Last week, Big Tiny competed against Johnny Ewing with the stipulation that if Tiny loss the match Tiny would relinquish the company over to Terra Rae.
As everyone witnessed, Tiny did in fact lose the match after not being able to comply with the referee’s rules in an effort to punish Ewing in the worse possible way.
We, the VCA Board, do comprehend Tiny’s frustration with the manner, but Tiny has to conduct himself accordingly and realize that he’s in a managerial position and should always maintain a leveled state.
The fact of the matter is that Tiny loss the match which would grant Ewing the win making Terra Rae the new owner of VCA, but Rae’s interference in the match would void that decision as this wasn’t a regular match.
Being that the company was at state, we, the VCA Board, feel as if Terra Rae shouldn’t obtain the company, but that doesn’t dismiss the fact that Ewing won the match via disqualification.
Normally, the Board wouldn’t interfere in any match decisions, but this matter is serious and shouldn’t be taken lightly.
As of this day, the 10th of January 2017, we, the VCA Board, have voted and appointed both Terra Rae and Big Tiny ownership of Velocity Championship Action!
Tiny and Rae will maintain 50% of the company each making both owner’s share equal. No one person will be able to override the others decision as both are equal.
We, the VCA Board, apologize for any inconvenience this issue may have caused investors, sponsors, advertisers, fans, wrestlers, and so on. Join VCA this Friday night at 8pm as we welcome our new joint owners of the company, Terra Rae and Big Tiny!