Some 1,188 Pounds Of Megastar In Fatal Four Way
April 30, 2016
by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer/Wrestling Journalist
Jay Flash lead "Team Faime" to Joe Abby Memorial victories for two consecutive years. He cost Big and Bigger the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) Tag Team Championship. He has been riding high, largely on the heels of KSWA Owner Faime's impressive coat tails. But tonight he faces quite literally the "biggest" challenge of his career.
Flash, the South Beach Soldier, all 174-pounds of brashness, skill and in-ring savvy, faces more than half a ton of agitated Megastars as part of the "Fatal Four Way." Featuring former tag team champions Jack Massacre and Mike Malachi, the field is rounded out by KSWA Class of 2016 Hall of Famer T-Rantula!
What makes this match up even more interesting is the Krazies might see a real showdown between the "7-foot" giants Jack Massacre and T-Rantula. Observers caught a taste of what that battle might look like when Massacre and T-Rantula briefly traded blows at Battle Bowl. Add in "Big" Mike Malachi, and this is a showdown of epic proportions.
Malachi, 6'5" and 293 is a former KSWA World Heavyweight Champion, a tag team champion several times over and one of the most influential wrestlers in the promotion's history. Last year he was named the #2 in a list of the Top KSWA Megastars of all time, sandwiched between Shawn Blanchard and list topper Lou Martin.
Massacre, 7' and 370 is simply the biggest wrestler to wrestle in on an independent level in the city of Pittsburgh. Not sense the legendary Haystacks Calhoun has a wrestler garnered such buzz for pure size in the city's famed wrestling annuals.
And T-Rantula, 7' and 360 the long-time Western Pennsylvania wrestling icon just recently brought his brand of violence to Pittsburgh and the KSWA. Last month he was honored with a KSWA Hall of Fame induction for his 26-plus year career in the sport.
Perhaps never in the history of professional wrestling in Pittsburgh has a Fatal Four Way included men of such mythical proportions. In fact, nothing like this may never happen again.
The Fatal Four Way is just part of a massive night of professional wrestling action at the Teamster Temple, 4701 Butler Street in the Lawrenceville neighborhood within in the city of Pittsburgh. Bell time is 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for kids, and $15 in the Mezzanine.