A roster-wide Royal Rumble in honor of the late promoter Tony Casta is part of the MMWA’s next offering. Also, the MMWA title will be decided that night at the South Broadway Athletic Club on Saturday, May 8.
MMWA Championship (Vacant) Moondog Rover vs. The Big Texan
Tony Casta Memorial Royal Rumble
Brian James vs. Rick Ruby Gary Jackson vs. Garrett Shanks Damion Cortess vs. Keith Smith Jr. Purple Passion vs. Flaming Freddie Fury Ricky Cruz & D’Mon G vs. Damian Blade & Kahyman
Bell at 7. Tickets are $10. It is unknown if the event will stream.
World League Wrestling plans to stage their event at the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Mo. on Saturday, March 6.
However, it will not be without a major cleanup operation. On Sunday the 21st, Leland Race arrived at the venue and training center to find that a burst pipe had been spraying the facility with water for up to two days.
The card will be WLW’s first in 2021, and will feature a main event consisting of all the current champions.
Main Event #1Moses & Sean Patrick vs. Camaro Jackson & Jon Webb
#2Derek Stone vs. #4Kyle Roberts #3Rahim De La Suede vs. Jayden Dominic Rose Steve Fender vs. Jaden Jack Gamble vs. Stephan Newton
Masks are required.
Bell at 7. Tickets are $15 for adults at the door. The event will no longer be streamed live.
Derek Stone and “The Deliverer” Moses are set to battle for Stone’s WLW Heavyweight Championship at the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Mo. on November 7. As they are the top two ranked wrestlers in the State, the winner will also be awarded the vacant Missouri Heavyweight Championship, Missouri Wrestling Revival’s endorsement of being the State’s best.
As before, MWR’s belt will be defended in every one-on-one match the eventual champion has in Missouri, no matter the promotion. MWR’s first Missouri champ in 13 months will be determined at World League Wrestling’s event on Saturday.
The match sees Derek Stone make his second defense of the WLW Heavyweight Championship. Stone strives to begin his second year as champion strong by retaining “Harley’s belt.”
Is “The Deliverer” Moses on your radar? He should be. Moses was on a yearlong singles winning streak, before meeting Stone on October 3. Despite a near 100 lb. weight disadvantage, he put up a real fight against the champ last month.
Factoring all wrestlers, in all companies, and a pandemic, these two are the best in Missouri.