Establishing itself as *the* outlet for professional wrestlers to give match-day interviews and receive, in return, a virtual guarantee of victory, Bleeding Cool interviewed Ring of Honor star Vinny Marseglia just hours before he went on to win the ROH 6-Man Tag Championships at War of the Worlds in Lowell last night. While Bleeding Cool’s interview had nothing to do with the victory, it cannot be ruled out that the interview served as a good luck charm which helped tip fate in favor of a bizarre chain of events that led to Marseglia winning a championship in a match that wasn’t even originally scheduled.
Following the Bleeding Cool interview with Marseglia, Ring of Honor Champion Dalton Castle came out at War of the Worlds to tell the crowd he wouldn’t be competing in his scheduled match against Matt Taven due to injuries, ordering his manservants, The Boys, to toss croissants into the crowd as a consolation. After Castle left, Marseglia and TK O’Ryan made their entrance, only to be joined by Taven, who claimed that Castle had “lost his smile in Lowell,” railed against the Conspiracy, and vowed to win the championship eventually.
Taven joined the commentary while the other members of The Kingdom wrestled Coast 2 Coast in their scheduled match. It looked like The Kingdom would emerge victorious, when SoCal Uncensored arrived to steal back two of the three 6-Man Tag Championship belts the Kingdom had stolen from them at Supercard of Honor. Distracted, Marseglia was rolled up for the pin by Leon St. Giovanni. After the match, Taven goaded SoCal Uncensored into putting the belts officially on the line in a match. SoCal accepted, and later in the night, The Kingdom won the match in front of an appreciative hometown crowd.
Congratulations to Marseglia and The Kingdom on their victory, and to other pro wrestlers who want to get a little bit of that “Bleeding Cool luck” before a big match, get in touch! Remember that Christopher Daniels won his first-ever ROH World Championship last year after speaking to Bleeding Cool as well.
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