#AndNEW: Hammerstone Wins FSW Nevada State and Tag Titles


There were some great matches and big names at Sam’s Town Live last night, but there is no question that Alexander Hammerstone owned the Future Stars of Wrestling (FSW) 10th Anniversary Show in Las Vegas. He started by winning the Nevada State Championship from “The Problem” Sefa Fatu in a Last Man Standing Match with a little help from his friends. It looked as though Hammerstone was out on his feet after multiple frog splashes from the youngest Uso. However, the “Hell Hound” Gabriel Gallo came to the ring and helped “The Business” keep the doors open. They proceeded to beat down Fatu when Graves arrived. Graves won the Cash in the Case earlier in the evening and he came out to help Fatu…or so we thought. He summarily put the Champion in a sleeper and Sefa was out for the Ten Count and Hammerstone won the Blue Belt.

Hammerstone Wins FSW Nevada State and Tag Titles

We all started to breathe again and everything was back to normal when Royce Isaacs got the pin and One Percent retained the FSW Tag Team Titles and were leaving with the Gold…or so we thought. Could it be? A reunion of The Gods of War? Yepper. Hammerstone and his new old friend Graves came running out and beat down One Percent leaving Jorel Nelson unconscious in the ring, and Royce on the floor. FSW Senior official Austin Grimes emerged from the back and Graves Cashed in the Case and covered Nelly. 1-2-3 and we have new FSW Tag Team Champions. That’s right folks, your boy Hammer walked out not only Nevada State Champion but also one-half of the FSW Tag Team Champions with Graves. Hammerstone is also the reigning Major League Wrestling (MLW) National Openweight Champion.

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