Mark Sterling, Jeremy Wyatt and Mike Sydal the Kansas City Killers returns to ST Louis at High Voltage Wrestling this weekend.
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 29, 2009
Jeremy Wyatt’s name is well known. The Rebel has been dominating the past couple of years with big wins in big matches. You may not like him but you have to respect him. This past month at the MWR Showcase show he defended his Revival Cup against Jimmy Rockwell, Arya Davari and “The Future” Donovan Ruddick in a NO DQ match.
Mark Sterling could very well be the most underrated wrestler today. Whatever goal he has set for himself he has accomplished. He wanted to be a tag team champion and he has done that several times in many promotions with multi different partners. Sterling wanted to be a Singles champion and has been on a tear winning the prestigious NWA Central States Championship and has added the PWE US title to go along with it.
Sterling is always one step ahead of his opponent in the ring. Looking back, that is why we should not have been surprised of the chain of events that led to the debut of the Kansas City Killers at High Voltage Wrestling.
St Louis Wrestling favorite son Mike Sydal, brother of WWE’S Evan Bourne has been making the city proud by working hard throughout the Midwest. Sydal had gone one on one with top wrestling stars such as Jimmy Rockwell in matches that have been praised by wrestling fans everywhere. One guy who he has faced several times throughout the summer of 2009 was none other than Mark Sterling. One has to wonder if Mark Sterling had asked promoters in the Midwest to match him up with Sydal for a reason. Its possible that Sterling saw something in Sydal. By wrestling Sydal in what looked like a feud was really Sterling’s way of preparing him to be a part of the wrestling’s Elite faction The Kansas City Killers.
The time could not have been any better than on October 10th at High Voltage Wrestling. Sterling had goaded the HVW Champion Kahagas wrestle him for the title in the main event.. Earlier in the night fans got to see the popular Sydal overcame the odds to become the HVW Livewire Champion when he defeated Brandon Aarons and Brandon Espinosa to claim the title.
The fans rejoiced…. For a moment.
Sydal would show his true colors after the main event when he and Wyatt would help Sterling send attack Kahagas. The fans were stunned but the worse was about to come. Sterling introduced wrestling elite faction- the Kansas City Killer, The same night that the St Louis Cardinals was bounced form the MLB National League playoffs Sydal would send the dagger to the heart of the city when he proclaimed “I am no longer from St Louis baby, I am from Kansas City!!!”
Sterling had just sent shockwaves to the Midwest wrestling scene.
The world was theirs for the taking.
Or so it seemed.
From the back came the most unlikely heroes. The Hooligans, Brothers Devin, Mason and Neil Diamond Cutter came to Kahagas aid. What their agenda was is any ones guess, just as Sterling is methodical, The Hooligans march to the beat of their own drum. It could have very well been because they wanted retribution for the vicious beat down that Wyatt administrated earlier that night on the runt of the family lil brother Neil Diamond Cutter or it could have been to stand up for their hometown St LOUIS.. Whatever the case they had set the stage for December 5th in Granite City Illinois.
Lets take a look at The Hooligans, when 2009 started the tag team buzz was all on the teams of the Northstar Express (Darin Corbin and Ryan Cruz) Zero Gravity((Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza) the LONRS (Mark Sterling and Darrien Sanders) and the Phoenix Twins (Tweek and Dash). Who would have guessed that it would be Devin and Mason who would travel the Midwest stomping everyone in their way? On October 10th the Hooligans hard work would finally pay off with their biggest win to date when they became the first ever HVW Tag Team Champions. The critics may not want to admit it but you can not talk Midwest tag team wrestling without having the Hooligans at the top of the list.
Then you have the runt of the family, Neil Diamond Cutter. Neil has shown heart and determination in each and every match he has been in. A little odd even to his brothers but brings to the table high risk , never die attitude.
The stage is set for December 5th. On one side you have what many consider the top three wrestlers in the Midwest, Mark Sterling Jeremy Wyatt and “The Youth Gone Wild” Mike Sydal are the Kansas City Killers and they have it all .The looks, all the moves and a bad attitude to boot. All they do is win win win. That’s all they know.
On the other Side of the ring will be The Hooligans, three guys who come from the working class, who take pride in working hard. They often state that “United we stand in this movement, united we will stomp the oppressors out. The Oppressors now have a name and that name is the Kansas City Killers.
The Kansas City Killers sent MWR this warning to give to the Hooligans.
You will not want to miss The Kansas City Killer take on the Hooligans on December 5th at High Voltage Wrestling . Doors open at 2:00, show starts at 3:00. This will be a Toys for Tots fundraiser. Bring a unopen gift and receive $2.00 off the price of admission.
MWR would like to congratulate High Voltage Wrestling for being featured in the brand new Wrestler magazine in the rankings page. You can pick up the wildly successful 148-page issue with the Wrestler starting at one end and INSIDE WWRESTLING starting at the other. This issue with HVW has John Cena and The Rock on the cover of INSIDE WRESTLING and TNA World Champion AJ Styles on the other.