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2013 MWR Tag Team of the Year- Devin and Mason Cutter, The Hooligans

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 3, 2014

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In 2013 fans got to see a motivated and more focused Hooligan tag team than ever before. The brothers have been considered by many to be the premier tag team in the Midwest. They continued to thrill the fans throughout the MWR coverage area while invading a total of nine states that included the East Coast and South East region.

Over the course of the year they were able to capture the SNPW, PGP, and Zero 1 USA Tag Team Championships. During that time picked up wins against Zero Gravity, Davey Richards and Kyle O’Reilly, Kentucky Buffet in a cage match, If Looks Could Kill, Gary Jay and Alexander Rudolph, Cali 31 -Darren Dean and Aaron Solo, Bragg’N’Swagg – Randy Ray and Perry Winkle, Sons of Michigan – Ben Boone and N8 Mattson in a hardcore match, I.O.U. – Nick Iggy and Kerry Awful, Davey Vega and Jon Gresham, Veda Scott and Greg Iron and many more .

The first ever matchup with the Bum Rush Brothers went to a no contest at FIST Wrestling, and the team showed the world what they were capable of when they advanced to the finals of the Absolute Intense Wrestling Double Dare Tag Team tournament by defeating PWI Rookie of the Year Veda Scott and Greg Iron before losing to the tag team Nixon consisting of  Ricky Page and Bobby Beverly on IPPV.

The Hooligans would end the year with over 100 matches that many would say were the best of the year. For the first time ever a tag team in the MWR Coverage area would be named the MWR Tag Team of the Year for a second time, and that team is none other than Devin and Mason Cutter, The Hooligans.

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