Ever since my brother Lancelot and I debuted for CHIKARA late last year, it seems that no matter how hard we try, we just don't seem to
fit in. From Day One, it's as if we have been typecast as the "ROH" guys. Every time we step into the CHIKARA ring, it feels to me like
we are stepping into enemy territory. Every time that is, except for October 7th in Gibsonville.
On that day, the Bravados will have the home-field advantage when CHIKARA returns to North Carolina. At "The Zodiac Crimes,"
we will be steping into the ring with an old man and a young lion. Mr. Hatfield and Mr. Touchdown, how is it going to feel when you are the
How are you going to handle letting your team down by not only losing...but giving us our third point to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas?
We already learned in Everett, MA that you two aren't championship tag team material.
Don't worry though, Throwbacks. I assure you that we are going to treat you with more hospitality than the CHIKARA family has shown us.
Because my grandma always says "If you are expecting a guest, make sure you clean the tablecloth." It's just a shame that Wink Vavasseur is
too busy with CHIKARAbermetrics to do his chores. Maybe the suits at Sinclair will annex CHIKARA to be our farm league after we take all your titles.