Read the fine print. Its a phrase that is often uttered after an overlooked and often unexpected action happens in the course of a deal or an agreement. It often signals an advantage for one, yet a disadvantage for another. "Fine print" can be either a blessing in disguise or a curse depending on what side of a situation you happen to be on. In the case of Gaven Jaxon, it would be the latter.
This past weekend at WDWA Freedom for All, a contract signing took place for the upcoming Street Fight between Jaxon and the Latin Tornado happening at BerkeleyMania. A cocky overzealous Gaven Jaxon walked to the ring like he had next months matchup already won. As the man chastized his upcoming opponent and his wife, Melynda who was standing at ringside, Jaxon eagerly signed the contract and made the match official. Melynda, a co-owner of WDWA asked an overjoyed Jaxon if he had read what he just signed. It was clear that he had not. Melynda was about to turn Jaxon's joy into fear, as he was about to find out that not only was he in a Street Fight on August 10th, but that FANS WOULD BE BRINGING THE WEAPONS.
This match was already a volitile situation for Jaxon before this huge revelation. This man has not only attacked his opponent and caused the man serious injury, he has attacked his family including his wife. Being put in a Street Fight with a man out for revenge is one thing. Being in that situation where you have no clue what he will be able to attack you with is a completely different situation altogether. We spoke to those who knew Gaven Jaxon, all who had a variety of opinions on the situation.
"I'm not at all surpirsed he didnt read the contract" said a jovial Shane Malice when we spoke to him following Freedom for All. "It was only a matter of time before Gaven Jaxon was going to write a check with his mouth that he couldnt cash. I'd be worried if I were him because LT won't be playing games on August 10th." Jaxon's manager Doug Rafferty was furious when he spoke to him by phone earlier this week. " This is exactly the kind of thing we've come to expect from underhanded people like LT and his wife. What if Gaven gets injured? Why would they willingly put us in a position to potentially get hurt? If the shoe were on the other foot, we would never do that to them.... on weekdays."
The stakes could not be any higher. Regardless of what happens, the Latin Tornado will be finished with wrestling after August 10th. However, if he loses his final contest, he also loses his company for a year to Jaxon and Rafferty. If he wins, the group known as S.I.N must disband for good. Who will survive this Street Fight? The only way to find out is to be there, LIVE on August 10th as WDWA Presents: BerkeleyMania. Tickets are going fast, so be sure to get yours ASAP. Click the link below to purchase tickets.