You ever notice how many big wrestling shows there are in Georgia this time of year? Well, Georgia Wrestling Now has certainly taken note. And if this week’s edition is any indication, there are no signs that this trend is ending anytime soon. After successfully defending the Southern States Championship against Anthony Henry in a loser-leaves-Alternative Pro Wrestling match last Friday, “The Lethal Dose” Stryknyn talks about his match against Adrian Hawkins for the Young Lions Championship at Anarchy Wrestling‘s Fright Night this Saturday. Revolution Wrestling Association Tag Team Champions Ethan Case and Eli Evans, collectively known as Worst Case Scenario, talk about their upcoming match at the inaugural People’s Wrestling League Battle for Supremacy tournament. DeWitt Dawson, who has been managing The Jagged Edge and new Platinum Championship Wrestling Champion “The Revelation” Shane Marx at Universal Independent Wrestling, also requested a few minutes of our time, as did NWA Action Champion Michael Cannon. So Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins and Wrestling with Pop Culture tried to oblige them all, while also discussing WWE‘s Hell in a Cell, Rampage Pro Wrestling‘s Doctoberfest and more.
Ethan Case (front) and Eli Evans (back), collectively known as Worst Case Scenario, are guests on this week's Georgia Wrestling Now.
Over the past few months, dany only (alongside Wrestling with Pop Culture and Team All You Can Eat’s Matt Hankins) has made Georgia Wrestling Now infinitely more interesting. But after a series of brutal losses at NWA Anarchy, EMPIRE Wrestling and Platinum Championship Wrestling, only has decided to take some time away from the ring to reconsider his future. For only’s final episode of GWN, his cohort from Beyond Wrestling, Chris Dickinson, joined us to talk about his work in Northeastern promotions such as Absolute Intense Wrestling and Jersey All Pro Wrestling. Wrestling with Pop Culture also discussed the recent changes at Pro Wrestling Resurrection (formerly known as The New Tradition Pro Wrestling) with PWR co-owner Jen Holbrook Sells. We also had a few surpise guests for only’s farewell, including his Hate Junkies tag team partner Stryknyn, his rival The Jagged Edge and more. And, appropriately enough for a man known as “The Human Hand Grenade,” only got a few things off his chest before his final farewell for the foreseeable future.
"The Human Hand Grenade" dany only, seen here just before his dog collar match against The Jagged Edge, says farewell to Georgia Wrestling Now (photo by Harold Jay Taylor)