This contest would be announced officially on social media but that didn’t mean it didn’t have its fair share of drama leading up to the bout.
Ken Warren and the YOLO Twins would officially join forces at this year’s Wrevolution X. After Ken Warren defeated his former wrestling teacher, Bombay Suarez, he would show up again later in the event to help the YOLO Twins become the inaugural PWR Tag Team Champions. And of course, following close behind and hungry for a chance at gold themselves was The Network.
In the previous “UnFather’s Day” event held at Eastwood, James “IDOL” Martinez and Alexander Belmonte III would get their chance to challenge the terrible twins from Katips for their tag team championships. Sadly, they were unable to come away with the gold. However, there was one member of The Network that did have gold around his waist and that was The Golden Boy, Chino Guinto.
Chino Guinto would capture the #PhilippineExcellence championship at Wrevolution X and although his Network counterparts were also victorious in their matches at Wrevolution X, Chino Guinto’s win was not met with the fanfare he would have expected but instead might have sparked some jealousy from his boss, IDOL.
Without a doubt this match had a lot of combustible elements going into it.
Would Ken Warren & The YOLO Twins’ shorter time as a team together be to their detriment against the tenured Network? Would The Network be able to put their differences aside to notch a much needed win?
Watch how the story unfolds as Ken Warren & The YOLO Twins take on The Network in 6-Man Tag Team Action at PWR Renaissance 2017.