Unlimited wrestling starts 2022 with Cut in bulk, a huge spectacle featuring multiple matches for the first time. While it doesn’t seem like it’s possible for Limitless to top the year they’ve had in 2021, they already seem to want to do just that!
Cut Loose presented by Limitless Wrestling – Full Card
JD Drake’s Open Star Maker Challenge
JD Drake complained that seemingly everyone who faces him is moving on to bigger and better things, so he issued an open challenge for this show in hopes of making Limitless Wrestling’s next star. There are apparently a number of options as to who could come out and take on this challenge. Davienne does not have a match scheduled, so she could resume their match from Chaotic fight. Same Jay Freddie could follow Drake to Maine and bring about a rematch of GRIND Professional Wrestling the day before here. Brad Cashew would be a great opponent for JD Drake, but the element of surprise in this one is only the start of a quality game. Highlight channing thomas and watch the money come in.
Ricky Smokes (with Ava Everett) vs. Dirty Dango
Ava Everett was candid about the fact that dirty dango is no longer the same as it once was and under the power of ARTE, Ricky smokes will attempt to make Dango the wrestler he once was. It should be a great match inside the ring, but the story it will tell, maybe seeing Dango eventually join ARTE if they get him, makes it even more intriguing.
Rip Byson vs. Slade
Not so long ago, at the end of 2021, Slade had an amazing hardcore match with Masha Slamovich at Uncharted territory and this match with Rip Byson could be similar in that it can be violent without weapons to the death, just allowing the two to face off in close combat. Byson is one of the toughest and hardest hitting wrestlers today. Slade just can’t seem to feel pain. It’s going to be like a brick wall hitting another brick wall. The sheer will of someone to give a thumbs up and take a fall here seems unlikely, but it makes the match unmissable.
Blanco Loco vs. Kevin Blackwood vs. Nolo Kitano vs. Anthony Greene
Although these four wrestlers have something to prove, maybe Anthony Greene has the most since losing the World No Limit Wrestling Championship. This match could be a great fit for a young wrestler like White Loco Where Nolo Kitano make a name for themselves by winning a victory. At the same time, a victory for Kevin Blackwood could earn him a title shot. It might look like a quadrangle on paper, but there’s so much more at play here.
MSP vs. Bear Country
MSP have established themselves as one of the best tag teams on the scene today and yet every place MSP has been in recent years, bear country also seems to have been. There might be a bit of tension here as Bear Country can currently be seen (sometimes) in All Elite Wrestling while MSP has yet to reach television at this level, although they rightly should. It’s going to be explosive.
B3CCA vs. Hyan
It seems that no matter where B3CCA going these days, high quality opponents are lined up to try and secure that win. Hyan is one of the best wrestlers out there and while she might be overlooked, you can expect both of these wrestlers to make a statement with this match.
Dog Collar Match: Big Beef vs. Charles Mason
With the inclusion of The Big Ox dog in this story, it seems only fitting that this feud continues (and possibly ends) with a dog collar match. Charles Mason is a very evil man, but Big Beef is not someone any other wrestler should want to end up chained to if they value their health and well-being. This will be the type of fight that, win or lose, neither man will come out the same.
World Unlimited Wrestling Championship: Alec Price (c) vs. Ace Romero
After winning the World Unlimited Wrestling Championship, Alec Price was attacked by JT Dunn and As Romero. While it was originally going to be a tag team match with Price teaming with Anthony Greene and Romero teaming with Dunn, Dunn decided he’d rather wrestle somewhere else (he’s scared); it became the head-to-head title match that it is now. While Romero is quite impressive, one has to wonder whether or not he can defeat Price without Dunn’s help. This will be a real test for Alec Price and Ace Romero and should be a fantastic match to start the year at Limitless Wrestling.
Cut Loose presented by Limitless Wrestling will take place on January 22nd, live from Yarmouth, Maine! Tickets and more information can be found here.
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