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Supreme Pro Wrestling ends the year with its December show

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Supreme Pro Wrestling held their final show of the year with a wild event featuring the battle between SPW Heavyweight Champion Sal Thomaseli versus Extreme Champion Drake Younger. The unde rcard featured the SPW Tag Team Champions in a handicap match against Virgil Flynn. Two "Five Pack" matches were held as well along with a "special" Women's bout and the long awaited return of local pro wrestling legend El Flaco Loco.

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The SPW Arena will filled with rabid fans wanting to see the evil heel Sal Thomaseli get his comeuppance. He opened the show cutting a promo about how low rent indy wrestling is and dissed the fans and the wrestlers. Drake Younger came out and cut one of the most heartfelt promos I have ever heard. The two would face each other in the main event of the evening. The curtain jerker match of the show was a tag team affair between the team of Rik Luxury and Corvus against Dejon Brown and Dominic Simon. The two teams battled it out until a bit of dissension between Luxury and Corvus was exploited by their opponents causing them to lose the match and a breakup of their team.

Kurai Hime and Savannah Riley continued their vicious feud. The two ladies squared off in the ring and bruised and batter one another until something had to give. Hime took advantage and used her heelish wits to pin Riley for the victory. Jeckles the Jester and Drake Frost was the third match of the evening and these two stiff wrestlers did not disappoint. The two traded stiff blows and shots whilst neither one giving an inch. Jeckles however managed to outlast the powerhouse Frost and pinned him for the win. El Flaco Loco came out to the ring and cut a promo about how there was no room for him on the card and didn't want to bump one of the young lions off the sheet just so he could wrestle one last match.

The next bout was the first of two five way matches of the evening and it was a wild one. Josh "Scoot" Robinson was punished by all four of the veteran wrestlers that included T'Lo the Insano, JD Bishop, Sir Samurai and Mustafa Saed. Despite all the carnage and chaos, JD Bishop won the match by pin fall. A brief intermission was held before the final three matches of the evening began. Virgil Flynn wrestled a handicap match against the SPW Tag Team Champions Bobby Hart and Cjay Kurz, if Flynn won he would receive a title shot next month along with his tag team partner D-Torch. The heel champs took it to Flynn whom bravely held his own. Flynn was over powered by his opponents and when the referee tried to restore order he was knocked out. Torch was at ringside and went to his partner's aid and Flynn won the match by pin fall but the decision was reversed by the second ref who saw Torch interfering on his partner's behalf.

The second fatal five way match was held. This time the winner of the bout would earn a future title shot. It was a ring full of mayhem as the wrestlers fought all over the arena (they even fought in the restroom). With bodies everywhere and havoc run amok, Flyin' Ryan managed to win the contest by pin fall getting another shot at the championship. The main event of the evening was held. Sal Thomaseli, the defending SPW Heavyweight Champion and Drake Younger, the Extreme Champion fought under extreme rules. The two competitors fought all over the arena. Younger gained the advantaged and was setting up Thomaseli for his metal chairs spot until Joe De Soul interfered begging Younger to spare him. This was all a set up because Saed came out and attacked Younger along with De Soul.

The faces Sir Samurai and El Flaco Loco came out to make the save. Seizing the moment, Loco booked himself into a no holds barred six man tag match. The faces (Loco, Samurai & Younger) and the heels (Thomaseli, DeSoul & Saed) squared off in a wild brawl that these eyes haven't seen in awhile. Chairs, a Slim Jim and a large table were used in the match. The heels were on the verge of winning (Samurai went through a table) but El Flaco Loco finally got his revenge on Sal and won the match by pin fall. The shocked heels scurried off whilst the faces celebrated in the ring. El Flaco Loco closed the show by wearing the SPW title.

Next month's show will be held on January 19th at the SPW Arena. Tickets for this event are only $10 for adults and $5 for children. For more details please visit



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