A show that descended into chaos, as many advertised talents were unable to compete due to various reasons. This left openings for other wrestlers to step in and take their shot.
Tu Byt was one such wrestler.
Still very young, in his debut year of competing, he stepped into the Morecambe ring, grabbed the mic and told everyone how great he was.
He was so confident he issued an open challenge to anyone in the back to come out and face him.
That moment the roof nearly blew off as The War Machine Craig Kollins made his return to action.
Kollins had been out for the best part of a year after surgery and having his injury exacerbated by an attack at the hands of BB, and he immediately showed everyone why he was a former champion as he displayed his technique, power, agility, and dominated the young “two bit gangster”.
A cryptic BB video played on screen however, and this distraction was all it took as Tu Byt rolled up Craig and got the shock 1, 2, 3!
After that insane victory, Tu Byt wouldn’t let anyone forget that he “beet” Craig Kollins in his debut.
Even now, a year later, Tu Byt has been on a losing streak like never seen before. And despite his in ring improvements, his attitude is holding him back, and he refuses to let go of the past, and how he is the “Kollins Slayer”.
Craig ended his feud with BB after a last man standing match and took out Andre Dekker in brutal fashion, and in a backstage altercation with Rick Markus after the Golden Chance rumble, he seems more driven and dangerous than ever. But Tu Byt issued a challenge. He wants a rematch against Kollins.
Maybe Tu Byt has a plan? Maybe he’s insane? We won’t have to wait long to find out as November 24th it’s a fight 16 months in the making as Craig Kollins and Tu Byt go one on one.