Trapper Tom’s “Road To FanFest” Notebook: September 22, 2022


September 22, 2022

By Trapper Tom, Editor, KSWA Digest

The annual Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA) “Road to FanFest” officially kicks off as the two-day Millvale Days concludes; and boy, have things heated up for the Megastars in a hurry!

The Megastars don’t have much time to lick their wounds after Millvale Days, as they head off to MJ’s Steel City Saloon in Coraopolis this Saturday night with a bell time of 6:00 p.m.! In “Big Country” Matt McGraw’s back yard, the Megastars square off with nothing but important matches.

The rivalry between Yinza and Shawn Blanchard intensified over the weekend, with the “O.G. of the VIPs” tossing powder in the face of the Pittsburgh Luchadore. These two warriors will face off alongside “The Face of Pittsburgh” Lou Martin in a Triple Threat match for the Golden Triangle Championship! What role will new Western Pennsylvania Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee “King” Del Douglas play in this matchup?

Worrisome news out of the camp for the Five-Star Champion Joshua Kavod. Constant action in-and-around the KSWA ring has led to a foot injury for everyone’s favorite Regent. Once the popular one receives news from the doctors, KSWA Digest will be among the first to share.

Shane Starr gets a fantastic opportunity for the Commonwealth’s most coveted prize, in the KSWA Heavyweight Championship this Saturday Night. But can the Sharpsburg Shooter have a focused plan of attack after being given the Prime Time Cancellation by Anthony Alexander?

As for the former KSWA Heavyweight Champion, what are his motives for turning on his long-time friend? Will he share any of his thoughts Saturday Night?

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