RCP’s announcer labeled it a match of survival for Referee Mad Dog Jim Dixon as Right Coast Pro’s Hype Video Played on the giant Megatron during intermission, and he was right.
Referee “Mad Dog” Jim Dixon issued a challenge based on respect and pride, a perfect story book challenge.
Unfortunately after an initial flurry of offense that caught an overconfident Jerry Baldwin by surprise, Jim Dixon paid the price in the form of broken bones.
Professionally Trained, Mr. Intensity Jerry Baldwin showed the untrained wrestler, Jim Dixon, just what it is like to compete at a professional level. Jerry Baldwin showed RCP’s Senior Referee no mercy in the ring, vowing numerous times to end Dixon’s career not only as a wrestler but a referee.
Hand stomps, repeated shots to the head left Referee Jim Dixon dazed and wounded. While Mr. Intensity could have easily pinned Dixon for the Championship, he opted to end the match at his discretion, by breaking Jim Dixon’s Arm!
While Delaware’s EMT’s alongside RCP’s Medical Staff attended to Referee Jim Dixon, Jerry Baldwin arrogantly took the microphone away from ring announcer Michael Rose to announce himself as Delaware’s latest pro wrestling Champion.
He vowed to legitimize RCP’s Official Title as well as rename this Top Rope Belt Original. Mr. Intensity Jerry Baldwin assured the media in his post match interview, that he will defend the championship, against an opponent to be named later, at RightCoastPro’s huge annual Festivus Event on July 15th at the RCP Arena in Newark Delaware (permit pending)
Winner by Pin-Fall: Mr. Intensity
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