Aside from the excellent matches, we all had a lot of fun with the wrestlers. Sexy K.C. was the first to make an impression on the kids, when he shoved me into a wall. Stonewall didn't physically attack anyone, but he yelled at the kids. K.C. came out again and had to shove me again. I don't think he likes me very much. On the good side, "the Lost Soul" Chris Cairo high-fived all of the kids.
The real highlight for the kids was when GQ came out and immediately saw their signs and Greek flags. He gave them all high-fives and even sat next to them, as his opponent Sexy K.C. stalled outside of the ring. GQ was pinned by K.C. (after some shenanigans), but still celebrated with the boys after his match.
After the show, the boys took pictures with several of the wrestlers, even the "bad" guys. With no disrespect to the others, I think it is safe to say that GQ was their favorite.
The fun was not over for the JohngysBeat.com crew, resident heel Scott Beatty scored an interview with POWW Heavyweight champ Cairo. "The Lost Soul" talked about what it mean to be champ, the good and bad of being champ and more. For more info on him, check out Chris Cairo on Facebook.
I was pleased to get an interview with POWW owner Jimmy Blaze, despite being a bit exhausted from the night's action. The Psychotic One talked about the new year in POWW, the challenges POWW he faces and more. Check out the Jim Blaze Facebook page or go to POWWEntertainment.com to learn all about Blaze and POWW.