WXWC4.com would like to congratulate two of our heavily decorated homegrown wrestling heroes, AC ANDERSON of the SOUTH SIDE TERMINATORS and LANCE ANOA’I on their recent tryout matches with the WWE in Hershey, PA before the SMACKDOWN TV taping.
Lance Anoa’i is a third generation member of the famed Wild Samoan wrestling tribe and has held numerous titles in WXWC4 including the ULTIMATE HYBRID TITLE, the ULTIMATE TAG TEAM TITLES, and is the current holder of the TELEVISION TITLE.
Both Lance’s father, HEADSHRINKER SAMU, and grandfather, WWE Hall of Fame member AFA THE WILD SAMOAN, are former WWE Tag Team Champions. His family lineage includes other WWE champions and standouts including THE ROCK, UMAGA, RIKISHI, TAHITIAN WARRIOR, THE USOS, JAMAL, MANU, JIMMY SNUKA, DUECE, TAMINA, and literally countless others.
Lance’s fast paced, high flying wrestling style separates him from the rest of his family, however, allowing him to carve out a very important identity of his own. Lance knows more than anyone how much pressure he has to be a shining star, The bar for his family name has been set incredibly high. With the right amount of hard work and dedication, Lance has the opportunity to be the best of them all!
AC Anderson is a member of a different wrestling family — the famed ANDERSON FAMILY. Although no blood test will confirm his identity, the rumor is he was adopted into the family due to his size, athleticism, and intensity which translated to an in ring physical resemblance.
He is a graduate and guest instructor of the Wild Samoan Pro Wrestling Training Center. In WXWC4 he has held both the ULTIMATE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE and the ULTIMATE TAG TEAM TITLES with his long time partner and friend HAVOC.
Be it the Anderson family, the Wild Samoan family, or the WXWC4 family, we are happy to have AC and Lance representing all of us on such a grand stage with the WWE.
We would like to point out how proud we are of these two professionals and wish them both great success. Make sure to come and enjoy them in WXWC4 while you still can!
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