In a shocking turn of events, Sir Spaulding debuted his pro wrestling tag team “Savages” and captured the coveted Right Coast Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championship in an Olympic Wrestling Rules Contest all in the same night at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware.
Armed with an oversized Olympic Wrestling Step by Step Guide, Sir Spaulding managed to lead his Savages to victory and a championship by bending the rules to his favor. The Savages, Wildlife William Fitz & Wildlife Cecil Whirlwind, found themselves clearly out classed and out of place attempting to wrestling by amateur rules in front of a standing room only crowd at the RCP Arena.
While giving it a good go by referring to a step by step manual, WWF and WCW were decidedly short on patience and coerced the contest to a pro wrestling rules contest with referee Clayton’s approval thanks to Sir Spaulding.
Once the Olympic Rules were thrown out the window, The Heavyweights found themselves wrestling on the defensive throughout the remainder of the contest, unable to swing momentum back in their direction.
Winners and NEW RightCoastPro Tag Team Champions: Sir Spaulding’s Savages A rematch between these two elite pro wrestling tag teams has already been signed for RCP’s January 14, 2017 Event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club
Huge thanks to @stiehlphoto for the fantastic pictures.
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