It is with a heavy heart that we report the passing of a RCP Brother, Friend and our Champion, Colton Quest (Anthony). Early Friday Morning March 30, 2019, Anthony was tragically involved in a fatal automobile accident. Please keep his surviving family in your thoughts and prayers during this sad time.
Forever our Champion
A Star has been forever added in your honor my brother, we love and miss you!
It was a beautiful day, and a beautiful setting as volunteers from both the Mascot Brigade and Right Coast Pro Wrestling in Delaware ventured to the St. Andrews School in Middletown Delaware for the 2016 Fall Special Olympic Games. See more pictures at Coastee's Mascot Brigade website: MascotBrigade.com
Mascot Coastee arrived early in anticipation for Santa Claus’ arrival at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware. He worked his magic by spreading smiles among the hundreds of children waiting impatiently for the man from the North Pole to hear their wishes for this 2016 holiday season. See more pictures at Coastee's Mascot Brigade website: MascotBrigade.com
WWE & NXT acclaimed trainer & Hollow's Stable owner, Coach Mike Hollow, works with Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s developmental school students and trainers at an invitation only event in Connecticut.
The Mexican Hardcore Champion, hailing from South of the Border, came into the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware with his ‘El Super-o Lawyer-o’ thinking he could pull a fast one on America’s Best Colton Quest.
Clarke Kelly certainly found a winner during his recent ‘talent recruitment expedition’ to the orient recently. Since his RCP-27 debut, Setsu Ginsu has mystified, stupefied and dominated everyone he has competed against in Delaware.
King Kaluha came within a hair of adding yet another championship to his dossier on 9-10-16 at Right Coast Pro Wrestling in Delaware. Teamed with the mysterious man from the Orient, Setsu Ginsu, this International Tag Team advanced to the finals of RCP’s Knockout Style Tag Team Tournament where the competed in a three way with the Baldwin Brothers and The Heavyweights for the right to be called RightCoastPro Tag Team Champions.
The Mexican Hardcore Champion, Pedro Duro, showed up at the RCP Arena in Newark Delaware with all guns blazing, his own personal lawyer, and an air of confidence only one who has visited the panoramic South of the Border would recognize.
An athlete must possess confidence, and almost an air of arrogance, to successfully remain a perennial championship contender. The Baldwin Brothers Three certainly have an abundance of both as displayed Saturday Night at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware. This overabundance, also cost them a chance to once again name themselves RCP Tag Team Champions.
There was nothing technical or pretty about this pro wrestling contest. This was simply a classic old school chain match between two behemoth athletes that just do not like each other and the packed house of the RCP Arena got exactly what they expected, ruthless aggression.
The Baldwin Brothers showed Delaware exactly why they are combative sport perennial championship contenders at RightCoastPro’s No Fault pro wrestling event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club. Intensity and Confidence was the formula Harry, Jerry and Brutus brought to the RCP Arena in their contest with the tag team of Disco Dave and Dave Davis.
Jealously can play a big part in determining an athlete's future, and this was seen first hand Saturday night at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s big ‘No Fault’ sporting event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club in Delaware.