the official results from the CK Tourney - remember, this was CEO Clarke Kelly's tournament with all his rules - that were obviously "subject to change" many times throughout the evening!
Ultimately, Clarke Kelly's guy won and EVERYONE was upset about it, BUT, Mister Crister was more than upset, he was outright enraged! He stood up to Clarke Kelly and vowed to put an end to his cheating ways!
"God's Gift" Aaron Stride survives three matches to become Right Coast Pro's first ever 2x Heavyweight Champion!
Three different opponents, three grueling rounds of tournament action, three unique and possibly contestable victories, but victories none the less left "God's Gift" Aaron Stride and his BFF Josh Maddoxx holding the RCP Heavyweight Championship at the end of night. Oh and we forgot to mention, three different wardrobe changes to go along with the three matches (this is important you know).
"The New Heavyweights" Electrify RCP's Tag Team division with Heavyweight Sean Royal's contract signing, officially naming the Jr. Heavyweight Tim Taylor as his partner!
It was a Festivus Miracle indeed as history in Delaware Pro Wrestling repeated itself with the formation of the dynamic, high energy tag team known as the Heavyweights! Heavyweight Sean Royal has been searching up and down the Right Coast for that special athlete worth of mentorship, and though it cost him any and all chances at ever regaining the RCP Heavyweight Championship, Sean Royal chose mentorship over personal glory and accolades. RCP look out because the Tag Team Division has been officially put on notice.
It was round one of the CK Tourney that saw God's Gift Aaron Stride out fox the wiley Mexican Hardcore Champion Pedro Duro in a very entertaining and athletic battle!
Two opponents were supposed to be drawn at random, and by all appearance were, until Mister Crister blew the whistle on CEO Clarke Kelly who 'arranged' a matchup between his guy Aaron Stride and the Mexican Hardcore Champion. Then the CEO stacked the deck against Pedro by making it a lumberjack match and allowing Aaron Stride to attack Pedro with his back turned before the bell. The Mexican Hardcore Champion fought well but just could not overcome the odds!
Steeler emerges victorous in a fantastic fourway with Right Coast Pro's top high fliers.
In an effort to eliminate three fan favorites from the CK Tourney, CEO Clarke Kelly heeded Aaron Strides suggestion and Joey Silver, Courageous Cruz, Ryan 'The Adrenaline' Rush, and Chris 'The Show' Steeler found themselves in a fantastic fourway that did not dissapoint. It was a non stop action affair for over twelve minutes that eventually saw Chris Steeler pinning Ryan Rush for the victory.
Immediately after his defeat against Chris Steeler, Ryan 'The Adrenaline' Rush was forced to wrestle another match, this time against his new enforcer J.R. Ryder in a loser leave RCP Match!
Absent for over a year The Big Bad Wolf J.R. Ryder made a surprise return serving as CEO Clarke Kelly's enforcer. Tasked with running Ryan Rush out of RCP for good, Ryder delivered in a brutal, fist flying affair of which an already exhausted Ryan Rush just could survive. After hitting the 'Airborne Virus' Sr. Referee Larry Peace reluctantly counted to three sending Ryan Rush packing.
Two of Right Coast Pro's powerhouses collided in round one of the CK Heavyweight Tourney! Bazooka Joe and 'The Dealmaker' Ruby Rubino faced off for the first time in a first round match up. Despite the wisdom of advisor Sebastian Night, The Dealmaker Ruby Rubino's inexperienced eventually played a role in his defeat. Ruby put up one heck of a fight, going toe to toe with arguably RCP's most brutal wrestler, but in the end allowed himself to be caught in Bazooka Joe's O2.
CEO Clarke Kelly declares BOTH King Kaluha and The Latin Lover Chachi Championship material in what was originally set to be a four way elimination match for the CK Tourney.
It started out as a four way elimination match for the right to advance to the second round of the CK Heavyweight Tourney, but it did not take long for alliances to be formed. Failing multiple attempts to pin both Colton Quest and the Hall of Famer Mozart Fontaine, Chachi formed a tenous alliance with King Kaluha which proved to be quite bountiful. The two worked together as a team to eliminate Mozart Fontaine followed then by Colton Quest as Ref Dixon just happened to be distracted when Colton had Chachi in a pinning predicament. Just as they were ready to lock up and see who was the best among themselves, Aaron Stride 'suggested' to Clarke Kelly that they both should be declared winners, which the CEO did. Of course it was also suggested that Chris Steeler face both Chachi and Kahlua in the second your, which the CEO also 'made happen'.
Harry Baldwin's big 'Tag Team Belts' debut foiled by Mascot Coastee!
Arrogant as ever, The Baldwin Brothers refused to be upstaged by CEO Clarke Kelly’s huge announcement of the Latin Lover Chachi and King Kaluha both being named in Right Coast Pro’s ‘International Initiative’ (and yes the Baldwin’s felt that honor should go to them since they do hail from the great state of Elkton, Maryland). Harry, Jerry and Brutus were all set to debut the RCP Tag Team belts which they supposedly had custom made. As it turned out Harry’s briefcase was filled with banana’s and a contract officially recognizing ‘The Heavyweights’ as part of RCP’s newly formed Tag Team division. The ‘K-Mart purchased belts’ as Sean Royal so eloquently put it where debuted by Mascot Coastee and The Mexican Hardcore Champion in a very interesting segment to say the least.
The Heavyweights flex some serious muscle in the debut of Right Coast Pro's Tag Team Division.
Heavyweight Sean Royal was given an ultimatum, elect to compete in the CK Tourney as a singles wrestler or sign an exclusive tag team contract and continue his mentorship of the Jr. Heavyweight Tim Taylor giving up any and all chances at the RCP Heavyweight Championship forever! Royal chose the latter and also chose as part of his signing the right to a match with the Baldwin Brothers. Sean Royal refused to wrestle the Baldwin’s for their ‘K-Mart’ looking belts but would fight for the right to be called champions. The Heavyweights did not disappoint as Tim Taylor took the air to complement Sean Royal’s mat skills to catch the Baldwin Brothers by surprise for the victory.
Chris "The Show" Steeler dominates the finals of the CK Tourney but falls to an 'illegal' chair shot.
The third and final round of the CK Tourney saw Aaron Stride and Chris Steeler finally meet one on one in Right Coast Pro. Steeler dominated the entire match countering Stride every step of the way, but the difference came when BFF Josh Maddox distracted Ref Larry just long enough for Stride to 'bonk' Steeler with a steel chair and gain both the victory and the RCP Heavyweight Championship.
Mister Crister explodes and stands up the CEO Clarke Kelly's bullying.
It has been brewing since the election. CEO Clarke Kelly has purposely been undoing everything the former CEO Mister Crister has built. The final straw came after Clarke Kelly rigged the first round of the CK Tourney in Aaron Stride's favor, forced Chris Steeler to face two opponents in the second round, essentially fired Ryan Rush and turned his cheek in the final round of the CK Tourney whenever Aaron Stride decided to cheat. Mister Crister let Clarke have it verbally and physically after Clarke slapped Crister. Mister Crister took control and promised 'And Justice for All!'
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