2019 was a rising year for fan favorite Adrian Quest a.k.a. “Young Fuego.” The fiery competitor with a world of potential had several huge matchups, including facing Bateman in the 2019 PP3 Finals, taking then Heritage Champion “Uptown” Andy Brown to the limit in a breathtaking title bout, and finally capturing the United Television Title only for it to be taken away by Nikko Marquez. Despite his best efforts, frustration bled through and fans began to wonder if Adrian Quest could win the “big one.” On a recent episode of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, Quest described that he felt leftover, static, and deserted by people who he thought had his back.
When tasked with choosing a partner to challenge the United World Tag Team Champions, Quest smartly picked one of the most decorated contenders in the United Wrestling Network. “Uptown” Andy Brown is a former Hollywood Heritage Champion, 2018 Red Carpet Rumble Winner, and has competed in more television Main Events in the last eighteen months than any other active member of the roster. With a certifiable ringer in his corner, Adrian set the challenge to the Soul Burners, determined to take their titles by any means necessary. And we mean by any means necessary. What happened next, you’ll have to see to believe.
The newly crowned United World Tag Team Champions have now joined up with Arizona State Champion and 2020 PP3 Cup Bearer Ray Rosas. The trio, collectively going by the moniker “STATIC,” have shown that a change in tune is just what they needed to move their careers forward. But what approach will Quest and Brown take for their upcoming title defenses? Take a look at this comment from STATIC: