SURVIVAL surges at Sweetwater Park Gym
By Jim Wallace

Hexx brings a Buckle Bomb and Anthony Henry blasts a kick on Joshua Cutshall.
It was a Saturday night of SURVIVAL as Viral Pro Wrestling invaded Sweetwater Park Gym.
The event lived up to its name as bodies were flying everywhere as all these combatants were trying to survive.
With more than 200 attending, it was VPW's biggest show to date.
“Every show seems to get bigger and better,” said Joshua Hancock, VPW promoter.
“This was one of the most stacked cards in the CSRA that brought in fans from as much as three hours away.”
Since the last VPW event, a new GM was hired by Hancock to help run the day to day operations.
Saturday, PJ Synenberg was introduced to fans. He replaces James Kitchens, who retired and resigned from the position back in December.
“Synenberg made it clear as his first act as general manager that he was going to lay down the law in VPW and put a stop to The Monster Squad’s reign of terror,” said Hancock.
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