Hybrid Pro Wrestling made its return – after a two month layoff – to Daleville’s VFW Post 6020 on Saturday, Jan. 4, with “New Year Reckoning.”

Despite a number of wrestlers scheduled for the event canceling on short notice, Hybrid Pro put on five exciting matches that the small crowd in attendance seemed to thoroughly enjoy.

In the night’s opener, the villainous Fatality and Ryan Phoenix put on an exciting back-and-forth matchup until Fatality blatantly low blowed Phoenix to earn a disqualification.

The night’s most exciting bout, however, went to the debuting “Suplex Assassin” Alex Kane facing off against Hybrid National Champion Cameron Thomas in a non-title match.

Kane showed off his impressive strength with a number of suplexes and throws, but ultimately Thomas was able to secure another win as he outsmarted the newcomer.

In a masked showdown, the diabolical Street Bandit cheated his way to another win over the fan favorite Blue Tomcat and veteran Confederate Kid earned a win over Don Yoder.

In the night’s Main Event, Hybrid Pro Heavyweight Champion Cali Man successfully defended his title against Chuck Diamond after connecting with a Superkick.

Hybrid Pro will be returning to Daleville on Feb. 1 for a big event that will feature AIWF Southern Tag Team Champions TCC and AIWF Southern Junior Heavyweight Champion Logan Stevens defending their titles at the event. Others scheduled to appear are Cali Man, Thomas, Parker Stevens, Diamond, Jayden Steele, Street Bandit, Outspoken, Jon Ryker, Ryan Phoenix and Johnny Romano.

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