Catalyst Wrestling announced that Colby Corino and Homicide will face off for the final time on January 22nd inside Brooklyn’s Bell House and sponsored by the Mat Men Podcast
On Friday, Catalyst Wrestling announced that Colby Corino and Homicide will face off for the final time on January 22nd inside Brooklyn’s Bell House and sponsored by the Mat Men Podcast
The rivalry initially started between Homicide and Corino’s father, former ECW World Champion, Steve Corino in Ring of Honor, it boiled over in both GCW and Catalyst Wrestling in 2019.
Corino would take the Catalyst Wrestling title from Homicide in December of 2019, with the two continuing to feud during Catalyst’s move to Si-Dao, the alleged island of Antonio Inoki’s infamous Island Fight.
Roles would be reversed over the course of 2021 when Corino would lose his title to Darius Carter, and then turn his back on former best friend, Rob Killjoy under the guise of saving both he and Homicide.
The rivalry spilled over into the NWA, where the two would clash for the Junior Heavyweight championship, and last faced off against one another in January of 2022, when Homicide would team with then NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion, Trevor Murdoch and Corino would team with fellow ‘Business’ member Wrecking Ball Legursky.
Corino and Homicide will now settle their two generations of hate in a match Catalyst Wrestling is calling The Last Dance, with the proviso that this match must have a winner.
You can order tickets to this event that also features Jack Evans taking on the Infinite T.I.M, B-Boy and Peter Avalon facing The Mane Event and Masha Slamovich facing JC Storm via The Bell House.