Battle Club Pro is back to kick off 2020 with One For All! The stars of BCP will be invading Ridgefield Park, NJ with a 2:00 PM Start time on January 4th. Many new talents will be featured like MV Young, Still Life with Apricots and Pears; as well as returning favorites like Tasha Steelz, Anthony Bowens and Jordynne Grace. Lots of tag team action is in store, as well as a special Brass Ring Invitational from Darius Carter.
Brass Ring Invitational
Darius Carter vs Sir Wilkins
Speaking of the Brass Ring Invitational, Mr. Darius Carter will be in the house for One For All. He will take on whoever has the guts to step between the ropes with him. So far, it looks like Sir Wilkins from The Jobber Tears Podcast is ready to answer the call. It’s not an easy challenge though, Carter is a ten-year veteran and the current reigning Brii Combination Wrestling Champion. He’s taken on the likes of Jordynne Grace, Pete Dunne, Ethan Carter III, Flip Gordon and more. Of course, Mr. Darius Carter is not infallible, no one is. As evidenced by this video, he’s not worried about what Sir Wilkins or whoever answers his challenge.
Battle Club Boot Camp Match
TJ Crawford vs. DL Hurst vs. Charles Mason vs. Still Life With Apricots and Pears
The Squared Circle Sound Off is sponsoring a special Battle Club Boot Camp four-way match. All of the competitors are making their BCP debuts. TJ Crawford is a three-year pro out of Curt Hawkins and Pat Buck’s Create-A-Pro Academy in Long Island. This is the same school that brought us Kris Statlander and MJF. He’s tangled with DL Hurst before on two occasions in multi-person matches. DL came out with the win in both Chaotic Wrestling and Pro Wrestling ZERO1 USA Northeast. Hurst was part of both seasons of Beyond Wrestling’s Uncharted Territory series. He also has worked with CHIKARA and EVOLVE in 2019.
Still Life with Apricots and Pears is the current Young Lions Cup holder in CHIKARA. This work of art is currently expanding his portfolio, creating works of art for Prime Time Pro Wrestling, Dropkick Depression, Pizza Party Wrestling and Hoodslam. The final piece to this puzzle is Charles Mason, the Billionaire Playboy. He was the first-ever House of Glory Suicidal Six-Way Champion. In addition to HOG, his work can be seen for Synergy Wrestling, Wrestling Has A Tomorrow, VXS Wrestling and even made a few appearances for IMPACT Wrestling. As Mason enters his second year as a singles star, he would love nothing more than to add more to his resume with a win here.
The Gifted One Yahya vs. MV Young
The Gifted One Yahya’s new year’s resolution is to get on the radar of one Anthony Bowens. We last saw Yahya in BCP at Unfinished Business where he failed to earn a shot at the Franchise Championship. The George South trainee hasn’t been resting on his laurels, working for promotions like Premier Wrestling Xperience, Pure Wrestling, AML Wrestling and others. Yahya is also the current Pure Champion. First, he has to get through MV Young. Young came off a good showing at Anything You Can Do by defeating Allie Kat. He’s also been part of Without A Cause, Prestige Wrestling, Synergy Wrestling and more. Both of these wrestlers are still early in their careers but are sure to make you take notice.
The Mane Event (Jay Lyon & Midas) vs. The Ugly Ducklings (Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy, w/Coach Mikey)
The Mane Event is making its Battle Club Pro debut at One For All. Ringleader Midas leads in Jay Lyon as they prepare to take on The Ugly Ducklings. Students out of the House of Glory, they’re ready to make themselves the center ring attraction in 2020. All Lyon wanted for Christmas was “Ducks, now!” and while he had to wait a few more days, he will finally get his ducks on January 4th. Coach Mikey might not have been able to train his own “lion” to jump through a hoop like Jay Lyon, but Lance Lude and Rob Killjoy are always ready for a show. The Ugly Ducklings have few blemishes on their record in BCP and should tag titles come to the promotion, they want to be first in line.
The Rep (Royce Bishop & Trigga The OG) vs. Killa Nova Culture (Nate Carter & Dave McCall)
The Rep laid down the challenge first to members of the Killa Nova Culture. In response, the members of the Culture Season were not impressed. Royce Bishop and Trigga the OG will be handling the duties in this match-up against David McCall and Nate Carter. The Rep are your current reigning and defending CZW Tag Team Champions and claim to not even know who Royce Bishop and other members of the Killa Nova Culture are. Killa Nova Culture also declared their intentions for the year, all gold everything. They already got a headstart with their Culture Queen Tasha Steelz as the BCP Icons Champion. With 2020 a dawn of new things, this match for the culture will be everything for these two teams.
Bad Company (Masha Slamovitch & Violette) vs. Team Sea Stars (Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo)
Women’s tag team wrestling is also in the cards for One For All. After accusing the Sea Stars of being jingle bitches, the team known as Bad Company makes their way to BCP. Comprised of the bruising Masha Slamovitch and the Ultra Violette, their team was first cemented in WSU in 2019. Their styles compliment each other and they have a single goal, to wear tag team gold. The Sea Stars are coming off of the biggest victory at Anything You Can Do over Santana and Ortiz. Should the rumors of BCP tag team titles become a reality, the Sea Stars would want to get in on that. Sure the New England Patriots may be playing questionably right now, but the sister duo of Ashley Vox and Delmi Exo looks to pick up more W’s.
Killa Nova Culture (Tasha Steelz & Christian Casanova) vs. Diamante & KC Navarro
In part two of Killa Nova Culture’s engagements at One For All, The Culture Queen Tasha Steelz leads in one of her top talent, Christian Casanova. Diamante will team with KC Navarro, the man she defeated at Anything You Can Do. Navarro has been steadily working his way up in promotions such as CZW, Pennsylvania Premier Wrestling, and Wrestling Has A Tomorrow. He wrested the WHAT Championship from the monstrous Dan Maff. Diamante and Tasha have clashed several times in 2019 with Diamante coming away with the win each time. Tasha has had a banner year of her own, making several debuts for the NWA, WSU and having worked with WWE. It’ll be interesting to see how this encounter shakes out.
Anything Goes Match
Jessicka Havok vs Nick Gage
The King and leader of the MDK gang Nick Gage makes his much anticipated BCP debut at One For All. Known for ultra-violence and a unique charisma drawing fans like moths to a flame, he had a prolific reign of almost 2 years as GCW World Champion (722 days). He spends most of his time with GCW, Insane Championship Wrestling, Absolute Intense Wrestling, and Beyond Wrestling. However, he has developed a habit of popping up in unexpected promotions such as Bar Wrestling and CHIKARA. Here he will participate in an anything goes match with the monstrous Jessicka Havok. The Havok Death Machine is no stranger to violence either, having competed in I Quit, anything goes, hardcore matches and street fights many times. This will be a first-time-ever encounter and will surely get all levels of violence.
Battle Club Pro Franchise Championship Match
Anthony Bowens (c) vs. Jordynne Grace
In the marquee contest of One For All, the Five Tool Player Anthony Bowens will defend his BCP Franchise Championship against Thicc Mama Pump, Jordynne Grace. Bowens said so himself, Grace is a force to be reckoned with. Her resume speaks for itself, current IMPACT Wrestling Knockout, first-ever BCP Icons Champion, the first woman to challenge for the Franchise Championship and the list goes on. Bowens has quite a few accolades in his young career as well though. He was the first-ever Franchise Champion, is the current WrestlePro Gold Champion, he’s currently in his third reign with that title, won the inaugural WrestlePro Dream 16 tournament, and more. This will be a titanic clash of two young and impressive superstars to prove who is the Franchise of Battle Club Pro.
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In addition to all of the incredible matches already announced, there are a few surprises left in store. Richard Holliday will be making his BCP debut and giving Ridgefield Park a taste of rarefied air. Trever Aeon will also be on hand for One For All, as well as the returning Mik Drake of The Federated. Joey Ace has also been making some noise for the Franchise Champion, Anthony Bowens. As the champ, he is marked and has multiple people gunning for him. How will Bowens fair? We’ll find out at One For All.