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UPW to make its return back to Brockport

by Carson Werner - Sports Editor
Wed, Feb 6th 2019 05:45 pm
On December 7, 2018 Upstate Pro Wrestling held the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future at the Brockport Elks Lodge. There, Icon Ace drilled Frank Burlington with an enzugiri. One of the UPW Youngbloods, Jordan Brown, took flight outside of the ring. Colin Delaney also gave HC Loc a brutalizing stunner.
On December 7, 2018 Upstate Pro Wrestling held the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future at the Brockport Elks Lodge. There, Icon Ace drilled Frank Burlington with an enzugiri. One of the UPW Youngbloods, Jordan Brown, took flight outside of the ring. Colin Delaney also gave HC Loc a brutalizing stunner.
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After a heavy hitting match in Brockport two months earlier, Upstate Pro Wrestling (UPW) is making a return for a Valentine’s Day Massacre. On Saturday, Feb. 9, the Brockport Elks Lodge will host UPW for another holiday special. 

The event features the battle royale style Dustytaker Invitational, HC Loc and Sean Carr facing one another for the very first time and Jay Freddie and Nick Ando ending their best of five series.

“The Dustytaker Invitational returns February 9 at Valentine’s Day Massacre. It will be an over the top rope battle royal until it reaches the final two, where it becomes one fall to a finish,” wrote UPW wrestler Brian Cayden Smith. “Who will join past winners Chris Cayden, Jeremy Jensen, Krist Worthless and Bam Bam?” 

Six different showdowns are scheduled on the night but none will top the match bearing an unforgiving steel cage. Inside, Chris Cayden and Maximo Suave as Defiance, partnered with Kamryn Gabreal Saint, a wrestling Rochester Hall of Fame inductee, will take on Mattick and Hellcat as Vile Society. 

The match is set to start at 6 p.m. while doors open at 5:30 p.m. Ticket prices at the door are $12 for six years old and under, $18 for anyone above six, $12 for students with an ID present and $20 for a front row ticket. Ordering online before February 9 is $15.