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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2018
TWISTED WRENCH, HARKER HEIGHTS, TX
For the first time, The Pride is going to kick it in Bell County!
Don't miss the best professional wrestling in Texas when Lions Pride Sports presents Kickstart on Saturday, September 22 at Twisted Wrench in Harker Heights.
After August's High Voltage event in Bryan, we've now got two champions in The Pride. Both will be in action in Harker Heights!
Lions Pride Sports Champion Mike Dell knows his challenger, and it's an old foe: Brent McKenzie! Will Super Tex and his nefarious producer Chase Paradise bring gold to The Brand, or will Dell retain his prized title?
Plus, the new Lions Pride Sports 360 Champion, Alexander Hammerstone, will defend his title, but who will he face?
Will titles change hands when the bell sounds in Bell County?
Don't miss those matches and much more! Mark your calendars for September 22, and CLICK HERE to get your tickets for Kickstart!
HAMMERSTONE FIRST TO HOLD 360 GOLD
Lions Pride Sports has its first 360 Champion.
At the High Voltage event August 17 in Bryan, Alexander Hammerstone thrived and survived a chaotic five-way elimination match in which falls counted anywhere to earn the second title introduced in The Pride.
The powerhouse athlete scored the final fall with a second Nightmare Pendulum to Johnny Swole, who turned in an incredible, career-defining performance that came up just short of being golden.
Jaxon Stone's debut in Lions Pride Sports was defined by extreme cockiness and the athleticism that earned him a place in the Atlanta Braves organization. Barrett Brown and Ricky Starks were in each others' faces from before the bell rang, and in an insane moment, Starks drove Brown from the ring apron through chairs set up at ringside.
But while five men can say they competed in one of the greatest matches in company history, only Hammerstone can state he emerged with the 360 Championship. Who will be the first to challenge the international superstar for the title?
Also at High Voltage:
- Mike Dell retained the Lions Pride Sports Championship against former NWA World's Heavyweight Champion Rob Conway and his surprise cohort at ringside, the mediator gone rogue Bruce Tharpe. The former head of the NWA helped Lance Hoyt win the title from Dell in June, but Hoyt ended up on the wrong end of a loser leaves town match later that month in which Dell got the belt back. Tharpe's latest attempt to get the championship off Dell fell short as the champ retained with a Dellbow onto the impressive, cocky Conway.
- Impact Wrestling X Division Champion Brian Cage emerged victorious against another powerhouse, Chris Masters. After The Masterpiece throttled a local competitor in a Masterlock Challenge, The Machine of Impact came out intending to break the lock. Masters took the low road with a low blow, but Cage overpowered the former WWE and Impact star. Weapon X marked the spot and marked his first appearance in The Pride with a win.
- Aggie Alex Gracia's debut in The Pride (and her first match back in Aggieland) was a successful one against the game Angel Blue. Despite Blue's onslaught which included an illegal eye rake, the maroon and pink-clad Gracia pulled off a quick roll-up for the win.
- Despite a loss, Danny Ramons and a returning Rikishi delivered dueling Stink Faces to The Brand's victorious Franco D'Angelo and Chase Paradise, who disappeared in the WWE Hall of Famer's posterior. Rikishi, joined by Ramons and Commissioner Aaron Presley, danced in a tribute to the late Grandmaster Sexay, Brian Christopher.
- Returning to Texas after dominating across the country and the world, Moonshine Mantell's premiere performance in The Pride was a win against The Brand's Brent McKenzie. A crossface from Moonshine forced Super Tex to tap out as Chase Paradise (pre-Stink Face) looked on in dismay.
- Chocolate City topped The Renegades of Texas. Bandana Joe and Coven put themselves at an early disadvantage when mouthy manager Lieutenant Dan and The Renegades interrupted, poked and prodded former MMA competitor and Bryan/College Station Boxing Club instructor Carl "God of War" Perry too much. Perry knocked out Coven with one punch. Big Daddy Yum Yum and Nobe Bryant took advantage.