SWE Fury: Looking Back and Forward (Episode 224)

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Recently, nZo (Former World Wrestling Entertainment star Enzo Amore) took on Ivan Warsaw. During the match, Warsaw landed a DDT onto nZo on the floor, injuring “The Certified G” in the process. The former Amore ended up in a Dallas hospital. This week, nZo let Warsaw know that revenge was coming. Warsaw seemed to welcome the challenge. The war between these two is heating up on SWE Fury.

The big question is whether Amore’s former partner CazXL (the former Big Cass), who also works for SWE, will get involved in the battles.

Also, the long-awaited cage match between Ryan “Moonshine” Mantell and Max Castellanos has finally taken place. The match was as brutal as expected, and Mantell was the victor. After the match, SWE Heavyweight Champion Charlie Haas entered the ring and began assaulting Mantell. SWE TV Champion Rodney Mack entered the cage, and fans expected Mack to hold off Haas. However, Mack joined Castellanos and Haas in assaulting Mantell, which brought out former Major League Wrestling star Salina de la Renta.

She pulled the three men together and announced the formation of Privilege, the newest stable in SWE. With the two top men’s champions on the same side, and under the management of Salina, the rest of the company will have an uphill battle in the pursuit of gold.

These, and other issues, will be addressed on the next episode of SWE Fury. Tune into the action online via YouTube and FITE TV every week.

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