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From The Broadcast Booth with JAKE Black...7/12/10
Monday, July 12, 2010 @ 12:28pm EDT

From The Broadcast Booth with JAKE Black…

July 10th, 2010 will go down as one of the most unique days in Philly wrestling history. In the afternoon, nearly 800 people gathered at the Arena in South Philadelphia to celebrate the life of one of the best pro wrestlers of the last decade and CZW great, Trent Acid. Later that evening
CZW celebrated it’s 106th show in The (ECW) Arena surpassing the amount of show Eastern/Extreme Championship Wrestling held in the building with “Home Sweet Home”.

There are a ton of stories you can think about from both these events, but the thing that stood out to me is the man who in the main event of both these shows, Devon Moore. It’s no secret that I support Moore with the same passion that a teenage girl cherishes their Taylor Lautner cardboard cutout.

At Acid Fest, Moore wrestled in honor of the man he looked up to as if he was his older brother, his mentor Trent Acid. Moore couldn’t hide his emotion when he was in the ring readying for the main event, the realization that Acid was gone had set in. At “Home Sweet Home”, it didn’t get any easier for Moore as he battled his best friend in this sport, Drew Blood in a “Loser Must Retire” match. Once again, Moore couldn’t hide his emotion in the ring, the issue between him and his former best friend had come this far and this is how it was going to be settled. I was on the side it didn’t need to happen like this, for weeks I talked to both on  the phone and sent constant text messages (until I finally realized one of them didn’t have a texting service) trying to convince them they didn’t need face off in a match with such high stakes. After Moore beat Blood in an epic battle, Moore got very emotional as he realized he had ended his best friend’s career.

Briefly talking to Moore after the show I noticed a change in his attitude. Yes, he’s still a scumbag, but he seemed like he was ready to take his career in a new direction.

- JAKE Black


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