#Preview: Bar Wrestling – Sashay Away

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#Preview: Bar Wrestling - Sashay Away
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Bar Wrestling is back with yet another amazingly named show. Sashay Away at the Bootleg Theatre on June 12th already promises to be an amazing show with so many stars. With the matches announced, here’s a preview of the show which will make you need to go and watch the show. Obviously, the card is subject to change but there is something here to satisfy any wrestling fan’s needs.

Scorpio Sky v Tyler Bateman

If any of you read the Bar history piece released a few days ago, you know that Scorpio Sky and Tyler Bateman are two Bar veterans. This makes the match even more exciting, without even factoring in both men’s style and charisma. Tyler Bateman is one of the most unique wrestlers in the business from his style to look. He has this rough and brutal style that will put you down in a second. On the other hand, we’ve got Scorpio Sky. Although part of SCU, he is such an accomplished singles wrestlers. Unlike Bateman’s more strong style, Sky uses his athleticism and fearlessness against his opponents. Because of this clash of styles, there’s no clear winner. It will all depend on the night and who gets the advantage earlier. However, no matter the result, it will be an amazing match that will get the crowd hyped

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PPRay vs. Team Sea Stars

Team Sea Stars are two women that Bar fans may not be too aware of.  Ashley Vox & Delmi Exo are going to be on a mission for people to walk out talking about these two amazing wrestlers. However, PPRay is not going to make this easy for the duo. Two of the most loved in Bar Wrestling, Peter Avalon and Ray Rosas don’t hold any prisoners and put up a big damn fight against anyone they step in the ring with. With their charisma and tag team expertise, you better believe that they won’t let some newbies take their limelight. But, if Vox and Exo can get the early advantage over Avalon and Rosas, they might be able to pull a major upset on the Bar veterans.

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DoomFly vs. Los Luchas

It feels like this Bar show is inundated with amazing tag matches and this one is no exception. DoomFly are obviously two of the most beloved wrestlers in the entire company and Delilah Doom and Eli Everfly never cease to amaze fans. However, their opponents Los Luchas are quickly gaining popularity in Bar Wrestling after appearing on quite a few shows. This match is probably one of the most exciting matches of the night. This is because both teams have this really amazing, high flying and creative offense as well as this amazing chemistry with their partners. Neither team really has the advantage in this sense which just makes everything a lot more exciting. No matter who wins, it’s going to be an amazing match leaving us on the edge of our seats.

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LuchaSaurus vs. Watts

With Luchasaurus on a roll after signing with AEW, Eric Watts is going to be on a bid to stop that momentum. This is obviously a match of the big men. However, it’s going to be nowhere near the conventional match you expect. We’ve obviously got Luchasaurus who may be huge but is also as versatile and daring as a luchador. Then you’ve got Eric Watts who’s not only very tall but also an amazing athlete with a sneaky edge to him we’ve seen when teaming with PPRay.

Matches like these are always a crowd pleaser and the crowd is going to go crazy. With Luchasaurus and Watts, we’re going to see some high-risk moves that shouldn’t be done by men of this size. This is what makes it even more exciting. Even though both men are so talented, you have to maybe give the advantage to Luchasaurus who is on such a hot streak!

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RockNES Monsters vs. Brandon Cutler & Andy Brown

It just seems like any combination of tag team matches in this company has the possibility to steal the show. RockNES Monsters are an amazing tag team who work in perfect harmony and can be a very hard team to beat on a normal day. However, their opponents Cutler and Brown are not an experienced tag team which makes this match more interesting. Even though both Cutler and Brown are strong singles competitors, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they could work as a team. But, this match is going to be a lot of fun with a mix of styles. Yet, for the reason of tag team continuity, RockNES Monsters probably have the advantage but never count out a new team because two singles stars may have an automatic connection!

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Joey Ryan & Taya Valkyrie & Sonny Kiss vs. Jake Atlas & Heather Monroe & Dom Kubrick

Is it really a Bar Wrestling show without a huge multi-wrestler tag match? This match is giving us two teams of amazingly strong athletes all loved by crowds in different ways. On one side, we’ve got the King of Dong Joey Ryan, the strong Taya Valkyrie, and the sassy Sonny Kiss. This team alone has a perfect mix of styles, strength, and personality that are a force for any team. However, the team of Atlas, Monroe & Kubrick is definitely going to put up a fight. Atlas and Monroe have teamed together a few times in Bar so have this chemistry. Team this with Kubrick and we could have a well-versed machine. It’s almost impossible to pick a winner because both teams contain some amazing athletes. It’s just going to a badass match and a whole lot of fun!

#Preview: Bar Wrestling - Sashay Away
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With another jam-packed card, this show is bound to be sassy from start to end. If you’re in the SoCal area on the 25th on the 12th, get yourself down to the Bar famous Bootleg Theatre. Presale tickets can be bought from https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bar-wrestling-sashay-away-tickets-61385338199 for $25 presale. A few tickets will be available at the door for $40. That isn’t guaranteed so make sure you try to get them early to avoid disappointment. Also, for $35, you can buy a combo of going to see the show and a viewing of the new Joey Ryan Documentary which has already had amazing reviews.

However, if you can’t make it to LA, like always, it will be available to watch on https://barwrestling.pivotshare.com/home and sites like PowerSlam TV shortly after! This was the Pro Wrestling Post preview for Bar Wrestling as they present Pickle Jar Hero.