All American Pro Wrestling has a brand new Champion in the Mississippi Madman. The Madman battled Edmund “Livewire” McGuire in a classic that looked to go either way. With both men down the special ref of the evening Shane Rich turned on his good friend McGuire giving the edge to the unknowing Madman.
I was shocked and sadden in the Serial Thriller Shane Rich’s action on this evening. Rich has always been one of my friends and closest supporters of Missouri Wrestling Revival. I was still in disbelief when I caught up with Rich after the match in an interview that you will see in the near future at MWR.
Before the night was over the AAPW promoter suspended Rich for 90 days. I can only hope that Rich can take this time away and come back with a better attitude. With that said I just don’t see that happing. It looks to be Edmund “Livewire” McGuire vs. Shane Rich will be a 2010 must see for all MWR Fans.
In the meantime we would like to congratulate the Mississippi Madman in becoming the AAPW Champion.
Tonight, at MMWA-SICW’s show in East Carondelet, IL Herb Simmons, Tony Casta and Keith Smith made the executive decision to change the company’s policy on joining their roster.
An open-door policy is being put into effect, allowing wrestlers from any promotion across the Midwest to work with MMWA-SICW. A tryout will be held in the near future. Miller said that anyone from the Hooligans to “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt could grace an MMWA-SICW ring.
The trio also announced a pro wrestling exhibition that will take place at the St. Charles Convention Center May 7-9. Already confirmed for the event are “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Ted Dibiase, Bob Orton Sr., Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka, the Rock N’ Roll Express and Jake “The Snake” Roberts, among many others. Former Wrestling at the Chase Announcer Larry Matysik will emcee the event.
For more information, stay tuned to both Missouri Wrestling Revival and MMWA-SICW.