CALGARY, AB: Jack is back.

At tonight’s RCW Wrasslin’ Ain’t Easy event in Calgary, Maverick Jack made his shocking return to the ring, brutally attacking Travis Cole following the latter’s match against Sydney Steele.

“You people think what I did to Cole tonight was brutal? Do you people think that this is the end?” Jack commented to the WCSN immediately after exiting the ring. “You moronic, slack-jawed, inbred Albertans have no idea what else is coming his way, or anyone else’s for that matter. This is just the beginning. I’m personally going out of my way to mangle every last person who wronged me before I was forced to leave. Unfortunately for Travis Cole, he’s the unlucky one who needs to be made an example of first, out of a long list of people I can’t wait to get my hands on.

Immediately following Cole’s hard-fought victory over Steele, a supposed fan in a luchador mask jumped over the barricade into the ringside area. Immediately, the ersatz fan began a ruthless assault on Tasty Travis before removing the mask and revealing himself to be Maverick Jack. Within seconds of revealing himself, Jack left Cole laying with a massive Black Hole Slam, igniting a raucous chorus of boos from the audience. Despite it being the former titleholder’s first in-ring appearance since facing off with Brice “The Slammer” Sova on November 1st, Jack looked no worse for wear as he brutalized his long-time rival. While the beat down may have been short, it was certainly more than effective.

Cole, of course, was incensed.

“I won tonight! Did you know that? Yeah, well nobody seems to be focused on that because of  Maverick Jackass. Dirty Inc, Malicious Militia, Chimera, Jack, it doesn’t matter the name,  I can’t seem to escape it and I’m sick of it.”

“I guess I need to start reminding everyone why I’m the most successful wrestler to come out of Alberta in the last decade.”

Though his appearance may have already sent shockwaves throughout the Albertan independent scene, Friday’s unsettling assault on Travis Cole is only the beginning according to the former Dirty Inc star.

“This is a message, not only to RCW but to all of Alberta wrestling,” he stated emphatically. “I’m back and I’m not stopping until I get my justification.”

Stay tuned to the WCSN for the latest from Real Canadian Wrestling.

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