For Reynolds, this opportunity will be a chance to establish himself in the Maryland Wrestling scene as a major player in his Maryland debut. "America's Most Hated" has just returned to wrestling after a short sabbatical and is looking to make a statement quickly. A good showing in this tournament will do just that. However, Reynolds is not looking to settle for a just a good showing. "I'm coming to Maryland for a championship, and ill do what ever it takes to make that a reality," said Reynolds in an interview with fightprowrestling.com.
For Manning, this will be an opportunity to turn his bad luck in recent months around. Manning at press time, is currently experiencing a rather long losing streak. While his win-loss record has not been the best in recent months, it certainly is not because of lack of talent. Jake Manning is one of the more well known independent wrestlers over the last several years. He has competed for some of the top independents in the country, most notably EVOLVE. A losing streak can end in a matter of 3 seconds in pro wrestling. The Man Scout says he is always prepared. Will the prospect of potentially winning a championship in his first appearance with F.I.G.H.T force him to become more for focused and help him break the cycle of bad fortune he has recently experienced?
The only way to find out is to be there, when F.I.G.H.T returns, July 8th at GBoones Event Center in historic Boonsboro, MD. This will be the first of many exciting first round matchups that will take place on the road to crowning our first champion in company history. Tickets are on sale at GBoones Event Center and at www.fightprowrestling.com. F.I.G.H.T: Premium Professional Wrestling