MICHIGAN WRESTLING ORGANIZATION
LIVE EVENT PREVIEW

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21ST @ 2:00 PM
MWO STUDIO in FLINT

Located behind Carman Plaza on Corunna Rd, just east of I-75

ADMISSION:
$5.00 at the door. Fans ages 5 & under FREE

CREATURE FEATURE JOHN CAMPBELL
vs. SKULLZ

It’s more than appropriate that these two Michigan Wrestling Organization legends will square off for the first time ever within days of Halloween. In what some fans refer to as a dream match for the organization, the Creature Feature John Campbell and Skullz will clash in a preview of the upcoming 8-man tag team elimination match scheduled for Trick-or-Slam. With Campbell and the “Ruler of Parts Unknown” on opposite sides of the ring in the traditional elimination match six days later, this is a pivotal match for both superstars. While the Creature Feature has continued to battle the top names in the MWO, this will be Skullz’s first match since July. As he has assembled his Disciples of Darkness faction, the “Ruler of Parts Unknown” has been eerily quiet. That all changed when he was informed he would be a part of the Disciples quartet on October 27. Meanwhile, Campbell’s involvement in the ongoing conflict against the Disciples began on September 30 when he was on the receiving end of a brutal attack by Tyson Dean and Jack Teryn. Luckily, Campbell was helped out by THEE Cody Leedy, Blackwell, and Tyler Dean. Now, on October 21, the MWO Studio will host its most anticipated showdown so far with the two grapplers who have a great appreciation for the macabre going one-on-one for the first time ever.

TYLER DEAN vs. TYSON DEAN

This confrontation has been brewing for months, ever since Tyson was carried away by the Disciples of Darkness following the Dean Boys’ loss of the MWO Tag Team titles at Slam-a-Thon this past June. When Tyson finally reemerged he was not the same man he was prior to his influence within the faction. The happy, energetic superstar was transformed into a methodical and rabid predator. Tyler’s attempts at snapping his brother out of whatever daze he’s in have been unsuccessful. And up until this point, Tyler had no interest in having to fight Tyson. However, after weeks of being attacked by Tyson and the other Disciples, Tyler has had enough and is apparently prepared to start defending himself, even if it means fighting his brother.

THEE CODY LEEDY vs. JEFF CLOUSE
BLACKWELL vs. JACK TERYN

On Sept. 30 at the MWO Studio, MWO Tag Team champions Pure Fury Jeff Clouse & Jack Teryn were split up into singles matches against their top-ranked contenders Blackwell & THEE Cody Leedy. The decisions were split among the two teams with both tandems picking up a win over their respective opponents. With six days until their 8-man tag match at Trick-or-Slam, the solo matches will be switched up. PF, who lost to Blackwell on Sept. 30, will wrestle Leedy, while Teryn, who bested Cody, will match power with Blackwell. Momentum will be a key contributor heading into Trick-or-Slam supercard, so if one team was to sweep the other in singles matches, that would be a major boost in confidence.

JACOB BRAWN &  ANDREW STEELE
vs. JJ HUGHES & ROBERTO CRUZ

What started out as triple threat to determine MWO Great Lakes champion Bam Grizzlee’s No.1 contender on Sept. 30 turned into a definitive statement by two of the rising stars in the Michigan Wrestling Organization looking to break into the main event scene. JJ Hughes and Roberto Cruz beat downs on the Package Andrew Steele and then surprisingly Jacob Brawn set off a chain of events that has resulted in one of the most unique tag team matches in some time. Cruz and the “Main Attraction” are proving they can be just as successful and dangerous without the influence of former manager Mr. Positive. On Oct. 21, they will attempt to continue to move up the ladder when the battle the makeshift tandem of Brawn and the Package—both former MWO Champions. And as both superstars have set their focus on the Great Lakes title, their partnership is strictly based on common opponents. So while this is a tag match, all four competitors know that their individual standing is very much at stake here