KSWA Tag Team Match Has Special Title Stipulations, “Nasty” Nick Has A Shot At Ginger Gold
June 10, 2015
by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer/Wrestling Journalist
The Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) Championship Committee may have outdone itself this week. It was announced that a tag team match will have Single’s Gold complications. Following the stellar action from last Sunday's impromptu tag team main event in Harmarville, the KSWA Champion says Sharpsburg fans need to see the same match, but with a twist. The KSWA World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Shawn Blanchard, and the Golden Triangle Championship (now held by Lou Martin) will be on the line as they face Kris Kash and Shane Starr.
The rules of this complicated match are simple: if Kash or Starr pin Blanchard or Martin, the single’s titles change in a tag team match. Both Martin and Blanchard, perhaps understandably, have been arguing that this stipulation is unfair. KSWA Owner Tommy Faime has voiced his disdain for the match in a video that’s available at the KSWA Wrestle Facebook page.
KSWA Owner Bobby O was behind the match up on Sunday night, as well as the architect for this Saturday’s showdown. The KSWA Championship Committee has declined comment, allowing Bobby O’s actions to stand alone.
The Mayor of Parts Unknown, Mayor Mystery, plans to visit Ginger Hill, PA this week, in advance of “Nasty” Nick Crane’s charge toward the 5-Star Championship. Since Super Ginger won the strap, challengers have been stepping to the pay window. This Saturday, Crane gets his shot. Mayor Mystery, who has been traveling the globe in advance of a Mercenaries World Tour, believes that Crane would look spectacular wearing the 5-Star Championship come Saturday night. Super Ginger is gearing up for his first title defense.
In a match of elite athleticism, The Jester and Jay Flash will lock up in one-on-one action. The two have met several times in the past, and they know each other particularly well. The Jester and Kaida defeated J-Ru and Jay Flash on Sunday in Harmarville, and Flash is looking to settle the score. Not many Megastars have had a better first half on the year than Jay Flash, what with key Battle Bowl and Joe Abby wins, as well as a milestone win over rival Tony Johnson. The Jester started the year as the 5-Star champion but recently lost it to Super Ginger, in a match that also included Johnson and Flash. This matchup between two of the KSWA’s most physical and intense, should be a highlight of Saturday night.
“King” Del Douglas, who last Saturday called out the “Biggest and the Baddest,” Jack Massacre (and got stomped the next night in Harmarville) takes on Ric Rumsky this Saturday. Rumsky, one of the smallest and lightest guy in the locker room, has had a long KSWA career of sticking up for himself. Douglas hopes to bully Rumsky on Saturday night but the Ohio Valley Pepperpot is ready.
J-Ru and Bobby Badfingers, collectively known as “Deeds,” takes on Joey Quervo and El Skeletorious this coming Saturday. Members of the infamous “Masked Marvels,” Quervo and Skelly are international champions. Badfingers and J-Ru are ready to fine tune their quest for tag team excellence. “Deeds” has been on the heels of the “Wall Street Cover Boys” for months, and with the tag team champions not on the card, they have something to prove. Look for Quervo and Skeletorious to be in the cross hairs of the KSWA’s most dominate duo du jour.
One of the most heated conflicts of 2015 has been between Justin Sane and Harley T. Morris. Along with “Evil Genius” David Marbell in his corner, Morris has been one of the biggest KSWA risk takers since—Justin Sane. In fact, the series of matches have seemed to perk up Sane, who was well into the biggest funk of his career. This next chapter of the skirmish will be pivotal to both wrestlers.The “KSWA Let’s Get Krazy” Tour stops this Saturday, June 13 at the Sharpsburg Volunteer Fire Department, 1611 Main Street, Sharpsburg. All tickets are $10 and bell time is 7:00 p.m. For ticket or event information, call 412-726-1762. Card is subject to change.