GCW Announces ‘The Art Of War Games’, Mark Sterling Teases Lawsuit For Fans’ Actions At GCW Homecoming
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Game Changer Wrestling is going to war.
More specifically, several of the promotion’s top stars will collide in a War Games style match at “The Art of War Games”on September 4.
At GCW Homecoming: Part Two, the promotion announced that former world champion Nick Gage, AJ Gray, Mance Warner, Matthew Justice, Alex Colon and Effy will face Rickey Shane Page and the rest of 44.OH! (Atticus Cogar, Eddy Only, Gregory Iron, Eric Ryan, and Bobby Beverly) in the bout. The contest was arranged when Gage’s teammates saved him from an assault at the hands of RSP and his cohorts on Sunday.
Just Announced at Day 2 of #GCWHomecoming…
"The Art of War" on September 4th in Chicago is now…
*THE ART OF WAR GAMES*
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) July 26, 2021
Mark Sterling Teases Lawsuit For Fans’ Actions At GCW Homecoming
Matt Cardona’s victory over Nick Gage at GCW Homecoming: Part One was a controversial result, but the fans’ reaction to Cardona’s win has generated just as much conversation. Following Cardona’s crowning moment as the GCW World Champion, the fans in attendance pelted cans and bottles at Cardona to show their frustration.
At GCW Homecoming: Part Two, Mark Sterling, speaking on Cardona’s behalf, revealed that the new champion is considering suing Gage for attempted murder for his violent actions during their match. But to avoid the risk that GCW would overturn the match’s decision, Cardona and Sterling are in the process of filing a class-action lawsuit against GCW fans, who Cardona calls the “GCW Universe.”
In his promo, Sterling also suggested that the new champion will rename his title the GCW Universal Championship. (H/t Gisberto Guzzo of Fightful.)
— Smart Mark Sterling, Esq. (@MarkSterlingEsq) July 26, 2021