MICHIGAN WRESTLING ORGANIZATION PRESENTS
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8TH @ 3:00 PM
RICHFIELD ROAD CHURCH in FLINT
6259 Richfield Rd. between Belsay Rd & Irish Rd
$5.00 at the door. Fans ages 5 & under FREE
The holiday season is traditionally known as the most magical time of the year, where anything is possible. It is with the appropriate backdrop of Christmas Clash that Tyson Dean will see his first-ever main event shot at the Michigan Wrestling Organization Championship title in what will be the biggest match of his organization career to date. The former MWO Tag Team champion will resume his solo aspirations in a big way, having defeated Old School Ric Caurdiea recently to earn the title shot on December 8 at the Richfield Road Church.
Standing in Dean’s way of achieving a dream will be Jeremiah J. Hughes, the cornerstone of The Takeover as well as the flag bearer of the MWO. “The Archduke” has had a career year in 2019 and is looking to close out the year by retaining his heavyweight crown on the 25th anniversary of one of the most cherished traditions in the promotion. Hughes will do whatever he has to in order to remain on top. And if that means breaking a rule or two, “the Archduke” will do it. Tyson, primarily labeled as a tag team specialist, has had some solo success after a stint with the Disciples of Darkness last year. But this is a major deal for him. Never before has Tyson been in the MWO title match on a major supercard, let alone as part of the feature attraction of the show. Dean understands the challenge before him, but then too so does Hughes. This is a classic confrontation between two of the MWO’s brightest superstars battling for the biggest prize offered by the promotion.