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CLASH Blog: “Mad Scientist” Tommy Treznik (9/02/10)

September 2, 2010 · Print This Article

From the desk of the “Mad Scientist of Maneuvers” Tommy Treznik
Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

If All Out War is considered one huge multiman match, then people with more experience in multiman matches will have a higher probability of winning All Out War. Thus, the person with the MOST experience in matches comprised of multiple opponents has the HIGHEST probability of winning All Out War.

No man (or woman) on the CLASH roster has more experience in multiman matches than Tommy Treznik. A record breaking four time CLASH Tag Team Champion, the “Mad Scientist” has made a career out of leading others to the top. The only man to ever win CLASH Tag Team gold with multiple partners, Treznik has an innate ability to bring the best out of those with whom he associates.

Further research suggests that Tommy Treznik is now more powerful than ever, with three men (Austin Manix, Donnie & Jacob Hallows) under his rule. With Treznik’s latest incarnation of The H3RD doing his bidding, there is perhaps no stronger competitor in CLASH Wrestling than the “Mad Scientist of Maneuvers.”

On Friday September 17th, 2010, Tommy Treznik will enter the All Out War match. With The H3RD by his side, the “Mad Scientist” will eliminate every other competitor by tossing them over the top rope. This will continue in two minute intervals until Tommy Treznik is the only man left standing and declared victorious.

The “Mad Scientist of Maneuvers” Tommy Treznik wins All Out War and becomes #1 Contender to the CLASH Championship.

In conclusion, the aforementioned hypothesis was proven correct. The person with the most experience in multiman matches will win All Out War. With that being said, all research points to only one man who can, scientifically speaking, walk out victorious on September 17th. That man is yours truly, the experimenter himself, the “Mad Scientist of Maneuvers” Tommy Treznik.

September 17th is only 15 days away.

Until then, I observe, research and experiment,
Tommy Treznik