Last night after the show, there was an incident in the parking lot between Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio‘s (R-AZ) Rough Justice (Republicans D.B. Ruff and Connor Justice- two former police officers fired due to their ‘extreme’ brand of justice) and a brand new tag team the 2 Live Gurus (Self help experts Guy Forgette and Jar Jar Banks).
Apparently, the 2 Live Gurus didn’t have their paperwork handy when confronted by Rough Justice and a scuffle broke out. PCW security was called for but due to PCW CEO Barack Obama’s (D-IL) new policy of not responding to anything Arizona-related no one came.
Finally, the Main Street Mafia (Russ Smith and Brian King) came to the 2 Live Guru’s aid and Rough Justice were driven off.
And speaking of the Main Street Mafia, Russ Smith had this to say about his appearance on PCW’s Red Brand show last Thursday night in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
“It was surreal. I knew I was being brought in to do the job for (PCW Red Brand Champion) Yamamoto Tanaka (R) but they stuffed all the Independent talent into one dressing room at The Palace while the Republican wrestlers all had their own separate dressing rooms. It was like being in the steerage section of the Titanic.”
Brad Company continues to wait for the PCW Super Court to lay down their decision concerning Barack Obama’s Healthcare Initiative.
And on the heels of Triple R’s (D) Pearl Harbor job on Charlie Blackwell of the American Heartland Coalition, PCW Executive Committee Chief Harry Reid (D-NV) announced earlier today that the main event this Thursday night at the PCW Blue Brand show in Chicago, Illinois will be: Triple R (D) vs. Charlie Blackwell.
The Red Brand will be in Charlotte, North Carolina Thursday night for their supershow.
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