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Indy News Bytes

November 21, 2007

by Sassy


As reported earlier this week, the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission has handed down its proposal of new regulations for professional wrestling in the state of Georgia. If put into effect, these rules would apply for not only Georgia-owned operations, but also those who are based elsewhere and run events inside the state. A public forum will be held on December 18 in Atlanta, GA, whereas anyone wishing to offer comments, provide input, or present valid reasons for consideration in regard to the new proposed regulations. Source:

Per the above story regarding the newly proposed regulations by the GAEC, and it appears they are serious about the enforcement if all of these policies are enacted, we believe it is safe to say that it marks the death of professional wrestling in Georgia. Although we support the need to have promotions running a safe business for the wrestlers and fans alike, we also feel some of what has been proposed would not only financially make it impossible for a local group to operate, but in addition, many of the items addressed would change the appeal of the event itself. We encourage all promoters of local wrestling to attend the meeting in December to present justification as to how the enactment of all items within this proposal is not only bad for your promotion, but also for the business itself.


Lince Dorado Update

Dr. Keith Lipinski - Monday, November 19 2007 - 2:03 PM


Hey Gang,

As most of you are well aware, Lince Dorado was knocked unconscious and lapsed into seizure while attempting a back splash on Mitch Ryder at tonight’s Chapter 11 card. He was taken a local Philadelphia hospital immediately thereafter, and we are pleased to report that after a CAT scan and a few hours to rest and gather himself, Lince was released just over an hour ago. While he has been diagnosed with a serious concussion, and is suffering some understandable stiffness in his back and neck, Lince was in good spirits on his way back to Hotel CHIKARA, and wants to thank everyone for their support and understanding after the injury. He will remain State-side for the next few days and make at least one more trip to be examined before he is cleared to return to Mexico.

We at CHIKARA would also like to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to the crowd tonight for their understanding in the matter, as all of you were truly first class in handling it, and made us even more proud to call you our fans. We promise that 2008 will see us make good on what we weren’t able to present tonight, and then some.

Thank you again,


(See CHIKARA Section for more information on Lince’s injury.)



Beefcake gives WWE the brush-off, By TIM BAINES - Ottawa Sun

Wrestling has changed a lot since Brutus (The Barber) Beefcake and his shears ruled the ring.

And it's not all for the good, says Ed Leslie, who still wrestles with his Barber gimmick, albeit in smaller venues. Beefcake doesn't see himself returning to WWE, where he found so much fame in a previous run.

"I'm not really down with their program," he said. "I'm from a different era, I don't fit into their mould.

"I came up with guys like Tito Santana, Greg (The Hammer) Valentine, Junkyard Dog and Hulk Hogan. And there are people who still like that (kind of wrestling). There was a simplicity. It was good guy versus bad guy. It wasn't a striptease show and there weren't people driving tractor trailers, running over guys.

"There weren't rehearsals before the show. We just went out and wrestled. We didn't have writers telling us what to say, we had our own characters. Some of (today's wrestlers) are robots."

The Barber, 50, has found inner peace. He's happy to be blessed with a 10-year-old daughter and wife. Happy to be working for a friend's pool business. Happy to still wrestle and meet fans. On Nov. 29, he'll wrestle at Calgary's Ogden Legion. On Nov. 30, he's in Edmonton at NAIT. (Tickets at

Basically, The Barber's happy to be alive -- especially since a parasailing accident 17 years ago.

"I shouldn't have survived. It was a miracle," he said. "I had no hope, but I beat the odds. There were a lot of things going through my head as I was lying in a hospital bed. I had eight titanium plates and 32 titanium screws in my head.

"My lifelong friend Hulk Hogan was there and took me in as one of his family. He helped me get back on my feet ... he brought me back to life. It was like a lightning bolt had hit me in the forehead. I was reborn and I never looked back."

ODB from OVW to TNA

ODB has formally signed a contract with Total Nonstop Action wrestling.  ODB is a former OVW Women’s Champion. Source:



No Regrets will be 1PW's first Doncaster Dome super-show of 2008. It is true that there is "no place like home," and the Doncaster Dome has been 1PW's home for over two years and eighteen Dome shows now.

It takes place on Friday, January 25, LIVE from the Doncaster Dome in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Doors open 5:30pm for a 6:30pm show start.

Tickets for this show, priced from £10.00 to £65.00 are on sale now.


1PW Ticket Line: 07956062980

Doncaster Dome box office: 01302 370777

Also via and  




Coca Cola ROYAL RUMBLE, 3rd December 2007

(House of Pain)

 Heavyweight Hardcore match

Shaun Koen takes on the Missing Link in this anything goes slugfest!

Coca Cola Royal Rumble

Watch African Warrior defends his title in the16-Man Coca Cola Royal Rumble!

Book now to avoid diappointment, these seats fill up fast!

Ticket Prices: Ringside: R60, Unreserved: R35, Book at 082 456-0792...

or get your tickets at the door!



Gym Wars – November 10, 2007

Brian Cage defeated Vennis DeMarco

EGO’s Derek Sanders w/Miss Payton defeated Dylan Drake

“Krazy” Brandon Bonham defeated Funnybone

The Pitbull Tito Aquino destroyed Charles Murcury

“The Lost Boy” Billy Blade defeated EGO’s Nate Rulez

MPT defeated Jeckles The Jester

Markus Riot won by DQ over Dana Lee when Tito Aquino interfered




NOV 17, 2007

Big Crowd saw the action Sat night as over 200 fan packed the Valiant Arena in Tuckerman Ar.

Opening match

Cugo vs JJ  -  Cujo by Pinfall

JJ made his debut in ASWF but came up on the losing end

 A Battle Royal was our 2nd. match of the evening

We had alot of workers from other area it came down to Wild Bill & Cody Murdock former partner with Mr. X who get's into the action as well they beat the crap out of Cody before throwing him over the top rope

Your winner of the Battle Royal  Wild Bill

 Johnny Harper come out and said that on Dec 1 a Triple Threat Number one Contender match

Casino Kid, Tim Hanson & Rodney Mack

 3rd match Non-Title Tag Team action

The American Degenerates vs Acid & Scott Fury

very good match with Acid getting the pinfall over X-Kaliber

 Lucky comes out with Brittney & does a mic spill about his brother and ask Brittney who side she on, but said she on his no matter who she want to come out with.

 Feature match

Tag Team Action:

San Francisco Treat & Mr. Olympia vs

Tim Hanson & Casino Kid

another good match until Treat left

Mr. Olympia who get pinned by Tim Hanson

Money Inc comes out and Big Money does a mic spill about the main event being a handicap match with Austin Lane, Justin Smart & Ray Ray

Big Money does say he'll give Rodney Mack & Ali Steven a 10 count  just as he hit 1 Chuck Fear music hit and chuck come out and he bring out Ali & Rodney and they except the 6 man match

Semi-Main Event Ladies Match

Jazz vs Nikki Lane

WOW these ladies went at it. great match.

Austin comes out to ringside and get involved in their match

Jazz does her finisher on Nikki but the referee is KO and Austin come in and get involved he put a move on Jazz & rolls Nikki over on Jazz, she kicks out at the last second Then Austin Returns and trys again but Jazz wiggs out and give Austin a Low Blow and send Austin into Nikki Lane and the does her Finsher on Nikki Lane for the Pinfall Win.

Main Event: 6 man tag team Match: Street Fight

Austin Lane, Justin Smart, Ray Ray w/ Big Money


Chuck Fears, Rodney Mack,  Ali Steven

This action was all over the building and wild

Rodney pins Justin for the win

A great night of Action at the Valiant Arena

Next week don't miss any of the action

WOW   What a show sat night  It was good to see Ali Steven again,  man he sure does look good and will be a force to be reckon with in ASWF and around the mid-south area.

I am working on the big benefit show for a Young boy in Paragould Ar in Dec 14th. I am trying to get Stone Cold Steve Austin for the Event. as soon as I get it confirmed I will be posting it.

Jerry Lynn will be have his wrestling camp Nov 30th here at the Valiant Arena from 6pm til 10pm fri, night  the cost of the camp to area worker is only $30  come and get some great inside info from someone who has been in the WWE, ECW, TNA  he has alot of insight into our business and can tell you just what you need to do, so you can make that next step up.

Than on Dec 15th  Dutch Mantel is having his Wrestling camp at the Valiant Arena in Tuckerman.

 JP  Johnny Hawk is My new Shot Caller, he took control of our dressing room last night.

I have full confidence in JP

We have alot of work ahead of us making our building ready for internet PPV, but I hope to have everything in place by April 5th. of 2008.





ACW Charity Event Announced:  Milton Keynes

Bletchley Leisure Centre, Princes way, Bletchley, Mliton Keynes, MK2 2HQ

Anglian Championship Wrestling will present it's annual charity event at the Bletchley Leisure Centre on the 24th November. It will be a night were old grudges are settled & new ones are made.

To kick things off will we see the youngest ACW Lightheavyweight Champion in history, The Rainbow Kid, defend his title against a new challenger, "Insane" Hussain.

Then we have one of Milton Keynes favourite sons, former ACW Heavyweight Champion Brendon O'Shea in action as he battles the villainous Vyper. These two men had a classic encounter several months ago, it's guaranteed this will also be one to remember.

Plus for the first time in ACW history we will see the ACW Tag Team Championship decided in a four team tournament. The first match will see two former Championship teams meeting in another episode in their lengthy rivalry. The Protein Pals, consisting of "Mantastic" Lewis Cooper and the maniacal Samson taking on the Dirty White Boys, Blue Lightning and Kev Kurtis.

In the second match of the tournament we will see Team Wipeout, Shane Summers & Steve "Ace" Andrews, as they face the decidedly bigger team of "Rhythm & Bruise" with "The Rockstar" Crawling West & his towering bodyguard Mighty Matt, this should be an interesting encounter.

With the winning teams to meet each other in the final match only one thing is certain, one of these four teams will walk away the newly crowned ACW Tag Team Champions.

After the last event in Dunstable, Bedfordshire. ACW Heavyweight Champion "King" David Claymore will not be defending his championship on the show, he is currently in recluse after Crawling West smashed his guitar over the King's head. The King received 6 stitches in his cranium & a night of concussion for his trouble, but he will be back for revenge in the near future.

As there will be no ACW Heavyweight Title match, the main event will be a grudge match between former Tag Team partners. At the last ACW event Sam Steel & Bull Harley, known as Bulls of Steel defended their tag team titles against Team Wipeout. During the course of the match Sam Steel came into the ring & attacked Bull Harley with one of the Tag Team Title Belts. The attack was so vicious that bull had a severe concussion & received a deep laceration to his head. Obviously this mean Bulls of Steel is no more. Bull has promised that whoever wins the the ACW Tag Team Titles,he will award them to the new Champions himself,to show that he still has he pride left, something Sam Steel cannot take away. However, Bull has vowed revenge on Sam Steel for his actions and has challenged Steel to a Falls Count Anywhere match. This means that three counts can occur anywhere in the building,on the floor,in the ring, even outside in the carpark & to make this an even more intense affair Bull has included a Hardcore rules stipulation as well. Can Bull gain revenge for Sam Steel's treachery? Either way this will be a night to remember.

All proceeds from the show will go to charity ,there will also be a raffle & a sumo challenge match as well.

Tickets will be sold on the door & are priced at £3 for adult/child/oap/student,the event will open it's doors at 6:30 pm & the event starts at 7pm.

To find out further information and to see all your favourite acw stars visit



Bellfountaine, Ohio – November 16, 2007


In first round matches....

Dave Crist defeated N8 Mattson

Diehard defeated Zac Vincent

Johnny Gargano defeated Sami Callihan

Billy Roc defeated Truth Martini

Josh Abercrombie won over Marion Fontaine

Jake Crist defeated CK3

Messiahs of a New Age and Cody Hawk defeated The Clash and Matt Riot

"Naptown Dragons" Scotty Vorteks and xOMGx defeated American Kickboxer and Tarek the Great

Luchacup Finals

Billy Roc became the first ever luchacup champion by defeating Jake Crist, Dave Crist, Johnny Gargano, Josh Abercrombie, and Diehard  






ACW in Smokestown, PA - 11.23.2007

 ACW invades the Smokestown Fire Company Friday Night November 23rd , with a 7pm bell time. Doors open at 6:30pm, tickets are $15.00.

In the The Main Event, ACW World Champion Kage will defend his title against former ECW star, "The Madman from the Badlands" Glen Osborne.

ACW Welterweight Champion Trixter defends against Former TNA /ECW Star Juilo Dinero, BWO World Champion Rockin Rebel defends vs IB Green, Twisted Tate vs Rebecca Payne in a Hardcore Match, New ACW Tag Team 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 Johhny K Mondo, Boyboy vs Joey Manson

Also appearing: Even Leppy, The ECW Hat Guy, Din Mak, Dark Angel, Dan Marx, Sinner, Arkham, Dave Curley, and many more.....





Sean Waltman is one of the most influential and controversial figures of wrestling over the past 15 years. He popularised the "Light Heavyweight / X Division" style in the USA, was a prominent member of DX and the NWO, won championships around the globe, now is finally headed to Australia to show fans here in person what he is all about.

X-Pac will face Mark "The Hammer" Hilton at Minto Indoor Sports Centre on 1 December, and will face AWF Champion TNT on Sun 2 December at Central Coast Youth Club.

Tickets on sale now via the AWF Website,



Date: 1st December 2007 - 7.00pm

Location: Minto Indoor Sports Centre, Minto


(Niagara Park)

Date: 2nd December 2007 - 6.00pm

Location: Central Coast Youth Club, Niagara Park


Date: 19th January 2008 - 7.00pm

Location: Blacktown RSL, Blacktown, NSW




Blackball'd Wrestling Organization returns to 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 v G I Bear

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/Pretty Fly 4 A White Guy v Sick Rick Havoc/Mikey X

TICKET INFO: 610-933-8550


*card subject to change*




November 11th, 2007 – Wheeling, WV

Tim Lutz defeated Madness

Luis Diamonte defeated TJ Dynamite

Klub Xtreme defeated Team No Pain

Nikita Allanov, Bulldozer, and The Notorious M.A.V. defeated Dash Bennett, Blue Dragon, and Michael Facade

Heavyweight champion Justin Idol defeated Jason Gory to retain the title

Tag Team champions the Tennessee Riot Squad defeated The Straight Jacket Mafia in a Fans Bring The Weapons Match to retain the titles


Snowball, December 8, 2007

Wheeling, WV




Xtreme Xmas - Dec 9th 2007 - Raxx - Brampton, ON




Garfield, NJ – November 16, 2007

Supershow HUGE Success! 537 Fans! Former ECW/TNA Star Makes Surprise Appearance! New Champion Crowned! MORE!!"

This past Saturday night, November 16th the BODYSLAM Wrestling Organization returned to Garfield High School with what turned out to be the biggest BWO show to date. 537 screaming fans packed the school’s gym for what was an unforgettable night of professional wrestling. The evening was jam packed with thrills, chills, major announcements and some well known faces in the crowd.


“The Puerto Rican Prodigy” Chrono Chris defeated “Pretty Boy” Eric Hiller at the 7:25 mark in a classic opener.

D.J. Mario Valentino defeated Chad Adams in 5:04.

Liberty Wrestling Organization Heavyweight Champion Steve “The Jerk” Off issued an open challenge to anyone who was man enough to take him on that evening. His challenge was accepted by non other that former ECW and TNA superstar JULIO DINERO! It was a very entertaining match with Off getting the victory at 17:25.

“The Leader of La Famiglia” Tommy Face defeated BWO World Champion Section 8 in a Ladder Match to become the NEW and 2 Time BWO World Heavyweight Champion at the 22:34 mark. With Face winning this match, La famiglia now holds all of the major titles on BWO. Face had this to say after the match

Section 8,.you finally learned that when you mess with one member of La Famiglia, you mess with the whole family. I wiped the floor with your sorry carcass and stood atop the ladder with the belt raised high. The end of an era was tonight and the beginning of a new one has dawned, “The La Famiglia Era!”

La Famiglia’s Joey da Bull and Bobby Bahfahnabalaminga successfully defended their BWO World Tag Team Championships by defeating Darksyde and DiNyEd at the 10:12 mark.

'The Lone Wolf” Evan Myers was victorious against long time rival 'The Modern Day Enforcer” Eric Cooper in their 'I Quit' match, in spite of Cooper's refusal to tap out. Ref Joe ended the match at 14:06 and declared Myers the winner when Eric Cooper was rendered unconscious after being locked into a figure four leg lock on the ring post by Myers. Following the match, Myers comments were surprisingly positive regarding his opponent and long time rival Eric Cooper;

"The past is in the past, and it's clear after tonight that The Lone Wolf was the better man. It didn't go the way I thought it would though, Cooper. You never tapped out. No matter how much pressure I applied, how hard I beat you, you just wouldn't give up. I can respect that."

La Famiglia’s Dr. Callahan made short work of Kekoa “The Flyin’ Hawaiian and successfully retained his United States Championship in 7:25.

The final match of the night saw Richie Rotten & Chaos defeat Magic & Vince Steele in a brutal hardcore tag team brawl, reminiscent of the wars Rotten and Chaos once fought against each other in the BWO and the wars once fought between Rotten and Magic in New Jack City Wrestling. has no update at this time regarding the condition of Vince Steele who was taken to a local hospital after receiving an SMF-Bomb from Chaos, a DDT from Richie Rotten onto a bed of nails, and finally a moonsault from Chaos while the bed of nails was laying on Steele's chest. will keep fans up-dated on the condition of Vince Steele as we receive information.

The BWO would also like to thank R&B Group, KnS for their performances at the evening’s show. BODYSLAM Wrestling's Owner, Glenn Ulrich, commented that the performances added greatly to the show and hopes that KnS will return to the BWO in the future. To find out more about KnS, hear them sing or to watch their videos check out their official myspace page, located at: 

And in one final note, everyone at the BODYSLAM Wrestling Organization would like to most importantly thank all of the amazing 537 fans that showed up that evening for the show.


BWO returns on November 30, 2007 in Hightstown, NJ, December 1st in Cliffside Park, NJ and December 8, 2007 in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ



Brew City Wrestling returns to the BCW Arena inside the AMF Entertainment Center, 901 Northview Rd on Saturday, January 12, 2008 with "Rise To Honor IV", the 4th Anniversary show.

Bell time is 7:30pm, doors open at 6:30pm and tickets are $20.

After what happened on November 9, with the crowning of new champions, they will be defending their championships.

Here is what's on tap for "RISE TO HONOR IV"




The Dream Team (C)  (Greg "The Hammer" Valentine & Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake)

vs American History Next ("Metalhead" Steve Stone & "Hardcore" Craig)

vs Dinn T. More & Brandon Tatum


"Battle of the BIG Men"

Keith "Venom" Walker (C) vs Rasche "Skullkrusher" Brown

Dysfunction vs Arya Daivari

Silas Young vs Prince Ali


The "Real American Idol" Jazon Parxxz


Frankie DeFalco & his older brother, Terry "T-Bone" Parins

More matches will be announced in the weeks to come!!




December 8th 2007

PlayBall Sports

712 Ginesi Drive

Morganville New Jersey

The card is already begriming to develop for B4W's next event, Snowed In. Below are the matches and talent announced for the card.

North American title SUBMISSION match

Jihad Vs Steve Corino

After their Vendetta match, Corino was viciously attacked by Jihad. That match was supposed to be Corino's final appearance in B4W as he enters into retirement from pro wrestling. However, he demanded one more match and officials have granted the rematch. Jihad, knowing he was already at an advantage, decided to stack the odds even greater by refusing to compete unless B4W made it a Submissions match. Corino has agreed and it will all be on the line at Snowed In!

Tag Team title match

El Americano/Kid America Vs Inner Circle

At Aftermath in October, the Inner Circle used every trick in the book to defeat Kid America and El Americano to retain their Tag Team gold. At Vendetta El Americano and Kid America needed to defeat both Denver Street and TLD in singles match in order to gain their rematch. They did just that, and the match was signed for Snowed In. The United States Vs Canada is really heating up.

Plus more to be signed featuring Hardcore champion The Beast, Tommy Thunda, Ricky Landell, and World Champion GPS.



Heat, Friday, November 16, 2007, Grace Park Recreation Center, Statesville, NC

1. Mr. Wrestling III defeated "The Obsession" Caleb Konley

2. Allison Danger defeated Daffney with Becky Bayless as special guest referee

3. The Elite Icons ("Mr. Elite" Jake Manning & "Infamous Icon" Joey Silvia w/ Ty Dillinger) defeated Derek Ryze & Ares

4. "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega defeated Charlie Dreamer by DQ

5. CWA Carolinas Tag-Team Champions Team Macktion (Krazy K & TJ Mack) defeated The Extreme Horsemen ("King of Old School" Steve Corino & "New Generation Ace" Ricky Landell)

All Or Nothing II, Saturday, November 17, 2007, York Recreation Center, York, SC

1. Stoney Hooker defeated Michael Frehley and Caleb Konley in a triple threat match

2. Mr Wrestling III & Shark Girl defeated Alllison Danger & Ares with special referee, Becky Bayless

3. CWA Heavyweight Champion Charlie Dreamer defeated Ricky Landell.

4. Steve Corino defeated Derek Ryze

5. TLC Match: The Elite Icons (Jake Manning & Joey Silvia) with Ty Dillinger defeated Team Macktion (Kirby & TJ Mack) to win the CWA Tag Team Championships



Kingsport, Tennessee – November 17, 2007

Wayne Daniels defeated Matt Stevens

CW TV Champion, Thorn defeated Adam York, Menace, Mike Blade, Moe Jenkins & Ray Idol in a 6 Way Match

CW US Tag Team Champions, Nick Hammonds & Wayne Daniels defeated Beau James & Matt Stevens

Chris Richards defeated Wayne Adkins in a Nightstick on a pole match

Robbie Cassidy defeated Oleg Romanov

CW National Heavyweight Champion, Steve Fury defeated Tony Givens




Friday, November 30, 2007 - Derry, New Hampshire

Veterans Memorial Hall, 31 West Broadway, Derry, NH

Doors open at 7:15PM, Show Starts at 8:00PM

Friday, December 14, 2007 - Lowell, Massachusetts

Polish American Veterans Club, 200 Coburn Street, Lowell, MA

Doors open at 7:15PM, Show Starts at 8:00PM



Frightening situation takes place at yesterday's CHIKARA ECW Arena show. Posted on 11/19/107 by Dr. Keith Lipinski

During today's CHIKARA Pro "Chapter 11" show at the New Alhambra Arena, there was a serious since when Lince Dorado, a young luchador who has become a star in the promotion this year with a great feud with Mitch Ryder, over rotated in a shooting star senton and whiplashed the back of his head on the mat during the finish. It was a scary and very bad scene. The crowd was completely silent as Lince was stretchered out on a table as Mitch Ryder was shaved as part of losing a mask vs. hair match.

Mike Quackenbush ended the show immediately afterward with one match (Chris Hero vs. Claudio Castagnoli) remaining. The crowd was chanting to END THE SHOW after the announcement was made that Lince was going to the hospital. Word is Lince's family was there and you could hear screaming and crying coming from backstage area. Quackenbush also asked everyone to stay until the ambulance came and went as so not to impede it.

Thankfully, Lince was responsive and talking when the ambulance picked him up.

9:05 pm update

Lince Dorado suffered a severe concussion after a cat scan, he will be alright as he's out of the hospital.


November 16th, 2007 - Battle of Who Could Care Less

Riverside Beneficial Assoc. Building, Reading, PA - November 16th 2007

1. The Colony (Worker Ant, Soldier Ant & Fire Ant) & Mike Quackenbush def. The Osirian Portal (Amasis & Ophidian) & Team F.I.S.T. (Gran Akuma & Icarus) in such a fast, frenetic and great match that it caused the info-providing iPhone to crash. “So here’s the deal with the REAL opener.

The tecnico team already made things confusing enough by taking two awkward, awkward minutes to come out, but then finally coming out with Colony having mix-matched gear, only wearing their normal pants and all of their partners tops and masks. Add in the fact that Worker did a salute and then a fireman’s carry…this was obviously a rib on me. Trust me, the original post was about 3,000 words, more or less transcribing the conversations trying to figure out who is who.”

2. Chuck Taylor def. Shane Storm by pinfall with the Awful Waffle. Fine match. One of Storm’s best outings in a long time, and Chuck was turned up to 11.

3. Sara Del Rey def. Portia Perez by pinfall. The sound system was at an all time low tonight, playing random Windows dings when Sabato called for the bell.

4. Brodie Lee def. Passion Hasegawa by pinfall, making short work of the pink man with chops and kicks.

5. Lince Dorado & El Pantera [2] def. The Olsen Twins (Jimmy Olsen & Colin Olsen) [0] by pinfall to earn their third point and a tag team title shot. A little off, not to the point of being bad, but it was a serious stylistic mismatch. Pantera = The most awesome meatball luchador. Olsens = Mulkeys 2K7.

6. MIYAWAKI def. UltraMantis Black. Nothing outstanding, but fun stuff. “A young lady needs her booze cut off, as she decided to dance with Mantis’ staff toward the finish, and then turned Robbie Ellis into the newest La Parkita with her dancing skillz.”

7. The Marvelous Three (Larry Sweeney, Mitch Ryder & Robbie Ellis) def. Jigsaw & Los Ice Creams (El Hijo del Ice Cream & Ice Cream, Jr.) by pinfall when Ryder pinned Junior. Ellis executed a dive off the top!

8. Claudio Castagnoli & Equinox def. Chris Hero & Shayne Hawke by pinfall when Equinox used a backslide on Hero. Hero attacked Equinox after and went for the mask. Tomorrow it will be Equinox vs. Hero: MASK VS. HAIR!

9. Young Lions Cup: Helios (c) def. Hydra by pinfall to retain with the standing shooting star press. Okay match.

10. Tim Donst & Incoherence (Hallowicked & Delirious) def. BLK-OUT (Eddie Kingston, Joker & Sabian) by pinfall when Donst rolled up Kingston following a sick 1-2 kick by Incoherence. Awesome!

Reading, PA – November 17, 2007

Mike Quackenbush & Colony b FIST & Osirian Portal

Brodie Lee b Passion Hasegawa

Chuck Taylor b Shane Storm

Sara del Rey b Portia Perez

Miyawaki b Ultramantis Black

Lince Dorado & Pantera b Olsen Twins

Mitch Ryder & Robbie Ellis & Larry Sweeney b Jigsaw & Los Ice Creams

Claudio Castagnoli & Equinox b Chris Hero & Shayne Hawke

Helios b Hydra

Delirious & Hallowicked & Tim Donst b Eddie Kingston & Sabian & Joker.

"Chapter 11" - November 18, 2007

New Alhambra (ECW Arena), Philadelphia, PA, Attendance: 350

1) Chuck Taylor & Gran Akuma & Icarus defeated Tim Donst after he was deserted by his partners, Los Ice Creams, in mid-match.

2) Robbie Ellis used the Burning Hammer to beat Hydra.

3) The Colony (Fire Ant & Soldier Ant & Worker Ant) won a trios match over Shane Storm & Player Uno & Stupified [IWS] when Fire Ant pinned Stupified.

4) Fight Sports Midwest presents the Tex Arkana Title Match: Bryan Alvarez (of Figure 4 fame) used a superkick to defeat Larry Sweeney and win the title!

5) Delirious & Cheech & Cloudy won out over El Pantera [IWRG] & MIYAWAKI [K-Dojo] & Passion Hasegawa [Toryumon] when Delirious pinned Hasegawa.

6) Mike Quackenbush & Helios & Trik Davis (subbing for an absent Jigsaw) defeated the trio of Shayne Hawke & The Osirian Portal (Ophidian & Amasis) when Helios landed a Cancun Tornado Press on Amasis.

7) Falls Count Anywhere: Eddie Kingston beat Hallowicked, pinning him after a backfist.

8) Lucha de Apuesta (Mask vs. Hair): Lince Dorado defended his mask and won the hair of Mitch Ryder, following a Shooting Star Senton. Dorado, seriously injured in the final moments of the match, was taken to nearby Jefferson Hospital, where he was examined and released about 2 hours later. He is in good spirits and recovering at the moment from his concussion. Due to the circumstances following his injury, we decided it was inappropriate for the event to continue, and the evening's final match will be rescheduled as soon as possible.




Combat Zone Wrestling Presents Cage of Death IX on Saturday night, December 8th at the ECW Arena.

Combat Zone Wrestling will hold its third annual Toys for Tots collection at the show. CZW is asking fans to bring an new, unwrapped toy to the show and drop it in the boxes at the front door of the ECW Arena.


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.

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



December 1 - 2007

(Saturday - 7:30pm) - Carolina Sports Arena - Burlington, NC

Doors open at 6:30pm

The Road to BattleCade

December 15 - 2007

(Saturday - 7:30pm) - Carolina Sports Arena - Burlington, NC

Doors open at 6:30pm

BattleCade VIII





Friday, November 30th, 7:30pm Bell time

Wayne P.A.L. Building, 1 P.A.L. Drive, Wayne, NJ


War Games Match (2 Rings inside 1 Cell)

Team ECPW vs. Team Black Hand

Jimmy Snuka vs. Salvatore Sincere

ECPW Heavyweight Title Match: Mike Reed (c) vs. Paul E. Normous

Flag Match: The Patriot vs. Big Dan

ECPW TV Title Match: Jersey Devil (c) vs Crowbar

ECPW Tag Team Title Match: The Repeat Offenders (c) vs. Jay Santana & X-Dogg

ECPW Light Hvy. Title Match: Abunai (c) vs. Mario Zuto

Gauntlet Match: Jeff Coleman vs. The Army of Darkness

Creeper vs. Mark Smart

2 ring 30-man Battle Royal: 15 Superstars from Adrenaline & 15 Superstars from Showcase

Tickets: $25 - Golden Ringside, $20 - Ringside, $15 - General Admission

Available at:

Wayne P.A.L., 1 P.A.L. Drive, Wayne, NJ

Bagel Stop, 570 Valley Road, Wayne, NJ

Super Mart, 96 Mountain View Blvd., Wayne, NJ

Universal Sporting Goods, Pequannock, NJ




11th ANNUAL SUPER 8 TOURNAMENT & SUMMIT, November 10, 2007

Greater Newark Boys & Girls Club, Newark, Delaware

The show opened at 7:30 p.m. with the entire ECWA roster surrounding the ring. There was a 10 bell tribute to Fabulous Moolah & ECWA’s Sweet Chocolate Thunder, both who passed away earlier in the week.

A video played on the giant ECWA-Tron screen highlighting what’s been happening in the ECWA and a preview of tonight’s event.

Super 8 Official Opening Ceremony

Ace Darling (Super 8 1997) & Andrew Ryker (Super 8 2005) were introduced.

ECWA Heavyweight Champion Aden Chambers brought the Super 8 Trophy to the ring and said a few words about the history of the Super 8.

The following Super 8 Competitors were introduced and came to the ring.

Billy Bax

Brian Fury

Matt Logan

Human Tornado

Rob Conway

Rob Eckos

Sonjay Dutt

Jerry Lynn

As each competitor entered the ring, they were greeted and given a medallion by Heavyweight Champion Aden Chambers who was hosting the event.

After all 8 were introduced and in the ring, the National Anthem was then played.

ECWA Super 8 Tournament Opening Rounds

Rob Eckos defeated Billy Bax – These two great stars have been a tag team in the ECWA known as the Valedictorians for over 4 years. They in fact held the promotion’s Tga Team Titles for an unprecedented 2-1/2 years. With such success as a team, the fans always wondered "which is better Valedictorian" aspect of the bout has been built up for several months in the promotion. Tonight in their first singles meeting ever, we would find out. They started the match pretty even, each gaining no real advantage over the other. Both keeping their composure we did see Bax become the aggressor as he knocked Eckos off the apron, then he did a dive to the floor. They then battled on the ring apron. Bax dove off the apron to the floor again onto Eckos, but was hit with a superkick by Eckos. Bax would come back with a near pin fall after delivering a sitdown Tigerdriver on Eckos. Bax reversed a flying body press for another two count. Bax then gave Rob Eckos a German suplex for another near pin. Eckos was able to hit an enziguiri for a quick 2 count of his own. Rob Eckos spit on Bax, which enraged Bax to go into an angry flurry of offense of viscious punches and kicks Coming off a whip in the corner Bax cut him off on a charge into the corner, set up Eckos, then did a top rope frankensteiner which Bax was able to reverse into a power bomb which Eckos caught him in a front roll for pin.

Matt Logan defeated Rob Conway – At the beginning, the veteran Rob Conway was easily controlling the pace and Matt Logan, although it was clear to see that the local fans were solidly behind Matt. Then Logan almost scored an early win with a frankensteiner. Conway went out to the floor the to stall break Logan’s momentum. Conway returned to the ring and teased a test of strength, but when Logan put his hand up, he chopped and punched Logan. They went to the floor, where Logan fired back with chops of his own. Back in the ring, Rob Conway executed a reverse clothesline but Logan got his feet on ropes to avoid the pin. Although becoming frustrated, Conway kept trying to finish Logan off but couldn't get the pin. Logan then did a Fall Away Slam. Matt Logan did a sunset flip and then a series of dropkicks. Conway nearly kicked out of a Michinoku Driver. Logan missed a flying body press and was speared by Conway. Rob went for the Jackhammer but Logan rolled him into a small package for the surprise win.

Jerry Lynn defeated Brian Fury - They started on the mat exchanging arm bars and other back and forth reversals. They were very cautious to avoid each others moves. Fury worked over Lynn's arm following a hammerlock body slam. Fury picked up Lynn for an atomic drop, then slammed him down face first onto the corner buckle. As Lynn snapped back, he was caught with a back suplex. Lynn came back with a legdrop while Fury was caught in the ropes. Lynn did a springboard dropkick off the middle rope to Fury who was on the apron, then did a flip dive off the apron to the floor. Once back in the ring Jerry Lynn continued working Fury’s arm. Fury eventually gained control and continued to work over Lynn which included a power bomb into a bridge pin attempt. Lynn then applied an arm bar but Fury made it to the ropes. Fury went for a pile driver but it was reversed into an Emerald Frosion. Lynn went for a cradle piled river but Fury escaped and they went into a bridge and backslide sequence. Lynn speared Fury and then executed a cradle pile driver for the pin.

Sonjay Dutt defeated Human Tornado by submission - The crowd loved Tornado's persona and break dancing offense in the match. They did comedy early early in the bout which included Sonjay Dutt trying to jump up to reach the much taller Tornado's hand to do a test of strength. Tornado slammed Dutt off the top but he landed on his feet. Sonjay did a Lionsault for near fall. Dutt then hit an Arabian Press for another near pin. Sonjay caught Tornado with a clothesline with a 360. Dutt scissored Tornado with his legs. The crowd got behind Tornado to fight his way out. Human Tornado came back with kick and splash moves. Tornado tried a DDT but was shoved away and then he kicked Sonjay many times taking time to deliver his entertaining dancing between kicks. Dutt then gave him a reverse Diamondust for a near pin. Sonjay Dutt delivered an Ace Crusher and applied the camel cluch for the submission.

At the close of the opening rounds fans were buzzing about the 4 matches and how different each one was, especially as competitive, tournament style match ups. The Valedictorians (Bax & Eckos) with the story of which member of the team was better. You had Conway as the veteran who was basically outsmarted by the younger Logan. Then there was the technical wrestling match of Lynn vs. Fury. Then Tornado against Dutt would give a nice blend of comedy and high spots. Each match different, each match telling a story, each match entertaining!!!

Ring announcer Joel Oresky then called for a 15 minute intermission…

ECWA Super 8 Tournament Semi-Final Rounds

Sonay Dutt pinned Rob Eckos - It was a great back and forth match up which looked as though it could have gone either way. Both men wanting to advance to the finals, held nothing back during this semi final round. Fans were split as to who to root for in this particular match. The finish came when Sonjay Dutt pinned Rob Eckos with a 450 splash from the top.

Jerry Lynn pinned Matt Logan – Matt Logan, being the local favorite go the support of the crowd. Matt delivered a frankensteiner which saw Jerry Lynn came back with a tilt the world backbreaker and then a bow and arrow. Lynn missed a guillotine leg drop and Logan gave him a top rope flying body press for a close 2 count. Lynn then did a back suplex but Logan got his shoulder up. Lynn then delivered a top rope frankensteiner. Matt Logan fired back with a spine buster but in the end the veteran Lynn used a cradle pile driver for the pin fall.

Prince Nana won the Annual ECWA Summit Royal Rumble. This featured all of the ECWA regulars. Involved were Freak Nasty, Ace Darling, Mr. Ooh La La, J.J. the Crew Guy, Sean Royal, Kermon the German, Mr. Scott Wright, Max Von Bauer, Mike Tobin, Mozart Fontaine, Brian Soscia, Glen Osbourne, Bryan Logan. Frederick of Hollywood, Guy with Red Hair, Hot Shot Mike Reed, Dan Eckos, Mega, Chase Del Monte, the masked El’ Trouble, J.J. Cruz, Corey Blaze, Jason Leigh, Alec Chance, Timothy Richards, Gus Grand, and Jim Shorts. Prince Nana was last man to enter and tossed the two "final" competitors, Freak Nastty & J.J. Crew Guy out of the ring. Nana, who is also owner of ECWA’s parent Company RGN, did some mic work about running the company and got a lot of heat from the crowd. Nana said the next time he came back, everyone was too get on their hands and knees to show respect to him. You had the feeling that some of the audience wanted to kill him. The Summit saw some interesting stories develop and continue. The Heavyweights gained an ounce of retribution over Jim Shorts for turning against them recently. Mr. Wright and Glen Osbourne would continue to mix it up and Osbourne would go nuts on Mr. Ooh La La, chopping the French star all over the arena. The Chick Magnets would work together for a little revenge against the ECWA’s giant Mega. In an interesting twist, Frederick of Hollywood would be betrayed and thrown over the top rope by his longtime partner, Hot Shot Mike Reed. And the faction leaders Freak Nastty of the Freak Faction and J.J. Crew Guy, Cheetah’s top guy in the Master Brand battled until surprised by Prince Nana, who is the owner and has no time of day for either faction. All the wrestlers had to hold J.J. Crew Guy and Freak Nastty back from killing Nana and risk being fired. It was an exciting match with plenty of great action.

ECWA Super 8 Tournament Finals

Jerry Lynn defeated Sonjay Dutt to become the 2008 ECW Super 8 Champion - Dutt came out holding his ribs from the previous bout. Lynn was limping. He had hurt himself taking the spine buster in the previous match. Dutt did a nice spinning DDT for a close pin. They went outside where Lynn slammed Dutt face first onto the apron out of a waist lock. Lynn then hit Dutt with a spinning face plant for a near pin. Lynn then applied a Mexican surfboard. Dutt did a reverse Diamondust for a two count. Lynn countered with a sunset flip power bomb for the two count. Lynn set up Dutt for a power bomb which he turned into a TKO. The match continued and they went back and forth until Dutt applied the camel clutch, which he used earlier in the evening for a win win, and the crowd was sensing a submission. Lynn got up to his feet and kicked backwards. Lynn tried for a cradle pile driver but Dutt back dropped him over, then dropped down catching him in a near pin fall. Dutt went up to the top for a moonsault and Lynn caught him with a back superplex. Dutt then surprised Lynn with an enziguiri kick. Sonjay gave Lynn a 450 splash off the top but Lynn got his shoulder up in time to avoid being pinned. Jerry Lynn hit

After the match, Jerry Lynn was awarded the Super 8 trophy by Commissioner Naegele and ECWA Champion, Aden Chambers. The other Super 8 Competitors came to the ring to congratulate him and Sonjay Dutt. Jerry Lynn then gave a speech saying that when he was called by promoter Jim Kettner to take part in the tournament, he asked what took Jim so long to call him. Jim told him he was always under contract somewhere and Lynn said, "Oh yeah. I took so many hits to the head, I forgot!" Lynn thanked everyone who worked the tournament. He said that he wanted to thank the fans for always supporting him. Lynn said that he was coming up on his 20th anniversary in the ring this March and always thought that 20 would be a good time to hang it up, but as he gets closer, he told the fans that he would like to make it 25.

The show officially concluded at 10:31 p.m. The 11th Annual Super 8 Tournament was a great evening of wrestling with each match telling a great story which culminated in this particular Super 8 taking its rightful place in the long successful storied history of the prestigious tournament..



Saturday evening, December 1, 2007

Greater Newark Boys' & Girls' Club, 109 Glasgow Drive, Rt. 40 & #1 Positive Place

Newark, DE 19702

Doors open: 6:30 p.m., Showtime: 7:30 p.m.




EWA will be helping Toys For Tots this year. We will be collecting new toys geared toward 8-13 year old boys, at the December 2nd show.


COLD FURY - December 2, 2007

Doors open at 6pm

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

443-858-2755 for tickets

Derek Frazier & Niles Young w/ Noel Harlow vs Dj Hyde & Core

If Hyde or Core pin Frazier, they will get an EWA Heavyweight Ttitle Shot in January

If Hyde or Core pin Young, they will get 5 minutes alone in the ring with Noel immediately after the match

EWA Cruiserweight Champion "The Shooter" Drew Gulak will defend his title vs Ray Alexander

No Time Limit Rematch

EWA Tag Team Champions The Rehoboth Beach Crew will defend against Teddy Stigma & Ryan McBride

Goldthumb vs Darth X

"The Best Around" TJ Cannon & Bruce Maxwell vs Alex Lunar & Steve Diaz




November 3, 2007

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.




THE LION'S CUP QUICK RESULTS  - November 17, 2007

Cruiserweight Champion Maximo & Espiritu Infernal defeated The French Stallion & Lee Dawson

EWF Tag Team Champions La Ola Del Mal defeated Aggravated Assault to retain their titles

Scorpio Sky defeated JT Blackstar by submission in Round 2 of the Inland Title Series

Bino Gambino defeated EWF Heavyweight Champion Dan Kobrick by disqualification. Dan Kobrick retains his title

Sonny Samson defeated Markus Riot

American Champion Hook Bomberry defeated TJ Perkins, Ryan Taylor & Webster Dauphiney in a Fatal 4-Way Match to retain his title

NWA World Tag Team Champions Joey Ryan & Karl Anderson defeated The Young Bucks to retain their titles

Markus Riot won The Lion's Cup Battle Royal


Friday, November 23, 2007 Covina, CA Knights Of Columbus

Sunday, December 9, 2007 Covina, CA Knights Of Columbus 

Saturday, December 15, 2007 San Bernardino, CA Video One

Friday, December 21, 2007 Covina, CA Knights Of Columbus 

Friday, January 11, 2008  Covina, CA  Knights Of Columbus   

Sunday, January 13, 2008  San Bernardino, CA  Hudson Theater  

Friday, January 25, 2008  Covina, CA  Knights Of Columbus 


European Championship Wrestling


EuCW - Washington announce show for January.

New Years Retribution on the 27th Jan 2008 at the Stella Albany Washington.

First Match Announced

At Do or Die Iceman picked up an impressive victory in a brutal hardcore match over General Trent Steel. At Treason and Plot General Trent Steel left victorious after beating tHe european icon of hardcore in a bar room brawl that shocked the Stella. Now these two battered and bruised individuals meet for the third and final time at New Years Retribution

On the 27th Jan this match will come to a bloody end as Iceman and General Trent Steel battle it out in a


In last blood its not enough to make your opponent bleed, you have to batter and bloody them until they can't make the count of ten. After Last Blood the issue of who is the better man will be resolved once and for all.

Also in action

El Ligero

Madman Manson


Tickets are just £7 for adults. £5 for children and £20 for a family ticket.

EuCW wil be making announcements regarding 'All Good Things' and the wrestlers scheduled to appear at that event.

Special one night only discounts for All Good Things will be available on the night




RE-EMERGING – December 1, 2007

Cosgrove Avenue, York Hall, Clovelly Park




November 17, 2007 – EWF Arena, Marion, IN

Joey "Kidd" Owens beat Justin Dean

General Lee beat Ryan Rich

Tag Titles: Matt Cavins & Dark Lion beat Locked N' Loaded (c) to win the titles

After intermission, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper came out for "Piper's Pit". Piper talked about how important the independents are and also brought out his son Colt. Then General Lee came out interrupting Piper... the two exchange words, then Lee punches Piper. Lee turns his attention to Colt which brought out Andy Santos comes down to make the save. This brought down Bob who sneak attacked Santos to start their match.

Andy Santos beat Bob by DQ

Bob was disqualified due to putting his hands on the referee numerous times. Also, he was ruthless in punishing Santos before and after the match.

Midwestern Title: Nate Phoenix (c) beat Drew Johnson

New Era Title: Just Justin (c) beat Appollo Star

EWF Title: Big Ric Cannon (c) beat Wildman Rogers


November 24, 2007, 7:30 PM bell time

EWF Arena, 3400 S. Adams, Marion, IN 46953

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.

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




November 2nd, 2007

Butler, PA - Butler Days Inn

FNW Cruiserweight Champion Shiima Xion def. Jason Gory

Irish Airborne (Jake & Dave Crist) def. the Gentleman's Club (Scott Fowler & Chris Cronus)

Brodie Lee def. Sebastian

Sterling James Keenan def. "Fabulous" John McChesney

Bubba the Bulldog def. Super Oprah

NWA National Champion Pepper Parks def. Josh Daniels

Sterling James Keenan won a 20-man over the top rope invitational battle royal to be crowned the new FNW Heavyweight Champion, last eliminating Pepper Parks (Also in the battle royal: Joker, Jake Garrett, Michael Blade, Facade, Mantis, Chris LeRusso, Scott Fowler, Chris Cronus, Dave Crist, Jake Crist, John McChesney, Milwaukee Mauler, Brodie Lee, Kato, Bubba the Bulldog, Super Oprah, Sebastian, & Shiima Xion)


FNW returns to the Butler Days Inn!

Friday, January 18th, 2008

139 Pittsburgh Rd., Butler, PA 16001

Belltime: 8:00 PM, Ringside Tickets: $15.00, General Admission: $13.00, Kids Under 10: $8.00








FCW's To The Point, Location Patriots Park , Bell Time 7:00 PM

November 17, 2007

FCW Rage

The show started off with Jeremy Cruz claiming that he did not cheat in his match against Stud McCoy last week at Rage.  Stud came down and challenged him to a rematch, which Stud won in 2 minutes... By using the ropes!  Cruz demanded a rematch, and to help him take on the "Big Greasy" Cruz called on the assistance of Scott Skyler (fellow ginger) Before the 2 on 1 attack could commence, SGT. Solitude came to the ring and leveled the playing field for the match.  Stud McCoy and SGT. Solitude took the win.

Match 2. David Yale stated that if his opp. for the night could beat him, he would not talk for 1 year!  Tony Tsunami couldn't pull out the win, Yale will talk for another year!

Match 3. The team of VIP (Brandon Paradise and Cali Casanova) came to the ring to state how cool they are and made an open challenge to anyone in the back to face them.  The team of Dustin Michaels and Vincent Chambers (Drowning In Excellence) and accepted the open challenge.  VIP took the win.

Match 4. Johnny Rokket and his new client James Hunter came to the ring to talk about what they did to Darkness.  They stated Darkness does not deserve the treatment he gets.  Darkness could take no more and came to the ring ready for a fight, James Hunter delivered it, along with a haymaker from Johnny Rokket, James Hunter took the win.

Match 5. Damoan Rashad came to the ring with a mission but before he could get a word out, Daniel E. Mayne came to the ring and demanded that he go to the back and get in the Kool Aid Jammer gear.  Damoan stated that he wouldn't not and accused Daniel E. Mayne of being a racist, Daniel, not one who likes being called a racist asked Damoan if he was familliar with the word Segregation, Damoan said of course he was, Daniel then made a match, The 1st ever FCW Segregation match, Stud McCoy was introduced as Rashad's opp. Stud said he has got someone better in mind, someone who is Steroid Free, The Common Man, Common Man came to the ring ready for action.  Daniel, seeing that two men were in the ring that had disrespected him in the past added one more stipulation the match.  The looser will be segregated from the company.  After a well fought battle, Damoan could not pull out the win over The Common Man and was promptly removed from the building. 

Match 6. FCW Rage Division Championship Match.  Chris Mayne with VIP came to the ring after Blaze.  Mayne went on to talk about how the fans to don't respect someone like him.  The fan favorite, Juggalo Johnny Blaze could not pull out the win over Chris Mayne.

Match 7. Draven pulled out the win over the B rated superstar, Brian Baldwin.

Match 8. FCW World Championship Match.  Morgan McNeal VS Devon Wright, after the bell rang, Devon Wright bailed out of the ring and said that he was not ready to cash in his #1 Contendership but he knows someone who would be glad to take on Morgan McNeal, Enter John Malice.  (Who was believed to have been paid by the team of VIP to soften up McNeal)  Malice went for the pin over McNeal but Wright and VIP broke up the pin and knocked out Jeff the Ref.  VIP took control over both the men in the ring resulting in a DQ.  The team left the arena leaving both men in shambles.


FCW Rage: Live, December 1st 2007 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW Rage: Live, December 1st 2007 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW Silent Nightmares: Live, December 15th 2007 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW Rage: Live, January 12th 2008 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW Battle For The Gold: Live, January 26th 2008 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW Rage: Live, February 9th 2008 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM

FCW No Remorse: Live, February 23rd 2008 at Patriots Park. 

Admission is only 7 dollars and kids under 5 get in for free! Doors open at 6:30,

Action begins at 7 PM




November 17th.

Thank You to everyone who made it out to the Pell City Civic Center tonight. If you missed this show.. you genuinely missed solid action from start to finish. 8 Great Matches in all.

Quick results from the show.

Antonio Garza defeated Viper

Jesse Pain successfully defended the GCW Championship against Chrisjen Hayme

Buff "The Stuff" Bagwell defeated Bloodlines' Billy Blade

SoulCrusher upended The INHuman Fly

Theodore Tutwiler III and Harley Wood turned back the challenge of The Newly Re-United Nasty Kritters.

Scottie Blaze fell to Muddbone

Mad Dog Dan Sawyer put the bite on Vladmir Koloff

Eugene was victorious over Seth Skyfire.


Make Your Plans Now... we will be returning to the Pell City Civic Center on Friday December 14th, 2007. The Ladies will be in action that night. And we will also have a surprise superstar that you have seen on TNA's Impact. We will announce the name of that star, right there on the GCW website on Wednesday Evening.



Arcola, Illinois – November 17, 2007

Kenny O'Brien defeated Alex Monroe

GAW Chaos Champion Gavin Alexander retained his title in a submissions match against Cecil Cerveza

Jeff Harris defeated JC Michaels

Blake Steele defeated Richard Biggs III

GAW Central State and NMW Central Illinois champion Eric Ruffington defeated Jon Jeremy

Jaxson Pride defeated Jason Vendetta

JC Michaels and Kenny O'Brien successfully defended their tag titles against Jeff Harris and Alex Monroe

Jonathan Scott won the GAW Heavyweight Championship in a streetfight against Petey Clark




Saturday Nite Slam – November 10, 2007

Match #1  (Krazy Chris Jones Debut Match)

AHUNA defeated KRAZY CHRIS JONES , Ahuna by Tilt-a-Whirl Slam

Match #2 HCW Inter-Island Title Match

"Sun of Samoa" TILO VASAGA (Challenger) lost to BIG DADDY FRANK (Champion)

BDF by Big Spine Buster (BDF retains the title)

DIVA Search with "Island Girl" TRACY TAYLOR

What?! No Island Bikini Contest?!

MA HU WONG steals all the girls bikinis TRACY TAYLOR sends MA HU WONG a message with a Neck Breaker



DQ , TLA attacks Sulu Afi. Tilo Vasaga

runs in and helps Sulu Afi.

Match #4

MA HU WONG lost to "Mr. Family Entertainment" KAIMANA, Kaimana by Kryptonite Krunch


It's a disaster! Contestants run away,leaving MA HU WONG the winner, and becomes

an official HCW DIVA. Did MA HU WONG do something to make the girls run away? Is he really the DIVA? (Cliff hanger)

Match #5 Main Event

Rematch for the HCW Kamehameha Heritage World Heavyweight Title

"The Crippler" SEAN CHRISTAIN (Challenger) lost to MICAH "The Chosen One"(Champion)

Micah by Leg Lariat Kick (Micah retains the title)


December 15th - TROPICS Family Entertainment Center, Schofield Barracks (Wahiawa, Hawai'i)

December 16th - O Lounge, Next to Ala Moana Shopping Center (Honolulu, Hawai'i)


Heartland Wrestling Association


REBORN – November 9, 2007, Owensville, OH

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, in a match that saw a great deal of dissension between The Mavericks.

Chuck Taylor defeated Ricochet in his HWA debut.

The Irish Airborne pinned the team of Virus & "Omega" 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. It was not all good news for Sami as he was victimized by Jon Moxley after the match. Moxley then informed the crowd on hand that he has demanded a No Time Limit rematch with The Metal Master.

















Date: Saturday November 24, 2007

Time: 7pm (doors open 6:30pm)

Venue: Lynfield YMCA Recreation Centre

Impact Pro Wrestling returns to Lynfield for the Champion of Champions!

The IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship will be on the line in the biggest and most historic match in IPW history! The current champion Jon E. King will face four former champions and a wildcard competitor in an elimination match, with the last man standing claiming the most coveted championship in the land for his own!

Davey Deluxeo, the Machine, Alfred Valentine and Roger Ventura have all been to the top of the mountain. They will stop at nothing to reach the peak again.

Will the malevolent champion retain his most cherished possession, or will the title return to one of its former holders? Or will it fall into the hands of the as-yet uncrowned contender, Taranaki's favourite son "The Deal" Dal Knox?

For the answer to these questions and more, make sure to be there at IPW Champion of Champions!

IPW Champion of Champions takes place Saturday November 24 from 7pm (doors open 6:30pm) at the Lynfield YMCA Recreation Centre on Griffen Park Rd, Lynfield, Auckland. Tickets are available at the door for $15 Adults, $5 Children (13 and under) with under 5s free.

Official Card
IPW New Zealand

Heavyweight Championship, "Champion of Champions", Elimination Match

Jon E. King (c) vs "Double D" Davey Deluxeo vs "The Deal" Dal Knox vs The Machine

Vs "Ex-Patriot" Alfred Valentine vs "Lyte Playa" Roger Ventura

More to be announced. Card subject to change.



IWA Deep South Wrestling " 2007 Carnage Cup"

Saturday December 1, 2007


7 PM Belltime

Due to circumstances beyond our control, we have had to change the venue for the 2007 Carnage Cup and move it from Alabama to Pulaski, Tennessee at the Nick Gulas Sports Arena. For our fans in Elkmont, it's only about a half hour drive to the new building and for fans coming from the north or those flying into Nashville it's about a half hour less of a ride for you to get to the new building. While we're at it, there is one more change to announce as JC Bailey will not be able to compete in this year's tournament due to personal reasons, but he has asked for us to give his slot to Scotty Vortekz. For anyone not familiar with Vortekz, he is a former CZW Junior Heavyweight Champion and has competed in the IWA King of the Death Match tournament, the CZW Tournament of Death and made it to the finals of the CZW: T.O.D. Fast Forward tournament. He is part of the new hybrid breed of wrestlers who can go in any style including high-flying, hard-hitting, and of course the death match style so he should be a great fit into this years tournament. We will have another update in a few days with the opening round matches, but for now here is again a rundown of the way the tournament will work along with the participants.

The tournament set up will be:

The First Round will consist of four 3-way matches which will each end when one man is eliminated and the remaining two men will advance to the second round, so 4 men will be eliminated and 8 men will move on

The Second Round will consist of 4 singles matches

The Finals will be a 4 way elimination match

So there will be 9 big death matches making up this year's Carnage Cup.

The first round will be set up like the old CZW Best of the Best style bracketing, but the difference will be in the second round where the men who advanced from each match will not face each other in the second round, they will face someone new so there will be lots of different matchups throughout the tournament. The 8 men who move on to round 2 will basically be re-shuffled as we feel this will give fans the opportunity to see many different and unique matchups.

Here is the list of men signed to compete in this year's Carnage Cup:

1. Drake Younger - this young man has been on a tear in the death match scene all over the country over the last year and a half making it to the finals of last year's Carnage Cup and winning this year's CZW Tournament of Death. He is always an odds on favorite to win any tournament he enters.

2. Insane Lane - another man who has been competing in death matches all over the country and also a finalist in last year's Carnage Cup and as his name implies, he is truely insane and willing to do anything to win his first tournament.

3. Danny Havoc - if you've ever seen this young man, you know he has no fear and is willing to put his own body through hell in order to win a match. He has competed in several CZW Tournaments of Death and IWA King of the Death Match tournaments so although he is the youngest competitor in this year's field, he does have lots of experience in the death match world.

4. Sexxxy Eddy - the man who set the world abuzz at CZW's Tournament of Death 3 has said he is looking to reclaim his glory and wants everyone to know he was no one tournament wonder and is tired of everyone forgetting just how hardcore he can be. The Sexxx Express is coming to Alabama on a mission to reclaim the death match crown and take the Cup.

5. Tank - the first ever IWA Deep South Carnage Cup champion is looking to become a 2 time winner and has said he is training harder then ever for this one and taking time off from other promotions to get focused and come in at 100% and destroy everyone in his path.

6. Ian Rotten - the "Undisputed King of Hardcore" has been locked in a war with FreakShow and IWA Deep South for the better part of the last year and would love nothing more than to take the Cup. Another thing to remember is that Ian will be retiring from wrestling a week after this show, so this will go down as his last ever death match tournament and I'm sure he will be trying extra hard to take home the trophy.

7. FreakShow - like mentioned earlier, he has been embroiled in a bitter rivalry with Ian for most of this year and along with getting to this year's King of the Death Match finals, he has been battling Ian in some of the wildest matches including Fire Death Matches, No Rope Barbed Wire 200 Light Tube Matches, Barbed Wire Cage Matches and much, much more, so he feels he is ready for anything come December 1st.

8. Viking - this man comes to us from the IWS promotion in Montreal, Canada where he has been tearing it up the last few years and is looking to make a big name for himself in the U.S. and what better way to do it than by winning the 2007 Carnage Cup. If you have never seen him, he is another man with no fear, willing to do whatever it takes to win, whether that be knocking someones teeth out or smashing them with light tubes or a barbed wire bat, this man is coming for blood.

9. WHACKS - many of you may only know WHACKS as the man who took pictures at ringside at CZW shows for years, but what you may not know is he has also been training on and off for years with CZW. Recently he has put aside his camera and been focusing on wrestling, and along with dropping 60 pounds and getting into tremendous shape he has been focusing on his training and anyone who knows him, knows he loves the death match style, so now he has the wrestling ability to go along with his craziness and he is looking to make a huge impact on December 1st.

10. UltraMantis Black - now I know most of you are scratching your heads and saying that must be a typo, but no you read that right. UltraMantis Black, the leader of the Neo-Solar Temple is coming to IWA Deep South on a mission. He is known mainly from his work in Chikara, where they don't exactly have a "death match" division, but he contacted us and said he has conquered Chikara and is looking to expand and take over IWA Deep South and said in order to do that he wanted to go right to the top by winning the Carnage Cup. He said although many fans have never seen this side of him, he can get downright violent when he needs to and said the other 11 men better not look past him.

11. Deranged - this big, violent hard hitting beast will be another man making his IWA Deep South debut at the Carnage Cup. He has been in countless death matches from Indiana to Japan and everywhere in between and contaced IWA Deep South officials and demanded to be in this year's tournament and officials granted him his wish as they, well honestly, were afraid to tell him no.

12. Scotty Vortekz - the last man in the tournament was handpicked by JC Bailey to take his place and although he has only been competing in death matches over the last year, he has already gained tons of experience and has reached the finals of the CZW Tournament of Death:Fast Forward show and has no fear.

There you have it, the 12 men signed for this year's Carnage Cup. We feel it is a good mix of young up and comers with some of the death match veterans which should make for some interesting and unique match-ups as we're trying to give something different to our great death match fans.

For any fans that are concerned, there will be no restrictions in the new building as far as the weapons go, as you can expect all the glass, barbed wire, light tubes and lots more craziness that you've come to expect from IWA Deep South. Also on that note, any fans that want to make up weapons or bring any weapons for the wrestlers to use, feel free to show off your creativity and bring it along.

Tickets: $15.00 each. Call (256) 507-0278 for advance tickets

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2007 Revolution Strong Style Tournament, 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

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

Just added:

NWA World Women's Title Match

Amazing Kong vs.Mickie Knuckles, Champion

The NWA World Women's Champion Amazing Kong will take on IWA Mid-South Women's Champion Mickie Knuckles in one of the most requested matches that we have ever's or women's. This will be a hard hitting battle like never seen before in the women ranks. Will "The Walking Episode of Cops" be able to handle being in there with a woman that is so much bigger than her for the first time since she was maybe a rookie? Will all the death matches and wrestling all the boys prove to be more than enough to ready Mickie for the opportunity of a lifetime? What better named show than the Revolution Strong Style Tournament to have this match?




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

November 17 (Day 1):

1. Jana defeated Evan Schwartz.

2. IWF Tag Team Champion Frank Scoleri defeated Mike Jenkins.

3. Bryan Harley defeated Jason Roberts.

4. Chris Steeler defeated IWF Junior Heavyweight Champion Antonio Rivera to win the title.

5. Kareem West defeated IWF Tag Team Champion Justin Corino.

6. Texas Death Tag Team Match: Travis Blake & Franciz w/ Commissioner Rich Ross defeated IWF Champion Tony Torres & American Champion Kevin Knight.

November 18 (Day 2):

1. Jana defeated Travis Blake by disqualification.

2. BoneCrusher Fred Sampson defeated Bryan Harley.

3. Dangerous Dan McGuire defeated IWF Junior Heavyweight Champion Chris Steeler via countout.

4. IWF Tag Team Champions Justin Corino & Frank Scoleri defeated Kareem West & Mike Jenkins to retain the titles.

5. Franciz w/ Commissioner Rich Ross defeated Antonio Rivera.

6. Biggie Biggs defeated Evan Schwartz and Dan Marques in a Triple Threat Match.

7. IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres wrestled American Champion Kevin Knight to a no contest when guest referee Fred Sampson attacked both men and joined The Ross Family.


8th Annual IWF Tournament of Champions Weekend

Saturday, December 15, 2007, 7:30 pm & Sunday, December 16, 2007, 4:00 pm

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




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!

(Must purchase by 11:59 PM on 11/30)






More Matches to be announced in the coming weeks




IPW:UK - Sittingbourne Identity – November 11, 2007

Venue: The Wyvern Halls, Sittingbourne, Kent

Referee: Andy Quildan

MC: 'Hardcore' John Atkins

Match 1 - British National Championship Round 1: eXodus defeated Nikko Brixton via pinfall after a Tombstone Piledriver to advance to the next round.

Match 2 - British National Championship Round 1: Devilman defeated 'The Spirit of Scotland' James Wallace via pinfall to advance to the next round.

Match 3 - IPW:UK Tag Title Match: The Kartel (Samuels/Frazier) defeated The Thrillers (Haskins/Redman) via pinfall after two Rock Bottoms by Frazier.


Match 4 - Four Way Scramble Rules: 'The Specialist' Mark Sloan defeated Paul Robinson, Wade Fitzgerald and 'Emo King' Zack Sabre Jr via pinfall on Robinson after the Tomorrow Driver.

Match 5 - British National Championship Round 1: Maddog Maxx defeated 'All Eyes On Me' Dave Sharp via pinfall to advance to the next round.

Main Event—IPW:UK Title Match: Andy Boy Simmonz (c) defeated 'The Guvnor' Martin Stone via pinfall after interference from Simmonz' manager for the evening, Martin Stone's enemy 'The Twisted Genius' Dean Ayass!

After the match, Stone challenged Simmonz for a title rematch on February 10th when they return to Sittingbourne!


Date: Friday, November 23, 2007

Venue: Buckland Community Centre, Buckland, Portsmouth, Hampshire

Event: IPW:UK's Portsmouth November, Ticket Prices: £5.00–£9.00

Date: Sunday, November 25, 2007

Venue: Orpington Halls, Orpington, Kent

Event: IPW:UK's "Brawl at the Hall 2007: Afternoon Show"

Ticket Prices: £5.00 (free entry when you buy tickets to that evening's event online before the day)

Date: Sunday, November 25, 2007

Venue: Orpington Halls, Orpington, Kent

Event: IPW:UK's "Brawl at the Hall 2007"

Ticket Prices: £6.00–£20.00

Date: Sunday, December 16, 2007

Venue: Orpington Halls, Orpington, Kent

Event: IPW:UK's "Christmas Cracker 2007", Ticket Prices: £6.00–£20.00

Date: Saturday, January 26, 2008

Venue: The Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire

Event: IPW:UK's Mountbatten 2008 January Show, Ticket Prices: £6.00–£15.00

Date: Sunday, January 27, 2008

Venue: Orpington Halls, Orpington, Kent

Event: IPW:UK's "No Escape 2008", Ticket Prices: £6.00–£20.00





Court Time Sports Center - Elizabeth, PA – November 10, 2007 - 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


Court Time Sports Center, 95 Enterprise St., Elizabeth, PA 15037

1-Day Ringside Reserved Tickets: $30.00

2-Day Ringside Discount: $50.00

1-Day General Admission Tickets: $25.00

2-Day General Admission Discount: $40.00

1-Day Kids Under 10 GA Tickets: $15.00

2-Day Kids Under 10 GA Discount: $25.00

Friday December 7th, 2007, Belltime: 8:00 PM

Hell Hath No Fury 2004 Rematch:

"The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels vs. "The Notorious 187" Homicide

Originally, the main event of Night One: A Tribute To Spirit was supposed to be a rematch of the 2004 Match of the Year, AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels. Whenever "The Notorious 187" Homicide heard of this, he contacted IWC officials about being inserted into the match. His reasoning? He felt that the IWC fans were wrong, and the REAL 2004 Match of the Year was the match 3 months later where Homicide, Daniels, and Styles wrestled in a three-way dance. In April of 2004, Homicide took then-Super Indy Champion Styles to the limit in his IWC debut. He gave Styles everything he had, even an incredible Cop Killa. But Styles was able to rebound and rolled up Homicide for the win. The next month, Styles had his final title defense against Daniels. One of the greatest matches in IWC history saw both men put it all on the line, and it only ended when Styles nailed the Styles Clash for the victory. The following August was the three-way dance. In that match, Homicide was eliminated first by Styles, but the two brawled for several minutes afterwards until IWC security separated them. Styles ended up winning in the end, once again pinning Daniels. Two weeks later, Styles and Homicide had a Respect Match. Homicide brought the fight to the former champion, but Styles was on a hot streak in 2004 and got the win once again. Daniels and Styles have had many wars over the last 3 years, but Homicide never got his revenge on either man. These three have feuded over tag gold in TNA but this will be the first time all three are wrestling each other since their first match in 2004!

Non-Title Match

The 2006 Feud of the Year Revisited:

Low Ki vs. "Fabulous" John McChesney

It's been called one of the greatest ri valries in IWC history. It started off as a young up-and-coming star named "Fabulous" John McChesney trying to win his first Super Indy tournament on April 29th 2005. His opponent on that night was on a tear. He not only destroyed rookie Jason Gory in the opening round, but he got the victory over his trainer and mentor, "The Notorious 187" Homicide, in the second round. Nothing could stop Low Ki on this night. That is, except his own overconfidence. He locked McChesney in a cobra clutch, but McChesney scaled the ropes, fell backwards, and Ki held on, pinning his own shoulders to the mat. McChesney had done it, he cemented himself in the upper echelon of IWC stars, becoming the sixth man to hold the IWC Super Indy Title, and only the 4th to win the Super Indy Tournament. Ten months later, both men met one more time. This time, McChesney was the confident champion, sure that he could overcome the one man he had the most trouble defeating in the past year. Unfortunately, once McChesney got hung up in the ropes and Ki delivered the Woe Is U double stomp, that was it for the champ. Ki defeated him for the Super Indy Title that slipped out of his grasp less than one year before. The following July, it was time for the so-called "rubber match". Each man had one victory over the other. McChesney was out to prove to himself, the fans, and the world that he was on the same level as men like Low Ki. With Ki several moments away from possibly winning the match, the bell rang, signaling the time limit had expired. Neither man came out on top, leaving their series tied at 1-1-1. Low Ki promised that they would meet once more. December 9th, 2006 was that once more. The night of the event, both men had agreed to make the match a decisive 2 out of 3 falls match. Or so they thought. With both men one fall up on the other, then-Unholy Alliance members Sebastian Dark & HENTAI rushed the ring to ruin the party, leaving the match at a no-contest. The match, like their series, left both men at one win, one loss, and one draw a piece. One year later, their rivalry will finally come to a head. As promised by IWC Promoter Norm Connors, IWC Super Indy Champion "Fabulous" John McChesney will have to take on Low Ki on December 7th, night one of IWC's A Call To Arms weekend. How fitting is it, at IWC's 100th show celebration, that we revisit one of IWC's biggest and best rivalries in the company's history?

Special Attraction Tag Team Match:

The Motor City Machine Guns vs. The Burning River Brigade

Three former IWC Champions and one of the top contenders to the Super Indy Title at one point will be competing in this tag match! The Motor City Machine Guns of Alex Shelley & former Super Indy Campion Chris Sabin take on former IWC Tag Team Champions Josh Prohibition & "M-Dogg20" Matt Cross, the Burning River Brigade! Sabin & Shelley, former IWC regulars and finalists in Super Indy III, have put aside their differences and teamed up to form one of the best tag teams to come along in years. They were able to capture the Zero-One Max Tag Team Titles in Japan, as well as the UWA Hardcore Tag Team Titles in Canada, and the AAW Tag Team Titles in the Chicago area. No team in recent memory has been as successful as quickly as the Motor City Machine Guns. But, two men have taken exception to their quick rise in tag team success. Josh Prohibition & Matt Cross have been climbing through the tag ranks across the world for years, and captured the IWC Tag Team Titles on 2 different occasions. They're considered to be one of the best teams in IWC history and want to prove to the "MMGs" and any wrestling fans who doubt them that not only are they one of the best in IWC history, but in wrestling history period.

One of IWC's Most Brutal & Bloody Feuds Renewed :

Shirley Doe vs. Sebastian Dark

Shirley Doe made his return to IWC in grand fashion at November Pain 2 on November 11th. Helping his longtime friend & rival Super Hentai and friend Delirious in what appeared to be a handicapped match with members of the War Machine, Brent Albright, John McChesney, and Sebastian Dark. Doe and Dark immediately went after one another, brawling in the aisleway, and later, going after each other with chairs. Doe nailed Dark in the head with a chair, and finished him off with the Sillyhead 2. Later in the night, Doe made a huge impact to War Machine leader and Doe's longtime rival Dennis Gregory. He revealed Gregory's December 8th opponent to be "The Baddest Man in IWC" Raymond Rowe! Doe has come back with a vengeance and his old rival Sebastian Dark is in the cross hairs! The wars between Doe and Dark have been well documented over the years. Dark mysteriously came to IWC with the intentions of destroying Dark. But a year after their rivalry seemed to come to an end, Dark & Hentai joined with Doe as a part of the original Unholy Alliance, leaving the last 2 years of war between the three men a total mystery to everybody. But now that Doe has returned and Dark is aligned with his enemy Dennis Gregory, all bets are off and Doe is out for blood!

Non-Title Four-Way Tag Scramble :

The Gambino Brothers vs. BabyFace Fire vs. Sexual Harassment vs. The Cleveland Mafia

One of IWC's biggest attractions in the last 2 years has been its incredible tag team division. And, it all started with these four teams. IWC Tag Team Champions The Gambino Brothers went from a moving company to a dangerous Italian family with an equally dangerous ringside entourage in Jimmy DeMarco, Vendetta, Viki Gambino, Flexor, and Ferrari. They've captured the IWC Tag Titles for a record-equaling 4 times and have dominated the tag division for the last 2-3 years and plan on continuing their dominance through IWC's 100th show celebration. Longtime rivals Shiima Xion & Jason Gory put aside their differences and united based on an equal respect for the others' abilities. They overcame the odds and captured the IWC Tag Team Titles last December in another four-way tag scramble over the same three teams they face on December 7th, and get one more shot on December 8th. The IWC tag team dynasty known as Sexual Harassment made their return on August 5th, 2006 as Eric Xtasy returned to IWC with his new partner, Justin Idol. After a year and a half of fun and games, Xtasy & Idol have finally gotten a new intensity about themselves and are more focused than ever. The Cleveland Mafia are one of IWC's most brutal and boisterous tag teams. With the brains of J-Rocc and the brawn of Raymond Rowe, they've been taking over IWC one victory at a time. And the night after the tag scramble, Rowe gets his shot at singles glory as he takes on IWC Champion Dennis Gregory in a steel cage. IWC's tag team scene has been unbelievable and incredible, and it only gets better on December 7th!

Friday December 7th, 2007

Belltime: 8:00 PM

IWC World Heavyweight Title Steel Cage Match:

Dennis Gregory defends against "The Baddest Man in IWC" Raymond Rowe

Dennis Gregory's reign of terror over IWC began in May when he revealed his true intentions to everybody. He screwed Ricky Reyes out of the IWC Title and, along with "The Shooter" Brent Albright, formed what would eventually be called The War Machine. A month later, he brought back Unholy Alliance members Steven Colter and Sebastian Dark, who were fired from IWC in December 2006. Then, later that night, he completed the five-some by adding "Fabulous" John McChesney. Their reign over IWC has been one of dominance. Adding CJ Sensation to the ranks in August did nothing more than solidify their spot on top of IWC. But one man has been forging through the war. Raymond Rowe has exploded onto the scene as one of the most popular IWC stars in the past year. He's done battle with Ricky Reyes to earn his shot at Dennis Gregory and the IWC title, but it was believed he'd earned his title shot AFTER the December double-shot. But Shirley Doe revealed to Gregory and the world that he had somehow arranged for Rowe to get his shot at Gregory sooner than expected: inside the steel cage at A Call To Arms 4: Controlled Chaos!

IWC Super Indy Title Steel Cage Match:

"Fabulous" John McChesney defends against "Sweet N Sour" Larry Sweeney

The feud between John McChesney and Larry Sweeney began at Super Indy VI. Larry Sweeney had just gone through Jay Lethal, Azrieal, and Shiima Xion on his way to becoming the Super Indy VI winner and IWC Super Indy Champion. All of a sudden, "The Fabulous One" appeared at ringside, attempting to spoil the victory of the new champion. Obsessed with the Super Indy gold, McChesney was incensed that Sweeney had won the title and he hadn't. He demanded a shot at the title at the next IWC event, and he got it. Sweeney defended the belt against McChesney in July at Summer Sizzler 4 when Dennis Gregory hit the ring and bloodied Sweeney. That set in motion a series of events that led to Sweeney losing the Super Indy Title to McChesney. One month later, McChesney and Sweeney did battle in a baseball bat match, where McChesney once again cheated to win. Sweeney returned to IWC in November in a three-way dance to determine who would earn a shot at McChesney on December 8th. Davey Richards wanted to get revenge at McChesney for the events in his title match at Revengeance 4! in October, and Justin Idol was looking to break out into the IWC singles scene. But Sweeney had blood on his mind. Sweeney was the one with the most to gain, and after a 12 Large Elbow to Idol, he earned his shot. Sweeney demanded that his title match be held inside the 15-foot-high steel cage to stop any interference from the War Machine, and IWC Promoter Norm Connors granted it! Will Sweeney get his revenge on McChesney? Or will "Fabulous" prove he really is as good as he says he is?

IWC Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match:

The Gambino Brothers defend against BabyFace Fire

Mickey & Marshall Gambino and Jason Gory & Shiima Xion have been at war for months. After The Gambinos lost their Tag Team Titles to BabyFace Fire in the four-way scramble at A Call To Arms 3 in December 2006, they seem to have put a bullseye on BFF. They won the titles back in March and have dominated the tag division since then. All throughout 8-man tags and more, the Gambinos seem to dominate BFF no matter what situation they're put into. In August, the Gambinos defeated BabyFace Fire, but during a champagne celebration, BFF attacked them and poured champagne all over Viki Gambino. This proved to be a big mistake, as Marshall then smashed a bottle over the face of Xion. Two months later, BFF looked for revenge against members of The Family, the Hollywood Balds. After Shiima Xion got the win, the Gambinos hit the ring with a billy club. Jimmy DeMarco & Vendetta went a little overboard, brutalizing both men with the billy club until senior official Bobby Williams suspended Vendetta for 60 days. In probably the most disgusting act, DeMarco, Marshall, Viki, and Flexor invaded the home of Jason Gory on Halloween, attacked Gory and his friends, and bloodied & tazed Gory on his own pool table. At November Pain 3, BFF and the Gambinos did battle in a street fight. The Gambinos proved their brutality, destroying BFF in a pile of thumbtacks. But their overzealous cousin Jimmy DeMarco proved to be more of a nuisance than anything. The Gambinos refused to grant BFF a tag title match inside the steel cage on December 8th. But when Jimmy D remained in the ring to continue using a tazer on Gory & Xion, Gory was able to take the tazer and hold DeMarco "ransom" of sorts. Gory demanded the cage match of else there'd be a "death in The Family". The Gambinos granted it, and Gory got a measure of revenge and tazed DeMarco anyways! The war will finally come to an end on December 8th inside the steel cage!

Battle of IWC Characters:

Delirious w/ Daizee Haze vs. "Showtime" Eric Young

Eric Young returns to IWC on December 8th! Hailing from his "undisclosed location", Eric Young told IWC officials he would be in attendance on December 8th and wanted a match with one of the top IWC stars in the last few years. "Showtime" wanted to prove that he could hang with some of the best IWC has to offer. Enter.... Delirious. Delirious is a former IWC Super Indy Champion and the winner of the Super Indy V tournament. He's defeated the likes of John McChesney, Troy Lords, Matt Sydal, Glenn Spectre, and Christopher Daniels during his Super Indy Title reign, and teamed up with Shirley Doe & Super Hentai to defeat The War Machine on November 11th of this year. "The Pied Piper of TNA" was one of the most popular performers who debuted for IWC this year. On the other hand, Delirious was one of the most hated men in 2006 IWC, but in recent months, he's proven to be one of the IWC crowd's favorite wrestlers. Obviously, the match between this two will border on the line of sane and ridiculous, but there is no doubt these two will perform to the best of their ability. How will the constantly paranoid Young react to the antics of the ridiculously crazy man from the Edge of Sanity?!


"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe

"The Hardcore Icon" The Sandman

"The Franchise" Shane Douglas

and much much more!

And, several IWC stars from the past return, including:

former IWC Champion ORION!

former 2-time IWC Champion JIMMY VEGA$!

former 2-time IWC Tag Team Champion GLENN SPECTRE!

and many more!

Plus all the fun and surprises you've come to expect from IWC!!!

Tickets to A Call To Arms 4 and other IWC live events are already on sale, including:

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

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

TBA - March 22nd, 2008 - Elizabeth, PA

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

The International Wrestling Cartel has been western-Pennsylvania's largest and most exciting wrestling promotion for 6 years, and has grown large enough to warrant a weekly local TV show as well as VHS & DVD distribution deals with and . Using a healthy dose of established talent like "The Shooter" Brent Albright, AJ Styles, Ricky Reyes, Delirious, and Low Ki (aka TNA's Senshi), along with an impressive array of fast-rising local talent such as Sterling James Keenan, The Gambino Brothers Moving Company, Jason Gory, Shiima Xion, and "Fabulous" John McChesney, IWC has grown to become one of the most successful indy promotions today. For more information go to .



The next IWS show is "SEASONS BEATINGS" on December 1st, 2007 at Bogeys World at 3250 Cremazie Easts, Montreal, Quebec. Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 8:30 pm, tickets are $20 for VIP, $15 for Regular. 18+, card and times subject to change.




IPWA ISRAELI CATCH WRESTLING: Boulder vs. Yossi the Bull just signed!

With Israeli businessmen cancelling with TNA, the Israeli Pro Wrestling Association has decided to announce as soon as possible that it will hold a very special event for our loyal fans at the Hannukkah holiday, saturday december the 8th. The event will be called "Israeli Catch Wrestling 2007" (or "Catch Wrestling Israeli 2007" in hebrew) and will be held at Maccabi Tel-Aviv`s Boxing Club. The event will be very special for several reasons, some of which will be revealed soon. The card will be slowly revealed as well, match by match during the next following weeks as we sign talent to contracts for the event. Stay tuned for updates.



December 8th, 2007

Israeli Pro Wrestling Association will hold a very special event for our loyal fans at the Hannukkah holiday, saturday december the 8th. The event will be called "Israeli Catch Wrestling 2007" (or "Catch Wrestling Israeli 2007" in hebrew) and will be held at Maccabi Tel-Aviv`s Boxing Club. The event will be very special for several reasons, some of which will be revealed soon. The card will be slowly revealed as well, match by match during the next following weeks as we sign talent to contracts for the event. Stay tuned for more information... 

Mr. Rom Unger

IPWA General manager, Mr. Rom Unger, will open the show with several announcements. It is expected he will announce a few sanctions against Yossi the Bull for the latter`s attack on him during IPWA`s last event, Summer Splash VI.

Omri Ilan vs. Izzy Rozenfeld

Second match for the event has been signed between Omri Ilan and Izzy Rozenfeld. The former "NYR" tried to establish a wrestling career in Canada, however was deported back to Israel due lack of charisma. Izzy is determined to prove to the Canadians that he has plenty of charisma, and he has even told us that he will have a new valet/manager by his side named "Charisma". Ilan, a master technician will probably be Izzy`s toughest challenge to date. Not only because of his in-ring abilities, but also due his thug-like persona outside the ring. 

"Russian Sickle" Evgeny Lyder  vs. Black Leopard

First match has been announced. "Russian Sickle" Evgeny Lyder will face the Black Leopard in a rematch from their exciting Summer Splash VI match. Leopard was very upset since his loss and has requested IPWA management for a rematch ever since. Lyder didn`t take the challenge seriously and signed the contract for the match immediatly.

#1 Contenders match: Idan Boulder vs Yossi "The Bull"

Third match has been signed for Israeli Catch Wrestling 2007. Makkat Medina champion, Yossi the Bull will face Idan Boulder. The Bull has had a tremendous championship bout with champion Palty at Summer Splash VI, however was disqualified and also attacked the General Manager after the match. Mr. Unger is expected to have several sanctions against the Bull and although this match was personally put together by IPWA`s owner, there is talk backstage that Yossi`s participation in this match is very much in question. Boulder, who was supposed to participate in the #1 Contenders match against Balely at Summer Splash VI was seriously injured and put on the sidelines, will make his long awaited return and get his shot at the #1 contendership.



Japanese Hardcore Wrestling X

On Friday, Jan 20th, wK MEDIA presents Japanese Hardcore Wrestling X. JHW X features 6 hot matches from Big Japan Pro Wrestling, the most hardcore fed on the planet, Japanese Women's Pro Wrestling, AtoZ and DDT. Plus, Buck Woodward and Eric Gargiulo are back to provide play by play for the all action that is Japanese Hardcore Wrestling.




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

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.


Ringside first row/second row sold out. General Admission $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Tickets are available at the door and at




Yuletide Terror, 12-8-2007, Showtime: 7:30 PM

General Admission: $15, Presale Tickets: $10

Knights of Columbus Hall (House Springs), 6800 KC Ln, House Springs, MO 63051

Draft Beer: $1




Thanks for Gordo the Wizard of ID for the great review on Iron Hour.

LLW was in an unenviable spot a couple days prior to The Iron Hour. Their much anticipated October 27th show was to feature the most talked about match-up of the year; Johnny Devine vs Chi Chi Cruz in a 60 Minute Ironman Match. It was to be Cruz' final career performance; one he agreed to do after announcing his retirement. Unfortunately, Cruz contracted pneumonia and had to pull from the match just days before the show. As there was already a certain degree of controversy surrounding the match, the announcement that it had been cancelled at the 11th hour only served to fuel the drama. (For a look at that drama and events leading to The Iron Hour click here) LLW substituted Tyson Dux for Cruz, changed the name of the show from The Final Hour to The Iron Hour and did what they set out to do with the original card line-up... give fans an event that would keep them talking for months. By all accounts, Living Legends Wrestling's Iron Hour succeeded beyond anyone's expectations. Of course, the success of the Iron Hour wasn't solely dependant on the strength of the advertised Ironman match between Devine and Cruz. Dangerboy Derek Wylde's defense of his LLW Heavyweight Championship against the uber-popular Rip Impact was also a highly anticipated match. So too, were the other championship matches...

The Flatliners were set to face Club Sexxx for the Trifecta Championship belts and as soon as the match was officially announced weeks prior to the show fans began salivating the ascension to title gold The Flatliners were sure to make. The consensus among odds makers was 100% in favor of Club Sexxx losing the belts. As a solid traditional tandem unit, Matt Burns & Asylum were slow to make an impact on the 3-men-on-a-team Trifecta division. A short lived alliance with Ruffy Silverstein as their partner showed promise but melted down after Ruffy's Heavyweight Championship singles victory. The message seemed clear... if The Flatliners were to become even serious contenders in the Trifecta Division they couldn't be "The Flatliners AND someone else"... they had to be The Flatliners, period. Whoever the third guy was to be, he had to become a member of the team; not just tag with them. Candidates likely to fit the mold of Burns & Asylum (I.e. big smashmouth wrestlers, not acrobatic twigs) who were not actively seeking paths and goals of their own were few and far between. When Rico Montana was revealed as the new third Flatliner their Trifecta domination seemed destined.

The other title match centered around the white-hot feud over the Light-Heavyweight Championship. Josh Alexander and reigning champ, Josh Taylor had escalated their war over this secondary title into arguably LLW's greatest single feud ever. Already a marquee match because of the months of history behind it, Taylor vs Alexander became even more an attraction when it was announced as a First Blood Match. Based on past performance, fans were guaranteed a barn burner. Two days before the show, "LLW Booker" posted on the OIW Message Board that Josh vs Josh had been further modified into a Fans Bring the Weapons Match. This had negligible effect on those attending. (The "upgrade" from First Blood to FBTW was ignored during the match intro.)

All attendant emotional drama surrounding the Chi Chi Cruz retirement appearance (and the stuff that followed his removal from the show) did not overshadow the other emotional hook that LLW was serving up to fans... Notorious T.I.D. was scheduled to make his long awaited return to ring action after almost dying earlier in the year in an industrial accident that crushed his leg. For a huge percentage of long time fans (and workers), TID represents the heart and soul of Ontario Indy Wrestling. TID was advertised to face Sexy Monkey Robin Knightwing at the Final Hour Iron Hour but it could just have been anybody for all that the fans cared (and it's a good thing too.) TID was coming back! That was all that really mattered about the match.

Yes, there was much about Iron Hour for fans to get excited about. The show was strong enough to stand even with the major change to the much ballyhooed main event; but what of the replacement match? How would Devine vs Dux substitute for the almost sure epic emotion-filled performance that Devine vs Cruz had promised to deliver? While many fans declared (rightfully so) that Dux was one of the best wrestlers in Canada and certainly capable of going an hour with Devine could he... could they rise above the "great" match that their skills and talent ensured they could provide? Would they deliver a great match that would sit alongside other great matches from themselves and others in the minds and hearts of fans considering the best matches they'd ever seen... or could they make magic that would eclipse the whispered "what ifs" surrounding the Iron Hour main event and elevate the match, themselves and LLW into a sacred place in the memory of fans and wrestling lore? Johnny Devine and Tyson Dux answered that question with 60 minutes of pure...

Wait just a minute. Before I get to that, how about a look at the rest of the show?

1) LLW Trifecta Championship: The Flatliners (Matt Burns, Asylum & Rico Montana) vs Club Sexxx (HHV, Dan Morris & Sebastian Suave w/ Jules) (C)

As might be expected, The Flatliners used their size, strength and 'desire' advantage to overcome Club Sexxx's dirty triple-teaming ways to win the Trifecta Division titles. Newest Flatliner Rico Montana pinned HHV after he had been crushed by Burns & Aslum's "Death From Above" to win this rollicking show opener. Club Sex didn't go down gently (or quietly) but were ultimately no match for the unstoppable force that was the Flatliners. No real surprises there. What was surprising was the action that took place after the match. During their post match celebrations, Burns & Asylum suddenly turned on Montana and began beating him silly. Dan-e-o entered the ring and cheered them on. Once their former new partner was sufficiently beaten down, Burns, Asylum and Dan-e-o announced that there were "no more Trifecta titles!" The Division was finished; now there would be only Tag Team titles and the "New LLW Tag Champions" were none other than Burns & Asylum... the original Flatliners. Interesting to note that Burns & Asylum are so popular with fans that even ambushing their former partner and aligning themselves with Dan-e-o did little to turn them heels. Cheers still far outnumbered the scattered boos at their new rule-breaking attitude.

I like the idea and I loved the way it went down. The Trifecta Division was unique to LLW and I give them props for not only trying it, but keeping it going as long as they did. Logistically, it had to be a nightmare putting together (and keeping together) enough 3-man teams to make a Trifecta Division work. The transitional nature of Indy wrestling alliances and availability of so many workers for any given date must have played a hand in this switch to traditional tag team formatting. The division was pretty much down to the champions and whoever was facing them for the titles anyway and it's hard to believe now that LLW once had enough Trifecta teams to run more than one division match a show. This switch to simple two-man teams is bound to impact storylines across the roster as some guys pair up and others leave their Trifecta base to seek singles glory.

2) Eddie Osbourne w/ Jessy Jones vs Samoa Moe

This match was pretty much booked at the last minute from available bodies. No real surprise there, it's a common practice at Indy shows to make matches with who you have on hand. Sometimes they work... sometimes they don't... and sometimes they work so well that one wonders if the booker's hand was guided by some higher power. Such was the case when "impact" Eddie Osbourne met the unintelligible force that is Samoa Moe. These guys matched up perfectly and gave fans comedy, technical displays, high flying and smashmouth brutality. It was the best match I've seen from Samoa Moe and the most entertaining performance I've seen from Eddie in Months. Jessy Jones played an unusually subdued role, electing to play ringside cheerleader rather than active shit-disturber which allowed Osbourne and Moe the spotlight. They used it to provide the sleeper match of the night. Moe's gimmick is GOLD... a delusional Samoa Joe fan who emulates his hero in a living tribute. He's missing a few mental coconuts but can certainly pull off a close approximation of Joe's style. A good gimmick plus skill equals a wrestler worth watching and an opponent of Osbourne's caliber gave Moe the opportunity to display far more than he has in the past.

Osbourne often wrestles to the level of his opponent; substituting humor for actual moves when facing a less skilled foe often renders him a caricature of himself and when he runs a series of matches like that it's easy to forget just how good he really is. With Samoa Moe, Eddie found an opponent capable of meeting his skills and his comedy head-on. Osbourne won the match but the real winner here was Samoa Moe. With Eddie's help, he just proved to everyone that he's one to watch. I don't think I'm the only one who wants to see a rematch.

3) Whoresmen Rules Match:

The Whoresmen (Reese Reynolds, Steve Brown, Alex York & Scotty O'Shea) vs The Wild Stallions (Joey Valentyne & RJ City)

Whoresmen Rules, as it turns out, means that all 4 members are in the match so basically this was a Handicap Tag. I guess The Wild Stallions figured they might as well agree to the stipulation since The Whoresmen would have wrestled 4 against 2 even if half of them weren't legally in the match. It would have been a miracle if Valentyne & RJ pulled a victory out of this one; the odds were just too great for even a talented tandem like them to overcome. Brown pinned Joey to win the bout for his team but before that occurred all 6 guys provided some jaw-dropping action. It was anything but a lopsided battle as the Stallions continually fought through the double, triple and quadruple team assault of the Whoresmen to keep the fans hopes high that the impossible could happen. The numbers proved to much to overcome as the match wore on. Joey and RJ had to face a team that always had at least 2 fresh and rested competitors. It wasn't so much that the Whoresmen out-wrestled the Wild Stallions... they just wore them down through sheer weight of numbers. The bout had too many highlight moments to list but the finishing sequence was definitely worth recalling (and viewing again on dvd!)... RJ was tossed to the outside and Valentyne dumped prone on the canvas. In quick succession Reynolds nailed him with a top rope frog splash, O'Shea landed a top rope legdrop, York hit an insane top rope corkscrew moonsault and Brown finished with a big splash and the cover for the win. A fantastic match!

4) LLW Light-Heavyweight Championship - First Blood Match:

Josh Alexander vs Josh Taylor (C) w/ Mike Rollins

When the time comes to look back at the year 2007 in Ontario Indy Wrestling, Josh vs Josh might well be considered the Feud of the Year. Their war over the Light-Heavyweight title has provided some of LLW's finest matches and elevated the newly introduced championship to great heights. Taylor has played the role of talented cheater to Flair-like perfection and Alexander has been awesome in his role as frustrated hero. The basic premise of this feud could have been lifted straight from Wrestling's glory days of the 70s and these two young warriors have played it so well that it has become the LLW storyline closest to fan's hearts. People actually give a shit about this feud! One has only to witness the reaction and emotion of the fans to realize that Alexander and Taylor have captured the magic that wrestling used to be. There is hope for this business yet if guys like this exist.

This particular match in the feud was as dramatic and exciting as those that preceded it. That is to say; it was excellent! Lots of wild brawling as one might expect when the only way to win is busting your opponent open so he bleeds. Both Taylor and Alexander used a chair in an effort to make that happen but to no avail. It took Mike Rollins running in and blasting Alexander with a chain while Ref Cassidy was knocked down to give Taylor the victory. Alexander was not thrilled with the outcome and attacked Rollins after the bell. This VERY stiff post-match brawl has fans salivating for a match between them which could give the Light-Heavyweight champ an advantage down the road. Alexander's now fighting on two fronts.

One thing worth noting here... There's LOTS of wrestlers in Ontario with roughly the same amount of ring time and experience as Taylor and Alexander but not many who can match the skills and in-ring savvy of these two young lions. It's no mystery why these guys are as good as they are... Quality training. Taylor comes from the Squared Circle camp and Alexander is trained by Johnny Devine out of the CAN-AM Wrestling School. It shows.

**Intermission** Always nice to have a break to stretch or whatever. I hate shows that run without an intermission even more than I hate shows that run with a very long break. LLW runs a very tight program... they almost always start right on time and only rarely run late. Their mid-card breaks are just long enough to smoke 'em if ya got 'em or check out the great merchandise. By the way... LLW dvds are available online through Tha O Show. (Go here and while I'm at it, I may as well shill Dan-e-o's music too because when he's not being a nasty little son-of-a-bitch at LLW shows, he's making some damn fine hip hop. You can purchase his stuff here)

Notorious TID vs "The Motion Picture" Ethan Page

How can Notorious TID not be a lock for Inspirational Wrestler of the Year? The man's leg was almost torn off in an industrial accident. Doctors put his chances of returning to the ring at zero but TID had other plans. He'd made a few non-wrestling performances prior to the Iron Hour but this was his official return to action and there was little doubt that he was ready to kick some serious ass! No wonder his scheduled opponent, "Sexy Monkey" Robin Knightwing, was a no-show. Pissed off by nature, TID was a formidable foe before he injured his leg. A pissed off TID with something to prove is about as scary as it gets. Someone had to fill Monkey's spot and the rookie Ethan Page drew the short straw. TID showed no sign of his leg injury as he pummeled Page from pillar to post. Ethan spent the match screaming in agony and was almost certainly on his way to being pinned when Dan-e-o suddenly appeared at ringside. TID dropped Page and flipped his dreadlocked nemesis into the ring, prepared to inflict some long awaited payback. Unfortunately for TID he either forgot, or was unaware, of Dan-e-o's new alliance with the Flatliners. Burns & Asylum rushed the ring and attacked TID from behind. Once they had him on the mat they began hammering on his surgically repaired leg with a steel chair while Dan-e-o cavorted and danced with glee. It wasn't until former Flatliner, Rico Montana showed up with a chair of his own that the rule-breakers fled the ring. TID was awarded the match by DQ. Naturally, TID & Rico joined forces and challenged the Flatliners to put their Tag Tiles on the line at the next show. LLW Commissioner, Ricky Stardust, came out to the ring and informed everyone that the Flatliners would be defending their titles at the next show against not only TID & Rico but also The Whoresmen and The Wild Stallions in a 4 Corners Match.

LLW Heavyweight Championship

"Dangerboy" Derek Wylde (C) vs Rip Impact w/ Amy Victory

A main event anywhere, this match played second fiddle to the much hyped Ironman match that followed it but with two of the finest wrestlers in Canada scrapping it out for LLW's top title, Wylde vs Impact takes a backseat to no one. Absolutely freaking amazing! Impact's greatest effort to date and Dangerboy at the top of his game; this bout had fans on the edge of their seats throughout. There were enough "Holy shit" moments to bury Hamilton a mile deep in sacred feces! I'm not even going to try and describe the action. It was fantastic from bell to bell. Ask anyone who was there... Wylde vs Impact ROCKED! Buy the dvd and see for yourself. (And sadly, since Impact just busted his leg, that's the only way to see these two wrestle each other for awhile.) Kudos to LLW for giving Impact the opportunity so many other promoters deny him.

60 Minute Ironman Match

Johnny Devine vs Tyson Dux

You know the history that led to this match (or you should if you'd read what I suggested at the start of this review.) Cruz was out and with his exit went all the attendant drama. Tyson & Devine really had no issues. There was no feud... no back story between them. It was just two guys, who happened to be among the best Canada has produced, facing each other in a guaranteed 60 minute match. They know and respect each other. With any lesser talents in this match this contest could have been a pale shadow of the dream match it replaced but it was anything but that. Dux & Devine combined to create a bell to bell storyline that surpassed and outshone not only every other match on the card, but every other match in Ontario this year. Simply put... This was the best damn match I've witnessed live in the last 20 years. It had everything from the slow comedy infused feeling out process, to the crazy brawling outside the ring, the technical wizardry of the middle stanza and the final dramatic moments of heart and stamina. A match for the ages... a classic... a clinic in match psychology... a demonstration of incredible athleticism... a 60 minute masterpiece co-written by two consummate artists. I've often said that Pro Wrestling is neither real nor fake... it is magic. This match embodies that statement like no other. Dux and Devine proved that you don't need promos, angles or gimmicks to give fans a performance they will remember forever; just the talent, the will and the desire to showcase wrestling in its purest form. It was as good as everyone who saw it says it was. Better even.

I remember Brisco vs Funk, Kiniski vs Jonathan, Hart vs Smith. Matches that so enthralled me that even now, years later, I still get goosebumps thinking about them. Such was the effect Devine vs Dux - 60 Minute Ironman, has had. I thank them for that. And I thank LLW for bringing it to us.


November 24, 2007 – November Reign

Hamilton, Ontario

LLW Heavyweight Championship Match:"Danger Boy" Derek Wylde (C) VS. a member of Ontario Top Team

LLW Steel City Championship Match (No DQ): "The Big Ticket" Reggie Marley (C) VS. George Terzis

LLW Tag Team Championship: Four Corners Match

The Flatliners (C) VS. Notorious T.I.D. & Rico Montana VS. The Wild Stallions VS. The Four Whoresmen

Grudge Match: Josh Alexander VS. "The Bodyguard" Mike Rollins w/ Josh Taylor (C)

I Quit Match: Miss Danyah VS. "Girl Dynamite" Jennifer Blake

Hornet's Homecoming: "Textbook" Tyson Dux VS. "The International Superstar" Hornet

Hayden Avery VS. Sebastian Sauve w/ Jules



Construction on our schools facility had been delayed due to labor problems.

However we are back on schedule and are currently accepting reservations for the school

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New Wrestlers sign with Loco Wrestling:  Sinister X Devon Moore Teddy Fine Joker Sabian Sebastian Dark CJ Sensation Dr. Spider John McChesney


Loco Wrestling and TVByDemand are sponsoring a table at the Philadelphia Super Show on Nov 24th and 25th at the New Alahambra Arena!

Ricky Reyes, Sinister X, Devon Moore and Nick Suave will be at the table signing autographs and meeting the fans!

Come down and join us!! Get autographs meet and greet your favorite wrestlers!



CALIFORNIA: Los Angeles Dojo 11/18 Los Angeles, CA

Chimera vs Hellblazer

Hellblazer got the win after hitting the "Specter Driver" on Chimera.

Cadaver and Berzerker vs El Pika and Mini Black Shadow.

During the peak of this match, Durango ran in,hitting both El Pika and Mini Black Shadow with a weight belt,shortly after that Berzerker hit Mini Black shadow,Cadaver quickly got the roll up for the win.

Thunderwolf vs "Big Nasty" Eric Watts

Big Nasty was assisted by the bigger half of HGH (Half God Heavyweights) Threat.Making Thunderwolf vulnerable for Big Nasties devastating finisher,the F5.

Robbie Phoenix vs Threat

Thunderwolf came out to assist Robbie Phoenix after being attacked in the previous match, Thunderwolf clobbers Threat and helps Robbie Phoenix get the win. After the match Threat got on the mic and challenged both Robbie and Thunderwolf to face the tag team of HGH next Sunday night.

Keylo and Orion vs (The Massive Brothers) Steve Pain and Colossal Chris

This match was completely one sided,as Orion chose not to help, or even get tagged in by Kaylo.The Massive brothers laid the Massive Beatdown on Kaylo for about 15 minutes,while Orion watched it all go down.The finish saw Steve Pain and Colossal Chris hit Kaylo with the massive finish the "Skellet Driver".

Chilango, Angel and El Pika vs The Santino Bros. Kaos and Mongol along with Durango.

For the majority of this match the heels dominated,using a weight belt Durango had found. All 3 men , Chilango, Angel and El Pika tried their best to avoid the beating The Santino Bros and Durango were handing them,occasionally getting in a few moves.Finally they were able to get Durango cornered,whipping him to the ropes, and before you know it,while the ref wasn't looking Durango was quick enough to hit Angel in the lower regions, following it up with a quick schoolboy pin, referee Cesar Ramirez ran in and did the fast 1...2...3 count.

Thanks to everyone who came and supported the Los Angeles Dojo on this night of Pro Wrestling, We hope to see all you back next Sunday night




Global Promociones 11/15 – Parque Revolucion de Culiacan

1. Anesteciador/Rudy Estrada/Sparta beat Frank el Payaso/Orion/El Principe

2. ??

3. Lumberjack Match: Asesino Negro Jr./Mario Mora/Rosabel/? beat Monster Truck I/Muralla Negra/Bello Juan/Pedro el Hermoso

4. Pacific Coast Welterweight Title: Doberman defeated Relampago to retain his title.

5. Alebrije/Intocable/Oriental beat Chessman/Ozz/Pirata Morgan after Ozz fouled Chessman

Independent 11/15 – Arena Neza

1. Angus & Hijo de Acero beat Crismar & Renegado

2. Polvora & Vaquero defeated Los Rayos Tapatios I y II

3. Hajime Ohara/Shigeo Okumura/Super Comando beat Angel Azteca Jr./Metalico/Stuka Jr.

4. Mascara contra Mascara: Pequeno Olimpico defeated Gitanito who unmasked as Cristian Armando Hernandez Garcia from the DF with 13 years experience.

5. Los Perros del Mal (Mr. Aguila/Damian 666/Damian el Terrible) beat Ephesto/Mephisto/Universo Dos Mil

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

1. El Angel/El Brazo/Super AAA beat Barba Roja/Billy Boy/Pirata Morgan Jr.

2. Fabi y Mari Apache/Ayako Hamada defeated Estrellita/Linda Star/Sexy Star

3. Escoria/Espiritu/Ozz beat La Fuerza Aerea (Aero Star/Rey Cometa/Super Fly) – Aero Star got stretchered out.

4. Bull Terrier Match: Scorpio Jr. & Zumbido defeated Alan Stone & Intocable with help from Decnis.

5. Electroshock & Zorro beat Charly Manson & Chessman

6. Brazo de Plata/Elegido/Octagon/La Parka Jr. defeated Head Hunter I/Konnan/El Mesias/Sean Waltman by DQ when La Legion interfered. Konnan & Mesias started bickering after the match that begins their big angle coming up.

Promociones Azteca 11/15 – Arena Xalapa

1. Gore & Gabriel o Gabriela beat Crazy Man & Rey Garfio Jr.

2. Caballero Negro Jr./Guerrero del Infierno/Perro Mocho Jr. defeated Cosmos/Jaguar/Samurai

3. Mascara Purpura/Stuka Jr./Valiente fought Sagrado/La Sombra/Volador Jr. to a draw and they agreed to a rematch for the Mexican National Trios Titles.

4. Blue Panther (subbing for Shocker)/Mistico/Rey Bucanero beat Averno/Black Warrior/Ultimo Guerrero

5. Mascara contra Caballera: L.A. Par-K defeated Pierroth – This match had barbed wire, fire, light tubes, & tables.

EMLL 11/16 – Arena Mexico

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

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

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

4. CMLL Femenil Title: Amapola defeated Lady Apache to win the title.

5. Black Warrior/Hijo del Lizmark/Toscano beat Rey Bucanero/Shocker/La Sombra – Rey/Shocker vs. El Black/Toscano is heading for a hair match on the big Arena Mex show on 12/7.

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

AAA Lucha Libre Show for November 17, 2007

Posted on 11/18/107 by Victor Martinez

Yes, I'm still around. I'm reviewing this because the AAA show was only 2 hours, not 3, which is alot better. For me it was like asking would you like getting beaten over the head for 3 hours or for 2? Huh, I'll take 2, thanks. This featured the wrestling return of Konnan and Scott Hall.

The show opens with the commentators paying tribute to Antonio Pena. Which the whole show was dedicated to.

This was a lights out match, or match taking place in Day-Glo colors:

Psicosis, Histeria, Mr. Niebla vs El Elejido, Octagon, Alebrije with Cuije

1 Fall: Everybody was wearing some neon glowing stuff on some part of their costumes. Octagon and Histeria started it, and the tecnicos get to put their moves on the rudos, until the rudos break out thier day-glo bats and beat the tecs with them. Some chair shots are also given out. Psicosis does a Frankensteiner on Alebrije. The rudos put Cuije into a Tapatia. Cuije does a low blow to Niebla, and the tecs start their comeback. Niebla does a tope to Alebrije, and Elejido gets a gang beating, and Histeria does a spring board moonsault to him, and Elejido is gang pinned.

A giant Medallion is brought to the ring by Joaquin Roldan with two girls, Pena is on it, and it goes to the winner of the Pena Elimination Tourney. The medallion not the girls.

Pena Tournament:

Super Porky vs X-Pac

1 Fall: Slow match as you can imagine. Alicia Webb is on the apron flirting with Porky. Porky does a bronco buster to X-Pac. Porky finally gives in and goes over to Alicia, but X-Pac school boys him and pins Porky for the win.

X-Pac vs Mascara Devina

1 Fall: A much faster paced match, with the action swinging back and forth. Pac does a pescado to Devina to the outside. Devina does a tope to him. Alicia interferes but Devina grabs him, Pac comes running in and runs into Alicia. Devina pins him in an inverted 'rana.

Mascara Devina vs Kenzo Suzuki

1 Fall: There was no pause between matches the next guy would come running out. Devina delivers some kicks to Kenzo then a missile drop kick, but misses a plancha. Kenzo fakes a low blow, then pins Devina after a knee drop.

Kenzo Suzuki vs La Parka Jr.

1 Fall: Parka delivers some clotheslines with his good arm, then a tope. Parka does a Scorpion Death Drop but Kenzo kicks out. Parka does a guillotine leg drop for another 2 count. Kenzo gets an arm lock on Parka's bad arm but Parka made the ropes. Kenzo teases a martinette, but he didn't do it then locks on another arm lock on his bad arm, but Parka didn't give. Parka made a come back and got some near falls with a snap suplex and an overhead release suplex. Then Kenzo low kicked Parka with a mule kick and submitted him with another arm lock on his bad arm.

Kenzo Suzuki vs Laredo Kid

1 Fall: The size difference is obvious, Kenzo throws him around a while. Kenzo did a sloppy splash as Laredo turned sideways as Kenzo was coming down. Kenzo did a over head release suplex on Laredo who landed on his head. Karma catches up to Kenzo who received a low blow mule kick from Laredo, and an enzuigiri then pins him after an shooting star press.

Laredo Kid vs Ron Killings

1 Fall: Ron attacks right away. Laredo looked exhausted, but he pulled out a Frankensteiner on Killings, but Laredo was injured in doing it. The match was stopped and awarded to Killings, Laredo couldn't continue. The replay showed on the Franken, Killings' butt came down on Laredo's knee who didn't get out of way in time. He was carried out.

Ron Killings vs Alan Stone

1 Fall: Ron attacks right away again and stomps Stone. Alan made a come back, Killings did a frontward suplex on Alan and got a 2 count. Killings went for a power bomb but Alan rolled through it and pinned him with sunset flip.

Alan Stone vs Scorpio Jr.

1 Fall: Decnis and Guapito came out with Scorpio. Scorpio attacks right away, Guapito hands Scorpio a fork and Scorpio blades Alan with it. Scorpio does a suplex for a 2 count. At this point Tirantes Sr. came out, argued his son, jr. and basically tossed him out of ring and took over refereeing the match. Stone makes a comeback, but hits Tirantes Sr., Intocable came out and distracted everybody, Stone rolled Scorpio into a majistral cradle but Tirantes wouldn't count, but Intocable did, it somehow counted just the same. Stone won.

Alan Stone vs Charly Manson

1 Fall: They start by exchanging punches, Stone gets a quick two count. They trade moves back and forth. Stone was gonna do a spring board to the outside, but he was gonna miss so he hung onto the top rope, managed to flip back inside, and went up and did a plancha out instead. Charly did a 'rana but Stone rolled through it and got a 2 count. Charly then did his figure four dragon screw leg whip and submitted Stone for the win.

Charly Manson vs Scott Hall

1 Fall: Hall came out with X-Pac and Killings. Scott chops him and does some clotheslines to him in the corner. Charly did a missile drop kick and got a 1 count. Scott did a Lariat and got a 2 count. Scott did a fallaway slam and got another 2 count. Scott was gonna toss Charly off the top rope but Charly shifted himself and fell on Scott for a 2 count. Scott did a chokeslam for a 2 count. Scott then the same thing, same result. Scott then went for the Outsiders Edge power bomb but Charly fought his way out of it. Scott went for a small package but Charly rolled the other way and pinned him for the win.

Charly Manson vs Konnan

1 Fall: Konnan had with him, Scott Hall, X-Pac, Ron Killings and Alicia. Konnan gets in some punches on Charly as Charly plays dead. Charly gets in some punches on Konnan but Konnan's team attack Charly. Charly makes a come back punches everybody. Charly did a double back elbow to Pac and Killings. Konnan then throws some powder at Charly, but got only a 2 count. Konnan then locks on a sleeper hold on Charly, but Charly fought his way out of it. Hall then does the Outsiders Edge power bomb to Charly, at this point La Parka came out to support Charly, he put Charly's foot of the ropes during a pin. Pac gives Charly a face buster. Pac accidently hit ref. Tirantes Sr. Konnan then puts on another sleeper on Charly but Charly kicks off the top rope, falls on Konnan, and bridges back to pin Konnan for the win. Charly and Parka get beaten down afterward. After Konnan's posse leaves, Roldan awards Charly the giant medallion.

The End, that wraps up this two hour show, I thought it was pretty good this time. Nice change of pace from all the team matches week after week. I hope the two hour shows continue.

Independent 11/17 – Plaza de Toros la Concordia de Orizaba

1. Shockercito & Ultimo Dragoncito beat Mini Black Warrior & Pequeno Damian 666

2. Destroyer & Emperador defeated Bengala & Estruendo

3. Amapola & La Nazi beat Luna Magica & Marcela

4. Sagrado & La Sombra defeated Ephesto & Misterioso II

5. Mistico/Shocker/Volador Jr. beat Atlantis/Averno/Mephisto

EMLL 11/18 – Arena Coliseo

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

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

3. Euforia/Mr. Mexico/Nosferatu beat Fabian el Gitano/Leono/Mictlan when Mr. Mex fouled Leono behind the ref’s back.

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

5. Dos Caras Jr./Marco Corleone/Shocker beat Perro Aguayo Jr./Damian el Terrible/Hijo del Texano

Monterrey 11/18 – Arena Coliseo de Monterrey

1. Dranser & Euforia beat Scravos & Shenky

2. Dr. Cianuro/Guerrero Blanco/Virtual X defeated Baby Fox/Criminal/Iron

3. Mari Apache & Mini Abismo Negro beat Sexy Star & Mini Chessman

4. Rey Cometa & Super Fly defeated Guerrero Negro Jr. & Sangre Chicana

5. Espiritu & Ozz beat Crazy Boy & Joe Lider


11/20 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara

1. Thunder Boy vs. Valentin Mayo

2. Idolo vs. Frayle de la Muerte

3. Metatron vs. Danger

4. Metal Blanco vs. Infierno

5. Cuadrangular de Parejas – Participants: Rayman & Sagrado/Mr. Aguila & Damian 666/Emilio Charles Jr. & Satanico/Mascara Ano Dos Mil & Universo Dos Mil

6. Dos Caras Jr. vs. Hector Garza

11/20 – Arena Mexico

1. Electrico & Mini Fantasy vs. Fire & Pequeno Violencia

2. Luna Magica/Marcela/Princesa Blanca vs. La Nazi/Raven Hiroka/Mima Shimoda

3. Metalico/Mictlan/Tigre Blanco vs. Diamante Negro Jr./Escandalo/Nitro

4. CMLL Minis Title: Pequeno Olimpico (c) vs. Pequeno Damian 666

5. Felino/La Sombra/Stuka Jr. vs. Hijo del Texano/Misterioso II/Hajime Ohara

6. Blue Panther/Alex Koslov/Negro Casas vs. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Olimpico/Ultimo Guerrero)


11/20 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara

1. Thunder Boy vs. Valentin Mayo

2. Idolo vs. Frayle de la Muerte

3. Metatron vs. Danger

4. Metal Blanco vs. Infierno

5. Cuadrangular de Parejas – Participants: Rayman & Sagrado/Mr. Aguila & Damian 666/Emilio Charles Jr. & Satanico/Mascara Ano Dos Mil & Universo Dos Mil

6. Dos Caras Jr. vs. Hector Garza


11/20 – Arena Mexico

1. Electrico & Mini Fantasy vs. Fire & Pequeno Violencia

2. Luna Magica/Marcela/Princesa Blanca vs. La Nazi/Raven Hiroka/Mima Shimoda

3. Metalico/Mictlan/Tigre Blanco vs. Diamante Negro Jr./Escandalo/Nitro

4. CMLL Minis Title: Pequeno Olimpico (c) vs. Pequeno Damian 666

5. Felino/La Sombra/Stuka Jr. vs. Hijo del Texano/Misterioso II/Hajime Ohara

6. Blue Panther/Alex Koslov/Negro Casas vs. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Olimpico/Ultimo Guerrero)

11/20 – Arena Queretaro

1. Luminoso vs. Estrella Dorada Jr.

2. Aviador & Galaxy vs. Dark Crazy & Sindrome

3. Espiritu Negro & Perro del Ring vs. Principe Valiente Jr. & Ursus

4. Ultimo Dragon & Valiente vs. Hajime Ohara & Sangre Azteca

5. La Mascara/Maximo/Mistico vs. Black Warrior/Olimpico/Vangelis

11/20 – Gimnasio Municipal de San Diego de la Union de Guanajuato

1. ?

2. ??

3. Aero Star/Angel Volador/Nemesis vs. Jesse/Juventud Rockera/Yuriko

4. El Angel & Fabi Apache vs. Nygma & La Chola

5. Alebrije & Elegido vs. Abismo Negro & Pirata Morgan

11/22 – Explanada Tomos Oro Gaytan de Ciudad Obregon

1. ?

2. ??

3. ???

4. Hijo del Santo & Mascara Sagrada vs. L.A. Par-K & Nicho el Millionario


11/22 – Unidad Deportivo Agustin Millan de Toluca (TV taping)

1. Aero Star/El Gato Eveready/Super AAA vs. Mega/Toxico/X-Fly

2. Barba Roja/Hijo del Pirata Morgan/Pirata Morgan Jr. vs. Los Diabolicos (Angel Mortal/Mr. Condor/Gallego)

3. Billy Boy/Cinthia Moreno/Fabi Apache vs. Mr. Niebla/Ayako Hamada/Mari Apache

4. Alan Stone/Intocable/Super Calo vs. Los Guapos VIP (Decnis/Scorpio Jr./Zumbido)

5. 3 Way Dance: Charly Manson & Cibernetico vs. La Parka Jr. & Luchador Sorprea vs. Electroshock & Zorro

11/23 – Arena Mexico

1. Astro Boy & Starman vs. Caligula & Messala

2. Dark Angel/Lady Apache/Marcela vs. Amapola/Medusa/Princesa Sugei

3. La Mascara/Mascara Purpura/La Sombra vs. Ephesto/Misterioso II/Sangre Azteca

4. Dos Caras Jr./Marco Corleone/Volador Jr. vs. Perro Aguayo Jr./Los Villanos IV y V

5. Mistico/Rey Bucanero/Shocker vs. Averno/Black Warrior/Toscano


11/23 – Auditorio Municipal de Tijuana

1. Spark vs. Arlequin

2. Kimura & TJ Power vs. Mazambula & Mozambique

3. Hijo del Rey Misterio/Hijo del Super Muneco/La Diamantina vs. Hijo del Supremo/Pandillero I/Tornado Negro

4. Hijo del Anibal/Hijo del Solitario/Mascara Sagrada vs. El Dandy/Nicho el Millionario/Rey Misterio

5. Hijo del Santo vs. L.A. Par-K


11/23 – Arena Mexico

1. Astro Boy & Starman vs. Caligula & Messala

2. Dark Angel/Lady Apache/Marcela vs. Amapola/Medusa/Princesa Sugei

3. La Mascara/Mascara Purpura/La Sombra vs. Ephesto/Misterioso II/Sangre Azteca

4. Dos Caras Jr./Marco Corleone/Volador Jr. vs. Perro Aguayo Jr./Los Villanos IV y V

5. Mistico/Rey Bucanero/Shocker vs. Averno/Black Warrior/Toscano

11/25 – Arena Coliseo (Last show here until construction is finished)

1. Sombra de Plata & Trueno vs. Artillero & Super Comando

2. Lady Apache/Marcela/Princesa Blanca vs. Amapola/Rosa Negra/La Seductora

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

4. Alex Koslov/Rey Bucanero/Sagrado vs. Los Villanos (III/IV/V)

5. Blue Panther/Marco Corleone/Negro Casas vs. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Olimpico/Ultimo Guerrero)

11/25 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara

1. Quazar vs. Valentin Mayo

2. Golden & Oro II vs. Azazel & Egipcio

3. Evola/El Gallo/Magnum vs. Depredador/Exterminador/Mach-1

4. Leono & Stuka Jr. vs. Malefico & Pierroth

5. Dos Caras Jr./Shocker/Ultimo Dragon vs. Black Warrior/Damian el Terrible/Hijo del Lizmark


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

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 & Halloween

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


12/7 – Arena Mexico

1. Caballeras contra Caballeras: Rey Bucanero & Shocker vs. Black Warrior & Toscano

For lucha libre information, current results and events, including Kris Z’s reports, visit




Advance Tickets for "Rise Up - 2007" on Wednesday December 5th are now on sale at all MPW Ticket Outlets. Online Tickets are now avaliable as well, however a $1 Service Charge will be added to the advance price ticket.


November 7th, 2007 - “Pain Is Temporary, Pride Is Forever”

Christian Vaughn defeated OMG

Cyrus Poe defeated Sami Callihan

Juggulator defeated Super Oprah

Aaron Williams defeated Jazin Blaze

*MPW Tag Team Titles*

Irish Airborne(Dave & Jake Crist) defeated Messiah's of Violence(Lou Roberts & Dustin Rays)

*MPW Heavyweight Championship*

*Fans Bring The Weapons*

Mad Man Pondo defeated Drake Younger


Mad Pro Wrestling returns to Chillicothe, OH on December 5 at Cardo's Restaurant & Bar (27 W Second Street)

Already signed:

Former IWGP Tag Champion/Ring of Honor Pure Champion, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla/Full Impact Pro/Ring of Honor World Champion "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson vs. Jon Moxley

*MPW Heavyweight Championship Three-Way*

Mad Man Pondo(c) vs. Necro Butcher vs. Drake Younger

*MPW Tag Team Titles*

Irish Airborne(c) vs. TBA

*Females Match*

Hailey Hatred vs. Mary Elizabeth

Also signed: Sam Hane, "New Horror" Sami Callihan, Super Oprah, The Black & Blue Crew (Tommy Chill/Cyrus Poe), OMG, Aaron Williams, & more TBA Soon!

Tickets are Front Row - $15/General Admission - $10 in advance or $12 at the door

Advance Tickets available NOW at:  Valero/Subway (520 S. Paint Street, Chillicothe, OH)

Custom Power Sports (790 Western Avenue, Chillicothe, OH)

Cardo's Restaurant & Bar (27 W. Second Street, Chillicothe, OH)

2 Dollar Pistol Tattoo Shop (203 N. Bridge Street, Chillicothe, OH)

Tickets may also be purchased ONLINE via our website or our Myspace page, however there will be a $1 Handling Fee added onto the Advance Price. ONLINE Tickets will be held at the door so please make sure you put down your name As Shown on your ID when purchasing tickets!

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November 3   November Nightmare

JT Lightning & Chris Cronus d. The BFFs (Jiggy Jeff Jevic & Hobo Joe)  to retain the US Tag Team Titles

Too Kool Abdul d. TJ Dynamite

Billy Taylor vs. Anthony Rebis ended in a no contest when a mysterious  man dressed in a bloody smock interfered and attacked both men

Marion Fontaine d. Eric Ryan to retain the Light Heavyweight Title

Curt Fury d. Soda Pop Johnson

Chris Kole d. Louis St Clair

Shawn Blaze d. The Bouncer in a casket match to retain the Brass  Knuckles Title

Luis Diamante d. Jason Bane to retain the US Title

in the annual Costume Battle Royal refereed by "Bill Alfonzo" and called by "Jim Ross", "Alex Shelly" outlasted other "International Wrestling Superstars" such as "Matt & Jeff Hardy","The Great Kahli","Rowdy Roddy Piper","MNM","Val Venis","Shark Boy","Kane" w/ "Paul Bearer","Konnan","Dusty Rhodes","Rey Misterio","The  Genius","Candice Michelle","Randy Savage","Paul Heyman","The Steiner  Brothers","Raven", and "Wild Samoan Sika"


December 15th, 2007

South Amherst Community Center, 500 West main St. (Rt 113), South Amherst, OH

Second Harvest for "Night of Champions"



Sat. December 15th, 9:00 PM

Shake-It-Up Show Club, Branson, MO

(Tickets Available at the door the night of the event)Special V.I.P. seating will be available for sale in advance

e-mail us for info about V.I.P. seating:

Sat. January 12th, 7:30 PM

Fairgrounds Indoor Expo Building. Harrison, AR

Tickets Go On Sale December 12th, Tickets will be available for purchase on-line

and at Crossroads Pizza & Video





Saturday, November 24th, 2007, Good Time Emporium * Somerville, MA



Saturday, November 24th, 2007 , Good Time Emporium * Somerville, MA

Featuring TNA X Division Champ Black Machismo, WWE Star Al Snow & more!




November 18, 2007 NWA-MSW TV

Bandit w/ Big Willie Blackheart DEF War Machine w/ Lady Viper by pinfall

Johnny Blast & Diablo Jr. DEF "Irish Ironman" Sean O'Sullivan and "Tough" Tony Lee by pinfall

"Raw Talent" Ricky Shane DEF Big Willie Blackheart w/ Bandit by pinfall

Jason "The Gift" Kincaid & Maestro Vs. Kris King & Billy Lit - NO CONTEST

November 17, 2007 Bud, WV

Johnny Blast & Diablo Jr. DEF The Prowlers by pinfall

Spoiler DEF "Irish Ironman" Sean O'Sullivan by pinfall

Maestro DEF Billy Lit by pinfall

Tag-Team Tile Match: Bunkhouse Boys DEF Frank "The Tank" Parker and "Raw Talent" Ricky Shane by DQ

November 16, 2007 Mt. Hope, WV

Maestro DEF Billy Lit by Pinfall

Tag-Team Title Match: Bunkhouse Boys DEF Johnny Blast and Diablo Jr. by DQ

Jason "The Gift" Kincaid DEF "Raw Talent" Ricky Shane by pinfall

Prowler w/ Big Poppy DEF J.C. Dykes Jr. by pinfall

Billy Lit DEF Spoiler w/ Big Poppy by pinfall

11/11/2007 NWA MSW TV

The Bunkhouse Boys DEF "Tough" Tony Lee and Scotty Brooks (non title match)

Billy Lit DEF Total Eclipse W/ Big Poppy

War Machine & "Raw Talent" Ricky Shane W/ Lady Viper DEF Johnny Blast & Diablo Jr.

Kris King DEF The Maestro via DQ after Jason 'The Gift' Kincaid interfered.


Saturday December 1,  Fallsview Comm. Center, Fallsview, WV

NWA-MSW 100th TV show, Jingle Bell Bash, Belltime - 7:30PM

Friday December 7th, Princeton Rec. Center, Princeton, WV, Jingle Bell Bash, Belltime - 7:30PM

Saturday, December 8th, Hinton, WV, Jingle Bell Bash, Belltime - 7:30PM

Saturday, December 15, Pow Wow Center, Bud, WV, Jingle Bell Bash, Belltime - 7:30PM




Cornelia, GA – November 17, 2007

Posted on 11/19/107 by Larry Goodman

NWA Anarchy owner Jerry Palmer says it’s on with the Georgia Athletic and Entertainment Commission and their proposal for ultra-stiff regulation of pro wrestling.

Palmer opened last night’s show by asking the Anarchy fans how they would react if he told them this was the last pro wrestling show in Georgia. You know how that went over. Palmer informed the crowd that if the GAEC had their way with the new regulations, pro wrestling would disappear from the state.

Palmer asked for volunteers to circulate petitions protesting the actions of the GAEC. He didn’t have any trouble getting them. Bill Behrens distributed 10 petitions with room for 300 signatures each. (Those interested in having their names added to the petition can email  You must include your address and phone number).

Palmer then cut something of a promo on the members of the GAEC. Palmer said they were messing with tax payers money. Palmer said their qualifications included being a pawn shop owner (Phillip Hunnicutt) and a retired gynecologist (T. Wayne Bloodworth, M. D., who got his medical degree from Autonomous University in Guadalajara).

The crowd popped when Palmer introduced Rylie DeWeese. She's the little girl that was recently bitten in the face by a pit bull. The Anarchy family has been raising money to help with DeWeese’s medical expenses. Palmer announced that an NWA Anarchy calendar was going on sale with a portion of the proceeds going to DeWeese. Take that GAEC.

The show itself was a step up from two weeks ago with the usual solid in ring, interesting storyline developments and mega hot crowd. It was a night dominated by tag team matches, five in all. Their best laid plans went awry, the result being consecutive shows where the final segment was a hot angle rather than a match.

The crowd of 225 was the largest attendance for a television taping in 2007.

Greg Hunter got the television taping underway doing double duty as ring announcer and play-by-play man. He was assisted by the always obnoxious John Johnson on color.

(1) New Wave (Derrick Driver & Steven Walters) & Regular Guys (Bobby Hill & Tyler Smith) beat Hollywood Brunettes (Andrew Alexander & Kyle Matthews) & Talent and Money (J. T Talent & Andrew Pendleton III in 7:26. The crowd was into the fast-paced atomicos action. Guys showed a lot more fire here than in their debut two weeks ago. Walters took the heat. He’s added some size of late. Matthews foiled his chances for a tag with a stiff kick to the kidneys. Walters managed to kick out of a middle rope legdrop by Pendelton. Driver ran wild with the hot tag. He used a series of drop toeholds to stack up three of the heels and hit a cool spinning facebuster. The pin got broken up. Eight man mayhem ensued. Hill did a tope with so much velocity that he damned near landed on his head. Brunettes tried to double team Driver, but Walters pulled Matthews out and Driver pinned Alexander with a victory roll. Nice finish. It’s been a long dry spell for Brunettes, who are winless since September 15.

(2) T-N-T (Todd Sexton & Tony Santorelli) beat Wes Grissom & Salvatore Rinauro in 10 minutes. Santorelli is more ripped now than he ever was when in he was in Deep South under a WWE contract. Big pop for Rinauro and Grissom. Sexton immediately blasted away on little Wes. Grissom answered with aerial maneuvers. Grissom took quite a beating as the babyface-in-peril. The Bleacher Bums chanted for Sexton, but they were drowned out by the masses chanting for Grissom. T-N-T suffered through a series of miscues. The hot tag came after Grissom ducked and Santorelli clotheslined Sexton. Santorelli kicked out of a reverse roll up and launched Rinauro right into a Thesz Press on his partner. T-N-T collided again, and Rinauro scored a near fall on Santorelli with a rolling prawn. Sexton got crotched on the top turnbuckle. Grissom scored near falls with a top rope huracanrana and a springboard DDT. But three top rope moves proved to be one too many. Santorelli upended Grissom and Sexton kicked his face in with a running dropkick for the pin.

(3) Phil Shatter (with Jeff G. Bailey) pinned Jeff Lewis to retain the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title in 9:55. This match didn’t click. It certainly won’t make the Lewis highlight reel. His offense didn’t look very effective against Shatter. When Lewis tried for a pescado, Shatter caught him and did a number on his back with the post and rail. Shatter applied a bear hug. Lewis landed with a nasty thud after being tossed out. Shatter got into a verbal altercation with the fans (a no-no under the GAEC proposed regs). Lewis took advantage of the distraction with a dropkick that knocked Shatter off the apron. Back inside the ring, Lewis went for the Final Curtain and Shatter countered with a power slam. Moments later, Bailey cracked Lewis in the back with the title belt when referee Harold James wasn’t looking. Shatter finished Lewis with the PTSD powerbomb.

(4) Awesome Attraction (Austin Creed & Hayden Young) beat Jeremy Vain & Rob Adonis to retain the NWA Anarchy tag titles with Jerry Palmer as special referee (9:54). Attraction got the main even level-star intro pop. The crowd chanted “Jerry, Jerry” when Palmer took over for Jacob Ashworth. Adonis was amazed that Young wanted to test his strength with the Roman knuckle lock. Adonis ended up getting his fingers stomped. Attraction dazzled Adonis with their speed. Creed hit a twisting springboard crossbody for a near fall. Vain walked right into a stiff lariat. Hilarious. Creed missed a Stinger splash at 3:45 and the heels took over. Interesting thing here was that they worked on Creed’s right wrist. Adonis cut Creed off with the Pounce to prevent a tag. Adonis spinebustered Creed and Young made the save. Enzuigiri by Creed. Young was bouncing Vain around like a pinball after the hot tag. Time for the pyrotechnics – a spinning headscissors by Creed and a flip dive by Young. Finish saw Vain use a chain on Creed. Palmer got wise to it and popped Vain. Young pinned Vain with the Flying Squirrel.

T-N-T jumped the Attraction, beat them down, and left with the title belts. Meanwhile, Vain was whipping Palmer with his belt. Not a couple of shots either. This was a lengthy whipping that got bigtime heat. The refs finally coaxed Vain and Adonis out of the ring.

Intermission. A good first hour but the second hour was even better. Hunter encouraged fans to sign the petition protesting the regulations being proposed by the GAEC.

(5) Devil’s Rejects (Azrael & Shaun Tempers with Reverend Dan Wilson) beat Slim J & Truitt Fields in 11:44. The teaming of J and Fields rocked the house with the longest, loudest babyface pop of the night. J and Tempers started out, and their work was probably the smoothest stuff all night long. Rejects got the advantage on Fields with a sneak knee to the back by Tempers followed up with a tornado kick up side the head from Azrael. Wicked chop exchange between Azrael and Fields here. Rejects pounded Fields until he was limp, but he kept kicking out. Wilson interjected his depraved gnome-like presence into the match. Azrael went for the Ted Bundy, but Fields countered with a Rockbottom. Hot tag to J. Crowd on fire as Rejects ate stiff lariats. J nailed Tempers with his flying reverse DDT. While Wilson was up on the apron distracting the ref, Patrick Bentley came from under the ring to spike J’s noggin with the Dark Driver. Tempers covered J for the 1-2-3. Good match. Rejects were already great, and Bentley has been a surprisingly awesome addition.

(6) Melissa Coates pinned Brayden McGuire in 3:54 with the Facelift. McGuire has wrestled around Georgia as Kid Ego. Match was decent enough. There was just something missing as far as connecting with the crowd. McGuire got a smidgen of offense before Coates squashed him. McGuire took big bumps and got tossed around like a rag doll. The “she’s a man“ chant was back. Coates hit an impressive one-armed sidewalk slam. She also busted out an old school Biel throw.

Referee Brent Wiley brought a package out to the ring. Coates tore it open to find a baby doll inside. Coates shredded the doll and fired the remains into the crowd. The identity of her secret admirer remains a mystery.

(7) Anger Alliance (Brodie Chase & Adam Roberts & Don Matthews) beat Billy Buck & Chris King & Jesse Emerson in 8:54. Roberts lion’s mane of hair has added something unique to his look. Chase and Roberts tried to upstage each other during the intros. King was the standout of the babyface shine. King and Buck dropped Matthews right on his head with an attempted double hiptoss. Scary spot. The heels beat on King. Chase and Roberts refused to tag each other and would only tag Matthews. Matthews used the BFK and a Samoan drop. Chase hit a spinning sitout spinebuster, but King rallied with a satellite Russian legsweep. King hot-tagged Emerson. Nobody much cared. Matthews took Emerson’s head off with a lariat. Matthews chose Chase over Roberts to make the pin.

World’s Prettiest Tag Team (Seth Delay & Adrian Hawkins) hit the ring with steel chairs. They whacked Roberts and Chase in their respective backs and gave Matthews a head sandwich. The girls were screaming their heads off for Delay’s swivel hips dance.

This scheduled backstage interview with Shadow Jackson was delayed due to technical difficulties.

(8) Mikal Judas vs. Iceberg (with Reverend Wilson) ended as a no contest at 9:21 with both men laid out by Shatter. The pop for Judas grows each time he enters the Anarchy ring. Split crowd with dueling chants. Feeling out process to start. Iceberg cheated first. They traded spots where each guy no sold one of the other guy’s big moves. Judas got up from a back suplex into the turnbuckles. Iceberg hit a powerslam for a one count only. Shatter and Bailey came to ringside. Wilson jabbed Judas with the Staff of Righteousness. Iceberg hit a diving headbutt to the goods. Iceberg with a belly to belly suplex for a near fall. Judas with a climbing stunner and both men down. The Kick of Death ~! from Judas sent Iceberg through the ropes. Iceberg, Judas and Shatter locked gazes in a three way staredown. Iceberg and Judas punched Shatter in perfect stereo. Shatter took a flat back bump on the hardwood floor that was sheer lunacy. Back inside the ring, Iceberg and Judas were knocked silly by a double lariat collision. Shatter tossed Brent Wiley through the ropes so fast he was lucky not to end up in the first row. Shatter left bot monsters laying, Judas with the PTSD and Iceberg with a spinebuster. Whoa. The bizarre appearance by yet another monster, Dominous, brought the carnage to an end. On his way out, Bailey taunted Judas with the title belt. Judas sat up and Bailey was blown away with disbelief. Judas and Iceberg came to a truce of sorts to close the show.

Hunter conducted a backstage interview with Jackson. Jackson said he didn’t see the betrayal by Nemesis coming. He knew Nemesis was a violent hothead, so he thought it was business as usual. After all, they were brothers.

With the crowd’s attention focused on the WrestleVision screen, Nemesis entered the building wearing a ski mask. He called Jackson out. Jackson hit the ring, but Nemesis jumped out before any physical contact occurred. A bazillion wrestlers hit the ring to hold Jackson back. We had pandemonium. Nemesis was escorted out of the building. A huge chant of “let them fight” erupted.

Behrens promised to get Jackson and Nemesis in the ring before Season’s Beatings on 12/29.

NOTES: Matches set for the 12/1 taping are T-N-T vs. Awesome Attraction and Devil’s Rejects vs. World’s Prettiest Tag Team…Slim J has his first amateur MMA match on 1/26 at the Extreme in Gainesville…Southern Extreme Championship Wresling was forced to make major changes in the lineup for their Sunday night show in Villa Rica. According to booker Ted Allen, several of his regulars (Cru Jones, Frankie Valentine and John Rodriguez) along with the debuting A. J. Steele were contacted by Great Championship Wrestling, where they are also employed, and offered double their money not to work the SECW show. Quentin Michaels responded that GCW had negotiated exclusive agreements with talent in light of their plans to promote their television product and live shows into new areas of Georgia and Alabama...Bull Buchanan, who the GCW and the SECW titles, canceled scheduled appearances for both companies this weekend. Buchanan was called to Japan by NOAH to substitute for the injured Bryan Danielson. Jimmy Rave has been added to the card in Villa Rica...Along with their weekly Sunday night show, SECW is running an eight man tournament on Thanksgiving night featuring Buff Bagwell, Tommy Rich, and Brad Armstrong…Happy Birthday to Reverend Dan Wilson….Billy Roper quit as ring announcer at GGW…Michaels was very pleased with the GCW shows that took place in downtown Columbus as part of the “God Bless Fort Benning” event. The crowd estimates were 750 for Friday night and 2000 on Saturday morning. GCW added extra matches to the Saturday show due to the large turnout….APW has their next big show in Royston set for 11/30 with Talent vs. Hawkins in a cage, Matthews & Vain vs. Jackson & ?, and Original Franchise vs. Buck & King for the tag titles.




Maple Ridge, BC – November 16, 2007

Before 275 fans

Billy Suede b Rick the Weapon X and Volcano

Azeem the Dream b Disco Fury

Veronika Vice b Nikki Matthews

Models Inc. b Bollywood Lions

Kyle O'Reilly b Ice

Cole Bishop b Sid Sylum

Amazing Halo b Phantasmo

Bryan Danielson d Scotty Mac

Danielson & Disco Fury b Scotty Mac & Azeem the Dream


Friday, November 23rd, 2007

Bridgeview Hall, Surrey, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM


Juggernaut vs. ???


Cole Bishop (champion) vs. DK Roc (challenger)


Greatness on Demand (champions) vs. BBC (challengers)



Ice vs. Kyle O'Reilly

Scotty Mac vs. "Brilliant" Billy Suede

Rick The Weapon X vs. Sid Sylum

Azeem the Dream vs. Tony Tisoy

Saturday, November 24th, 2007

Fraser Valley Seniors Centre, Abbotsford, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM

Friday, November 30th, 2007

Russian Community Centre

Vancouver, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM


Juggernaut vs. Scotty Mac



Ice vs. Kyle O'Reilly



Veronika Vice (champion) vs. Penni Lane (challenger) vs. Nikki Matthews (challenger)

"Tornado" Tony Kozina vs. Sid Sylum

Models Inc. vs. Fast Freddy Funk & Volcano

DK Roc vs. Tony Tisoy

Saturday, December 1st, 2007

Beban Park Centennial Building, Nanaimo, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM

Saturday, December 15th, 2007

Russian Community Centre, Vancouver, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM

Friday, December 28th, 2007

Bridgeview Hall, Surrey, BC

8 PM Belltime, Doors Open At 7:30 PM




NWA Indiana returns to Lafayette, Indiana on Wednesday, November 21st at the Lyn Treece Boys & Girls Club which is located at 1529 N 10th st.

Doors Open @ 6:00 - Bell Time @ 7:00

WWE Hall of Famer, Handsome Jimmy " The Boogie Woogie Man" Valiant returns to NWA Indiana and will be available for polaroids and autographs.

Here are some of the matches already signed

Jeremy Hadley vs Brett Havok

Don Basher vs Brian Roberts

NWA Indiana champion- The Metal Master vs Kenny Courageous

Former partners collide : Devon Fury vs PT Hussla

Guy Lombardo & Marc Houston vs Joey "Kidd" Owens & Rob Ramer

Also on the card: Johnny Rich, Martin Fernandez, Justin Andrews, Dustin Frost, Luis Rojas, Niko Killawaya, Kenneth James, Shawn Cook, Billy Roc and more!!

Log onto for more info.




FRIDAY, November 23rd, 2007

PAL HALL - 31 Franklin St. Fall River, MA, Doors: 6:15pm - Bell: 7:00PM

(Portion of the proceeds to benefit the Police Athletic League Youth Program)

TICKETS: $12.00 (G.A.) $15.00 (Ringside) $20.00 VIP

Advanced Tickets Avaialable at Ultra Tan - 96 South Main St. Fall River, MA


Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake vs."Lebanese Prince" Paul Lombardi


Justin Credible(Champion) vs. Jason Blade (Challenger)

NON-TITLE TAG TEAM BOUT: The Metro Men vs.The Alden Brothers

Tiger Aguibana vs. Furio Falcone

The debut of "Sports Illustrated Legend" Robbie Ellis

PLUS: Spike Dudley, "Heavenly" Johnny Angel, Freightrain, Gino Giovanni, Big Daddy Bravo,

The Stroke, The Guy, BK Jordan, Buck Nasty & more!

Champions & Card Are Subject To Change




November 19th, 2007 (Atkins, Va)

The NWA returned to beautiful Atkins, Virginia with another successful fundraiser for the Atkins Volunteer Fire Department. The night was highlighted by a main event Survivor Series match which pitted two tag teams made up of 5 men each. Also on the card, Sean Denny defended his NWA SPW Heavyweight Championship against Scotty Blaze. There were twists galore the entire night, including the reunion of The Xtreme Outlaws, followed by a violent break up as DP Holliday turned on his former partner and friend Mikkie McMasters. McMasters vowed revenge.

Look for that break up to air on the internet soon!

All and all, it was another successful fundraiser by the NWA in Virginia.


The NWA returns to Atkins, Va on March 15 with "Atkins ASSAULT!"

Keep checking for more information.




Sayreville and Ridgefield Park, New Jersey

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)


Nov 30, 2007, Knights of Columbus Hall, Belleville, NJ   7:45pm




A brand new episode of NECW TV is now on line. Watch the NECW wrestlers in action:


Return to live action on Friday night, November 30th for THE HARDER THEY FALL in Quincy, MA.




New Jack Wrestling comes to Cincinnati on December 15, 2007.

You can get pre-sale tickets for the December 15 show, BloodBath, during the tryouts at the Intense Arena, 3509 Warsaw Avenue, Cincinnati, OH; and can also buy tickets through Paypal or at the door on December 15.



Buford 11-17-07

Austin Meddler defeated Zodiac #1

Naveah defeated Amanda in the Ladies Match

NWF Tag Team Champions The Thugs defeated Ice & Horatio Sanchez

Benjamin Kimera defeated Jesse Hyde with his feet on the ropes

Pompano Joe won a Triple Threat Match over The Crybaby & Dr. Melvin Winkleman.

After the match, Winkleman attacked Pompano

The Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings defeated Jon Moxley

Unified Champion Christopher Michael Lotus defeated The Genuine Superstar Anthony Bryant Roger Ruffen & NWF Champion Ryan Stone defeated Tiny Tim & Stewie Backlund by hitting them both with a tire iron.

After the match, Tiny Tim challenged them for a tag team rematch on January 5th - and this time it will be a STREET FIGHT!


Wed 11.21.07, BoneKrushers, Cincinnati, OH

Sat 11.24.07, NWF STUFFED, Walton, KY

Sat 12.01.07, BoneKrushers, Cincinnati, OH

Sat 12.08.07, THUNDERdome, Wilmington, OH

Sat 12.22.07, Shimmers Ballroom, Ft. Wright, KY

Sat 12.29.07, NWF Seasons Beatings, Fairfield, OH

Sat 01.05.08, Community Center, Buford, OH




November Reign, November 3, 2007, Ashland, KY

Xcalibur defeated Ice

RETURN MATCH: Danny Ray defeated Dark Shadow

Sin-D defeated Nevaeh

JD Michaels defeated Damian Adams

OCW TAGTEAM CHAMPIONSHIP: The Maddox Bros(c) defeated Chris Michaels/Sergio

OCW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP: "Sexy" Sean Casey(c) defeated Apocalypse


Seasons Beating, December 8, 2007

Saturday Night @ The National Guard Armory, (2519 Lexington Avenue - Ashland, Ky.)

Doors Open @ 6:00PM Belltime @ 7:30PM




'Fearless' - November 17, 2007

Seb Drea beat Wheeler, Tyler Haze, and Nero

Team Woo w/PTW Owner Peter Staniforth beat Mean and Green w/Mr Tenacious

Paul McSherry beat Mikey the Pikey

G & Geraden defeated 3Some when Peter Staniforth restarted the match due to 3Some's cheating

Rich N Famous & Kyle Kraze beat Kid Regis & Frantastic

El Ligero beat Mad Man Manson, Prince Mohamed Ameen, and Martin Kirby

Shabazz defeated American All-Star to become the Number One contender to the PTW Heavyweight Title


Saturday, December 1, 2007 - "BulletProof",

Luton Rugby Club, Newlands Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU1 4BQ.

Doors open 7.00pm, the show starts at 7.30pm. 

Ticket prices are : Adults £8, Children/OAP/Student £5, and Family of four £20. 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!



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

Just Signed: Scotty McKeever has signed to return to Primal Conflict Wrestling. McKeever, under the tutelage of Ken Doll, is undefeated in PCW action. The wily veteran from Ronceverte, West Virginia is looking to go 3-0 at "Christmas Chaos". Who will be standing in his way?

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:  Brock singleton and Zachary Shane (with Candie) vs. The Ghetto Mafia (Qeenan Creed and 2 Dope)

"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




Saturday, December 1, 2007, 7:30pm Belltime

NAWF Returns to Whitewater, WI

Tickets: $14 ringside, $12 general,, $7 UW Students w/ID & Kids (12 & Under)

Location: "Old Armory" 146 W. North, Whitewater, WI

Order Tickets by Phone! Toll-Free (866) 842-5203



11/19/07 Niigata City Gym

9th Match: 6 man Tag Match 60 min Time Limit

Mitsuharu MISAWA, Yoshinari OGAWA & Kotaro SUZUKI (L) vs. Naomichi MARUFUJI, KENTA & Muhammad YONE (W) @19 min 24 sec. YONE beat SUZUKI from KINNIKU-MUSCLE BUSTER

8th Match: GHC Jr. Heavyweight Title Match 60 min Time Limit

Yoshinobu KANEMARU (Champion) (W) vs. Ricky MARVIN (Challenger) (L) @18 min 02 sec. KANEMARU beat MARVIN from TOUCH-OUT KANEMARU successfully defended his title for the 1st time.

7th Match: Global Hardcore Crown Title Match

Kentaro SHIGA (L) vs. Kishin KAWABATA (W) @24 min 26 sec. KAWABATA beat SHIGA from MOONSULT-PRESS KAWABATA became the 7th Global Hardcore Crown Champion!

6th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Takeshi MORISHIMA & Shuhei TANIGUCHI (L) vs. Bison SMITH & Akitoshi SAITO (W)


5th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit


4th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Yoshinari OGAWA & Taiji ISHIMORI (W) vs. Eddie EDWARDS & Takashi SUGIURA (L)

@13 min 46 sec. ISHIMORI beat EDWARDS from MEXICAN-ROLL UP

3rd Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Masao INOUE & Go SHIOZAKI (W) vs. Takuma SANo & Tsuyoshi KIKUCHI (L) @12 min 59 sec. INOUE beat KIKUCHI with NECK-LOCK HOLD

2nd Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit

Atsushi AOKI (W) vs. Tsutomu HIRAYANAGI (L) @10 min 21 sec. AOKI beat HIRAYANAGI from ASSAULT-POINT

1st Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit Akihiko ITO (L) vs. Ippei OTA (W)  @9 min 33 sec. OTA beat ITO from DIVING NECK-BREAKER DROP

11/17/07 Sagamihara City Gym Sub Arena

8th Match: 6man Tag Match 60 min Time Limit

Naomichi MARUFUJI, Takashi SUGIURA & Makoto HASHI (W) vs. Bison SMITH, Akitoshi SAITO & Eddie EDWARDS (L) @22 min 01 sec. BISON beat HASHI from BISON-TENIAL

7th Match: Tag Match 45 min Time Limit Mitsuharu MISAWA & Yoshinari OGAWA (W) vs. Jun AKIYAMA & Shuhei TANIGUCHI (L) @18 min 11 sec. OGAWA beaet TANIGUCHI from BACK DROP-HOLD

6th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Takeshi MORISHIMA & Muhammad YONE (W) vs. Tamon HONDA & Tsuyoshi KIKUCHI (L)

@11 min 50 sec. YONE beat KIKUCHI from KINNIKU-MUSCLE BUSTER

5th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Akira TAUE & Masao INOUE (L) vs. Takuma SANO & Kentaro SHIGA (W) @14 min 30 sec. SHIGA beat INOUE from NECK-LOCK HOLD

4th Match: 6 man Tag Match 30 min Time Limit


3rd Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Kishin KAWABATA & Yoshinobu KANEMARU (W) vs. Kotaro SUZUKI & Mitsuo MOMOTA (L)

@10 min 38 sec. KANEMARU beat MOMOTA with BACK-SLIDE

2nd Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit

Atsushi AOKI (W) vs. Ippei OTA (L) @11 min 08 sec. AOKI beat OTA with ARM-BAR

1st Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit

Tsutomu HIRAYANAGI (L) vs. Akihiko ITO (W) @10 min 48 sec. ITO beat HIRAYANAGI with MODIFIED ROLLING CRADLE HOLD

11/16/07 Tokorosawa City Gym Sub Arena

8th Match: 6 man Tag Match 60 min Time Limit

Mitsuharu MISAWA, Yoshinari OGAWA & Kotaro SUZUKI (W) vs. Bison SMITH, Akitoshi SAITO & Eddie EDWARDS (L) @23 min 25 sec. SUZUKI beat EDWARDS from BLUE-DESTINY

7th Match: Tag Match 45 min Time Limit

Naomichi MARUFUJI & Takashi SUGIURA (W) vs. Jun AKIYAMA & Atsushi AOKI (L)

@14 min 48 sec. SUGIURA beat AOKI from DRAGON SUPLEX HOLD

6th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Takeshi MORISHIMA & Muhammad YONE (W) vs. Akira TAUE & Makoto HASHI (L) @13 min 08 sec. YONE beat HASHI from KINNIKU-MUSCLE BUSTER

5th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

KENTA & Go SHIOZAKI (W) vs. Ricky MARVIN & Akihiko ITO (L) @12 min 55 sec. SHIOZAKI beat ITO from GO-FLASHER

4th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit


3rd Match: 6 man Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Kishin KAWABATA, Kentaro SHIGA & Tamon HONDA (W) vs Takuma SANO, Yoshinobu KANEMARU & Tsuyoshi KIKUCHI (L) @13 min 18 sec. HONDA beat KIKUCHI from SIDE CRADLE HOLD

2nd Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit Shuhei TANIGUCHI (W) vs. Ippei OTA (L) @11 min 54 sec. TANIGUCHI beat OTA from GERMAN SUPLEX HOLD

1st Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit

Taiji ISHIMORI (W) vs. Tsutomu HIRAYANAGI (L) @8 min 05 sec. ISHIMORI beat HIRAYANAGI by PIN

11/15/ 2007 Korakuen Hall

8th Match: 6 man Tag Match 60 min Time Limit

Mitsuharu MISAWA, Jun AKIYAMA & Yoshinari OGAWA (W) vs. Takeshi MORISHIMA, Muhammad YONE & Go SHIOZAKI (L)@22 min 24 sec. AKIYAMA beat SHIOZAKI from WRIST CLUTCH EXPLOIDER

7th Match: Tag Match 45 min Time Limit

Bison SMITH & Akitoshi SAITO (W) vs. Naomichi MARUFUJI & Makoto HASHI (L) @18 min 41 sec. SAITO beat HASHI from SICKLE OF DEATH

6th Match:Tag Match@30 min Time Limit


5th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

KENTA & Taiji ISHIMORI (W) vs. Takashi SUGIURA & Eddie EDWARDS (L) @15 min 59 sec. SUGIURA beat ISHIMORI from DRAGON SUPLEX HOLD

4th Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Takuma SANO & Kotaro SUZUKI (W) vs. Tamon HONDA & Tsuyoshi KIKUCHI (L) @12 min 33 sec. SANO beat KIKUCHI from NORTHERN LIGHT BOMB

3rd Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Yoshinobu KANEMARU & Akihiko ITO (W) vs. Ricky MARVIN & Ippei OTA (L) @13 min 27 sec. KANEMARU beat OTA from TOUCH-OUT

2nd Match: Tag Match 30 min Time Limit

Kentaro SHIGA & Mitsuo MOMOTA (L) vs. Kishin KAWABATA & Junji IZUMIDA (W) @12 min 52 sec. IZUMIDA beat MOMOTA from METEORITE

1st Match: M-Cup League Tournament Match 20 min Time Limit

Shuhei TANIGUCHI vs. Atsushi AOKI @20 min 00 sec. TIME EXPIRED DRAW


11/23 ... Hamatonbetsu Multi Purpose Arena

11/24 ... Sapporo STV SUPIKA

11/25 ... " " " " " " " " " " "

11/28 ... Zepp SENDAI

11/30 ... Yamagata City All Purpose Sport Ctr

12/02 ... Nippon Budokan Tokyo

12/23 ... SEMful Gift in Differ '07

12/24 ... NOAHful Gift in Differ '07




Helter Skelter w/ Sunny and the 501st Storm Trooper Legion defeated Killer Kowalski, Jr.

TV Title Tournament (Second Round): Aramis w/ "The REAL Pitbull" Gary Wolf beat TJ Cannon w/ "Living Legend" Larry Winters

Justin Pain pinned the former 1PW: UK champion James Wallace

PWU Women's champion Annie Social retained over Sara Del Ray by DQ

TV Title Tournament (Semi Final Round - after both men recieved byes in their previous round): Z-Barr defeated Eddie Kingston

PWU World Heavyweight champion Too Cold Scorpio defeated Joey Matthews

Bruce Maxwell w/ "Living Legend" Larry Winters pinned Lucky

"What's Your Name?"...I think Adam Crash, Bash, maybe Flash defeated "Fabulous" John McChesney

Commissioner Idol contestant Stephanie is named the new PWU Commissioner w/ Loud Fan named runner up, beating out PWU Kliq, Chris Calloway, and White Board Mafia

TV Title Tournament (Second Round): Trent Acid advanced beating Devon Moore

All Money is Legal became the NEW PWU Tag Team champions by defeating Bosom Buddies (Teddy Fine & Drew Blood)

Ian Rotten beat Mickie Knuckles in a hard fought match & Rotten's last Arena match. After the match, Rotten gave a thankful speech to Tod Gordon and the crowd of Philadelphia for all of the experiences he has shared with them.


November 23 - 7:30 PM - Sportsplex *Pro Wrestling Press*

December 15 - 7:30 PM - New Alhambra

December 29 - 7:30 PM - Sportsplex

January 19 - 7:30 PM - New Alhambra

February 16 - 7:30 PM - New Alhambra

March 15  - 7:30 PM - New Alhambra

Note:  Third Saturday of Every Month in 2008. 

Sportsplex Event Dates to Be Announce Yet for 2008







Apocalypse beat Robert Evans in a Number One Contender Qualifier Match

Apocalypse beat Franco D'Angelo in a Number One Contender's Match

Shadow beat Brett Idol

J.T. LaMotta beat Daivari and James Johnson in a Triple Threat Match to win the PCW Cruiserweight Title

Mace Malone beat Nobe Bryant in a Dallas Street Fight


The card was taped for the forthcoming TLC series "Rough House". PCW personality Antonio introduced a "Join The Family" winner, who got to have a picture taken with Shadow. Antonio then introduced Travis Baxter, who introduced singer Maren Morris to sing the National Anthem. Baxter then introduced the announcing team of Rob Moore & Kody Kox.Daivari came out, accompanied by a manservant, whom Daivari stepped on to climb into the ring. Daivari then ranted in Farsi before stating in English that he was after gold in the form of the PCW World Cruiserweight Title.NUMBER ONE CONTENDER QUALIFIER MATCHAPOCALYPSE (w/ Franco D'Angelo & Tim Storm) beat "The ESSENCE OF EXCELLENCE" ROBERT EVANS to advance to the Number One Contender's Match--D'Angelo and Storm got involved several times to help their Dark Circle partner. It ended when D'Angelo pushed Evans off the top rope into an Apocalypse power slam for the 1-2-3. After the match, the Dark Circle celebrated, but Storm said that, instead of happening later in the card, the Apoc-D'Angelo match would start immediately.NUMBER ONE CONTENDER'S MATCHAPOCALYPSE (w/ Tim Storm) beat FRANCO D'ANGELO to get the World Title shot--This was a hard-fought match between the two partners, ending with Apocalypse getting out of the Decapitator (TKO) and catching D'Angelo in the End Of Days (Death Valley Driver) for the win. The three men stood together in the ring until Storm and Apoc turned and clotheslined D'Angelo, and they beat on him until they felt they had done enough, leaving the junior member of the trio behind in the ring.Travis Baxter presided over the first PCW Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony of the night, introducing wrestling legend "Sweet Brown Sugar" Skip Young. A video tribute was aired on the big screens, and Young emotionally accepted his award, thanking the fans and Jesus Christ and receiving a standing ovation from the packed house.PCW World Television Champion Brett Idol and his buddies, all four of the Busseys, came to the ring, and the Busseys announced that they had made a business decision and decided that the match between Idol and Shadow would be non-title. Shadow came out and told the referee it didn't matter how many of the Busseys got involved and to keep the match going until "I end it."SHADOW beat BRETT IDOL (w/ Thomas, Chris, Steven & Larry Bussey)--The Busseys took advantage of the new stipulations and attacked Shadow, who fought back against everyone. Thomas & Chris had Shadow stretched out and ready for Idol's Breathtaker (450 splash), but Shadow used his power to get out of the way and pull Thomas into Idol's path, crunching Thomas. With the brothers pulling Thomas out of the ring, Shadow snatched up Idol and gave him the Blackout (inverted flip Niagara Driver) to win the match.Travis Baxter held the second PCW Lifetime Achievement Award ceremony, this time honoring the late Bronko Lubich. Lubich's daughter, Kathy Lubich, accompanied by wrestling legend Tom Renesto Jr., came out to watch the video tribute and accept the award on her father's behalf. She acknowledged the cheers of the crowd in an emotional moment.PCW WORLD CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE TRIPLE THREAT MATCH"The MIND OF WRESTLING" J.T. LaMOTTA beat Champion "HUNK FOR HIRE" JIGGLE-O JAMES JOHNSON and DAIVARI (w/ manservant) to win the belt--24 hours prior to this match, Johnson had won the belt in a Fatal Four-Way at PCW Uncut. Daivari and LaMotta briefly teamed together against Johnson before everything fell apart and they started going at each other. Johnson took advantage to drop both opponents onto the second rope and give them a double Climax Kick (kick from the floor to the second rope). Johnson hit the Frog Elbow onto both men but couldn't pin them. Somehow, Daivari got both men on his shoulders and gave them a Death Valley Driver but couldn't score the pin. Daivari got knocked out of the ring, and LaMotta hit the Cram Before The Exam (fisherman DDT) on Johnson, getting the 1-2-3 before Daivari could get back in the ring to break it up.Antonio came out to promote the canned food drive on December 1, in which everyone who brings a can of food will receive an autographed picture of one of the PCW wrestlers. The Busseys came out and said that wouldn't happen as they pushed Antonio around. The lights went out, and they came back up to reveal Wally Darkmon. Together, Darkmon and Antonio tossed the Busseys from the ring, one-by-one. In retaliation, Chris Bussey announced that, on December 1, Darkmon would have to face Thomas Bussey.PCW HEROES 2 LEGENDS MAIN EVENT--DALLAS STREET FIGHTMACE MALONE beat "The REAL DEAL" NOBE BRYANT--Bryant and Malone still have issues going back to Bryant beating Malone for the PCW World Heavyweight Title earlier in the year, as well as Bryant and Mike Foxx injuring Malone's mentor Action Jackson's ankle last week. The street fight left the ring and went into the crowd, where Malone took Bryant for a ride in a wheelchair and Bryant worked over Malone on the steel cage parts against the arena wall. Bryant had a ladder bridged across a corner of the rainng surrounding The Pit, but it nearly did Bryant in when Malone went for the Detonator (three-step neckbreaker) on the outstretched ladder. Bryant blocked it and slammed Malone into the pit on top of some chairs. Bryant dragged Malone back into the ring and got the ring bell hammer, but the hammer couldn't get the job done. Malone started setting Bryant up for the Detonator, but Bryant, as he flailed around, knocked the referee down. Bryant brought in a chair and wore out Malone with it, but he couldn't get the pin because the referee was still semi-conscious. Bryant went after Malone with the chair again, but the chair bounced off the top rope and into Bryant. Malone hit the Detonator and got the 1-2-3 to cap off Heroes 2 Legends.PCW will be off for Thanksgiving Weekend. The next PCW Full Throttle show will be held Saturday, December 1 at PCW Arena. Fans are asked to bring a can of food in exchange for an autographed picture of a PCW star. Wally Darkmon will face Thomas Bussey, Mace Malone battles Mike Foxx, and Franco D'Angelo goes up against Apocalypse and Tim Storm of the Dark Circle in a Handicap Match.Visit for more information about PCW, including upcoming shows, bios, photos, columns, Match of the Week and Move of the Week videos, and merchandise, including DVD's and VHS tapes of past PCW shows, including major show DVD's and videos featuring nationally known talent that have either passed through PCW or been part of the PCW talent roster, including some who are currently with either WWE or TNA. DVD's of PCW's weekly television show are available at the arena and through PCW's website.Submitted by ROB MOORE, The Voice of PCWThe voice of PCW





Pure Wrestling Association - December 8th, 2007 - 3 PM

LLW Arena, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Reggie Marley vs. Eddie Osbourne

Sean Ball vs. Juan Ortiz

Elian Habanero & Jessy Jones vs. Loose Change

Lak Siddartha vs. JC Owens



Rampage Wrestling Federation had yet another great night of exciting, old school, wrestling action at the Jaycee Fairgrounds in Tuscaloosa, AL this past Friday night, November 16th. RWF would like to thank everyone who came and showed support. The December 28th return show that we advertised has been canceled due to dishonest (criminal) conduct on the part of the Jaycees. We will keep you updated on when and where the RWF will return. Here are the results from 11/16:

1.) One Man Kru vs. T.C. Carnage

One Man Kru and T.C. had a long, competitive back and forth match with lots of old school technical wrestling. Kru tried to go for the power slam earlier in the match twice to no avail. The finish came when T.C. missed a guillotine leg drop off the tope rope, and both men were on the mat. They both came to their feet, and Kru went to shoot T.C. into the ropes, but T.C. reversed it, and Kru ducked a clothesline and an elbow and hit an awesome flying shoulder tackle similar to the one that The Ultimate Warrior used to do. Kru then went for a third power slam attempt, but T.C. escaped yet again and pushed Kru sternum first into the turnbuckle and rolled him up with a school boy with his feet on the middle rope and got the pin somewhere around the 14 minute mark. After the match, "Action" Mike Jackson got in the ring and informed the referee that T.C. used the ropes for leverage, and the referee reversed the decision and gave Kru the win.

You winner by reverse decision: One Man Kru

2.) The Southern Wrecking Crew vs. The Outlaw Express

The Southern Wrecking Crew got on the microphone and belittled the people of Tuscaloosa, and explained why they felt they were the greatest tag-team of all time. The Outlaw Express' music hit, and Dusty McWilliams comes to the ring without his partner River D'Angelo. The Southern Wrecking Crew demanded that Dusty should forfeit the match, but Dusty got on the mic and said "Oh yeah? Well, I have a partner! Hit his music!"" The music hit, and Rock n' Roll Express' Robert Gibson came to the ring. The Southern Wrecking Crew refused to wrestle, as they were only ready for the Outlaw Express, the referee grabbed the mic and said "Dusty's 'the Outlaw', and Robert's 'the Express':", so the bell rang and it was a classic tag-team match. Dusty ended up getting beat up for 10 minutes until he made the tag to Robert, and Robert cleaned house and nailed Vinnie Mac with two drop kicks for the 1-2-3 around the 15 minute mark.

You winners: The Outlaw Express (Dusty McWilliams and Robert Gibson)

3.) "Action" Mike Jackson and Joe Hogan (subbing for "Bullet" Bob Armstrong) vs. T.C. Carnage (subbing for The Ultimate Dragon) and The Flame

Yet another great tag-team match with lots of high flying action, Mike Jackson hit an awesome suicide dive through the top and middle rope before the bell even rang and his before his music even stopped. Mike Jackson hit all of his patented moves including the "old school" tight rope walk all the way around the ring. Lots of back and forth action. Joe Hogan had some nice moves. The match ended when Joe and Mike double clothesline T.C. to the outside, then hit a double back body drop on the Flame, then Mike Jackson kicked the Flame in the gut and hit his finishing move called "Sweet Home" (the Stone Cold Stunner)

Your winners: "Action" Mike Jackson and Joe Hogan

4.) The crowning of the first R.W.F. Ladies Champion

The fans were introduced to a foxy redhead named Envy, the first R.W.F. Ladies Champion, special guest ring announcer Joey T. of Catfish Country 102.9 tried to interview her but got interrupted by Wild Irish Rose, the "gay" wrestler who got "cheated" out of being the first lady of R.W.F. back in September. Rose got on the mic and told everyone he should be the Ladies Champion, at which point, a very jacked and beautiful woman named Priscilla came in from the crowd and choke slammed Wild Irish Rose. Envy got on the mic and ptold Priscilla that she didn't need any help, and pushed Priscilla, which provoked her to challenge Envy for the title at the next show. Envy accepted the challenge, and they set a date for December 28th (which later got cancelled).

5.) Body Drop vs. Kid Enigma vs. Little Poppa Pump in a 3 way midget match

This match was awesome!!! The midgets busted their butts!!! Kid Enigma hit all of his cool moves including a springboard cross body to the concrete floor. They traded head butts, chops, punches, kicks, and clotheslines. Little Poppa Pump got suplexed by Body Drop. Enigma hit a flying double clothesline on Body Drop and Poopa Pump. They really beat the heck out of each other. The finish came when all three midgets were tired, worn out, and beat up, and Enigma inadvertently set up Little Poppa Pump for Body Drop's flying elbow drop off the middle rope. Enigma, and Body Drop both got the pin on Little Poppa Pump, so he referee decided to award the R.W.F. Little Man Division Championship trophy to both men. They all fought over it in a tug of war at the end until finally showing each other respect.

Your winner, and Little Man Division co-Champions: Body Drop and Kid Enigma

6.) Main Event Battle Royal to crown the first R.W.F. Heavyweight Champion

It was a very entertaining battle royal with people all shapes and sizes. Robert Gibson, Vinnie Mac, and Dusty McWilliams forfeited their spots in the battle royal, Wild Irish Rose eliminated the midgets, One Man Kru eliminated Wild Irish Rose, Joe Hogan eliminated The Flame, Mike Jackson and One Man Kru teamed up to eliminate Mike Plezing. The final four were Mike Jackson, Joe Hogan, T.C. Carnage, and One Man Kru. T.C. Carnage eliminated Joe Hogan after Joe charged at T.C. and got back body dropped over the top rope. Then, T.C. pulled an illegal object out of his tights and hit Mike Jackson with it for a pin to eliminate him. It was down to T.C. and One Man Kru as the final two. One Man Kru went for a double axe handle and T.C. hit him in the gut and threw him over the top rope, but Kru skinned the cat as T.C. thought he won, then T.C. turned around, and to his surprise, saw Kru still standing, so he charged at Kru in a blind fit of rage and got thrown over the top rope for his efforts.

Your winner and 1st ever R.W.F. Heavyweight Champion: One Man Kru

After the match, Kru thanked thew crowd, and thanked God for giving him the ability to win the title, and he laid the belt down in the middle of the ring and went to a corner of the ring and kneeled down to pray, at which point, T.C. Carnage slid back into the ring and picked up the belt, and as Kru stood up and turned around, he got nailed in the skull with the championship belt, then verbally attacked, then stomped, and hit with the belt again. T.C. held the belt up over his head as he disrespectfully put his foot on Kru's chest as if to say "I could take this belt anytime I want to". and then he threw the belt down on Kru's chest and left to a chorus of boos and cussing. Kru made his way back to his feet and the crowd cheered and applauded as he walked around the ring to shake hands and hug the fans to end the night on a positive note.



Amarillo, TX – November 17, 2007 

Before 148 fans

El Grande & El Loco b Mosh Pit Mike & Majic Mac

Sid Luciano b Leo Millionaro

Shane Garrett b Kid Goth

KENTANA b Jason Gore

Ricky Romero III & Chad Thomas b Tony Morales & Mark Wilson-DQ (Romero turned on his uncle Chris to start a feud)


Next show is November 30, 2007 at Nat Brawlroom.




Glory By Honor VI Night 2- New York, NY 11/3/07

1. Chris Hero beat El Generico

2. Brent Albright & BJ Whitmer beat Kevin Steen & Delirious

3. Austin Aries beat Shane Hagadorn

4. Claudio Castagnoli beat Naomichi Marufuji

5. Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Necro Butcher & Jimmy Jacobs ended in a Double DQ

6. Tyler Black beat Alex Payne

7. Takeshi Morishima beat Bryan Danielson by DQ

8. Roderick Strong, Davey Richards, & Rocky Romero beat Jack Evans, Ruckus, & Jigsaw

9. Austin Aries beat Chris Hero

10. Mitsuharu Misawa defeated KENTA to retain the GHC Heavyweight Title

11. Jay & Mark Briscoe beat Necro Butcher & Jimmy Jacobs in a Street Fight

Glory By Honor VI Night 1- Philadelphia, PA 11/2/07

1. Kevin Steen & El Generico beat BJ Whitmer & Brent Albright

2. Claudio Castagnoli beat Hallowicked

3. Davey Richards beat Delirious

4. Jay & Mark Briscoe defeated Roderick Strong & Rocky Romero to retain the World Tag Team Titles

5. Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black, & Necro Butcher beat Jack Evans, Ruckus, & Jigsaw

6. Ernie Osiris beat Mitch Franklin to win the Top of the Class Trophy

7. Austin Aries defeated Bryan Danielson in their third match in their Best of Three Series

8. Nigel McGuinness beat Chris Hero to retain the ROH World Title

9. Mitsuharu Misawa & KENTA vs. Takeshi Morishima & Naomich Marufuji went to a 30 minte time limit draw


Ring Of Honor returns to Dayton, Ohio on Friday, November 30, at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, located at 1043 S. Main Street, Dayton, Ohio, with a 8:00 pm belltime.

Tickets now on sale at or by calling (215) 781-2500.


Roderick Strong vs. Austin Aries

"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson vs. The Necro Butcher

Jay and Mark Briscoe defend the Ring of Honor tag titles against Davey Richards and Rocky Romero to be taped for Ring of Honor's fourth PPV

Tag Team Scramble

Jay and Mark Briscoe vs. Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black vs. Jack Evans and Ruckus vs. Brent Albright and BJ Whitmer

Plus more to be signed with: Claudio Castagnoli; Chris Hero with Larry Sweeney, SHIMMER Champion Sara Del Rey, Tank Toland & Bobby Dempsey; Delirious; Adam Pearce with Shane Hagadorn; Daizee Haze; Jigsaw; Erick Stevens; Seth Skyfire; Human Tornado and others!!!

Ring of Honor then returns to Chicago Ridge, IL on Saturday, December 1, at the Frontier Fieldhouse, located at 9807 S. Sayre, Chicago Ridge, IL with an 8:00 pm belltime for the Trios Tournament 2007.

Tickets are available via or by calling (215) 781-2500.

Trios Tournament 2007

The Vulture Squad of Jack Evans, Ruckus & Jigsaw

No Remorse Corps of Roderick Strong, Davey Richards & Rocky Romero

The Age Of The Fall of Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black and The Necro Butcher with Lacey

The Hangmen 3 of Adam Pearce, Brent Albright, & BJ Whitmer with Shane Hagadorn

Chris Hero, Tank Toland and Bobby Dempsey

ROH World Tag Team Champions Jay & Mark Briscoe and TBA

Do Or Die Four Corner Survival

Shane Hagadorn vs. Human Tornado vs. Silas Young vs. Seth Skyfire

Bryan Danielson vs Delirious

Plus more to be announced with: ROH World Champion Nigel McGuinness; Austin Aries; Claudio Castagnoli; Erick Stevens; Daizee Haze plus others!!!




Corruption revealed on November 10th!

Greg DeMarco, the Voice of RPW

November 10th was supposed to be a night of competition and triumph. The first ever NWA Arizona Tag Team Champions were being crowned, and NWA Arizona Heavyweight Champion "XXX" Lawrence Tyler was defending his title against former partner, friend, and protege "Miracle" Mike James. But the night was marred in controversy, as RPW Commissioner JS Crock showed his true colors, aligning himself with Black Metal, Dean Radford, El Suavecito, and Redrum to reform "The Evilution," a faction that Crock once founded in the past.

It all started in the first semifinal match of the evening, when Metal & Radford defeated Jacob "The Riot" Herzberg and "The Limited Edition" Tommy Drake after Crock appeared and pulled Drake from the match, leaving the rookie Herzberg alone with Metal & Radford. Following TNT's (Brandon Nitro & Johnny Dynamite) victory over Aggravated Assault, Malice & Mayhem handcuffed and attacked both crowd favorites, and no wrestlers in the locker room were sent our to save them from the attack.

These confusing questions were later answered in the main event. After Nitro & Dynamite overcame outside interference and constant cheating by Metal & Radford to be crowned as the first NWA Arizona Tag Team Champions, Crock entered the ring to present the champs with their new titles. But the celebration was cut short, as the lights went out, allowing "The Man From Hell" Redrum to enter the ring and begin a 4 on 2 attack on TNT with Metal, Radford & Suavecito. The attack was stopped b Commissioner Crock, only to see Crock show his true colors and attack Nitro & Dynamite on his own, leading to a new 5 on 2 attack. During the attack, Crock removed his dress shirt to reveal an "Evilution" t-shirt, and informed TNT that at the next RPW show, the titles were "coming us!"

This revelation by The Crock answered many questions regarding the chaos at both shows in October and November, but opened up a world of new questions about the Commissioner. Who are the members of The Evilution? What other decisions regarding RPW have been corrupted? What does the future hold for the promotion with a corrupted commissioner?

So far, we only have one answer to many questions. The National Wrestling Alliance, upon hearing news of this turn of events, has requested video footage of the past RPW shows, and has launched a full scale investigation into Crock's actions and decisions reaching back to his appointment in August 2006. Crock has already begun to respond, demanding to know who contacted the NWA, and promising that there would be hell to pay for anyone who stands in his way. With Black Metal, Dean Radford and Redrum backing Crock up, the promise of hell to pay will undoubtedly come true, and will prove to be quite painful for other members of the RPW roster.

Two other news worthy items came about on November 10. The Hawaiian Lion, after forcing Don Montana to tap out, challenged Mikey Nicholls to a match when he returns from Australia. Nicholls has been mocking Lion's wrestling style, and even his Japanese style streamers for the past few months, while remaining undefeated in RPW competition. Lion made the promise that if Nicholls can defeat him in a one-on-one contest, Lion himself will throw streamers for Nicholls after the match. In other news, "XXX" Lawrence Tyler successfully defended the NWA Arizona Heavyweight title against former partner and protege "Miracle" Mike James, pinning the challenger with an O'Connor Roll. Tyler then showed a surprising sign of respect to James after the match.

Complete results:

Black Metal & Dean Radford defeated "The Limited Edition" Tommy Drake & Jacob "The Riot" Herzberg to advance to the NWA Arizona Tag Team Title tournament finals

"The Man From Hell" Redrum defeated Country Bear with a triangle choke

TNT ("Mr. 300%" Brandon Nitro & "The Combat Vet" Johnny Dynamite) defeated Aggravated Assault (Malice & Mayhem) to advance to the NWA Arizona Tag Team Title tournament finals

The Hawaiian Lion forced "Da Latin Terra" Don Montana to tap out

"XXX" Lawrence Tyler pinned "Miracle" Mike James to retain the NWA Arizona Heavyweight Championship

TNT ("Mr. 300%" Brandon Nitro & "The Combat Vet" Johnny Dynamite) defeated Black Metal & Dean Radford to become the first NWA Arizona Tag Team Champions




SCW presents Christmas Carnage, Saturday Dec. 15 2007, Big Dog Billiards in Sandersville GA

Adult Tix: $6 Kids 6-12: $3 Kids 5 & Under FREE

Already Signed:

MAIN EVENT: SCW Southern Heavyweight Title Match

(c)Tommy Lee vs "The Prodigal Son" Bobby Joiner

Georgia Heritage Title Match : (c) Flatline vs Loco Motive

more matches to be signed!



Posted on 11/20/107 by Michael Southerland

Southern States Wrestling returns to the Kingsport National Guard Armory Thursday, November 22 with a 7:30 PM sharp bell time for "The 16th Annual Thanksgiving Night Spectacular”. The night promises TV stars, legends and more in eight exciting matches.

In the Main Event, The King of Kingsport "Handsome" Beau James will team with former Dobbyns -Bennett wrestling stand out "Sensational" Wayne Adkins to battle their fierce rivals Chris Richard and Bryan Wayne with their manager John Hawkins. The match is called the "Turkey Rumble" because the loser of the fall will be tarred and feathered in front of the fans at ringside. In the last two months these four men have been involved in some of the wildest matches Kingsport has seen in some time.

The Southern States Tag Titles will be on the line in a "Ghetto Street Fight" as new champions Nick Hammonds and Wayne Daniels with their valet Barbie defend against the perennial favorites "G1" Tony Givens and Moe Jenkins. This match is anything goes pin falls count anywhere in the Armory.

NWA Legends will face off in what should be a wrestling classic as former 8 time World Tag Team Champion Ricky Morton of "The Rock -N- Roll Express" will face Wayne Rogers. Rogers, a Kingsport native, was trained by Ron Wright and was a regular on Atlanta, Knoxville and Charlotte TV throughout the 80’s.

Former ECW, WCW, and Smoky Mountain Wrestling star "The Wild Eyed Southern Boy" Tracy Smothers makes his return to test his skills against "The Tennessee Stud" KC Thunder.

How did your spend your first wedding anniversary? We are betting not like Beau James. It was a Thanksgiving ago that James was married to his wife Misty in front of a sold out Armory. This year James will pull double duty and also tag with Misty as they battle Jamey Gibson and Rebecca Lynn in a mixed tag Match.

In other Matches, TV Champion Thorn will defend his championship against former partner Adam York. National Champion Steve Fury has also signed to defend his title against a wrestler to be named that night by match makers.

Tickets go on sale at 6:30 PM day of event. Doors open at 6:45. All front row seats are $10, Adults General Admission is only $7, and kids 10 and under admitted for only $5. SSW is also asking you to bring an unwrapped toy for a young boy or girl for The Sullivan County Sheriff's Dept. Toy's for Needy Kids Drive.

For more information, you can check out SSW on line at or

Watch Championship Wrestling TV every Saturday at 2PM on CW 4.




October 28, 2007 - 60 Minute Hardcore Ironman Match

In-ring reunion of the former ECW Tag Team Champions the Gangstas John Martin and Josh Robertson take on and defeat Dancing Tom Celcious and Danger Dan Daniels

Umaga (Mr. Frost) won the Halloween Battle Royal

Suburban Commandos defeat Luster the Legend, Ryan Drago, and Wage

Money Mike Rayne defeat the British Messiah Timothy Thatcher to win the SPW Extreme Title

Honor Society successfully defended the Tag Team Titles against Joe Applebaumer

Big Ugly won an incredible four way over Virgil Flynn, El Chupacabra, and Dante

Rock Legend Scum Adam Thornstowe defeated Wrestling Personified Rik Luxury

SPW Halloween Show Results

Sunday October 28th saw the SPW Halloween show make history in St. Peter's Hall in Sacramento, Ca.

Traditionally we go in order of matches but today we are starting with the match of the year...

Rock Legend Scum Adam Thornstowe defeated Wrestling Personified Rik Luxury 3 Falls to 2 in the 60 Minute Hardcore Ironman Match to retain the SPW Heavyweight Title in the Supreme Seven Series.

This match was crazy from start to finish. In the end Adam needed seven staples in his head and Rik needed seven staples in his chin. They proved that they are the two best wrestlers in California today. Highlights include Adam coming OVER the entrance way onto Rik and a Table, Rik Luxury doing an elbow drop off of a basketball hoop, and Adam putting Rik's head on a chair, a clay pot on Rik's head, and then destroying said clay pot via a sick double foot stomp. The only downside of the match was SPW Tag Team Champions, the Honor Society coming out at the 44 minute mark, attacking both men, then leaving with the SPW Heavyweight Title. In the end the final two minutes of the match were as good as anything you will see anywhere as the two men exchanged repeated blows before each going with moves, until Rik finally went for the Kryptonite Krunch, only to have Adam block it into a pin, and breaking the tie in the final second. An amazing match. After the match the two men embraced, showed respect for each other and SPW in general, and vowed to destroy the "Homo Society" and take their tag titles on November 25th in St. Peter's Hall.

The other thing of note taking place was a surprise, in ring reunion of the former ECW Tag Team Champions the Gangstas as New Jack, who was in Sacramento promoting his new DVD, was joined by his former friend and partner Mustafa (who lives in Sacramento). The two met at the arena before the show, speaking for the first time in almost 11 years. At the start of the show they went to the ring together and officially killed the issues between them.

The dark match of the evening saw the very popular John Martin and Josh Robertson take on and defeat two men making their SPW Debut, Oregon's Dancing Tom Celcious and Danger Dan Daniels in a tag team match.

The Halloween Battle Royal featured appearances by your favorite Nor Cal wrestlers as other wrestlers, and thus we saw MVP, Boogey Man, Fit Finlay, Papa Shango, ICP, Nacho Libre, Great Khali, the Spirit Squad, Mankind, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Sting, and the eventual winner, Umaga (Mr. Frost). By winning the Battle Royal Frost earns the first spot in next April's Hardcore Cage Match. The winner of that goes on to the Supreme Seven Series. While no details have been released it is rumored that the Hardcore Cage Match this year will be different than ever before. SPW is planning on taking it to a whole new level.

The second match of the evening saw the Suburban Commandos defeat Luster the Legend, Ryan Drago, and Wage. Ryan got hurt during the match and after the commandos won Wage attacked Luster.

The third match saw Money Mike Rayne defeat the British Messiah Timothy Thatcher to win the SPW Extreme Title. Rayne only got the win over Thatcher with help from time keeper Holly.

The Honor Society successfully defended the Tag Team Titles (celebrating their one year anniversary with the belts) against Joe Applebaumer. With lots of help from the referee.

And finally the Big Ugly won an incredible four way over Virgil Flynn, El Chupacabra, and Dante. Virgil and Chupacabra got pinned at the same time and continued to fight to the back, which stopped the entire show until they could be seperated.


On Saturday November 24th SPW presents Wrestlerawk III in Reno, Nevada. Taking place at Stoney's Music Venue 71 South Wells Avenue. Show starts at 7:30.

Already scheduled is the huge main event of a Reno City Street Fight between the Reno Scum (Luster the Legend, Adam Thornstowe, and Shane Dynasty) vs Big Ugly JD Bishop, Rik Luxury, and Vinnie Massaro. Also in action, seven foot tall Paul Isadora will be taking on Malachi. Plus El Chupacabra, Tenacious Tim Anderson, and Virgil Flynn will battle it out in a three way. Plus appearances by all your SPW favorites.

The next night, Sunday November 25th SPW returns to St. Peter's Hall in Sacramento, Ca (6200 McMahon Drive). Doors open at 5 for a 5:30 bell time.

In the announced main event SPW Heavyweight Champion Adam Thornstowe teams with Rik Luxury to take on the Honor Society for the SPW Tag Team Titles. Also announced Wage takes on Luster the Legend, and the British Messiah Timothy Thatcher gets a return match for the Extreme Title he lost to Money Mike Rayne at last month's show.

This weekend will give you two great chances to see one great wrestling company.



Calgary – November 16, 2007

Harmony Jackson Sunday night showdown

Alex Plexis beat Evan Adams and Brandon VanDanielson to win the Young Lions Cup Holder.

"Full Factory" Jimmy T beat "The Elephant Mask" Rocky Merrick

"Pistol" Pete Wilson beat Scotty "The Body" Putty

The Highlander beat "Tiger" Raj Singh

Britsh common wealth midheavy weight champion Chucky "The BoyWonder" Blaze beat Gama Singh Jr. in a non title match.

"Ravenous" Randy Myers beat RJ "Retch" Worthington

The Funky Bunch beat The A-Team NEW Stampede Wrestling International Tag Team Champions in a ladder match.




TARHEEL PRO makes it's debut at the National Guard Armory in Salisbury, NC on December 16th.

More details coming soon.


12/16 - National Guard Armory in Salisbury, NC @ 5 PM (doors open @ 4 PM)

2/3 - National Guard Armory in Salisbury, NC @ 5 PM (doors open @ 4 PM)



Maryville, TN – November 17, 2007

Posted on 11/18/107 by Gene Restaino

Jonathan McMurray d Donovan Daniels

606 Squad d Moondog Chester & Moondog Scarry

Rip O'Kelly d Edward Idol

Death Row Inmates d The Platinum Kings (Robbie Race & Travis Sawyer)

TV champ John Justice d Roxx w/Roxxi in a non-title match

Jeff Anderson d Shane Williams in a no DQ match to win the UCW title.


11/22 Newport, TN

11/23 Caryville, TN

11/24 Tazewell, TN

UCW returns to Maryville on Christmas Night 





SATURDAY the 8th, 8:00 p.m., Free Admission Canton National Guard Armory


SATURDAY the 12th, 8:00 p.m., Free Admission Canton National Guard Armory


SATURDAY the 23rd, 8:00 p.m., Free Admission Canton National Guard Armory


SATURDAY the 8th, 8:00 p.m., Free Admission Canton National Guard Armory




The UNION of INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL WRESTLERS presented the third of its monthly events in Toronto, Ontario, Canada this past Saturday night with “CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT 2K7”. The show featured the 8-man tournament to crown the new UNION Heavyweight champion. Here are the results...




RICKY REYES defeated JOSH ALEXANDER by submission



STEVE CORINO defeated PEPPER PARKS by ref stoppage






STEVE CORINO is the new UNION Heavyweight champion. After a long night and 3 grueling matches, “The King of Old School” caught “The Fabulous One” with not one, but two massive lariats to score the pinfall victory and the title. The celebration didn’t last very long, however, thanks to SEBASTIAN DARK.

Dark, one of the founding members of BloodDeathSexMagic, was accompanied by CHASE, the BDSM’s valet. At the beginning of the show, Dark had claimed he had been personally sent to Toronto by the injured STERLING JAMES KEENAN to take Keenan’s spot in the tournament. Sebastian was reminded that he was denied entry into the tournament because he had lost a qualifying match in October to McChesney and Keenan spot in the tournament was given to highly-touted newcomer JOSH ALEXANDER.

Dark and Chase returned to the ring at the end of the night and Dark issued a challenge to Corino for a title shot. Corino launched into a fire-and-brimstone sermon about wanting to build the integrity and prestige of the Union Heavyweight title and how it was his responsibility “to keep the title away from scumbags” like Sebastian Dark. Dark agreed to leave peacefully but when the lovely young Chase distracted Corino by starting to remove her top, Dark attacked Corino from behind.

Dark covered Corino’s head with a plastic bag in an attempt to suffocate and do serious injury to the new champion. In all it took almost a dozen wrestlers, referees and officials to free Corino and get Dark out of the ring. Screaming “Am I worthy of a title shot now, big man?”, Dark was hauled out of the building. Several long, scary minutes later, Corino was helped back to his feet and he demanded that his title defense on Saturday December 15th be against Sebastian Dark.


END OF DAYS, December 15th 2007 - 7:00 PM

Royal Canadian Legion Hall #101, 3850 Lake Shore Blvd West (just west of Browns Line)

Toronto (Etobicoke), Ontario

Matches already signed include:

UNION Heavyweight title match: STEVE CORINO (Champion) vs. SEBASTIAN DARK

GIANT 8-man tag team battle


"Fight To Be First" 4-man mini-tournament

including PEPPER PARKS, REGGIE MARLEY plus 2 names to be announced soon.

The 1st Annual NORTHERN LIGHTS CLASSIC, January 12th 2008 - 7:00 PM

Royal Canadian Legion Hall #101, 3850 Lake Shore Blvd West (just west of Browns Line)

Toronto (Etobicoke), Ontario

Featuring an eight-man tournament to decide the winner of the first-ever James "Devil Bhudakahn" Fawcett Memorial Trophy and the new Union Northern Lights champion.




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!



Lansing, Michigan – November 17, 2007
Trauma pinned Backwoods Brown
Machine & Squanto wrestled to a double DQ
"The Scarlet Mask" defeated J-City
Jordan Pryde pinned Samuray Del Sol
Baltazar defeated Ben Cruise




Saturday Night December 1, 2007

V.F.W. Post 4927, 31 Horseblock Road, Centereach, NY 11720

Tel. 631-585-7390

Already confirmed to appear:

Grim Reefer, “The Good Guy” Azrieal, “Best Body in the Biz” Jason Static, Mack Daddy Flexx, Javi-Air, Richie Tyler, “Steel City Assassin” Sabotage, “Ultra Sexy” Joe So Delicious, Don Tony, Nick Noshus, “Firebird” Jorge Santi, Eclipse (Jay Delta & Xandar Page), Joey Everlast, “Prince of Suburbia” Johnny Suburban, Jack O’Hearts, Livewired (JMS & VSK), Nightmare, Scotty Rio, Major Intencity, Mr. Professional, “Mr. Giggalo” Vinny the Guido, “Working Class Wrestler” Chopsaw, Jerry Fitzwater & more!!!

Card Subject To Change





Saturday, December 1st, Decatur County Parks Center, Greensburg, Indiana, Belltime 7pm





12/15/07 Saturday Coplay Municipal Building

98 South 4th Street, Coplay, PA Doors open 6:30, Belltime 7:30

WXW Rage TV Can Be Seen On: Service Electric Cable TV (PA) Sun. 10:00pm

Blue Ridge Cable Communications Channel 13 (PA), Sat. 1:00pm and Mon. 11:30pm via the Netcast




Fri. February 29, 2008 WWA Regenesis, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 7:30 pm Taped For Television




11/18 Warren, MI results

Results from Sunday evening's X-treme Intense Championship Wrestling "SUNDAY SLAUGHTER 2007" event at The Ritz in Warren, Michigan:

Cadillac Jones pinned Kamikaze

"The Natural" Johnny Dynamo defeated "All Nite" Adam Renolds to retain the Pro Wrestling Lockerroom Television Title after outside interference from The Gameboy

The Gameboy beat Johnny Lawless

XICW Tag Team Championship Gauntlet:

The Cold Brothers def. Izzy High & Kid Hybrid

101 Proof ("Prettyboy Redneck" Levi Blue & "The Southern Gentlemen" Joe Byrd) def. The Cold Brothers thanks, in part, to the returning Devil's Own (Devil Dawg & Skull Ganz)

101 Proof def. Kris Korvis & Jimmy Whiplash

The Orient Express (Pat Tanaka & Kato) def. 101 Proof

XICW Tag Champions The Fun Lovin' Criminalz (Truth Martini & Jaimy Coxxx) def. The Orient Express to retain the titles

Mike McMahon over Roughhouse Rob in a Motor City Street Fight.

XICW Cruiserweight Champion Gutter pinned Chavo Guerrero Sr.

In a Triple Threat Match, "The Old Timer" Jeff King defeated "The Queen of the Death Matches" Mickey Knuckles and Deranged

In the Co-Main Event, "The Strongstyle Superman" CJ Otis beat Buff Bagwell to regain the Midwest Heavyweight Title.

In a House of Pain/Fans Bring The Light Tubes Match, "The Most Dangerous Man in Michigan" The DBA def. Ian Rotten

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