Saturday, December 30, 2017

Way2Real LuchaKliq breakout luchador of the year 2017 Killer Kross

The Tollman

The Herald of Doomsday
The People's Executioner

The Devil Of Monterrey

Rey De La Maldad

Whatever name was whispered fearfully in the shadows or chanted by worshiping mobs around the world, 2017 was the year Killer Kross broke out world wide.

After dominating Indy companies all over the planet for years, on March 19, 2017 Kross made his AAA debut at Rey de Reyes, helping Johnny Mundo win the AAA Mega Championship , AAA Latin American Championship and AAA World Cruiserweight Championship. Kross made his in-ring debut on April 12 and along with Johnny Mundo and Taya defeated Argenis, Ayako Hamada and El Hijo del Fantasma in a No Disqualification Six Man Tag Team Match. Kross would decimate the entire roster before leaving AAA in his wake and surging forward to destroy rosters across the world, culminating in a championship reign in Maverick Pro by tapping out Cowboy James Storm. But Kross was not done, and at the end of the year set his sights on the House of Hardcore, and fans are  shuddering to think of the swath of destruction the Tollman will carve through that hallowed hall of hardcore.

The future looks bright for fans of violence in 2018, but the shadow of the devil of Monterrey was cast across the wrestling world in 2017, and for those reasons and so many more, we are proud to award Killer Kross the title of Way2Real LuchaKliq breakout luchador of the year 2017.

Way2Real LuchaKliq presents the Luchadora of the year award to Toni Storm.

2017 has been an awesome year for women's wrestling, and none have shined as brightly as New Zealand’s Toni Storm. One of PROGRESS’ top stars and one of the most in-demand women’s wrestlers in the world, Storm had one of the best years in history for a wrestler, male or female. Storm not only appeared in the WWE Mae Young Classic, but by won both prestigious Stardom tournaments in Japan – the Cinderella and 5★Star Grand Prix – as well as capturing Stardom’s top prize, the Wonder of Stardom Championship. The storm isn't coming, it's already here, and the way2Real LuchaKliq and are proud to award the Luchadora of the year 2017 title to Toni Storm.

#Way2Real #LuchaKliq Party talks wrestling, Sabotage, Maverick Pro, #WWE #LuchaUnderground and more on the last party of 2017...

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Breakout Luchadora of the year 2017: Thunder Rosa

Whether she was winning titles in Indy companies around the world, taking Europe by storm, teaming with Holidead as the Twisted Sisters, appearing in Sabotage, Shine and so many others, or ruling the Lucha Underground temple as Kobra Moon with the reptile tribe, Thunder Rosa made the world her playground this year and we are proud to name her 'Breakout Luchadora of the year' 2017!

Triple H, Jinder Mahal engage in a classic Supershow showdown #WWE

John Morrison Awarded Way2Real Lucha Kliq Wrestler of the year, 2017

Champion @luchalibreaaa latin american, mega, and world cruiserweight champion @paccoastwrestle champion @5StarWrestling champion among others. and lets not forget BOONE!

Monday, December 4, 2017

#WWE Star John Cena sued by Ford

WWE's John Cena has been hit with a lawsuit by the Ford Motor Company, which claims that Cena sold his 2017 Ford GT in violation of an agreement with the company.

According to Ford, Cena sold the vehicle shortly after taking delivery of it, despite an agreement with Ford to maintain ownership of the vehicle for 24 months and he also made a large profit from the alleged resale.

In the suit, filed in federal court in Michigan last Thursday, Ford says that it reserves its GTs — which have an MSRP of “over $450,000” — for “only those individuals who truly desire a special ownership experience” and “those individuals who will be influencers and ambassadors of the vehicle and the Ford brand.”

Cena filled out an application to buy the GT, Ford says, agreeing not to sell it for 24 months. But according to the suit, Cena took possession of the vehicle in late September and sold it “a few weeks” after.

Ford claims  Cena admitted to selling the car, saying, “I completely understand and as stated am willing to work with Ford to make it right. My sincere apologies.”

“To date, however, Mr. Cena has not ‘made it right,’ has not sought a return of the vehicle, and upon information and belief, has made a profit from the improper sale,” the suit reads.

In addition to “substantial damages,” the suit says, “Ford also has lost almost two years of ambassadorship and brand value that Mr. Cena would have offered by owning the vehicle for the contractually required time.”

Alleging breach of contract, fraud and other counts, the suit seeks unspecified damages, and an order that Cena must hand over the profits from the resale of the car.

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