Quarreling Owners Continue To One-Up Each Other, No Megastar Is Safe
April 25, 2016
by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer/Wrestling Journalist
Bobby O doesn't like his partner in running the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance, Tommy Faime. The entrepreneur and the VIP haven't agreed on much since Faime used back-door tactics to gain part ownership of the promotion from then-owner Shawn Blanchard.
Bobby O has seen many improvements over his charge. Faime's own nickname, "Mr. Tenacity," is a synonymy for possession of property. You might see where the pressure of owning independent professional wrestling's most decorated promotion might cause friction. Plus, neither man's personal pride will allow for the other to dominate any situation.
In other words, the bosses aren't happy with each other and the Megastars face some grueling tests on Saturday, April 30 as a result.
Faime and his other VIP cohorts--Lou Martin and Shawn Blanchard--have been wagging verbal war with The Latin Assassin. As a result, a tag team match has been set. The Latin Assassin and a partner of his choice, will take on his old foes. Blanchard and Martin have been chomping at the bit to take on Latin, and they don't seem worried as to who his partner may be.
The KSWA Tag Team Championships are on the line as KSWA World Champion Kris Kash and Shane Starr are challenged by the new team of Bobby Badfingers and the rust-free "Vicious" Vinnie Stone, known collectively as the "Spear Asylum." The Mayor Mystery led duo has been deemed the #1 Challengers for the Tag Team titles by the KSWA Championship Committee. An injury to "Nasty" Nick Crane has derailed The Mercenaries, perhaps indefinitely.
The Best of Five for the 5-Star Championship continues as well, with Kaida boasting a 2-1 advantage against Mitch Napier. Kaida won at the last meetup between the two. Kaida could wrap up the series and become the new 5-Star Championship this coming Saturday. Or this might be right up Napier's alley as he is eager to "fight" at all costs.
A Fatal Four Way between Jay Flash, Mike Malachi, Jack Massacre and T-Rantula. That's 1,188 pounds of humanity in the ring at the same time. This might be Jay Flash's best attempt to be the "Giant Slayer."
Also in action, Lord Zoltan, Justin Sane, "King" Del Douglas, "Ice Man" Tony Johnson and more. KSWA Saturday Night is April 30, 7:30 bell time. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids and $15 for Mezzanine. Call 412-726-1762.