Return of the King

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Updated: September 3, 2015
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On August 2, 2014, fans in Cypress witnessed the most controversial title change ever at Lone Star Championship Wrestling. It was a rough night for Heavyweight Champion Scot Summers. Under the pretense of being a guest for Matt Riviera’s “Hotel Riviera” interview, Summers was brutally beaten down and injured by the Empire, an attack that would have surely been worse were it not for the intervention of Raymond Rowe, Chaz Taylor, Houston Carson and David Duperon.

10454440_795506883902317_8874093893957848356_n   As a result, Summers was in no shape to defend his title against Steve Anthony and CEO Tony Brooklyn begged him not to do so, but to no avail. Summers was challenged and he would answer the challenge, two-armed, one-armed, or none at all.

Valiantly he fought, but the injury, combined with the numbers of the Empire were too much for him. Trapped in an armbar in the center of the ring, Summers refused to tap out but Brooklyn could not stand by and allow a bonafied Lone Star legend risk permanent injury and the ruin of a stellar career and threw in the towel on Summers’ behalf. Anthony was now champion. Summers hasn’t been seen in a Lone Star ring since.

11224512_795506917235647_3354440338400988015_oBut the King of the Underground has returned to reclaim what was once his. And he’ll get that chance on Saturday, September 26 to do just that. In order to do so, however, he’ll need to dethrone the current titleholder John Saxon, the self-professed “Big Game Hunter” who has been dominant since defeating Carson on May 30.

Brooklyn is more than thrilled to see Summers back in Cypress.

“Scot’s return to Lone Star Championship Wrestling is long overdue,” he said. “Ever since I made the decision to throw in the towel on his behalf, it has haunted me. Scot may be the toughest wrestler I know, but at that moment, I thought he was subject to long term if not permanent injury. I remember saying ‘live to fight another day.’ I can’t change that decision, but I can give Scot what he truly deserves, which is a chance to regain the Lone Star Heavyweight Championship. Considering the physical and dominating manner in which John Saxon became champion and continues to defend the belt, at this moment in time I can’t think of a more worthy or deserving opponent than Summers.”

11988308_795506833902322_8425107713685056146_nSummers appears to be more than ready to seize the opportunity in front of him, and isn’t taking the champion lightly.

“It is been a long time since the fans of Lone Star and Cypress, Texas have seen me,” he said. “I haven’t been living like a king but rather a prisoner. A prisoner of unfinished business. John Saxon and I are no strangers to one another. He’s a great competitor and one tough hombre. Better the devil you know than the devil you don’t.”

This main event battle is just one of seven exciting matches announced on Saturday, September 26 when Lone Star Championship Wrestling returns to VFW Post 8905, located at 21902 Northwest Freeway in Cypress on Saturday, September 26 at 7:30 pm. Tickets and information can be found at www.lonestarwrestling.com and www.facebook.com/lonestarchampionshipwrestling. Please support our promotional partner Clutch City Productions as well as Transtar Federal Credit Union, Through Our Lens Photography and The Lost Boys band.