Over the past few months, we’ve noticed a turf war brewing between The Mill City Hooligans and Killanova, Inc. and finally, at Cold Fury 18, the score will be settled between these two trios in a Six Man Tag Team Match.
But to look at the present and Chaotic’s future, we need to look at the past and its history.
First, the established – the Hooligans, of the Mill City, comprised of arguably, three of the best in company history, Chase Del Monte, along with Matt & Bryan, The Logan Brothers. When did the reign of the Hooligans begin, you ask? It was over three years ago, January 15, 2016 in Woburn, MA to be exact – when, with one swing of a steel chair, aided The Logans to their ninth CW Tag Team Championship. Since that fateful day, there has been no stopping the three from Mill City – sure, there have been matches and championships, both won and lost – but, through it all, they’ve stayed connected and dominant. They were connected long before the Hooligan moniker was established as they’ve been friends and confidants for over a decade.
Speaking of established – Killanova, Inc., since it’s inception in February 2017, have also been marking their place as the new tour de force in Chaotic. Members have come and gone (including Heavyweight Championship contender Josh Briggs), but their has been mainly two, “The O.G. of New England” Tripilicious and the self-proclaimed “Top Talent”, Christian Casanova. Success doesn’t come without the risk of failure, and both Trips & Casanova have risked it all in the hopes of gaining success, either individually or collectively. However, the wildcard of this group and of the entire feud may come in the form of new ally Royce Bishop – one of the many standouts at the New England Pro Wrestling Academy; and with virtually no scouting report available, Bishop adds an element of youth, size, power, and untapped potential that could tip the scales in favor of the culture that is Killanova.
Wait. Wait a minute. Now that we think back, Royce Bishop has had a long association with the I-N-C. Remember Cold Fury 16? Bishop performed Killanova, Inc.’s new entrance theme when Christian Casanova competed in his match, and subsequently, left CF16 as CW New England Champion. As for The Mill City Hooligans at that event, CF16 was undoubtedly, the lowest point in group history, where The Logans & Del Monte lost both the Tag Team & Heavyweight Championships, respectively.
Words have been said. Punches have been thrown, The numbers game has been played. Now, the sides are even and the match has been signed.
It’s The Mill City Hooligans vs. Killanova, Inc. in an all-important Six Man Tag Team Match to determine, once and for all, who rules the Chaotic turf. It’s all a part of Cold Fury 18 – Friday, March 15 in Haverhill, MA… tickets are going fast, get yours today!
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