2012, Jynkz is riding high in Morecambe as the XWA Flyweight and “Best in the North-West” champion.
At the same time, a new trainee arrives at the XWA training centre. His name? Ryan Grayson.
The two young men instantly clash. Both very competative, and the in-built Edinburgh v Glasgow rivalry not helping relations between the two.
Not to mention that at this time, Jynkz was becoming increasingly frustrated with the direction of Morecambe wrestling at the time, and seeing the future in the shape of Grayson didn’t help. Jynkz was determined to keep going for the fans, where Grayson was determined to eclipse his rival and become the new top dog in Morecambe. Not for the fans, but for himself.
As Jynkz retired from in-ring action, Grayson – calling himself “The Edinburgh Elite” – took his spot on Morecambe shows.
In the following years, Grayson used his skill in the ring and his manipulative ability to climb the ranks to become King Ryan Grayson: Alpha Omega Champion.
All the while, Jynkz was watching from the sidelines.
At the end of 2017 the two clashed physically at an Alpha Omega show. But little did Grayson know that Jynkz had agreed with Alpha Omega management to make an in-ring return, and at Outbreak 2018 that in-ring return paid dividends.
Winning a six-man elimination match, Jynkz’s first match in 5 years ended with him becoming the #1 contender to Grayson’s Alpha Omega Championship.
Later that night, Grayson escaped a brutal title match with his championship intact, but Jynkz assisted the former Referendum stablemates in a post match revenge beat down of the King. This lead to an altercation between the two backstage.
Grayson is angrier, and possibly deadlier than ever. Meanwhile Jynkz has spent less than ten minutes in ring in five years.
But that will probably mean nothing as this title match has FIGHT written all over it.
Six years of competitiveness and anger all boils down to this one moment.
Grayson, Jynkz, for the Alpha Omega Championship.