Preview: H20 Undiscovered #26 6/15/20

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June 19 - IWA MS Unfinished Business (onDemand)
June 27 - ICW NHB Vol 2: DeathMatch Drive-In
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Best friends are set to collide as H20 Wrestling returns to live action with Undiscovered #26 at the H20 Wrestling Center.

Austin Luke takes on fellow fan favorite and best friend Dyln McKay live on IWTV.Live at 8PM.

"I'm preparing as I'd normally prepare," Luke told me, just a day away from his battle with McKay. "I'd be messing myself up, i feel, If i changed my preparations,".

When asked how he stayed in ring shape during the lengthy time off, Luke said he did a lot of heavy bag stuff.

I asked Luke if he was worried about ring rust:

"No, it’s like riding a bike," Luke replied.  "I don’t think I could ever forget how to wrestle. Plus I’ve just gotten so comfortable in a ring. Much more comfortable than I used to be."

It'll be interesting to see how the time off effects each man on the show, but H20 Owner Matt Tremont assures that they've taken the safety of the wrestlers and fans in attendance very serious.

"We're very excited to get back to work and keeping business going," Tremont told me, during our chat. "We've taken all precautions to make sure the facility is ready, allowing for the (regulated) volume of people, and maintaining a very sanitary environment."

Also slated to participate in the event are Nicholas Grande, Jonny Nova, "President" Edward Hawkins, Marcus Mathers, Stan Stylez and more!

Those participating on Monday are part of the Undiscovered Student showcases that take place every other Monday.

H20 will also be running a FREE fan fest on the 20th, outside the H20 Wrestling Center, and return to action on IWTV July 3rd for a very special "Subterranean Violence Vol: #7".

In Other News ....

Injuries have struck two high profile wrestlers over the course of the last week:

AEW's Kris Statlander suffered an ACL tear which will leave her out of action for up to six to eight months, while WWE superstar, Edge, tore his tricep during "the greatest match of all time," at the Backlash 2020 taping. No word on when he'll be back, though I've heard six months for him, as well.

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