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November 14, 2007

by Sassy



Courtesy of NWA Southwest: NWA will have its own National TV Showcase premiering

December 26, on the Dish Network "Colours" reaching 13 million homes. It is scheduled Wednesdays at 9 p.m. PST, 12am EST.

El Mesias,TNA’s Judas Mesias, will be defending his AAA Championship title in Mexico on November 11, 2007.  The match is scheduled as El Mesias with Konnan versus Cibernetico with LaParka, Jr. Source: We hope to have the results of this match before we send this in for posting. My feeling is that Mesias will lose the title to Cibernetico since he has not been doing much in the way of working the ring since his injury in September.

El Mesias did NOT defend his title on November 11.  This is what I managed to translate from one Lucha Libre site:

El Mesias could not fight, Zorro appeared to fight against Cibernetico in Mesias’ place.  Zorro asked for an opportunity to fight for the championship if he conquered A Hell Brother (Cibernetico).

This would explain the original match scheduled for November 30 in Mexico.  It should be El Mesias defending the AAA Heavyweight Championship against Cibernetico and Zorro in a three- way match. This will depend, of course, on whether or not El Mesias has recovered from his injuries and can return to the ring.

Special thanks to everyone who helped me with the translation!

MEDIA: Mickey Rourke replaces Nicholas Cage in "The Wrestler" (

Posted on 11/12/107 by Mike Informer

Mickey Rourke Starring in 'The Wrestler'

Rourke replaces Cage in Wrestler

Mickey Rourke has replaced Nicolas Cage as the star in director Darren Aronofsky's upcoming indie drama The Wrestler. There is no word as to why Cage left the project. Rourke will play Randy ''The Ram'' Robinson, an over-the-hill fighter who returns to the ring for one last shot at glory. Aronofsky wrote the script with Robert Siegel.

Filming is scheduled to start in January. Rourke has returned to acting in recent years after a brief foray into boxing. Following a well-received performance in Sin City, the actor went on to do Stormbreaker and the just-wrapped, John Madden-directed Killshot. He also stars in the ensemble cast of The Informers, director Gregor Jordan's adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' novel. Rourke was arrested for DUI in Miami last week, allegedly riding a Vespa while under the influence. (Variety)

DISTURBING NEWS STORY: "Wrestling Promotion" in Florida using children as young as 3 on events, convicted pedophile is involving in running shows,

Posted on 11/12/107 by Eric Walker

This is the news story posted on DOI by Sean McCaffrey, if this story doesn't make you sick, nothing can.

The DOI has gotten tons of emails and calls about a promotion in the Auburndale area of Florida, which promotes children, as young as the age of 3, in professional wrestling matches. While some may say that's just like a kid playing soccer, football, tee-ball; wrestling is not like any of those sports. Additionally, the promoter's son, who's involved with these events, is a convicted sex offender/pedophile. Obviously, this is a story that needs to be brought to the attention of the proper authorities in Florida.

The promotion is called Kidz Pro Wrestling and is ran by a woman who goes by the name of Biker Babe. Biker Babe she is not, as she does look like a 60 year old heffer. Biker Babe, real name Mary Bailey, hosts these events at the International Market World, located in Auburndale, Florida. Mary's son Jeremy Bailey, is also involved with running these shows. The same Jeremy Bailey who is a convicted sex offender/pedophile, who "helps" the kids learn the wrestling business.

You can read his file and see his 2 convictions and other wonderful information on this scumbag.

DOI reported that the kids are treated as "indentured servants" by the Bailey's and made to do cleaning and other menial tasks. The "Parents" if you want to call them that, drop the kids off there like it's a daycare seemingly, as no parent can be that ignorant to what is really going on, can they?

Here is a "press release" they sent out..unedited.

this is to announce the best wrestling promotion in the state of florida.come one,come all to international market world in auburndale to see the amazing kids pro wrestling's the first saturday of every month at 7:00 pm.i will put any of my students up against any vet in this business and guarantee victory for us.we,along with the cfwf,are the premiere promotions in the state of florida.cfwf has a show this saturday nov. 10th in winterhaven at the spring lake rehabilitation center at 1540 6th st around 2:30 pm.if you want to see a real show come on out.thumper chapman and i will be glad to see you there.once again ,the amazing kids pro wrestling is on the first saturday of every month at the international market world in auburndale and the cfwf has a show this are guaranteed enjoyment or your money back.

Kids wrestling in a building used for drug rehab. You can't make this stuff up.

A 12 year old girl was injured at the last show by taking a chokeslam from a wrestler named "Reaper". Reaper is a 6'6 man who has no business wrestling a 12 year old girl. The ring they used is apparently in disrepair and is poorly kept up, as if the ring is the biggest problem.

Anyone in the Winterhaven, Florida area that knows more about this, please contact the Police. You can write me expressing your outrage, but I'd rather you call the Police. Florida does not regulate wrestling, but has some of the toughest sex offender laws in the country. These sickos must be stopped, and fast!!


PCW Wrestling and the Bussey family honor wrestling legends Bronko Lubich and "Sweet Brown Sugar" Skip Young on November 17 with five live, family-friendly matches.

Concurrently, TLC (The Learning Channel) will film the matches and the Bussey family for a new reality television show, which will air in early January 2008.

Heroes 2 Legends Fight Card

Nobe Bryant vs. Mace Malone

PCW CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE MATCH – TRIPLE THREAT MATCH: JT LaMotta vs. James Johnson vs. Shawn Daivari (former WWE wrestler)

#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH: Franco D’Angelo vs (winner of Qualifier match)

PCW TV TITLE MATCH: Brett Idol vs. Shadow (TNA Superstar Lance Hoyt)

#1 CONTENDER’S MATCH QUALIFIER: Apocalypse vs. Robert Evans

Tickets are available for purchase at PCW prior to the match and are $20 for front row reserved, $15 for second row reserved, $10 for general admission, and $5 for children ages 10 and under. Visit for more information.

November 17 is $1 beer night; Miller Light Promotional Girls will be present. Concessions are available for purchase.

When: Heroes 2 Legends - Saturday, November 17 at 8:00PM, doors open at 7:20PM. Live matches every Saturday night; visit for schedule.

Where: PCW Wrestling Arena behind Six Flags Mall

2922 Galleria Drive

Arlington, TX 76011

Why: Enjoy live wrestling matches and interact with wrestlers as they fight for their titles. Watch the Bussey family in action. Potentially be filmed by TLC camera crew for the new reality show.

About PCW, the Busseys and their new reality show:

PCW Wrestling and The Gym are owned and operated by the Bussey family

Mike Bussey (the father) started PCW and The Gym, and his two sons, Chris and Thomas, follow in his footsteps. Cheryl (the mother) runs concessions and helps business operations. Kim Bussey trains as boxer at The Gym and films the wrestling matches for PCW’s proprietary DVDs.

The other Bussey siblings also participate in each show and are part of TLC’s new reality show about the Bussey businesses and their family. TLC’s new national reality show will air in early 2008.

Jimmy Valiant, Eric Gargiula & Josh Prohibition will be guests on the on November 13th edition of Trash Talking Radio.

On the November 14th edition of Legends Radio, Ring of Honor's Larry Sweeney, NOAH's Bobby Fish, and singer/wrestler Carlos Espada will be on the show, which airs from 8-10 pm EST.

Bret "Hitman" Hart will be at the Sunday, December 2nd Toronto Marlies hockey game at Ricoh Coliseum to speak on behalf of Stroke Recovery Canada, a program of March of Dimes Canada. Bret will be on hand for the ceremonial puck drop, and will sign autographs and take pictures with fans. The Toronto Marlies have provided all supporters of Bret "Hitman" Hart and the March of Dimes special tickets discounted to $20 for side seats, with $5 going to March of Dimes and accessible seats have been discounted to $17 with $2 going to March of Dimes. For more information, or to buy tickets, please contact Darryl Silverstein at 416-263-3926 or e-mail


Nick Bockwinkel's condition, Posted on 11/11/107 by Mike Informer

(Courtesy: Georgianne Makropoulos)

Nick's surgery ended at about 2:40 PM Pacific Standard Time. The doctors said all went well and he is breathing on his own. Nick will be in ICU for the next 2-3 days, then to a few days in cardio care and should go home next Wednesday or Thursday. They thank everybody for their concern and prayers.


WBW fans we regret to inform you that the debut of World's Best Wrestling on Nov. 17th at Locust Grove, Ohio has been canceled. On the morning of Nov. 3rd a building adjacent to our venue caught fire and burned down, but the gymnasium was unharmed. At the time, the Trustees did not think there would be a problem using the facility but we have just been informed that the insurance company will not cover the gym until the debris is cleaned up. We have exhausted our options for a nearby facility, and feel it's to close to show time to move the show further away.

We would like to thank our fans and sponsors: Mosier's Furniture of West Union, Prathers IGA of West Union, Blakes Pharmacies of Manchester, Peebles and West Union, Davis Barber Shop of West Union Sparkles Car Wash of West Union, Chozen Sisters Apparel of West Union,, Dusty Duck Web Design

All pre-sale tickets can be returned to point of purchase for a full refund.

We would also like to thank the following workers for their dedication to our product: Sean Casey and Samantha, Nikki Tyler, Tyson Rogers, Sam Hane, Bill Runyon, Matt Taylor, Livewire Aaron Williams, Clutch McAllister, The Cincinnati Kid, Dirk Extreme, Hollie Wood, Sharon Rock, Ms. McKenzie, Flash Fury

Most of all we would like to thank the staff of WBW, they overcame a lot of obstacles and dirty tactics from a local carny promoter, but ultimately an untimely fire was more than we could overcome...for now.

Due to the overwhelming sponsorship and pre-sale response we will be back in very early 2008. Fans in this area are obviously craving great wrestling, not just great wrestling but the best wrestling. Stay tuned to for further updates, the best is yet to come.


Jennifer Tate, who fought on the October 26th Pro Elite Show, failed her drug test for pot. She's been fined $500 and suspended until January 24th.

Jason Winther, who fought on a November 3 Rebel Fighter show, failed for Methadone and Morphine and is out until July 30, 2008. Fine was $1,500. Source:


M-Dogg 20 Matt Cross is out with a groin injury suffered on the 10/27 JAPW show shooting a single leg. Cross said he was really looking forward to working in the Super 8 and for Jim Kettner, but said he's only at 50% and didn't want to disrespect the tournament by not being able to perform at the top level. TNA’s Sonjay Dutt is scheduled to take M-Dogg’s place in the tournament.

Nigel McGuinness is out until the first of next year due to an injury.  See last week’s Indy Bytes for more information.

ACW - Atomic Championship Wrestling


"Horror Business" Results


 ACW returned to Manetas Park 10.13.07 for “Horror Business”.

ACW Welterweight Champion Trixter defeated ACW newcomer Din Mak,

Johny Law w/ Matt Real beat Arkham,

Pretty Fly For a White Guy and Frank the Tank w/ The ECW Hat Guy defeated Even Leppy and Mikey X,

Sick Rick Havoc defeated Sgt. Steve w/ ECW Hat Guy,

Boyboy defeated Johnny K Mondo

Twisted Tate defeated Rebecca Payne in a man vs. woman match,

BWO World Champion Rockin’ Rebel w/ Steph Roberts defeated IB Green in a Hardcore Match. Nikolai Volkoff returned to ACW and defeated Dark Angel,

and in the Main Event

ACW World Champion Kage w/ Mike Trash defeated former WWF Star Salvatore Sincere.


Smokestown Fire Company (860 Smokestown Road, Denver, PA USA 17517 ) Friday Night November 23rd , with a 7pm belltime and doors open at 630pm, tickets are $15.00

Main Event

ACW World Champion Kage Defends vs Former ECW STAR The Mad Man From The

Badlands Glen Osburne,

ACW Welterweight Champion Trixter Defends Vs Former TNA ECW Star Juilo Dinero

BWO World Champion Rockin Rebel defneds Vs IB GREEN

Twisted Tate Vs Rebecca Payne in a Hardcore Match

New ACW Tag Champions Will be Crowned as Sick Rick Havoc and Shatter Take on

Louis G Rich and Kitt

Massive Mike vs Alan Cross

Pretty Fly and Frank the Tank vs Mikey X and JKM

BOY BOY vs Joey Manson

also Even Leppy , The ECW Hat Guy, Din Mak, Dark Angel, Dan Marx's ,Sinner,

Arkham, Dave Curly, and Bill Bain and Many More

Get you tickets at

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11/10 Union City, NJ results

Russian Roulette Match

Sabotage def. Azrieal, Kid Liberty, Kronic, Pinkie Sanchez, Shawn  Walker, Psycho, and Radames

The rules of this match were when a wrestler scores a pin, he could  eliminate anyone in the match. Pinkie scored the 1st pin and  accidentally pointed to Walker his usual tag team partner. Kronic and  Liberty both scored a pinfall on someone and they pointed at each other  and the referee told both of them they were eliminated. Psycho scored a pin and wound up eliminated himself by pointing his own finger at him. I  forget how others were eliminated but Sabotage pinned Azrieal to win it and no gets a shot at any title he chooses at any time.

"The Remix Of Pro Wrestling" Vince Steele def. Red Hot Russ

This match was okay since this was my first look at Russ. Steele is a  big guy who can really move. He won after hitting a top rope twisting  leg drop.

3 Way Match, Light Heavyweight Title

Javi-Air def. Wes Draven and Dan Dynasty to retain the title

This was supposed to be Javi vs. Wes 1 on 1. Before the match started,  Dynasty came out and said that a few months ago he lost a loser leaves  AWA match. He said he was a man of his word but this was not the AWA  anymore. So the match went on and Dynasty hits Wes with a jackhammer and  Javi throws Dynasty out of the ring and pinned Wes.

Tag Team Title, Ladder Match

Team Yea!(Sam Sational & Rayza) def. Style & Finesse(Rob Vegas & Mike

Donovan) to win the vacant tag title

This match was so wild, one of the ladders broke. I can't really  describe what happened my suggestion is keep checking and come to a show in the future and buy the DVD.


Envy & Manslaughter def. The Imports(Giovanni Marranca & Vic Hellion)  w/Rade Ravello & Black Zemis

Envy pinned Marranca with a senton bomb from the top rope  After the match, all the Imports attacked the victors and left them  laying

Web TV Title

2 referees and the title can change by DQ or count out

William Wyeth w/ Ms. April def. Thomas "The Gate" Rodriguez to retain  the title

Initally, there was a double pin and each referee declared both champion  and challenger. Promoter Mike Morgan got the microphone and said restart  the match. One of the referees was accidentally knocked down. Wyeth hit  Thomas with a low blow before rolling him up for the pin

TNA X Division Title

"Black Machismo" Jay Lethal def. Alex Shelley to retain the title  This was a tremendous match which saw a lot of false finishes. Jay  eventually pinned Alex with some type of pinning combination.

Main Event  Heavyweight Title

Mo Sexton vs. "Hollywood" Joe Hardway

Before the match started, Mike Morgan told the rest of Hollywood  Inc.(Javi, Wyeth, Style & Finesse, and Alexa Thatcher) that they were  banned from ringside. Joe tried to run away from Mo by going out of the  ring, up the bleachers, backstage, and even in to the bathroom. They went over to the announce table where Mike Lewis(of Hollywood Inc.) &  Fallon were calling the action. Mo suplexed Joe on the broken ladder  from the tag title match earlier in the show. Mo went under the ring and  pulled out a Singapore cane and one lovely young lady was trying to stroke it. That prompted the fans to chant "She's Hardcore!". Mo caned  Mike Lewis with it and he was pretty much done commentating as Adolfo  Rivera took his place. Joe eventually took the cane and hit Mo with it.  Mo then took referee Carl Kuland's belt and proceded to whip Joe with it. They climbed the broken ladder and were standing above the  bathrooms. Joe then pushed Mo off that area in which he crashed through  a table. EMTs were checking on Mo as Joe went under the ring and pulled  out a chair and a noose rope. Mo who was still down yelled "F*** Joe Hardway" he got up and got back in to the ring. Joe put the rope in the  device that the tag belts were held up and attempted to hang Mo like he  tried to do a few months ago. Mo picked up a chair and hit Hardway with  it. Mo landed on top and 1......2.......3  Mo Sexton became the new heavyweight champion.

This was by far the best show ACE put on this year. This is a great indy  for those who live in the NYC/NJ area.

ACE presents Action Zone, Saturday November 24th, 725 Sip Street, Union City, NJ

For more information go to & 



"The Remix of Pro Wrestling" Vince Steel won a 15 man Battle Royal to earn a

championship match against "Hollywood" Joe Hardway later in the evening.

Other battle royal participants included:

Giovanni Marranca, Black Zemis, Chickie Cortez, Rickie Vega, Danny DeManto, Shawn Walker,

Kronic, Sabotage, Christian Faith, M. H. Hustla, C. K. Kross, Armando, Kid Liberty & Pinkie Sanchez

Rayza© def. Mike Donovan to RETAIN the ACE World Tag Team Championship

Danny DeManto def. "The Canadian Outlaw" Dave Logan & "The Sexiest Man Alive" Rhett Titus

Manslaughter def. Vic Hellion w/ Rade Ravello

after the match fellow members of "The Imports" Marranca & Black Zemis attacked Manslaughter with a baseball bat & leather belt until ENVY of all people made the save!***

Myke Quest def. Envy & "2 Hott" Steve Scott

during the latter part of the match - "The Imports" grabbed Envy and beat him back to the locker,then beat him back towards the ringside area - only to have MANSLAUGHTER make the save!***

"Hollywood" Joe Hardway w/ Alexa Thatcher def. Vince Steel to retain the ACE Heavyweight Championship

Thomas "The Gate" Rodriguez def. Kyle Smiley,

Giovanni Marranca, Psycho, Radames & Kid Liberty

this match HAD been announced as Rodriguez vs. Wyeth for the WebTV Championship.

However, Wyeth claimed his "Hollywood" contract states he only wrestles ONCE a night

& he was already committed to the "Hollywood Gauntlet" in the main event, so he hand picked Thomas' opponents in this six way "Aerial Assault" match***

Rob Vegas vs. Sam Sational ended in a Double Disqualification

This match was for Vegas' half of the tag team championship.

Rayza & Donovan hit the ring and attacked their 'respective' temporary partners.

ACE Owner Mike Morgan then STRIPPED Rayza & Vegas of the titles & announced a TAG TEAM LADDER MATCH for November 10 pitting Style & Finess vs. Team YEA! - HOWEVER - should opposing teammates each retrieve one of the championship belts - then THEY are the new ACE Tag Champions***

Wes Draven def. Pinkie Sanchez & Azrieal to become #1 contenter for the ACE Light Heavyweight Championship

PS² members Walker & Scott came out and distracted Azrieal preventing him from hitting Pinkie with the top rope double stomp - however in the confusion - Draven was able to score a roll up on Pinkie and win the match!***

Mo' Sexton def. Javi Air, William Wyeth (by DQ),

Mike Donovan & Rob Vegas (no DQ handicap match) & Alexa Thatcher to successfully run the "Hollywood Gauntlet" and secure a championship match vs. Joe Hardway


American Championship Entertainment has live shows every other Saturday (or Friday) from 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM at their arena. The address is:

725 Sip Street, Union City, New Jersey 07087

See to check for confirmed dates.



The American Luchacore debuts on Friday Night, November 16th  Doors open @ 7 pm, Show starts @ 8 pm

National Guard Armory

1021 S. Main Street

Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311

Featuring "THE AMERICAN LUCHACUP", a 12 man tournament that blends American wrestling, Lucha Libre, and Japanese strong style!

First Round Matches:

Jake Crist vs. "CK3", Conrad Kennedy III

Dave Crist vs. N8 Mattson

"The New Horror" Sami Callihan vs. Johnny Gargano w/ Gregory Iron

MTV's WSX Star Josh Abercrombie vs. Marion Fontaine

Truth Martini vs. "Pure Dynamite" Billy Roc

"Diehard" Dustin Lee vs. Carlton Kaz

The winners will then advance to a 6 man scramble final to determine the first American Luchacup Champion!

Also, in tag team action...

"Naptown Dragons" Scotty Vortekz and xOMGx Vs. American Kickboxer and Tarek the Great

Also, scheduled to appear: "The Clash" Ernie Ballz and Brian Bender, Matt Riot, and more!

The event is sponsored by City Echoes, C-Battery 1-174, and Papa Johns Pizza

Tickets are only $7 in advance or $10 at the door. 4 pack advance special - 4 for $25

Advance tickets are available at:

City Echoes of Bellefontaine

Papa Johns of Bellefontaine

Online at via paypal 

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AWA World-1 South returns to action on December 22, at the Oconee Gym in Dublin, GA, raising funds for the Dublin Tipoff Club. Matches begin at 7:30 PM. Call (866) 244-0104 for more info. Just added to the previously announced matches are Tommy Rich versus Big Bank Barfield; Shawn Hunter versus Kevin Kantrell; and Lance Alonte versus Q-Ball. Other matches previously advertised: The Heartbreak Express defend the AWA World Tag Team Title versus K.I. Elite (Shawn Hunter & Jake Slater); and Francisco Ciatso will defend the World-1 South Southern Heavyweight Title versus Dave Holiday. Mike Stratus is also scheduled to appear.



Big Time Wrestling 11/10 Revere, MA results

Club Lido (formerly The Wonderland Ballroom) Revere, Massachusetts

Ring Announcer: "Your Pal" Tommy Santos

Referees: Joe Bee and Sal Gilliberto

Security: Trash Can Jim

Attendance: 200 (ballpark figure)

1. The Galaxy Warriors & Shockwave over The Masked Ninjas.

2. Nikki Roxx (with "The Manager of Champions" Sean Gorman) over Tanya Lee.

3. Mr. T.A. (with Mr. Johnny Fabulous) over "The Puerto Rican Punisher" Don Vega to retain the Dog Collar Championship.

4. Heavyweight Champ Hurricane John Walters (with Mr. Johnny Fabulous) over Spike Dudley to retain the title.

5. Sid Vicious over Too Cold Scorpio in a battle of former WWE/WCW stars.

6. Rush (with Mr. Johnny Fabulous & April Rose) over Mascara Espanda (with Felicia Lou). Several "cat fights" broke out between the two valets during the match.

7. Superstar Richard Byrne over Purty Kurty Adonis (with Nicholas Richards). This was Byrne's last match of his 30-year career.

8. The House of Pain (Clutch & Axle with Evo & Snake) over The Outpatient & Tre the Smooth Operatin' Gangsta.

9. In a battle of former ECW stars, The Sandman over Justin Credible in a Singapore Cane match.

December 7th, 2007 - 7:30 PM, Newark Pavilion, Newark, California, USA

Gangrel vs. Jason Styles

The Ballard Brothers vs. Chico Navarro & Ryan Von Kool

Plus, a Battle Royal!



Sunday, October 28, 2007, "The Witching Hour"

Phoenixville, PA at Top Gun Wrestling Academy, 373 Walnut Street

Salvation 2K7 over Hard Candy by DQ after promos by both.

10/27/07 results "The Witching Hour"

Pelle Primeau over Kryptic in one helluva match!

The "Wifebeater" over Shawn Fury when Wifebeater used a low blow to incapacitate Fury.

Mikey X over Pretty Fly 4 a White Guy

Bazooka Joe over Vinnie the Fixxer

Blahdeggo new Interstate Champion over Antonio Blanca, Mat Bomboy and Din Mak

Money Shot with Louis G Rich formed a new faction of Eric Cooper, Twisted Tate, Louis Rich, Alan Cross, Jason Gotti, Ashley Nicely after taking Massive Mike out. Rockin Rebel, Rebecca Payne and Killer Kramer come out for the save and this leads to:

Rebel/Payne/Kramer over Cooper/Rich/Tate. Gotti and Cross come in to help take out Rebel and company but Massive Mike comes in with ref Zac Carlucci to even the odds. Gotta love the refs getting into the act!

Autumn Breeze with Holly Hottie over Michael

Frank the Tank over Boy Boy w/Holly Hottie and Chris Brown in a Loser Leaves BWO match. Chris Brown is no longer with BWO and left to the crowd singing Na Na Na Na, Hey Hey Hey, Good Bye!!!


Phoenixville, PA at Top Gun Wrestling Academy, 373 Walnut Street on November 24th for "Thanksgiving Thunder" with an 8:00 pm Bell Time. Tickets $10.00!  Announced so far:

BWO Heavyweight Title Match: Rockin Rebel vs Eric Cooper

Interstate Title Match: Kid Kaos v Blahdeggo.

No DQ Match: Hard Candy v Salvation 2K7

Gender Bender Match: Autumn Breeze vs Boy Boy

Pelle Primeau & Antonio Blanca v American Nightmare

Warriors of Wrestling 3 Way Dance: The Wifebeater v Angel of Death v All Star Lou.

8 Man Tag Match: Killer Kramer/Rebecca Payne/Massive Mike/Kryptic vs Twisted Tate/Louis Rich/Jason Gotti/Alan Cross

Bazooka Joe v Shawn Fury v Vinnie the Fixxer

Frank the Tank v Sick Rick Havoc

Also appearing: Mikey X, Pretty Fly 4 A White Guy, and many others

More matches to be announced!!

TICKET INFO: 610-933-8550


*card subject to change*



October 14th, 2007 – Wheeling, WV

Klub Xtreme and Andre Hart defeated Chris Maverick, Max Alexander, and Billy Hyatt

Straight Jacket Mafia defeated Blue Dragon & Michael Facade

Wes Draven defeated Sabotage, Sam Sational, and Latin Rage in an Elimination Match to capture the new Empire State Championship

Nikita Allanov defeated Dash Bennett in a Casket Match (following interference from Chris Maverick & Bulldozer)

Tag Team Champions The Tennessee Riot Squad defeated Mickey & Viki Gambino (substituting for Marshall Gambino) by DQ (following interference from Straight Jacket Mafia)

Heavyweight Champion Justin Idol retained his title in the "Two Times the Terror" Match against Jason Gory, Dan Sandwich, and Jimmy DeMarco; Demarco captured Gory's Diamond Division Championship



Tickets still available for November 16th, 2007 

Tickets for BODYSLAM Wrestling at Garfield H.S. on November 16, 2007 are still available. Get yours today before they're sold out. It's a guaranteed night of non-stop action with La Famiglia's Tommy Face challenging World Champion Section 8 for the BWO World Championship in a ladder match; The fan-favorite team of Magic & Vince Steele face former World Tag Team

Champions Richie Rotten & Chaos in a Hardcore tag team battle;

And  'The Lone Wolf' Evan Myers seeks to get revenge on 'The Modern Day Enforcer' Eric

Cooper in an "I Quit" match;

Plus BWO Tag Team Champions La Famiglia will defend against number 1 contenders Darksyde and Dinyed; and La Famiglia member Dr. Callahan will

defend the U.S. Championship against Kekoa 'The Flyin Hawaiian'. Also in action

'The Puerto Rican Prodigy' Chrono Chris, Steve 'The Jerk' Off, Korey Castle and 'Pretty Boy' Eric Hiller. 

BWO Southern State  Gold Rush '07

Friday November 30th, 2007

American Legion Post 148, 895 Route 130 North Hightstown, New Jersey 08520

Bell time - 8:00 PM  Doors - 7:30 PM

$10 For ALL Seats ! *All Proceeds to benefit the Toys For Tots Foundation ! *

Tickets available now!! 


BWO Southern State Officials have announced that a BWO Southern State Heavyweight Champion will be decided on this evening! It is also known that four men will be battling for the belt!

The four men have been decided and they are:

"Dirty" Don Montoya

Reckless Youth

"Latin Terror" Anhell Gonzales

Hightstown's Own "Modern Day Enforcer" Eric Cooper

These four men met at the debut show in an epic tag team match, and BWO Southern State officials decided based off of that match that these are the four men they want to battle for the top prize. It is not known who will square off against who, but it will be a one night four man tournament with two first round matches, then the winners facing in the main event of the evening!


BWO Southern State officials have also added a second title, known as The BWO Southern State Phoenix Championship. How is the Phoenix division going to be different from the rest? Very Simple. Here is a small list of rules that the Phoenix Division will follow:

15 minute time Limit for _ALL_ Phoenix Championship & Phoenix

division matches!

If a winner is not decided in that 15 minutes, then there will be a 1 minute rest period, followed by a 5 minute sudden death round. If there is not a winner in that sudden death period, the match will then be declared a draw!

The Phoenix Championship and Phoenix Division matches will not be decided based on Disqualification and/or Count-outs. It will be decided based on Pin-fall/Submission/Knock-out/Referee's stoppage!

The Phoenix division is going to bring the sports aspect that Professional Wrestling is most known for. The Phoenix Championship will be crowned in an Elimination Style Fatal Four Way. It is not known who the four men will be, but officials did release the first three names:

"Canadian Shooter" Tommy Force w/ JADEN

Vinny 'The Fixxer' Rosa

JUST ADDED - Draven Blaze

These three men both left the debut show victorious, and for their efforts were placed into this match. The final spot is yet to still be determined.


"Lone Wolf" Evan Myers versus Steve 'The Jerk' Off

These are two of the young lions in the whole territory of BODYSLAM Wrestling Organization. They have been making huge waves up in Northern New Jersey, whether it is Steve Off capturing the Liberty Wrestling Organization Heavyweight title, or Evan Myers in his violent blood feud with Eric Cooper, these men are both coming to BWO Southern State to make an impact!


BWO Southern State Officials wanted to also take it to the air on this evening and have gone out and signed another four way dance. This one however has different rules:

One fall to a finish

No Tags are necessary like in other Fatal Four Ways

This match promises to be high-flying and extremely action packed! Also whoever wins this match will be in a definite line for a future BWO Southern State Phoenix title shot! The four men in this match will be:

"Puerto Rican Prodigy" Chrono Chris versus "Pretty Boy" Eric Hiller versus "CK" Corey Kastle versus Kekoa 'The Flyin Hawaiian'!


Making his Southern State debut: Rockin' Rebel, "Lone Wolf" Evan Myers, Richie Rotten & Chaos, "Da Remix of Pro Wrestling" Vince Steele, The Sensational 1, "Dangerous" Danny Danger and more!

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11/9 Waukesha, WI results

Inside the BCW Arena history was made as new champions were crowned.

Dysfunction pinned Troy Walters

Katie Syren pinned Jose Guerrero

Arya Daivari beat Derek St. Holmes with the "Magic Carpet Ride"

TC Washington, Chris Black, El Hazz Shabazz and Xavier Mustafa beat American History Next

Keith Walker pinned Dinn T. More to win AWA-Brew City Wrestling championship

Russian Assassin and Billy Morgan beat Mario Ferrari and Michael Mack

Greg "The Hammer Valentine and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake beat Dinn T. More and Ryan Cross to win AWA-Brew City Wrestling tag team championship.


AWA-Brew City Wrestling returns to the BCW Arena inside the AMF Lanes on Saturday, January 12, 2008 for the 4th Anniversary Bash, "RISE TO HONOR IV"



Championship Wrestling returns to Kingsport, TN this Saturday night (November 17) at the Civic Auditorium. Bell Time is 8:00 PM... This card is headlined by a Triple Main Event!

Here is the complete card:

Main Event # 1 National Heavyweight Title Match

Champion, Big Steve Fury vs. Tony "The Dragon" Givens

Main Event # 2 Night Stick on a Pole Match

Special Referee - Alyx Winters

"Sensational" Wayne Adkins vs. "Tennessee Redneck" Chris Richards w/ John Hawkins

Main Event # 3 Grudge Match

"High Risk" Robbie Cassidy vs. Oleg Romanov

6 Way Match for the CW TV Title

Champion, Thorn w/ Kandy vs. "Mister Wrestling" Adam York vs. Dustin Steal vs. Mike Blade vs.

Moe Jenkins vs. "The Blackanese Assassin" Menace

US Tag Team Title Match

Champion, Nick Hammonds & Wayne Daniels w/ Barbie vs. "Handsome" Beau James & Matt Stevens

Special Challenge

"Power House" Ray Idol vs. Wayne Rogers

*Card Subject to Change*

Ticket Information Front Row: $10 General Admission: $8

Doors open at 7:00 PM

Venue Information

Civic Auditorium, 1550 Fort Henry Dr, Kingsport, TN 37664. (423) 229-9457

For more information on Championship Wrestling, visit us at



OCTOBER 27th @ Ryan Township Fire Hall(Barnesville, PA)

1. In a Parejas Increibles match, Jigsaw & Hydra defeated UltraMantis Black & Shane Storm.

2. New Star Navigation: Soldier Ant prevailed over Crossbones.

3. New Star Navigation: Tim Donst upset Icarus with the CHIKARA Special.

4. New Star Navigation: Brodie Lee beat Worker Ant with the Niagara Driver.

5. New Star Navigation: Hallowicked & Delirious defeated the duo of Ophidian & Amasis.

6. Young Lions Cup Match: Helios won the Cup from Chuck Taylor.

7. New Star Navigation: Fire Ant pinned Dragon Yuki with a Prawn Hold.

8. Claudio Castagnoli used his Ricola Bomb to pin Larry Sweeney.

9. Cheech & Cloudy picked up their 3rd point at the expense of The Olsen Twins.

10. New Star Navigation: Lince Dorado pinned Mitch Ryder with a Rolling Reverse Prawn Hold. After the match, challenges were issued back and forth, until Leonard F. Chikarason made official a lucha de apuesta to take place November 18th, pitting the mask of Lince Dorado against the hair of Mitch Ryder.

OCTOBER 26th @ The Riverside (Reading, PA)

1. UltraMantis Black & Hydra & Crossbones beat the trio of Dragon Dragon, USApe & Moscow when Hydra pinned USApe.

2. Jigsaw scored the win over Dragon Yuki.

3. Cheech & Cloudy picked up their second point by defeating Ophidian & Amasis.

4. The Colony were victorious over The Olsen Twins & Brodie Lee when Worker Ant hit a Victory Roll on Colin.

5. Claudio Castagnoli used his Ricola Bomb to pin Chuck Taylor.

6. Mitch Ryder defeated Equinox.

7. NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Title Match: The bout between Mike Quackenbush and Lince Dorado was declared a No Contest after Mitch Ryder fouled Quackenbush, and then lashed Dorado with a leather belt.

8. Eddie Kingston defeated Tim Donst in a hard-fought contest.

9. Campeonatos de Parejas Title Match: Hallowicked & Delirious won the titles from Icarus & Chuck Taylor, two falls to one. Taylor was made to substitute for the injured Gran Akuma by ruling of Leonard F. Chikarason.


CHIKARA: Final 2007 Hellertown event next Saturday, November 17th!

"The Sordid Perils of Everyday Existence"

Saturday night, November 17th, 2007

Live @ The American Legion Hall! 935 Main Street in Hellertown, PA!

All seats just $15.00!

Doors open at 6:30 pm. Bell time is 7:00 pm.

The 2007 CHIKARA season, our sixth and biggest by far, is coming to a close. So don't miss out on our huge 3-part season finale that kicks off in Reading, rolls through Hellertown and ends up in Philly! We're closing out Hellertown for the year with a stacked card filled with special guests, and a host of CHIKARA favorites as well! Seven of the card's nine bouts are already announced:


Hallowicked & Delirious (Campeones de Parejas) vs. Cheech & Cloudy (Challengers)

SINGLES SHOWDOWN~ Claudio Castagnoli vs. K-Dojo star MIYAWAKI

ONE ON ONE~ Chris Hero vs. Equinox

RELEVOS ATOMICOS~ Mike Quackenbush & Tim Donst & Super Smash Bros. vs.

Mitch Ryder & Robbie Ellis & Gran Akuma & Icarus

SINGLES ACTION!~ Soldier Ant vs. Shayne Hawke

INTERNATIONAL TAG EXPLOSION!~ El Pantera & Lince Dorado vs. The Osirian Portal

FIRST TIME EVER~ Chuck Taylor vs. Toryumon star Passion Hasegawa

Advance tickets are already on sale (in our online store) and complete information is available at!  And if you haven't seen our website lately, you haven't seen us at all!

"Battle of Who Could Care Less"

Friday night, November 16th, 2007

Live @ The Riverside Beneficial Assoc.!

1742 Pear Street in Reading, PA!

All seats just $15.00!

Doors open at 7:00 pm. Bell time is 7:30 pm.

MAIN EVENT!~ Hallowicked & Delirious (Campeones de Parejas) & Tim Donst

vs. Eddie Kingston & Sabian & Joker


TAG TEAM SHOWDOWN!~ Claudio Castagnoli & Equinox vs. Chris Hero & Shayne Hawke

RELEVOS ATOMICOS!~ Mike Quackenbush & The Colony vs. F.I.S.T. & The Osirian Portal

SINGLES ACTION!~ Brodie Lee vs. Passion Hasegawa of the Toryumon

FIRST TIME MEETING!~ El Pantera & Lince Dorado vs. The Olsen Twins

LADIES ACTION!~ Sara Del Rey vs. Portia Perez

TRIOS BOUT!~ Los Ice Creams & Jigsaw vs. Mitch Ryder & Robbie Ellis & Larry Sweeney

FIRST TIME EVER~ Chuck Taylor vs. Shane Storm


Advance tickets are already on sale (in our online store) and complete information is available at! 

"Chapter 11"

Sunday afternoon, November 18th, 2007

Live @ The New Alhambra (ECW Arena)!

7 Ritner St. on the corner of Swanson

in South Philadelphia, PA!

All seats just $15.00!

Doors open at 3:30 pm. Bell time is 4:00 pm.

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Coliseum Championship Wrestling was in action in Evansville, Indiana on November 7, 2007

El Chupacabbra defeated Havoc

Johnnie Watts beat Shank Barzini

J-Boy won over Toxic

"The CCW Originals"Pothead & J Grunge def. "The New Age Assassin" Tim Renesto & "The Killa" Billy Hardaway

Mitch Ryder defeated Jimmy Jacobs



CZW returned to the ECW Arena November 10, 2007, in their lead up show their annual Cage of Death super-show.

Greg Excellence defeated Bandido, Jr., Ryan McBride, and Top Prospect

Olsen Twins defeated "Canadian Superstars"

CZW Iron Man Title

Joker defeated DJ Hyde by pinfall to win teh CZW Iron Man Title to a large and surprised crowd reaction.

The Nicky Benz Show took place.

LJ defeated Nicky Benz

Team AnDrew defeated Cheech and Brodie Lee, with a post-match run-in by Nte Hatred, who's dropped weight and looks a lot more like the monster from CZW prior to his back injury.

In the CZW Junior Title Match; in what was far and away the match of the night. Sabian successfully defended his CZW Junior heavyweight Title against the returning LuFisto

Cloudy defeated Grim Reefer

CZW World Tag Team Title Match

Niles Young and Derek Frazier (with Noel Harlow) successfully defended their titles, defeating Jon Dahmer and Danny Demanto (with Rockin Rebel) in a Dusty finish

While the match was OK, the pre-match was far more fun; including fans waving string cheese at Noel Harlow (cheese...rat...get it?) followed by a shoot war between DeManto and the (returning?) Rockin Rebel, with various comments thrown around about Rebel "kills every promotion he's been in", whether or not Noel Harlow is an Arenaecus Rodenticus and how much, various personal habits and sexual preferences of Young and Frazier

In the usual sick, twisted ultraviolence (Pennsylvania version) that you'd expect, Brain Damage defeated Toby Klein to retain his CZW Ultraviolent Underground title

CZW World Title:

Joker vs. Ruckus defeated Joker is what was a good match, but one that saw little crowd reaction; as Ruckus acknowledged that LuFisto was originally to be the mystery opponent (IMO, things worked out for the best, as LuFisto worked well with Sabian) and the crowd seemed disappointed in no real mystery opponent (and no Necrobutcher). In more important news, Joker did stated he's going to start training to be an Army Ranger in February 2008 and used that as his reason to challenge Ruckus and "get his chance now while he can".

Main event/4 Corners of Pain

Naptown Dragons (Diehard Dustin Lee and Scotty Vortekz) defeated Drake Younger and Danny Havoc after Havoc submitted (after initially hobbling out on crutches, selling last month's injury) to leg submission.


Saturday, December 8, 2007CZW "Cage of Death IX"

Doors - 7:00 PM • Bell - 7:30 PM, New Alhambra Arena, 7 W. Ritner Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148


TEAM CZW - "The Psycho Shooter" Drake Younger, Danny Havoc, The Necro Butcher, & "Mr. Insanity" Toby Klein vs. THE MBA - Ultraviolent Underground Champion Brain Damage, "The Lariat" DJ Hyde, Scotty Vortekz, & "Diehard" Dustin Lee


"The Black Jesus" Sabian vs. "The Missionary of Violence" LuFisto


The Miracle Ultraviolence Connection of Brodie Lee, Cheech, & Cloudy vs. Team AnDrew - Andy Sumner & Drew Gulak and the in-ring return of Nate Hatred


"The One Man Army" Lobo vs. Maven T. Bentley, Esq.


CZW Tickets are: Front row SOLD OUT/second row $35/third row $30/$25 General Admission.

You can order your tickets online CZW's online ticket site.



ECWA ANNOUNCEMENT: The following will be inducted into our ECWA HALL of FAME On December 1






On Saturday, November 10 ECWA returned to the Greater Newark Boys' & Girls' Club in Newark, DE for the 2007 Super 8 Tournament. Here are your semi detailed results.

Doors opened at 6:30 and the show started promptly at 7:30.

Luminaries in attendance included Mike Johnson, Kathy Fitzpatrick, Pete Theophill, Bodyguard for Hire, and the kid who has season tickets to lacrosse.

The First Round of the Super 8 saw:

Rob Eckos defeated Billy Bax

Matt Logan beat Rob Conway when he rolled Conway up as he was attempting his neckbreaker finisher.

Jerry Lynn cradle piledrove Brian Fury for the win.

Sonjay Dutt camel clutched Human Tornado, causing him to submit, in the most enjoyable match of the first round.

The Semi Finals started with Sonjay Dutt pinning Rob Eckos after a 450 splash.

Jerry Lynn then pinned Matt Logan after the cradle piledriver.

The Annual ECWA Summit Rumble saw Prince Nana (who was the most over wrestler of the entire night) victorious. Participants in the Rumble included Freak Nasty, Bryan Logan, Mozart Fonatine, Chase Del Monte, Travis Blake, Ace Darling, Mr. Scott Wright, Megs, Jason Leigh, Timothy Richards, JJ Crew Guy, Frederick of Hollywood, Glen Osbourne, Hot Shot Mike Reed, Kermon the German, Guy with Red Hiar, Sean Royal, Brian Soscia, Max Von Bauer, Jim Shorts, Robere' Shields, Corey Blaze, Dan Eckos, Mike Tobin, El' Trouble, Alec Chance, Gus Grand, and JJ Cruz ("He Can't Lose").

JJ Cruz had the best entrance to the Rumble and Mr. Ooh La La was at ringside for the match and was as entertaining as ever (if not more entertaining that usual).

The Finals of the 2007 Super 8 Tournament saw Jerry Lynn defeat Sonjay Dutt, in the match of the night. Both men hit everything in their arsenal but Jerry was able to nail Sonjay with the credle piledriver to score the pinfall.

After the match, Jerry Lynn took the mic to talk about his 20th year in the business (which will take place next year) and to thank Jim Kettner for inviting him and the fans for supporting him for all these years.


Saturday, Dec 1 - Hall of Fame at the Greater Newark Boys' & Girls' Club Newark, Delaware.



Friday 11/2/07

"The Final Stand II", Plainfield Town Hall, Plainfield, Connecticut

1. NWA Ireland Heavyweight Champion Phil "The Thrill" Boyd over fellow Irishman Paul Tracey to retain the championship.

2. "Trouble Walkin" Thom Kane over "The Egomaniac" Johnny Idol.

3. "Bad Karma" Christian Angers survived a Gridiron Gauntlet match over Owen Graichen, Grayson Alexander, and "Switchblade" Shane Sharpe to become the Number One Contender for the Television Championship.

4. Sonny Goodspeed & Panther Martin over "The Epic" Mike Bennett & Bryce Andrews in a Hair vs. Hair match. The stipulation was that whoever was the victim of a pinfall, submission, DQ, or countout would have their head shaved. Even though Sonny got a pinfall victory, Mike and Bryce shaved his head anyway. Sonny is now completely bald.

5. Rocco Abruzzi over "Nightmare" Nick Steel in EPW's first-ever dog collar match to win the Television Championship.

6. Brutal Bob Evans beat Ray Diamond five falls to four in a 45-minute Iron Man match to win the Heavyweight Championship.

7. Pride (Dan Freitas & Brian Nunes) over The Winter Hill Gang (Sid Reeves & Clip O'Reilly) in professional wrestling's first-ever Pride Penetentary match (steel cage match with two cells inside the cage wrapped in barbed wire). Two wrestlers were locked in the cells/mini-cages with barbed wire on top and outside. The only way to win was to unlock your partner and retrieve the belts from top of the pole...but the key was above your own cage on another pole, and you had to negotiate the cage and more barbed wire to get there.

Saturday 11/3/07

VFW Post #237

Bristol, Rhode Island

Benefit shows for the Kayleigh Raposa Memorial Fund..."TV Taping" for the "EPW

Challenge" Internet TV show.

Afternoon show:

Ring Announcer: Shawn O'Vincent

Referees: Dan Tanaka, Amber Rae, and Steven "The Turtle" Weiner

1. NWA Ireland Heavyweight Champ Phil "The Thrill" Boyd over fellow Irishman Paul Tracey to retain the championship.

2. Ray Diamond over Handsome Johnny (with Marshall McNeil).

3. "Trouble Walkin" Thom Kane over "The Egomaniac" Johnny Idol (with Marshall McNeil). After the match, Johnny complained about Thom's use of the chokeslam. EPW Vice President Ricky Vazquez ordered a Chokeslam Challenge match for their next event this Friday 11/9 in Somerset, Massachusetts.

4. Chunky But Funky (Sonny Goodspeed & D.J. Baron) over Maximum Effect (Big Rick Fuller & Max Bauer).

5. Heavyweight Champ Brutal Bob Evans over "The Golden Greek" Alex Arion to retain the championship.

6. Lexxus over Nikki Roxx (aka TNA's Roxxi Leveaux).

7. Bryce Andrews over Grayson Alexander.

8. "The Giant" Rob Aruajo, Ian Conley, & "Switchblade" Shane Sharpe over Jason Snyper, Lukas Sharp, & Shaya Shabo in a six-man tag team match.

9. "Straight Edge" Brian Fury over "Nightmare" Nick Steel.

10. "Bad Karma" Christian Angers over Rocco Abruzzi to win the Television Championship.

11. The Winter Hill Gang (Sid Reeves & Clip O'Reilly) over Pride (Brian Nunes & Dan Freitas) to win the Tag Team Championship.

Evening show:

Ring Announcer: Shawn O'Vincent

Referees: Dan Tanaka and Amber Rae

1. Bryce Andrews over Jason Snyper.

2. Dan Freitas over NWA Ireland's Paul Tracey.

3. The returning "The Rocket" Fred Curry, Jr. over Owen Graichen.

Promo--Chunky But Funky (Sonny Goodspeed & D.J. Baron) come out to basically complain that they haven't had a Tag Team Championship shot in a long time. Out come The Winter Hill Gang (Sid Reeves & Clip O'Reilly) to crash the party. Sonny asks EPW Vice President Ricky Vazquez if he will allow a championship match for tonight. Ricky agreed, but both Sonny and D.J. were attacked by Sid and Clip. Ian Conley and "The Giant" Rob Aruajo come out to save the day. Sid

and Clip then challenge Ian and Rob to a match for the championship later in the show.

4. The returning "Revolution" Chris Venom over Shaya Shabo.

5. Steven "The Turtle" Weiner & "Switchblade" Shane Sharpe over Anthony Pacitto & Lukas Sharp.

6. NWA Ireland Heavyweight Champ Phil "The Thrill" Boyd over Television Champ "Bad Karma" Christian Angers to retain the championship (Only the NWA Ireland Heavyweight Championship was on the was not a title-for-title match).

7. Rocco Abruzzi over "Nightmare" Nick Steel in an "I Quit" match. "The Brooklyn Bomber" Tony Montana was the guest referee. At one point, Nick got into an argument with Tony, and both traded punches. Nick ultimately fell victim to Rocco's submission hold.

8. Heavyweight Champ Brutal Bob Evans over Ray Diamond to retain the championship.

9. "The Giant" Rob Aruajo and Ian Conley over The Winter Hill Gang (Sid Reeves & Clip O'Reilly) to win the Tag Team Championship.


Friday, November 24, 2007, Westerly Armory, Westerly, RI

Main Event: RAGE IN A CAGE!

2 Teams battle it out inside a 10 foot high steel cage!

Westerly's "Rocket" Fred Curry, Jr., Westerly's Owen Graichen,

Ray Diamond, and PRIDE's Dan Freitas


"Brutal" Bob Evans, "Revolution" Chris Venom, and The Winter Hill Gang

Tag Team Challenge Match

Bryce & Bennett vs. Chunky But Funky

EPW TV Title

Christian Angers vs. Rocco Abruzzi

"Trouble Walkin" Thom Kane vs. "Egomaniac" Jonny Idol

"Nightmare" Nick Steel vs. Tony Montana

Shayne Sharpe vs. Anthony Pacitto

Plus other great action!

Tickets - $18 Cageside, $12 General Admission. Available at the Westerly Armory or online at

Friday, November 30, 2007, American legion hall, white river junction, vt



EWA Collission Course

Sunday, October 28th 7:00 PM, Live from the Arbutus Volunteer Fire Hall: 5200 Southwestern Blvd, Arbutus, MD 21227

Doyle Day & Prodigy attacked Ryan McBride after McBride turned down Doyles offer to join him and his "Boss"

Greg Excellence defeated Alex Lunar

EWA Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak and Ray Alexander went to a time limit draw.

Goldthumb defeated Mr E Machine

EWA Tag Team Champions Rehoboth Beach Crew defeated "The Best Around" TJ Cannon and Bruce Maxwell.

Jim Christian defeated Darth X

Ryan McBride & Teddy Stigma defeated Eagle & Champ Champagne

Niles Young defeated DJ Hyde after interference by Noel Harlow

MMA Exhibition saw Raphael Silva defeat Tim Donst via ref stoppage

EWA Heavyweight Champion Derek Frazier defeated Core after interference by Noel Harlow.


COLD FURY December 2nd, 2007

Arbutus Volunteer Fire Hall, 5200 Southwestern Blvd, Arbutus, MD 21227

FREE HOTLINE: 410-347-1410 


CZW Tag Team Champions Niles Young & Derek Frazier with Noel Harlow vs DJ Hyde & Core. SPECIAL STIPULATIONS-If Core or Hyde pin Frazier, they will get a heavyweight title shot on our January show. If either one of them pins Young, they will get 5 minutes in the ring with Noel Harlow that night.

EWA Cruiserweight Title Match: No Time Limit: Champion Drew Gulak vs Ray Alexander

EWA Tag Team Champions Rehoboth Beach Crew vs Ryan McBride & Teddy Stigma



From 11-03-07

Jason Hades defeated Ash with The Killswitch.

Mike Horning won the 4th $600 Six-Man Tag, defeating Jeff Brooks with a frog splash, who won the six-man portion of the match by pinning Akuma Okoye with the Shooting Star Press.

Mickie Knuckles defeated Kimberly Kash with the Shining Ignorance.

Chase Richards defeated Jay Jensen with a rollup. Jensen dominated the match, but Richards was able to surprise him. After the match, Jensen choked out Richards.

The Soul Touchaz (Marshe Rockett & Acid Jaz) w/C-Red defeated The Hybrid (Donovan Kane & Jason Light) with a combination Acid Trip and Top Rope Senton.

Night Breed (Abaddon & Baltazar) defeated The Kings of Death (Ian Rotten & Corporal Robinson) when J.D. Hughes and Kimberly Kash distracted Rotten, allowing Night Breed to double power bomb Robinson through two chairs.

Michael Elgin defeated Brandon Thomaselli with the Emerald Fusion.

Team W.A.R. (Acid & Synn) defeated The Iron Saints (Sal & Vito Thomaselli) two falls to none to become the 2nd ElitePro Tag Team Champions. The first fall came when Acid was able to rollup Vito while they were exchanging pin attempts. The final fall came when Team W.A.R. debuted a new double Burning Hammer on Vito to become the champions.

This was the final event for 2007, as ElitePro Wrestling will be going on "Holiday Break" for the remainder of the year. ElitePro returns to action on Saturday, January 5 which is tentatively scheduled to happen in Steger, IL at the VFW hall. Stay tuned to for details regarding the event as well as new videos and news.


1/05/08, Steger, IL, The VFW Hall

2/02/08, Oak Forest, IL, Oak Forest Park District

3/08/08, Oak Forest, IL, Oak Forest Park District



Anyone who orders a VIP Ticket online between NOW & NOV 20th will be entered into a raffle for a chance win a spot in Piper's Pit to personally ask Roddy a question! Saturday, December 1: Former WWE, ECW, WCW star 2 COLD SCORPIO. Tickets are $12 VIP Ringside, $10 General Admission. Kids 5 and under are free with paid adult. Order advance tickets online.



Posted by: "Marcus A. Fine"   in1fan

Sat Nov 10, 2007 3:44 am (PST)

The show began with a 10 bell salute honoring the lives of The Fabulous Moolah and Bob Shook (long-time EWF fan and grandfather of Jake Omen).

Wildman Rogers beat Lawrence Poffo

Midwestern Title: Nate Phoenix (c) beat Hank Calhoun

"The Nomads" Dark Lion & Matt Cavins beat "Main St. Youth" Jake Omen & Scotty Young

"Luscious" Louis Linaris beat Joey "Kidd" Owens

Hillbilly Jed beat Bob

After the match, Bob showed bad sportsmanship and refused to shake Jed's hand.

New Era Title: Just Justin (c) beat Andy Santos & Craig Poling in a 3 way

U-Gene Dinsmore & Osyris beat EWF Champion Ric Cannon & General Lee

Osyris pinned Cannon to win the match for his team.



EWF is pleased to announce that WWE Hall of Famer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper will be at the EWF Arena next Saturday Night, November 17th!

Piper will be hosting his "Piper's Pit". Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance to witness this legendary talk show live and up close. The Hot Rod will also be signing autographs at intermission.

The event will be held at the EWF Arena on 3400 S. Adams St. in Marion, IN on Saturday, November 17, 2007!

Doors open at 6:30 PM for VIP Ticket Holders, 7 PM for General Admission, and Belltime is 8 PM

Tickets are only $15 VIP, $12 General Admission. Seating is limited - secure your seat by ordering today!

Saturday, January 5, 2008: Former WWE, ECW, WCW star THE SANDMAN.

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Posted on 11/07/107 by Alan Wojcik

Before the big show this Saturday in Lecanto, Florida Championship Wrestling held their weekly Tuesday event at Bourbon Street Night Club, 4331 US 19N in New Port Richey.

The one and only “Handsome “Heath Miller made his way to the ring for some personal time with the ladies of Pasco County, actually his new segment called “Happy Hour.” But he was graced with a chant of “Carrot Top.” He told the fans he was sorry they wouldn’t be seeing him compete. He said he turned down many superstars who begged to be on the show. Instead he opted for an idol of his, Billy Kidman. Things seemed to start out peaceful with some chatting and beer. Miller told the fans how much he was inspired by Kidman’s in ring ability and called it an honor to be in the ring with him. Kidman thanked Miller for his kind words and told him that he wasn’t retired from the ring yet and he also said he came out to see the new superstars in FCW. When Kidman went to talk about the FCW locker room Miller begin to gloat about himself and mentioned Kidman was on the way out of the business instead of the top. As Miller went to wrap the segment up he turned his back on Kidman and the beer bucket of ice was dumped on his head.

Kevin Kiley made his way to talk to the fans about his debut and unfortunate loss to “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne. He said tonight he would begin to earn the respect of the FCW locker room beginning with Osborne who came out and was not too happy to hear Kiley’s comments saying he was going to hurt Kiley real bad.

(1) “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne defeated Kevin Kiley.

Osborne didn’t mess around and went to work on Kiley’s neck but released a front facelock to try and intimidate Kiley with some slaps to the head. Osborne went for a wristlock but Kiley countered to one of his own only to have Osborne break it. Kiley and Osborne traded headlocks as both tried to gain some momentum. It happened for Osborne when he refused a clean corner break and went to work with some punches and chokes. But Kiley blocked and countered a suplex before depositing Osborne on the top rope but his superplex was blocked and Osborne hit a second rope elbow drop to win.

(2) Bryan Kelly, Rycklon and “Super Fan” Chet Douglas defeated Hade Vansen, Sheamus O’Shaunessy & “Carnival Freak” Sinn Bowdee.

Before the match Douglas asked his partners for their autographs and they obliged him. But his opponents felt otherwise and tore up Douglas’ paper. Rycklon began for his team showing Vansen his power advantage. Vansen tagged in O’Shaunessy to match power with Rycklon and he was able to back Rycklon to his corner but Bowdee missed and nearly decked his partner. This allowed Rycklon to tag in Douglas who went for a Batista Bomb but O’Shaunessy countered and tagged in Bowdee. Kelly came in and went to work on Bowdee’s left arm that was damaged by Douglas. Things didn’t exactly click for Bowdee and his partners as Bowdee inadvertently kicked them as Kelly laid in punches as Bowdee was tied in the ropes. Rycklon and Vansen tagged back in and Rycklon tried to tear off Vansen’s arm getting his team involved in tags. Kelly went for a full nelson submission but Vansen backed him to the corner and hi eyes were raked as the referee went to eject Rycklon from the ring. Vansen and friends made several legal and illegal tags working over Kelly but they couldn’t get the win. But that all changed when Bowdee grabbed his rubber ducky to hit Kelly. Kelly switched places with O’Shaunessy and got Bowdee hit his partner. As the two argued over what went down Rycklon tagged in and Vansen was hit with a shoulder breaker. Kelly came in and hit the People’s Elbow and Douglas won with the Hulk Hogan legdrop. The trio posed for the fans using the Hulkster’s ring music.

(3) “Stampede Kid” TJ Wilson defeated Jake Hager via countout.

This was an ordered rematch from last week when Hager lost via DQ. Wilson came out ready for revenge and went to work trying to knock Hager down with forearms to the neck and back. Wilson hit a cross bodyblock but instead of going for the pin he climbed on Hager for some punches to the face. Hager fought back with punches of his own but his chops were returned by Wilson. But Wilson’s head scissor was countered by Hager who tossed Wilson over and sent Wilson’s face into the ringpost. Hager went to work with some legal and illegal moves trying to wear Wilson down as the fans cheered for the “Stampede Kid.” Hager stretched out Wilson’s back but Wilson fought to his feet only be suplexed onto the ropes where Hager hit a running knee. Wilson fell to the floor and barely beat the referee’s count into the ring as Hager kept breaking it with cheap shots. But Hager lost focus and was hit with a slingshot missile dropkick. Both men fought to their feet but it was Wilson who went on the attack with punches and a spinning heel kick after he avoided a running knee lift. Wilson went for a backslide and a rolling cradle but Hager kicked out of both pins. This frustrated Wilson who went for a dropkick but Hager grabbed the ropes and moved. Hager went for a Boston Crab but Wilson countered into the Sharpshooter but Hager made it to the ropes. Hager felt he had enough and went to the locker room to lose via countout. After the bell Wilson took the mic and challenged Hager to a lumberjack match next week.

(4) In a Diva’s Challenge match, Victoria Crawford defeated Friday Night Smackdown’s Maryse.

Maryse wasted no time in going to work with a wristlock but was countered by Crawford who was countered by Maryse. Maryse avoided Crawford on a rope move with a split and hit a monkey flip but was kicked in the gut for her effort. Crawford hit a gutbuster and several kicks to the head as the crowd enjoyed the bout. Both ladies hit forearms to the chest but Crawford placed Maryse in the Tree of Woe and proceeded to rip off her opponent’s top. Crawford freed Maryse only to lock in a rib stretch hold but Maryse got out and got a school roll for two. But Crawford got to her feet first and got a kick to the injured abdomen locking in a standing stretch but Maryse fought out and hit more forearms. Maryse went for a pin but opted for some hair pulling and then pulled of Crawford’s top. But before Maryse knew what hit her, Crawford won with a backslide.

(5) Steve Lewington defeated “The Natural” Nick Nemeth.

Nemeth took his time taking his ring shirt off and he was interrupted by Lewington who came out and told Nemeth he was ready to wrestle not have a pose down. Nemeth eventually took off top but was reluctant to lock up with Lewington and complained about anything that would keep him from chest chops which Lewington delivered. Nemeth went for a Flair Flop but came off with Lewington’s powerslam. But Lewington’s offense was stopped when Nemeth hit a cheap shot followed by a cross armbreaker. Nemeth went to work stretching the rules as far as he could including a chinlock but Lewington fought back. Nemeth thought he won with a swinging neckbreaker but got only two. Nemeth kept on the neck with a chinlock but Lewington got out and hit a modified Rock Bottom. Both men struggled to their feet but Lewington hit a second rope elbow to the jaw for two. Lewington used his power to launch Nemeth into the lights with a slam but that also got two. Nemeth got a school boy roll for two but Lewington hit a second Roc Bottom to gain the hard fought victory.

We were blessed by the presence of the Bella Twins who came out to talk about their time in Tampa. But when they mentioned being supporters of the USF Bulls, The Young Lions (Chris Grey & Tommy Taylor) came out. The Lions came out not to argue with the Bella’s but ask them out on a date saying Bourbon St was full of tossers. When the Bella’s declined the Lions said the Bulls and the Bella’s both sucked. This brought out Robert Anthony & Johnny Curtis who told the Lions where to stick their insults.

(6) Robert Anthony & Johnny Curtis defeated The Young Lions (Chris Grey & Tommy Taylor.)

The bell rang and Anthony/Curtis went to work on Taylor with a flurry of moves. Anthony and Curtis’ attack included a double team suplex but their offense was stopped when Grey hit Curtis in the neck on a rope run. This allowed the Lions the opening they needed for a tag and the fresh Grey a chance to attack Curtis. The Lions attacked Curtis’ neck for several minutes as Anthony could only watch on and cheer for his partner. Grey went to use his wrist tape to choke out Curtis but the Twins saw it and ratted Grey out to the referee. But Grey and the referee argued Curtis rolled up Grey for the victory. The Lions threw the British equivalent of a temper tantrum as the Twins left with the victors.

(7) Kofi Kingston defeated “The Professional” Mike Mondo.

After seeing his partner lose earlier in the evening, Mondo didn’t take Kingston lightly working over the head with a headlock. But Kingston fought back going after Mondo’s left shoulder as Mondo tried to figure out a counter. That counter was a cheap shot knee on a corner break. Mondo went to drive Kingston’s face into the turnbuckle but Kingston did some driving of his own sending Mondo back to the mat in the armbar. Mondo countered out but Kingston countered back sending Mondo to the floor where Kingston teased a tope’. Mondo came back in the ring with a plan of attack, on Kingston’s head with a headlock takeover. Kingston fought out and hit dropkick but Mondo fired back with kicks to Kingston’s back. Mondo went on the offensive with shots to Kingston’s neck and back with a chinlock. Kingston fought out of the hold with a sunset flip for two but Mondo got to his feet faster and hit a clothesline. Mondo went back to the neck with a chinlock but Kingston fought out once again. This time Kingston came out of the hold but walked right into a sleeper hold. But Kingston fought out and hit a jawbreaker which might have sent teeth to the fans. Kingston went for a move but Mondo moved and Kingston hit the corner hard. Mondo went for a second rope move but Kingston was ready and attacked Mondo’s left arm with a series of holds getting two. Kingston’s monkey flip was countered but he sent Mondo to the mat only to miss a tope rope move. Mondo went for a rollup but Kingston countered into a double leg move that got him the victory to the shock of Mondo.

(8) In a Texas Tornado Tag Match, FCW Southern Heavyweight champion Afa Jr. & the 7Ft Giant Titan defeated G-Rilla & Ted DiBiase Jr.

The four men wasted no time and brawled on the floor at the opening bell. Titan kept G-Rilla on the floor as DiBiase and Afa returned to the ring where DiBiase avoided a superkick and sent Afa back to the floor. Titan was using a chair on G-Rilla’s throat before he tossed him back to the ring where G-Rilla fought back with punches as DiBiase hit Afa with a pool cue. G-Rilla dumped Titan to the floor as Afa went to the ring for safety but he didn’t realize he was in a double team situation and G-Rilla went to work as DiBiase went to the floor after Titan. But Titan was ready and slammed DiBiase on the floor before sending him back to the ring as G-Rilla tossed Afa to the floor where they fought into the crowd. Afa raked G-Rilla’s eyes and went to toss him into chairs but his toss was reversed and the champion went into the chairs. Back in the ring Titan had DiBiase locked in a sleeper but couldn’t get the submission. Afa fought back and sent G-Rilla into a door before coming back to the ring where he missed a corner splash. DiBiase tried to keep both men injured as he waited for G-Rilla to come back to the ring. But as he had Afa locked in the Million Dollar Dream, Titan came from behind and hit a chokeslam which allowed Afa to hit a top rope frog splash to end the battle.

Florida Championship Wrestling returned to its roots as it came to the Crystal River on Saturday November 10 to be part of the “Dave Williams Celebrity Tribute to Jesse’s Place.” The event took place at the Lecanto High School 3810 W. Educational Path, Lecanto, FL 34461. A majority of funds will go to the child advocacy center being built in the memory of Jessica Lunsford.

In addition to the FCW Superstars, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Defensive Tackle #95 Chris Hovan, Offensive Guard #72 Dan Buenning and the one, the only Hall of Fame Inductee Big Nasty were in attendance to watch with the fans and Mark Lunsford with several of his family members.

(1) Kevin Kiley defeated “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne.

Kiley informed the fans of his recent matches against Osborne at Bourbon Street, calling Osborne a bully. Not to be outdone Osborne told Kiley he was in the “Bad Seed Zone” and he wasn’t going to leave the same way he entered. Kiley and Osborne began the match trying to work the other’s left arm but Kiley got in some bodyslams softening up Osborne. Osborne escaped the armbar the only way he knew how; he cheated by raking Kiley’s eyes. Osborne kept Kiley on the defensive with shots to the face but Kiley ducked a punch and got a sunset flip for two. All that did was anger Osborne who hit a snap suplex but got two. Osborne questioned the referee on his cadence and it allowed Kiley to recover, hitting several elbows to the chest but Osborne fired back with a chest chop. Osborne went for the win via a Rude Awakening but Kiley countered into a backslide to get the first win of his young career.

“The Natural” Nick Nemeth and his manager Big Rob made their way to the ring. After insulting the fans about where they lived he went to take off his t-shirt but was interrupted by Moose Madison.

(2) “The Natural” Nick Nemeth (w/Big Rob) defeated Moose Madison.

Once the bell rang Nemeth did everything in his power to avoid Madison, including ducking between the ropes and hiding behind the referee. When they did lock up it was Madison who took the fight to Nemeth who fled the ring and jumped into Big Rob’s arms for safety. After conferring with Big Rob, Nemeth came in the hard way via a Madison slingshot from the ring apron. Nemeth went to call time out but he got scooped up in an Airplane Spin. That got Big Rob on the apron to distract Madison, which worked as Nemeth clipped Madison’s left knee. Nemeth went to work on the injured knee and lower leg with a series of legal and illegal holds but Madison refused to submit. Madison survived an ankle lock hold and leveled Nemeth with an enziguri. Both men raced to see who would get to their feet first and it was Madison who avoided a Bronco Buster that made Nemeth’s face the color of his pink ring tights. Madison hit two atomic drops and a bulldog which got Big Rob on the apron again but Madison decked him with a punch. Madison went to end the match with a knee drop but Nemeth moved and with the tights pulled scored the pinfall.

(3) Rycklon & “Super Fan” Chet Douglas defeated “Handsome” Heath Miller & G-Rilla.

Before the match Miller graced us with an introduction of himself and his huge partner. They were interrupted by their opponents who shook hands with everyone as they entered. Douglas asked Miller for his autograph but miller tossed the pen into the crowd and tried to shove the paper in Douglas’ face. All that did was make Douglas angry as he laid in some forearm shots and allowed Rycklon to get some in before his Rock Bottom was blocked. Miller tried to fight back but more punches sent him to the floor to regroup with G-Rilla. Miller’s new plan seemed to be to tag in his partner but Douglas tag in the powerful Rycklon who went hold for hold with G-Rilla. Rycklon and Douglas were a good duo until Douglas went to slam G-Rilla and that didn’t go too well for him until he avoided an elbow drop and got hit with the Flip, Flop and Fly. Douglas went to the ropes but Miller hit him from behind and it allowed G-Rilla to get on the attack with heavy hitting power moves. Miller and G-Rilla kept Douglas away from Rycklon for several minutes but couldn’t get the win. G-Rilla went to win with a Bonsai Drop but only hit Douglas’ legs. This allowed Rycklon to tag in and get back on the power move attack and avoid G-Rilla who accidentally splashed his partner. Rycklon slammed G-Rilla and tagged in Douglas who won the match with People’s Elbow.

(4) Jake Hager defeated Doink the Clown.

Hager took some time to answer some of the “burring questions” the fans had for him about his amateur background before insulting his opponent, the one and only Doink the Clown. Doink came out to cheers and decided to have some fun with Hager who came to wrestle. Instead Doink decided to play mind games making Hager be his pony for a moment or two. Hager demanded a test of strength from Doink but ended up doing the YMCA as Doink kept making Hager work for the challenge. He got Hager on his knees after stomping on both of his feet. A criss-cross occurred but Doink slid out the floor and sat with the children. All that did was make Hager chase him but Doink slid underneath the ring. Hager went to the side he thought Doink was going to come from but when he got there, Doink came from the other side and bit Hager on the buttocks. Doink’s fun was stopped when his cross body block allowed Hager to hit a Hot Shot and a gutwrench suplex. Hager followed with a vertical suplex for two before locking in a neckvise submission. Doink escaped and avoided a Hager elbow drop before chopping him down with a series of punches. Doink cornered Hager for ten punches and went up top but his senton bomb missed and it allowed Hager to hit a sitout power bomb to get the win and boos from the fans,

(5) In a 6 Diva’s tag team match; Victoria Crawford & the Bella Twins (Nicole & Brianna) defeated Nattie Neidhart, Smackdown’s Maryse & Lacey Von Erich

Brianna and Neidhart picked up where they left off several weeks ago in a tag match. But the Twins and Crawford got control working over Neidhart’s left arm. Neidhart fought back taking on Nicole but bailed to the floor when things didn’t go her way. Maryse came over to give some words of encouragement but it took a triple team effort to get control of the match, working over Crawford who tagged in for her team. Von Erich tagged in to face Brianna as Neidhart and Maryse discussed who was in charge of the team. They should have been focused on the match as Von Erich got tossed around. They saw what was going on and hit Brianna with a double team move and they focused on Brianna’s left knee. But Brianna refused to submit and was able to escape to tag in Nicole as Maryse tagged in for her team. All six ladies got in and the fight was on. Maryse had Nicole pinned but the referee was busy trying to separate the other four competitors. As this was going down Brianna switched places with her sister as Maryse argued with the referee. When she went back to get a suplex, Brianna countered out and won via double leg pin.

(6) Billy Kidman defeated “Carnival Freak” Sinn Bowdee.

Kidman wasn’t intimidated at all by Bowdee, pulling hair and the goatee to gain control. Kidman even used eye gouges and punches as Bowdee tried to clear the proverbial cobwebs. As he did that he got hit with a head scissor to the floor and Kidman followed with a tope’. Both men fought on the floor and Kidman paid as Bowdee tossed him into the ring post. Bowdee kept on the attack driving Kidman’s rib into the post before bringing him in to lock in a bear hug like hold. Kidman refused to submit so Bowdee released the hold only to hit a backbreaker and back to the waistlock. Kidman fought to his feet and hit Bowdee with a ribcracker. This allowed Kidman to get on the attack with a series of moves but he ran into a Bowdee powerslam for two. Bowdee missed a clothesline and Kidman hit a dropkick which set up the Shooting Star Press but Bowdee stopped that, going for a superplex. But Kidman fought off the top rope and got the win with a spear like move.

(7) FCW Southern Heavyweight champion Afa Jr. vs. Steve Lewington.

Afa tried to bully Lewington but got sent to the floor after Lewington hit a series of shots to the head. Afa came back on the apron but Lewington brought him in with a slingshot and more power moves before bailing to the floor again. Lewington followed him out and drove Afa’s face into ring apron before slamming him on the floor. Lewington got two after he tossed Afa back in the ring and went to work on the champion’s arm but was countered. Afa brought Lewington to the rope and drove it into the rope causing damage. Afa found a weakness and went to work destroying Lewington’s arm and upper body with nerve holds. Despite the tremendous pain Lewington refused to submit even as Afa hit him with headbutts. Afa went for a corner splash but Lewington used his legs to stop Afa and get two on a pin attempt. Lewington went for a backslide but Afa sent him into the referee. This allowed Afa to hit a cheap shot but get only two. Lewington fought back with forearm shots but his rollup pin was what cost him the match as Afa rolled through and got his shoulders up as the three count as rendered.

(8) Ted DiBiase Jr. & Kofi Kingston defeated Former WWE Tag Team champions and current Smackdown superstars Deuce & Domino (w/Cherry).

Kingston and DiBiase showed they were not intimidated by their opponents, even ignoring the order to not look at Cherry who roller skated around ringside. Deuce and DiBiase began the match and DiBiase got a quick two count rollup which only angered Deuce. DiBiase didn’t back down hitting a dropkick and tagging in Kingston who also hit Deuce with a dropkick for two. Domino was able to tag in after Deuce backed Kingston to the corner but Kingston hit several armdrags which took Domino to the canvas. Deuce was able to tag in but he allowed DiBiase to tag back in and he got hit with a shoulder tackle. All four men fought in the ring but it was Kingston and DiBiase who stood for the moment as “Leader’s of the Pack.” Deuce came back in to face DiBiase but on a rope break Domino pulled DiBiase down from behind and the double teaming from the former champions went into full swing. Deuce & Domino kept DiBiase on his back as they attacked his left knee but DiBiase got away and tagged in an energized Kingston who took on both men as DiBiase tried to get his wind back. Kingston scored the upset win by hitting Domino with a cross body block.

(9) The 7ft Giant Titan won the 30 person over the top battle royal to become the new #1 contender to the FCW Southern Heavyweight championship. The final four men were Billy Kidman, Heath Miller, G-Rilla and TJ Wilson. After being eliminated from the match, Titan came out and tossed several people out and FCW officials saw it saying Titan was tossed through the middle rope not over the top.


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Full Impact Pro returned to Crystal River, FL on 11/9. Here are the results:

1) Seth Delay defeated Jon Davis

2) Chasyn Rance of The YRR defeated Jerrelle Clark

3) Davey Richards defeated Jack Evans

4) ROH World Champion Nigel McGuinness made a suprise appearance and said he would defend the ROH World Title in FIP when his torn biceps healed. FIP World Heavyweight Champion Roderick Strong then came out and had some words for Nigel. This will be documented in the next ROH Video Wire.

5) Black Market vs. Heartbreak Express brawl ended with The HBX fleeing in a car

6) Rain of The YRR defeated Panther Claw with the help of Sal Rinauro.

7) Sal Rinauro defeated Erick Stevens after interference from other YRR members to WIN THE FIP FLORIDA HERITAGE TITLE. Davey Richards attacked Stevens before the match.

8) Kenny King & Jason Blade of The YRR defeated Jay & Mark Briscoe to WIN THE FIP TAG TEAM TITLES.

9) Roderick Strong defeated Claudio Castagnoli of The YRR in a 2/3 Falls Match for the FIP World Heavyweight Title.


Already signed for 12/15 in Crystal River:

FIP Tag Team Title Rematch: Jason Blade & Kenny King vs. Jay & Mark Briscoe

Double Dog Collar Match: Black Market vs. The Heartbreak Express



UK: 11/10 West Midlands, England

Posted on 11/12/107 by Oliver Newman

The Bouncer shows he is the REAL deal by matching ROH Star Jimmy Jacobs at Future Championship Wrestling’s ’Anarchy at the Arena’ By Oliver Newman

Company: Future Championship Wrestling

Date: Saturday 10th November 2007

Time: 7:00pm

Attendance: 360

Price: General - £10 or a Party of 4 - £36

Location: The Glades Arena, Kidderminster, West Midlands.

Kris Godsize welcomes the crowd to FCW ‘Anarchy At The Arena‘, he also has the unfortunate task of telling the fans that Sterling James Keenan‘s flight was delayed and he won‘t be here.

Battle Royal for shot at Carl Mizzery

The Hunter Bros (Rodd & Todd) vs. Lord Graham Tomkinson vs. Jay Icon vs. The Masked Inferno vs. ‘Star Man’ Mark Clarke vs. ‘Red Tiger’ Axel Bowen vs. B52 vs. ‘Ladies Favourite’ Damien Grant vs. Blade

Icon tries to eliminate LGT but only receives chops for his trouble. Quick eliminations follow as Todd Hunter, Mark Clarke, Masked Inferno & Rodd Hunter are thrown out. Icon low bridges B52 sending him out of the ring, Blade follows shortly after (eliminated by Bowen). A big boot by LGT eliminates Grant from the Battle Royal. Leaving three men in the ring (LGT, Icon & Bowen) Bowen & LGT double team Icon with chops. Icon fights back with an avalanche splash on LGT & Bowen in the corner knocking Bowen and LGT down in a compromising position! LGT holds Icon but he manages to move causing Bowen to connect with a clothesline on LGT and with that Icon throws LGT out. It’s now one on one between Icon and Bowen for a match with Mizzery, Icon takes control with a clothesline/bulldog combination but can’t eliminate Bowen. Bowen recovers with a rake to the eyes, Icon returns with a top rope clothesline but is distracted by FCW Champion Saul Adams and that is enough to allow Bowen to pick up the win by bundling Icon out.  Match Time: 7 minutes

Winner: ‘Red Tiger’ Axel Bowen

Aftermath:  Adams and Bowen continue the beat down on Icon until Doug Williams and the FCW locker room interject, Williams asks “What kind of Champion are you” (after attacking Icon 2 on 1) and challenges Adams to an FCW Title match tonight (Adams accepts), Williams turns to the crowd and states “I’m going to take the FCW Title Belt off that coward” the fans start a “Loser” chant directed at Adams and clap as Williams leaves.

My Thoughts:  Well that was rushed! 7 minutes given to a battle royal involving 10 men was strange and led to a pretty nothing contest as it was mostly blink and you’ll miss it eliminations. One man looked good in the Battle Royal and that man was Jay Icon who showed a great intensity and had the fans support in his losing effort. The Battle Royal’s job was to find a new opponent for Carl Mizzery and that was achieved as Axel Bowen won the match.

‘Second Coming’ Celt Kennedy vs. ‘The Wonder-kid’ Jonny Storm

Pre-match:  Kennedy takes the microphone “Time for all you brats to go back to your seats otherwise you’ll go missing like that blonde child in Portugal” A kid tries to talk up “Can’t understand what your saying loser, sit down and shut up or go home”. Kennedy then turns his attention to Storm “This loser represents all of you people” Kennedy then challenges the fans Joel ‘Afro’ Allen (The referee) has heard enough and swipes the mic away.

Match:  Lock-up with Kennedy gaining control pushing Storm into the corner when the ref asks for a clean break he slaps Storm’s chest. Storm wins the second lock-up and pushes Kennedy into the corner, on the clean break Kennedy punches Storm in the face. The fans chant “Jonny, Jonny” Kennedy wins a third lock-up but his punch is blocked and Storm fires back with some of his own. Kennedy flips Storm into the air, Storm positions himself and hits with the hurracanrana and with a follow up low bridge Kennedy finds himself out of the ring. Storm hits with his patented top rope Japanese Arm drag “6-1-9” chant starts up but Storm is reversed whip and Kennedy levels him with a spear for a two count. Kennedy struggles to the top rope and misses the subsequent Senton. Storm quickly follows up with a dropkick landing Kennedy on the middle rope and connects with a 6-1-9, Kennedy falls in position and Storm hits with a jump up moon-sault from the second rope for the 1, 2 and 3. Match Time: 15 minutes

Winner: ‘The Wonder-kid’ Jonny Storm

My Thoughts:  That was a good match. Kennedy who I had not seen before impressed me with his wrestling skills and his jawing with the crowd was hilarious at times. Storm brought his fast paced style to Kidderminster and it meshed well with Kennedy leading to a match the FCW fans enjoyed. A good solid wrestling match by both men.

ROH vs. FCW: Jimmy Jacobs vs. The Bouncer

The fans chant “Bouncer, Bouncer” Jacobs complains “I’m an international superstar!” the fans chant “Yankee, Yankee” at him. As Bouncer enters Jacobs leaves causing the fans to chant “Chicken” at him, “I’m not a chicken” Jacobs retorts. Lock-up Jacobs ducks out and leaves the ring once more, the FCW fans chant and clap for Bouncer. Jacobs returns stating he needs complete silence to wrestle. Headlock by Bouncer who quickly transitions into a wristlock “Should I break it” he asks the crowd, Jacobs puts his foot on the ropes to break the hold “Chicken” chants once more. Bouncer calls for the F-5 but Jacobs gets out and connects with a spear for a two count, Jacobs continues the attack with a Texas Cloverleaf but Bouncer struggles his way to the ropes. Jacobs climbs the turnbuckle and jumps off with a Senton but Bouncer gets his knees up, Jacobs attempts his finishing move the Contra Code but Bouncer skilfully catches Jacobs and turns it into an F-5 for the 1, 2 and 3. Match Time: 15 minutes

Winner: The Bouncer

My Thoughts:  That was another good match, back and forth with chances for either man to win. Jacobs played the coward to perfection as the chants of “Chicken” signify, Bouncer went toe to toe with Jacobs wrestling wise also and looked impressive. The match had wrestling, brawling, crowd interaction and a tremendous finish (with Bouncer reversing the Contra Code into the F-5) to pick up a huge upset win, and in doing so proved to any doubters that he is indeed the real deal.


Kris Godsize announces that FCW will be back at The Glades Arena on March 8th 2008

3 Way Tag match for FCW Tag Titles

Swift Justice (’Bird of Prey’ Falcon & The Judge) vs. Pl4Y (Brandon Thomas & Kev O’Neil w/ Kelli) © vs. Gunns of Steele (Tommy Gunn & British Born Steele)

The kids at ringside fight over the plastic gun Tommy brought to the ring! Gunns Of Steele dropkick both teams out of the ring, but they quickly return and put a beat down on G.O.S. but G.O.S. fight back with dropkicks and then try a double leap frog but Gunn mis-times his and gets caught by Falcon. Pl4y beat on G.O.S. until they manage to fight back with stereo hurracanrana’s to take Pl4y to the outside, BBS follows up with a slingshot body splash. Judge hits Gunn with a back suplex and Falcon quickly follows up with a top rope leg drop for a two count. Falcon applies a nerve hold on Gunn as the fans clap, he sarcastically states “All of you are clapping for me”. BBS has seen enough and runs at Falcon who hastily exit’s the ring “You should show me the respect I deserve” he tells the FCW fans. Falcon follows up with a DVD on Gunn but once again can only get a two count. Falcon gets frustrated and tries to get a pinfall anyway he can with a number of consecutive falls in the next minute or so, but to no avail. Thomas knees Gunn and follows up with a club to his back, BBS interrupts with a back-cracker on Thomas allowing Gunn to hit a Senton on Thomas, Kelli interferes grabbing BBS by the hair. This allows Falcon to hit the Kryptonite Crunch on BBS, Thomas connects with a low blow on Falcon and throws him out of the ring, before pinning BBS for the 1, 2 and 3. Match Time: 22 minutes

Winners and STILL FCW Tag Team Champions: Pl4Y (Brandon Thomas & Kev O’Neil)

My Thoughts:  That was a good old school tag match to kick off the second half of the show. All three teams looked impressive as the match progressed, Gunn took a hell of a beating but showed his incredible resilience by fighting back and finally tagging in BBS. Swift Justice looked solid and garnered a bit of hatred from the crowd, Pl4y proved to be the opportunists with the quick and cheap pinfall that ended the match. A couple of slight mis-timings stopped this match from being very good but it was still another good match on a solid card thus far.

‘Red Tiger’ Axel Bowen vs. ‘Dark Angel’ Carl Mizzery

Bowen endears himself to the FCW fans “Chance to prove yourself, you little freaks” during a posing match with Mizzery won, the fans even asked Bowen “Who are ya?” Bowen attacks Mizzery from behind, Irish whipping Mizzery but Mizzery leapfrogs over and takes Bowen down with a hip-toss and dropkick. Mizzery kicks Bowen’s leg and follows with a standing moon-sault, Bowen rolls out “In the ring” chants Mizzery. Bowen retorts “I’ll get in the ring when I’m good and ready”. Mizzery levels Bowen with a T-Bone suplex as the fans clap, Mizzery then jumps from the mat to the top rope but misses with his attempted splash. Bowen takes advantage and connects with a Black-hole slam for a close near fall, he can’t believe that hasn’t ended the match. Bowen pushes Mizzery in the corner and fights with him on the turnbuckle, Mizzery pushes Bowen off and hits with a Frog splash for the 1, 2 and 3 to a loud cheer from the FCW fans.  Match Time: 12 minutes

Winner: ‘Dark Angel’ Carl Mizzery

My Thoughts:  It was a disappointment that Sterling James Keenan’s flight was delayed, but this match was another good one and in the end I don’t think Keenan was missed that much (based on it). Bowen and Mizzery wrestled a pretty even contest as they both looked for ways to put their opponent away, it looked all over with the Black-hole slam but Mizzery fought back and showed his high flying skills ending the match with a Frog splash. Good match!

FCW ChampionshiP: ‘The Anarchist’ Doug Williams vs. ‘New Sensation‘ Saul Adams ©

Pre-match: Adams tells the fans to “Shut their little mouths” Bowen sneaks up behind Williams and smacks him in the back with a chair (before the bell has rang), Adams follows up by ramming Williams’s head into two separate steel ring posts and after choking Williams finally rolls him in and with that the match starts.

Match: Adams goes straight for the pin but can only get a two count, Adams connects with a back-breaker for a two once again, frustrated he tells the ref to count faster. Bowen comes into the ring as Adams holds Williams but Williams moves and Bowen boots Adams, Williams follows up with a clothesline for a two count. Williams continues the offence with punches and a hip-toss before applying the wrist-lock and hitting an arm-breaker, Adams is able to reverse out with a snap-mere and head-lock but Williams skilfully reverses out of the head-lock and back into a wrist-lock of his own. Adams connects with a Blue thunder bomb and definitely gets a three count from the referee with the bell ringing, but the referee states he made a mistake and the match is restarted. Adams and the ref argue over the count, Bowen throws a steel chair in but Williams is wise to it and hits Bowen with a spine buster on the chair. Williams looks all set for the win when he attempts the Chaos Theory on Adams but Adams low blows Williams and Bowen gives him another for good measure. Adams once again connects with a Blue thunder bomb for the 1, 2 and 3.

Post-Match:  The fans boo Adams and Bowen, Williams comes to and gets a measure of revenge with a double noggin knocker on the two men. Williams follows up with a clothesline on Adams and takes possession of the FCW Heavyweight Title, the fans clap for Williams as he leaves.

Match Time: 15 minutes

Winner and STILL FCW Champion: ‘New Sensation’ Saul Adams

My Thoughts:  That was a good main event, and a good way to end the show! Williams and Adams put forth good performances in a match that had run ins, scientific wrestling, cheating, the ref being knocked down and finally a pretty cheap finish. The cheap finish was ok though because the wrestling that had gone before it was of a good standard, the way the match ended it looks like Williams vs. Adams 2 could happen shortly and I’m all for that.

Overall Thoughts:  Jay Icon looked impressive in the throw away battle royal to start the show. Kennedy and Storm put forth a good match, Bouncer matched ROH Star Jimmy Jacobs in the match of the night, the 3 way tag was a good old school match, Misery & Bowen contested a back and forth match and Williams vs. Adams was a good match to end the show. FCW came to Kidderminster with an impressive card and even minus Sterling James Keenan delivered a night of good wrestling from start to finish to a crowd of 360 people which is an impressive feat in its own right.

Match of the Night:  Jimmy Jacobs vs. The Bouncer


Sunday November 25th 2007 FCW - November Reign

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Waleska, GA, on November 10:

The Hellbillies over Jay Clinton & Jamar Acid; Slim J over Kyle Matthews

J.T. Talent over Kid Ego, Jr.

Andrew Pendleton III over Bobby Hill; Bill & Jamie Dundee over Shaun Tempers & Iceberg

D.L. Norris over Danny Horne.

It was reported that 70 were in attendance for this card.

Jeff Morton was credited as being a referee.

GWP also announced they have a new sponsor in Little Bear Tree Service.


Woodstock, GA, on December 7 at the Cherokee Recreation and Parks Agency Building, with a bell time of 8:00 PM.

Tickets are $15.00 for this show, but if you bring an unopened package containing a toy for the Toys for Tots drive, you get $3.00 off at the door.

Advertised: Manny Fernandez versus Nemesis.

Santa Claus is also scheduled to appear.

Woodstock on December 23 at the Hot Wheels Skate Center, with matches staring at 8:00 PM. Advertised: Shaun Tempers defends the GWP Southern Heavyweight Title versus Buff Bagwell. Also scheduled to appear are Tank, Manny Fernandez, and Bob & Brad Armstrong. Fernandez, Bagwell, and the Armstrong will participate in a meet-and-greet beginning at 7:00 PM.



Posted by Birney on 11/4/2007, 7:03 am

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Undisputed Best Referee Ever

Hiya folks, GCWs Senior Official Birney Kawanawitz here.

It was good to be back at the good ol' Palmerdale Community Center last night and what a great show we had.

Chrisjen Hayme defeated the Nasty Kritter!

Nino del Oro beat the Viper!

Maddog Dan Sawyer beat the Hustler Rick Rogers.

Genni Right defeated Will Owens for the third time!

After a wild 5-way elimination battle, featuring Mudbone, NightProwler, Mike Titan, Jesse Pain, and Scottie Blaze, Crazy Train Jesse Pain is still our Heavyweight Champion!

Great crowd, great wrestlers, and great fun.

Big show coming up on November 17th as we return to Pell City and welcome superstar Eugene to the rands of our promotion. Thank you to all of our great fans that made it out to Palmerdale last night.

We will return to Palmerdale January 5th.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at these upcoming shows, your pal, Birney Kawanawitz. 


Former WWE Superstar Nick "U Gene" Dinsmore invades Pell City, Alabama‏

November 17th, Global Championship Wrestling invades the Pell City Civic Center in Pell City Alabama, with Nick "U Gene" Dinsmore and Buff Bagwell.

GCW will bring some of the hottest Professional Wrestling to the cold nights of November, making it a November to Remember in Pell City, Alabama. Former WWE Superstar Nick ''U Gene" Dinsmore will take on Seth Skyfire which will set the arena on fire. Former WCW and TNA Superstar "Buff" Bagwell will have a fight on his hands with Bloodlines, Billy Blade in a match that will see two of the wrestling worlds toughest competitors. "Wild thing" Will Owens will be taking on 1/2 of the GCW's former tag team champions "Mad Dog" Dan Sawyer. The recently reunited team of infamous Kritter Brothers will go after the GCW Tag Team Champions Theodore Tutwiler III & "Big" Harley Wood, also knows as "The Hustle & the Muscle", along with their manager Howard C. Cross. GCW Heavyweight Champion, Jesse Pain will go up against one of the toughest challengers in the GCW territory in Sargent Hammer. These outstanding matches, as well as matches involving "Surfing" Scotty Blaze, Antonio Garza, Soul Crusher, The iNhuman FLY, and the Mindspelling MUDBONE, will bring some of the best wrestling to the Pell City Civic Center. For more information, make sure to check out Global Championship Wrestling's web site or call 205-338-9713 (civic center) or you can email for more information or tickets. Bell Time is 7:30 P.M., Doors Open at 6:30 P.M. Tickets are $10 for Adults (12 and up) and $5 for Children (6 to 11) and children 5 & Under are free.

There will be an autograph party and ticket sales at the Pell City Wal-Mart, located right off of Interstate 20 and Highway 231 North on Saturday November 17th from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. Make sure to go by and meet the stars of GCW as well as "Buff" Bagwell. Tickets will be available and there will be special offers available at the Wal-Mart.



Great Championship Wrestling results from Phenix City, AL, on November 10:

Randall Johnson over Frankie Valentine

Johnny Swinger over Michael Cook

A.J. Steele (w/ the Intern) over Orion Bishop (w/ Wicked Nemesis) to retain the GCW Interstate Heavyweight Title

Tex Monroe over Reuben James

Sonny Siaki over the Hooligans by disqualification in a handicap match

Bad Company (David Young & Chris Stevens) over Deathrow & Thug Rowe in a semi-final match of the GCW Tag Team Title tournament

Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks & Cru Jones) (w/ Quentin Michaels) over Bull Buchanan & Scotty Beach.


Columbus, GA, on November 16, as part of the God Bless Fort Benning event. Matches begin at 7:30 PM and take place in the middle of 10th Street downtown, headlined by Bull Buchanan defending the GCW Heavyweight Title versus Cru Jones.

Another card will be held at the same location on the morning of November 17 at 10:30 AM, with Johnny Swinger versus Scotty Beach. Both events are free.

Phenix City, AL, the night of November 17 at the GR8 SK8plex, starting at 7:30 PM. Call (334) 297-2223 for more info.

Advertised: Bad Company (David Young & Chris Stevens) versus Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks & Cru Jones) in the finals of the GCW Tag Team Title tournament; Johnny Swinger versus Sonny Siaki in a no-holds-barred match; and A.J. Steele & the Intern versus Orio Bishop & Wicked Nemesis.

Macon, GA, on November 30 at the Bloomfield Recreation Center, starting at 7:30 PM. Call (334) 297-2223 for more info.

Advertised: Bull Buchanan & A.J. Steele versus Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks & Cru Jones).



Owensville, OH, November 9, 2007

BJ Whitmer was victorious over Chris Hero in the main event.

Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings retained his HWA Heavyweight Title against Dick Rick.

Metal Master and Jon Moxley battled to a 20 minute draw.

The GP Code successfully defended their HWA Tag Team Titles against The Mavericks

Chuck Taylor defeated Ricochet in his HWA debut.

The Irish Airborne pinned the team of Virus & Aaron Draven.

Kimera & Dr. Bones were both counted out of the ring.

Sami Callihan bested Chikara stars Hydra and Tim Donst in a three way dance



From the Sets in Tempe, AZ 11/6/07

"New York's Finest" Terra-X & "The New York Giant" AJ Summers defeated "Mucha Lucha" Mucha & Lucha Reigns w/Beaver Las Vagas.

Tony Trouser pinned "Limited Edition" Tommy Drake. (qualifying match for the IZW Invitational) "Miracle" Mike James pinned "The Great" Ryan Lynch. (qualifying match for the IZW Invitational) "Feature Presentation" Jay Garland pinned "Outcast" David Taylor.

"El Cholo" Mike G w/La Shy Girl defeated "The Modern Day Hippie"Lil' Nate by forfeit after Nate was not cleared to compete.

"XXX" Lawrence Tyler, Jacob "The Riot" Herzberg & "The Irish Hand Grenade" Marty Murphy defeated IZW Tag Team Champions "Native Blood" Navajo Warrior, Ghostwalker G.Q. Gallo & IZW World Champion "Hawaiian Lion" John Williams


Impact Zone Wrestling

Tuesday November 20th 2007, Live @ The Sets in Tempe, AZ

S/E Corner of Mill & Southern Next to LA FITNESS

7:30pm belltime $7 Admission!!!

All Ages/Bar with ID



WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana Triumphantly Returned October 27-28:

Evil Intentions Weekend Live Event Results from West Paterson, NJ

(WEST PATERSON, NJ)- It was a historic happening at the Independent Wrestling Federation's Evil Intentions Weekend Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 at IWF Centre, West Paterson, NJ. The extravaganzas featured the triumphant return of WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana, a former WWE Intercontinental and Tag Team Champion.

Day one October 27 featured a blockbuster Six-Man Tag Team Match as WWE Legend Tito Santana united with two-time IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres of Latin Revolution and American Champion Kevin Knight to defeat The Ross Family...including 340-pound mastodon Franciz, Simply Stellar Travis Blake and Aaron Stride with Commissioner Rich Ross. After Torres nailed a spear on Blake for the win, Justin Corino, Frank Scoleri and Bryan Harley ambushed Santana while The Ross Family recovered to attack Torres and Knight.

In a Strap Match not for the weak at heart, Biggie Biggs was successful in seeking retribution against Bryan Harley. On Eruption Webcast, Harley, Corino and Scoleri conspired to choke-out and hang Biggs. In this war of the behemoths, they were bound at the wrist with a 10-foot leather strap that was used as a weapon to whip the hide off each others' backs. Biggs was the first participant to touch all four ring corners consecutively and therefore declared the winner.

The IWF Junior Heavyweight Title remained with champion Antonio Rivera of Latin Revolution after turning back the challenge of nemesis Chris Steeler. On Eruption Webcast, Steelers' henchman Mister Gregory scored a controversial win over Rivera after outside interference. Antonio shook off any lingering effects after the defeat at the hands of Gregory and retained his belt on October 27.

In an Amateur Wrestling Challenge, Steve Camacho went down to defeat as he took to the mat against Justin Corino. Last month, Camacho's team regained the IWF Tag Team Titles from Corino's team, and Justin was out for revenge in a match that favored his in ring style. Yet this athletic contest conducted under amateur rules ended in the second round in controversial fashion after Corino scored a tainted victory after striking a low blow.

In a Fatal-Four-Way Gauntlet Elimination Match, popular diva Jana, powerhouse Dan Marques, and up and coming rookie Kareem West were outlasted by Frank Scoleri, who earned three impressive victories.

Day two Sunday, October 28 saw another Six-Man Tag Team Match as Tito Santana joined forces with Biggie Biggs and Antonio Rivera to thwart Justin Corino, Frank Scoleri and Bryan Harley. After being hung on Eruption, Biggs successfully enlisted the assistance of Santana and Rivera in this grudge match that ended when Rivera pinned Corino.

In an IWF Heavyweight Title Match, two-time champion Tony Torres retained his title with a hard fought win over former champion Franciz. The mastodon was unsuccessful in his attempt to regain the title from the Latin Revolution kingpin and return gold to the family.

The IWF American Title was up for grabs in an intense Submission Match as champion Kevin Knight held off the challenge of former champion Travis Blake. While Blake's vast technical wrestling skills almost proved worth, Knight was declared the winner after chocking out Travis with a wooden leg taken from a chair Blake first tried to use as a spike on Kevin.

The IWF Tag Team Titles returned to whom many believe are the rightful owners as Justin Corino and Frank Scoleri dismantled two-time champions Mike Durnin and Steve Camacho after Corino pinned Durnin after a double-team top rope leg drop.

In singles action, Chris Steeler bested Kareem West after an axe kick, while Dan Schwartz pinned Jason Roberts countering a DDT attempt into a roll-up. For more information, or to view exclusive photos, or to order a DVD of Evil Intentions Weekend, visit


IWF Thanksgiving Thunder Events Nov 17-18 @ West Paterson, NJ:

Featuring Texas Death Tag Match & Return of the BoneCrusher

(WEST PATERSON, NJ)- The Independent Wrestling Federation kicks off the holiday season with a bang as live action returns with Thanksgiving Thunder Weekend on Saturday, November 17, 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 18, 4 pm at IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, West Paterson, NJ. Here is a preview of the extravaganzas.

Day one November 17th features The War to Settle The Score in a No Disqualification Texas Death Tag Team Match where the fans bring the foreign objects! IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres of Latin Revolution joins forces with IWF American Champion Kevin Knight to battle former American Champion Travis Blake and former Heavyweight Champion Franciz of The Ross Family with Commissioner Rich Ross. With Torres and Knight set to meet the next day one-on-one as ordered by Boss Ross, how well will they function as a team in this explosive anything-goes tag team war?

In a return bout for the IWF Junior Heavyweight Title, champion Antonio Rivera of Latin Revolution tangles with challenger Chris Steeler. Last month at Evil Intentions, Rivera was victorious over Steeler, but Chris ambushed Antonio in the aisle on his way back to the dressing room and left the champ in a heap. As seen on the Eruption Webcast, Rivera has asked for this rematch.

After issuing an open challenge on the Eruption Webcast to anyone in the IWF, new Tag Team Champions see singles action as Justin Corino faces up and comer Kareem West; while Frank Scoleri squares off against rookie Mike Jenkins.

In other singles action, Jana tries to straighten out the new attitude of Dan Schwartz; while Jason Roberts seeks revenge against Bryan Harley after being attacked by the behemoth last month at Evil Intentions. Plus Barry Delaney, and much more to be announced. Check back soon for updates.

On day two November 18th for the first-time-ever, both the IWF Heavyweight Title and the American Title are on the line as Tony Torres faces Kevin Knight. Much to the dismay of Boss Ross, the championship committee has appointed former IWF Champion BoneCrusher Fred Sampson as the special guest referee to prevent any possible Ross Family interference.

Prior to his officiating task, the returning Sampson sees singles action against in a tough test against Bryan Harley

Ross Family members see singles competition as in a non-title match, 340-pound mastodon Franciz meets Antonio Rivera; while Simply Stellar Travis Blake faces old rival Jana.

In an IWF Tag Team Title Match, rookies Kareem West and Mike Jenkins look to do the impossible and dethrone the champions Justin Corino and Frank Scoleri.

Also, the returning Dangerous Dan McGuire takes to the mat against Chris Steeler. Plus Matt Bennett, and much more to be announced. Check back soon for updates. For more information or to watch the Eruption Webcast, which provides a preview of the upcoming Live Events, visit 


Independent Wrestling Federation Presents: Thanksgiving Thunder Weekend

Saturday, November 17, 2007, 7:30 pm & Sunday, November 18, 2007, 4:00 pm

@ IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, West Paterson, NJ

Card for November 17 (Day 1):

Main Event: The War to Settle The Score...Texas Death Tag Team Match

* Stipulation: Fans Bring the Foreign Objects!

Tony Torres (IWF Champion) & Kevin Knight (American Champion) vs.

Travis Blake & Franciz (The Ross Family) w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

IWF Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Antonio Rivera (Champion) vs. Chris Steeler

Kareem West vs. Justin Corino

Mike Jenkins vs. Frank Scoleri

Jana vs. Dan Schwartz

Jason Roberts vs. Bryan Harley

Plus Barry Delaney, and much more to be announced.

Card for November 18 (Day 2):

Main Event: First-Time-Ever...IWF Heavyweight Title vs. IWF American Title

Tony Torres (IWF Champion) vs. Kevin Knight (American Champion)

* Special Guest Referee: BoneCrusher Fred Sampson

Non-Title Match: Antonio Rivera (Junior Champion) vs. Franciz w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

BoneCrusher Fred Sampson vs. Bryan Harley

IWF Tag Team Title Match:

Kareem West & Mike Jenkins vs. Justin Corino & Frank Scoleri (Champions)

Jana vs. Travis Blake w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

Dangerous Dan McGuire vs. Chris Steeler

Plus Matt Bennett, and much more to be announced.





11/3/07 - Super Junior Heavyweight Tournament

First Round:

Dave Crist beat Louis Linaris

Diehard beat Sami Callahan

Hex Gage beat Drake Younger

Jr. Heavyweight Champion Scotty Vortekz beat xOMGx

Josh Abercrombie beat Jake Crist

Billy Roc beat Dustin Rayz

No DQ Match: Ryan Rich beat Joey "Kidd" Owens

2nd Round

Hex Gage beat Diehard and Dave Crist

Billy Roc beat Scotty Vortekz and Josh Abercrombie

"Simply Spectacular" Dave Davidson beat. Osyris by count out

(Grand Champion Carlton Kaz was unable to make it to the show)

Tournament finals:

Billy Roc beat Hex Gage


Insanity Pro Wrestling Proudly Presents..HARDCORE HOLIDAY

Saturday, December 1, 2007

Fountain Square Salvation Army Community Center, 1337 S Shelby Street, Indianapolis, IN

Doors Open 6:00 PM, Bell Time 7:00 PM

Admission $12.00

Kids 10 and Under $7.00

Purchase advance tickets online for only $10

Purchase advance tickets online for only $10!







More Matches to be announced in the coming weeks

Other News: CHIKARA Stars Mike Quackenbush, Hallowicked, and Gran Akuma will be returning to IPW on January 5th!

Visit us online at



IWC REVENGEANCE 4! DVD NOW AVAILABLE! Now's your chance to own IWC's Revengeance 4! on DVD! You can pick this DVD up now for $15!

ATTENTION WRESTLING FANS! ONLY FOUR 2008 TICKET LICENSES LEFT FOR ENTIRE 2008 SEASON! You can now own your seat at Court Time Sports Center! Not literally, of course. But you can keep the same seat for the entire 2008 season at Court Time Sports Center! You're guaranteed front row, and on top of all that, you get a discounted ticket price! For more information, e-mail IWC Promoter Norm Connors at


11/10/07 - Court Time Sports Center - Elizabeth, PA - November Pain 3

IWC Super Indy Champion "Fabulous" John McChesney vs. "Balls Hot" Troy Lords went to a no-contest

Sara Del Rey def. Daizee Haze

Raymond Rowe def. Ricky Reyes to earn a shot at the IWC Title

"Sweet N Sour" Larry Sweeney def. Justin Idol and Davey Richards in a three-way elimination to earn a Super Indy Title shot on 12/8

Shirley Doe, Super Hentai, & Delirious def. The War Machine (Brent Albright, Sebastian Dark, & John McChesney)

Sexual Harassment (Justin Idol & Eric Xtasy) def. Michael Facade & Johnny Gargano

IWC World Heavyweight Champion Dennis Gregory def. Chris Hero

IWC Tag Team Champions The Gambino Brothers (Mickey & Marshall Gambino) def. BabyFace Fire (Shiima Xion & Jason Gory) in a non-title street fight


A Call To Arms 4: Night One - December 7th, 2007 - Elizabeth, PA

Featuring: AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels, and Low Ki vs. "Fabulous" John McChesney!

A Call To Arms 4: Night Two - December 8th, 2007 - Elizabeth, PA

Featuring: Samoa Joe vs. Raymond Rowe 2, the IWC return of The Sandman, and much more!

A New Beginning 2008 - January 19th, 2008 - Elizabeth, PA

Accept No Limitations 4 - February 16th, 2008 - Elizabeth, PA

SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 2008, COURT TIME SPORTS CENTER, 95 Enterprise St., Elizabeth, PA 15037, BELLTIME: 7:30 PM

Tickets can be reserved safely and security online using your credit or debit card by visiting or by calling 412-542-5170!



Hardcore Family Reunion II, Saturday, December 1st, 8 PM, Boys and Girls Club

7790 61st Street North, Pinellas Park, FL

For more info call 813-389-0801

The fans have once again demanded it and now IPW Hardcore Wrestling willreturn after a more than two year absence for One Night Only! In 2005 the most insane roster in Florida wrestling history got together for a wildly successful show at the VFW in St. Pete and we knew if we were ever going to do it again the show would simply have to be in a larger building. The last reunion show was absolutely insane and this one promises to be just as crazy. If you were a fan of IPW Hardcore Wrestling this is a can't miss show and if you never saw an IPW show now is your chance!

Just Signed:

6 Man Tag Team Tornado Match

Wrongful Death (Naphtali & Dagon Briggs) and O.G. Scarface w/ Seven vs The

Vandalz (Tommy, Ricky and Johnny)

8 Man Elimination Tag Team Match

Double Deuce ("Uptown" Frankie Capone, Pete Cannon, Pat Powers and Pat

McGroin) vs Inner Aggression (Bill Pain and Butch Long) and The Zout


Plus Already Announced:

IPW Heavyweight Title Match "Marvelous" Mike Sullivan (champion) w/ "Hardcore Giant" Ron Niemi vs Billy Fives

Four Corners of Death CHAOS w/ Subway The Camera Guy vs Kubiak w/ Ipuna vs Maximum Capacity w/ Fabulous Frank vs Havoc

More Matched To Be Announced Soon Featuring:

The Shane Brothers, Bruce Steele, Cuban Assassin, Mikey Tenderfoot, The New

Heavenly Bodies, Navy SEAL, "Black Nature Boy" Scoot Andrews, Sedrick

Strong, The Bug, O.D.D., The Market Crashers, Lex Lovett, "Modern Miracle"

Steve Madison, "Hardcore Giant" Ron Niemi, "Miami Pound Machine" Rod Steele,

The Heartbreak Express, "Hot Ass" Amy Love, AXIS, Mr. Peskin, Pretty Fly,

Jet Jaguar, "Honest" Eddie Edwards, Star Stevens, Billy "The Kid" Dalton,

Donnie York, Boles Azoles, Shannon Rose, "The Mullett" Richie Rich!

Tickets are $10 in Advance and $12 at the door.

VIP Tickets will be $20 each.

Tickets available online at and at:

Crazy Dave's Sports Bar

201 Keene Rd

Largo FL




Show #497). IWA Mid-South November 4th - Joliet, IL - "Simply the Best 8 "

1). Jaysin Strife def. Dingo

2.) "Serial Killer" Jack Thriller def. Brian Skyline

3). "Full Throttle Model" Ash def. xOMGx, Diehard Dustin, Jeff Brooks & Frankie the Face - Elimination

4). C.J. Otis & Deranged battled to a double countout

5). Josh Abercrombie def. Jason Hades

6). Jason Dukes def. Corporal Robinson to retain the NWA Midwest X Division Title

7). Ian Rotten & Sal Thomaselli def. Brandon & Vito Thomaselli

8). Michael Elgin def. Drake Younger

9). Amazing Kong & Mickie Knuckles battled to a double disqualification


Show #498

Friday Night, November 16th, 2007

Capital Sports Center, 1915 Gladden Road, Plainfield, IN

8 pm Bell Time; Doors Open 7:15 pm

All Tickets: $15

Circle City Street Fight: Deranged vs. C.J. Otis

This will be the third encounter for these two men as this feud has gotten pretty heated in a hurry. Deranged has worked hard and put his body through hell over the years to make a name for himself in the death match style. He has taken his lumps and EARNED his respect in that style. C.J. Otis came along and after his SECOND hardcore match, he proclaimed himself "The Death Match Destroyer." Deranged has taken great offense to this and has made it his personal mission to teach C.J. that he has to earn that nickname. C.J. pulled off a victory the first go round and in the rematch, they went to the floor and got counted out and needed to be pulled apart. This time, there will be no count outs, no pull aparts, no rules. This Circle City Street Fight will go a long way in giving Deranged his opportunity to show C.J. Otis what death match wrestling is all about.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Drake Younger

Both of these men want to move their way up the contention ladder to get in line for an IWA World Heavyweight Title match. Drake Younger has been called the "future" of IWA and Jimmy Jacobs doesn't want to be viewed as the "past." The second longest reigning IWA World Heavyweight champion of all time realizes that the best way to get back into the title hunt and try to reclaim that prize is to beat the man that the fans consider the "future" of the company. Which man will take that one step to get closer to challenging for the belt they both covet?

"Serial Killer" Jack Thriller vs. Pat Tanaka

The former AWA World Tag Team Champion (Badd Company w/ Paul Diamond) and 1/2 of the WWF tag team The Orient Express will make his debut in Plainfield, Indiana taking on the Serial Killer. Tanaka thinks that his karate skills and sage experience will be more than enough to defeat the upstart master of the Figure Four. Jack Thriller is still riding high after defeating Jimmy Jacobs with the Figure Four and thinks that Pat Tanaka is just another overconfident veteran that is going to fall victim to the crippling style of the "Serial Killer."

Much more to be announced for this event in the coming days. Stay tuned to the message board in order to find out more about this event.

You can purchase your tickets by sending a $15 payment to Patti by going to and sending payment.

Your tickets will be held at the door in will call style fashion.

See you in Plainfield.

Saturday November 24th, 2007

Don Preston Recreational Center, 14500 Kostner Avenue, Midlothian, IL, Bell Time: 7:30 pm; Doors Open: 6:45 pm, Ticket prices: $25 front row, $20 second row, $15 GA

2007 Revolution Strong Style Tournament

We have four of the eight names to announce for this event:

1. "Last of a Dying Breed" Eddie Kingston - the reigning Strong Style Tournament champion

2. Too Cold Scorpio

3. Brent Albright

4. C.J. Otis

NWA World Women's Title ReMatch: Amazing Kong vs. Mickie Knuckles

The NWA World Women's Champion Amazing Kong will take on IWA Mid- South Women's Champion Mickie Knuckles in a rematch from Simply the Best 8 held in Joliet, Illinois. These two women battled to a double disqualification as both pushed eached other to limits that no other

woman has been able to push them. Their first match took 3 referees to try to control the action and this time may be even more fierce now that they have first hand experience at knowing how big, bad and tough the other is. This matchup could be one for the ages and definitely will be fitting to be taking place at the Strong Style Tournament.

If you do not want to pay over the internet with paypal, you can also pay via check or money order made payable to Mickie Knuckles and send it to:

IWA Mid-South

PO BOX 21476

Louisville, KY 40221-0476

Please make sure to leave at least 1 week for money order to arrive before the show to make sure that your payment is received & clear and tickets ready for you.

Friday Night, December 7th, 2007 - SHOW #500

Capital Sports Center, 1915 Gladden Road, Plainfield, IN, 8 pm Bell Time - Doors Open at 7 pm

Ticket prices are $30 front row; $25 second row; $20 bleachers

Main Event - Ian Rotten's Retirement Match: Ian Rotten vs. Mickie Knuckles

Ian's career has spanned 17 years and he has traveled the world and wrestled in such companies as ECW, USWA and Global that gave him television exposure and helped build his name. He started IWA Mid- South 11 years ago when he moved to Kentucky after he fell in love with Patti. This will mark the end of an era as he wrestles his final match and who better to face in that match than his final student that graduated the Ian Rotten Wrestling School. Ian and Mickie have had many memorable matches in more than just IWA Mid-South but I don't think anyone will forget the 2003 TPI or the 2006 KOTDM or even the match after that in Streamwood. This one is going to be something to remember even more than those other matches as Ian has promised to bring the house down on his final night inside a wrestling ring.

Hopefully everyone will come out and support IWA Mid-South and give Ian a great sendoff into retirement.

4 Way Elimination IWA World Heavyweight Title Match

Mike Quackenbush vs. Chris Hero vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Eddie Kingston

Mike Quackenbush is out of action until December due to the concussion suffered at 2007 TPI. This will be his first or one of his first matches back in action. Of course, there are plenty of issues with Mike Quackenbush and Chuck Taylor dating back to the last IWA Deep South show and then the 2007 TPI. Quack also has lots of issues with his former friend Chris Hero. That feud developed in Chikara and neither man has fully forgiven the other since their split. Eddie

Kingston would love nothing more than to defeat his mentor and trainer in Quack. Quack will have his hands full in this one as he'll have to outlast each competitor. The hatred between Kingston and Hero was obvious to anyone that saw the 2007 TPI and this one should be that much more brutal and heated now that the IWA World Heavyweight title is on the line. This could definitely be a show stealer and match of the year candidate for IWA Mid-South right at the end of the year.

Also appearing on this show...

Former WWE/ECW/WCW Superstars - Sandman and Too Cold Scorpio!!!

The stars are coming out in full force for this event to be a part of this special night as IWA celebrates its 500th show and Ian Rotten's retirement all wrapped up into one. Make sure you join us for this huge party!

Tickets are on sale right now for this event.

You can go to and send payment to Patti . You can also send a check or money order made payable to MICKIE KNUCKLES to:

IWA Mid-South

PO BOX 21476

Louisville, KY 40221-0476

Stay tuned to the message board for further announcements on this huge event as we intend to make this one to remember.

Saturday night December 8, 2007

Hartman Rec Center, 511 N. Collins Street, Joliet, IL, 8 pm bell time; Doors Open at 7:15 pm

"Lethal Lottery 2007"

Each fan entering the building will receive a raffle ticket. Before each match, a raffle ticket will be pulled and the person with that ticket will draw a wrestler's name out of a hat and that person will

come to the ring. Then another raffle ticket will be drawn and that fan will then pull a name out of the hat and that wrestler will come to the ring. The match will then start. The wrestlers will not have any prior knowledge of who they will be facing. It should definitely be an interesting night of wrestling action and a strong possibility to see some unique matchups that you wouldn't normally see depending on the luck of the draw.



WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana Triumphantly Returned October 27-28:

Evil Intentions Weekend Live Event Results from West Paterson, NJ

(WEST PATERSON, NJ)- It was a historic happening at the Independent Wrestling Federation's Evil Intentions Weekend Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 at IWF Centre, West Paterson, NJ. The extravaganzas featured the triumphant return of WWE Hall of Famer Tito Santana, a former WWE Intercontinental and Tag Team Champion.

Day one October 27 featured a blockbuster Six-Man Tag Team Match as WWE Legend Tito Santana united with two-time IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres of Latin Revolution and American Champion Kevin Knight to defeat The Ross Family...including 340-pound mastodon Franciz, Simply Stellar Travis Blake and Aaron Stride with Commissioner Rich Ross. After Torres nailed a spear on Blake for the win, Justin Corino, Frank Scoleri and Bryan Harley ambushed Santana while The Ross Family recovered to attack Torres and Knight.

In a Strap Match not for the weak at heart, Biggie Biggs was successful in seeking retribution against Bryan Harley. On Eruption Webcast, Harley, Corino and Scoleri conspired to choke-out and hang Biggs. In this war of the behemoths, they were bound at the wrist with a 10-foot leather strap that was used as a weapon to whip the hide off each others' backs. Biggs was the first participant to touch all four ring corners consecutively and therefore declared the winner.

The IWF Junior Heavyweight Title remained with champion Antonio Rivera of Latin Revolution after turning back the challenge of nemesis Chris Steeler. On Eruption Webcast, Steelers' henchman Mister Gregory scored a controversial win over Rivera after outside interference. Antonio shook off any lingering effects after the defeat at the hands of Gregory and retained his belt on October 27.

In an Amateur Wrestling Challenge, Steve Camacho went down to defeat as he took to the mat against Justin Corino. Last month, Camacho's team regained the IWF Tag Team Titles from Corino's team, and Justin was out for revenge in a match that favored his in ring style. Yet this athletic contest conducted under amateur rules ended in the second round in controversial fashion after Corino scored a tainted victory after striking a low blow.

In a Fatal-Four-Way Gauntlet Elimination Match, popular diva Jana, powerhouse Dan Marques, and up and coming rookie Kareem West were outlasted by Frank Scoleri, who earned three impressive victories.

Day two Sunday, October 28 saw another Six-Man Tag Team Match as Tito Santana joined forces with Biggie Biggs and Antonio Rivera to thwart Justin Corino, Frank Scoleri and Bryan Harley. After being hung on Eruption, Biggs successfully enlisted the assistance of Santana and Rivera in this grudge match that ended when Rivera pinned Corino.

In an IWF Heavyweight Title Match, two-time champion Tony Torres retained his title with a hard fought win over former champion Franciz. The mastodon was unsuccessful in his attempt to regain the title from the Latin Revolution kingpin and return gold to the family.

The IWF American Title was up for grabs in an intense Submission Match as champion Kevin Knight held off the challenge of former champion Travis Blake. While Blake's vast technical wrestling skills almost proved worth, Knight was declared the winner after chocking out Travis with a wooden leg taken from a chair Blake first tried to use as a spike on Kevin.

The IWF Tag Team Titles returned to whom many believe are the rightful owners as Justin Corino and Frank Scoleri dismantled two-time champions Mike Durnin and Steve Camacho after Corino pinned Durnin after a double-team top rope leg drop.

In singles action, Chris Steeler bested Kareem West after an axe kick, while Dan Schwartz pinned Jason Roberts countering a DDT attempt into a roll-up. For more information, or to view exclusive photos, or to order a DVD of Evil Intentions Weekend, visit


IWF Live Events Nov 17-18 @ West Paterson, NJ‏



IWF Thanksgiving Thunder Events Nov 17-18 @ West Paterson, NJ:

Featuring Texas Death Tag Match & Return of the BoneCrusher

(WEST PATERSON, NJ)- The Independent Wrestling Federation kicks off the holiday season with a bang as live action returns with Thanksgiving Thunder Weekend on Saturday, November 17, 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 18, 4 pm at IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, West Paterson, NJ. Here is a preview of the extravaganzas.

Day one November 17th features The War to Settle The Score in a No Disqualification Texas Death Tag Team Match where the fans bring the foreign objects! IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres of Latin Revolution joins forces with IWF American Champion Kevin Knight to battle former American Champion Travis Blake and former Heavyweight Champion Franciz of The Ross Family with Commissioner Rich Ross. With Torres and Knight set to meet the next day one-on-one as ordered by Boss Ross, how well will they function as a team in this explosive anything-goes tag team war?

In a return bout for the IWF Junior Heavyweight Title, champion Antonio Rivera of Latin Revolution tangles with challenger Chris Steeler. Last month at Evil Intentions, Rivera was victorious over Steeler, but Chris ambushed Antonio in the aisle on his way back to the dressing room and left the champ in a heap. As seen on the Eruption Webcast, Rivera has asked for this rematch.

After issuing an open challenge on the Eruption Webcast to anyone in the IWF, new Tag Team Champions see singles action as Justin Corino faces up and comer Kareem West; while Frank Scoleri squares off against rookie Mike Jenkins.

In other singles action, Jana tries to straighten out the new attitude of Dan Schwartz; while Jason Roberts seeks revenge against Bryan Harley after being attacked by the behemoth last month at Evil Intentions. Plus Barry Delaney, and much more to be announced. Check back soon for updates.

On day two November 18th for the first-time-ever, both the IWF Heavyweight Title and the American Title are on the line as Tony Torres faces Kevin Knight. Much to the dismay of Boss Ross, the championship committee has appointed former IWF Champion BoneCrusher Fred Sampson as the special guest referee to prevent any possible Ross Family interference.

Prior to his officiating task, the returning Sampson sees singles action against in a tough test against Bryan Harley

Ross Family members see singles competition as in a non-title match, 340-pound mastodon Franciz meets Antonio Rivera; while Simply Stellar Travis Blake faces old rival Jana.

In an IWF Tag Team Title Match, rookies Kareem West and Mike Jenkins look to do the impossible and dethrone the champions Justin Corino and Frank Scoleri.

Also, the returning Dangerous Dan McGuire takes to the mat against Chris Steeler. Plus Matt Bennett, and much more to be announced. Check back soon for updates. For more information or to watch the Eruption Webcast, which provides a preview of the upcoming Live Events, visit


Independent Wrestling Federation Presents:

Thanksgiving Thunder Weekend

Saturday, November 17, 2007, 7:30 pm

& Sunday, November 18, 2007, 4:00 pm

@ IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, West Paterson, NJ

Card for November 17 (Day 1):

Main Event: The War to Settle The Score...Texas Death Tag Team Match

* Stipulation: Fans Bring the Foreign Objects!

Tony Torres (IWF Champion) & Kevin Knight (American Champion) vs.

Travis Blake & Franciz (The Ross Family) w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

IWF Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Antonio Rivera (Champion) vs. Chris Steeler

Kareem West vs. Justin Corino

Mike Jenkins vs. Frank Scoleri

Jana vs. Dan Schwartz

Jason Roberts vs. Bryan Harley

Plus Barry Delaney, and much more to be announced.

Card for November 18 (Day 2):

Main Event: First-Time-Ever...IWF Heavyweight Title vs. IWF American Title

Tony Torres (IWF Champion) vs. Kevin Knight (American Champion)

* Special Guest Referee: BoneCrusher Fred Sampson

Non-Title Match: Antonio Rivera (Junior Champion) vs. Franciz w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

BoneCrusher Fred Sampson vs. Bryan Harley

IWF Tag Team Title Match: Kareem West & Mike Jenkins vs. Justin Corino & Frank Scoleri (Champions)

Jana vs. Travis Blake w/ Commissioner Rich Ross

Dangerous Dan McGuire vs. Chris Steeler

Plus Matt Bennett, and much more to be announced.



Here is the Freedom to Fight 2007 preview video: Llakor like lots 

I have a very, very, very limited number of posters from Freedom to Fight 2007 signed by both Christopher Daniels and Max Boyer. If you want them contact me by e-mail or MSN at Buying tickets to Season’s Beatings 2007 and Praise the Violence 2008 will probably convince me, but I will listen to other offers.

Patrick Lono would like you to know that Christopher Daniels called him a ham sandwich and stole his coat hanger. Joey Soprano would like you to know that in Quebec, “Lono” is pronounced Ho-Mo. And I would like you to know that I am solely responsible for the crappy, crappy camerawork on our latest Bloodstream:

Our DVDs for each show are released through Our biggest recent release is Un F’N Sanctioned 2007 featuring then NWA World Heavyweight Champion Christian Cage - Our best-selling DVD from last year is Un F’N Sanctioned 2006 featuring Sabu’s last match in the indies before his re-debut on Raw (two nights later) as well as the crazy hardcore Fans Bring the Weapons match -


Fallen Angel Wins Fall – Loses Face

IWS Freedom to Fight 2007

A journey of a million miles begins with but a single step, and for the International Wrestling Syndicate’s Max Boyer the impossible quest that he began on Saturday night is the goal to prove that he is equal to his classmate, the man many believe is the greatest Canadian technical wrestler of his generation, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen. In order to do that, Max has decided to walk in the steps of the journey that Kevin Steen walked from regional talent to international superstar. That first step, that first hurdle: TNA’s “Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels.

The one-line results will record that Christopher Daniels won the match and beat Max Boyer. What those meager results will obscure is that the true victory was achieved by Max Boyer who proved over seventeen hard-hitting minutes that he was every bit Daniels’ equal. In the end, a desperate Daniels had to practically throttle IWS referee Bakais to get enough leverage to stay on his feet, and it was only the distraction of that maneuver and a veteran tug of the tights that gave Daniels an opening for the pin-fall victory.

Results Quick and Dirty

IWS Freedom to Fight 2007

Saturday, November 3rd

Bogey’s, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA

Attendance 341

Unsanctioned Street Fight: Beef Wellington vs. Viking

Beef beat Viking like a dog for 5:18

Shayne Hawke and EXesS vs. The Missionaries of Violence (Sexxxy Eddy and Lufisto)

EXesS forced Eddy to tap to his modified Stretch Muffler in 16:25

Jimmy K vs. Kid Kamikaze

Jimmy K pinned Kid Kamikaze with a variant on the Fisherman’s Buster after 9:25

SLI 2007 (Fred la Merveille and Kenny the Bastard) vs. Jimmy Stone and Dan Paysan

Jimmy Stone and Dan Paysan beat the SLI 2007 in 12:06 pinning Kenny the Bastard with Career Suicide, a combined Kryptonite Crunch/Wop Drop.

IWS Tag Team Title Match (Best Two out of Three Falls):

IWS Tag Team Champions The Super Smash Brothers (Player Uno and Stupefied)

vs. 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews)

The Super Smash Brothers won in two straight falls.

Player Uno won the first fall with a flash roll-up on Jagged at 5:25.

Stupefied won the second fall with a 450 top rope splash on Shane Matthews at 9:22.

IWS Title Match: IWS Champion PCP Crazy F’N Manny vs. Twiggy

PCP Crazy F’N Manny beat Twiggy in 10:34 with a Junkie Driver through a table.

Main Event: IWS Canadian Champion Max Boyer vs. TNA’s Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels Christopher Daniels won the non-title match after 17:00 with a roll-up while pulling the tights.

Detailed Results

Freedom to Fight 2007 began with Manny showing off his new title belt accompanied by his goons, 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews). After crowing about how his run as champion has just produced the best attendance at Bogey’s in nearly a year, Manny asked Beef Wellington to come out and explain why he had got involved in the title match at Blood, Sweat and Beers 2007. Not that Beef was planning on explaining anyway, but before he got much of a chance to, Viking interrupted - sending Manny, Shane and Jagged fleeing from the ring with just his music.

There was no bell and no referees and not much in the way of civilization when Beef and Viking clashed. They beat the shit out of each other for more than five minutes before Beef emerged the victor standing over Viking’s beaten, bloody body with a demonic grin on his face. Beef also had holes in his head and thumb-tacks still stuck in his skull, so it was not a victory without its costs. With Viking temporarily beaten, Manny took his chance to rid himself of a thorn in his side and came out of the back with Viking’s gear, throwing him out of the ring, out of Bogey’s and out of the IWS.

The “Bad Penny” Shayne Hawke was not even supposed to be on this show (to my tremendous relief), but when Tomassino was forced to cancel his appearance as EXesS’ partner against the Missionaries of Violence, Shayne practically broke his leg rushing to take his place. As would be expected, the IWS’ biggest misogynist, EXesS spent most of the match trying to beat Lufisto into submission, but the IWA-MS Queen of the Death-Match Champion is made of sterner stuff than that and gave EXesS as good as she got. Always looking for the weakest link, EXesS was forced to find his victory against Lufisto’s partner, a man that EXesS has historically has success against, Sexxxy Eddy, forcing Eddy to tap to his modified Stretch Muffler submission at 16:25 while the most annoying man in Quebec, “Le Maudit Roux” Shayne Hawke ran interference and kept Lufisto distracted.

After the match, Lufisto chased EXesS and Hawke to the back with a chair. Rather than thanking his partner for the save, Eddy snapped, attacking Lufisto from behind and braining her multiple times with her own chair. As the crowd chanted, “You tapped out!” Eddy grabbed a mike to rant, “I am sick of you Lufisto! I am sick of this team! Have we ever even won one match as a team? Hottie Holly makes me win matches! Lufisto doesn’t! We could have had it so good together the three of us, but you weren’t interested in a threesome. And I was even going to let you fuck me in the ass with a strap-on! Consider this relationship over!”

I am now required to plug Holly’s web-site  . And I swear on a stack of Bibles that the above is a substantially accurate quote of what Eddy said.

In the Halloween spirit, Kid Kamikaze came to the ring wearing the mask of Dos Caras, a Lucha Libre wrestler that has proved to be an inspiration to Kid Kamikaze in the past, but honoring his idol did Kid Kamikaze little good. For every submission that Double K pulled out of his bag of tricks, Jimmy K answered with a counter and a submission of his own. Those only familiar with Jimmy K from watching the IWS (like say Kid Kamikaze) might believe that he is only a high impact high-flyer. As Kid K learned to his cost, Jimmy K was mentored in old school submission wrestling by legendary Quebec trainer Mark le Grizzly. Jimmy K won the match, dropping Kid Kamikaze on his head with what looked like a modified Fisherman’s Buster at 9:25.

After Jimmy K’s victory, an incensed Don Paysan, still smarting over his loss to Jimmy K during Hardcore Heat 2007, attacked with the help of his new tag team partner Jimmy Stone, rolling over Jimmy K like the Capone Mob taking out Bugs Moran. Jimmy was saved by the unexpected help of Fred la Merveille and Kenny the Bastard. Fred, incensed at the loss of the Montreal Canadiens at the hands of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the last ninety seconds of the game on Saturday just prior to this match, came to the ring to beat up some Torontonians and none of those being available decided that a pair of Filthy Italians would do just as well. In a match that I can only describe as “eye-poke-a-riffic”, the SLI 2007 controlled for much of the match only for Kenny to succumb to Jimmy and Dan’s new double team move “Career Suicide” a combined Kryptonite Crunch/Wop Drop at 12:06.

Despite 2.0’s protests that it is scientifically impossible, lightning did strike twice as the Super Smash Brothers proved that their victory of the IWS tag team titles at Blood, Sweat and Beers 2007 was no fluke, beating former champions Jagged and Shane Matthews in two straight falls. Player Uno won the first fall at 5:25 with a flash roll-up of Jagged. He was instrumental in the second fall, dazing Shane Matthews with the Goomba Stomp, just before his partner Stupefied hit Shane with a top rope 450 splash for the pin at 9:22.

Manny came to the ring for his scheduled title match claiming that no one had answered his open challenge and that IWS referee Yan should announce him the victor by default. Before that could happen, Twiggy’s music hit and the IWS’ pint-size rocker hit the ring to challenge Manny… and to remind everyone that he had beaten Manny once before at Know Your Enemies 2006. Despite some early success, it appeared that Manny would use his superior size and strength to win the encounter, gaining what seemed like an insurmountable advantage after pitching Twiggy from the ring like Tom Brady passing up the middle to Wes Welker… and wiping out most of the front row in the process. Twiggy’s luck turned when Manny angered the wrestling Gods by pulling Twiggy up from a certain three count at 5:43 of the contest. Rallying with the support of the crowd, it seemed like we were about to witness the crowning of the IWS’ most unlikely “heavy”-weight champion ever. To the fans’ dismay, 2.0 hit the ring to save their boss, but right behind them was Twiggy’s tag team partner Vanessa Kraven, who cleared the ring for Twiggy and helped him bring a table into the ring. After the table refused to sell for a Twiggy senton splash on top of Manny, Twiggy crushed both the table and Manny with a top rope double foot stomp. You could have given Manny an old school King Kong Twiggy five count and Manny’s shoulders would never so much as twitched. Unfortunately, for a three count or for a five count, for any count, you need a ref and Yan was busy being yanked to the outside by 2.0. Their interruption and diversion of Vanessa Kraven gave Manny a chance to recover and kill Twigg y with his own table and a Junkie Driver at 10:34.

Look, I am not a guy to hand out snowflakes like they were Smarties, and you have no idea how much it pains me to say this, but when it came to straight out FUN, this was the Match of the Night. It had everything. Twiggy playing missile. Manny getting his come-uppance for his arrogance. 2.0 acting like dicks. Vanessa Kraven bringing the crowd to its feet with the timeliest run-in ever. A no-selling son-of-a-bitch table. (Those are always fun.) Twiggy crushing Manny’s chest with a double foot stomp. It even had a Pornstar Juan cameo. Just FUN FUN FUN FUN. And Manny is going to be gloating about being involved in the Match of the Night for months. Kill me now!

Christopher Daniels may have gotten the pin against Max Boyer in the main event, but after he made the mistake of calling Max a coward for refusing to put his IWS Canadian title on the line in the match (a decision that was not Max’ to make and a decision that Max strongly disagreed with) it was Christopher Daniels who ended up on his back, seeing stars, as Max taunted him with the Canadian title and challenged him to a match for the belt at the Medley during Praise the Violence 2008 on January 26th .

I am required to point out that Max was seriously off the reservation when he made this challenge. If Manny had not been flat on his back on a Ping-Pong table nursing his ribs when Max grabbed the mike, the volume on the mike would almost certainly have been killed. First of all, Max would have to still be IWS Canadian Champion at Praise the Violence, by no means a sure thing. Secondly, and almost as importantly, Manny would have to agree to fly Christopher Daniels back in and risk the chance that one of his IWS champions would be a wrestler who lives a few thousand miles away.

Also, I need to address the fact that Eddie Kingston was announced for our next show Season’s Beatings 2007. Given that he had to cancel his Ottawa appearance, it is by no means certain at this time that he will be available to come to Montreal on December 1st, although we certainly hope that he will.


The IWS presents: Season’s Beatings, Saturday, December 1st, 2007 at Bogey’s World Bar & Billiard, 3250 Cremazie Est (corner of Cremazie and St-Michel near the St-Michel metro), Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 8:00 pm, tickets are $20 for VIP, $15 for Regular. 18+, card and times subject to change. For more information go to or e-mail 

The IWS proudly presents: Praise the Violence, Saturday, January 26th, 2008 at the beautiful, downtown Medley, 1170 St-Denis, near the Berri-UQAM Metro. Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:30 PM, show starts at 9 PM. VIP tickets are $30, Regular tickets are $25. VIP ticket holders admitted first. No reserved seating. Tickets can be purchased online at or in person at the Medley box office. 18+. Card and times subject to change. For more information go to or e-mail 



NJPW "DESTRUCTION '07", 11/11/07 (WPW/PPV), Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan, 6,500 Fans

1. Wataru Inoue Return Match: Koji Kanemoto & Wataru Inoue beat Ryusuke Taguchi & Yujiro (6:40) when Inoue used a modified Triangle Lancer on Taguchi.

2. Togi Makabe beat Milano Collection AT (9:39) with a top rope King Kong kneedrop.

3. New Japan vs. TNA: Tiger Mask beat Ron Killings TNA Wrestling by forfeit.

4. Bono Tiger & Tiger Mask beat Tomohiro Ishii & Tomoaki Honma (6:20) when Bono used a 300 press on Honma.

4. New Japan Jr. vs. TNA X Division ~J or X~: Christopher Daniels TNA Wrestling & Senshi TNA Wrestling beat Minoru & Prince Devitt (17:23) when Senshi used the Ghetto Stomp on Minoru.

5. GBH vs. TNA ~ SPEAR or GORE: Rhino TNA Wrestling beat Toru Yano (9:18) with the Gore.

6. New Japan vs. Legend: Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono, Super Strong Machine, Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA beat Takashi Iizuka, Takashi Uwano, Mitsuhide Hirasawa, Tetsuya Naito & Taichi Ishikari (8:21) when Machine used a Devil Windmill suplex hold on Uwano.

7. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Title: Dick Togo & TAKA Michinoku Kaientai Dojo (c) beat Jado & Gedo (20:16) when Togo used a diving senton on Jado (2nd defense).

8. Shinsuke Nakamura Return Match: Shinsuke Nakamura & Giant Bernard beat Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi (16:45) when Nakamura used a flying cross armbreaker on Nakanishi.

9. IWGP Heavyweight Title: Hiroshi Tanahashi (c) beat Hirooki Goto (31:32) with a Texas Cloverleaf hold (1st defense).

November 4, 2007--El Dorado in Aomori at the Tonyamachi Big Sight:

Jumping Kid Okimoto & Atsushi Ohashi b Shinobu & Yuki Sato, Mototsugu Shimizu b Yousuke Aoki

Brahman Shu & Brahman Kei & Go b Bear Fukuda & Hercules Osenga & CHANGO

brother YASSHI & Kinya Oyanagei b Takuya Sugawara & Ken45

Touru Owashi & KAGETORA & Rasse b Shuji Kondo & Naoki Tanisaki & Milanito Collection A.T

[Reported by DGusa]

November 3, 2007--El Dorado in Akita at the Oodate Citizens Gym:

Jumping Kid & Yuki Sato b Mototsugu Shimizu & Kinya Oyanagei

Naoki Tanisaki b Yousuke Aoki

brother YASSHI & Daisuke Sekimoto b Bear Fukuda & CHANGO

Shuji Kondo & Milanito Collection a.t. b Ken45 & Brahman Kei

Takuya Sugawara & Brahman Shu & Go b Touru Owashi & KAGETORA & Hercules Osenga. [Reported by DGusa]




10th Anniversary Show

10/27/2007, Rahway Rec Center, Rahway, NJ --- Attendence: 1200+

B-Boy defeated Sal Rinauro, Seth Delay, Joker, & Matt "M-Dogg20" Cross to win the Best of the Light Heavyweights 10.

Devon Storm defeated Danny Demanto

Crime Time defeated the reuniting Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz

Eddie Kingston defeated Drake Younger

Frankie Kazarian defeated AJ Styles

Jay Lethal & Azrieal defeated Ruckus & Sabian of BLKOUT

Archadia beat Grim Reefer in a ladder match to win the JAPW NJ State Championship

Homicide forced Low Ki to tap out with an STF to win the JAPW Heavyweight Championship

POST MATCH: The 187 then asked Fat Frank for a match with them next month, Frank then said, why wait lets do it now as the crowd erupted! Frank then added a few stipulations to the match. If 187 was pinned by ANYONE, We would lose the title. If Hernandez was to be pinned they would lose the tag team titles. If any member of BLK OUT was pinned they would have to leave JAPW after just finally arriving there.

During this Brawl the Light's Went Out! When they came back on Homicide's arch enemy for life Teddy Hart was standing in the ring and received a crowd reaction that just can't be explained, peoples ears were ringing as the fans tipped the rector scale that moment.

Teddy then laid the 187 out and hit him with some flipping crazy 350 plus 280 plus 350 elbow slash moonsault etc. BLK OUT MEMBERS then placed Senshi (Low Ki) on top of the 187 for the pin, Senshi had regained the JAPW World Heavyweight Title! Senshi was still hurt an inactive due to his grueling match with Homicide


Jersey All Pro Wrestling returns to Rahway, NJ on Saturday, December 8th for "Seasons Beatings


Ringside first row/second row sold out. General Admission $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Tickets are available at the door and at this link:, 7:30 pm belltime.

Appearing on the card that night:

"The New Age Punisher" B-Boy vs. JAPW NJ State Champion Archadia vs. "The Suicidal Demon" Azriael

JAPW Tag Team Champions: The LAX (Homicide & Hernandez) vs. BLKOut Members Eddie Kingston & Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Teddy Hart & JAPW Heavyweight Champion Low-Ki

TNA Superstar Jay Lethal vs. The Human Tornado

TNA Superstar "The Future" Frankie Kazarian vs. "Dangerous" Devon Storm

TNA Superstar "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. Chris Hero

Bandido, Jr. vs. the Grim Reefer

Monsta Mack & Havok vs. the Christopher Street Connection

Kenny Omega vs. Kevin Matthews

In his final match in JAPW, "The New Age Punisher" B-Boy vs. JAPW NJ State Champion, Archadia vs. "The Suicidal Demon" Azriael.

Join us as we say goodbye to a wrestler that has just about done it all in JAPW, as B-Boy takes his final bow inside a JAPW ring. B-Boy's list of accomplishments in JAPW represents the elite status he holds here, Former Tag Team Champion, Former Light-Heavyweight Champion, and the honorary title of "King of the Ouch Files".

Last month at the JAPW 10th Anniversary show. B-Boy added another major milestone to his career in JAPW, by winning the annual Battle of The Light heavyweights, defeating 5 other wrestlers in the process, and earning an automatic shot at the NJ State Title.

But for his final match, B-Boy contacted JAPW management, and asked that in place of that automatic title shot, that he be given the unique opportunity to select his final opponents in a JAPW ring: a request that was granted.

B-Boy selected current JAPW NJ State Champion Archadia, and "The Suicidal Demon" Azriael to be those opponents.

"I don't care if Archadia puts the title on the line, or not…I'm picking him because he is one of the innovative guys on the JAPW roster, no matter how bad his attitude has become. And Azriael? There are very few people in JAPW that are as talented as he is in the ring and I want the fans in JAPW to see me for the last time in one of the greatest matches in my career."

"It's not about Titles, it's not about feuds, it's not about stables or any of that crap…Its about respect, its about being the best you can be, and I know that both of these guys will bring out the best in B-Boy".

In a 3 way match for the JAPW Tag Team Titles:

JAPW Tag Team Champions: The LAX (Homicide & Hernandez) vs. BLKOut Members, Eddie Kingston & Slyk Wagner Brown vs. Teddy Hart & JAPW Heavyweight Champion, "the World Warrior" Senshi (a.k.a. Low-Ki)

After winning the JAPW Title for the unprecedented 8th time at 10th Anniversary show, Homicide seemed on top of the world.

He held not only the Tag Team Titles with his partner in LAX, Hernandez, but he had just won a hard fought, respectful match against his greatest student, Senshi, Injuring Senshi's leg in the process and forcing him to submit for the first time in a JAPW ring.

But the celebration of his latest title reign would be short lived as renegade BLKOut stable attacked, causing JAPW management to make an impromptu match between everyone in the ring, with the stipulation that if anyone in that ring pinned Homicide, they would become the JAPW champion, if anyone in that ring pinned Hernandez, they would become the JAPW Tag Team Champions, and if anyone was to pin any member of BLKOut, they would be banned from JAPW forever.

The action in the ring was fast and furious, but Homicide seemingly had things under control after Hernandez took out most of BLKOut almost single handedly, and Homicide had delivered the "Gringo-Killa" to BLKOut Member Ruckus. The Referee counted 1,2 .but 3 never came as the lights went out, and when they came back on, in the ring was standing Homicide's greatest enemy, Teddy Hart!

Homicide tried to attack Hart, but the wear of fighting two grueling battles in such a short amount of time was too much for the newly crowned champion to endure and one "Hart Attack 2.0" later, Homicide was down on the mat. But instead of leaving Homicide laying, Teddy Hart did something that JAPW management still do not understand, He placed Senshi, who was still in the ring, but injured from his match, on top of the champion. Hart then disappeared into the crowd.

Since the stipulation was that "anyone in that ring" that pinned Homicide would become JAPW Champion, the referee had no choice to count to 3 and award Senshi the title. Senshi then limped off with the JAPW belt, and did not stop to explain his actions to his longtime stable mates Homicide, B-Boy & Hernandez who were left in the ring to wonder: "what happened"?

JAPW management has decided that while it was not in the spirit of the stipulation, Senshi's regaining of the JAPW will stand.

Homicide was livid, and demanded that he be given a match against Teddy Hart, but LAX have been ordered to defend the JAPW Tag team titles at Seasons Beatings, so a singles match is out of the question at this time. If Homicide wants to get his hands on Hart, it will have to be in a Tag Match, and because of his unorthodox "defeat" of Homicide, JAPW champion Senshi has been selected by JAPW management to be Teddy's partner.

No request to be teamed came from either Teddy Hart or Senshi, but since neither has explained exactly just what happened in the ring during the anniversary show, JAPW management decided to pair both of these controversial superstars to get to the bottom of this situation.

Adding another dimension to this match, BLKOut members Eddie Kingston and Slyk Wagner Brown petitioned the championship committee for shot at the JAPW Tag Team Titles, and were granted this match due to the confusion that reigned over what happened at the end of the Anniversary show.

Eddie Kingston had this to say about the subject: "JAPW owes BLKOut a shot, and while the rest of the team will be taking care of business elsewhere that night, me and SWB will step up. While Homicide is busy beating the snot out of Teddy Hart, we'll wait for our chance to pin one of the LAX and walk out the new champs."

JAPW Promoter Frank Iadevia said "Look, what happened at the anniversary surprised us as much as it surprised our fans, and since these guys seem to hate each other so much, the only way we seem to be able to get any of this stuff resolved is to get them all in a ring and let them kill each other. Senshi has alot of explaining to do, but if you know the man, he speaks with his actions not his words."

"Who ever is left alive enough to pin someone's shoulders to the mat will become the champs, but whatever happens before that, is up to those in the ring. I don't know the deal between Teddy and Senshi, they may be working together, or they may destroy each other….that's not my problem and if BLKOut wants in on this match, the more the merrier. I can only imagine what will happen when Homicide gets his hands on Teddy and feeds him to that big gorilla Hernandez, Teddy better pray that Senshi is truly on his side, because that's his only chance of getting out of this alive! And knowing what has happened between Teddy and Homicide in the past, JAPW fans shouldn't miss this for the world."

So will the questions be answered, or will only more questions be created? One thing is for certain; this match will be an all out war!

Jay Lethal vs. The Human Tornado

2 of the charismatic superstars in professional wrestling today face off in singles action, as the Human Tornado makes his return to JAPW against current TNA X Division Champion, and JAPW original, Jay Lethal. Will "Black Machismo" make an appearance? And even if he does, will it be enough to "stop the Pimpin'?"

"The Future" Frankie Kazarian vs. "Dangerous" Devon Storm

Ever since his return to a JAPW ring, Frankie Kazarian has been on quite a tear, defeating the likes of Chris Hero and AJ Styles. But now he faces the unpredictable "Dangerous" Devon Storm, who is fresh off a big win at the 10th Anniversary show, and Storm is looking to make a big impression on the JAPW Fans. Storm can mat wrestle, fly and take things hardcore if he has to. With his experience he gained during his time with Raven, Kazarian will get his hands dirty just as much as Storm is willing to.

"The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. Chris Hero

What more can be said about the wrestler known as "the Phenomenal 1" AJ Styles has held every belt that TNA has at one point or another, and ranks as one of the greatest in the world today. He squares off against indy sensation Chris Hero. And while he has a great reputation elsewhere, Hero still has alot to prove in a JAPW ring, and a win over Styles will go a long way to cementing his status here.

Bandito, Jr. vs. the Grim Reefer

Get ready for highflying action, as Bandito Jr. takes on former NJ State Champion, The Grim Reefer. Reefer was cheated out of his championship last show, and a win here will put him right back in line for a rematch. If Bandito's impressive performance at the Battle of the Light Heavyweights is any indication of what he is truly capable, Reefer better prepare himself for a hard match.

Monsta Mack & Havok vs. the Christopher Street Connection

Last show, The Christopher Streets were blindsided by the deadly combination of Monsta Mack & Havok, and were given a beating that they won't soon forget. Now they go head to head on equal ground without any surprises, will that be enough for the "Pride of the East Village"? Or will they just meet defeat again by the D-Factor's latest killing machines?

Kenny Omega vs Kevin Matthews

Despite a loss to Danny Demanto, Canadian Standout, Kenny Omega wowed JAPW fans in his debut at Calm Before The Storm, and the fans promptly asked for his return. The Fans get their request as Omega faces off against Kevin Matthews. Both Matthews and Omega are former WWE development talents, and know each other well from their time spent in the trenches of the developmental system. The difference maker here may be Matthew's membership in the D-Factor and manager Jonny D's penchant for getting involved in his charges matches. Omega will have to have eyes in the back of his head in order to get thru this match in one piece.

More information about this show will be announced in the coming weeks, Stay tuned to for more JAPW news and information as it develops.



Arena Coliseo in Mexico City is closed the entire month of December due to new sewer pipes being installed, and roads being resurfaced. As a result, CMLL is running 15 shows in 33 days at Arena Mexico.

EMLL announced on Saturday that L.A. Par-K would make his return to Arena

Mexico on 11/30 and that pretty much spells the demise of the big Santo show

at Toreo de Cuatro Caminos de Naucalpan in December.

Canek pulled out of the 12/8 CMB show at El Toreo in Naucalpan because he is undergoing knee surgery. CMLL is pressuring Mil Mascaras and Dos Caras Sr. to pull out of the show as well.


AAA 11/11 – Instalaciones del Inforum de Irapuato (TV Taping)

1. Mascarita Divina/Octagoncito/La Parkita beat Mini Abismo Negro/Mini

Charly Manson/Mini Histeria

2. Cuervo/Escoria/Espiritu defeated La Nuevo Familia de Tijuana (Extreme

Tiger/Halloween/TJ Extreme aka TJ Boy)

3. Electroshock & Zorro beat Charly Manson & Chessman with help from


4. Handicap Match: Brazo de Plata & Super Fly defeated Antifaz del

Norte/Head Hunter I/Ozz

5. Los Guapos VIP (Decnis/Scorpio Jr./Zumbido) beat Los Bellos Stone (Alan y

Chris Stone/Super Calo)

6. Zorro defeated Cibernetico with help from Konnan.

EMLL 11/11 – Arena Coliseo

1. Kid Tiger & Trueno beat Polvora & Vaquero

2. Lady Apache/Luna Magica/Marcela defeated Amapola/Medusa/La Nazi

3. Leono/Mascara Purpura/Stuka Jr. beat Euforia/Mr. Mexico/Nosferatu by DQ

when Mr. Mex fouled Leono.

4. La Triada del Terror (Averno/Ephesto/Mephisto) defeated La

Mascara/Sagrado/Ultimo Dragon

5. Los Perros del Mal (Perro Aguayo Jr./Mr. Aguila/Damian 666) beat Negro

Casas/Shocker/Volador Jr.

Monterrey 11/11 – Gimnasio Nuevo Leon

1. Angel Dorado Jr. & Beto Alcala beat Black Soul & Voltaje Negro

2. Flecha Azul/Furor/Galactar defeated Regio Boy/Rey Apostol/Voltaje Negro

3. Bengali/Crazy Demon/El Tacua beat Hijo del Espanto II/Memo Valle/Pancho


4. Golden Boy/Gitano del Norte/Rey Hechicero defeated Los Orientales I y

II/Tigre Universitario

5. Blue Panther & Dr. Wagner Jr. beat Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero

EMLL 11/9 – Arena Mexico

1. Atomo & Mascarita Dorada beat Pequeno Black Warrior & Pequeno Damian 666

2. #1 Contender Torneo Cibernetico por la CMLL Femenil Title: Amapola

defeated Dark Angel – Other participants: Luna Magica/Marcela/Rosa

Negra/Princesa Sugei/Raven Hiroka/Mima Shimoda

3. Felino/Alex Koslov/Volador Jr. beat Misterioso II/Olimpico/Sangre Azteca

by DQ when Misterioso hit the referee.

4. Los Guerreros (Black Warrior/Hijo del Lizmark/Ultimo Guerrero) defeated

Marco Corleone/Rey Bucanero/La Sombra

5. Blue Panther/Negro Casas/Shocker beat Los Perros del Mal (Perro Aguayo

Jr./Mr. Aguila/Hijo del Texano)

Promociones Junior 11/7 – Auditorio Miguel Barragan de San Luis Potosi

1. Danny Boy/Salvador/Triton beat Los Mensajeros del Mal (I/II/III)

2. Bam Bam & Mascarita Dorada defeated Mini Mr. Aguila & Pequeno Damian 666

3. Raven Hiroka & Mima Shimoda beat Luna Magica & Marcela

4. Dos Caras Jr./Alex Koslov/Maximo defeated Black Warrior/Loco Max/Sangre


5. Los Guerreros (Hijo del Lizmark/Olimpico/Ultimo Guerrero) beat Los Perros

del Mal (Damian el Terrible/Hector Garza/Hijo del Texano) by DQ after

numerous fouls.

EMLL 11/6 – Arena Mexico

1. Sombra de Plata & Trueno beat Caligula & Messala

2. Atomo/Pequeno Olimpico/Ultimo Dragoncito defeated Pequeno Black

Warrior/Pequeno Violencia/Pierrothito

3. Fabian el Gitano/Stuka Jr./Valiente beat Loco Max/Hajime Ohara/Shigeo


4. Ephesto/Mascara Ano Dos Mil/Sangre Azteca defeated Felino/Mictlan

(subbing for La Mascara)/Sagrado

5. Blue Panther/Dos Caras Jr./Shocker beat Atlantis/Black Warrior/Universo

Dos Mil

EMLL 11/6 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara

1. Frayle de la Muerte beat Casanova

2. Carlo Roggi defeated Evola

3. Destroyer beat Lider

4. Oro II defeated Mr. Trueno

5. Malefico beat Estrella de Jalisco

6. El Egipcio/Nosferatu/Satanico defeated El Gallo/Magnum/Metatron

7. Euforia (subbing for Black Warrior) & Ultimo Guerrero beat Rayman

(subbing for Negro Casas) & Rey Bucanero when UG fouled Rey behind the ref’s


EMLL 11/5 – Arena Puebla

1. Forajido/SWAT/Zigma beat Aguila Guerrera/Furia Chicana/Siki Osama Jr.

2. Centella de Oro/The Tiger/Tigre Rojo defeated Kraken/Maniacop/Policeman

3. La Mascara/Maximo/Sagrado beat Escandalo/Misterioso II/Sangre Azteca

4. Mexican National Femenil Title: Marcela defeated Amapola to retain her


5. Los Guerreros (Black Warrior/Toscano/Ultimo Guerrero) beat High Society

(Alex Koslov/Rey Bucanero/Shocker) when UG fouled Shocker behind the ref’s


EMLL 11/4 – Arena Coliseo

1. Mascarita Dorada & Pequeno Olimpico beat Fire & Pequeno Black Warrior

2. Luna Magica/Marcela/Princesa Blanca defeated Amapola/Medusa/Raven Hiroka

3. Misterioso II/Hajime Ohara/Shigeo Okumura beat Maximo/Stuka Jr./Valiente

4. Alex Koslov/Negro Casas/Ultimo Dragon defeated Black

Warrior/Olimpico/Sangre Azteca

5. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Hijo del Lizmark/Ultimo Guerrero)

beat Blue Panther/Marco Corleone/Rey Bucanero

Monterrey 11/4 – Arena el Jefes de Monterrey

1. Iron Xtreme & Rey Imagen beat Panterita del Ring II & Shenky

2. Euforia & Rey Fantasma defeated Baby Fox & Scravos

3. Aguila Extrema & Dranser beat Dr. Cianuro & Invasor

4. Guerrero Blanco & Iron defeated Criminal & Virtual X

5. Elegido & Pimpinela Escarlata beat Zorro & Polvo de Estrellas

Independent 11/4 – Arena Neza

1. Ambar & Insecto beat Black Danger & Black Heart

2. Lobo Azul & Principe Celeste defeated Luis y Tony Cirio

3. Dr. Karonte Jr. & Luis Cirio Jr. beat Chac Mool & Super Tri

4. Apocalipsis/Ramstein/Super Comando defeated Maximo/Los Rayos Tapatios I y


5. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Hijo del Lizmark/Ultimo Guerrero)

beat Blue Panther/Negro Casas/Rey Bucanero

Monterrey 11/3 – Arena Monterrey

1. Celestial & Electrico beat Pequeno Violencia & Pierrothito

2. Astro Boy/Mascara Purpura/Valiente defeated Loco Max/Misterioso II/Sangre


3. Mr. Aguila/Damian el Terrible/Sangre Azteca beat La Mascara/Maximo/La


4. High Society (Marco Corleone/Rey Bucanero/Shocker) defeated


5. 8 Way Elimination Match: Ultimo Guerrero eliminated Super Parka to win

his hair – Other participants: Dr. Wagner Jr./Mistico/Atlantis/Averno/Damian

666/Hector Garza

Tercera Cuerda 11/3 – Palenque de Gallos de Chiapas

1. Black Tauro/Enviado del Diablo/Furia Vengadora beat Black Centella/Mente

Rockera/Seminarista by DQ.

2. Dr. Salvaje/Fuego Nuevo/Psicopata defeated Gran Daman/Misterio Maya/Murcy

Jr. by DQ.

3. Bam Bam/Guerrerito Zulu/Mascarita Dorada beat Fuercita India/Pequeno

Damian 666/Pequeno Halloween

4. Elimination Match won by Capitan Furia – Other Participants: Halcon

Renegado/El Terrorista/El Parachico/Montecristo/Sangre de

Aguila/Intrepido/Shocky/Dragon Lee/Cazador Negro/Toro Salvaje/Bugambilla

5. Perro Aguayo Jr. & Virus defeated Sagrado & Volador Jr.

Independent 11/2 – Plaza de Toros el Relicario de Puebla

1. Electric/Millenium/Triple-X beat King Dart/King Vikingo/Sadico but they

were laid out by the rudos after the match getting their masks ripped off.

Triple-X challenged Vikingo to a mask vs. hair match afterwards that was


2. Billy Boy & Fabi Apache defeated Alan & Sexy Star when he fouled Alan

behind the ref’s back.

3. El Angel/El Mexicano/Oriental beat Los Diabolicos (Angel Mortal/Mr.


4. Alebrije/Gronda II/Zorro defeated Histeria/Monsther/Mr. Niebla by DQ when

Zorro of course turned on his teammates and there was excessive violence.

5. Los Hell Brothers (Charly Manson/Chessman/Cibernetico) beat Chris

Killer/Head Hunter I/Kenzo Suzuki



11/15 – Estadio Beisbol Colon de Xalapa (TV taping)

1. Angel Divino/Hijo del Huracan Ramirez/Hijo del Shadow vs. Eslabon

Perdido/Mr. Peligro/Ricky Estrada

2. El Angel/El Brazo/El Gato Eveready vs. Barba Roja/Billy Boy/Pirata Morgan


3. Estrellita/Cinthia Moreno/Sexy Star vs. Fabi y Mari Apache/Ayako Hamada

4. La Fuerza Aerea (Aero Star/Rey Cometa/Super Fly) vs. Escoria/Espiritu/Ozz

5. Bull Terrier Match: Alan Stone & Intocable vs. Scorpio Jr. & Zumbido

6. Charly Manson & Chessman vs. Electroshock & Zorro

7. Brazo de Plata/Elegido/La Parka Jr./Luchador Sorpresa vs. El

Mesias/Konnan/Kenzo Suzuki/Sean Waltman

11/16 – Arena Mexico

1. Los Rayos Tapatios I y II vs. Polvora & Vaquero

2. Metalico/Neutron/Super Nova vs. Loco Max/Nitro/Virus

3. Sagrado/Valiente/Volador Jr. vs. Ephesto/Mephisto/Misterioso II

4. CMLL Femenil Title: Lady Apache (c) vs. Amapola

5. Rey Bucanero/Shocker/La Sombra vs. Black Warrior/Hijo del Lizmark/Toscano

6. Blue Panther/Dos Caras Jr./Mistico vs. Atlantis/Averno/Ultimo Guerrero

11/18 – Arena Coliseo (still running here on Sundays)

1. Atomo & Mini Fantasy vs. Fire & Mini Black Warrior

2. Lady Apache/Luna Magica/Marcela vs. Amapola/Raven Hiroka/Mima Shimoda

3. Fabian el Gitano/Leono/Mictlan vs. Euforia/Mr. Mexico/Nosferatu

4. Felino/La Mascara/Negro Casas vs. Ephesto/Mephisto/Sangre Azteca

5. Dos Caras Jr./Marco Corleone/Shocker vs. Perro Aguayo Jr./Damian el

Terrible/Hijo del Texano

11/19 – Domo de la Feria de Leon (TV taping)

1. El Angel/El Gato Eveready/Cassandro/Pimpinela Escarlata vs. The Night

Queens (Jesse/Nygma/Polvo de Estrellas/Yuriko)

2. Billy Boy/Estrellita/Fabi Apache vs. Gran y Mari Apache/Ayako Hamada

3. Alan Stone/Intocable/Super Calo vs. Los Guapos VIP (Decnis/Scorpio


4. Parejas Increibles Extrema: Crazy Boy/Extreme Tiger/Sean Waltman vs. Joe

Lider/Halloween/Electroshock (not sure on this one but it’s what it said)

5. Elegido/Gronda II/La Parka Jr./Super Fly vs. La Secta del Mesias


6. Steel Cage Match: Cibernetico vs. El Mesias vs. Zorro

11/30 – Centro de Convenciones de Ciudad Madero (TV taping = Guerra de


1. La Fuerza Aerea (Aero Star/Rey Cometa/Super Fly) vs. Cuervo/Escoria/Ozz

2. AAA Mixed Tag Titles: Oriental & Cinthia Moreno © vs. Billy Boy & Fabi

Apache vs. Gran y Mari Apache vs. Mr. Niebla & Ayako Hamada

3. 4 Way Extreme Dance for the AAA Tag Titles: Crazy Boy & Joe Lider © vs.

Charly Manson & Chessman vs. Jack Evans & Teddy Hart vs. Extreme Tiger &


4. Bull Terrier Match for the Mexican National Tag Titles: Octagon & La

Parka Jr. © w/Laredo Kid vs. Electroshock & Kenzo Suzuki w/Konnan

5. Steel Cage Match where the last man in will lose his hair: Alan

Stone/Intocable/Super Calo w/Chris Stone vs. Los Guaops VIP (Decnis/Scorpio

Jr./Zumbido w/Guapito

6. 3 Way Dance for the AAA World Heavyweight Title: El Mesias © vs.

Cibernetico vs. Zorro

For more information on Lucha Libre in Mexico and Kris Zellner reports, go to





The Road to Full Access 4

October 13 2007

Blue Ridge Summit PA

M.C.W. Show

1. Tristan Spade b Doyle Day

2. M.C.W. Tag titles: Massive Mike & Shawn Fury b Louis G. Rich & Alan Cross (replacing injuried Asian Sinsation) to win titles

3. Chris Payne & Jesse Skelton b Dave Snyder & Jesse Logan

4. Portal b Frank Savage & Ink

5. Jimmy Dream b Andy Header

6. Shaka & Sam Jones b Aken Pembrooke & X-Man

S.W.A. Show

1. Chucky Wynn & Freak b Green Bros. via DQ

2. Massive Mike b John Dumbo

3. Chucky Wynn & Joesph Brooks b KYDA Pro Enforcers

4. X-Man won M.C.W./S.W.A. Battle Royal title in the Battle Royal

5. Justin Cage b Bazooka Joe


The Road to Full Access 4 Tour 2007

Blue Ridge Summit Firehall, 13063 Monterey Lane, Blue Ridge Summit PA

MCW/SWA Supershow, December 8 Belltime 6pm, Tickets $12 and $15

M.C.W. (6pm)

1. M.C.W. Unified title: E.L. Stanley Esq.(c) w/ X-Man vs. Matt Bomboy

2. Varsity Boys (A+ Aken Pembrooke & X-Man) vs. Bodysnatcher Sam Jones & "The Linebacker" Black Ice

3. Blue Ridge Brawl: Louis G. Rich vs. Alan Cross w/ Ashley Nicely

4. M.C.W. Tag Team title: Osirian Portal vs. The Hotboys (Massive Mike and Shawn Fury){c} w/ "Hotgirl" D'lixious

5. Grudge match: Doyle Day vs. Tristan Spade w/ Lady Spade

-Featuring a prematch dance off between Lady Spade and Doyle Day

6. Chad Bowman & Andy Header vs. Sexy Dreams (Jimmy Dream & Sex*C Steve Adams) w/ Ashley Nicely

7. Battle Royal

S.W.A. (approx. 7:45pm)

1. S.W.A. Title: "Pinnacle" Shawn Patrick (c) vs. Chris Hay w/ Mike Hay

2. S.W.A. Tag Team titles: Happy Tour (Chucky Wynn and Freak){c} w/ Uncle Ray & Destiny vs. Maddox & Burr

3. S.W.A. Mid Atlantic title: Justin Cage (c) w/ Mike Hay vs. Bill Bain

4. Bazooka Joe vs. Joseph Brooks

5. Massive Mike w/ D'lixious vs. "Hagerstown One and Only" John Dumbo w/ His Trainees

6. Jonathan Empire vs. Rockin Rebel

7. Nick Tide vs. El Dirty Dirty

Plus M.C.W. Womens champion Autumn Breeze, Ink, Frank Savage, Shawn Raymond, Lumberjack Monroe, Din Mak, Jesse Logan w/ Augustus J. Smalls, Representative Sinsation w/ Ms. Sinsational, JADEN,The Sensational One(S-1), and all the stars of M.C.W. and S.W.A.!

Card subject to change, be rearranged, or outright redone.

Advance tickets can be ordered by calling Mike Pryor at (717) 794-2705 or online at M.C.W./S.W.A. Hotline: (302) 423-0041

*John Dumbo is a fictional character created by S.W.A., for entertainment purposes only. He's funny too!



TV Report: Steve Gerweck - Sunday, November 11 2007

I would like to comment on something before giving the report this week. Memphis Wrestling was running a commercial this week. Guess who was in the commercial?? Tatt2 doing flying moves?? Derrick King doing a good interview?? Jerry Lawler – you know the guy who is on RAW every week?? What about Brian Christopher or Ali Stevens?? Nah. It was just Corey Maclin telling you about Memphis Wrestling. You can’t just stand up there and tell people about wrestling and hope they watch it – you got to show it to them!!! I guess Maclin feels he is such a big star that he will get the product over.



Corey Maclin is joined this week again with Reggie B Fine. They spend the first few minutes go over what Reggie is wearing. Maclin says he wants to be called “Master” Reggie B Fine now.

“Too Kool 2” [Tim Grind/Flex] interview. Flex says that Maclin is not a “shorty” anymore, he is “C-Mac”. Grind/Flex beat Gladiator/Blitz. Not good, not bad. Heat on Flex with hot tag to Grind. Gladiator was not feeding Grind. Blitz looked huge in this gimmick. He looked a little sloppy, but it might be him getting use to the mask. Blitz/Gladiator double team move using their headgear backfired and they got double pinned.

Kevin White/Sue Young/Garry White interview. White talks about getting rid of Bill Dundee and Spellbinder. Mr. White said “I want to get rid of her” pointing at Young. White beat Crime. Crime looked a bit lost. Not good. Crime come out of heat and threw White into the ref, but no bump as White just grabbed Bill Rush and held him as Young came behind Crime with a nutshot. White used his finisher on Crime. White needs a name for the finisher.

“Insane Clowns” [Bobo/Giggles] with Rashard Devon. Not good. Ali Stevens/Brian Christopher come out. Match is made – Southern Tag Team Titles vs Clowns’ masks. Brian C/Ali beat Clowns. Heat on Brian with hot tag to Ali. Ali looked good on the hot tag. They ended with Brian C doing the hip hop drop for the finish. They took the masks off the Clowns and they were wearing another mask underneath. Rashard hit Ali and Brian C with a keyboard. They went down, but then Rashard just waited around for them to make a comeback on him along with piledriving him and whipping him with a belt.

Show returns with Brian C holding both the Southern Tag Team Titles. Brian then walks over to the desk holding them and says Ali would not be a champion if it wasn’t for him and walks off.

“Opening the Vault” with “Monday Night Memories” video by Jimmy Hart. Jerry Lawler video also aired. They rush the guys to do the matches, but wasted 6 minutes on these clips.

Reggie B Fine claims to have dirt on Maclin. He was promising a surprise about Maclin all day. Fine says he has a $8 light bill in his mansion. He shows a photo of Maclin’s partner. This was a joke about local politics and it was horrible!!! Just some more wasted time.

Derrick King/Johnny Dotson beat Chris Lexx/Tatt2. Very good match. One of the better bouts of the year on TV. Heels started heat after Tatt2 tried to go for a 619 on Dotson, but DK caught his feet. DK held his body outside the ring with his head inside the ring and Dotson then jumped off the top rope with a legdrop. Dotson looked real good here beating on Tatt2 outside and inside the ring. Hot tag after Tatt2 hit Dotson with a swinging 360 DDT. Lexx looked real good on the hot tag even jumping from the top rope with a double closeline. DK threw Tatt2 out of the ring and Dotson cut Lexx off. DK did a reverse atomic drop on Lexx and then Dotson hit him with a running neckbreaker off the ropes.

DK/Dotson interview. TK2 comes out. They both do a rap which ends with TK2 slugging DK/Dotson. They brawled all over the studio knocking down the infamous “blue box” and went into the crowd. Great stuff!!


Blitz is area worker Maxx Corbin, who has been working here as Hurricane Maxx. He is doing a football player gimmick and looks real big with pads and such. He is under a mask. He needs some “color” to his uniform. This is the kind of big heel that Lawler should love working…Fine was calling Mr. White “Boss Hog”…How can a manager get any heat in Memphis??...Brian C got a busted mouth from the keyboard…Apparently, Ali/Brian C had words for shoot and Ali threw down the title belts. That was not shown on TV. Why turn either of these guys???...The last 14 minutes of this show was some of the best stuff of the year. Too bad rest of it wasn’t as good. I didn’t really think the other stuff was that bad until the ending with the tag match and the brawl…Fine was bad this week – real bad. Maclin and he were talking about old TV shows during one of the bouts.

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Mr. Bibbs pinned Jerome Cody

Kahyman defeated Chucho

Ron Powers beat TheBig Texan by DQ when Waco interfered

Shaftdefeated Billy Diamond

Brandon Espinosa pinned Saladin

Jr. Heavyweight Champion A.J. Williams beat Tommy Knight by DQ

Jeremy Lightfoot defeated Waco.(11-10-07)-Patrick Brandmeyer


Saturday 11/24: NWA Central States at the Armory inCape Girardeau, MO with Dingo vs. Delirious and Daizee Haze vs. MsChif vs. Rebecca Raze

Saturday 12/1: MMWA-SICW at the South BroadwayAthletic Club in St. Louis, MOFTW at the VFW Hall in Highland, IL

Saturday 12/8: LWA at the Knights Of Columbus Hall in House Springs,

MOMMWA-SICW at the Community Center in East Carondelet, IL



Saturday, November 3, Chanhassen, Minnesota

1. Matt Burns beat The Altarboy VS Matt Burns

2. The Main Attraction James Thomas beat Beautiful Bobby Jay.

3. Playboy Pete Huge pinned Mikey Miracle after a low blow

4. Mitch Paradise beat Zack Mercury.

5. MIW Heavyweight Champion Big Brody Hoofer retained his title pinning Irish Mickey McCoy .

6. #1 Contender's Triple Threat Match for a title shot at Hoofer's Championship belt. Pete Huge beat Matt Burns & James Thomas


MIW returns to the Chanhassen American Legion on January 19, 2008.



Nov 2nd - Day Of The Dead

At The New Chapter, The All American Steve Rivers made Monster Pro Wrestling history, by making The Young Lion, Bobby Sharp tap out and winning the Monster Pro Wrestling Canadian Heavy Weight Championship, completing his collection of Monster Pro Wrestling titles. The Tag-team championships, the Western Canadian Provincial Championship and the Monster Pro Wrestling Canadian Heavy Weight Championship now all belong to The All American Steve Rivers.

Friday night’s event, The Day Of The Dead started with Monster Pro Wrestlings promoter, Daniel D. Kade inviting The All American out to the ring, so that he could congratulate him on achieving the impossible. After congratulating Rivers, D. Kade was quick to remind the champion that as champion, he would have to defend his titles that night, first against Heavy Metal, who was the #1 contender for the Western Canadian Provincial Championship and then later that night he would have to defend the tag titles against The Brothers In Flight and Nite and The Sicilian Assassin in the final round of the tag team tournament&if he could find a partner. But Rivers said he wasn’t worried about losing any of his titles and as for who was going to be his partners, he was going to let the American Patriots, who had accompanied him to the ring, decide which of them would be his partner. He turned his back and gave them to the count of 15 to make a decision, but when he turned back around the American Patriots were no where to be found. Rivers assumed they had gone back to the back to discuss who would be his partner, so he was going to go back and check up on them and let everyone know later that night who would be his partner.

Shane O’Ryan vs. Willy Saint

Winner: Shane O’Ryan (with help from his buddy Evan Inferno)

Western Canadian Provincial Championship Match

All American Steve Rivers vs. Heavy Metal

Winner: All American Steve Rivers (with an accidental assist from the referee)

Former Monster Pro Wrestling Canadian Heavy Weight Champion, Massive Damage made his way out to the ring, accompanied by The Ripper, to address the cheering fans. But it didn;t take those cheers to change to boos. Both Massive and The Ripper took turns complaining about the Monster Pro Wrestling wrestlers, staff and fans who they felt had turned their backs on Massive Damage, who had given them so much. He deserved their respect, he deserved their admiration, but what he didn’t deserve was losing his title without even getting pinned. He blamed Daniel D. Kade for his lose, because if it wasn’t for D. Kade’s putting the Fatal Four Way together, he’d still have his belt. The Ripper also announced that D. Kade wasn’t the only one with power to make matches. D. Kade only controlled 50% of Monster Pro Wrestling, the other half was controlled by Ripper, and he was going to start making some matches too. Massive then let everyone know, and sent a personal message to D. Kade, saying that he is going to start beating his way through the roster and even, if he has to, he beat his way through some of the fans to get a title shot and his championship back.

Boris The Bruiser (with Final Chapter in his corner) vs. Mr. Intensity Mark Posey

Winner: Mr. Intensity Mark Posey

Congrats to Mark Posey for his first Monster Pro Wrestling win, and a special thanks to former security guard, T.J. for helping put an end to Final Chapters constant interference in the match.

Evan Inferno vs. Stevie Saint

Winner: Even Inferno (with help from Shane ORyan)

Willy Saint then hit the ring and a brawl ensued. The Saint Brothers then demanded a match against Inferno and ORyan, which brought Daniel D. Kade out to the ring. D. Kade not only granted both teams the match, but declared that the winner of that match at the next event would be the #1 contenders for the tag-team titles.

#1 Contender Match  Winner becomes the #1 contender for the Canadian Heavy Weight Title, the loser becomes the #1 contender for the Western Canadian Provincial Championship.

Big Jess vs. The Young Lion Bobby Sharp

10 minutes into the match, after a very even battle, Massive Damage hit the ring and started laying waste on the exhausted wrestlers. Ripper then came out and held Big Jess down while Massive tore Bobby Sharp apart, finally power bombing him and leaving him with a head injury.

The Main Event

Triple Threat Tournament Final Title Match

The Brothers In Flight vs. Nite & The Sicilian Assassin vs. Steve Rivers & ????

After everyone had entered the ring, Rivers announced that he was unable to find the American Patriots, but did bump into a former rival, that he now has a common enemy with and announced Massive Damage would be his new tag-team partner. After a strong start by Brothers In Flight, CAM!ikaze was systematically taken apart by Rivers, Massive, Nino and Nite. Big Jess then came out and wanted a piece of Massive Damage, chasing him from ringside. Rivers was then thrown from the ring and just as it looked like the Brothers In Flight were going to be champs again, Eclipse turned on his partner and shocked the audience as he gave CAM!ikaze a vicious hangman’s clothesline and then stood and watched as Nite pinned his partner. Nite and The Sicilian Assassin are the new Monster Pro Wrestling Tag-Team Champions.


Friday, Nov 16th - The Dark Season

At the Xtreme Zone 14420 112 ST. NW, Canada

Matches you will see:

#1 Contenders Match for the Tag Titles

The Saint Brothers vs. Shane O'Ryan and Evan Inferno



Match 1: Luvbug defeats Sebastian McCool and Wyndam James Wynthorpe III in a handicap match. Luvbug showed true heart and is truly underrated as a wrestler. McCool and Wyndham were talked into going back into the ring by me post match, only to be laid out again. I didn't see that, I was too busy cleaning off my new belts to notice or care.

Match 2: Referee "Pistol" Pete McGraw pins Andrew Bates in the "Respect My Authority" Match, refereed by MMA competitor Biff Walizer. Walizer showed his wrestling skill by hooking Andrew Bates after the match and McGraw reverted to referring and counted a 3 Count for Walizer.

Match 3: Scheduled to be Smasher LeBlanc against King Kaluha for the right to receive a mandatory NCW Championship Match, LeBlanc, suffering from a neck injury, was forced to surrender the match. Kaluha and Jonathan Luvstruck attacked the injured LeBlanc, bloodying him severely and cutting off his trademark pony tail. Adam Flash ran in before further damage could be done and told Kaluha he would kick his ass "Anytime, Anywhere", words that would come back to haunt him and NCW.

Match 4: Ending a glorious 22 year career, Cotton The Butcher was defeated by Kid Kattrell under "Universal Hardcore" rules. Out of respect for Cotton, the "Universal Hardcore Championship", a belt Cotton made famous worldwide, will be retired and decommissioned by NCW and the other promotions that recognize the Championship. The belt will be presented to Cotton as a retirement present at a later date.

Match 5: The Patriot and Jermaine Jubilee with Bruno Sammartino defeats The Masked Medic and The Middle East Maniac, Saddam Insane, with Judge Lawless. Lawless swerved everyone by faking his retirement, hoping to throw off Patriot and Jubilee. Instead, he got decked by "The Living Legend" to a monstrous pop and Patriot and Jubilee marched to victory to the crowds delight!

Match 6: Darren Wyse and The Hungarian Barbarian with Missy Hyatt defeat Bad Crew and John Dahmer and Eddie Valentine to become the 8th NCW Tag Team Champions! The Hungarian Barbarian was barely able to walk due to his knee injury and Wyse was limping badly from a heel injury. Valentine ran into Bad Crew's crippling finisher, the BAD LANDS, but as each member of Bad Crew was immediatly pulled from the ring, a semi-conscious Wyse pulled out the victory for his team and won the Tag Team Championship, with an arm draped over the badly bloodied and comatose Valentine ! Insane, out of control brawl that went all around the building.

Match 7: In a very controversial match, Vince Bono defeated Ray Alexander in a brutal Ladder Match to retain WPW's Light Heavyweight Championship. Alexander and Lu Luv, seeing me at WPW the night before taking the WPW belt and leaving, and telling Bono's posse if they came to York they'd be arrested on the spot, figured I'd be on their side. WRONG !! I invited WPW president Paul "Pinky" Pinkerton to sit at ringside, and when Alexander grabbed the belt and climbed off the ladder, Pinky interfered and made sure the referee who was bloody and battered from a chair shot, saw Bono with the belt and awarded him the match, much to the crowds disgust.

Match 8: York County Tech student Nate Patterson wins his debut match against Doyle Day. Day, intimidated by the incredibly biased crowd and knowing it was EVERYBODY in the building against him, could not build any momentum and was pinned after a huge lapse in judgment and Patterson, either by pure luck or the result of studying and training for his debut, caught Day beautifully, in a sunset flip for the 3 Count. Easily the loudest reaction of the night, as Nate was way over in front of his classmates, teachers and family.

Match 9: NCW Champion Adam Flash pins Nick Berk to retain his Championship His words from earlier would come back to haunt him, however. His knee was injured, and he was exhausted from a near 20 minute match, King Kahlua, Jonathan Luvstruck and yours truly hit the ring and Kahlua demanded and got his title shot right then and there leading to...

Match 9.5: King Kahlua defeats Adam Flash to become the 7th NCW World Heavyweight Champion. Flash, fighting valiantly on one leg, almost pulled out the victory when Nick Berk tripped Flash and Flash landed very awkwardly on the ropes. Kahlua used a pull of the tights and feet on the ropes to get the pinfall and the Championship!

Post Match: After a few very choice and very legitimate comments and announcing that thanks to "The Corporate Takeover", NCW was now finally 100% in my control. 5 years of misery ended with myself in control of NCW completely and Darren Wyse, Hungarian Barbarian and Adam Flash limping away broken and beaten. Ray Alexander was also injured from the earlier attack by WPW's Pinky. The audience was so incensed that security had to walk me out of the building and then to my waiting car, as we were in a near riotous situation.

Backstage News: There were numerous injuries as Smasher LeBlanc needed 15 stitches to close his head wound. Eddie Valentine received a gash to the back of his head that required 12 staples. Referee Mike Neff needed stitches in the back of his head from a Vince Bono chair shot. Kid Katrell suffered a torn meniscus in his left knee during his match. Cotton got busted open for "the Millionth time" as he said but refused medical attention and Adam Flash suffered a deep bone bruise on his right knee cap and a strained quadriceps muscle during his match with Nick Berk. Not to mention Hungarian Barbarian and Marshall Law suffering from serious knee injuries that will need surgery before they can perform again. Video of Leblanc and Kattrell being examined will be on the DVD.



Kayfabe Dojo Wrestling Inc. in sanction with the National Wrestling Alliance present

NWA Empire: "Corporate Holiday"

Saturday December 8th, 2007

St. Johnsburg Fire Hall, 7165 Ward Road - North Tonawanda, New York, Doors Open - 5:30 PM, Belltime - 6:30 PM, Tickets: $10 Presale , $12 Day of the show , $5 Children 9 and under

For more info call (585) 621-4293

2 matches have been signed for NWA Empire's Corporate Holiday!

NWA Empire fans finally get the chance to get their wish as former ESW Champion Jonny Puma goes one on one with the current NWA National and NWA Empire Champion "The Patrick Swayze of Pro Wrestling" Pepper Parks. With the history that these two have in the Buffalo area and with Puma scoring a non-title victory over Parks at the last NWA Empire show "Juiced," these two are sure to put on a clinic that will be talked about for years to come.

Also on December 8th, the Lord of the Dance Championship will be on the line as the current champion Colin Olsen defends against his own brother (and current NWA Upstate World Champion) Jimmy Olsen and another former ESW Champion and former Lord of the Dance Champion Mastiff. All three of these competitors have worked very hard to get to where they are, which could make this one of the greatest matche to hit Western New York in recent history.

Don't miss NWA Empire's Corporate Holiday 2007 Saturday December 8th. You never know what will happen or WHO will show up. We'll keep you posted in the coming weeks as more matches are announced.



Saturday, November 3, 2007, Freddie's Auction House in Columbia, TN

Match One

Tommy Capone def Phil Wilson via pinfall.

Phil Wilson made his return toColumbia, only to get run over by the freight train that is Capone.

Match Two

Robbie Ruffin def Avenger w/ Blu via pinfall.

Ruffin utilities his strength on the taller Avenger with take down after take over. Blu got involved but it wasn't enough as Avenger got Ruffin's spin buster for the pin.

Match Three

Eddie Paul def Michael White via pinfall.

Paul struggled to find a way to counter the arsenal of White. Eddie got the pinfall after a series of chops and roll ups.

Match Four

"Mr.Impact" JT Quest w/ Xstacy def Blu w/ Avenger via submission.

Quest found himself facing a big masked Blu, but soon found a way to chop him down, with a series of flying closelines, a huge spin buster, and a tazzmission for the tap out.

Match Five

Syndicate Crew (D'Angelo & LA Player) def Antonio Cathey & Larry Cooter via


This semi-main event saw Antonio taking the brunt of the beating as Cooter could only look on. Antonio made a come back with some huge drop kicks, but soon was taken down for the pin.

After the match the Crew began to beat down Antonio as Larry Cooter silently left Freddies. Adam McCloud, armed with a chair, hit the ring for the save. He was soon meet with a beat down of his own as the Crew left Antonio and McCloud laid out in the ring.

Main Event – No DQ

Brandon Stone def Chris "The Ice Man" Eckos via pinfall.

This feud continues in a brutal way. Stone got the lucky roll up for the pin in a match that saw every weapon possible used. Neither of these men will give an inch. The Ice Man got on the mike saying Stone had stolen victories the last 2 week & that next week the stakes would be higher in a FIRST BLOOD MATCH!


You will want to see what happens next week! Don't miss NWA: Main Event Wrestling every Saturday in Columbia,TN. If you live in middle Tennessee, come be a part of the great NWA action! Stay update at



Stan 'The Man' Lee Suffers Career Threatening Injury! VACATES NWA All-Star Wrestling Heavyweight Title!

(Bristol, Va) Stan "The Man" Lee suffered a broken leg in a recent defense of his NWA ASW Heavyweight Chamionship. Unfortunately, due to the extent of his injury, NWA ASW is not sure if Stan Lee will ever get back into the ring! Doctors have said that it will be months before he can walk again and they are not sure if he will be able to wrestle again.The injury is severe enough to require surgery and a plate will have to be inserted in the former Champions' leg.


Wayne Defeats Pharaoh, Unifies NWA North American & NWA Virginia State

Titles! RETRIBUTION set for Saturday at Ground Xero! (King and Queen County, Va) What a successful night. Don't trust the words, though, check out the video!

Results from King and Queen County Elementary School, King and Queen County, Va:

In front of a near capacity crowd the NWA brought another night of fantasticwrestling to the great fans of King and Queen County!

North American Tag Team Champions The Old School Empire defeated The River City Rogues by pinfall following a double piledriver.

Chris Escobar came out to DEMAND a title match against someone. Since his partner Rex Sterling was injured, he demanded to replace Jefferson Early in the Alpha Championship Ladder match. Escobar stated that Early hadn't earned the shot, but that HE had since he has been in the NWA for several years and hasn't received his share of title shots. Grail came out and accepted the challenge.

Mark Bravura defeated 'The Tank' Sid Thomas.

Newcomer Tiger Blue was the last man standing in a Gauntlet Match for a future shot at the Alpha Championship. Match started with Jefferson Early and Peter Spade. After 4 minutes, Tiger Blue entered the match. He survived several double teaming assaults and eliminated Early. Shorty Smalls then entered the ring, accompied by Kasey Carlisle. Tiger Blue then eliminated Peter Spade, and despite overwhelming odds, the fan favorite Tiger Blue eliminated Smalls. Before Blue was announced as the winner, Pharaoh entered the ring and utterly DESTROYED Blue, and then his manager Shiek Ali Akbar went on a rant about how Pharaoh was tired of Damien Wayne, the fans of King and Queen County, and everyone in general. Akbar then predicted that Pharaoh would once again walk out of King and Queen County Elementary School with a title belt strapped around his waist.

After intermission, the ladders were set up, and Grail and Escobar went at it. In what fans describe as a brutal match, Alpha Champion Grail defeated Chris Escobar! Grail locked in his version of the sharpshooter while on top of the ladders and was able to grab the Alpha Championship.


North American Champion Damien Wayne defeated Virginia State Champion Pharaoh to unify the straps!

Wayne went on to challenge World Champion Adam Pearce for a match in Saluda in February! Pharaoh spoke about how he was going to regain the glory of Championship gold and vowed to dismantle Grail!


Fresno, CA: NAW's New Years Resolutions, January 4th 2008




November 3, 2007

"Top Shelf" Jeremy Jaeger pinned Espiritu Infernal

Brady Roberts defeated "Awesome" Lee Dawson & Ryan Taylor in a Triple Threat Match

Dave The Bruiser pinned "Tough" Tony Raze

"Marvelous" Max Martin pinned The Irish Icon

The French Stallion defeated Country Bear

Brandon "Nitro" Gatson & Vizzion defeated Terex & Sonny Samson when Vizzion pinned Samson



NWA Upstate Holiday Hangover Update

Ricky Reyes is Coming! Ricky Reyes and NWA Upstate have come to terms on a 3 show deal. Reyes' contract with NWA Upstate will start on Saturday November 24th at Holiday Hangover and will extend into 2008. So be there on November 24th at Minett Hall when Ricky Reyes makes his NWA Upstate debut!

We also have two NEW 2 matches to announce that have just been signed for NWA Upstate's Holiday Hangover card. One is a singles match and one is a big tag match.

The singles match is a matchup between 2 former champions. A former NWA Upstate tag champion, Colin Olsen, goes one on one with former NWA Upstate heavyweight champion "D2" Danny Doring. This will be the first time these two have wrestled each other and Doring is looking to extract some revenge against Colin as it was Colin's brother, Jimmy Olsen, who defeated Doring in the Indytational tournament in September.

The second match is a tag match with the rather recently formed team of CloudLee, "The Right Stuff" Brodie Lee and Cloudy, against a team that has been a team from birth, The McCloud Brothers, Evan & Kyle. This will also be a first-time matchup and the winners could possibly put themselves in line for a shot at the tag titles now held by Rhythm & Booze.

So here's the updated card so far AND we'll keep you updated on even more matches as they are signed within the next few weeks.

Main Event  NWA Upstate World Title Match

Jimmy Olsen (c) vs. The Star Foundation's "Fabulous" John McChesney (w/Star Rider)

NWA National/NWA Empire Champion Pepper Parks vs. TNA's LAX member "The Notorious 187" Homicide

NWA Upstate No Limits Title Match  Cheech (c) vs. Gabe Saint

Cody Deaner vs. Dunn of the Roadies

"D2" Danny Doring vs. Colin Olsen

CloudLee vs. The McCloud Brothers

And More...


NWA Upstate's "Holiday Hangover" Saturday November 24th

Minett Hall - Henrietta, New York Preshow - 6:00 PM Main Show - 6:30 PM

Tickets - $11 Presale, $14 Day of the show, $7 Children 9 and under

For more information call (585) 621-4293

Presale tickets available at Millennium Games & Hobbies, 3047 West Henrietta Road, Henrietta, NY and through the Upstate website via PayPal at 



National Wrestling Superstars management received a phone call from their headliner for their November 9 Sayreville and November 10 Ridgefield Park events, Tony Atlas, telling them that although he agreed to work their events, he had signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment to work at their Ohio Valley affiliate and would be unable to work their events as planned. NWS management, living by the boy scout credo "always be prepared" put the word out to "Super Agent" Eric Simms. Simms, who had an autograph signing scheduled for the Ugandan Giant Kamala told NWS he was available. Rather than make an announcement over the wrestling boards, NWS told the fans at the event of the circumstances and even offered refunds to those who came to see Tony Atlas wrestle. And NWS management were pleased that no one on either

Friday or Saturday took them up on their offer


Friday, November 9 Results From Sayreville

Sell Out. Ref's Ryan T, Jimmy Storm, Kenny Edwards

Fighting Elvis sang the National Anthum (only to be beaten down by Sal Sincere)

Rhett Titus def Antonio Malave

Promo telling fans about Tony Atlas situation (see above) and introduced Kamala

The Wild Breed def J.T. Highlander & Chris Steeler

The Patriot def Prince I Am Smarta

Gauntlet Match to determine #1 Contender for NWS Jersey Shore Title

Participants: Jersey Jerry, J.D. Smooth, Corey Havoc, Mikey "G.Q." Gavin Quest, Mikey Pacifica, Bobby Piper. Last two standing at time limit: Mikey Pacifica and Mikey "G.Q." Quest. Announced a 3 way dance later in the show


Alicia defended her WSU Womens Title against Talia Madison

Nicky Oceans pinned Mikey Pacifica to retain Jersey Shore title. Afterwards, Oceans & Quest battled all over the building

Kamala (with Kimala) def Sal Sincere (with Royce C. Profit). Referee was knocked out and Elvis ran in to make the 1-2-3 count

Saturday, November 10 Results From Ridgefield Park

Attendance 162. Ref's Quick Count Dillon, Jimmy Storm, Kenny Edwards

J.D. Smooth def Mikey Pacifica and Chris Adams

Promo telling fans about Tony Atlas situation (see above) and introduced Kamala

Pastor George & Big Dan Marques def Boris Nobiela and Riot

Antonio Malave def Blade Michaels and Justin Pierce

NWS Jersey champion Vicious Vinny and Corey Havoc went to a no contest


The Boy Toys (Rhett Titus and Mikey "GQ" Quest def The Wild Breed

Talia Madison def Roxxy Cotton

Kamala (with Kimchee Johnny Diamond) def Sal Sincere (with Royce C. Profit)


Next NWS event November 13, 2007, in Southern New Jersey (this is a private/sold show and results/venue will be posted after the event).

Nov 18th.   Christiana Fire House   Christiana, (Newark) DEL.   3:30pm  

Nov 30th.   Knights of Columbus Hall   Belleville, NJ   7:45pm

Keep up to date with all NWS action by visiting the NWS website:



Nov. 3rd Results 

With the stage set for NEW's biggest show of the year, "Notorious November Knockout" on Nov. 17th, the show kicked off with an historic contract signing between NEW Champion, Nikita Allanov, and the #1 contender, Jay Donaldson. Commissioner, Nate Pelley presided over the event along with his assistant, Tim Tatum. After a few choice words were shared between the champion and the challenger, Allanov attacked Donaldson with a little help from Madness... injuring Donaldson's back. Thankfully, Shock & Awe (Lutz/Callaway) were able to make the save before Allanov did permanent damage by putting Donaldson through the table. Lutz and Callaway were helped the injured challenger to the back.

The first match of the evening featured "Real Sexy" Evan Steele against the unorthodox Rojo Diablo from Aguas Calientes, Mexico. Steele had no trouble dispatching Rojo.

After complaining to the fans about Donaldson's title shot, claiming that he had just pinned Jay Donaldson "fair & square" in the middle of the ring (Reality Check Match), "Mr. Reality Check" Big Jim Hutchinson reestablished his dominance by defeating crowd favorite, Dave Nevada.

This week's guest on "Rapping with Ravishing Rey Rivera" was the fun-loving challengers for the Tag Team titles, Shock & Awe ("Lightning" Tim Lutz and "Punisher" Brad Callaway). The fan favorites joked with the fans, rallied their support, and "of course" pushed t-shirt sales. When the topic of the Rebellion came up, however, things got deathly serious. Both Callaway and Lutz have vowed to put an end to the Rebellion. At NNKO 3, they get their chance. The winning team will hold the Tag Titles, the losing team must... disband!

"Midnight" Matt Ryan got a startling win off the "Bulldog" Garf Redman in a heated Grudge match. The Bulldog (the only man in NEW history to hold all 3 titles) collided with his manager, Ghetto Fabulous, allowing Ryan get a quick rollup pin.

In a rematch from October, DJ Tom Sharp faced off against Nick LeBeau for the Midwest Independent Championship. LeBeau ridiculed his "friend" again for falling for the "oldest trick in the book"... a fake injury. After a very competitive match between these two friends and training partners, LeBeau once again faked an injury to his knee. After a brief pause, a livid Tom Sharp attacked Nick's knee without remorse. He locked on a leg submission, and failed to break the hold on the referee's count when LeBeau got to the rope. Sharp was disqualified, yet continued the attack. The two brawled outside the ring at Spears Gym until LeBeau threw Sharp into a ladder. Sharp brought the ladder into the ring and mercilessly attacked LeBeau with it until order could be restored. As a result, Commissioner Pelley announced a ladder match for the MWI title at NNKO 3.

The main event was to be a 6 man tag between the Champions (Allanov, Grayson, Reno) vs. the Challengers (Donaldson, Lutz, Callaway). With Jay Donaldson injured, however, the team of Shock & Awe found themselves in a handicap match with 3 of the toughest competitors in NEW. The tag team challengers held their own, despite being overwhelmed by numbers. Late in the match, the Punisher showed why he ruled NEW for so long as the champion, barely kicking out of chain shot and Russian Sickle by Allanov. The crowd errupted, however, when Jay Donaldson emerged from the curtain and cleaned house. After a flurry of moves, Donaldson locked a chicken wing submission on Reno to win the match.


Notorious November Knockout on November 17th. Don't miss it!

Matches already scheduled:

Heavyweight Championship: "Soviet Shooter" Nikita Allanov vs. Jay Donaldson

Tag Team Championship - Losing team must disband: The Rebellion vs. Shock & Awe

Midwest Independent Championship - Ladder Match: Nick LeBeau vs. DJ Tom Sharp



Northeast Championship Wrestling 11/11 Willimantic, CT results

Sunday afternoon 11/11/07, Kramer Middle School, Willimantic, Connecticut

Benefit show for the Windham Youth Football and Cheerleading programs.

Ring Announcer: J.C. Marxx

Referees: Dan Tanaka and Zack Morris

Attendance: approx. 50 to 60

Pre-show match: Mike Volpe over the debuting Shaya Shabo.

Following the pre-show match, there was a ten-bell salute in memory of Grandma Loomis who passed away last week. Grandma Loomis was a great friend and "grandmother" to many of the NCW wrestlers, staff, and fans throughout New England.

1. The One Night Only Hasslehoffs (Chris & Bryce with Mike Brito) over the debuting "Trouble Walkin" Thom Kane & Bull Wildfire.

Promo--Mr. Michael Tootsie, Esq. comes out to bash the Windham Youth Football team and Willimantic's own Textbook Dean Porteau. Dean responds by beating up Mr. M.T.E.

2. The debuting Steven "The Turtle" Weiner over "Old School" Derek Destiny (with Tamara Moore).

3. The Kreeper (with Taeler) over Furio Falcone.

4. Hawkeye Hunter over "The Pinnacle" Paul Lombardi (with The One Night Only Hasslehoffs & Mike Brito) to retain the New England Championship.

5. Pacifico over Triplelicious.

6. The Maine State Posse (Alex Chamberlin & Scottie Vegas with The One Night Only Hasslehoffs, Paul Lombardi, & Mike Brito) over the debuting "The Giant" Ron Aruajo & Ian Conley to retain the Tag Team Championship.

7. Jon Thornhill over NCW President "The Showoff" Mike Paiva. With the victory, Thornhill will be NCW President For A Day at their next event in December. This was Paiva's first match in four years.

8. Willimantic's own Textbook Dean Porteau over Mr. Michael Tootsie, Esq. (aka Mr. M.T.E.)


Saturday Night December 22nd

Knights Of Columbus Hall, 47 S 2nd Ave, Taftville, CT 06380

Doors open @ 7pm Bell time 7:30pm, Admission only $10 @ the door



11/10 Ft. Wright, KY results

Shimmers Ballroom, Ft. Wright, KY, Saturday, November 10, 2007, 360 fans

The Zodiacs (with Jac Attack) & The Crybaby defeated Austin Meddler, Dr. Melvin Winkleman, and Danny "Monte" Montgomery. After the match, Winkleman attacked Monte. Meddler got upset with him about it and when he turned his back to check on his partner, Melvin knocked Meddler out of the ring, too.

Benjamin Kimera defeated Unified Champion Christopher Michael Lotus by DQ.

The Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings defeated Jon Moxley.

Muldoon defeated Roger Ruffen.

The Hippies defeated The Hayes Brothers in a controversial decision. The Hayes' scored a pinfall by using each other for leverage. CEO Kirk Sheppard came down to the ring and let Mr. Hayes know that his brand of cheating would no longer be tolerated and ordered the match restarted. Hayes took exception to this and slapped Sheppard across the face. Sheppard slapped him back and Jesse Hyde rolled Hayes up for the 1-2-3.

Tri-State Champion Ice defeated The Genuine Superstar Anthony Bryant.

Tag Team Champions The Thugs wrestled Stewie Backlund & Tiny Tim to a No Contest when all four men wouldn't stop fighting.

The NWF Heavyweight Title match between Wildcat Chris Harris & Ryan Stone was stopped by the referee. To that point it was very close and Wildcat nearly won the title several times. CEO Sheppard announced that these two would return in a No DQ match on 12/22!


Saturday, November 17th, Buford, OH, Community Center, 8 PM Bell Time

Ryan Stone & Roger Ruffen vs. Stewie Backlund & Tiny Tim in a Buford Tornado Match

Ladies Match

Christopher Michael Lotus vs. The Genuine Superstar Anthony Bryant

plus much more

NWF THANKSGIVING EVE, Wednesday November 21st, Cincinnati, OH, BoneKrushers

8 PM Bell Time, Admission is $5, seating is limited.

NWF STUFFED, Saturday, November 24th,Walton, KY, National Guard Armory, 8 PM Bell Time

Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings vs. Benjamin Kimera

Ice vs. Jon Moxley in a Stretcher Match

Sin D & The Hippies vs. InGe & The Thugs

and much more

Advance Discount Tickets at Disc 'N Dat on Turfway Road in Florence, KY

Saturday, December 1st, Cincinnati, OH, BoneKrushers National Pro Wrestling Training Center

8 PM Bell Time, Admission is $5, seating is limited.

NWF THUNDERdome, Saturday, December 8th, Wilmington, OH, Clinton County Fairgrounds

8 PM Bell Time

The NWF Title on the line inside a steel cage . . . and 8 men will battle it out for the belt!

Advance Discount Tickets at Peterson & Daugherty Law Offices for $6, $8 at the door, $4 kids tickets

Saturday, December 22nd, Ft. Wright, KY, SHIMMERS Ballroom, 8 PM Bell Time

Ryan Stone vs. Wildcat Chris Harris

Jon Moxley vs. Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings

Muldoon vs. Roger Ruffen

The Hippies vs. The Hayes Brothers

The Thugs vs. Stewie Backlund & Tiny Tim

Jarred West & The Zodiacs vs. Freaks & Geeks & Danny Montgomery

Ice vs. Anthony Bryant, Christopher Michael Lotus vs. Kimera

and more!

Advance Discount Tickets available at Disc ‘N Dat on Turfway Road in Florence for $8, $10 at the door. Doors open at 7, pre-show will begin prior to 8 PM.

NWF SEASONS BEATINGS, Saturday, December 29th, Fairfield, OH, UAW Hall, 8 PM Bell Time

Roger Ruffen vs. Wildcat Chris Harris

Ryan Stone & Jon Moxley vs. Muldoon & The Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings

and much more!

Advanced Discount tickets are available at Hooterville Sports Cards on Pleasant Avenue, event sponsored by the Fairfield-Lindewald Domino's and Rooster's Bar and Grill. Come to the official NWF Afterparty at Roosters immediately following the event! (This event has been rescheduled from Thanksgiving Eve due to a scheduling conflict with the UAW Hall)

Check out or call (513) 588-4NWF for more information about all upcoming NWF events!



Planet Championship Wrestling presents:

"No Turning Back" Tour

Saturday, November 24th, Bell time: 7:00 PM, Doors open at: 6:00 PM

Robarts Arena, 3000 Ringling Blvd, Sarasota, Florida

Ringside: $25.00, General Admission: $20.00. We're also offering VIP tickets

which get you into our event, plus our VIP lounge.

For more info: 941-580-1861


Main Event #1:

PCW Heavyweight Title Match: Apollo (champion) vs. "The Original" Brent Dail (challenger)

Main Event #2:

Hardcore Match: Sabu (former ECW champion) vs. Eddie Colon

Tag Team Match: Nasty Boys vs. Norman Smiley and Hack Myers

Special Challenge Match: Big Vito Vs Kip James

Grudge Match: Kevin Sullivan vs King Haku

Tag Team Match: Rico Suave and Hurricane Castillo Vs The Shane Twins managed by "Hardcore Giant" Ron Niemi

Cuban Heavyweight Title Match: Fidel Sierra "the Cuban Assassin" (champion) w/Fantasy Vs the Glamour Boy Shane (challenger)

Battle of the Giants: "Jungle" Jim Steel Vs Navy Seal

Ricky Santana Vs "Mr. Technical" Barry Horowitz

Hector Guerrero Vs "Superhero" Mark Zout

Ring Announcer: Shannon Rose

Also, check out the Planet Championship Wrestling Divas, Ms Tiffany, Diamante, and The New Age Hollywood Ms Fluffy.

This is going to be a wrestling extravaganza you don't want to miss. So remember bring you, your friends, and your family out to Robarts Arena on November 24th

For more info and how to obtain tickets log onto or call our official PCW ticket hotline at 941-580-1861

Get your tickets early!




Now added to the El Ligero vs Martin Kirby vs Prince Mohamed Ameen match, therefore making it a four way match - is no less than 1PW and IWW, international star Mad Man Manson! Manson is bringing his totally unique brand of insanity to PTW, and the stakes have been raised dramatically for PTW's first show outside of their hometown of Luton!


Due to personal commitments beyond his control, Spatch has had to pull out of his match with PTW Heavyweight Champion Gangster. PTW Owner Peter Staniforth is refusing to say who his replacement is, as the rivalry and head games between Peter and Gangster continue.


The match between Brian Braddock and Frantastic - is now a triple threat match. What was to be special referee, former RBW star Kid Regis, who making his big comeback to wrestling; has decided he cannot be impartial in the match and has asked PTW Owner Peter Staniforth if he could be involved in the match instead. Peter has granted Regis his wish, and the match just took an incredible twist!

PTW'S NEW SPONSOR!  We are now proud to announce that PTW is sponsored by The Squared Circle Wrestling store, who can be found at - for all your WWE, TNA, ECW needs; and much much more - visit the official website or the Ebay Store at; PTW dvd's and other PTW merchandise are also stocked!

PTW'S DVD PRODUCTION COMPANY! For all your graphical needs, logo's, posters, website design, and much more; visit Coldchain Productions can be emailed at for all enquries of a business nature.

PHOTOS AVAILABLE TO BUY! PTW are happy to announce it has a deal with a professional photographer to take photos at our shows that are for sale afterwards. The website can be viewed at,  and all action photo's from our shows can be bought from there! All photo's of shows are available on a cd, it's only £2 a cd for over 150 photos, and they can be ordered by emailing 

NEW PTW VIDEO'S ON YOU TUBE!! All you need to do, is search for "power trip wrestling" on, for an array of music videos and interview segments from past shows!



Saturday 27th October 2007

PTW Heavyweight Title Tournament 1st Round

Gangster def Mikey The Pikey & Danny Stevens w/h Dan Edge to progress to the semi-finals.

Sykes def Lucian to progress to the semi-finals.

Simon Lazenby def Rich 'n' Famous by disqualification, but was physically unable to continue in the tournament due to the actions of Rich 'n' Famous.

Johnny Kidd def Shabazz to progress to the final, due to the bye situation from the prior match.

PTW Hardcore Title - Four Way Match

Jim Brooks © retained against Frantastic, American All-Star, and Leon X via a 'no contest' decision. The title was later vacated.

Fatal Four Way Tag Team Match

Beer Fuelled Violence (Bill Duffy & ArkAngel) def 3Some (PTW Cruiserweight Champion Dan Ryder & Danny Devine), Youth Gone Wild (Will Davison & Ant Lacayo), and G 'The Ghetto Superstar' & Geraden.

PTW Heavyweight Title Tournament Semi-Finals

Gangster def Sykes to progress to the final.

Johnny Kidd progressed to the final via a bye.


PTW Heavyweight Title Tournament Final

Gangster def Johnny Kidd to become the FIRST EVER PTW Heavyweight Champion.


It's been a crazy life for Power Trip Wrestling, since our beginnings in March this year; but it's time for PTW to take to a new level for us - our first show outside of Luton, and two shows in two weeks!

So, let's get to the details for both show as PTW enters a new phase of it's existence.... All matches advertised for Dec 1st in Luton, are booked as of right now and are subject to change depending on results and potential title changes on Nov 17th in Stevenage.


What: Power Trip Wrestling present "Fearless".

When: Saturday 17th November 2007.

Where: Marriotts School, Telford Avenue, Stevenage, Herts, SG2 0AN.

Doors Open: 7.00pm, Show Starts: 7.30pm

Tickets: Adults £8, Children/OAP/Student £5, and Family of four £20.

Matches As Follow:

MAIN EVENT : 'BASEBALL BAT IS LEGAL: Shabazz w/Peter Staniforth vs American All-Star w/Miss Vicky


CRUISERWEIGHT TAG TEAM ACTION: G 'The Ghetto Superstar' & Geraden vs '3Some' (PTW Cruiserweight Champion) Dan Ryder & Danny Devine


RDW VS PTW: Sykes & Lee Chaos (c) vs 'The Players Club' Rich N' Famous & Kyle Kraze

NO DISQUALIFICATION - NO COUNTOUT: Team Woo' Leon X & Jay Cool w/Peter Staniforth vs 'Mean And Green' Anton Green & Maverick w/Mr Tenacious

SIX MAN CRUISERWEIGHT CHAOS: Seb Drea vs Paul McSherry vs Mr Portugal vs Wheeler vs Tyler Haze vs Nero


Will Kid Regis make an appearance, and his PTW Debut, in Stevenage?!!!!

And More To Come!

What: Power Trip Wrestling - "BulletProof".

When: Saturday 1st December 2007.

Where: Luton Rugby Club, Newlands Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 4BQ.

Doors Open : 7.00pm, Show Starts : 7.30pm

Tickets: Adults £8, Children/OAP/Student £5, and Family of four £20.

Matches As Follow:

MAIN EVENT : PTW HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE ON THE LINE: Gangster (c) vs Shabazz w/PTW Owner Peter Staniforth

1PW STAR TAG TEAM MAKE THEIR PTW DEBUT: Pain Inc vs Frantastic & American All-Star

GRUDGE MATCH: Rich N' Famous vs Brian Braddock

PTW CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE ON THE LINE: G 'The Ghetto Superstar' w/Geraden vs Dan Ryder (c) w/Danny Devine

EIGHT MAN TAG TEAM MATCH: Beer Fuelled Violence & Team Woo w/ PTW Owner Peter Staniforth vs Mean N' Green & Danny Stevens & Dan Edge


And More To Come!


You can order/reserve tickets for PTW's upcoming shows on Saturday November 17th in Stevenage, and Saturday 1st December in Luton, right now by calling the PTW Box Office now on 07856 164285; or via email at



Shock 'N' Awe - October 6, 2007, Charles Town, WV

Scotty McKeever (with Ken Doll) pinned Bill Bain

Tank Thomas defeated Mark Bravura

Bobby Shields and Kermon the German fought to a double disqualification

Tommy Hawk defeated Switchblade in a chain match

Brock Singleton & Zachary Shane (with Candie) defeated "The Solution" Scott Fowler & Zubov in a 2 out of 3 Falls Match

PCW Champion Jimmy Jannetty pinned Julio Dinero


Primal Conflict Wrestling returns to the Jefferson County Community Center in Charles Town, West Virginia on Saturday night, December 1 for "Christmas Chaos". Bell time is 7:30, with doors opening at 6:45 for autograph sessions with all your PCW favorites. The JCCC is located just minutes from Charles Town Races & Slots, so come early and make a day of it.

Primal Conflict Wrestling, "Christmas Chaos", Saturday, December 1,2007

7:30 Bell time , 6:45 Autograph Session/ "Shock N' Awe" DVD Release Party

Jefferson County Community Center at Sam Michael's Park, 1516 Job Corps Road

Shenandoah Junction, WV (for MapQuest, GPS purposes)

New match signed:

Brock Singleton and Zachary Shane (with Candie) vs. Ghetto Mafia (Qeenan Creed and 2 Dope)

Brock Singleton and Zachary Shane were drawn together as a tag team by a common enemy; The Barbell Mafia ("The Solution" Scott Fowler and Zubov). After scoring a victory at "Shock N' Awe" on October 6 in a thrilling 2 out of 3 falls match against BBM, Singleton and Shane urged PCW officials to secure the best opposition they could find to prove they were no flash in the pan tag team. PCW officials went straight to the top and signed the Ghetto Mafia (Qeenan Creed and 2 Dope) for "Christmas Chaos" on December 1. Fans in the Mid-Atlantic region know the Ghetto Mafia well and at "Christmas Chaos" , Brock and Zachary will be introduced to them in person! Stay tuned to PCW's official MySpace ( ) for the Tale of the Tape on this exciting showdown.

In Action:

NWA/WCW Legend "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton

PCW Champion Jimmy Jannetty

"Beautiful" Bobby Eaton, one half of the legendary Midnight Express, has stated that he will be in action at "Christmas Chaos". But what are his intentions? Who is his target? We'll all find out on December 1.

PCW Champion Jimmy Jannetty has stated that his lawyers have ensured him that he "can defend the PCW Championship when and where I want and that I don't feel like defending it in Chuck Town, WV, but since it's the Holiday season, I'll be gracious enough to grace those hillbillies with the presence of PCW's very own Messiah". Is Jannetty holding the PCW Championship hostage and what clout does he have with PCW officials?

Matches signed:

"The Solution" Scott Fowler vs "Southern Hearthrob" Brad Thomas

Tommy Hawk vs Ramblin' Rich

Also in action: "The Suntan Iceman" Tank Thomas, The lovely Miami, "Hillary Clinton's Favorite Wrestler" Mark Bravura, Bill Bain, and many more.

Ticket Info: Reserved ringside-$15; General Admission-$10

All tickets $5 More at the door

Advance tickets can be purchased at John's Sporting Goods, 602 N. Mildred St in Ranson, WV, or at Pit Stop Racing, located in the Fredericktowne Mall in Frederick, MD. Advance tickets can also be purchased at the Jefferson County Community Center.

You may also reserve tickets by e-mailing 



11/11 Burbank, CA

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla ran at the Burbank Armory in Burbank on Sunday night. Bryan Danielson defeated Jack Evans to retain the PWG World Championship in the main event. Also on the show, Chris Hero defeated Eddie Kingston & The Human Tornado via DQ. For complete results, click below.

PWG, Burbank Armory, Burbank, CA, Attendance: 300

Karl Anderson defeated Ronin

Claudio Castagnoli defeated TJ Perkins

The Dynasty (Scott Lost & Joey Ryan) defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)

Roderick Strong defeated El Generico

Scorpio Sky defeated Rocky Romero

Chris Hero defeated Eddie Kingston & The Human Tornado via DQ

Bryan Danielson defeated Jack Evans to retain the PWG World Championship



PWO, Pro Wrestling Ohio, is a new and exciting professional wrestling promotion based in northeast Ohio. PWO showcases the top names from the area and beyond with a weekly television broadcast on the official television home of the Cleveland Indians, Sports Time Ohio.

Sports Time Ohio is available in over 4 million homes on cable television throughout Ohio and into parts of Western Pennsylvania. Sports Time Ohio is also available NATIONWIDE to satellite dish subscribers of both DirecTV and Dish Network. If you are a dish subscriber and do not have Sports Time Ohio on your line-up and want to be part of the PWO experience, call your satellite provider today and request Sports Time Ohio be added to your line-up! For more information on PWO TV's availability, visit  


OFFICIAL RESULTS FOR PWO Ep. 1; Original Airdate: November 3, 2007

Pro Wrestling Ohio's debut episode on Sports Time Ohio gave wrestling fans everything they could have hoped for, and then some. Not only was there solid action in the ring, but lots of suprises, and an ending that left us wanting more. Joe Dombrowski and Jamie Scott called the action from inside The Lakewood Masonic Temple.

V-2 (Virus & Virus Grande) vs. The Cut Throat Crew-

PWO management could not have chosen a better match to start it's first episode. "Bloody" Morty Rackem and "Ruthless" Rufio Rapier, together known as "The Cut Throat Crew," took on the new tandem of Virus and Virus Grande, V-2. We all remember Virus from the tag team "Q and A." We here at PWO did not even know a Virus "Grande" existed until recently. Combine that this was also the first we have seen of the two pirates on STO, it made for an interesting bout.

The match started out with "The Cut Throat Crew" firmly in control. Both Rackem and Rapier worked together well, executing a nice series of double team manuevers on "V-2." But with Virus cheap veteran tactics, along with the help of the mysterious Virus Grande, it didn't take long for the two to take control. Virus was doing well, until Rackem avoided a moonsault attempt. He followed that up with an enzuguri, and made the tag.

"The Cut Throat Crew" were cleaning house. At one point, Rapier threw Grande to the concrete floor, and executed a perfect suicide dive. Back on the inside, Morty Rackem connected with "The Roll of the Dice" on the original Virus. Rapier was cut off by Virus Grande suddenly, and pushed into the steel ring pole on the outside. This gave Grande just enough time to shake the ropes, crotching Rackem, who was attempting an arial manuever. Virus made the pinfall, Grande held the legs, and the ref didn't see it, counting the three. V-2 steals the first win in PWO history. But the pirates were not going to take this loss lightly...

Hobo Joe attacked!-

He's never been known as the cleanest, the best looking, or the nicest smelling on Sports Time Ohio. Hobo Joe was scheduled for in ring competion. Unfortunatly, whatever match PWO management had set up never took place. This was due to the appearance of Aaron Mcguire, agent of the massive Cronus.


That was the scream that echoed throughout the Masonic Temple from Mcguire, as Cronus hopped the barricade and delivered a powerful kick to the face of Hobo. "Homeless Joe gets a spot on National TV?!" Mcguire didn't think that spot was deserving, nor did Cronus. The 6' 2", 285 pound monster threw Hobo Joe up on his shoulders with ease, and hit him with his signature manuever, the F-5. As quickly as the two arrived, they vanished through the curtain just as fast. The PWO fans in attendance realized that Cronus certainly is going to be a force to be reckoned with.

Gregory Iron vs. Johnny Gargano-

Johnny Gargano proved that he is indeed one of the most self centered, uncaring individuals on the PWO roster. On August 5th, 2007, Gregory Iron was hit with mutiple suplexes and a powerbomb inside a wrestling ring. These actions gave Iron a sezuire, a concussion, and hemmoraging from the brain. "If Greg would of went to sleep that night, he would have died," said Gargano in a pre-match promo."So why didn't you just go to sleep?!" "The Unique One" stated that the return of Iron would be a short one, and that by the end of tonights match, Gregory Iron would end up back in the hospital. Add to the fact that Johnny was to be accompanied by his partner in crime, Josh Prohibition, and the odds weren't good.

The twenty year old prodigy started off dominating Iron, trying to kick him in the head from the start. After taking light of him, Iron quickly school boyed Gargano for a near fall. But Iron made the mistake of trying for his diving clothesline into a facebuster one too many times, as on the second attempt, Josh Prohibition grabbed Iron by the foot. This led to a ugly lung blower to the back of Iron, and put Gargano back in the driver seat. The multiple chops and all around malicious double team assault from Gargano and Probo seemed to be wearing the kid with cerebral paulsy down. After a fifth attempt at a shoulder tackle, Gregory rolled out, leaving Johnny's shoulder to collide with the unforgiving steel post. The two fired shots back and forth, and Iron hit a quick back elbow and knee to the face. But the comeback was stopped by a back kick to the gut of Iron. Gargano then hoisted up Gargano for a powerbomb, the same manuever that nearly costed Iron his life. With seemingly nothing left, Iron hit Gargano with three shots to the face, and delivered a code red to Gargano. Gregory Iron kept Gargano down for a three count, and the upset nobody expected, except maybe Iron himself, occured. Gregory Iron defeated Johnny Gargano.

Prohibition and Gargano chased Iron to the back, visciously attacking him. That is until Matt Cross made the save, with steel chair in hand.

"Dude, where's our car?!"-

Later on in the evening, "The Cut Throat Crew" seized the opportuity to avenge the lost they suffered at the hands of "V-2." As Virus and Virus Grande quietly slept in their lockerroom, Rackem and Rapier snuck in, covering them with a pirate flag. Using his trusty sword, Rufio grabbed the keys to V-2's ride, and took off. Virus and Virus Grande quickly realized what occured, and chased after the pirates. But they were too late, as the last image they saw was that of "The Cut Throat Crew" riding away in V-2's brand new mini-van. It is safe to say the fued these two teams has only just begun.

"M-Dogg 20" Matt Cross vs. "Fabulous" John McChesney-

Matt Cross and John McChesney were set to square off in what could of possibly been one of the best matches to come out of the Ohio area in quite sometime. McChesney has worked in TNA and WWE on several occasions, and Matt Cross starred on MTV's "Wrestling Society X." Needless to say, this had all the makings to be an instant classic. The match started quickly, with neither man getting a clear cut advantage. Dombrowski and Scott were enthralled by the confrontation, as were the fans in attendance. Unfortunatly, after roughly five minutes, we would not get a clear cut conclusion. Johnny Gargano and Josh Prohibition stormed the ring, hammering away on both McChesney and Matt Cross. The referee had no other choice but to throw the match out, ruling it a no-contest.

"M-Dogg" and McChesney were obviously furious, and wanted desperately to get their hands on Probo and Gargano. McChesney even went as far as saying he wanted them right there tonight! That was not in the cards, however, as the show was out of time. As the cocky Prohibition and Gargano fled, Matt Cross and John McChesney stood out around the ringside area, pacing among themselves. The show came to a close with chants of "LET THEM FIGHT! LET THEM FIGHT!" from the crowd.

It was a shame the main event for the first edition of PWO on STO had to end the way it did. McChesney and Cross were anxious to compete amongst each other, but now they are focused on getting their chance at Josh Prohibition and Johnny Gargano. Will PWO management grant them that chance? There is only one way to find out, and that's by checking out the brand new episode of Pro Wrestling Ohio when it debuts on November 17th.


PWO returns with an ALL NEW episode of PWO TV the week of November 17!

For more information on Pro Wrestling Ohio and PWO TV, please visit



10.20.07 - Starting A Riot

The New Lakes in Regency Park Civic Center - Port Richey, FL

FIP Florida Heritage Title Match: Erick Stevens def. Bruce Santee.

After the match Ron Niemi stood up from the announcers position and headed to the ring with former members of Niemi's 911 Inc. and offered Santee a spot in the New 911 Inc., after Santee gracefully declined they attacked Santee and left him laying in the middle of the ring.

Chasyn Rance and Mister Saint Laurent of Team Vision def. Joshua Masters and Sedrick Strong of Delta Iota Kappa w/ Fetish after Kenny King interfered to gain the victory for Team Vision.

Four Way Fray: Jack Evans def. Jerrelle Clark, Jon Davis and Jaison Moore

Hardcore Match: Sideshow def. Ray Beez

Kenny King def. Eddie Taurus

Logan Fernandez vs. Demon Toro was thrown out after George Martell came out to introduce his monster Damballah who came out and destroyed the two competitors.

Scott Commodity & Austin Andretti of Club 305 w/ Amy Vitale def. The LifeGuards


World Wrestling Network presents

Pro Wrestling Riot "Reload", November 16, 2007 - Bell Time 8:00 PM

The New Lakes in Regency Park Civic Center, 8330 Civic Drive - Port Richey, FL 34668

Tickets at the door: Adults $10 and Kids 13 and under $5

Tickets in advance: Adults $8 and Kids 13 and under $4

To purchase advance tickets visit  

Bruce Santee vs. a member of 911 Inc.

FIP Florida Heritage Title Match: Erick Stevens vs. Ray Beez

Eddie Taurus vs. Kory Chavis

Rematch - Amy Vitale banned from ringside: Club 305 vs. The Lifeguards

Jon Davis vs. Jaison Moore

Also appearing: Delta Iota Kappa, Team Vision, Sideshow, and many more!

Pro Wrestling Riot is sponsored by: Beef O'Brady's of Hudson, Family Fitness Centers and The Brass Flamingo



In response to the recent changes for Firestorm , here is the updated card for the Sunday December 9 event at The ECPW Arena on 87A North Beverwyck Road in Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey starting at 3pm.


Commissioner Necro Butcher takes on the former 2 time ECW Champion Sabu in a No Disqualification Match

TNA X Division Champion "Black Machismo" goes one on one against Ruckus

Wrestling Society X's The Filth And The Fury collide for the first time ever as M-Dogg 20 faces off against Teddy Hart  (M-Dogg 20 is injured – see injury notes above)

Wrestling Legend "Dr Death" Steve Williams locks up with rising star "The Cold Hearted Playa" Danny Demanto

In a battle of technical masters; Davey Richards faces off against Canada's Kenny Omega

The Backseat Boyz return to tag team action to face off against long time foes The Notorious Inc - Drew Blood and Devon Moore

Former ECW Champion Justin Credible squares off against former WWE developmental standout "2 Cocky" Kevin Matthews

As a result of the 4 on 4 Survivor Match being pulled ... Blkout team captain Eddie Kingston is now part of a four way elimination match along with 3/4 of Team Mack; Monsta Mack, Drake Younger, and Lowlife Louie Ramos

Lightweight standout Bandido Jr makes his PWS debut against the brutal Paul E Normus

Plus a 3 Way Dance between The Zombie, Malta The Damager, and The Voice.  Rocksha was originally booked to take part in this match , however has gone MIA. If "The Omen" Rocksha will ressurect before December 9 is anyone's guess.

And also Julio Dinero offers another addition of The Naked Truth with special guest Foxxy Foxxy!

Tickets are on sale now by visiting




Blue Meanie & Bosom Buddies def. Hellfire & Hoodiez

Gangrel def. Justice Pain

All Money Is Legal def. Angus Brothers

Eddie Kingston def. ZBARR w/ Sunny

The Sandman wins Battle Royal

JC Ryder def. Lucky

Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart def. Helter Skelter

Trent Acid def. Scotty 2 Hotty

Too Cold Scorpio def. Devon Moore to become PWU World Heavyweight Champion



PWU World Heavyweight Title Match: champion Too Cold Scorpio vs. Joey Matthews

PWU Tag Titles Match: champions Bosom Buddies (Teddy Fine/Drew Blood) vs. All Money Is Legal (K-Murda/K-Pusha)

PWU TV Title Tournament Match (Second Round): Trent Acid vs. Devon Moore

Ian Rotten's Farewell Match at the New Alhambra Arena vs. Mickie Knuckles

Helter Skelter vs. Killer Kowalski, Jr.

Darth Vader and the 501st Stormtrooper Legion

Also featuring Gangrel, Sunny, Justice Pain, Z-Barr, John House, Nate Stein, Eric Garguilo, Dan “The Phan” Cowhey, Jake Black, & More


PWU Pro Shop at 

Ontario Street Comics, 2235 Ontario ST, Philadelphia, PA, 215-288-7338

New Alhambra Arena (Day of Event), 7 Ritner ST, Philadelphia, PA


Comcast Philadelphia: Channel 66

Comcast Lower Marion/Main Line: Channel 98 

For PWU merchandise, news, and the latest event info, visit





Viktor Tadlock beat Jerome Daniels

Brett Idol beat James Johnson to retain the PCW Television Title

Franco D'Angelo beat Brandon Collins in a Number One Contender's Qualifier Match

Mike Foxx & Claudia beat Mace Malone & Athena

Action Jackson beat Nobe Bryant to retain the PCW Heavyweight Title


The card was taped for the forthcoming TLC series "Rough House".

PCW personality Antonio and the PCW Knockouts opened the show, followed by Ring Announcer Travis Baxter, who introduced the TV commentary team of Rob Moore & Kody Kox.


VIKTOR TADLOCK beat "FLAWLESS" JEROME DANIELS with a Sunset Flip after Referee Travis Trueborne knocked Daniels' hands off the ropes.

Mike Foxx and the women of his Faithful, Katie Angel & Claudia, came out. Foxx said he was done with PCW World Heavyweight Champion Action Jackson, turning his attention to Mace Malone and loudly and belligerently reminding fans that he and Claudia, who were to face Malone & Athena later in the night, are former PCW World Tag Team Champions, having beaten the Dark Circle and other outstanding teams.


Champion BRETT IDOL (w/ Thomas, Chris, Steven & Larry Bussey) beat "HUNK FOR HIRE" JIGGLE-O JAMES JOHNSON with the Idolizer to retain the belt

The Busseys tried to cause problems for Johnson, but it seemed Johnson was getting the upper hand on them, first giving Thomas and Chris a double drop toehold into the second rope and following that with a double Climax Kick. Johnson then nearly took Chris' head off with a Superkick, but Idol took advantage of the distraction and hit his Idolizer for the win. The Busseys carried Idol to the back on their shoulders in victory.

Nobe Bryant came out and said it would have been him and Mike Foxx tearing the house down in the TLC Match last week if not for Mace Malone screwing him out of the tournament in the first round. Bryant badmouthed champion Action Jackson until Jackson ran out, forcing Bryant to leave the ring. Jackson promised to whip Bryant in their title match later in the night.


"The BEAST" FRANCO D'ANGELO beat "The EXPERT" BRANDON COLLINS with the Decapitator to advance to the Number One Contender's Match next week

D'Angelo, as he usually does, overpowered the more technically-gifted Collins and dropped him in the Decapitator to win. Next week's other qualifier match will be D'Angelo's Dark Circle partner, Apocalypse, against Robert Evans. Evans came out and said he would beat Apocalypse and then beat D'Angelo to get the next World Title shot. For emphasis, Evans did a quick calculation on a graphic calculator, saying it gave him an answer of 1, meaning he would become the Number One Contender.

The Busseys and Brett Idol came out, and, as they always do, the Busseys demanded respect. They talked about next week's Heroes II Legends card and the fact that Lifetime Achievement Awards will be presented to Skip Young and the late Bronko Lubich. But, they said that the person who REALLY should be honored is their friend, Idol. Shadow interrupted the proceedings, and everyone bailed out of the ring except Thomas, who thought his brothers and Idol were backing him up. Thomas threw his shoes at Shadow's chest, and they just bounced off. Shadow said "BOO!" and Thomas scampered out of the ring. Shadow then made a challenge to Idol for his TV Title next week at H2L.



In this match, the men could face the women. This had some ugly possibilities, and Foxx & Claudia made every effort to have Foxx in the ring against Athena. She fought back, though, with the help of Malone. As the men fought outside the ring, Claudia hit the Claudia Stunner on Athena and got the 1-2-3. As Athena squared off against Claudia & Katie, Foxx was joined by Nobe Bryant in a beatdown of Malone. Mace's mentor, Action Jackson, ran out, and Foxx and Malone fought to the back while Jackson and Bryant scuffled. Referee Trueborne made the decision to ring the bell and go ahead and start the main event immediately.


Champion "TEXAS LEGEND" ACTION JACKSON beat "REAL DEAL" NOBE BRYANT with a Schoolboy Rollup to retain the belt

Bryant hit the Real Deal but couldn't pin Jackson, who came back with a Schoolboy to get the pin and keep the belt. However, Mike Foxx, who had said earlier in the night that he was going to leave Jackson alone, came out and, with the help of Bryant, smashed Jackson's left ankle inside a steel chair with a heavy weight plate. In the meantime, Foxx had closed the gate to the dressing room to keep wrestlers from helping Jackson. There was no help until Malone ran in from the front door of the arena, but the damage was done as Foxx, Bryant and the Faithful exited a side door and PCW staff unlocked the gate and let wrestlers come out to the ring. A stretcher was called for, but, as the wrestlers prepared to carry the injured Jackson to the back, Foxx and Bryant charged in one more time, attacked Jackson and left before anyone could grab hold of them. It was unknown how badly Jackson was hurt.


PCW Full Throttle's next show will be Heroes II Legends on Saturday, November 17 at PCW Arena in Arlington, Texas. There will be a Triple Threat match for the PCW World Cruiserweight Title with champion J.T. LaMotta, Jiggle-O James Johnson and former WWE superstar Daivari. Also, Brett Idol defends the PCW World Television Title against Shadow. Apocalypse meets Robert Evans in a Number One Contender's Qualifier Match, with the winner facing Franco D'Angelo later in the night. Mace Malone takes on Nobe Bryant, and PCW Lifetime Achievement Awards will be presented to "Sweet Brown Sugar" Skip Young and the family of the late Bronko Lubich.



WELCOME BACK RESULTS, November 2, 2007

Baker Street Bar in Cambridge played host to the last Steve Corino contest in the Pure Wrestling Association this Friday.

Rip Impact defeated El Militar De Paz by pinfall.

Paul Wright defeated Nick Paradise by pinfall.

Notorious TID defeated Rees Reynolds by submission.

George Terzis defeated Rico Montana by pinfall to retain the Pure Violence Title.

Lak Siddartha defeated Joey Allen, David Ducker & Twitch Wood in a fatal 4-way. The match ended when Siddartha pinned Wood.

Eddie Osbourne tried to get Steve Corino to wrestle Father Blob, but Corino refused. Osbourne then revealed that he was joking.

Steve Corino defeated Eddie Osbourne by disqualification. Osbourne was disqualified because Ricky Reyes interfered. After the match, Reyes & Osbourne assaulted Corino until Reggie Marley made the save.

Steve Corino & Reggie Marley defeated Eddie Osbourne & Ricky Reyes. The match ended when Marley pinned Osbourne. After the match, Father Blob splashed Osbourne multiple times.


November 16th, 2007 - 8 PM, Club Social, Welland, Ontario, Canada

Rip Impact vs. Phil Latio

Danyah vs. Jennifer Blake

Phil Atlas vs. Gabe Saint

The Ring Crew Express vs. The Italianos

November 16th, 2007 - 8 PM, Elements Night Club, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

Flaming Tables Match:

Cade Von Dutch & Warhed vs. The Flatliners

Elian Habanero vs. Sean Ball

Amy Victory vs. Jodi O'Mile

Reggie Marley vs. Eddie Osbourne vs. Pepper Parks vs. Juan Ortiz vs.

Notorious TID vs. Rees Reynolds vs. ????

Lak Siddartha vs. ????

Paul Wright & Logan Savage vs. Loose Change

Rico Montana vs. George Terzis



WOMEN ATHLETES News for 11.12.07

Courtesy of the SHIMMER Yahoo Group 

Headlines:  New posed photo previews online!

Get 20%-25% off all SHIMMER DVDs until Thursday!

Cindy Rogers wins Women's Elite 8 Tournament!

Fan Questionnaire at the Forums! updates!

190 North segment now on the web!



Congratulations to Cindy Rogers on winning the 2007 WXW Women's Elite 8 Tournament this past Saturday in Coplay, PA. WXW, promoted by Afa The Wild Samoan, has made the Women's Elite 8 Tournament a yearly tradition for six years now. Cindy defeated Becky Bayless, Hailey Hatred, and ultimately Annie Social in the finals to win this year's edition of the tournament.


Eagles Club in Berwyn, IL on Saturday, October 13th, 2007 to film Volumes 15 & 16 of the DVD series. Here's what went down...

The first half of the taping consisted of matches taped for SHIMMER Volume 15.

1. "The Jezebel" EDEN BLACK def. AMBER O'NEAL via tap out with the Garden of Eden (triangle choke).


REBECCA BAYLESS conducted an interview backstage with ALEXA THATCHER, who said she wants to get her hands on ALICIA, who attacked Alexa's injured foot on Volume 13, but Alicia is nowhere to be found so it will have to wait. Bayless pointed out Alexa's opponent for the night is CHEERLEADER MELISSA, and Thatcher said she is going to give it all she's got against Melissa to pull off the win.

3. JETTA def. SERENA DEEB with a stranglehold lungblower turned over into a stranglehold submission.

REBECCA BAYLESS conducted an in-ring interview with ALLISON DANGER, who said she's trying to set aside her recent losses against CINDY ROGERS and focus on going after the SHIMMER Championship. Rogers interrupted the interview and wound up attacking Danger. A referee slid into the ring as they fought, and called for the bell to make it a match.

4. ALLISON DANGER def. CINDY ROGERS with the Old School Expulsion.

5. "The Minnesota Home Wrecking Crew" LACEY & RAIN def. PORTUGUESE PRINCESS ARIEL & JOSIE with a double team tomikaze.

Backstage, MsCHIF & DAFFNEY cut a promo about how THE EXPERIENCE want a rematch from the tag bout on Volume 12, but after attacking Daffney in Florida on Volume 14, this time they'll have to deal with Daffney as MsChif's partner, as she is out for revenge.

6. CHEERLEADER MELISSA def. ALEXA THATCHER following the Kudoh Driver.

7. "The Experience" LEXIE FYFE & MALIA HOSAKA def. "The Scream Queens" MsCHIF & DAFFNEY after hitting the double team gourdbuster on Daffney.

8. "Dark Angel" SARAH STOCK def. DAIZEE HAZE with a variaton of a victory roll to earn #1 contendership, and get a title shot against the winner of Del Rey/Kong on Volume 16.

After the match in the locker room SARAH STOCK said that she doesn't care whether it's SARA DEL REY or AMAZING KONG that she has to face for the championship on Volume 16. Stock proclaimed that she is the best wrestler in the company, and she will become the new champion on Volume 16.

9. "American Angel" SARA DEL REY def. AMAZING KONG to retain the SHIMMER Championship. The closing moments of the match saw both women drained of energy from the brutal fight, resulting in the referee administering a series of ten counts, only for both women to struggle back to their feet and continue to fight each time. Finally Del Rey hit the Royal Butterfly on Kong, but was too exhausted to go for the cover. Del Rey beat Kong to her feet during the ensuing ten count and was awarded the victory.

During a post-match interview in the locker room, AMAZING KONG stated that SARA DEL REY may have technically won the match, but she did not pin her or make her submit. Kong said "I'll see you again real soon," and that it's just a matter of time before the title is hers in a rematch.

Following intermission, matches were taped for SHIMMER Volume 16.

In a locker room interview, PORTIA PEREZ & NICOLE MATTHEWS boasted of being on an "undefeated streak" in SHIMMER tag team competition, and how they will continue in the great tradition of the Harts and Rougeaus as a Canadian tag team force in pro wrestling, because they're "frickin' awesome."

1. LORELEI LEE def. AMBER O'NEAL with an Oklahoma roll.

2. PORTUGUESE PRINCESS ARIEL & JOSIE def. PORTIA PEREZ & NICOLE MATTHEWS with a double team blockbuster (Ariel held Matthews up as Josie came off the turnbuckles with a blockbuster).

3. ALEXA THATCHER def. ASHLEY LANE with her signature face kick.

REBECCA BAYLESS interviewed LACEY & RAIN in the locker room, asking for them to reveal their tag team partner to take on the team of DAIZEE HAZE & MsCHIF & "The Jezebel" EDEN BLACK later in the evening. The Home Wreckers then welcomed JETTA into the fold as "The cream of their Oreo," and an honorary Home Wrecker, while pointing out Jetta's history against all three of their opponents in Europe.

4. "The Experience" LEXIE FYFE & MALIA HOSAKA def. ALLISON DANGER & SERENA DEEB following the double team gourdbuster on Serena.

5. CINDY ROGERS def. DAFFNEY via submission with the TCB, after targeting Daffney's knee, which was re-injured early in the bout.

6. DAIZEE HAZE & MsCHIF & "The Jezebel" EDEN BLACK def. "The Minnesota Home Wrecking Crew" LACEY & RAIN & JETTA in roughly 25 minutes when Daizee pinned Jetta following the heart punch/Yakuza kick combo.

7. AMAZING KONG def. CHEERLEADER MELISSA after the Amazing Press.

8. "American Angel" SARA DEL REY def. "Dark Angel" SARAH STOCK two falls to one in a two out of three falls match to retain the SHIMMER Championship.


SHIMMER will now spend the winter months releasing the DVDs that have been filmed this year, before returning to tape new DVDs in the spring. Due to the unpredictability of the winter weather and SHIMMER's reliance on smooth airline travel to bring all of the talent in for each taping, this will become a regular part of SHIMMER's schedule, where we will film DVDs from the spring through fall, and take a hiatus from live events during the winter.



First Annual Pro Wrestling for Lung Cancer Results Friday, November 2, 2007 Bell Time 7:47 PM

Mansfield SportsPlex, Mansfield, MA

Showcase Pro Wrestling and Lung Cancer Alliance raised over $1063 from this event.

Announcer: JC Marxx

Referee: Zac C, Tom P., Brain B.

Positive Charge Dance Studio started off the pre show with a dance routine that featured For Real Hip-Hop - Break Dancing- Jazz and Acrobatics.

National Anthem was sung by Ashleigh from Cumberland, RI

Matches of the Evening:

Chico Suave defeated David Cashee

"Sport Illustrated Superstar" Robbie Ellis pinned Iceberg

Mr. Wrestling IV loss to Kris Pyro

"School Boy" Derek with Ms/ Moore loss to Mckal Koloff

X-Rated was defeated by The Stroke

"Narcisstic" Nicholas Night pinned The Kreeper

Onix defeats "The Punisher" Don Vega via DQ


November 17th- Mill Street Brews, Southbridge, MA

December 8th- Firefighter Memorial Hall, Newbury, MA-

Partial Benefit to

Newbury Fire Department 



Southern Extreme Championship Wrestling 11/11 Villa Rica, GA report

SECW debuted on the Fourth of July, and they’ve weekly at the Tri County Plaza ever since. Crowds have been in the range of 200-300. Last night’s show drew at the low end of that range. A show featuring an appearance by Mr. Wrestling II put 375 in the building.

SECW uses a diverse array of indie talent with a few grizzled veterans and legend types to spice things up. The young guys learn from the vets and vice versa. “Nightmare” Ted Allen is doing something right with the booking, because the crowd was into the characters. It was a comfortable mix of comedy, wrestling and brawling. And at least last night, the finishes all worked.

The strip mall venue has a nice feel to it despite the low ceiling and the horrible fluorescent lighting. Bad lighting is a pet peeve of mine. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just halfway decent contrast between the ring and crowd. After all, there’s supposed to be something special about what’s happening in the ring.

SECW Owner Scott East got the evening underway by honoring the veterans in attendance. East shares a couple of key traits with Georgia’s most successful promoter, Jerry Palmer at NWA Anarchy. East is a man of the people – and a man who is comfortable with a microphone in his hand.

(1) J-Rod pinned Kyle Matthews at 12:12 after East added 3 more minutes to their 10 minute draw. An entertaining opener, largely because of J-Rod’s engaging personality. He’s improved like 1000% since his early days under the tutelage of Jerry Oates. J-Rod cut promo that was spot on for these fans where he challenged anyone in the crowd. Matthews is a talented guy in his own right. His work in NWA Anarchy speaks for itself. Good back and forth action. J-Rod roughed Matthews up and used a hammerlock slam. They traded stinging chops. Mathews worked the arm. J-Rod catapulted Matthews into the bottom turnbuckle for one near fall and hit a bulldog for another. Matthews nailed J-Rod with his specialty, the absolute best 170 pound dropkick on the planet. They went back and forth in the final minute, although not with the sense of urgency the situation called for. The fans chanted for five more minutes. East said he would give them three. Matthews was all over J-Rod, who clung to the ropes like a Koala bear. Matthews mounted the ropes and delivered the 10 punches. With the final seconds ticking away (East was shaving time), Matthews went for a repeat. Not the most logical thing to do. In any case, it backfired and J-Rod scored the pin with his feet on the ropes.

(2) Cru Jones beat Billy Knight in 9:28. This was only going to be as good as Jones and his arrogant dick persona (complete with matching major league physique) could make it. Jones was hilarious. You’ve got to love a guy that pauses to adjust the thermostat on his way to the ring. Jones had added a video camera to his gimmick. Athletically speaking, Knight is the pits. The confederate flag on his trunks wasn’t enough to get the fans behind him. Jones was way cooler. Jones was toying with Knight. Jones used a bearhug to wear him down. Jones got into it with lady at ringside, and sold like the stench of her breath was about to knock him out. Knight got his comeback. Jones dropped him with a neckbreaker for the 1-2-3.

Intermission. Joyce Grable, a women’s wrestler from the 70s and 80s, was doing autographs as was Tommy Rich. It was a really nice moment when Grable and Rich met up. I’ll post Grable’s thoughts on the death of Fabulous Moolah later in the week.

(3) Adrian Hawkins beat Frankie Valentine via DQ in 9:28. These guys have been feuding. I’m used to seeing Valentine as a babyface at GCW. I like him way better as a heel. The half crazy quality works for me. They recently did an angle here where Valentine and J-Rod ended up wrestling in dresses for three weeks. Good intensity from both wrestlers and the crowd got into it. Hawkins used crisp armdrags to set up a short arm scissors. Valentine got his trademark bloody nose. Hawkins knocked Valentine off the apron with a springboard dropkick. Valentine pulled Hawkins out, but Hawkins fired up with an X-Factor and a springboard back elbow for near falls. Valentine managed to snap Hawkins’ neck off the top rope. He clocked Hawkins with a chain, stuck it in his mouth, and covered for the three count. Tommy Rich hit the ring. He made Valentine cough up the chain with a modified Heimlich maneuver. Classic stuff. That was all the evidence referee Randy Ray needed for the DQ. Billy Love attacked Rich. Chick Dononvan and Scotty Blaze ran out. East added Hawkins and Valentine and made it a six man.

(4) Tommy Rich & Scotty Blaze & Hawkins beat Chick Donovan & Billy Love & Valentine in in 14:49. Super heat with the crowd chanting for Rich. The deal was that Donovan wants no part of Rich, so Rich forced Love to tag Donovan in. They both seemed to be inspired by the crowd reaction. Everyone worked hard here. Rich popped Valentine in his busted nose. Blaze hit a split-legged moonsault and Love had to make the save. Heat on Hawkins. Donovan put Hawkins down with a short arm clothesline and Rich made the save. When Valentine ate a boot coming off the top, the heat for the hot tag to Rich was insane. Six-way action ensued. The babyface trio sent the heels into a three-way collision and Rich rolled Love up. The crowd went nuts for the finish.

The heels argued. Rich called it Mutiny on the Bounty. Rich said he wanted a six-man elimination so all three of them could stomp a mudhole in Donovan.

(5) Bull Buchanan and Bulldog Raines went to a double count out (14:45). Buchanan retained the SECW Title. Buchanan is the man in this area. He holds both the SECW and the GCW titles. Raines looks the same as he did in NWA Wildside. Your basic brawl. Raines stalled a lot. Buchanan collapsed Raines with a corner lariat and went after his eyes. A series of headbutts by Raines left both men down. On the comeback, Buchanan gave Raines a big furry boot and hit an axe kick, but Raines got a foot under the ropes. Raines pulled out the powder. Buchanan ducked the ref got a face full. Raines then used a chain on Buchanan but no ref to count. Raines and Buchanan brawled all over the place. Buchanan posted Raines and whacked him with a chair. Ray finally counted them out.

“This thing between you and I ain’t over by a damn sight,“ said Buchanan.

Buchanan challenged Raines to a lumberjack match next week. East made the match. Raines said East was against him. He claimed the powder and the chain were Buchanan’s doing. Raines asked for a dog collar match. Buchanan accepted. They brawled their way to the back. The people were hot for this and will no doubt be back next week.

NOTES: A. J. Steele from GCW debuts next week and there’s also a women’s match on the card: Fantasy vs. Stefanie Starr. When All Star Championship Wrestling cancelled their 11/8 show in nearby Carrollton just 3 days prior to the event, owner Rock Parsons made an internet post indirectly accusing rival promoters of tearing down a large percentage of his posters. East indicated that businesses in Carrollton are down on posters in general, and SECW has also encountered difficulty with keeping their posters up.

Villa Rica, GA, on November 4: Kyle Matthews over Tony Black;

the Regular Guys over Bruce Biggins & Todd Zane by disqualification;

Frankie Valentine over Adrian Hawkins; Cru Jones & the Super Destroyer over Scotty Blaze & the Nightmare;

Bull Buchanan over Bulldog Raines to win the SECW Heavyweight Title.

No attendance was reported for this card.

Josh Stone was credited as being a referee.

Buchanan substituted for Tommy Rich.

Our reports say nothing regarding an explanation, if any, why Rich wasn’t in the match.

Villa Rica, GA, on November 11:

J-Rod over Kyle Matthews;

Cru Jones over Billy Knight;

Adrian Hawkins over Frankie Valentine by disqualification;

Tommy Rich, Scotty Blaze & Adrian Hawkins over Frankie Valentine, Billy Love & Chick Donovan;

SECW Heavyweight Champion Bull Buchanan and Bulldog Raines were both counted out in a title match.

Randy Ray was credited as being a referee for this card.


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It WASN'T me it was The Bouncer!  By Oliver Newman

Date: Wednesday 31st October 2007  Time: 7:45pm  Attendance: 40  Price: £5

Location: West Bromwich Labour Club, Sandwell Rd, West Bromwich, West Midlands.

The Death-Master welcomes the crowd to SWWA.

Tucker vs. TGR

Lock up starts the contest, TGR pushes Tucker off to chants of "TGR, TGR", the same thing happens again. This time Tucker rolls out of the ring and the chase is on, Tucker boots TGR as he re-enters the ring and exchanges chops with him before TGR hits Tucker with a sling-shot suplex. Tucker complains that TGR "Is touching my ass" Tucker fires back with punches and suplexes TGR for a two count. TGR returns with an atomic drop/Manhattan drop combination. Powerbomb by Tucker "Guess who's back, back again, Tucker's back tell your gay friends!" gloats Tucker. Tucker distracts the referee and low-blows TGR quickly following with a Scissors Kick. Tucker climbs to the top rope but is crotched by TGR, Tucker pushes TGR off but misses with a Frog Splash. TGR hit's a couple of knees to Tucker's back and connects with The Flatliner for the 1, 2 and 3. TGR then tells Tucker "Get out of my ring!"

Match Time: 9 minutes  Winner: TGR

My Thoughts: That was a good back and forth match. Tucker looked impressive in both his jawing with the fans and wrestling ability, TGR performed adequately well also. Mixture of comedy and wrestling made for an enjoyable match and was the exact perfect way for SWWA to start this show.

SWWA Hall of Fame

Commissioner TGR then introduces Bodycount! The fans clap, microphone problems occur so the wrestlers decide to shout! Bodycount is asked a series of questions:

Where are you from? Walsall.

Bodycount then talks about career ending after a torn shoulder 5 years ago.

Who is the Best SWWA Superstar? The Bouncer

Are you returning to SWWA? Before Bodycount can answer BBS interrupts. "I have no beef with you, I'm out here to talk to you about Poison" Poison interrupts, with him and Bodycount shaking hands. Poison says "BBS is an opportunist and it was his Back-cracker that floored me last month" BBS protests his innocence "It wasn't me, it was the Bouncer" Poison and BBS want to fight but TGR and Bodycount break them up. TGR makes Bodycount the Special Guest Referee for BBS vs. Poison later. BBS leaves "I'll prove you wrong!" he shouts at Poison.

My Thoughts: That was a good segment! I went in unaware of Bodycount (I left having found out more about him), I didn't know about tension between BBS and Poison (but now I know why there is tension between them). Bodycount as Guest Referee adds an interesting dynamic to BBS vs. Poison and I look forward to seeing what happens when all 3 men are in one ring!

Jay Icon vs. Axel Adams

The fans chant "Gay Icon" at Icon as he enters the ring. "If you keep calling me gay I won't wrestle" retorts Icon. Icon gets the best of the lockup and turns it into a headlock takeover and transitions into a wristlock. Test of strength is called for and once again Icon drops Adams, the fans chant "Axel, Axel" Axel reverses out of a headlock to get to the ropes. Icon hilariously claims Adams was pulling his hair (when he is bald!). Axel attempts a clothesline but it is reversed into a high knee by Icon, who quickly follows up with a spinning heel kick for a two count. "Long haired freak" shouts Icon, TGR makes his way to the ring and in the process distracts Icon who is rolled up by Adams for the 1, 2 and 3. TGR and Icon square off after the match.

Match Time: 26 minutes  Winner: Axel Adams

My Thoughts:  That was a good match. Adams and Icon worked well against each other and it produced a good match for the SWWA fans. Once again like the opening match it had a mixture of comedy and wrestling and that worked effectively. The match though went too long though (26 minutes for a mid-card match is too much), this match would have been better had it shaved 10-11 minutes off so it was down to 15 minutes.

The Emotional Express (Tommy White & Steve Valentino) vs. The Clarke Foundation (Matt/Mark Clarke)

T.C.F. start the match fast by giving T.E.E. a double hip-toss and a double noggin knocker. Valentino ends T.C.F.'s offence with a trip on Mark and with a knee drives him to the outside. Mark spits at Valentino as Matt distracts the referee "He fell" protests White, the crowd chant "½ inch willy" at Valentino. Valentino tags in White who connects with a corner clothesline and chops before tagging Valentino back in again. Matt hits White with a leg drop but Valentino breaks it up. Matt follows up with a running DDT for another two count. A Head-scissors by Mark takes Valentino out of the ring, fireman's roll by Matt followed by a Senton of the top rope is enough for the 1, 2 and 3. The SWWA fans clap as The Clarke Foundation pose, The Emotional Express break into tears "He hurt my face!" the crowd give them a sarcastic "awwwwwwwwwww" as they leave.

Match Time: 13 minutes  Winner: The Clarke Foundation

My Thoughts: That was a good tag match. The Clarke Foundation showed me a lot of intensity (which I hadn't seen before) and gel well as a tag team. The Emotional Express work well together and have good characters that the fans love to hate. Good job by all four men as they put forth a good old school tag that the SWWA fans seemed to enjoy.

Poison vs. British Born Steele w/Special Guest Referee Bodycount

Poison attacks BBS from behind, choking him with a chair and attempting to ram BBS's face into the steel steps but BBS reverses and its Poison who tastes the steel! BBS rolls Poison back in the ring and gets a quick two count. BBS follows up with a dropkick and another two count, a suplex and bulldog follow with both moves securing two counts. The crowd show their support for BBS with chants of "BBS, BBS". Poison reverses an Irish whip and connects with a clothesline. Northern lights/perfect-plex combination by BBS gets another two count. The follow up top rope splash misses, knee/bulldog combination by Poison allows him the advantage as he sets up for his TKO but BBS reverses into a Back-Cracker for the 1, 2 and 3. The fans clap for BBS as he leaves, BBS returns shortly after with a video camera (he shows Poison the footage) and the picks Poison up shaking hands with him. Poison takes the microphone "BBS you've proved yourself and as SWWA owner I'm making you No1 Contender for SWWA Championship" BBS thanks Poison and leaves.

Match Time: 9 minutes  Winner: British Born Steele

My Thoughts:  That was a very good match with a compelling storyline. I enjoyed the way BBS was all business trying to end the match as soon as he possibly could by attempting covers after a lot of moves in the early going and throughout the match. He knew deep down this match shouldn't have taken place, as he was accused of something he didn't do. Poison performed well also and Bodycount called it right down the middle, I enjoyed the way BBS finally proved his innocence via the video camera. BBS vs. The Bouncer should be a good match in its own right, when it takes place. I would have given this match the 10-11 minutes (I would personally have shaven off of Adams vs. Icon) because with more time this match could have been great!


Hall Of Fame Induction

Poison calls Bodycount back out to the ring. Poison talks of how "It is an honour and privilege to call you a friend. We travelled all over the world (US, Dubai & Wales!} I'm looking for a tag partner! What do you say Poison & Bodycount as a Tag Team!? Bodycount and Poison shake hands.

My Thoughts: Well that worked as well, I have never seen Bodycount wrestle but I'm intrigued by his and Poison's teaming in SWWA and wonder what will the future be for them in SWWA. Good segment.

Carnage w/Bacardi vs. Shannon Hammer

"Chicken-Shit" shouts Carnage at Hammer, Hammer ducks under Carnage's attempted clothesline and slaps him on the back. Carnage takes over Hammer with a headlock, Hammer quickly reverses out and with a shoulder block knocks Carnage down. Carnage connects with a hip-toss, Japanese arm-drag and a leg lariat as the fans chant "Carnage, Carnage". Hammer leaves the ring and grabs Bacardi and uses her as a shield to cheap shot Carnage, Bacardi gets her own back by whipping Hammer. Hammer misses a Senton off the top rope "Carnage" chants once more from the crowd, Carnage double chops Hammer and then connects with a spine buster. Transitioning into The Sharpshooter "Tap" chant occurs directed towards Hammer, but Hammer manages to get to the ropes. Carnage uses the ropes for a power-bomb but that only manages a two count, Hammer hits back with a power-bomb of his own but with a follow up cross-body Carnage catches him and quickly connects with The Carnage-Bolt for the 1, 2 and 3.

Match Time: 11 minutes  Winner: Carnage

My Thoughts: That was a good match, much better performance from Carnage given the AWW match with Ronin a week earlier (proof that it was just a bad day for both men). Carnage summoned his cruiserweight powers in this match busting out a hurracanrana! Hammer's cockiness in the early going seemed to have cost him in the end, Bacardi did what all good managers do support their guy/girl and lead them to victory, and she also proved she is no pushover when confronted by Hammer. Good match!

SWWA Tag Titles

John Bull & Aphrodite vs. Mad Mike & Ronin ©

Ronin and Mike eat sweets and then lockup with each other! (With Ronin pushing Mike off). "She's a he she" chant directed at Aphrodite, Ronin and Dite square off but Ronin is way too tall so Dite can't lock up so she attempts a waist-lock and a headlock but she is thrown off so she decides to make the tag to Bull. "He's a she he" chant directed at Bull, Bull puts Ronin in a full nelson and then connects with a DDT, Dite kicks Ronin and that distracts Mike. Power-slam by Ronin on Dite but Bull breaks it up leading to Bull and Ronin fighting. Mike locks in the cross-face but that is all broken up, Bull comes back with a spear. Carnage and Bacardi interfere as the referee is down, Bacardi hits a number of forearms on Dite and follows up with a face-buster allowing Mike to get the 1, 2 and 3. Mike takes Dite's head and shoves it into Ronin's ass, as the fans clap and cheer.

Match Time: 11 minutes  Winner and STILL SWWA Tag Champions: Mad Mike & Ronin

My Thoughts: That was a good comedy tag match, some of the wrestling was mis-timed but on the whole didn't really detract from the match. Mike & Ronin's lockup at the beginning was a laugh out loud moment! Aphrodite looked ok in the exchanges she had with both men, but I still want to see her wrestle a woman before I can give a fair assessment of her wrestling skills. Bull performed well and all in all it was an enjoyable comedy tag match.

SWWA Championship

Brandon Thomas vs. The Bouncer w/The Boss ©

Lockup which Thomas gets the best of and applies a wristlock to Bouncer, but Bouncer manages to reach the ropes. Thomas applies another wrist-lock and swings Bouncer around and to the mat. Thomas locks in the fujiwara armbar "Break his arm" chant the fans, Bouncer escapes via a low blow to Thomas. Bouncer uses his fist and knee to scrape against Thomas and follows up with a side slam for a two count. Thomas rallies and returns with a swinging slam and an elbow drop but Boss distracts him, Bouncer pushes Thomas back into the corner and follows up with a Northern lariat "How dare you touch The Boss" Bouncer attempts to lift Thomas but he can't and falls to the mat with Thomas on top 1, 2 and 3! NEW CHAMPION……well not quite although the fans saw Boss miss putting Bouncer's foot on the ropes the ref didn't see it so the match is restarted. Bouncer is able to pick up Thomas this time and connects with his F-5 for the 1, 2 and 3. Thomas berates the ref as the fans boo Bouncer.

Match Time: 13 minutes  Winner and STILL SWWA Champion: The Bouncer

My Thoughts: That was a good main event, and a good way to end the show! Bouncer and Thomas put forth two equally good performances and it made for a good match-up. Bouncer is a lucky man though (his foot was clearly not on the ropes), and with that Thomas has a definite cause for a rematch. One that I'm sure he will take up at some point down the line in SWWA.

Overall Thoughts: TGR and Tucker opened the show with a good back and forth match, Hall Of Fame segments worked well, Adams vs. Icon was good although a bit long. Clarke Foundation vs. Emotional Express was a good solid tag team affair, BBS vs. Poison was my match of the night as it encapsulated everything wrestling needs (good wrestling, intensity, a good storyline and definitive conclusion). Carnage vs. Hammer was another good match with intensity and cruiserweight Carnage! SWWA Tag Title match was good, based on the comedy involved and Bouncer vs. Thomas was a good way to end the show and screw job like finish should lead to a rematch, which I would like to see. SWWA has the potential to be a good promotion (in their own right) if they can just put wrongs (which I have discussed in the report) right.

Match of the Night:

British Born Steele vs. Poison

Live Show of the Month:

1PW 2nd Year Anniversary

Live Match of the Month:

45 Minute Iron Man Match for 1PW Openweight Title

Nigel McGuinness vs. Darren Burridge ©

Wrestler of the Month:

Marcus Kool

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December 5, 2007, Seasons Beatings

West Bromwich Labour Club

SWWA Heavyweight Championship Match: Bouncer vs BBS

Hybrid Championship match: Latz issues an open challenge.

Brandon Thomas vs Tucker

Tag Team Championship Match: Jimmy Casino/Jay Icon vs Mad Mike/Ronin

Tag Title No1 contender match: The Metal Militia vs The

Clarke Foundation vs The Hunter Brothers

Carnage w/ Bacardi vs John Bull w/ Aphrodite




October 26th:

Superfly Dan Myers beat Alex Plexis and Brandon VanDanielson

"The Model" Deryck Crosse beat RJ "Retch" Worthington

The Karachi Vice(Raj Singh and Gama Singh Jr) beat Evan "Carrot" Adams and Scotty Putty after Dan Myers attempted to get revenge on The Karachi Vice by interfering but accidently hit Evan Adams with a legdrop off the top rope allowing Gama Singh Jr to get the pinfall.

No DQ - International Tag Team Title Match:

The A-Team draw with The Funky Bunch in a very controversial finish which saw Michael Avery pin Phoenix Taylor and Marky Mark pin Dusty Adonis at the same time. This led to commissioner, Duke Durrango announcing the match a draw, holding up the International Tag Team Titles and ANNOUNCING A LADDER MATCH BETWEEN THE TWO TEAMS FOR NOVEMBER 16th!

British Commonwealth Midheavyweight Title Match:

Chucky "The BoyWonder" Blaze beat T-Bone by disqualification when Gama Singh Jr ran in to attack Chucky.Gama announced that he has set his sights on the British Commonwealth Midheavwyeight Title, saying that his father has held it more times than anyone else and he plans to bring it back to his family!

North American Heavyweight Title Match:

Ravenous Randy Myers beat Chris Steele by disqualification when Pete Wilson and RJ Worthington interfered. After the match Deryck Crosse saved Randy from a 3-on-1 beat down!


Stampede Wrestling

November 16th, 2007 - 7:30 PM

Bowness Sportsplex

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Ladder Match: The A-Team verses The Funky Bunch

Gama Singh Jr. verses Chucky Blaze

Also appearing will be Jimmy T.



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The Full Results, Wrestling Recap by Steven Hunter

TIWF Wrestling action November 3, 2007 from the True Force Arena ,

Jackson, Tennessee

Hello to all of the TIWF fans…Yes it has been quite a while but now I am back and let me tell you I picked the right time to come back to the TIWF. There is so much stuff going on. The crowds are getting larger and louder. The athletes are getting better…It is truly worth the cost to come to a TIWF show.

Well this Saturday night Hot Rod and Jon Seymour opened the show and who showed up but Big Jim Business. I found out about his 51% ownership in TIWF and how he wants to make some changes. He appeared to be upset that the show started without him so he ordered that from now on the TIWF wrestling show would not start without him being at ringside.

This of course infuriated Jon and Hot Rod (where has J C been?). However they persevered… His first item was to announce the retirement of Moondog Rex…he was asked to come out and all of the guys followed him to the ring. He thanked the fans and asked his biggest fan…his wife to come to the ring.

After he addressed the crowd and was about to leave then Jon had a surprise for him. He was inducted as the second member of the TIWF HALL OF FAME (the first member was Trey Keller). To see the Dog in tears moved us all. It showed that TIWF is a first class operation.

The first match was Wyked against Dr. Doom…as much as the good Dr. tried he could not withstand the onslaught of Wyked who pinned Dr. Doom in the center of the ring.

The next match was Buckwild Bill against the rookie J Smooth. Bill said that he was brought in by Big Jim Business…why?? The rookie showed some flashes of greatness but could not out last the veteran ring general Buckwild Bill. With a shoulder-breaker Buckwild Bill got the duke.

In an encounter that started off as a basic wrestling match the TIWF Television title match between Bib Boy Bob (the champ) and Chico Mendoza changed in the middle somewhat when Commissioner Jon Seymour came out and said that this match in honor of Moondog Rex and it would be a Moondog rules match, which means there are no rules and falls count anywhere. It ended up with Chico suffering a lacerated head and the TV belt. I bet they are parting in the barrio right now. Great match

Steven Rampage defeated Danny Be Goode with the help of Ravishing Randy and his golf club. Danny has demanded and will receive a rematch this week.

In a scientific match Sugar Shane fell to Lawman Williams. No fists or illegal tactics were used. The TIWF fans ate it up!! I was very impressed by these two great men. This match proves that it doesn’t take a lot of kicking punching and fancy-dan maneuvers to make a match interesting.

But the match that really impressed me was the TIWF Tag Team Championship match between unequivocally the best team in TIWF the New Breed of Perfection (Wildside and Way Cool) and the team of Black Thunder (Johnny Thunder and Dre’ Black). This match truly went back and forth…You could tell the New Breed was on their “A” game but it also seemed as though Black Thunder was “in the zone”. They were not to be denied.

Even when Ravishing Randy grabbed one of the tag belts from Hot Rod and attempted to use it, it did not work as after the 1,2,3 we had new Champions!!! The fans went totally nuts!!! Then the New Breed of Perfection along with Big Boy Bob and Steven Rampage went on a tear attempting to injure Black Thunder.

Commissioner Jon Seymour came out and ordered the Dynasty to stop their beat down or they would get suspended. The Bob and Rampage quit but the New Breed continued so they

were suspended for three weeks and fined. This did not bode well for the 51% owner Big Jim Business who was very unhappy as the show ended.

Another great night of wrestling. You really need to come out and see what the TIWF has to offer!!! I can’t wait till next week.

Biggest pops: Most Heat:Chico Mendoza Big Jim Business

Danny Be Goode Big Boy Bob

Attendance 112


TIWF True Force Arena each Saturday at 256 Gill Street in Jackson, Tennessee Bell time is 7:30 pm












November 16th, 2007 - 8:15 PM, National Guard Armory, Crossville, Tennessee, USA

Shane Williams vs. Jeff Anderson

John Justice vs. Edward Idol

Rip O'Kelly vs. Jonathan McMurry

The Death Row Inmates vs. 606

United Championship Wrestling

November 17th, 2007 - 8:15 PM

National Guard Armory, Maryville, Tennessee, USA

The Death Row Inmates vs. Travis Sawyer & Robbie Race

Jeff Anderson vs. Shane Williams

John Justice vs. Rokk

Keith Knox vs. Edward Idol

Also appearing will be Rip O'Kelly & Jonathan McMurry!




Brandon Blaze defeated The American Eagle after an interference by The Revolution (The Ironman Rob Conway & Sigmon) Blaze was announced the new member of the Revolution.

US TITLE MATCH: Shane Andrews (C) defeated Shawn Shultz

After losing his US TITLE MATCH Shawn Shultz threw a temper tantrum. Shultz proceeded to claim Andrews victory was a fluke and that Shultz deserved to have UCW gold around his waist. This brought out UCW Commissioner David Lanham. Lanham claimed that if he wanted gold so badly, he would have to earn a shot. Therefore to get his US TITLE rematch Shultz had to take an injured Ryan Dookies' place in the US TITLE NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH, and win the match.

US TITLE NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH: "Rockstar" Mike Jablonski defeated Shawn Shultz

(Jablonski will now challenge Shane Andrews for the US TITLE NOV. 10th at UCW REVOLUTION)


"Sexy" Sean Casey W/Samantha defeated "The Headliner" Chris Michaels (C)


The Maddox Bros. defeated The Revolution (Ironman Rob Conway & Sigmon)



McKinney, Kentucky November 10, 2007

JD Thunder won by pin over Mean Gene

Country Cuzzin' Jed and Lincoln Walker won by pin over The Masked Superstar and The Zodiac to become the NEW USWF Tag Team Champions

Kliff Hanger and Jay-Ten Lyons battled to a double count out

The team of Rated-X and Chris Choas took on "The Fat n' The Furious" (Jack Black and Vito Andretti) and went to a no contest

and in the main event loser leaves the USWF "Smooth" Johnny Spade lost by disqualification to The Masked Superstar however due to the dq neither wrestler will have to leave the USWF


Tickets on sale now for UWF Live events on Friday, Nov. 30 in Emporia and Saturday, Dec. 1 in South Boston, Va!

The lineup for Emporia has been announced!

"Showtime" Eric Young vs. Joey Silvia

Gail Kim & Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Daffney & "The Man Scout" Jake Manning

Sonjay Dutt vs. Elix Skipper

Team Macktion vs. David Young & Bull Buchanan

Joey Matthews vs. Samoa Joe

Ruckus vs. Caleb Konley vs. Charlie Dreamer

BREAKING NEWS: "The Monster" Abyss and D-Lo Brown have also been added to the card!

UWF Live returns to Virginia

UWF Live events will take place on Friday, November 30 at the Greensville County High School in Emporia, Va., and presented by Charles Boyd Ford. The following night, Saturday, December 1, UWF Live will be at the Halifax High School in South Boston, Va., sponsored by Boyd of South Hill.

Scheduled to appear include Samoa Joe, Sonjay Dutt, James Storm, "Showtime" Eric Young, Gail Kim, Scotty Too Hotty, and more!

Tickets go on sale Saturday, October 13 at 10:00am eastern time.




Viktor "Crusher" Volkov (of Sarov, Russia) finally returns to Australian action after overcoming injury. The man that C.J.Irwin beat to win the NSW Heavyweight Title in 2005 has returned with revenge on his mind.


UWF Stars took part in the recent show by new promotion PWX (Project

Wrestling X) at Wallsend, Newcastle:

M.H.Cydell (UWF) was beaten by Matt Wolf (PWX) after outside


Morbid (UWF) b Adam Lord (UWF) in possibly the best match of the

night. Kristy Steele (UWF), valeted for Adam Lord.

Luke Miller (UWF) took part in a tag match.

Australian Cruiserweight Champion Alex Ruddka (UWF) & The

Mexecutioner (UWF / MEW) did guest commentary).

A promising start for the new Newcastle based fed, with the best

matches of the night easily being: Wolf/Cydell, Morbid/Lord, and The



Sunday (18th

November 2007 at Merrylands RSL - 2pm):

The matches known so far are:

1. NSW Heavyeight Title - C.J.Irwin (Champion) (Australia) VS

Viktor "Crusher" Volkov (Russia)

2. Cruiserweight Match - Adam Lord (with Kristy Steele) VS Luke Miller

3. MMA Challenge - Kyle Seminoff VS Mikey Lord (with Natalie Garcia)

4. Heavyweight Grudge Match - Bruza VS Bane Youngblood

5. Women's Match - Aurora (with Kristy Steele) VS Amy Campbell (with

Natalie Garcia)

6. Heaveyweight Match - Greg Stekker VS Morbid (winner to face

Australian Champion Stephen Swann at Christmas Clash 16th December,

for a title shot)

7. Tag Match - Grydner & Alex Rudka (Australian Heavyweight Champ) VS

Kody Hoaia (New Zealand) & M.H.Cydell

BELFIELD RSL - SATURDAY 7pm - 1st December, 2007 (wrestling returns

to this once traditional venue for the first time in many years)

MERRYLANDS RSL - "Christmas Clash" - Sunday 16th December, 2007

MERRYLANDS RSL - Sunday 6th January, 2008 (2pm)

REGENTS PARK SPORTS CLUB - Saturday 19th January, 2008 (6-30pm)

There are 3 known remaining dates for this year, so don't miss

out. There are already 14 confirmed UWF dates in place for 2008, with

more TBA soon. Look out also for the Mytilenian Club (a former

traditional wrestling venue, formerly promoted by Sheik Wadi Ayoub &

Tony Kontellis in the glory days of Aussie wrestling), Canterbury in

March of 2008. We will post a full list of known dates and venues

soon (there are 17 confirmed UWF dates, plus UWF stars appearing

elsewhere around the country)



11/10 Hartford, KY results

Ryan Dookie defeated Lennox Lightfoot

*UCW US Championship Title Match

(C) Shane Andrews defeated Mike Jablonski to retain title

The Maddox Bros. and Mason Raige defeated CM Sigmon, Ryan Dookie and Shawn Shultz


*UCW Heavyweight Championship Title Match

(C) "Sexy" Sean Casey w/Samantha defeated Damian Adams to retain title

* Chris Michaels defeated former WCW Superstar Buff Bagwell

Ohio County Fairgrounds Hartford, Kentucky

Ryan Dookie defeated Lennox Lightfoot

*UCW US Championship Title Match

(C) Shane Andrews defeated Mike Jablonski to retain title

The Maddox Bros. and Mason Raige defeated CM Sigmon, Ryan Dookie and Shawn Shultz


*UCW Heavyweight Championship Title Match

(C) "Sexy" Sean Casey w/Samantha defeated Damian Adams to retain title

* Chris Michaels defeated former WCW Superstar Buff Bagwell


Universal Championship Wrestling returns to the Ohio County Fairgrounds in Hartford, Kentucky on Dec 1, 2007

So Far Announced:

*UCW US Championship Title Match

(C) Shane Andrews vs Damian Adams

Mason Raige vs Shawn Shultz

The Maddox Bros. vs Ryan Dookie and CM Sigmon

*UCW Heavyweight Championship Title Match

(C) "Sexy" Sean Casey w/Samantha vs Chris Michaels

*Card Subject To Change



Due to behavior UXW deems unfit for our shows, UXW has reversed the decision at 'To Hell and Back' in the Trent Acid vs Krazy K vs TJ Mack match. Due to this, 'Krazy K' Kirby Mack is still the X-Treme champion. Krazy K is looking forward to defending the title at UXW's 15th Anniversary show on January 26th.


JANUARY 26, 2008


The Central Florida Fairgrounds Pavilion, 4603 W. Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL

RAVEN RETURNS! Former UXW, ECW and NWA World Champion (hell, he's even been the WWE Hardcore champion 27 times) Raven returns to UXW January 26th. Raven is one of the most prolific wrestlers of the modern era, given credit for bringing a violent yet intelligent style to wrestling. He's considered wrestling's equivalent to a cult leader and has been able to get people to follow his path wherever he goes. His feuds with Tommy Dreamer and Chris Benoit are the stuff of legend and are two of the bloodiest, most violent feuds in wrestling history.

"THE TASKMASTER" KEVIN SULLIVAN Kevin Sullivan is one of the most prolific wrestlers of Florida history. A former follower of Satanism, he has feuded with the likes of Hulk Hogan, Dusty Rhodes, Chris Benoit, Blackjack Mulligan, Bugsy McGraw, Dory Funk and whoever else got in his way. He brought the anything goes all over the building hardcore match to the national forefront when he had an infamous match with Chris Benoit in WCW that went over an entire arena. Sullivan created the Varsity Club, the Dungeon of Doom, has been in the WWE, ECW and WCW, was in charge of WCW at one point and to this day still fights as if Satan himself has taken possession of him.

KEVIN SULLIVAN VS RAVEN! At UXW's debut Florida show "The Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan destroyed everyone and anything in his path. With his Hell's Rejects to support him, The Taskmaster wanted to make sure everybody knew that he hasn't lost a step and still can bring mayhem and destruction wherever he goes. Sullivan's ultimate move for dominance occurred right after Raven won the UXW World Title. Sullivan and his henchman brutally attacked Raven and left him in a pool of his own blood.

Ever since Raven has vowed revenge. Sullivan was someone that Raven looked up to and followed the career of his whole life. They both made names for themselves in Florida and both are masters of mind games.

Now they'll finally collide on January 26th at UXW's 15th Anniversary Show. Who will come out victorious? Will it matter who wins this battle or will it really matter who survives? This is a can't miss match for fans of old school wrestling and for the new generation raised on ECW and more violent wrestling.

THE RETURN OF THE 6 FT 5, 468 LBS KING KONG BUNDY. King Kong Bundy is the prototypical bad guy of wrestling. Huge, mean, angry. He's the type of guy that you can just look at and know that you've run into trouble. There's no argument about how tough and powerful he is when you look back and realize he's a man who has wrestled and hurt the likes of Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant, and the Undertaker. King Kong Bundy did what only the elite in wrestling have been able to do: wrestle Hulk Hogan, the biggest name in wrestling history, in the main event at Wrestlemania. Only a handful of people have ever been able to do that and one of those men, King Kong Bundy, will be at UXW January 26th.

NEW UXW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS DEMOLITION AX AND SMASH  Demolition is one of the most dominant tag teams of all time. They held the WWF World Tag Titles for a record 478 days. They've feuded with the Road Warriors, The British Bulldogs, Strike Force, the Colossal Connection (Andre the Giant and Haku) and more. They even beat the Colossal Connection at Wrestlemania VI to reclaim the titles they previous had held for over a year. They're back together again after 16 years apart and started back where they left off, dominanting tag teams and winning tag gold.

UXW SUPERSTARS RETURNING! MORE SHOWS IN 2008!  At this point UXW has proven that we didn't lose a step on the way from New York but that we've actually improved. Now 2008 is going to be a banner year for UXW with more shows and more exciting action.

We're already set to return January 26th at the Central Florida Fairgrounds for our 15th Anniversary Show. UXW superstars Raven, Demolition Ax and Smash, King Kong Bundy, "The Taskmaster" Kevin Sullivan, D'Lo Brown, Teddy Hart, Vordell Walker, "Krazy K" Kirby Mack, and more are already signed for this can't miss event. We haven't stopped there though.

March 29th. Wrestlemania weekend. The biggest wrestling event of the year is the next day.What goes great with wrestling? MORE WRESTLING!

UXW will be live once again at the Central Florida Fairgrounds for an afternoon show Wrestlemania weekend. Already signed for this event are Raven, Demolition Ax and Smash and the rest of the UXW roster. We've also been in close talks with several former WWE and WCW World Champions to appear.

This isn't going to be just your ordinary UXW event. As great as UXW always is we want to bring you an even more special event for the greatest weekend of wrestling of the entire year. We'll release more information as time grows closer to our March 29th event.


























Doors open at 7pm, Bell time is 8pm, Show location:

The Central Florida Fairgrounds Pavilion, 4603 W. Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL

Front Row Tickets $30, All Other Seats $20

To Order Tickets go to and make payments out to or visit the UXW web store at 

For Show Information Call The Central Florida Fairgrounds at 407-295-3247.



VCW Fall-Out Results

November 3rd, 2007 at 5:30PM

Seymour Snott defeated Tennessee Ernie Nord

The Hall Brothers retained the VCW Tag-Team Championships, beating Phil Brown and Malik

Dirty Sanchez pinned Chatch

Christian York (with Spencer Chestnutt) beat Brandon Day

The Geordie Bulldogs defeated Lance and J-Sin (The Set)

Krotch retained The Liberty Title, beating 6D6 via countout

Preston Quinn pinned John Kermon (with Spencer Chestnutt)

Mike Booth retained the VCW Heavyweight Championship beating Q-Sic in a Last Man Standing Match


December 22nd, VCW Pro Wrestling

Pembroke Bingo Hall, Virginia Beach, VA, 7:30pm




Vanguard Wrestling All-Star Alliance Crowning a Tag-Team

Orland Park Civic Center, Friday - November 9th 2007

Semi-Final Round

Thomas Sinclair and Lamar Titan vs. The Furies: Mitch Blake and Rick Walsh w/ Alpha Bitz

Winners:The Furies via Pin

Semi-Final Round

Team K.O.: Amazing Kuan and Ovirload vs. Soul Touchaz: Marshe Rockett and Willie "The Bomb" Richardson

Winners:Soul Touchaz via Pin

Grudge Match

Machine w/ Ratt J Flywheel vs. "Mad Dog" Ivan Manson

Winner:Ivan Manson via Pin

Akuma w/ Johnny Wild vs. Jordan Pryde

Winner:Akuma via Pin

Handi-Cap Match

"The Unholy One" Baltazar vs. Backwoods Brown and "The Indian Desperado" Squanto

Winner:Baltazar via Pin

VWAA Tag-Team Championship Finals

Soul Touchaz: Marshe Rockett and Willie "The Bomb" Richardson vs. The Furies: Mitch Blake and Rick Walsh w/ Alpha Bitz

Winners:New VWAA Tag Team Champions The Furies via Pin


11/17 - VWAA Industrial Studio

12/8 - VWAA Industrial Studio

12/15 - Calumet City



Douglasville, GA, on November 18 at El Oasis, with a bell time of 7:00 PM.

Email for more info.

Advertised: Nick Anderson & Ace Voleur versus the Hooligans.

Also scheduled to appear are Tex Monroe, Brandy Scotch Baker, Damien, Damon Tazz, Amien Rios, Danny Horne, Michael Cook, and more.



11/17/07             Saturday            

Mountainville Memorial Hall, South 4th StreetAllentown, PA

Doors open 6:30 Belltime 7:30

12/8/07             Saturday         

Mountainville Memorial Hall, South 4th Street Allentown,

PA Doors open 6:30 Belltime 7:30

12/15/07             Saturday         

Coplay Municipal Building, 98 South 4th Street Coplay, PA



New Albany, XCW Midwest, November 7, 2007

2 Tuff Tony and Cody Hawk fought to the Time Limit draw

L.T. Falk pinned Todd Morton

Bull Pain defeated J.C. Ice

Mitch Ryder defeated Jimmy Jacobs by disqualification

The Prophet defeated Chris Michaels

Main Event Chase Stevens defeated Shawn Shultz