Synergy's 3rd Birthday Sept. 26
live on FITE.tv from the Monster Factory in Paulsboro, NJ
Brandon Kirk vs. Tony Deppen for the Synergy Pro Wrestling Championship. WARHORSE vs. Frightmare for the first time ever. Ace Austin vs. Jordan Oliver for the first time ever in singles competition. Wheeler Yuta makes his Synergy debut against Matt Macintosh. The Nerd World Order debuts against the Apostles of Chaos. Kasey Catal and LSG square off in intergender competition. TJ Crawford and Charles Mason battle for the Cruiserweight Crown. Scores are settled between Desean Pratt & Eric Corvis, and Anthony Gangone & MV Young meet in a Poly Cult Proving Ground affair. All that, and Matt Vertigo, Ellis Taylor, The Whisper and KTB face off in a Fatal Four-Way.
YOU'RE INVITED TO SYNERGY PRO WRESTLING'S 3RD BIRTHDAY PARTY!
BRANDON KIRK IS CHAMPION
Synergy Pro Wrestling is now a Rogue State. The unthinkable happened at Heatseekers, as Brandon Kirk defeated Frightmare to capture the Synergy Championship - and owner Colin West was forced to call for the bell & raise his greatest enemy's hand in victory.
What can be expected at Synergy Pro Wrestling with the chaotic Brandon Kirk as champion? And what's next for former 2-time champion Frightmare?
Earlier in the evening, TJ Crawford retained the Cruiserweight Crown in the most devious, despicable moment in Synergy history. Claiming a shoulder tear, Crawford 'tearfully' exited the Crown Triple Threat Match, only to crack Kasey Catal with a baseball bat and slither away with his Crown intact.
Joe Gacy competed in an incredible Last Stand against Archadia, tensions between Matt Macintosh & Creative Director Nicholas Kaye escalated, and who knows what happened between Anthony Gangone & MV Young... plus, did we see the formation of a Nerd World Order?
The FITE Replay of Heatseekers is available right now!
Garden State Invitational 2020:
Deppen Reigns, Oliver Shines
GSI 2020 photo credits: Scott Finkelstein
Watch the Replay of Synergy Pro Wrestling's #GSI2020 on FITE.tv
The 2nd Annual Garden State Invitational Tournament streamed LIVE on FITE.tv (replays are available!), and it left nobody disappointed. From the surprise return of 2019 GSI Winner "Retro" Anthony Greene (filling in for an injured Matt Cross), to a first-ever Cruiserweight Crown Champion, to exceptional performances by Synergy Pro Wrestling Champion Frightmare and the entire tournament field, it's no wonder #GSI2020 trended well into the night on Twitter.
Tony Deppen channeled his inner "Eddie" and lied, cheated and stole his way to the 2020 Garden State Invitational Trophy, defeating Gregory Iron, KTB and Jordan Oliver on his way to the win. It was Oliver, however, who captured the hearts of the Synergy Family that night. Jordan and Injustice stable-mate Myron Reed put on a 20 minute, breathtaking 1st round contest you must see to believe. Nursing a heavily-taped shoulder, Jordan battled through 2019 GSI winner Anthony Greene before an epic final contest with Deppen. It was a tremendous performance by the young workhorse of Synergy.
Frightmare vanquished an old foe in Desean Pratt to retain his Synergy Pro Wrestling Championship - though it certainly was no easy task.
And the first Cruiserweight Crown Champion should have been a popular choice - but fans were left a bit puzzled by how TJ Crawford went about defeating Ellis Taylor to claim the crown. Was the finishing moment of this match truly necessary? Is Crawford proud of his actions? Will Ellis Taylor have anything to say, and what did #1 Contender Kasey Catal think of it all?
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