The RCP Arena was fully behind ‘Super Nerd’ Dexter Boykin, but Spaulding and WWF did not seem to notice or care one bit.
Norange Ocho's comeback fell a little flat thanks to acting CEO Clarke Kelly’s decree to make this a two on one contest. Norange put up a good fight at first, thrilling the RCP Arena aka The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Clup of Delaware
After eliciting RCP Heavyweight Champion, Ryan ‘The Adrenaline’ Rush’s help in locating Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s CEO Mister Crister, Garrett Dalton, Chris Manetankis, Mister Crister and the Champ made a dramatic entrance foiling Clarke Kelly’s attempted takeover of the show.
With order resumed, the CEO had Ring Announcer Chris Manetankis deliver a ‘professional’ match introduction as opposed to the amateur and Indy like performances of Slade McCoy and Clark Kelly through the night. It was the faceoff during this introduction that The Richest Man in Haiti Brian Profit realized he was in for a long night, and a hard hitting match.
A hard hitting match it was, Profit put up a good fight and his athleticism kept him in the game for a good while, but in the end he was no match for the champion Ryan ‘The Adrenaline’ Rush.
Ever since losing the RCP Board elections four years ago, Clarke Kelly has been hungry to take over the top spot in Right Coast Pro.
At RCP’s Take the Leap Delaware Pro wrestling event, sports agent Clarke Kelly with the help of his latest talent acquisition, the Atkins Brothers did just that. Dressed as the RCP Tag Team Champions, The Atkins Brothers made a mockery of The Krazy Kids, while Clark Kelly pretended to be the CEO Mister Crister. After assuming control, we found out the evil twins sabotaged the Krazy Kids car, and Mister Crister was detained. Ring Announcer Chris Manetankis and Head of Security Garrett Dalton tried to bring order, but received pink slips instead. After firing Chris Manetankis,
It was Savage vs Savage. See why no one wants to be the one booked against Wildlife William Fitz at our February 29th event.
Heavyweight Sean Royal and Michael Galahad both want to knock Grungy Gary off his Angry Chair, find out why and stay tuned to see who gets the match at our February 29th event.
Sergeant Intensity vs Pedro Duro
Disco Dave Injury Update
More to Come!
Greed left Monte Carlo with a face-full of green mist and a good thrashing by a shoe! Who uses a shoe? The Asian Assassin Setsu Ginsu does if you are dumb enough to take it off your foot and leave it within reaching distance.
The RCP Arena was rocking Saturday Night as Setsu Ginsu turned on his Fight Promoter Monte Carlo.
Misted, thrashed by a shoe and hit in parts of the body we can not mention, Monte Carlo had seen better days than Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s 20/20 event at the RCP Arena.
Everything Monte received, from what appears his former employee, The Asian Assassin Setsu Ginsu was deserved ten times over. Thankfully for Monte Carlo, his ace in the hole Demento was
It was match between two RCP Fan Favorites, newcomer Michael Galahad and former Right Coast Pro Heavyweight, Olympus and Tag Team Champion Sean Royal.
We would be remiss if we did not add that Heavyweight Sean Royal is also a RCP Hall of Fame Member. The match had everything fans packing the RCP Arena could hope for between two
Every sport has its unwritten codes of conduct, lines that should not be crossed. In pro wrestling one of those lines is threating a wrestler’s family.
Unfortunately Pedro Duro, upset by his pin-fall defeat at the hands of Sgt. Intensity, decided to cross that line by having his two South of the Border amigos.
It certainly was a bungle in jungle at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s 20/20 live event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware.
And, it was all fun to the RCP Arena faithful’s who braved the weather to support the Children’s and Olympus Champion, former Savage Cecil Whirlwind and his long awaited match against Wildlife William Fitz. What a championship match it was,
Paid off by Disco Dave’s brother, Grungy Gary, to not only defeat Dave in this pro wrestling contest, but put him out of combative sports all together, Brian Profit and Sebastian Night might have inadvertently did just that.
It was clear to the RCP Arena (Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware) fans from the start Profit’s strategy was to target Disco Dave’s arm, however it was an explosive Japanese style wrestling move executed by Disco Dave that left his arm vulnerable to Profit’s offensive attack. It is not clear exactly when the injury took place, but Profit showed no remorse