They say that you can't teach an old dog new tricks, but on April 19th, Jagger is looking to show Ali Steele and the SWE fans some tricks of his own.
Turning 38 years old next month and with over 15 years in the wrestling business, Jagger feels like he still has something left to prove. "He found me in the locker room at "All for Wayne" and asked me for a chance at the champ", said Neal Rouse, SWE General Manager. "I've known Jagger for a long time, he wouldn't ask if he wasn't ready."
"I'm in the best shape of my life", Jagger told feeltheshock.com. "A year and a half ago I was almost 300lbs. Right now I am at 215 and feel like I can conquer the world." Conquering the wrestling world means being the champ. "Right now, Ali is the best......at least on paper", Jagger said. "On April 19th, I plan to put him to the test. In fact, I plan to leave there with his belt around my waist."
Feeltheshock.com has reached out to Ali Steele and the Gorilla Squad camp for comment, but have so far gotten no reply. According to sources close to the group, the Gorilla Squad is "very displeased" with the events that took place at "All for Wayne" after Michael Devine was forced to defend the SWE Tag Team Championship with a new Gorilla Squad member due to his partner of record, Dee Mack, choosing not to attend the event. The Gorilla Squad lost their titles to newcomers, The Empire. The Gorilla Squad was overheard vowing to wreak havoc on the entire SWE roster and limiting communication with SWE officials until they get back what they feel is rightfully theirs. They will get their chance at redemption in just over two weeks, but they will have to go through a newly reformed Team Fabulous who will be looking for some revenge of their own,
April 19th promises to be an action packed night as SWE presents "Uprising". Get you tickets now using the paypal button on the right of your screen!