Yes, war has been declared by Russian Professional Wrestler Urie Graygory (don’t call him Boris) on both Disco Dave and America’s Best Colton Quest after his pin-fall loss Saturday night in front of hundreds at the RCP Arena. It is clear by now, pro wrestling rules in Russia are more lax than here in the USA by Boris’ frequent use of closed fists, brass knuckles, chokes and of course abuse of the referee.
Despite the implication of all above, and motivational words from Colton Quest during his Opposite Element’s Combative Sports Match with Disco Dave, Urie Graygory came up on the losing end. Like the rules, sportsmanship in Russia must also be different than here in the States. Embarrassed by his loss, Boris timed his counter attack well, by ambushing Disco Dave in the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware’s lobby as he was greeting his fans. While CEO Mister Crister has yet to rule whether Boris will be disciplined, he did state that there will be no re-match between Disco Dave and Boris on March 17 at RCP’s Barney Blast Event.
Winner by pin-fall: Disco Dave