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By Mike Johnson on 10/12/2021 7:25 AM

Catalyst Wrestling Adds More To Real Deal Event On November 5th!

Off the heels of last week’s announcement of their return to Ridgefield Park, NJ on November 5th headlined by Mance Warner battling Sapphire TV Champion Steve Gibki, Catalyst Wrestling has announced more for their next TV/VOD taping.

Joining the November 5th card is an inter-generational battle for the Catalyst Freestyle Championship, as Ghost Shadow continues his second year as champion facing off against Jordan Oliver.

Oliver, a standout who has taken pro wrestling by storm in both MLW and GCW, was in the finals of the tournament to crown the first ever Freestyle Champion in 2018.

Since returning to Catalyst in early 2021, Oliver has earned his shot at the title with a win over Brayden Lee and a tremendous showing against Colby Corino in a 30-minute ironman match this past summer.

Ghost Shadow, who recently defeated Myron Reed at our Steal This Show event [available at] looks to add to his impressive resume with a win over Oliver.

Tickets begin at $25 at for our event at 106 Bergen Avenue in Ridgefield Park, NJ including the return of Darius Carter’s Brass Ring Invitational, which is sponsored by Mr. Carter’s official document services provider, Culpeper Legal.

Carter, who recently challenged Colby Corino for the Catalyst Wrestling Championship has burned his own impressive path in Catalyst Wrestling, has used the “Brass Ring Invitational” as a statement maker on his path to wins over opponents such as Anthony Gangone, Anthony Bowens, and The Rep alongside fellow Carter Group member O’Shay Edwards.

Edwards will also be in action as he will be in a Sapphire Television Championship Eliminator match against an opponent to be announced.

Following the shocking confusion to Steal This Show on November 5th, Catalyst Wrestling Champion Colby Corino will also be in Ridgefield Park, as we see what’s next from the 25-year old titleholder.

Rumors are also permeating that Catalyst Wrestling’s anonymous board of directors are looking at a unique new matchtype that will feature the top challengers to the Catalyst Wrestling Tag Team Championships as well as the reigning champions, Rob Killjoy and the Infinite T.I.M, known collectively as 2 Infinity & The Pond.

Do not miss this and more as Catalyst Wrestling has their final event of 2021 and the start of the road to their Fifth Anniversary in March of 2022!

Watch Catalyst Wrestling weekly on Gas Digital, KVVB, NUDU and internationally on the Fight Network. Check local listings for time and availability.

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