364 Day Title Reign Ends…

Article taken from LeagueofLions.vze.com:

The main event of It’s a Dirty World was Cory Summers against Dylan Smasher. Summers successfully defended the LOL Championship fifteen times and walked into this match against Dylan Smasher confident and prepared. Smasher; however, had the same confidence after the past two months he had rocketed up the card by winning the Tag-Team Championship with Mayhem Mafia and the 2017 Race to the Top Battle Royal.

Summers has battled and defeated a number of tough competitors; some even twice or thrice, but on the list of defeated contenders, Smasher was on there only once, and Summers’ win was by disqualification. This gave Smasher a reason to boast as he proudly wore a T-Shirt that read #364.

The action was fast and fierce as most matches of Cory Summers is and Smasher held up his end of the bargain as he fought back with a force of his own. Surprisingly, Chris Preston and Kane Matthew of the Mayhem Mafia held back and allowed Dylan Smasher to fight for the championship alone.

However, the two came to ringside when it seemed like Smasher had blown out his knee after evading Summers with a jump off the top rope. As he lay clutching at his knee, Preston and Matthew, alongside many officials came to Smasher’s aid. Head Official Chris Grimes kept Cory Summers away from Smasher as this was happening; however, in this confusing state of affair the bell had never been rung nor had the match been officially called off.

As Dylan Smasher was eased toward the curtain in between Preston and Matthew, he burst out from their grasp and attacked an unbeknownst Cory Summers. He slingshot him off the ropes and scored the huge Popup Powerbomb. The crowd gasped as Official Grimes began the count, but before his hand could hit the mat three times, Summers exploded out of the pinfall at two. The crowd erupted as their unbeaten champion was still alive.

Preston and Matthew were shocked. Smasher knew one more Popup Powerbomb would finish Summers off for good as he sent him off again. This time, Summers evaded it with a Hurricanrana followed by the Headlock Driver for the very close nearfall of his own. It wouldn’t be the Mayhem Mafia if they didn’t have something up their sleeves as Preston and Kane jumped up on opposite aprons.

Summers had a plan of his own as he sprung off the ropes and dropkicked Preston and then sent Matthew off. When Summers turned around, Smasher charged with a spear that stopped Summers dead in his tracks.

Smasher covered Summers and three unbelievable seconds later, after fifteen successful title defenses under Summers’ belt, after three hundred and sixty four days as the longest reigning champion, Dylan Smasher was the winner and new League of Lions Champion.

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Quick Update

Things have been poppin’ in the squared circle since the last time I sent out an update here on the page. At the end of 2016, I won the Wrestler of the Year award and Rivalry of the Year award at League of Lions Wrestling. I am still the reigning and defending League of Lions Champion and have successfully defended it a total of fourteen times.

For the past few months I have been in a battle against Chaz Thomas, but that all came to an end at The Wrestling Classic IV when I defeated him in a Brass Knuckles on a Pole Match. This Saturday, I will be in tag action teaming with Hunter Dude Preston against Chaz Thomas and Kristopher Haiden.

This past weekend I wrestled in Palestine, Texas at American Wrestling Entertainment and fought Sean Cordova. He unfortunately had my Summetime well scouted. Let’s face it, it’s about time he knew to get the hell out of the way after I’ve done it to him so many times throughout the years. He may have won, but we’ll both be back in action at AWE on August 26th, so you never know what may happen then.

The Tenth Defense

I’m all about challenges and raising the bar every time I step into the wrestling ring. Sean Cordova boasted about how he had seven successful LOL Championship defenses, I now have 10, baby! And I’m still counting.

The people over at the League of Lions website love to write that I have a heart of a lion and I’m a fighting champion and damn, all that’s correct and more. I have defended the LOL Championship twice in one night, in the month of October alone I defended it not once, but four times! Bring on the challengers, and I’ll continue to put them down. The bigger they are, the harder they fall. Ain’t that right Mr. Black? Khan? It may be winter in Texas, but when I’m in the squared circle, it’s Summertime, baby!

It’s Summertime, baby!

It’s officially summertime in Texas! My next match will be for the LOL Championship against Sean Cordova on June 18th at League of Lions in Marshall, Texas. It’s hot outside and it’ll be hot inside the ring that night when I raise the championship high over my head and become the LOL Champion. Bet!

New Dates Added

Head over to the Upcoming Events page and check out all the new dates that have been added. My next match is on February 20th at League of Lions in Marshall, Texas. It will be a triple threat with me getting another shot at the Lionheart Championship that I held over seven months against Monster Creed and Colton Shane.

If you’re in the area come check it out. I promise that you won’t be disappointed. I no doubt plan to become a 2-Time Lionheart Champion.

The season may be winter, but it’s Summertime in the squared circle!

Still Heart of a Champion

Nine month reign as the LOL Lionheart Champion came to an end on June 7th against Khan at the Levee in Longview, Texas. I may not be the champion right now, but I still have the heart of a champion and I’ll get it back soon enough.

My next match will be against a newcomer to LOL that calls himself “The Hooligan” Ace on July 18th at League of Lions Wrestling in Marshall, Texas.

Next Match – vs. Mongoose

Cory Summers here. This weekend on December 20th at League of Lions Wrestling in Marshall, Texas I’ll be going up against Mongoose. It’s been over a year since we had our first match at LOL Wrestling and the end result will still be the same. Cory Summers victorious! This time, however, I will have a title on the line and make no mistake about it, I’ll leave with the Lionheart Championship held high.