Revolution Pro Lineup – 1/17 – Last Match Announced

With only days away until Revolution Pro’s first show of the new year, the 8th and final match is now announced!

Lil Cholo, who is making his return to Rev Pro in some time will be taking on someone he knows very well and making his debut Silver Tyger.
Also already announced from the Japanese promotion of Pro Wrestling Crusade, Crusher Takkhashi and Masaru Doi will be facing the team known as “X”. These two matches plus much more…Revolution Pro presents…
“The Next Step”
Saturday – January 17th, 2004

Main Event:
Rising Son/Disco Machine/Chris Bosh
vs. “Ariel Express” (Scorpio Sky/Quick Silver) & NOSAWA
-As of December 29th, Revolution Pro has a new Junior Heavyweight Champion as Rising Son defeated Scorpio Sky at Rev X in a ladder match. Also at that show Chris Bosh knocked out Quick Silver in a lights out match. As Revolution Pro kicks off 2004 on the 17th, the AXP will be looking for revenge against this faction that continues to grow stronger. The third member of this faction is Disco Machine. Disco was suppose to retire from wrestling due to an injury, but he tricked us all by turning on the fans and attacking AWC with a chair and deciding to align himself with Rising Son. The wild card in this match will be the man who is rounding out the side for the AXP, that man is NOSAWA! Revolution Pro was the first company in Southern California that NOSAWA wrestled for, yet he hasn’t competed in a Rev Pro ring since the first Revolution J in 2001 where he made it to the semi-finals before being beat by B-Boy. NOSAWA makes his return as Scorpio and Quick Silver’s partner, someone who represents Revolution Pro past and what Rev Pro is all about. So the match is set, the Jr. Heavyweight Champ Rising Son teams with Photogenic Chris Bosh and Disco Machine to take on one of the hottest tag teams around Scorpio Sky and Quick Silver and their partner NOSAWA!!!

Semi Main Event:
Super Dragon/Phoenix Star vs. Babbi Slymm/Kenny King
-More gold changed hands in December as Babbi Slymm finally reached what he has been working almost a year to achieve and that’s becoming the Revolution Pro Heavyweight Champ. After that night he went directly to the Rev Pro office and demanded something that not many people have done in the past, a match with Super Dragon. The match was granted, but it will be a tag match with Dragon teaming with his unlikely and very quick partner, Phoenix Star to take on Slymm and the partner he had for the Tag Tournament, The Natural Kenny King! Any combination of these four men in the ring could blow the roof off!

Pro Wrestling Crusade Special Match:
Crusher Takkhashi/Masaru Doi vs. “X”
-PWC is a promotion which is an off shoot of WAR Japan that started around 1993-1994. The company would eventually fold, but was later resurrected last year. This will be an experience that no TRUE wrestling fan should miss out on, as it is very rare that Japanese Superstars come to the states, let alone Rev Pro. Especially stars of this caliber. A Special Attraction to say the least. For more information on PWC head on over to their website here

Fight For The Revolution III
Johnny Paradise vs. Ronin
-For the third time in Revolution Pro history, a finals of the Fight For The Revolution will take place. These battles in the past has showed much promise about the winners as the former winners have went on to much bigger things after defeating the other students to earn a contract with the company they work so hard for. This FFTR started at the 4 Year Anniversary show with a battle royal, with 4 of the 10 students moving on to last months show in a tag team match. Both the Human Tornado and Charles Mercury were unable to survive that match as Mercury pined Tornado to eliminate him and Ronin turned on his partner Mercury enabling Paradise to get the pin on him. That set up this match, two men who have been training hard for around a year and a half fight one on one to the end for the contract.

Mexican Mayhem:
Zokre vs. Nemesis
-This match will pit two of Revolution Pro’s fastest and exciting Lucha Libre competitors. Zokre, one of the fastest rising young talents in So-Cal Indy Wrestling, dazzling audiences with his “Gravity can kiss my ass” techniques, and a barrage of other wrestling wonders such as “The Move” & “The Bird“; The Neo Flight and “the Runnin Shooting Star” Nemesis, another up and comer from Gil’s Garage, the same Domain that Zokre learned to walk on air, but has come up with his own since of style. With the natural wonder he calls “The Hardcore Dance”. With a following that seems to get bigger and bigger with every spin kick, and moves that no other luchador would even ask for directions to the I-5. Well on the 17th of January these two forces are going to come together in a 1-on-1 contest that is sure to have you wondering why your clothes are on the other side of the room, and the only answer being, that they just knocked them the hell off of you.

Extreme Loco/Big E. Biggz vs. El Mongol/Goalie Howe
– Extreme Loco and Big E.Biggz, two of the hardest hitting Big men from the Rudo’s Dojo, are teaming up to tear apart ring and blow the roof off of Frank and Sons in the only fashion they see fit, extremely violent. El Mongol and his partner Goalie Howe, who makes his much anticipated return hockey stick in hand, are nothing short of being equally brutalizing, who will be the team to have their arms raised in victory?

Rudos Dojo Action:
Charles Mercury vs. King Fuji
-This match is featuring two of the students from the Dojo. Mercury has had some very good matches since debuting at the Anniversary show in the battle royal, including a match with Super Dragon at a Wednesday Night Pro Wrestling show where he showed he wasn’t just some punching dummy. Fuji has also been trying to prove himself as he had an outing against King Johnny Webb at Rev X for the Crown, yet fell short. These two have to work hard ever time they step into the ring to prove themselves to the fans, the wrestlers in the back, and Revolution Pro’s brass and this time will be no different.

Mano y Mano:
Lil Cholo vs. Silver Tyger
-Two of So-Cal’s most entertaining juniors collide one on one. Silver Tyger will be making his debut for Rev Pro, as he is a very fast luchador who as entertained fans from the Marketplace, all over So-Cal, and even to Mexico City where he has wrestled for CMLL. He will be taking on someone very familiar to Rev Pro, Lil Cholo. Cholo had a very good run a while back including a highly acclaimed match with his now tag partner B-Boy, along with growing a fan base at Frank and Sons who will certainly be on his side in this one. Will the quick Silver Tyger be able to defeat the veteran Lil Cholo? or will Cholo prove why he is one of So-Cal’s most underrated?

Plus Surprises

Also to be announced at this show on the 17th will be the winners of the Year End Awards. The fan voting has ended and the votes are being tallied with thoughts of a committee within Revolution Pro. Wrestler of the Year, Tag Team of the Year, Rookie of the Year, Match of the Year, Techico of the Year, and Rudo of the Year will all be presented to the winners on this night.

Bell Time is 2:00pm

Before 12noon day of the show
-Adult GA – $10.00
-Kids (12yrs and younger)GA – $5.00

At The Door
-Adult GA – $15.00
-Kids (12yrs and younger)GA – $10.00

Frank And Sons Collectible Show
19649 East San Jose Ave.
City of Industry, CA 91748

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