Moose vs. Worst Case Scenario (Ethan Case & Elijah Evans) from Pro Wrestling Now 2014
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On August 7th and 8th the first ever (and hopefully first annual) Scenic City Invitational tournament will be held at the Empire Arena in Rossville, Georgia.
In an effort to get people excited for this tournament and Southern independent wrestling in general, in the weeks leading up to the event, this blog will be looking at matches from each individual participant in the tourney. We hope you follow along, enjoy the matches, and find some new favorites along the way.
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Post by TJ Hawke
Moose is clearly one of the very best prospects in professional history because of his natural athletic ability, charisma, and pedigree that comes from being a former professional football player. There is just no doubt in my eyes that he has a bright future ahead of him, and that makes watching his rise even more interesting as he figures out his place in the business and how he wants to work in the ring.
FPW has not posted many handicapped matches before, as they are usually much more about an angle or story (especially the matches of the 2 vs. 1 variety). I took a chance on this match though for two main reasons. First of all, there was a decent chance that this would mostly just be Moose tossing fools around because why wouldn’t you want Moose to look as strong as possible? Secondly, Worst Case Scenario come from the Mr. Hughes school as well. and I thought there might be some chemistry in this match that would elevate it. Sadly, I was pretty much wrong on both accounts.
While Moose was made to look strong (Worst Case Scenario needed a low blow to cut him off), he was not tossing these fools around and dropping them on their domes like I hoped for. There was also no oddly strong chemistry to be had here. It was just a fairly awkward handicapped match with a shit finish (WCS used a chair on Moose for the DQ just as it looked like he was about to win). For a much better look at Moose and his potential, watch the match he had with ACH from ROH’s Atlanta show from February 2015.