The Best of Three series for the Victory Pro Wrestling championship between champion EJ Risk and challenger Mister Tibbs has taken an interesting turn.

VPW Commissioner Kevin Fulton made this series to prove who truly is the best, with the winner of the fall determining a special stipulation for the next match.  For Monster Mash October 27 in Centereach, EJ Risk chose the stipulation to be a Submissions match.

“I have never submitted to Mister Tibbs,” said the champion.  “He may tell you otherwise, but let’s look at the way the match ended.  Did I lose?  Did I tap out?  Or was my hand raised high?  Exactly.”

Technically, EJ Risk is correct.  The match ended by pinfall and EJ Risk did take the first fall.  But with the official knocked out in the corner, Mister Tibbs locked in an armbar and EJ Risk did tap out.

This doesn’t change the fact that at the end of the night, Tibbs is fighting an uphill battle.  To become champion, he must win at Monster Mash and again at November’s Disorderly Conduct 2.  

What will happen when VPW returns for Monster Mash?

VICTORY PRO WRESTLING PRESENTS
MONSTER MASH
Saturday October 27

VPW CHAMPIONSHIP
BEST OF THREE SERIES CONTINUES
Champion EJ Risk (1-0) vs Mister Tibbs (0-1) 
SUBMISSION MATCH

NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONSHIP
Steve Gibki and Jay Delta both claim to be New York State champion. At Monster Mash, only one will be able to make that claim in a ladder match!

VPW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP
Masha Slamovich returned to VPW and took home the Women’s Championship at Carnage in Centereach 12.  What will happen at Monster Mash?

SECOND ANNUAL VPW COSTUME CONTEST
VPW wants you to dress up and will even give you money!
Three prizes for best costume!  

 
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By VPW

Victory Pro Wrestling has a rich history of professional wrestling on Long Island, performing in St. James, Centereach, Deer Park, Babylon, North Babylon, Islip, Sachem, and Hofstra University. Since 2005, Victory Pro Wrestling raised thousands of dollars in fundraisers for our communities.