The only man to hold the SCW Alternative Championship twice, and the only person to have actually beaten Jessica Tendonin for the coveted championship…Priest was last seen in SCW towards the end of 2017, having unsuccessfully challenged for the SCW World Heavyweight Championship. After leaving, he was not heard from. Several weeks back, when Rich Anderson, SCW North American Heavyweight Champion, was attacked, nobody could have guessed who it was, and certainly not that it would be one of SCW’s earliest stars, Priest.
Now, Priest has a shot at the SCW North American Heavyweight Championship. What awaits SCW, and Priest, as he makes his in ring return at TLC? Only time can tell as we count down the days to that action packed night in London.
This is unbelievable. They told Terel Walker that he was wasting his time and money trying to sign this superstar. They said it couldn’t be done, and now, it is done. Ladies and gentlemen, it gives me great pleasure to be writing this. It is official, it’s all here in black and white, clear as day.
I don’t know how he did it, but…Terel Walker, owner of the SCW, has signed former 450Wrestling Heavyweight Champion, and Hall of Hendrickson inductee…Fury, also known as Veronica Rodriguez! As they say, shit just got real.
Paige Lewis, Emily Desmond, and Jessica Tendonin had all better take notice…there is a new woman on the block.
Miranda Jones is the latest signing for Cleveland, Ohio based Starstruck Championship Wrestling. Very little has been revealed about the young lady. In fact, most SCW employees don’t even know her age. What we know is the following.
- One Year Non-Exclusive Contract
- Six figure salary, believed to be under $250,000
- Guaranteed at least one Main Event Contest, be it for a championship or not.
Stayed tuned for more information about the upcoming debut of this new talent.
The man, the star, the champion. Jesse Owusu is not only one of SCW’s earliest stars, but also one of our first champions, being the inaugural SCW North American Champion. His reign is a day longer than that of the man who relieved him of the championship, but Owusu wasn’t pressed to go after the belt, as he became a challenger for the SCW World Championship.
There were rumors of a returning star, and we are able to confirm that Jesse Owusu is indeed the star who was set to return. Jesse Owusu competed at Overdrive 43, making his triumphant return over Jacina, also a former SCW North American Champion.
Initially, Mr. Walker claimed to not know who it was, but had this to say when we caught up with him.
“As if I wouldn’t know who’s going to be on payroll in my company? Jesse Owusu helped lift this company off the ground back in the day. If he were around longer, I imagine we might have seen him become SCW World Champion at some point. And who knows, perhaps he can earn himself a bid at the new SCW World Heavyweight Championship. Never know what the future holds. I’ve made a significant investment in getting Young Life back on SCW programming, and I’m sure he’ll make it worthwhile.”
For now, we are glad to have Owusu back in SCW, and look forward to seeing him do what he does best.