Last month at “Trad1t1on” Robby Starr shocked the OCW fans by dethroning Jeff Cannon for the OCW Heavyweight Championship. Starr has finally achieved his goal and sits atop of the OCW roster, proclaiming himself “the King of OCW.” Now we look forward to his first title defense at the event bearing his name, “Starrstruck.” Who will step up to challenge our new champion? Will Robby continue his reign, or will “the King of OCW” have his crown taken away and become one of the shortest reigning champions in OCW’s history? Join us in Newark, OH for “Starrstruck” this Saturday to find out.
Both of these men are looking to break out into bigger things in OCW. These two hungry competitors are set to clash in a first-ever for OCW Best of 3 Series starting with Match #1 in Newark, OH at “Starrstruck.” Jimmy Shane gone on record mentioning that Ernie Ballz sat him down and told him that he saw a lot of himself within Shane and that he felt he has a bright future in this industry. When asked to respond to this, Ernie said that “Jimmy Shane has all the potential in the world, but is held back by being Robby Starr’s lackey. He needs to learn to be his own man and stand on his own two feet; I want to be the one to knock that sense into Jimmy Shane.” Who will jump out to an early lead by getting the first victory at “Starrstruck?”
These men have been on a collision course for the last few months. Bruce Grey was the referee who awarded The Heatseekers the victory for the OCW Tag Team Championships in a match against the Saturday Night Slam Masters at “Sub-Zero.” Bruce was later revealed to be the man behind the mask of Jack the Seeker #2 by the Slam Masters later that night. Juice Jennings and Joey Vengeance would then kidnap Bruce at “Politically Incorrect” to ensure his interference for the evening would come to an end. Now we look forward to seeing 1/2 of the Slam Masters, Juice Jennings, step into the ring with “Bombastic” Bruce Grey at “Starrstruck” to hopefully put an end to this ongoing pain in the Slam Masters side.
OCW Tag Team Champions, The Heatseekers - Jeremy Madrox and Kaden Assad, look to continue their dominance of the tag team division. Many classify The Heatseekers as one of the top tag teams to ever grace an OCW ring over the years. Is there any team out there currently that can stop The Heatseekers? Who will step forward to challenge them in Newark, OH at “Starrstruck?”
The first ever Ascension winner's quest for OCW gold seemed to be at an end after Takahashi failed to capture the OCW title from Jeff Cannon on two separate occasions. However, the OCW match makers must have been impressed with "The Sendai Shooter" because they awarded Takahashi a match with "Darkstar" Matt Taylor for the Ohio Heritage Championship at Trad1t1on. Takahashi pulled off an amazing upset to end the year-long reign of Matt Taylor. Takahashi’s first Ohio Heritage Championship challenger will be Johnny Attitude at “Starrstuck.” Attitude has been on somewhat of a roll as of late since aligning himself with Jason Dragon and Papa Dingo. Will this roll continue and give us a new Ohio Heritage Champion, or will Takahashi’s momentum carry him to a victory in his first title defense? The only way to find out is to be at “Starrstruck” this Saturday in Newark, OH.
Two other matches announced late last night are…
Papa Dingo VS James Avery
“Marquee” Mikey D VS Louie Perez
All this, plus Jock Samson, “Big Guns” Jeff Cannon, “Darkstar” Matt Taylor, and many more!