Capital Pro Wrestling – April 21st, 2024

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“The DaVinci of Violence” Keith Creme has vowed he will only defend his Great Lakes Television Championship against those he respects. Will someone step up and earn his respect for a title shot? The answer is yes. One of the greatest professional wrestlers in the Great Lakes has challenged Creme for the title and he has accepted. Orlando Christopher is back in Capital Pro Wrestling for another shot at greatness. Will the Hybrid Superstar be able to walk away with the title?

The Purge’s mind games were in full effect in March, as they no showed their Great Lakes Tag Team Title defense against Marvelous Destiny and sent in the Hot Mess Express, instead. Can Mack and Marvel take the titles away from the most devious men in professional wrestling today?

Speaking of the Hot Mess Express, they are looking to rebound from a difficult loss to Marvelous Destiny and want to show everything they can do. Team Honey Badger’s title shot will have to wait, but they are next in line for a shot at the Tag Titles. Unless the Hot Mess Express can leap frog them in tag team action.

Super Juniorweight Champion, Jason Blasen, found a way to hold on to his title when he matched up against Jeremiah Goldmain. The challengers have been taking their toll on the champ over the past half year or so. Can someone finally take that belt off Blasen?

“The West Hollywood Hustla” Thurston Skowl joined TV’s Craig Black at the commentary desk in March thanks to an injury caused by a trap house explosion. He’s been cleared of injury and is ready to step back in the ring. Big Jorge and Jay Leo are two up and coming tag team stars in Capital Pro Wrestling that will have to do battle against one another in singles action.

The first ever women’s match took place in the CPW ring in March, when Stella Buho was able to defeat Max Reign. Stella will return to take on a new challenger, Rae Larson. Will she be able to increase her record to 2-0, or will Rae be the next winner?

Tickets are only $15 and kids 17 and under get in for $5. Bring out the whole family for a great afternoon of professional wrestling action.

Tickets are available at, or at the door. Brown Paper Tickets has not been a very good ticketing partner, so we prefer if you let us know you’re coming on Facebook and grab them at the door (we accept cash and card), but we’re okay with however is best for you as long as you’re at the Fledge on April 21st!