Risk captures VPW Championship; Hurricane rains on Delta’s parade; Queen sends others to do her dirty work

A new era began with Victory Pro Wrestling’s anniversary show, Blood Sweat & 12 Years, as EJ Risk completed the cycle by capturing the VPW Championship.

After the championship matches and special guest The Hurricane were announced, Kevin Fulton and Jay Delta came to the ring.  Delta ran down The Hurricane, with everyone’s focus on the past, when he is the present.  He talked about his championship history, declaring himself as a Grand Slam champion before calling out The Hurricane for a match later that night.

#1 Contender To New York State Championship
Fatal Fourway Rules
The Giant Andre Vs Grammar Cop Vs Steve Gibke Vs Kai Katana

  • The Giant Andre showed his power and dominance against his opponents
  • Grammar Cop teamed up with Steve Gibke, and Kai Katana, though not by his choice, against The Giant Andre
  • Grammar Cop gave The Giant Andre a citation, which backfired as Andre chased Cop to the locker room.
  • Gibke hurt his knee in the match, but it was a ruse as he caught Katana off guard to pick up the win.


Coach Mammone Vs Alvin Alvarez

  • Coach Mammone challenged Alvin Alvarez to several challenges as the match begun; squats and push ups.
  • Alvin Alvarez performed well in his VPW debut, but was unable to keep the momentum in the match.
  • Coach picked up the win with a small package.


The Tweener Max Caster Vs Kevin Tibbs

  • Caster claimed that he would have a successful debut after asking everyone in the venue to leave, including Tibbs.
  • Tibbs showed his prowess as one of VPW’s top stars, but Caster was able to keep up with him.
  • Experience over youth prevailed as Tibbs picked up the win.


After the match, Caster attacked Tibbs, and then kissed him on the cheek.

VPW Tag Team Championship
Damian Adams & Bison (C) Vs Johnny Collins & Bryce Donovan

  • Collins and Donovan made their VPW debut against the champions
  • Adams and Bison were able to work together to retain the belts against their challengers
  • Collins and Donovan showed good teamwork, but were unable to overcome the sly experience of the champions, as Bison stole the win.


New York State Championship
Jay Delta (C) W/ Kevin Fulton Vs The Hurricane

  • Delta did not look like he was worried about his open challenge to The Hurricane.  The match started off in the ring but Delta took to the outside.
  • The Hurricane also took to the outside, taunting the New York State champion with fans from the crowd
  • Delta struggled to keep up with the former WWE Cruiserweight champion as The Hurricane kept pulling out trick after trick against him
  • Fulton played a part in the ending of the match, causing Delta to lose via disqualification

WINNER: THE HURRICANE (Jay Delta retained the VPW New York State Championship as a result)

After the match, Delta and Fulton attacked The Hurricane, but after a double choke slam, Hurricane stood tall.

Fighter Cat came to the ring because he did not have a match, so he called out anyone in the locker room to challenge him to a fight.

Enter:  Razzle Dazzle.  Laughing, Fighter Cat accepted the challenge.

Razzle Dazzle Vs Fighter Cat

  • Razzle Dazzle beat the smile off Fighter Cat’s face, but Fighter Cat would not go down
  • During the match, Coach Mammone came to the ring to observe, apparently
  • Fighter Cat was able to pick up the win.


After the match, Coach Mammone attacked Fighter Cat, then shouted at Razzle Dazzle, “This is how it’s done!”

Razzle Dazzle was stunned, but slowly followed Coach Mammone to the locker room.

VPW Women’s Championship
White Girl (C) Vs Queen Of New York Sam L’eterna

  • The new Queen of New York was scheduled to challenge for the VPW Women’s Championship, but instead she sent Antoinette Marie and Cali to do her dirty work.
  • Together they worked as a tag team against White Girl, which was not good news for the champion
  • White Girl was able to pull out the win after miscommunication between Cali and Antoinette Marie


VPW Championship
EJ Risk Vs VSK (C)

  • VSK and EJ Risk couldn’t wait to get their hands on each other before the bell started.  Once the match began, it was an explosion of conflict between the two former best friends.
  • The match spilled to the outside during the match, as the ring was unable to contain the two
  • In what turned into a 20 minute classic, the ending was questionable as a distracted official was unable to see Risk kick VSK in the groin, which lead to the win.


What will happen April 28 when Victory Pro Wrestling returns to Centereach for Spring Fever?.


Saturday April 28

New VPW Champion EJ Risk will be in action

What will happen with VPW Women’s Champion White Girl confronts Queen of New York Sam L’Eterna after the March show?

Jay Delta is scheduled to defend the championship against Steve Gibke

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