by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer
May 28, 2009
The winds of change are indeed coursing through the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance, and on June 6 at Heatwave Havoc, more changes could be realized.
In a rare occurance, all three members of the VIPs—“The Enforcer” Shawn Blanchard, “Dr. Devastation” Lou Martin and “The Future” Shane Starr—will be in a six-man tag match against KSWA Heavyweight Champion “The Prime Time Player” Anthony Alexander, and the “Best Tag Team Evaa” Alex Arcadian and Ric Rumsky. The VIPs are claiming that it's time to rid the KSWA of Alexander, as well as Rumsky and Arcadian. Blanchard is the current Number One contender for Double-A's championship, while Martin and Starr wish to stop the juggernaut that is Arcadian and Rumsky.
The new Golden Triangle Champion, Kris Kash, will try to keep his mojo working when he defends against the Great Toyota. Kash shocked the KSWA landscaping with a jarring victory over Ali Kaida, who at weigh-in, bested his challenger by more than 130 lbs. The KSWA is all about opportunity—as owner Bobby O is fond of saying—that's why the Great Toyota gets a rather unexpected shot. However, if Toyota wants to continue plundering through the locker room, he may want to make the most of his opportunty. It's been announced that Great Toyota's work visa may have accidently expired. KSWA attorneys around working diligently to make sure that Toyota will be able to “Kash In” his chance at the Golden Triangle Championship and determine what will happen if the Japanese sensation upsets Kash for the prestigious title.
Regardless of who wins the Golden Triangle Championship, the champ will next face (here or abroad) the winner of the Justin Sane v. Big Mike Malachi match. Both combatants are former Golden Triangle Champions eager to get back to the top of the Single's Mountain. This match to determine the Number One Contender for the coveted Golden Triangle Championship is expected to be a highlight of the night. The Irish Bear—Malachi—may be looking for a way to expel his frustrations over the apparent demise of the International Thugs. Meanwhile, Justin Sane is anxious to get on a winning role. Sane has been involved in some skirmishes with the VIPs and is in need of a win.
At the last KSWA event, Kommissioner Biker Al put out the challenge to the KSWA Tag Team Champions, The Latin Assassin and Blood Beast. Al says that he has never been pinned to lose a tag team championship, even though he is a two-time champion (in 2004, Al held the straps with La Lucha). Now, Al and his “cousin” Vicious Vinnie Stone try to regain the titles when they challenge the ever-improving and cohesive Blood Beast and The Latin Assassin. Cousin Vinnie has been on a workout regime that will enable him to compete in tip-top shape.
The King Del Douglas is set to face an old foe in “The Drunken Luchadore” Joey Quervo. The two had a drawn-out rivalry just last year, with Joey absconding Del's crown for some time. Douglas assures the match makers that the same situation will not occur this time.
Gentleman Joe Perri, still reeling from the disolution of the International Thugs, will bring his newest acquisition—the Bulldozer—to take on the Mayor Mexico City, La Lucha. La Lucha assures the Megastars that he will be able to go face-to-face with the 270-lb plus Bulldozer. Perri says that Bulldozer will be able to pave his own way to fame, fortune and dominance.
Heatwave Havoc will take place at the Home of Professional Wrestling in Pittsburgh, the Lawrenceville Moose, 120 51st Street, Pittsburgh, on Saturday, June 6. Bell time is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids. Card is subject to change