My martial art, Bock Kwon Do, requires persistence to succeed.
That’s because I picked up my first SCW win this past Saturday at the Walcott Coliseum in Walcott, Iowa.
I entered the venue with my star pupil, Mike Heights.
My opponent was JP Finger. His tag team parter, Jared Thumb, isn’t so bright because he thought it was Halloween.
I just wanted to take a minute to remind everyone at SCW that Mike Heights is not a kung fu panda.
JP Finger thinks he’s cute, but he knows that sometimes, Bock Kwon Do is a long game.
And when you forget how to do a Figure 4…
You get the strikes.
Part of the Bock Kwon Do curriculum is teamwork, and Mike is doing a fine example of that here.
Here’s where things get interesting. JP Finger, admittedly deft in maneuvering me into hitting my star pupil, slams me into the mat. He thinks he has me pinned.
However, Commissioner Sean Morrow has heart-breaking news for JP. Therefore, your winner… me, Sensei Bock!
— QCBanditPhotog (@QCBanditPhotog) September 25, 2017
We’ve been trying to tell ’em for months now… https://t.co/sCFhjikHah
— BLACK x BRAVE (@BlackandBrave) September 25, 2017
Maybe deep in their wardrobe, Jared Thumb and JP Finger can find their missing credits.
Mr. Heights loves the feeling.
— MikeHeights (@MikeHeights2) September 24, 2017
Finally, some SCW fans have started noticing what Mr. Mike Heights has noticed all along. That I am a great wrestler. That I am the world’s greatest martial arts master. That persistence pays off when you follow Bock Kwon Do.
Next time we meet, maybe JP Finger and Jared Thumb can follow Mike Heights’ example and bow to your sensei.
Upcoming SCW Events
- SCW Legendary – Friday, Sept. 29, Dubuque, IA
- SCW Hawkamania – Friday, Oct. 13, Iowa City, IA
- SCW Wicked Ways – Saturday, Oct. 21, Walcott, IA
A bow to Rich Guill for the photos.