#Preview: Bar Wrestling 33: JUICED!

In the midst of the busiest wrestling month of the year, Bar Wrestling are making their mark amongst all these shows. Bar Wrestling 33: Juiced is coming to the LA Bootleg Theater on April 10th and the line-up is definitely something not to miss. We’ve got some of the biggest names in wrestling. We’ve got some of the biggest names in Bar Wrestling. We’ve even got a Bar Debut! Here are all the announced matches. If it isn’t enough to get you to watch the show, then what can persuade you?

Taya Valkyrie vs. Kylie Rae

The sassy and strong Bar favorite Taya Valkyrie is back for another match. However, she’s up against the newest AEW signing Kylie Rae, who’s also making her Bar debut. From the get-go, this is definitely a huge clash of personalities and they are always the best matches. No matter how different the two are, their similarities come in their drive to succeed. Taya Valkyrie is probably one of the strongest and most badass women I’ve ever seen with a ruthless desire to win. On the other hand, although always wanting to get the win, Kylie Rae is so pure from her ring gear to the adorable personality! It seems like Taya could have the edge in a world she’s so familiar with. However, the crowd will definitely get behind Kylie and sometimes that gives enough momentum to win a match!

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Brian Cage & Ryan Taylor vs. Brandon Cutler & LuchaSaurus

At first look, this tag team match is the perfect combination of some of the best that Bar has to offer. We’ve got the extremely diverse athlete teaming with fellow Body Guy member Ryan Taylor. We then have our BFD (Big Friendly Dinosaur) LuchaSaurus teaming with the veteran Brandon Cutler. All four guys have teamed with their partners but also gone one on one with them in singles action and they’ve all met in some way with their opponents.

Sometimes this could be an advantage, knowing you partner and opponent so well. However, this isn’t always the case. You never know when your opponent is going to throw something new at you or if your partner’s going to try something different. In terms of who has the advantage, it’s hard to say. However, just because of their tag history, especially in the Trios tournament, Cage and Taylor would get the win. That isn’t to say that LuchaSaurus and Cutler don’t have a chance, because they’re both so damn talented!

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PJ Black vs. Andy Brown

Both of these stars are so well known within Bar Wrestling, but this has to the first singles match the two have had. PJ Black is a world travelled star with such a diverse wrestling style that ranges from hard core offence to high flying off the top rope. This is very similar with Brown who also has this amazing range of offence under his belt which he can use against his opponents. Both guys are very similar in size, stature and style. This means that the crowd is going to watch a hell of a fight combining everything that fans love with no real clear winner until the very end!

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DoomFly (Delilah Doom & Eli Everfly) vs. Tyler Bateman & Heather Monroe

When it comes to intergender tag matches no company does it like Bar Wrestling! This match contains four of the best and most loved wrestlers in the entire company in DoomFly, Tyler Bateman and Heather Monroe. Everybody already knows how amazing the chemistry is between Delilah Doom and Eli Everfly. However, the team of Tyler Bateman and Heather Monroe is definitely a team with two very different personalities but has so much potential! We’ve seen Tyler Bateman v Heather Monroe in the past, and this could work to their advantage. Both know exactly how the other works and can coordinate it to use their strengths against the well-versed team of Doom and Everfly. Between the two teams, we’ve got the magical DoomFly and the devious Bateman and Monroe. This clash in personalities is going to make for an amazing match with no real front runners.

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RockNES Monsters (BHK & YUMA) & Watts vs. Joey Ryan & PPRay (Peter Avalon & Ray Rosas)

Whenever Bar Wrestling announces matches like these, it really does show how strong the tag team division is in this company. On one side, we’ve got the now well-versed team of RockNES Monsters and Watts and then you’ve got PPRAY teaming with Joey Ryan. Last time we saw RockNES teaming with Watts against SCU, it all got very vicious and showed a more aggressive side to the trio. It will be exciting to see what their attitude is going into this match against the much loved PPRay and Joey Ryan, who’s still getting beat up. Whatever happens, it’s going to be a proper tag team match with some amazing chemistry between the teams. Hopefully, we’ll also see a dick flip or two as well!

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Jake Atlas vs. Tessa Blanchard

When this match was announced, there was definitely a buzz! Tessa Blanchard is one, if not, the best female wrestler in the world today with her strength and power. She’s also probably one of the best overall in the world. Jake Atlas is also one of the breakout stars of the last few years with his amazing speed and agility.

Looking at the two wrestler’s style, it’s definitely a clash but that makes it even more exciting. It may look like Blanchard will have the advantage over Atlas from her experience to strength. But, never count out someone like Atlas because sometimes that speed is all the advantage you need. No matter what happens in this match, there’s going to be an amazing mix of styles. There’s also no indication of the crowd favorite. Both superstars are so well loved and are just amazing at what they do in the ring.

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In a month where wrestling is at a the talk of the town, Bar have managed to produce another amazing card. It’s a show not to miss. So, if you’re in the LA area on the 10th April, make your way to the Bootleg Theater and watch an amazing night of wrestling. Like always, presale tickets are available for $25 at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bar-wrestling-juiced-tickets-58696355379?fbclid=IwAR1KH-ZePa_mIMAb4iT8zafZkn2u8jarv7xI0RJ2UQ7nviZJUkFyQpLsrZI. However, limited tickets will be available at the door for $40. However, buy now to avoid disappointment! If you can’t make it, it will be available to on demand on https://barwrestling.pivotshare.com and streaming sites such as PowerSlamTV! There’s no excuse not to find some way to watch it – even if you’re halfway across the world and have a pile of wrestling to watch!