John D. Crazy Hillbilly Suffers Mysterious Injury



    John D. Crazy Hillbilly suffered a major setback in the form of a mysterious injury on his family farm, casting the future of the PWA Tag Team Championships into doubt. 

    It was only on March 16th when JT Hogg made his triumphant return to the ring after a long layoff from the ring, and helped his nephew, John D. Crazy Hillbilly, defeat Vicious & Delicious to capture the PWA Tag Team Championships. It seemed like things were finally looking up for the Hillbilly family. That was before the news broke that John D. suffered a mysterious ankle injury on the family farm. 

     Details of the injury have been hard to come by. Doctors say that it should be 6-8 weeks before John is able to return to in ring competition. He was unable to be reached for comment. JT Hogg did mention that he didn't think the injury was an accident. He and many PWA fans believe this to be the work of Vicious & Delicious.

     Morgan Taylor and LA Cordova have had beef with the Hillbilly family stemming back to their first PWA Tag Team Championship victory at Red, White, and Bruised 2018. They even got Juan Crazy Hillbilly deported to retain their precious titles. And they even alluded to doing the same thing on the most recent episode of "The Dish with Vicious & Delicious". 

     In response to the news of John's injury, PWA General Manager Nick Stevens threatened to strip JT of the PWA Tag Team Championships if he could not find a replacement for the 20th. JT turned to a reliable option in Randy the Rowdy Hillbilly. Randy and JT have a lot of history, winning tag team gold in the past. But JT infamously turned on Randy a few years ago, and time will tell if Randy will be able to trust JT long enough to deal with the problems presented by Vicious & Delicious. 

    That title match will be a part of an incredible and stacked card on April 20th, at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds. Tickets are available for that event right now at and at M&M Pawn Shop.

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