The mysterious man from the orient, Setsu Ginsu, continues to cut through the competition at Right Coast Pro Wrestling in Delaware. The story of Setsu Ginsu’s dominance can be followed by looking at these great Stiehl Photography photos from RightCoastPro’s Festivus 4 Event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware.
It was a tag team grudge match brought about from events taken place at RCP’s April event that had RCP Developmental Trainers Mozart Fontaine & JJ Johnston teaming up to take on the team of King Kaluha and Setsu Ginsu.
Setsu Ginsu, clearly practiced in the martial arts, set the pace early with his quick hands and lightning fast feet,
and surprising agility.
King Kaluha used his veteran wiles to wear down JJ & Mozart as well as teach Setsu Ginsu some new ‘not so legal’ pro wrestling tips.
The RCP Hall of Famer Mozart Fontaine managed to mount a brief comeback for his team.
However, between King Kaluha’s pineapple and Setsu’s green mist the Crew Guy and Hall of Famer did not stand a chance.
Winner by pinfall: King Kaluha & Setsu Ginsu under manager Clarke Kelly’s guidance.
What will the mysterious man known as Setsu Ginsu due next? Ask Clarke Kelly or better yet find out live September 10 in Newark Delaware (permit pending) when RightCoastPro returns from summer break to start its exciting fall season.
King Kaluha, Setsu Ginsu, Mozart Fontaine and JJ Crewguy are Mascot Brigade Approved Athletes, be sure to visit Mascot Coastee’s Playground for great fitness, health and real food recipes for athletes of all ages. http://www.mascotbrigade.com
Be sure to also check out our ‘Roster’ page featuring all the great athletes of Right Coast Pro in Delaware here: RCP Athletes