ANARCHY vs. BOSS
We all know the main event will be a battle of Anarchy’s Mat Fitchett vs. BOSS member and SLA champion Gary Jay. However we will also see three more BOSS vs. SLA match ups. Here is a small insight on each of the match ups that will take place.
Christian Rose vs. Davey Vega: They call him the “Ace of Anarchy” for a reason and the reason is he has been the most successful wrestler in SLA since its first show. While not a champion in SLA the Vega has accomplished a laundry list of things.
– Tapped out Davey Richards at Yuletide Terror 2012
– Won a best of three series vs. ACH
– Pin Fall victories over Johnny Gargano, Kyle O’ Reilly and Roderick Strong
– Defeated Chris Hero at the #STACKED event
You can call this Christian Rose second run in SLA. Rose started out strong in SLA picking up wins in his first couple of matches. Rose went to a time limit draw with Dingo at the War of Attrition event and then seemed to just fall off the radar in SLA. During his time away from SLA Rose made waves in other promotions across the mid-west picking up wins against top talents along the way.
Rose is a perfect fit for the SLA roster but he felt disrespected by not being used for the stretch of time he was away and for that reason he joined the BOSS faction. Rose now looks to knock off SLAs “ACE” at one of its biggest events of the year.
Double Dog Collar Match: Dan Walsh/Jordan Lacey vs. Adam Raw/Alexander Rudolph: While you will see some of the best hold for hold wrestling and high flying wrestling at this year’s Circus Maximus you most likely will not see any holds in this match. This match is very personal. Dan Walsh is no stranger to blood and street fights at Circus Maximus as he has battled in two very bloody battles at this event. Adam Raw known for his amazing striking also is not afraid to make someone bleed and truth be told he is not afraid to bleed himself.
Walsh makes no bones about the fact that he feels like SLA does not respect him or what he put his body through during his time as SLA champion. That was his reason for joining the BOSS stable. The personal side of this feud lies with Alex Rudolph and Jordan Lacey. What was known as a fun loving tag team Lacey and Alex were climbing the ranks of the SLA tag team division. They had a coming out party when they took The Hooligans to the limit at a past event. Just as quickly as they were rising it was over as Lacey turned on Alex during Gateway to Anarchy weekend and joined the BOSS stable.
Lacey never really gave a reason to why he turned his back on his partner. All he has been quoted as saying is that his days of dancing and being the butt of the jokes are over. That no one will get a laugh at his expense anymore and he has found a group that respects him. Blood will pour in this one folks that is for sure.
Kyle O’ Reilly vs. Jeremy Wyatt: Jeremy Wyatt is a founder of BOSS. Wyatt hates the SLA fans and to be brutally honest is not a fan at all of SLA management. Wyatt is a former LWA (now SLA) champion and during that time many fans say he was the best champion in the history of the LWA. When SLA began Wyatt was not booked on the first event and would not be seen in SLA for its first year. After making his SLA debut in a losing effort Wyatt would be gone again for a long time being told simply that there was nothing for him. Wyatt would be brought back again at Yuletide Terror and this time he would make sure that there was something for him as he would help Gary Jay retain the SLA championship in the main event. Wyatt, Gary Jay and Dorian Victor left Yuletide Terror with the title and we would later learn that BOSS would be made up of others feel disrespected by SLA.
Kyle O’ Reilly is pound for pound one of the best pro wrestlers in the world. He mixes submission wrestling with amazing striking and it has made him very successful in the world of pro wrestling and has also given him a very solid win/loss record in SLA. O’ Reilly is no stranger to BOSS either as he was jumped by them after a match with Christian Rose and his championship match with Gary Jay night two of Gateway to Anarchy weekend was an instant classic. Kyle will look to knock off Wyatt and work his way back into the title picture while Wyatt will look to take out someone the SLA fans love to watch. This match could very well steal the show folks so make sure you are live to witness it.