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When the match began, the action spilled outside of the ring and kicked up a notch.
One competitor known as Syko, did a dive from a table onto another wrestler and received a roar from the fans. Another competitor was knocked from the ring apron and counted out from the match.
The pattern repeated itself until only Little Show and former WWE wrestler Mascarita Dorada were left.
The two traded moves until Dorada finally gained the upper hand and did a senton onto Brooks to defeat him.
As Little Show laid in the ring, and Dorada paraded with the title belt, something that he said earlier in the night stood out.
“I’ve been with this company for five years,” he said on the Micro Wrestling Federation. “I’ve been with every (little person) company out there. I’ve got to say this is the best little person wrestling (company) that I’ve ever wrestled for. I believe that the future is very bright for this company.”
If the turnout and reaction from fans says anything, he’s right.
According to the general manager of the bar, Michael McAndrew, the plan is to have the show about every three months in Jacksonville.
Text by Juston Lewis