The "End Game" Paul Jordane Debuts Against Jay Flash At Brawl Under The Bridge This Saturday
July 22, 2016
by Trapper Tom, Ring Announcer/Wrestling Journalist
For nearly a year, Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) Megastar Jay Flash has called himself "The Giant Slayer." His accomplishments and wins over such stalwarts as Jack Massacre, "Big" Mike Malachi and T-Rantula have all been more a result of bravado, machismo and opportunity, and not the power of the pinfall. But any way you look at it, Flash has positioned himself in a way that has put him as a top challenger to the KSWA World Title, the most prestigious of its kind anywhere.
Now, the KSWA Championship Committee has found another giant for Flash to try and topple. "The End Game," Paul Jordane makes his debut for Pittsburgh's professional wrestling organization in this Saturday's "Brawl Under The Bridge" II. Jordane, a powerhouse at 6'7" and 265 pounds, may look familiar to some network watching aficionados. Jordane has made "multiple" appearances on the campus of Full Sail University in Florida and had a similar, developmental deal for about a year.
In nine years on the independent circuit, Jordane has held numerous regional titles throughout the south.
A native of "Iron City," Georgia, Jordane has been to the "Steel City" before, once to wrestle for a western PA promoter about eight years ago, and once to visit friends. This will be his debut for Pittsburgh's promotional wrestling organization, and it will be an important match.
Should Jordane derail the KSWA Champion Tommy Faime’s hand-picked champion, the charging Flash; however, loss might just quiet the bodacious South Beach Soldier, but a decisive win could clear Flash's path to the "Biggest Giant of Them All," KSWA World Champion Kris Kash.
Jay Flash and “The End Game” Paul Jordane match up this Saturday as part of “Brawl Under The Bridge II,” between 6th and 7th streets under the Homestead Gray’s Bridge. Bell time is 7:00 p.m. All tickets are $5.