On March 5, 2022, First Time Everrr will be making an impact in their Tulsa, Oklahoma debut for First Time Everrr 4.
For those who have never heard of First Time Everrr, this promotion ran its first event in 2020 with the intention to bring fans match-ups that have never taken place in a professional wrestling ring. FTE has found its home on FITE as of 2022 in association with Gold Standard Media Production. This promotion has already run four different star-studded events all throughout the United States and the United Kingdom. This March, First Time Everrr will find itself at home in VFW Post 577 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Let’s take a look at this card of “first time ever” contests.
First Time Everrr 4 Match Card
— FirstTimeEver (@Firsttimeeverrr) February 9, 2022
Franco Varga vs. TJ Perkins
The first confirmed match is none other than the current independent sensation TJ Perkins who will contest against the international superstar Franco Varga. The former WWE Cruiserweight Champion, TJP, has made an incredible impact (no pun intended) on the independent circuit since his return in 2019. TJP’s recent affiliation with Major League Wrestling, New Japan Pro-Wrestling, and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre has reminded the world just how incredible he is in the squared circle. His opponent, Varga, while having not been on these larger stages, is currently making the rounds himself amidst his United Kingdom tour which is currently in full swing.
Miranda Gordy vs. Renee Michelle
Next, we have the highly-anticipated contest between former WWE personality Renee Michelle and the second generation “Badstreet Beauty” Miranda Gordy. Michelle is a highly-decorated champion, having held the East Coast Wrestling Association Women’s Championship twice, the World Xtreme Wrestling Diamond Division Championship once, and the Maryland Championship Wrestling Women’s Championship a total of four times! Alternatively, Gordy is not one to be counted out. The current Steel Domain Wrestling Women’s Champion may be closing in on three years in the wrestling industry, but professional wrestling is in her blood. Miranda Gordy and Renee Michelle will meet for the first time ever in a wrestling ring in Tulsa soon enough.
🔥🔥🔥March 5th in Tulsa, OK@MirandaGordy goes one on one with @1ReneeMichelle
Tickets are going fast!
1109 East 6th Street Tulsa, OK
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— FirstTimeEver (@Firsttimeeverrr) February 2, 2022
Drew Hood vs. Sam Stackhouse
We then have the exciting match between Drew Hood and “The King of Thicc Style” Sam Stackhouse. Hood wrestles a particularly different style than Stackhouse, but both men have a lot on the line in this contest. Momentum has built for both of these competitors this entire calendar year, and neither wants to see that momentum halted with a loss. Stackhouse, the Tulsa-native, recently defeated Dante Leon at GCW/Loko Fight Club 2: Houston to claim the Loko Championship in an incredible main event match. Will Drew Hood be able to conquer the one-man wrecking crew known as Sam Stackhouse? We will find out on March 5, 2022.
Jake Hollister vs. Leon Ruff
The final match confirmation takes place between “The Prettiest Boy in Professional Wrestling” Jake Hollister and former NXT North American Champion Leon Ruff. Following his release from WWE in 2021, Ruff has begun competing on the independent scene once more, making his Game Changer Wrestling debut with a victory in the six-way scramble at GCW Evil Deeds in late 2021. Now, Ruff will find himself in a battle-of-wills against the face-kicking emo kid Hollister. This 23-year-old competitor, who began training at the age of 15, may not look like it – but he has the experience edge on his side and he’s looking to put it to use in his match on March 5, 2022.
This is just a preview of what’s to come at First Time Everrr 4 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. You will also witness the former WWF Hardcore Champion Raven make an appearance as the host of First Time Everrr 4, commentary from “The Velvet Voice” Walker Stewart and “Marvelous” Mike Andrews, and a multitude of other unannounced contests that will be well-worth your price of admission.
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