Life away from the wrestling ring has certainly not been easy for former ECW and WWE Superstar Justin Credible, who has been quite outspoken and public about his history of drug and alcohol issues while working to get himself clean in recent years.
Unfortunately for Credible, real name PJ Polaco, he was arrested this past Tuesday and is currently incarcerated in at the New Haven Correctional Facility in New Haven, Connecticut. Polaco was placed under arrest for Felony Criminal Violation of a Protective Order and Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct and is currently being held on a $7,500 bond. While Polaco already has a court date scheduled for next March stemming from separate arrests in 2017 for Misdemeanor Disorderly Conduct and Misdemeanor Threatening 2nd Degree on top of Felony Criminal Violation of a Protective Order, Misdemeanor Breach of Peace 2nd Degree and Misdemeanor Criminal Mischief 2nd Degree, he is scheduled for a hearing for this most recent arrest on September 4th in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Polaco is most known for his time in ECW as Justin Credible where he was a one-time ECW World Heavyweight Champion and two-time ECW World Tag Team Champion alongside Lance Storm as The Impact Players. He also had multiple stints in WWE from 1994-1997 under a mask as Aldo Montoya, ‘The Portuguese Man O’ War’, then again from 2001-2003 most notably as a member of the faction X-Factor with X-Pac and Albert. He also made a brief return in 2006 when WWE relaunched ECW where he famously lost to CM Punk in Punk’s WWE debut.
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ROH News: First Match Revealed For Road To G1 Supercard San Antonio
Ring Of Honor reveals the first match for Road To G1 Supercard in San Antonio!
Ring Of Honor is back on the road beginning tomorrow night, as they head to Texas for three straight evenings with the Road To G1 Supercard events.
We’ve already seen quite a few matches revealed for tomorrow night’s show in Dallas and Friday’s in Houston, however all we’ve heard for Saturday in San Antonio is the yet to be determined Semi-Finals and Finals of Tag Wars. That has changed today as ROH announced the first official (kind of) match for the event as ‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll will go one-on-one with either Jonathan Gresham or Mark Haskins, depending on the events of Tag Wars:
The road to Madison Square Garden begins deep in the heart of Texas as the stars of Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling do battle on Road to G1 Supercard – San Antonio on Jan. 26!
Your favorite stars will be in action, jockeying for position as ROH heads toward 17th Anniversary in Las Vegas, the final stop on the Road to G1 Supercard in Baltimore, and finally, The World’s Most Famous Arena!
ROH’s return to San Antonio features Night 3 of Tag Wars, the semifinals and finals of a 12-team tournament for a shot at the ROH World Tag Team Titles at 17th Anniversary on March 15 and a spot in the Crockett Cup, a tag team tournament co-promoted by the NWA and ROH, on April 27.
In addition to Tag Wars bouts, a singles match pitting “The Villain” Marty Scurll against either Jonathan Gresham or Mark Haskins has been signed. Scurll’s opponent will be determined by the results of Night 1 of Tag Wars in Dallas.
“THE VILLAIN” MARTY SCURLL vs. JONATHAN GRESHAM OR MARK HASKINS
Marty Scurll is one of the top contenders for the ROH World Championship, and now with PCO and Brody King by his side as members of Villain Enterprises, “The Villain” is brimming with confidence and more dangerous than ever.
He will look to keep his momentum going in San Antonio against either Gresham or Haskins. Those two are entered in Tag Wars and will be on opposite sides on Night 1 in Dallas on Jan. 24, as Gresham and ROH World Champion Jay Lethal face Haskins and “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams. The winning team will continue in the tournament on Night 3, while Scurll will face the one who doesn’t advance out of Gresham and Haskins.
Regardless of who Scurll’s opponent is, “The Villain” undoubtedly will have his hands full. Gresham is one of the best technical wrestlers in the world, and Haskins was one of pro wrestling’s hottest free agents before he signed with ROH last month. Scurll and Haskins are no strangers to one another, as they have been both opponents and partners numerous times over the past decade in their home country of England.
All three nights of Road to G1 Supercard in Texas Jan. 24-26 will stream LIVE worldwide for HonorClub. Keep it locked to ROHWrestling.com and the ROH App for more match announcements.
ROAD TO G1 SUPERCARD – SAN ANTONIO
SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 2019
BELL TIME @ 07:00 PM CT
AUSTIN HIGHWAY EVENT CENTER
1948 AUSTIN HWY
SAN ANTONIO , TX 78218
TAG WARS FINALS
TAG WARS SEMIFINALS
“THE VILLAIN” MARTY SCURLL vs. JONATHAN GRESHAM OR MARK HASKINS
OTHER MATCHES FEATURING COMPETITORS FROM THE FIRST ROUND OF TAG WARS
SIGNED TO APPEAR:
ROH World Champion Jay Lethal
ROH World Television Champion Jeff Cobb
ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions The Kingdom (Matt Taven, TK O’Ryan & Vinny Marseglia)
PLUS MUCH MORE!
CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE
Press Release: Loads Of Updates From Team Vision Dojo
Team Vision Dojo keeps you up to date with all the latest happenings!
For Team Vision Dojo in Orlando, Florida, it seems there’s never a slow day with classes, training, special guests and more becoming a part of the daily routine.
Today, the Dojo sent The Chairshot the following press release updating all the latest going on including Ivelisse Velez back to lend a helping hand, as well as Santana Garrett and WWE Hall Of Famer Larry Zbysko:
What a day at the Team Vision Dojo! We had an Ivelisse Velez seminar and she was in a great mood! Graduate Santana Garrett has returned to training, helped with the open house, was a very positive readdition, and competed in the opening match for the I Believe in Wrestling event with a win over Sofia Castillo. Amber Nova continues to grow as a wrestler as she helped with all the classes, competed on the event, and will be seen tonight on the WWE Network facing Kairi Sane & Io Shirai. In the main event, we have new Florida Tag Team Champions as Aaron Epic and Night Chill won a triple threat match. They’ll be defending the titles at the next I Believe in Wrestling event against the former champions Critical Mayhem, Andrew Merlin and Carlos Gabriel, on Friday, February 1 at 8pm.
Ivelisse class group shot:
Beginner’s trial class group shot:
Multiple photos from classes:
What a day at the Dojo! Welcome back @SantanaGarrett_! @RealIvelisse continues to help everyone get better! @AmberNova73 competes the day before her @WWENXT match airs on the @WWENetwork! New Florida Tag Team Champions Epic & Chill! Deon James vs. Wildcard Miss Myrtle! Plus more! pic.twitter.com/qM7YteQgaO
— Team Vision Dojo (@TeamVisionDojo) January 23, 2019
Results from BELIEVE 177:
Florida ORLANDO—I Believe in Wrestling at the Team Vision Dojo: Santana Garrett pinned Sofia Castillo … Gorilla Blonco pinned Alex Santiago … Jason Dugan pinned Jarett Diaz … SCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Deon James pinned Miss Myrtle in a non-title match … La Pantera de Egipto submitted Cisco Sucio … Chasyn Rance pinned Dylyn D. … Amber Nova pinned Ali Mohammed … Aaron Epic & Night Chill beat AWA Florida Tag Team Champions Andrew Merlin & Carlos Gabriel and Jake Shadows & DeMarkus Cutler in a 3-way to win the titles.
Hector Guerrero seminar this Saturday. $35 membership rate and $50 drop in rate:
I BELIEVE IN WRESTLING
Friday, February 1, 2019 @ 8:00pm
TEAM VISION DOJO
6923 Narcoossee Rd #620
Orlando, FL 32822
Florida Heavyweight Championship
DEON JAMES vs. “UPGRADE” MIKE REED
Florida Tag Team Championship
EPIC & CHILL vs. CRITICAL MAYHEM
CHASYN RANCE vs. LA PANTERA DE EGIPTO
REMI DANILO vs. REY XION
SOFIA CASTILLO vs. MARINA TUCKER
Plus: LARRY ZBYSZKO, JD AMAZING, AMBER NOVA, KACI LENNOX, LEXI GOMEZ, and more!