Saturday December 5th at 7pm at New Beginnings Assembly (1011 E. 6th st) in West Frankfort, IL., #1 contender Edmund “Livewire” McGuire gets his long awaited opportunity to become the AAPW Heavyweight Champion. McGuire will face AAPW Shawn Shultz in the Main event. Shultz has held the title since May 9th of this year when he won it from “Serial Thriller” Shane Rich. A match in which McGuire was a special 2nd referee and actually made the 3 count to crown Shultz the Champion. McGuire has been AAPW’s most popular wrestler since our inception. McGuire has had 2 previous opportunities at the AAPW title but came up short. Will the 3rd time be a charm? Not if Shultz has anything to say about it!
In other action, the team of RAGE (Mike Masters & Mitch Blake) get a rematch for the AAPW tag team titles against Champions, The Money Makin’ Jam Boys (K.C. Jackson & the 459 lb Mississippi Madman). The champs have fended off both the team of Rage and former Champions, Old School Thunder, for most of 2009. The Jam Boys look to head into 2010 as Champions but Rage may have their number.
Tommy Mercer, a 6’4″ 260 pounder that appears to be cut from granite, will once again be in action as he is scheduled to take on IWAP Champion Christian Rose. Rose will definitely have his hands full.
“Playboy” Paul Rose will be in action against the extremely popular Curly.
Heath Hatton makes his pro wrestling debut in West Frankfort.
Also on the card, The Convoy, “Bad Boy” Chris Thomas, Xavier Cage, Brookln Bobby, Old School Thunder, and others!
Don’t miss a night of great wrestling action!!!
Tickets $10 adults, $6 children 12 and under. For advance ticket information, please send a private message here on myspace or contact us at http://www.myspace.com/allamericanprowrestling
All American Pro Wrestling has recently been contacted by “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt. Wyatt, holder of multiple belts throughout several Mid West promotions in 2009, had a match against “Serial Thriller” Shane Rich for the AAPW title earlier this year. Wyatt is STILL protesting the outcome of that match. For those of you not in attendance, video of the match shows that at the count of 3 Wyatt placed his foot on the bottom rope. The referee did not see it and made the 3 count. Wyatt claims he should have won the match and been AAPW champion. The referees decision stood and Wyatt never received a rematch.
Although Rich is no longer AAPW champion, “The Rebel” feels he has a score to settle and wants to prove he is the better wrestler. Wyatt is challenging Shane Rich to a rematch. Rich, who is scheduled to face the 260 pound Carnage on December 5th in West Frankfort, IL. has accepted Wyatt’s challenge. AAPW feels that it’s fans deserve to see who is the better wrestler by matching one of our best against arguably the best in the Mid West.
In other news, former AAPW tag team champions, Old School Thunder (Ax Allwardt & “Thunderbolt” Brandon Walker) have expressed their concerns about not receiving a rematch for the tag team titles against the team that took it from them, The Money Makin’ Jam Boys. Old School Thunder feel that since they hold a victory over the team of Rage, who challenge for the belts on December 5th, they rightfully deserve the opportunity.
Also, the tag team The Convoy, have complained about not getting a shot at the tag team titles. The Convoy claim they were promised a shot at the titles when they signed with AAPW over 3 years ago but have yet to receive it.