EAW Week has continued to prove itself to be a huge success. Despite the four day live event chain in Seoul not yet being over, already the world has been awed, shocked, horrified, and astounded with the performances from the company’s best. And now, as Gateway to Glory, the red brand’s very own event for this week, has closed out, it seems the events that have taken place will shock the world for months to come.
If you haven’t watched the main event on EAWs live streaming service, premium package only $9.95, the Answers World Championship match ended on an unexpected note. Hall of Famer, EAW Chairman, and former “One Percent” brother in arms for the still Answers World Champion, Mr. DEDEDE stepped in to help Theron when he had his back to the wall, and even looked like the challenger, Darkane, might end his reign then and there. However, intervention showed that Theron’s luck has not run out just yet. Pinning Darkane for the one, two, three– it seemed as if the two had come back together after Nikolas’ betrayal of DEDEDE months ago.
However, not everything is as it seems in the Land of the Elite, as Amber Keys ambushed Theron with a low blow, as Mr. DEDEDE got some long awaited payback on him with a spear. As the show closed out, many wondered what this would mean for the AWC division, politically, going into Pain for Pride 12. However just hours after the event, answers were given, as it’s been announced by EAW Corporate that the original already stacked main event match in Theron Nikolas (c) defending against Jamie O’Hara will be beefed up even more. Per the EAW board Mr. DEDEDE and Darkane have both been added to the AWC match, turning what was once a one on one match into a free for all war for Dynasty’s most coveted belt.
Both the challengers, nor the champion himself have commented on the change, but we should be expecting to hear more than a few words, and in EAWs case, slurs from many of them, heading into the Grandest Stage of Professional Wrestling.
Pain For Pride 12 is a Marquee Event for Elite Answers Wrestling, capping off their twelfth season. The event will be held live from the Mercedes – Benz stadium from June 21st to June 23rd, and will be streamed on EAWs award winning service, The EAW Network. Catch it live to see who will win this fight for the AWC, and remember to tune in to Fighting Spirit tomorrow, to see how EAW Week in Seoul caps things off.