The fans in attendance at this last weekend’s Winter Wonder Slam event will forever think of Black Friday as a day for Professional Wrestling!
At the beginning of the evening, Commissioner Joseph Duncan brought out the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship belt, and informed the Vendettaverse that Little Cholo, Vendetta Pro’s greatest champion of all time and one of the stars of TV’s Lucha Underground, suffered a severe shoulder injury at the latest tapings for the second season. This injury will put Cholo on the shelf for some time. Out of respect for Little Cholo and his latest lengthy title reign–Cholo holds both the longest reigns as Tri-Force and Heavyweight Champion in Vendetta Pro Wrestling history–Duncan stated that Cholo’s reign will be “suspended” at 483 days. On the day that Cholo walks into whatever facility Vendetta Pro Wrestling is running in and is medically cleared to compete, he will begin day 484 as Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion.
Until then, a new “interim” Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion has been crowned at Winter Wonder Slam: Black Friday. “Wrestling Personified” Rik Luxury, representing Pro Championship Wrestling, won the Third-Annual Roland Alexander Memorial California Cup Battle Royal and with it, the Interim Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight title. The Runner-up, representing SoCal Pro Wrestling, was former Tri-Force Champion SoCal Crazy. On January 8, 2016 back at the Radisson in Santa Maria, SoCal Crazy will challenge Luxury for the Interim Championship.