EVERY TIME I DIE's Andy Williams Loses His Pro Wrestling Debut Match
Every Time I Die's Andy Williams took a break from working on the band's new album this past week, to crush a fool at Smash Wrestling's Any Given Sunday 4. Said fool was pro-wrestler Tarik.
Williams came out to Integrity's “Systems Overload“ and showcased some big powermoves, including an impossible-to-fake, painful chokeslam to the apron:
— Robb Vanderstoel (@Robbs_Rasslin) March 21, 2016
Williams looked to be in great shape, throwing forearms around like he's a New Japan gaijin:
— Steve Argintaru (@SteveTSN) March 21, 2016
Sadly, Andy did not leave the match victorious, but the true victory was wrestling at all:
Tonight I fought hard, but not hard enough. You must destroy to rebuild. @punchkickchop_tarik was a hard challenge and as much as I don't wanna do it, I have to tip my hat to him. He's every bit of the wrestler he says he is. This isn't over by a long shot though. I'll come back stronger. Thank you @smashwrestling @violentgentlemen @barbellapparel for always and forever having my back. I love you all.
Hopefully, we'll see more of Andy in the ring. Maybe they can do a tour where Andy wrestles and plays in the same night. I hope to have Andy on my pro wrestling podcast, Squared Circle Pit soon.