AAPW Recap: What Happens When Killers, Madmen and Fans Collide from Adam Testa at The Wrestling Daily

Our good friend Adam Testa from the wonderful wrestling website The Wrestling Daily was on hand with us at All American Pro Wrestling in West Frankfort Illinois to witness a great night of wrestling headlined by the AAPW Champion The Mississippi Madman defending his title against Jeremy Wyatt in a night to remember.

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Look for a photo recap from MWR’S Mike Van Hoogstraat in the near future.

Wyatt came close to taking home the AAPW title for the first time with a perfect game plan but The Madman’s power kept that from happing. Could the Mississippi Madman survive again against The Belt collector? We will soon fine out as AAPW has signed a rematch between these two premier wrestlers.

Also on the card will be recently released WWE Star Paul Burchill taking on former ECW/WWE star Simon Dean. Plus a falls count anywhere match between Edmund Livewire McGuire and “Badboy” Chris Thomas.

Long time wrestler keeps fighting for fans

Local grappler performs despite injuries

Edmund “Livewire” McGuire wrestles with pain each time he steps into the ring.
Wrestling takes its toll, even though the outcome of a given match is scripted, said McGuire, who has worked as an independent wrestler since 2002. The in-ring action can have physical consequences, he said, and while many wrestlers suffer injuries, he has been fortunate.

“My left knee bothers me on a daily basis; if I try to extend it, it cracks,” McGuire said. “If I walk on it, it can sound like I am walking on sand. With pain, you just have to suck it up. It’s part of the profession. I am lucky; it could be worse. Guys get seriously injured in our business all the time.”

McGuire said when he walks, one of his knees makes a grinding noise as though he’s walking on sand and occasionally making loud pops when he moves it.

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