Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Four-Way Tag Match & Douglas James vs Hyperstreak Thursday Night...

Photo: @baronovech
Future Stars of Wrestling (FSW) announced a Four-Way Tag Team Match tomorrow night at Downtown Neonopolis for Beers and Bodyslams. BELL TIME 8PM. The Bonus Boyz (Clutch & Sugar Brown) look to get back in the win column after losing to the Soul Burners (Ryan Taylor & Tomaste) June 1  st. They go in as the favorites but in a scramble like this we know anything can happen. This match sets up for RMB since they prefer high paced contests with plenty of space to operate. The loss to the Soul Burners and a possible shot at the Titles stings but a win Thursday would go a long way toward healing their ales.   Exceptional and Tenacious would like nothing more than to kick the former FSW Tag Team Champs when they’re down and steal a high profile win. They recently challenged current FSW Tag Champs One Percent (Royce Isaacs & Jorel Nelson) and only succeeded in turning them babyface. They’ve been Champions elsewhere in Las Vegas but haven’t seen anywhere close to that same success in FSW.
Speaking of success elsewhere Fresco-Dinero (Fresco-Matic & Mondo Dinero) made their FSW debut as a team last month and have a prime opportunity to jump into the tag team mix. They work well together and are no strangers to winning in Las Vegas. A win could put them a win or two away from a Title shot in a Division that has been thin this year after the Tag Champions and Bonus Boyz. VIP and Lazaro are the fourth and final team in this one and it would be a pretty big upset if they get their hand-raised. They are talented young guys but are sharing the ring against three teams that have significantly more experience and success together.
Relentless” Douglas James is booked against Hyperstreak again on Thursday after June 1st’s travel fiasco and will be just ten days away from TJ Perkins at FSW 10 on June 23rd. Hyperstreak beat Adrian Quest in the matchup of the guys who made it here. Hyper got the win so will he make it three straight against the Limitless Tournament Winner? After his win in Portland, it’s clear DJ is in the zone he was in towards the latter half of 2018. He will be tough to beat.

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