Before we jump into Circus Maximus craziness, I wanted to delve into the Gateway Heritage Champion: Jeremy Wyatt.
Jeremy Wyatt is the man. That’s honestly the only way to even begin speaking about him. He’s helped bring a new light to the Gateway Heritage Championship (formerly the SLA Heavyweight championship) and to the Midwest scene as a whole. Wyatt is a different type of man. He exudes confidence and prowess in a way not many of people within the world of wrestling do.
Currently, he is on his 278th day as Gateway champion. A reign that has seen him defend the belt against Larry D (twice), Jake Parnell, Jonathan Gresham (and if you haven’t seen this, please go out of your way to watch it), and Hoodie Howlett. Those are just the matches he’s had within Anarchy since the return last year. Outside, he’s defended the belt against Jimmy Jacobs at Journey Pro and Everett Connors at PWCS.
Wyatt is conniving, articulate, a step ahead of most, and extremely calm. He is dangerous in the ring because he seems to know when someone will make a mistake before they know it. His pure rules matches are nothing less than masterpieces with how he outsmarts everyone who steps in the ring with him. I mentioned earlier that everyone should watch Gresham match. The atmosphere during that match was unmatched. Most people seemed to think that Gresham had Wyatt’s number but once again, Wyatt proved to be a step ahead. There aren’t very many men who are easy to boo, but Wyatt is at the top of that list.
Going into Circus Maximus, he sees another match against Jake Parnell. Will he be able to outsmart the Warhorse or will the Warhorse finally have Wyatt’s number to get the belt that has been alluding him? July 19th, 2019, we get our answer.