15 To Watch in 2015

15. Cremator Von Slasher
Cremator Von Slasher
Last March, after losing the Big West Title in Osoyoos, Cremator Von Slasher found himself suspended from Big West indefinitely by then-Commissioner, West Coast Warrior: not surprising when he trashed the dressing room after the show! When Warrior stepped down from his post at the end of 2014, the new Championship Committee decided to remove all past suspensions…and there are sinister whispers that the longest-reigning Big West Television Champion in history might return for some measure of revenge on the promotion he enjoyed terrorizing for several years.

But while Cremator was gone, his little brother, Rigor, aligned himself with “Dastardly” Danni Deeds and the House of Hell…a group of men that Cremator has violently feuded with the past few years. Will the Von Slasher Family reunite to run roughshod over Big West once again, or will Cremator find himself the odd man out? Or can he actually get along with the House Of Hell and put aside old grudges going into 2015? We shudder at the thought of the House adding a 6-foot-10 masked madman to the fold…

The Word On The Bird

10941016_398470850321637_5737014661363203753_nWe’ve gotten some breaking news out of Birdland, and sadly: we almost mean that literally.  On Friday, January 16 at REACH FOR THE SKY, Andy The Dreadful Bird suffered a dislocated rib and will be out of action for an indefinite period of time.

While everyone knows Andy for being a high-flying and fun-loving wrestler from Pukkaluck County, it’s imperative that we make mention the true strength and determination Andy possesses: the injury was suffered BEFORE he went “beak to nose and talons to toes” with four other men in the grueling K5 Ladder Match main event!

The injury puts on hold several Big West matches Andy was scheduled to have in the first few months of 2015, including a tag team rematch of The Mean Machines against the Pukkaluck Express (Bird & KROFTON), as well as a much-deserved second shot at the Big West Television Title. We wish Andy a speedy recovery, and a return to the Okanagan very soon!

COUGAR MEAT: They’re bad…they’re nationwide?

10872925_382695348565854_4419436565614128331_o Big changes are in store for the Cougar Meat tandem of Collin Cutler & Kyle Sebastian, as word on the street is “The Future Legend” is relocating away from the Okanagan. With the duo splitting up, geographically, it means that there might be spots available in the group to ensure dominance throughout Western Canada. With Cutler the reigning Number One Contender to the Big West Television Title, after winning the Okanagan Cup in December, will we see him with a new partner in crime in Kelowna over the coming months? We do know that Cutler isn’t happy that “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar gets the first shot at “Dastardly” Danni Deeds and the title at BAD TO THE BONE, and we wonder how that will play out on February 20 at Lake City Bowling & Billiards.  Better grab your tickets soon, and make sure you don’t miss out on the pending fireworks!

Bonding Time…

This disturbing video link was emailed to Big West Wrestling officials recently. Viewer discretion is advised…



Cremator Von Slasher

The 2014 Big West Wrestling season began the same way that 2013 did: with the Von Slasher clan causing mayhem and destruction. This year, KC Spinelli and Andy The Dreadful Bird were the primary victims, at the January 24 HERE WE GO! event at Lake City Bowling in Kelowna. In the first Main Event of the year, Cremator Von Slasher (pictured) battled a game Bird, but outside distractions from the pesky Rigor Von Slasher and a thunderous “Incinerator” chokeslam left Andy laying, and Cremator still with the Big West Television Championship in his iron grasp.

Meanwhile, Spinelli and Riea Von Slasher continued their brutal 2013 Feud Of The Year, one that has spread through three wrestling promotions and garnered serious internet attention. This time, it was under “Tables Match” rules, and it looked like Spinelli was about to win another one: she had Riea on a table outside the ring, and was prepared to pounce off the top turnbuckle…but then Cremator and Rigor struck, handcuffing Spinelli and helping Riea drag her out of the building! As the fans sat in shocked silence, and the match was thrown out as a No-Contest, Riea stuffed Spinelli into a waiting car and sped off into the Kelowna night! Neither woman returned before the end of the show, and neither woman can be reached at this time. Where is Riea, and where is Spinelli…and is she safe?

For her actions, Riea has been suspended from Big West for 60 days; but the Von Slasher boys are still stirring the pot. At the end of HERE WE GO! they challenged “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar & Ritchie Destiny to a tag bout in the very near future. Destiny and Sugar formed an impromptu team on January 24 to battle “The Family Jules” duo of Meniac M.D. & Raunchy Jules…and came up short, after dirty tricks from The Family. Post-match communication nearly brought Destiny and Sugar to blows, and Cremator decided to prey on that: as both men saved Andy Bird from a post-match assault on January 24, Cremator issued the tag challenge: not only questioning Sugar’s ability to maintain ANY friends in the wrestling business, but stating that “no bond is stronger than family.”

It remains to be seen if this potential tag team tilt will happen at the February 28 HURTS SO GOOD III event at Lake City, which is already headlined by Big West’s first-ever “Fans Bring The Weapons” Battle Royale.


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