NWA SoCal Pro Wrestling: Caged Fury

– MAIN EVENT STEEL CAGE MATCH – SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship
Jason Redondo with TNT (c) w. TNT vs. SoCal Crazy
– SoCal Pro Tag Team Championship
Cool Imagery (c) vs. LTP & Willie Mack
– Johnny Yuma vs. Jason Watts
– Anchors Away vs. Locura & Aerial Star


Steel Cage Match for SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship
“Radiant” Jason Redondo (c) with TNT vs. SoCal Crazy

For over a year and a half in SoCal Pro, Jason Redondo and SoCal Crazy have been battling each other and the feud between the two wrestlers will hopefully come to an end on February 21, 2009, in Oceanside. Redondo first won the SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship on April 26, 2008, when he defeated Al Katrazz in a very controversial win. The following month, The TNT Championship Gauntlet was made for SoCal Crazy to successfully win each month in the hopes of Redondo and TNT that SoCal Crazy would fall victim to his opponent and never receive a title shot against The Radiant One. On November 8, 2008, SoCal Crazy received his shot at the SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship, but due to outside interference the match was thrown out and SoCal Crazy left the building again empty handed. Commissioner Durwood Murray then felt the need to sign a rematch that would occur at “New Year’s Retribution ’09.”

Due to the actions of Redondo and The Elite members, the rematch between Redondo and SoCal Crazy would in fact be contested in a Lumberjack Strap Match. What happened on January 10 seemed to be a mirror image of the previous month because all sixteen lumberjacks ended up taking their frustration out on each other. The result of the melee with the lumberjacks lead to leave an opening for Adam Pearce to knock out SoCal Crazy and help Redondo pick up another victory and leave once again as SoCal Pro Heavyweight Champion. What will happen at “Caged Fury” when these two meet one more time in a 15 foot high steel cage? We will all have to wait and see what happens on February 21, 2009, live at the Oceanside’s Boys and Girls Club.

Credit: SoCalProWrestling

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