With The Collective being postponed from WrestleMania weekend to October, Freelance Wrestling have taken to Twitter to announce the first three matches signed for their show on October 10th, titled I Don’t Think We’re In Chicago Anymore.
More Matches to be announced soon!!!
— Freelance Wrestling (@FreelanceWres) September 11, 2020
First up, they announced that Isaias Velazquez would be colliding with the debuting Lee Moriarty. Velasquez, a former two-time Freelance World Champion, has been around the Freelance scene since 2014, having made his debut overall eight years prior. In that time, he’s shared a ring with some of the best talents independent wrestling has to offer, from Chris Hero all the way to Suge D, and began the first of his two title reigns eight months after debuting in the company. As for Moriarty, he only debuted five years ago, but has quickly risen up the ranks, recently picking up a huge win over Erick Stevens for Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW).
It’s also been announced that the next contender for Effy‘s Legacy Championship will Robert Anthony challenging the beloved star for his title, with Frank The Clown accompanying Anthony to ringside for his title quest. ‘The Weapon of Sass Destruction’ became the second Legacy Champion in Freelance history at the end of 2019, usurping Eye Candy Elliott in a Daddy Dog Collar Match to add to his trophy cabinet. Anthony has been on the scene since 2002, with 18-year career seeing the former Egotistico Fantastico travelling all over the world. More recently, he cropped up in All Elite Wrestling (AEW), having a total of six matches thus far on Dark, including in a bout with a man he knows all too well, Jon Moxley.
Finally, it was announced that Laynie Luck will put her FU Independent Championship on the line against Faye Jackson. Laynie lifted the gold last December, defeating former champion Project Monix in a six-way encounter, with her sole defence thus far coming against JJ Garrett this past February. Her only match since shows came back was a few weeks ago, where she retained the Zelo Pro Wrestling Women’s Championship against Brooke Valentine. As for Faye Jackson, she’ll be making her Freelance debut here, but she’s no stranger to a big opportunity, as proven by her taking the fight to the likes of Nick Gage, Chris Dickinson, and Thunder Rosa. The current Pro Wrestling Magic (PWM) Women’s Champion, she’ll be looking to add to her collection come October 10th.
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