“K-Fresh” Kevin Fulton was looking to cash in his Gold Rush Rumble contract to face then VPW Champion Kevin “MISTER” Tibbs for the top prize in the company, but Tibbs had other plans.
During the Jerry Fitzwater show at September’s “Caged Chaos” show, K-Fresh announced that tonight would be his night to cash in the contract and be the first ever dual champion in VPW.
Tibbs came out, introduced the fans to his new administrative assistant Jacob Hendrix, and called K-Fresh and embarrassment to all champions everywhere.
But Tibbs also had a hidden agenda that night: he wanted to take out K-Fresh, so Tibbs called in a favor. A fan jumped the guard rail and attacked Fulton, only to reveal that this “fan” was really former VPW Champion Jason Static.
K-Fresh decided to hold off on his title shot against Tibbs and face Static in a match that night. Things did not fare so well for Static, as not only did he lose the match, but he tore his arm and was shelved for almost 10 months due to the injury.
Almost a year later, Static has been cleared to wrestle, and he’s decided to come crash the “Eighty…and Counting” party and finish the job he was hired to do and beat down K-Fresh.
Static understands that sometimes injuries happens, but in a video he posted on Facebook (see left), his intentions when he returns are more personal than professional.
When he faces K-Fresh in Deer Park, he intends to return the favor and show K-Fresh how it feels to sit on the sidelines with an injury.
What will happen when the former Victory Pro Wrestling champion returns to Deer Park? Can K-Fresh overcome the anger that Static will bring, or will Static’s hatred and rage be too much to handle?
VICTORY PRO WRESTLING PRESENTS
Saturday July 20
Deer Park Community Center
41 Homer Ave, Deer Park, NY
VPW CHAMPIONSHIP LUMBERJACK MATCH
King of New York Jay Delta v. VsK (c)
NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Kai Katana (c) v. Amazing Red
VPW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Kevin Tibbs/Dorian Graves v. Da Hou$e Party (c)
Jason Static v. “K-Fresh” Kevin Fulton
Former WWE Diva Jillian Hall
v. Former TNA Knockout Payton Banks
Come celebrate our 80th show when we return to Deer Park!