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3XW’s Mark Sterling is ready for war -By Mark Campos

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 2, 2011

 

By Mark Campos

Two men enter! One man leaves! At next months 3XWrestling show, “Divide and Conquer”, a 60 minute Iron Man No Disqualification match will take place at the Des Moines Social Club! Mark Sterling will take on former 3XW Heavyweight champion “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt in a match that will be a ferocious battle with one man finally laying claim to being the best in the Midwest.

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Mark Sterling debuted in 3XW in 2006 at “Retribution” at the legendary One Dollar Fitness Center (aka Devin Carters’ home). He had already built a solid reputation around the Midwest as he has been the NWA Central States champion, NWA Kansas champ and a NWA Midwest Tag Team champion. During that first year Sterling, who had much shorter hair at the time, established himself as great technical wrestler that could hold his own against anyone.

In late 2007 a change started to take place within Mark Sterling. He grew his hair out longer and added facial hair along with a lot more muscle. He began to get more intense during his matches and started talking more on the mic. He joined forces with Gage Octane and “Commissioner” Todd Countryman to form the original “Gentlemen’s Club”. In 2008 Sterling would win the 3XW Pure championship from Maddog McDowell of course with the help of the sneaky “Commissioner”. With Sterling now having backup at his beckoning call his new attitude became even more intensive then before! He came out to the ring like a mad man calling out wrestlers and yelling at fans and scaring small children. He would even taunt the 3XW crowd by daring anyone to do more push ups then he could and of course nobody could.

In the ring Sterling was now even more dangerous and would cheat at all times in an effort to get the win. He was all business when he got in the ring and his opponents knew it as Sterling would anxiously wait to get his hands on whoever crossed him. Sterling and Octane would take the Tag Team titles and hold on to them for eleven months before finally losing them to “The High Flyers”. After this loss Sterling and Octane went after “The Horndogs” before getting a rematch for the belts but during this time Sterling began to show a new face.

As passionate as Sterling is about winning he now started showing respect for those he fought in competition. After losing a hard fought match with “The High Flyers”, one in which Sterling stopped “The Gentlemen’s Club” from interfering; Octane, Countryman and Casanova attacked the “Flyers” from behind. An already enraged Sterling assaulted his former teammates but was out numbered and left unconscious in the ring.

Mark Sterling came back not long after for revenge on his one time stable mates and seemed content on finishing them off for good. But unfortunately a man known as “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt had other plans. These two superstars meet during the final for the “King of Des Moines 2010 Tournament” in what turned out to be a classic match up and saw the crowing of King Sterling. This feud started way before they met at 3XW though as these two Kansas natives have fought over 100 times in other promotions around the country.

At “Clobberpalooza Classic III” they had the rematch from the previous month’s tournament and saw Wyatt get the pin. Sterling challenged Wyatt again to a two out three falls bout at “Halloween Horror 4” and this time Wyatt used the assistance of a steel chair to knock out Sterling and get the win. Then at “November Knockout 2” Sterling and Wyatt hand picked each others opponents. They each won their match and at the end of Sterlings’ match a masked man appeared on the entrance but to everyone’s surprise Wyatt came from behind to attack him. The other wrestlers tried to keep them apart but to no avail as these men wanted blood! Sterling grabbed the microphone and challenged Wyatt once and for all to a one hour Iron Man match. Wyatt agreed but only if it is No Disqualification! Mark Sterling has trained a lifetime for this match and Wyatt will come prepared to fight to the death.

There’s only one way to see the bad blood between these two come to an end and that is to come out to “Divide and Conquer” and see which man remains standing!

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“Divide and Conquer” will be held at the Des Moines Social Club on Friday, January 7th located at 1408 Locust Street in Des Moines, IA. Tickets can be purchased online at 3XWrestling.com or at Cup O’Kryptonite and both Jay’s CD and Hobby locations. Advance presale tickets cost $12 for adults and $6 for kids 10 and under. Ticket will also be sold the night of the show at $15 for adults, $6 for kids 10 and under and kids 3 and under are free. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. with the bell time being 7:30 p.m. Sterling will destroy all!

One Response to “3XW’s Mark Sterling is ready for war -By Mark Campos”

  1. […] By Mark Campos Two men enter! One man leaves! At next months 3XWrestling show, “Divide and Conquer”, a 60 minute Iron Man No Disqualification match will take place at the Des Moines Social Club! Mark Sterling will take on former 3XW Heavyweight champion “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt in a match that will be a ferocious battle with one man finally laying claim to being the best in the Midwest. Mark … Read More […]

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