Shane & Shannon Ballard began their careers in Professional Wrestling in 1997. Since then, they’ve become one of the most respected teams in the world, competing across North America, Europe and Japan. They’ve competed in many of the top promotions in the world–past and present–including All Pro Wrestling, Ultimate Pro Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling, Elite Canadian Championship Wrestling, the Empire Wrestling Federation, Big Time Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and Pro Wrestling Zero-One, just to name a few. The Ballards have even had a number of “dark matches” for World Wrestling Entertainment, and have competed against teams ranging from virtual unknowns to the Hardy Boyz, and from The Road Warriors to The Young Bucks, Lucha Libre to Strong Style and virtually everything in between. In Vendetta Pro, they’ve held the various versions of the Tag Team Championship (Vendetta Pro Tag Team, Unified Tag Team, NWA Western States Tag Team) on three occasions, while Shannon Ballard has held the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship twice.

In addition to their lengthy in-ring careers, Shane & Shannon have also trained–or hand a significant part in training–many wrestlers who have went on to have successful careers–including former WWE Champions.

It will be a sad day for Professional Wrestling when The Ballard Brothers leave. However, that day may come next week, November 27th at Winter Wonder Slam: Black Friday as they’ve put their careers on the line in the final match of the Best 2 of 3 Series with Billy Blade and Richie Slade, The Midnight Delight.

It has been said that you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. After Winter Wonder Slam, The Ballards may very well be gone.

So, the question has to be asked: what if The Ballards win? Other than satisfaction, will The Ballards get anything for their wager?

The Ballard Brothers take on The Midnight Delight in a career-threatening final match in the Best 2 of 3 Series on November 27, 2015 at Winter Wonder Slam: Black Friday at the Radisson Hotel in Santa Maria, California.