DOUBLE MAIN EVENT TO HEADLINE
HISTORIC CHRISTMAS CLASH
Richfield Road Church Hosts Last Event of 2019
All roads will lead to the Richfield Road Church this Sunday, Dec. 8th for the final event of the Michigan Wrestling Organization’s 25th year of operation celebration. And by the matches announced for the annual holiday tradition, officials have pulled out all the stops as they close out a historic—and in some cases, chaotic—2019.
A double main event will headline the 2019 Christmas Clash. In one main event, MWO Champion Jeremiah J. Hughes will defend his title against unlikely, yet determined, challenger Tyson Dean. This will be Dean’s first one-on-one opportunity at the MWO Championship title in a supercard main event. The other half of the double-headliner will be the organization’s first-ever Steel Cage I Quit Match, pitting Old School Ric Caurdiea against MWO chief executive official Jason “the Basher” Clouse in the culmination of their rivalry.
“An event this big needed a big headliner,” said MWO Commissioner Simon Paige, “Obviously the MWO Title is the biggest championship in the MWO, but this feud between Caurdiea and Clouse has to come to an end and this is the only way to have a definitive winner.”
Two of the three other championships will also be up for grabs at Christmas Clash. The Mighty Bojack and Adrian Anderson will both be vying for MWO Great Lakes champion Roberto Cruz’s title in a triple threat match. Pope-n-Friends (Blackwell & Cody Leedy) will attempt to regain the MWO Tag Team championship when they challenge The Epidemic in a 2/3 Falls Reindeer Games Match, with each fall having a different holiday-themed stipulation.
“You’ll notice that a few of these matches are between long-time rivals,” said Paige, “This is a good way to put a bow on their feuds and allow the wrestlers to start a milestone 2020 with a clean slate one way or another.”
The other titleholder in the promotion—MWO Television Champion Tyler Dean—will not be part of Christmas Clash. In a move that was met with a great deal of controversy, CEO Jason Clouse ordered Tyler to be kept off the Clash card. Although there has been no official reasoning for the decision, it was not well received by Dean’s fans who were looking forward to seeing Tyler defend his TV title.
“I was not there when the alleged altercation took place,” said the commissioner, “But whatever happened was enough for Jason (Clouse) to make the decision he did. And there’s nothing I can do to override it.”
Other anticipated bouts scheduled to take place at the Richfield Road Church will include two grudge matches. After weeks of built up animosity, the Creature Feature John Campbell will collide with organization newcomer Butch “the Bruiser” Reichel in a match between two powerhouses both looking to move up the MWO ladder. The other match on tap for Christmas Clash has a deeper level of hatred between former stablemates when Alex Crow will have his chance at revenge when he battles The Show’s Dire Wolf Corey Kerr. Crow and Kerr were partners in the former Scum of the Earth faction until the “Dire Wolf” betrayed Crow and aligned himself with The Show.
The action starts at 3:00 PM on December 8th, with doors opening to the public at 2:30 PM. There will be a $5.00 admission at the door, with fans ages 5 and under being admitted for free.
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