Preview: Warrior Wrestling – Stadium Series 2021 Night 3 – Switchblade Series (8/21/21)

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 3

Warrior Wrestling concludes the three-night Stadium Series on August 21st. Stadium Series 2021 Night 3 will feature the return of Warrior veterans such as Sam Adonis, Brian Cage, and Kylie Rae. We will also see the Warrior debut of Jay White, Alan Angels, among others. The show will take place at Marian Catholic High School in Chicago Heights, Illinois, and will be streaming live on FITE. Let’s see what Warrior Wrestling has lined up for us.

Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series 2021 Night 3 Full Card

Marko Stunt vs. Jacksyn Crowley

Marko Stunt joins the list of AEW wrestlers that will appear at Stadium Series 2021 Night 3. Stunt is making his debut for the promotion against fellow Warrior newcomer Jacksyn Crowley. The fun-loving Stunt will go one-on-one with the terrifying Crowley in a match that will have a clash of personalities. The Jurassic Express member will need to dig deep to takedown the daunting persona and hard-hitting moves of Crowley.

Cole Radrick vs. Isaias Velazquez

Cole Radrick returns to the Stadium Series after a loss to KC Navarro at Night 1. He takes on Isais Velazquez, who returns to the promotion for the first time since Night 3 of the 2020 Stadium Series. The two Midwest natives will clash in what is shaping up to be a fun match between two competitors that are ready to leave it all in the ring. It will be Indiana vs. Illinois in a battle of the Midwesterners. Tune in to find out who comes out victorious.

Beastman vs. WARHORSE

Two fan favorites return to finish off the 2021 Stadium Series. Beastman and WARHORSE will clash in a match that will put Husk vs. 4,000 pounds of heavy metal. Both men competed in Night 1 of the 2021 Stadium Series. WARHORSE lost to the now number one contender Jake Something in a hard-hitting back and forth matchup. Beastman defeated Kongo Kong in a brutal match that spilled outside the ring. Will WARHORSE be able to get back in the win column, or will the strength of Beastman be too much to overcome? Find out at Stadium Series 2021 Night 3.

Evil Uno vs. Jason Hotch

The Dark Order will be represented at Night 3 of the Stadium Series as Evil Uno makes his Warrior Wrestling debut. He will take on fellow Warrior newcomer Jason Hotch. Hotch is not a stranger to The Dark Order, having a loss on record to Alan Angels, Alex ReynoldsColt Cabana, and Preston Vance on AEW Dark. The young Hotch is looking to upset the veteran Uno as they lock up for the first time. Both men will enter a Warrior ring for the first time, only one will be victorious in their Warrior debut.

GMSI – Give Me My Shot Invitational

The first champion of Warrior Wrestling Brian Cage returns with his eyes on the Warrior Wrestling Championship. He has handpicked five opponents for this six-man scramble. The winner will receive a shot at the Warrior Wrestling Championship, currently held by Trey Miguel. Cage will go against KC Navarro, TJP, Chandler Hopkins, and Daunte Martin, and Alan Angels, who will make his Warrior Wrestling debut. Don’t blink or you might miss something in this mashup of strength, agility, and high-flying.

Stadium Series Night 3 Title Match – Warrior Wrestling Lucha Championship: Aramis (c) vs. Mr. Iguana

At Night 1 of the Stadium Series, a new title was introduced, and a new champion was crowned. Aramis became the inaugural Lucha Champion for Warrior Wrestling. He defeated seven other men in a Warrior original match style: the War of Attrition Match. He successfully defended the title at Night 2 of the series against his mentor Daga. Aramis will now face AAA’s Mr. Iguana for the title. This will be the Warrior debut for Mr. Iguana, who is looking to leave Chicago Heights with a title around his waist. Don’t blink during this fast past high-flying matchup.

Stadium Series Night 3 Title Match – Warrior Wrestling Championship: Trey Miguel (c) vs. Jake Something

Warrior Wrestling Champion Trey Miguel returns on Night 3 of the Stadium Series to defend his title against Jake Something. Miguel will look to leverage his speed and high flying ability against the size, strength, and athleticism of Jake Something. Something defeated WARHORSE in a hard-hitting match that opened up Night 1 of the Stadium Series. He is looking to build on that momentum and capture Warrior gold for the first time in his career. Miguel successfully retained his title at Night 1 against Lee Moriarty. Neither man has lost a match during the 2021 Stadium Series. That will change as one man will have their hand raised with the title in hand when the final bell rings.

Stadium Series Night 3 Title Match – Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship: Kylie Rae (c) vs. Thunder Rosa

Kylie Rae returns to Warrior Wrestling to defend her Women’s Championship against Thunder Rosa. This match was scheduled to take place at Night 1 of the Stadium Series before Rosa was pulled for commitments to the National Wrestling Alliance. Rae had her work cut out for her during the first two nights of the Stadium Series, retaining her title against Holidead and Lady Frost. These two will finally lock up at Night 3 of the Stadium Series after two months of tension building. Will Rae retain, or will Rosa walk out of Chicago Heights with the Warrior Wrestling Women’s title around her waist?

Stadium Series Night 3 Becomes The Switchblade Series: “Switchblade” Jay White vs. Sam Adonis

The leader of the Bullet Club, Jay White, will make his Warrior debut at Night 3 of the Stadium Series. His opponent is a Warrior Wrestling original who has been at nearly every event, Sam Adonis. This is not the first time Adonis will welcome someone to Warrior Wrestling. He welcomed Matt Cardona to the promotion in their match at Night 1 of the Stadium Series. White may not have ever wrestled in front of a Warrior crowd, but he is the current NEVER Openweight Champion, and recently successfully recruited Chris Bey to the Bullet Club. Find out who wins this hard-hitting match live on August 21st.

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