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Monsters vs. Machines: New TURBO Tag Team Champions To Be Crowned At Aftershock

Pro Wrestling Turbo is set to feel the Aftershock this Friday night at The Spinning Jenny in Greer just six weeks removed from the 5th Anniversary Show. With that being said, there are plenty of questions to be answered:

  • What’s next for Mad Dog?

  • What happened to WrestleRanger?

  • Who will be the first to challenge Patrick Scott for the TURBO World Championship?

  • Who’s the next TURBO Scramble Champion?

  • And who will be the first-ever TURBO Tag Team Champions?

The word “historic” gets thrown around in the pro wrestling industry, but August 11 will mark a very important night for Pro Wrestling TUBRO with the guaranteed crowning of not one, but TWO new champions.

Monsters vs. Machines

Aftershock’s main event will see Monster Squad’s Joshua Cutshall and Billy Brash take on The High-Flying Star Machines' Bojack and Diego Hill in the finals of the TURBO Tag League. Both teams reached this opportunity by outlasting The Key and The Reality in their respective semi-final matches on June 30.

Bojack and Diego have teamed up three times in TURBO. Their debut at A Brew Hope in March 2022 was upset by The Reality, which would lay the groundwork for their eventual rematch. But at the 4th Anniversary Show in May 2022, The High-Flying Star Machines scored a big win over Big Game James and BK Westbrook. It all came full circle one year later when the dynamic duo took back their win over The Reality in the opening match of the 5th Anniversary Show.

Their tag team history goes beyond the confines of TURBO, although Bojack and Diego have never held tag team gold together. Bojack is a three-time tag team champion in his own right while Diego is looking to accomplish that accolade on Friday.

Joshua Cutshall and Billy Brash made their TURBO tag team debut on June 30 with their victory over The Key. However, they certainly are not the underdogs. The Monster Squad has far more experience as a tag team dating back to 2016. They are also former two-time Viral Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions together.

Cutshall has established himself as a TURBO mainstay, having competed for the promotion since 2018. He dethroned Patrick Scott for the TURBO World Championship in 2021 and went on to have notable defenses against Big Game James and Anthony Henry while his partner Brash recovered from injury. The Monster Squad is now back in full force with their sights set on more gold.

Cutshall has had run-ins in the past with Bojack at our sister promotion, Palmetto Championship Wrestling, while Brash has tangled with both of them in multi-man matches in AML. What little history they have as opponents may be enough to sway the outcome.

Seeking Redemption

As for the rest of the competitors announced for Aftershock, redemption is certainly at stake.

Fresh off having his guaranteed world title shot stolen from him, WrestleRanger takes on internet sensation Manscout Jake Manning. Last we saw Manscout, he defeated another rising star in D'Angelo.

Dean Richards’ two-year winning streak came to an end at the hands of Spirit Machine TK on June 30, but he’s not stopping to dwell on it. Rather, he’ll battle AEW/Ring of Honor star James D. Drake in what is sure to be a physical encounter.

After challenging for the TURBO Scramble Championship on a number of occasions, Aricademia (with her dad, Solar) returns to singles action when she takes on Selina Rose (with her daddy, James Johnson).

And finally, a huge TURBO Scramble Championship match will feature six competitors: Spirit Machine TK vs. Raylen Albey vs. Brittany Jade vs. Elijah Proctor vs. Rudy Jay vs. a mystery opponent. Who will etch their place in history as the third title holder to potentially earn a future world title shot? And could the mystery competitor change the landscape of Pro Wrestling TURBO as we know it?

Be there at The Spinning Jenny in Greer this Friday to find out who walks away with gold and who survives the Aftershock. Tickets are still available at

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