We hope everyone had as a great a New Year’s celebration as we did here at the offices of Right Coast Pro Wrestling in Delaware. To help get you hyped for our big 2017 season debut on January 14th here is Mascot Coastee’s Lucky 13 video recap of our November Strange Happenings Pro Wrestling and Entertainment Event that took place at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware on 11-19-16.
At Right Coast Pro’s next Delaware Event on January 14, 2017, “Light the Night”, The former RCP pro wrestling tag team champion Heavyweights will face Delaware’s current pro wrestling Champions; Sir Spaulding’s Savages. This championship showdown set to take place at the RCP Arena, aka The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club, will showcase four of the First State’s best professional tag team wrestlers.
The lights dimmed, the aura turned purple, and one could not help to think of the WWE’s Undertaker as Sebastian Night’s ominous casket was placed on stage. The standing room only crowd at the RCP Arena in Newark Delaware grew silent in awe and anticipation of Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s first ever Casket Match.
Harry M Baldwin showed up at Right Coast Pro’s Strange Happenings event abandoning his ‘ring technician’ style early on in the contest for a new strategy, offensive aggression. Long time Delaware Pro Wrestling Icon, JJ “The Ring Crew Guy”, just happened to be the recipient to Baldwin’s overload of angry aggression in the “falls count anywhere in Delaware” matchup at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club.
Tables, ladders and chairs. It takes a special, focus and goal driven athlete to compete much less win a professional wrestling contest that has a TLC stipulation attached to it. Not only did America’s Best Colton Quest shine, he did so utilizing his opponent’s, The Asian Assassin Setsu Ginsu, formula for dominance in combative sports against him, focus.
Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s annual “Strange Happenings” Delaware Event was the scene. The RCP Arena, aka The Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware, was the hosting venue. Disco Dave and King Kaluha were the combative athletes, and that is where the normality’s ended.
Self Confidence with a sprinkling of arrogance are always good traits to find in athletes. However, when this balance is overinflated an athlete’s performance usually suffers. Such was the case with The “Jason Wilson Experience” at Right Coast Pro’s Strange Happening’s Delaware Professional Wrestling event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club.
You read the headline correctly, Referee Jim Dixon has earned the right to be called the RCP Official Champion by dramatically defeating Contractor Number 1 at Right Coast Pro Wrestling’s Famous Strange Happenings Event at the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware. How did this happen, you ask?