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Perth City Riot 2014: Fatal 4-Way Elimination AOF Championship - 2nd Competitor!


"The Hottest Man Alive". "The Prince of Perth".

Whatever your feelings on the man himself, Jay Taylor has proven himself many times over, racking up such accolades as being the first-ever Headshrinker Samu Legacy Cup Winner (with AZ Vegara) in 2012, winning the 2013 Dating Game match (which he is still seeking recompense for, as Sway was injured before Jay could claim his prize), and most recently, beating a triple champion, Adam Brooks (whom at the time, was holder of the RCW and Warzone Championships, as well as being one-half of the MCW Tag-Team Champions).

While it is true that he has never again won the HSLC Tournament (albeit making the finals again this year, only to be beaten by 2-time winners and SST Tag Team Champions the Basso Brothers), he has consistently placed highly on rankings, winning more than half of his matches in NHPW, defeating such current and future stars as Tama Williams, Jarrad Slate, Chris Vice, Ryan Rollins (Australian Suicide in AAA), Jagger Stevens, Aaron O'Malley, and many more.

It is this fire to succeed that has drawn Percy T's eye to JT, and with his win against Adam Brooks and Hayden Zenith at Old School Reload, Percy has decided that, at Perth City Riot, August 23rd at the Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, right next to the Cockburn Train Station and Success Shopping Centre, Jay Taylor will be the next entrant into the fatal 4-way elimination match, for the Art of Fighting Championship.







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Perth City Riot 2014: Entertainment Personified!




Wherever he goes, the "Gorgeous One" leaves a trail of battered bodies and broken hearts. This highly-successful actor, model, master of all trades has blitzed his way through NHPW like a pink and green neon flash of lightning, dazzling all in his path.

Despite his flawless complexion, his thick, oiled locks, and his impeccable physique, he is lacking in one area: Championships. Given that, in every match he has graced the ring in, he has looked like a champion, Percy T felt that he deserved the chance to become a champion.

While the most obvious choice was to provide him with a match for the Art of Fighting Championship, currently held by Chris Vice, the fact that Vice will be defending his title against 3 other competitors, including Sex Mafia teammate Jay Taylor, and the Bassos' absence from Perth City Riot due to Riot City Wrestling commitments, meant that there was only one option: A match against current Hybrid Champion Aaron O'Malley!

Therefore, at Perth City Riot, August 23rd at the Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, right next to the Cockburn Train Station and Success Shopping Centre, the Gorgeous One will face off against the Fighting Irish, Aaron O'Malley for the Hybrid Championship!







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Perth City Riot 2014: Fatal 4-Way Elimination AOF Championship


As the Art of Fighting Champion, it's clear to see that there is not a single wrestler that is more dominant than the "Smashing Machine" Chris Vice. Since first capturing the belt in early 2013, he has run rampant through the NHPW lockerroom and beyond, even defending the belt interstate at Warzone Wrestling Australia, destroying two wrestlers at once.

He's fought wrestlers from around the globe, former and current champions all in their own right such as Colt Cabana, Davis Storm, Ryan Rollins, Adam Cole, Low Ki, Michael Elgin, and many more, all with the same indomitable spirit and sense of honor which has won him the respect of not only the fans, but many of the wrestlers of whom he shares the locker room.

Until Adam Pearce came along.

In his match with "Scrap Iron" Adam Pearce, former 5-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, something changed in the Smashing Machine. Always a strongman, we saw something of the brute displayed in the way Vice fought with the canny American, a certain viciousness, ruthlessness shown in the methods used to win the match, assaulting Pearce with his own knuckle duster to win.

Vice's next challenge, and the first time we shall see him since his attitude adjustment has taken effect, is at Perth City Riot, where he faces off against "3 of the best wrestlers from around the world" in a fatal 4 way elimination match for the AOF Championship. Facing ever-increasing odds, what will the Smashing Machine have to resort to in order to hold onto the coveted Art of Fighting title belt, and what is the identity of these 3 other paragons of wrestling excellence?

We shall see at Perth City Riot, August 23rd at the Cockburn Youth Centre, 25 Wentworth Parade, right next to the Cockburn Train Station and Success Shopping Centre.
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