Brigadier General of the Mascot Brigade, Coastee continued to demonstration his commitment to youth development, community spirit, and fun by fling in some of his friends from across the Atlantic Ocean. Direct from the European Branch of the Mascot Brigade, more specifically Ireland, Coastee insured the fans packed within the RCP Arena were treated to some great Entertainment Right Coast Pro and St. Patrick’s Day style. Music, giveaways and smiles were in abundance as Mascot Coastee and his friends provided the preshow entertainment.
The fans within the RCP Arena were on the edge of their seats throughout this action packed match, action packed AFTER The Richest Man in Haiti along with his confidant Jason Wilson finished with their lengthy diatribe on the microphone that is. Once the action started it was clear Colton Quest was focused and intent on nothing short of a pin fall victory at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Split Decision Delaware Sport Entertainment Event. The one wildcard in the match unaccounted for in Colton’s strategy, the snake known as Jason Wilson.
This was a brawl from the start as the RCP fans packed into Studio 54 (The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware) were robbed of Disco Dave’s beloved entrance in lieu of Contractor #1 jumping Disco Dave before he could even dance his way off the entrance ramp. Amped up from his interference in the Setsu Ginsu vs Slim Jim match, Contractor #1 was looking for quick knockout, almost to upstage Clarke Kelly’s Asian Assassin in Right Coast Pro’s standing room only Delaware Entertainment Event. One Problem….
It played out just as the security cams, Clarke Kelly and The Asian Assassin Setsu Ginsu predicted pre-match on the Megatron, knockout victory by Setsu Ginsu. As we saw unfold live at RCP Arena, aka the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware, Jim Slim has been targeted for extinction, and whoever put this “hit” on Slim will go to great lengths, and expense, to see this rising young athlete out of Right Coast Pro Forever!
He bills himself as a Parisian-Spaniard Lucha Libre Style Wrestler, Norangé Ocho, and he dazzled Delaware Pro Wrestling fans in his debut at RCP’s Split Decision Event. Despite his team losing their match against former Right Coast Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions, The Baldwin Brothers, and The Mexican Hardcore Champion Pedro Duro, Norangé Ocho along with his fellow Mascot Island Misfits, figuratively, tore the roof down of the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club with their performances.
The stage for the Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Delaware Tag Team Championship Unification Match was set leading into RCP’s Split Decision event by the fans. Each member of the contending tag teams would have to wrestle in singles action. This left Wildlife Cecil Whirlwind of Sir Spaulding’s Savages to wrestle The Heavyweight’s Sean Royal and his partner Tim Taylor to wrestle Wildlife William Fitz in a separate combative sports match-up. It was a recipe for disaster and the outcome many in the First State foresaw came to fruition.
It was one crazy combative sport match both in and out of the confines of Right Coast Pro’s 20 x 20 professional wrestling ring Saturday Night at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware aka The RCP Arena. With one half of the RCP Tag Team Championship at stake, Champion Jr Heavyweight Tim Taylor was pitted against Sir Spaulding’s Savage, Wildlife William Fitz.