Resistance Pro put on another great show with their "Delirium" show last week. The night featured a title change and two excellent title defenses, along with a solid undercard. Colt Cabana returned after a lengthy absence and Tessa Blanchard made her RPro debut. For all of the details, check out my story for Tru School Sports can be found at Resistance Pro's "Delirium" Recap and Review.
Right here though, I want to concentrate on friends at RPro. Several of my friends have attended RPro shows. Every one of them has returned for another RPro show, too! Such was the case with my old bud Darryl Corter.
Darryl and I met way too many years ago at Lerner Newspapers. He left, became a policeman and started a family. Saturday, he brought the youngest member of his family to the RPro show.
Little Pierce was a bit overwhelmed by the action and noise, but he quickly got over it and got into the action. He even posed for pictures with some of the wrestlers at intermission.
It was great to see Darryl and even better to see his young son. It warms my heart and I am very happy for Darryl. Don't tell him, but I admit he is a good dude.
RPro is about family and friends. It's not just lip service at RPro. These people don't keep coming back and bringing others just to support me.
It has been a bit of a winding road at RPro, especially of late, but family and friends stick together. Families and friends grow together. I love the picture below. It represents all that is good at RPro.
Pierce and Darryl Corter and me in Summit, IL-May 2015.