The young professional wrestling upstart who goes by the name of Brian Profit received a harsh lesson in sport Saturday Night while competing for a 2017 Right Coast Pro roster spot at their famous Strange Happenings Delaware Event.
Earlier in the year, Brian Profit, decided to leave the mentorship of RCP Developmental Head Trainer Mozart Fontaine in favor of training under the then current Heavyweight Champion Aaron Stride.
Months later Brian Profit found out that taking easy road when it comes to training and conditioning is not always the best road and certainly not a path to victory. Pitted against former RCP Developmental School rival Slim Jim, the two were given the opportunity to compete against each other for one 2017 roster spot in a Contract on a Pole Match.
While Brian Profit showed great promise, conditioning played a major part in his failure to achieve the prize and stand atop the podium. Brian Profit will be given the opportunity to return to the RCP Developmental School and now Champion Mozart Fontaine’s & JJ Johnston’s mentorship in hopes of gaining a future RCP Roster spot upon graduation.
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