Who doesn’t love a quickie? After that Patriots win, that’s all I’m going to have time for before I call it a night.
But before we get into all the Jonny stuff… If you email me (email@example.com) with proof of a donation of at least $100 to one of the following charaties
I will send you a link to a free match download. You get to do some good and get a free Jonny match, I don’t see the downside. So act now and let’s do some good together before the holiday season.
Now onto all things Firestorm
I’m going to be in the DC/VA area the weekend of January 9-11th. I could extend my trip if anybody wanted to do some private wrestling. I won’t be available on the 10th at all, or the 11th for the first half of the day. As of right now I plan on flying into DCA but I haven’t booked my flight yet so I’m open to switching airports if need be.
I’m going to write about what I’ve been up to in more detail later but I just wanted to get a quick update out for now. I have some exciting things I’m working on, or at least I think they are. I’m still wicked behind on emails, making an effort to catch up and go through them all. I’ve also discovered that a bunch of emails ended up in my spam folder. So some of you should be getting some very late, random responses from me.
The store has been updated with a brand new downloadable match. This match is the debut of a brand new web series called “The Challenger”. I issued an open challenge to anybody who had the balls to step into the ring with me, and Flash LaCash was the first person to step up to the plate. Flash is skilled pro hunk, with a pretty significant height and weight advantage over me. He’s the perfect opponent for me to kick off “The Challenger” series against. We go toe to toe in a 20 minute, sweaty, back and forth pro battle with multiple submissions and pin falls. The Challenger 1: Jonny Firestorm vs. Flash LaCash is available as a $25 download in the store.
Speaking of Flash LaCash, he’s in one of the latest BG East products, Demolition 18. Check it out and let me know who you think did a better job working over Jake Jenkins, Flash or me on the award winning (best squash match of the year), Jobberpaloozer 12: The works?