Lucha Xtreme Season 2 Episode 45 Preview of Free Show

February 26, 2013 by
Filed under: Press Release, Wrestling News 

On the February 23rd episode of “Lucha Xtreme,” the show kicks off with “INS Legacy” Brian Tannen going up against the ruthless LJ Summers. Tannen seems to have packed on more muscle every time he appears in a Lucha Xtreme Wrestling Entertainment ring, so it will be interesting to see what Summers’ game plan will be against his powerful foe.

It will also be West against East as “The American Soldier” Matt Sparks tries to score a win against the Russian Sasha Darevko. Sparks has a lot of heart, and his American pride shows through in every match.

In recent months, Brandon Groom has really been plowing through the competition in Lucha Xtreme Wrestling Entertainment, and he looks to continue his winning ways against another big, mean Russian, Sasha Darevko’s brother Alexis Darevko. Will Alexis Darevko be another stepping stone to a title shot for Groom against current LX World Champion A.J. Kirsch

In the main event, “INS Enforcer” JR Kratos will go toe-to-toe against the masked Aparicao. There is no love lost between these two men. Look for Aparicao to use his lightning-quick speed to help him gain the upper hand against the mammoth Kratos.

Lucha Xtreme Wrestling Entertainment is an independent professional wrestling company that fuses both the lucha libre and American styles of professional wrestling. The company’s athletes have thrilled fans around the world.

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