The following was reported by Buck Woodward and

Jersey All Pro Wrestling returned to Rahway, New Jersey on July 17th with some interesting developments taking place.

The scheduled main event of Rhyno vs. The Sandman had to be changed when The Sandman no-showed the event. I know Sandman was advertised to wrestle in Puerto Rico this weekend at one point, so that may be the reason. Instead, Rhyno wrestled, and defeated, Balls Mahoney.

Teddy Hart, one-half of the Jersey All Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions with Jack Evans, also didn’t appear as scheduled. Evans wrestled The Backseat Boys (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) by himself, but lost following interference by Low Ki, B-Boy and Monsta Mack (who have been feuding with Evans & Hart). Post-match, The SAT (Jose & Joel Maximo) saved Evans from a beating and challenged the Backseats for the next show on September 10th.

The originally scheduled match with JAPW Champion Jay Lethal & his father (legitimately, his real father) vs. Steve Corino & Ricky Landell became a six-man with Rick Silver joining Corino & Landell, and telling the Lethals they needed to find a partner. After getting ready to fight 2-on-3, Jay Lethal’s mom (again, his legit mother) came out and brought out Charlie Haas to team with the Lethals. Haas (in his first match since being released by WWE) defeated Landell with the Haas of Pain to win the match for his team. Haas then got on the mic and talked about how he got his start in Jersey All Pro Wrestling, then turned on Lethal and challenged him to a title match on the next show on September 10th, saying it was just “business”.

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