The strange rumbling you hear is emulating from the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club in anticipation of Right Coast Pro’s announcement of a Battle Royal open to any RCP Employee that wishes to get in the ring on 11-19-16. What and who does that mean?
The News Headline says it all, someone is walking out of the RCP Arena on November 19th with their face splatter with pumpkin pie and it will either be Mr. Intensity Jerry B or The Latin Lover Chachi. Right Coast Pro’s, now famous, Strange Happenings event is a pro wrestling community event where EVERY match of the night has an unusual or strange stipulation tagged to it. This Delaware Pro Wrestling Match at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club is no different.
After a several year hiatus, the Monster is back at Right Coast Pro Wrestling in Delaware. The top hat, face paint and trademark cane return to RCP for its famous Strange Happenings Event and a challenge only the bravest of professional wrestlers would accept, a Casket Match.
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Right Coast Pro Tag Team Champions “The Heavyweights” have signed to defend their titles against Sir Spaulding’s debuting “Savages” in an Olympic Rules professional wrestling match at The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware on November 19th. It is a night of strange and unusual matches, and what better time for Sir Spaulding to debut his new tag team, The Savages!
The Infamous King Kaluha is set to take on Studio 54’s Disco Dave in a Lumberjack Match at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s famous Strange Happenings Event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware on 11-19-16. Twenty professional wrestlers will be surrounding the RCP ring to insure these two combative athletes settle their issues athlete to athlete.
It is high noon at the Okay Corral, the Gunfighters stand opposite, eye meets eye, the hand twitches and only then best of the two will live to do battle another day. The line has been drawn at RightCoastPro Saturday Night 11-19-16 between two star students recently graduated from the RCP Developmental Pro Wrestling School in Delaware. One 2017 roster opening has been announced and only one of these students will snag it, literally. High up on a 15 foot pole will be a clip board with said contract. The first student to climb it, gets it! Simple.
November 19th Newark Delaware, it is the event you have been waiting all year for, Right Coast Pro’s Strange Happenings. A pro wrestling sporting and entertainment event where every match has a “strange” stipulation to it. What do we mean? Take a peak at our already announced matches for 11-19-16 at the RCP Arena aka The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware and you will begin to understand.
Two former Delaware Pro Wrestling Champions and current Right Coast Pro Heavyweight Championship Number One Contenders look to be next in line for the coveted RCP Championship and the "Chess" Belt that goes with it by battling on November 19 at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club in a Falls Count Anywhere in Delaware match.
In an effort to outsmart his competition The Mexican Hardcore Champion Pedro Duro, who informs us he is now a cruiserweight, brought what he thought would be an “equalizer” in disguise to the RCP ring and we are not referring to his personal Lawyer Fantastico but a lunchbox.
The Latin Lover Chachi came into Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s HomeComing event with a seeming unsurmountable goal, defeat three highly skilled professional wrestlers in succession to get an opportunity to court the girl of his dreams. While it was a fairy tale ending, the journey was far from pleasant for Chachi.
Mr. Intensity came into RightCoastPro’s HomeComing pro wrestling sporting event on a roll. Every event he has been steadily working up Coastee’s Championship Power Rankings growing ever closer to the coveted Number 1 Contender sport. We’ll that road took a slight detour as Disco Dave brought his “A Game” along with his 70’s strut, managing to pull off a uncontested pin fall victory at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club.