Preview: Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 1 (6/5/21)

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 1
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Warrior Wrestling will kick off their 2021 with Night 1 of the Stadium Series on June 5th. The show will take place on the football field of Marian Catholic High School with COVID-19 safety precautions in place. The event can be watched live on FITE starting at 8 PM EST. They will return for two more nights of action on July 17th and August 21st. Let’s see what Night 1 of Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 has in store for us.

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 1 Full Card

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Kongo Kong Beast Man

Kongo Kong vs. Beastman

Two giants will collide during the first night of the Stadium Series. Kongo Kong will return to Warrior Wrestling for the first time since Warrior Wrestling 4, where he teamed with Swoggle in a losing effort to The Space Pirates and The Four Star Heroes. Beastman will make his return to Warrior Wrestling after his appearances in last year’s Stadium Series. Beastman was defeated by Rhino on Night 3 but was victorious in a six-way scramble on Night 2. The big men are both looking to get back on the winning track on Night 1 of Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021.

KC Navarro Cole Radrick

KC Navarro vs. Cole Radrick

Two young competitors will make their Warrior Wrestling debuts during Night 1 of the 2021 Stadium Series. KC Navarro will take on Cole Radrick. Both men are looking to steal the first night of the Stadium Series. Navarro has recently worked matches on AEW Dark against opponents such as Rey Fenix, Ricky Starks, and Joey Janela. Radrick recently competed in the Acid Cup for Game Changer Wrestling. He lost in the semi-finals to eventual winner Jordan Oliver. Both men are looking to come out victorious in their Warrior Wrestling debuts.

WARHORSE Jake Something

WARHORSE vs. Jake Something

WARHORSE will make his return to Warrior Wrestling after an impressive showing at last year’s series. WARHORSE defeated Joey Janela at last year’s event during Night 1 of the series. He unsuccessfully challenged then-champion Brian Pillman Jr. for the Warrior Wrestling Championship at Night 2 in a competitive back-and-forth match. He takes on current IMPACT Wrestling roster member Jake Something, who made his Warrior Wrestling debut in a losing effort to Sam Adonis during Night 2 of last year’s Stadium Series. Both are looking to bounce back and come out ahead on Night 1 of the Stadium Series.

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Deonna Purrazzo Ray Lyn

Deonna Purrazzo vs. Ray Lyn

IMPACT Wrestling Knockouts Champion Deonna Purrazzo makes her return to Warrior Wrestling on Night 1 of the Stadium Series. Purrazzo has not appeared for the promotion since their inaugural event in 2018. She will take on Warrior Wrestling veteran Ray Lyn. The latter is looking to bounce back after losing her last two matches in the promotion to Kylie Rae and Tay Conti/Luchasaurus in a mixed tag team match. Will Ray Lyn regain momentum or will “The Virtuosa” re-enter Warrior Wrestling with a win?

Matt Cardona vs. Sam Adonis

Matt Cardona will make his Warrior Wrestling debut against promotion veteran Sam Adonis. The two have been engaged in a heated Twitter battle leading up to the match and will settle their differences on June 5th. Adonis is a veteran of Warrior Wrestling and has faced opponents such as Jake Something, Lance Archer, Brian Cage, and Jeff Cobb. Cardona is looking to come out of his first Warrior Wrestling match victorious.

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Lucha War of Attrition Match: Laredo Kid, Golden Dragon, Aramis, Gringo Loco, Arez, Canis Lupus, Dragon Bane, and Black Taurus

The War of Attrition Match is a Warrior Wrestling original match concept. Two teams of four start this three-fall match. Once the first pinfall is scored, the winning team gets split into two teams. Whoever scored the fall will pick their partner and square off against the other two. The winning team of that match will go one on one. The winner of that fall wins the entire match. Eight luchadors will enter Night 1 of the Stadium Series, and one will be crowned the winner and inaugural Lucha Champion of Warrior Wrestling. Don’t blink or you might miss an incredible high-flying move.

Trey Miguel Lee Moriarty

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Night 1 Title Match: Warrior Wrestling Championship: Trey Miguel (c) vs. Lee Moriarty

Trey Miguel shocked the world when he defeated Brian Pillman Jr. on Night 3 of the 2020 Stadium Series. With that victory, Miguel won the Warrior Wrestling Championship for the first time. Miguel became the number one contender after defeating his fellow Rascalz teammates Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz in a triple threat match. His first defense of the title will be against Lee Moriarty. Moriarty made his Warrior Wrestling debut at night two of the 2020 Stadium Series against Tre Lamar. Moriarty was victorious in the match and is now looking to become the fourth champion in the promotion’s history.

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Night 1 Main Event: Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship: Kylie Rae (c) vs. Holidead

The main event of Night 1 of the Stadium Series will see the return of Kylie Rae to the ring. The Warrior Wrestling Women’s Champion won the title against Tessa Blanchard on Night 1 of the 2020 Stadium Series. She successfully retained the title against Madison Rayne on Night 3 of the series in Rayne’s last independent match. Rae was scheduled to defend the title against Thunder Rosa who was later pulled from the event due to commitments to the NWA. The match will take place during Night 3 of the series if Rae defeats Holidead.

Holidead is looking to play spoiler to Rae’s return to the ring. Holidead made her debut for Warrior Wrestling at Warrior Wrestling 7 in December of 2019. She lost the match to Savanna Stone and has not returned to the promotion since. She is looking to add the Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship to her title collection which currently includes the Crossfire Wrestling Women’s Championship. Find out who comes out victorious on Night 1 of the Stadium Series.

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