Mr Williams debuted at Alpha Omega’s Rising Stars show in what was supposed to be an in ring interview segment entitled “The Classroom”. This quickly devolved when his harsh attitude towards his guest Lucy Sky led to an impromptu match between the two! The crafty teacher sneakily got the win against Sky with very little harm done (excluding a massive slap from the youngster!).
Mr Williams wasn’t happy that night though as a masked sensation by the name of E-Bomb stole the show, and get a hero’s welcome from the Morecambe crowd.
Williams returned at Love & War, informing the fans that the #MorecambeRaffle in aid of Morecambe Bay Foodbank wouldn’t be necessary if the fans simply “got a job”. E-Bomb made a surprise return as he dispatched Williams with a missile dropkick to allow the raffle to continue as planned.
This angered Mr Williams even further and he was convinced that timekeeper Ethan Buckel was E-Bomb in disguise!
Ethan strongly disputed this fact, after all, he is very busy helping out with all facets of the show during the night.
At War on the Shore, we had a six man elimination match to crown a #1 contender to the Alpha Omega Championship. Williams looked on course to claim victory, having taken full advantage of the no disqualification stipulation to eliminate Shaun Vasey and Rikki Kray – until E-Bomb appeared. This distraction cost Williams the match to the eventual winner, Joey Hayes.
Now Mr Williams is determined to prove a point, he may not be able to prove who E-Bomb is, but he can prove that he deserves to be #1 contender by defeating Joey one on one!
Hayes is never one to back down from a challenge and has relished the opportunity to put the brash teacher in detention!