After this week’s edition of Refueled went off the air, a dark match took place in the Colonial Life Arena featuring TEN-X Program participant Tyler Streets taking on local South Carolina talent Jordan “Buck” Wyld. Streets picked up a win in a relatively one sided matchup, but was noticeably distracted during the match as he continued to banter with a hostile local crowd.
Normally, a match like this would have preceded the show instead of ending it, but staff believe that the change was made last minute in order to accommodate the special guests at ringside. In addition to the accompaniment of CEO Michael Lee Best, who has curiously ALSO been in attendance for Tyler’s matches in Missouri Valley Wrestling, the duo was joined by TEN-X trainer and wrestling legend Dan Ryan. The South Carolina crowd went absolutely crazy for Ryan, who has not been seen anywhere near an HOW ring in quite some time.
Both Dan Ryan and Michael Best were actively coaching Tyler through his match, and are reportedly very pleased with his progress. No comment was made available as to if or when Streets would be offered an official contract with High Octane Wrestling, but with all of the press being issues regarding Tyler’s progress in TEN-X, one would assume that a contract offer will come sooner rather than later.