Alvin Alvarez cancelled his other plans to celebrate his birthday in Centereach. He claimed he was attacked by Stockade, and that the Deathmatch Asgardian attacked VPW Commissioner Kevin Fulton so he could be suspended and avoid Alvarez moving forward.

Alvarez called it a night and invited fans to buy his merchandise, but the Commish had other plans. Fulton refreshed Alvarez’ memory that it was he who threw the first salvo by attacking DA Black Sheep with a steel chair, so at Before the Storm, instead of collecting a paycheck by sitting behind the merchandise table Fulton gave DA Black Sheep a chance to return the favor.

While he did get some licks in, the match was dominated by the Absolute one. After the match, Alvarez, with rage in his eyes, pulled a wooden door from under the ring and set it in the corner before slamming DA Black Sheep through it.

Alvarez then looked into DA Black Sheep’s eyes and relayed a message to be sent to Stockade: “The door is always open.”

With DA Black Sheep’s shattered body, Alvarez was intense with anger. With Stockade’s suspension ending after Blood Sweat & 13 Years, what will happen next?


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