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Congratulations to Evan Bourne for becoming one half of the WWE Tag Team Champs with Kofi Kingston.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 22, 2011

MWR would like to send out a congratulations to one of the most exciting wrestlers in the sport today, St Louis’s own Evan Bourne who tonight with Kofi Kingston defeated McGillicutty and Otunga for the WWE Tag team Championships.

Before becoming a World Champion Evan Bourne thrilled fans in the Midwest while earning the reputation as one of the premier high flyers today.

Bourne, of course is the brother to Midwest Superstar Mike Sydal who can currently be seen around the Midwest including this friday’s 3XWrestling King of Des Moines tournament taking on Chad Mylan’s protégé The Mauler.

Once again congratulation goes out to Evan Bourne for this monumental moment in his career.

One Response to “Congratulations to Evan Bourne for becoming one half of the WWE Tag Team Champs with Kofi Kingston.”

  1. Herb Simmons said

    Your right Brian, Evan is an example of local person making good. Hope this shows other workers that with hard work over the long haul it will pay off. I watched his brother last week in Chicago where he was the winner in the ROH television taping. I beleive we are just seeing the start of good things for both of these great workers.

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