In his two reigns, Kevin Tibbs has held the Victory Pro Wrestling championship for a total of 574 days. On January 10, when VPW returns to Centereach, the leader of the Church of Tibbs looks to start the clock and add more time to his legacy as one of the best wrestlers in VPW as he challenges the man that defeated him to close out December, Ricky Reyes.
Beating “The Cuban Crippler” is no easy task. Since joining VPW, Reyes has made a tear, first by becoming the 2010 Gold Rush Rumble winner and challenging for the New York State Championship, then challenging for the VPW Tag Team Championship, and his crowning achievement, rising to the top of the mountain and becoming Victory Pro Wrestling Champion, and becoming the third VPW superstar to become triple crown winner.
For the past six months, one of Tibbs’ biggest challenges has come from Reyes. While successful at first, the tenacious and precise strategy of Reyes finally wore down the “Savior of Wrestling,” who refused to speak with VictoryProWrestling.com about the match except to say, “This story is not over.”
Will Kevin Tibbs reclaim the championship, or will Ricky Reyes ruin his happy ending?
VICTORY PRO WRESTLING PRESENTS
2015 KING OF NEW YORK
Saturday January 10, 2015
VFW Post 4927
31 Horseblock Road in Centereach, NY
VICTORY PRO WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP REMATCH
New VPW Champion Ricky Reyes
defends against Kevin Tibbs
2015 KING OF NEW YORK TOURNAMENT
The annual 12-man tournament to determine the
new King of New York
Former United States and World Champion
All this and more!