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JR Ryder Retires

After a storied twenty plus year career in pro wrestling, JR Ryder elected to retire after sustaining a knee injury during his match with the Heavyweights.


Clarke Kelly still a problem

Banned from the arena Clarke Kelly's presence was still felt as Jason Wilson and crew managed to foil Michael Rose's ring announcing by breaking a record of his head and making off with the goods.


Josh Jones Fundraiser a Success!

Thank you all, our fundraiser efforts exceeded expectations for both the canned food drive and Josh Jones benefit for 1614 Fitness in Bear.


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RCP-26 Right Coast Pro’s December 5, 2015 "Turn Table" Event Results

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Right Coast Pro Wrestling “Turn Table” Results from 12/5/15 – Newark, Delaware

Turn Table” was the company’s last event of the year, also after 3 full years the last event held at the Life Community Church in Newark, Delaware.  In 2016, the RCP Arena will be moved to the Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club. The company also collected a huge amount of food for the “Feed The Need Ministry” and held a fundraiser for friend Josh Jones.  Overall, it was a very charitable evening at RightCoastPro.

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The night saw the end of an era, as twenty year veteran of pro wrestling, and an obvious future Hall of Famer,  J.R. Ryder elected to retire from the active roster and pro wrestling by sybolically leaving his boots center ring. Thank you JR for all the memories, we love you my friend.  

 Chris "The Show" Steeler successfully defends his Heavyweight Championship against "The Latin Lover" Chachi in a TLC Match!

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“Wrestling’s Man of Steel” Chris Steeler retains the RCP Heavyweight Championship in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match over “Latin Lover” Chachi who won the earlier battle royal to secure the #1 Contender spot.  Steeler donated a large sum of money to the charity fund in order that CEO Mister Crister allowed his match to turn into a Tables, Ladders and Chairs stipulation.  That stipulation was allowed and not only did Champion Chris Steeler put our fundraising efforts over the top, he put Chachi over a 2 tier stack of tables and through a third table for the win!

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 The Baldwin Brothers prove they are for real and the rightful RCP Tag Team Champions!

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“The Baldwins” (Harry & Jerry) retain the RCP Tag Team Championship titles over their opponents Joey Silver and Colton Quest.  It was a hard fought battle for both teams but seemed the Baldwins had a slight advantage in size, a third man on the outside, the other brother Brutus,  and maybe a little preferential treatment by the referee.  In the end, the Baldwin’s retain their titles with Jerry getting the pin over Quest.

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 Studio 54 (Mozart Fontaine & Disco Dave) become Number One Contenders for the RCP Tag TeamTitle with Victory

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The “Pineapple on a Pole” match had the “International Initiative” King Kaluha + “Latin Lover” Chachi set to face Studio 54’s Mozart Fontaine + Disco Dave when Chachi proclaimed he had better things to do – prepare for the title match!  He had made a deal with Ruby Rubino so that he would take Chachi’s place.  Kaluha agreed to have Rubino as his partner and the match jump started when Rubino hit the ring.  The pineapple never even got to the top of the pole!  It’s a shame because the ruthlessness throughout the match backfired at the last moment when Kaluha smashed his own partner, Rubino, on the head with the pineapple just as Mozart Fontaine ducked out.  Fontaine was able to take advantage and pin Rubino while he was stunned from the impact of fresh fruit!  This was also a #1 Contender match for the Tag Team titles in January!

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 Wildlife William Fitz & Mascot Coastee chase Aaron Stride & #BFF out of ring and building!

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There was an impromptu match between “Wildlife” William Fitz and “God’s Gift” Aaron Stride after Fitz’s sidekick Mascot Coastee donated money to the charity fund.  There was a lot of kicking, punching and screaming by the “Wildlife” and both Stride and his #BFF Josh Maddoxx ended up running out of the building being chased by “Wildlife” with a chair.  The match was a no contest since neither was seen again the rest of the evening.

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 Almost does not count, but Pedro Duro is getting closer to performing his hat dance with everyshow.

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Finally!  Pedro Duro was able to get his Mexican Hat Dance on the show, he donated money to the charity fund and was allowed 5 minutes in the ring to show off his sombrero skills.  Courageous Cruz was having none of it, and doubled the donation for a chance to stop Duro’s dancing.  A quick match ensued but the sneaky Duro was able to take out Cruz with some foreign object found ringside.  Duro was disqualified and the match went to Cruz, but Cruz was carried out by the EMT’s and security.

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 Studio 54 (Mozart Fontaine & Disco Dave) become Number One Contenders for the RCP Tag TeamTitle with Victory

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The Fight for Fame & Charity was an all-inclusive battle royal in which each contestant had to donate into the charity fund in order to participate.  The prize was huge as the winner was the #1 Contender to the RCP Heavyweight Championship title and would compete for that title later in the show.  The contestants that were involved included Wrestler “X”, Ryan “Adrenaline” Rush, Courageous Cruz, Pedro Duro, “Prince of Aesthetics” Damian Gibbs, “Latin Lover” Chachi (who was eliminated 3 times before winning), King Kaluha, Ruby Rubino, Joey Silver, Colton Quest, Mozart Fontaine, Disco Dave, Bazooka Joe, All of “BTU” (Brian Johnson, Adam Chandler, Justin Pusser + Ms Jasmine).  Just as Bazooka Joe had cleared house of the entire “BTU” stable, including a top rope overhead throw of Ms Jasmine, Chachi entered himself one more time, using his piggy bank to knock out Joe and then donate the contents into the charity fund.  Last man standing, Chachi was declared the winner and the #1 Contender to face Chris Steeler later in the night.

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 Studio 54 (Mozart Fontaine & Disco Dave) becomes Number One Contenders for the RCP Tag TeamTitle with Victory

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JR Ryder had to forfeit his 2-on-1 “Loser Leaves RCP” match to the “Heavyweights” – Sean Royal & Tim Taylor due to a severe knee injury early in the match.  Special referee, Cheetah Master, stopped the match at the 2 minute mark.

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It was a record breaking Charity Benefit as Michael Rose found out, the hard way. It seems Jason Wilson is still lurking within RCP and still jealous of Michael Rose and his position as Ring Announcer.

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RightCoastPro events always feature a live presentation of the National Anthem, special appearances by RCP Mascot Coastee, PLUS giveaways and lots of surprises! Fun for the whole family!

This is a high-impact, professionally produced show that is up close and action-packed featuring Elite Pros from up and down the Right Coast. Our family friendly entertainment shows are held in a comfortable and clean environment with, full concessions and close to home.

Top rated community event! Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club, 109 Glasgow Drive, Newark Delaware 19702

Doors open at 6:15pm - Belltime 7pm ADVANCED TICKET SALES HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

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Next Event? Pro Wrestling

Where? Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club

When? January 9, 2016

Address? 750 Otts Chapel Road, Newark Delaware 19713

Time? Doors Open 6:15pm, Belltime 7pm
Price? 109 Glasgow Drive, Newark Delaware 19702
Discount Packages? Yes, See Ticket Page or Click Here
Ages? All Ages, Family Friendly Event
 

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