Fusion Pro Wrestling

Fusion Pro Wrestling


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


New Year's Revenge Saturday January 12, 2008


Global Championship Wrestling



I've been asked as to when new Video is going to be posted. We are having meetings this week to discuss that and a number of other topics. I'll keep you posted.


Pell City on December 14th.

Cabana Man Dan defeated T.J. Harley

"The Lost Boy" Billy Blade beat Antonio Garza

The surprise Tag Team of Seth Skyfire and The Inhumanfly were victorious against The Soulcrusher and Muddbone

Lash LaRoux defeated Viper

Mad Dog Dan Sawyer beat Vladmir Koloff by Disqualification

Genni Right pinned Roxxi Laveaux

Scum Kritter got the win over Theodore Tutwiler III

Showtime Eric Young beat The NightProwler

There are so many things to cover coming out of Friday Night. It's hard to find a place to start. GCW Champion Jesse Pain, Scotty Blaze and The Legendary Bullet Bob Armstrong were unable to make it to Pell City due to extenuating circumstances. We all wish them the best and look forward to seeing them soon.

We are continuing to monitor the status of the injury to the leg of Mad Dog Dan Sawyer. I will relay information as it becomes available.

Seth Skyfire and The INHuman Fly as a team? You can believe it.

Apparently, The reach of The Legal Eagle extends further than some of us thought it did. Cross had a second Russian Assassin waiting in the wings. Howard C. Cross is more obsessed than ever before with trying to put Mad Dog out of action.

However, Cross did get one upped... by The Kritters. I'll leave it at that for now. I wonder if Harley Wood ever did get out of that closet the Kritters were speaking of?

I would like to take a moment, on behalf of all of us at GCW, to wish for Everyone a safe and Happy Holiday season. We all Thank You for your support of GCW through 2007, and hope to see everyone come out in 2008. 2007 was a great year for GCW. We look to make 2008 even bigger and better. Come along for a wild ride.

My Myself and My Family... Merry Christmas and our best wishes for a Rockin 2008. Santa, if you listening.. I could really use a couple more hard drives for all this video I've been working to transfer (insert mild chuckle here).

Eddie Layne

GCW Commissioner.


Our next outing is scheduled for January 5th 2008 as we looking to our return to Palmerdale, Alabama. News on More GCW shows will be forthcoming.


Global Wrestling Alliance



NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


January 5, 2007, Lima, Ohio, UAW Hall at 1440 Bellefontaine Ave.

All seats are $10 and can be bought at Rigali's Pizza Village or at the door.

Doors Open 6:30pm / Bell Time 7:30pm

You will see a HUGE 6 Man Tag-Team Match:

Dusty Dillinger, "The Metal Head" Steve Stone & "Bad Attitude" Brian Beech


"Hot Commodity" Matt Mason w/ Jayme Braxton, "Sexy" Sean Casey w/ Samantha & Cody Hawk

You will also see:

Mr. Old School w/ Ripper Blackhart Take on the Debuting "W.A.R. Machine" in one on one action.


Danny Daniels

"Michigan Invasion" Truth Martini & N8 Mattson

Robby Starr

Marco Cordova

"Your Hero" Mr. Main Event

"The Clash" Brian Bender & Ernie Ballz

Mary Elizabeth

Just Justin

Nate Pheonix

Much Much More!!!

Go To POWER Message board at www.warwrestling.com or www.myspace.com/globalwrestlingalliance or www.tcg3.net/GWA/index.htm for all the latest details.

**Card Subject To Change**


Great Canadian Wrestling


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


December 28, 2007, Great Canadian Wrestling presents Seasons Beating '07 at

Royal Canadian Legion Hall in Oshawa, Ontario.

Doors open at 2:00 pm/3:00 pm belltime.

Tickets are $10 in advance and at the door (and are on sale now).

All proceeds from this years show will be donated to Sick Kids Hospital. All the wrestlers will be donating their pay. The venue is donating their fee. GCW is donating all the gate. Concession stand will donate all profits; and the merch table will donate $5 from every dvd sold that day !

Great Canadian Wrestling has acquired a FULL SIZE - VINTAGE WRESTLEMANIA ARCADE GAME, and will be raffling it off at the next event. Second place prize is a FIGHTING VIPER ARCADE MACHINE. Only 150 tickets will be printed and they are $10 each. Once all tickets are sold , the winner will be drawn.

On December 31, Hayden Avery and David Wyldstar will be loading up the GCW Mobile with toys and heading downtown Toronto to Sick Kids Hospital to deliver the goodies in person. We also ask that anyone attending the show bring a new unwrapped toy and/or a food donation for the local food bank !

Let's show everyone that GCW fans have big hearts. More details on the card will be announce soon.

Great Championship Wrestling


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported

December 15, 2007, Phenix City, AL

Nick Anderson over Bobby Sanford

A.J. Steele (w/ the Intern) over Randall Johnson

Deathrow over the Hooligans by disqualification in a handicap match

Scotty Beach (w/ Santa Claus) over Orion Bishop (w/ Wicked Nemesis)

David Young over Michael Cook

Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks & Cru Jones (w/ Zero Tolerance) over Tex Monroe & J-Rod

Johnny Swinger (w/ Zero Tolerance) over Bull Buchanan and Sonny Siaki in a three-way match to win the GCW Heavyweight Title

Midget match, Puppet over Little Kato using hardcore rules.

It was reported that 310 were in attendance for this card.

During the event, GCW owner Diane Hewes reportedly banned Quentin Michaels from speaking, saying it was her present to the fans. Also, during the Beach-Bishop bout, Nemesis tried to cheap shot Beach from Behind, but Santa clocked Nemesis instead.


GCW will be taking the holidays off, with a planned return to Phenix City on January 8, 2008. Beginning with that event, all Phenix City cards will be held on Thursdays, as the promotion is planning to increase their weekend schedules to include other points  

Great Plains Championship Wrestling


NEWS – None reported


December 7, 2007, Medicine Park, OK

Kevin Morgan def. Xavior

Shane Rawls def. "Kyote" Joe Herell

Thomas Trump (w/ Tasha) def. Sir Thomas Knight

"The Crown Prince of Crimson" Al Farat def. Se7en

Carnage vs. 3rd Rail ended in a Time Limit Draw

Jeff Knight def. GCPW Cruiserweight Champion Martin Justice for the title

Carnage won a 12 man Battle Royal to become the 1st GCPW Heavyweight Champion




Heartland Wrestling Association


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


Friday Night January 18th - Dayton Gym Club - Dayton, OH - 8:00 PM

430 Wayne Avenue - Dayton, OH 45410


Chris Hero vs. Eddie Kingston


"Astonishing" Aaron Williams vs. "The Solution" Alan Wasylychyn


The GP Code (Champions) vs. The Hybrids (Challengers)


"Buffalo Bad Boy" Brian Jennings defends the HWA Heavyweight Title

and BJ Whitmer in action! 

CyberClash 3.0 Weekend - March 7th and March 8th, 2008

Details Coming Soon

Impact Zone Wrestling


NEWS – None reported


December 8, 2007, The Impact Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

IZW Impact Division Champion Bad Brad Michaels def. Dustin Heritage

"The Professional" John Allen (w/ Paul Lewis, attorney at law) def. Matt


Kenny Campbell def. Dexter "Hardtimes" Hardaway by DQ when Brad Michaels


Nathan Sensation vs. Striker ended in a No-Contest due to a double pin

IZW Tag Team Champions Impact Inc. (John Zorthos & Bernie Donderwitz) def.

Tommy Revell & IZW Heavyweight Champion "Mr. Saturday Night" Michael Barry

(w/ Marianne Albright)

December 15, 2007, The Impact Arena, Oklahoma City, OK

Angel Williams def. Scott Sanders

Nathan Sensation def. Se7en

John Allen def. Shawn Sanders

Tommy Revell abused an IZW Security Guard

IZW Tag Team Champion John Zorthos def. Shawn Sanders by DQ when Angel

Williams attacked Zorthos

Kenny Campbell & Dustin Heritage def. IZW Impact Division Champion Bad

Brad Michaels in a 2 on 1 Handicap Match

EVENTS – None reported


Independent Wrestling Federation



IWF Pro Wrestling School 9th Annual Open House Tour Week Continues...

Tuesday, December 18, 6:30-10 pm

Wednesday, December 19, 6:30-10 pm

Saturday, December 22, 12-4 pm

Sunday, December 23, 12-4 pm

 ** Tuition Discounts Offered to Those Attending! **


Tournament of Champions Day 2: December 16, 2007 @ West Paterson, NJ

Round 2: IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres defeated IWF Junior Champion Chris Steeler to advance.

Round 2: BoneCrusher Fred Sampson fought Biggie Biggs to a double disqualification, eliminating both men.

Round 2: Travis Blake defeated IWF Tag Team Champion Frank Scoleri to advance.

Round 2: American Champion Kevin Knight wrestled Dan McGuire to a double countout, eliminating both men.

Non-Tournament: Justin Corino defeated Antonio Rivera.

Non-Tournament: Franciz & Bryan Harley def. Kareem West & Mike Jenkins, and Dan Marques & Jason Roberts w/ Kristina.

Finals: Tony Torres defeated Travis Blake to win the 8th Annual Tournament of Champions.

Tournament of Champions Day 1: December 15, 2007 @ West Paterson, NJ

Round 1: Dangerous Dan McGuire defeated Evan Schwartz to advance.

Round 1: IWF Tag Team Champion Frank Scoleri defeated Jana to advance.

Round 1: Travis Blake defeated Mike Jenkins to advance.

Round 1: IWF American Champion Kevin Knight defeated IWF Tag Team Champion Justin Corino to advance.

Round 1: BoneCrusher Fred Sampson w/ Rich Ross defeated Antonio Rivera to advance.

Round 1: IWF Junior Champion Chris Steeler defeated Kareem West to advance.

Round 1: Biggie Biggs defeated Franciz w/ Rich Ross via disqualification to advance.

Round 1: IWF Heavyweight Champion Tony Torres defeated Bryan Harley to advance.


December 28, 2007, 8:00 pm & Saturday, December 29, 2007, 7:30 pm

IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, West Paterson, NJ

Contribution: Only $5 per event (general admission).

Information: Tickets at door 30-minutes before bell-time. Call 973-345-7745 or CampIWF@aol.com 

Due to the fact many fans were unable to attend Tournament of Champions Weekend Dec 15-16 because of the storm, IWF is adding Holiday Havoc Weekend Live Events Dec 28-29 and tickets are half-price at only $5 per event 


International Wrestling Cartel



We'd like to apologize for a recent mistake listed here on IWCwrestling.com A problematic copy & paste mistake listed ticket prices for A Call To Arms 4 as the prices for A New Beginning 2008. These prices were incorrect, and the prices for A New Beginning 2008 are back to the usual IWC ticket prices: $20 for Ringside, $15 for General Admission, and $7 for Kids Under 10 GA. We apologize for any problems this mistake has caused.


December 12, 2007, Call To Arms

Posted by Bill Taylor

It was the most action-packed star-studded unpredictable weekend in IWC history complete with red hot overflow crowds and an atmosphere and energy second to none. It was a weekend of spirit. It was a weekend of chaos. It was a celebration of all that is, was, and will be IWC - past, present, and future. From the internationally renowned stars that have passed through over the years, many of whom were fixtures in IWC years before their television debuts, to the homegrown full-time roster who make up the heart and soul of the company, to the unforgettable and breathtaking moments we've seen throughout the promotion's history, A Call to Arms 4 was both the culmination and celebration of the International Wrestling Cartel's very being, yet also but a small sampling of the memories, moments, and accomplishments that are yet to come.

Night 1 - A Tribute to Spirit

Three and a half years ago, three of independent wrestling's most talked about stars gathered together for a first-time ever meeting. Twenty-eight months later, those same three men return to the scene of many of their greatest independent wrestling accomplishments, as international stars. "The Notorious 187" Homicide of LAX, "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels of Triple X, and one-half of the current TNA World Tag Team Champions "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles returned to IWC to re-new and re-live their classic battle. Tonight, it was Homcide realizing a long-time goal by scoring his very first ever IWC victory, pinning Styles with the Gringo Killer.

The 2006 Feud of the Year, and rivalry 2 and a half years in the making, culminated in what may very well have been the final meeting between Low-ki and "Fabulous" John McChesney. Both men put their 1-1-2 record against one another on the line to finally decide the better man in a series that began at Super Indy 4. It took Low-ki two consecutive versions of The Warrior's Way from the top rope to put away the Fabulous One and score the victory in this non-title bout. Low-ki was the victor, but McChesney, in this series, no doubt accomplished the goal he set his mind to way back at Super Indy 4, to prove himself as being on Low-ki's level.

What may have been the safe bet for show-stealer of the weekend did not fail to deliver when Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin, The Motor City Machine Guns, collided with perhaps the most underrated tag team in wrestling, M-Dogg 20 & Josh Prohibition, The Burning River Brigade. Both teams have a rich history with one another as both rivals and partners, with Shelley & Sabin quickly becoming arguably the most cohesive duo in wrestling despite only having teamed together regularly for the past six months. The MCMGs made their individual return and collective debut in IWC count, using one of their rapid kick combos to down the former 2-time IWC tag champs.

On the subject of tag team insanity, fans were treated to another in a critically-acclaimed serious of fast-paced, high-octane, adrenaline-fueled multi-team tag team matches, this time being the first ever in IWC five-way tag team match. Eric Xtasy & Justin Idol of Sexual Harassment outlasted Johnny Gargano & Michael Façade, Babyface Fire, The Gambino Brothers, and lastly the Cleveland Mafia to win the match and solidify the fact that Sexual Harassment has ironed out their differences and are perhaps a better team now than ever before. After the match, J-Rocc offered his apologies to Ray Rowe for the miscue between the two that cost them the match, and told Rowe that, out of fear of screwing up once again, he would not be ringside for Rowe's championship cage match the next night.

Perhaps the most violent rivalry in IWC history was revisited when longest reigning IWC champion in history and former Unholy Alliance leader Shirley Doe met former Unholy Alliance member and current Dennis Gregory associate Sebastian Dark. Both men brutalized one another all over the building onto bleachers, walls, and any object around them. Doe needed not only the Sillyhead 2 but a move he refers to as Order 66 to pin the double-tough Bastard Son of 1000 Corpses.

The most emotional rivalry, and 2006 IWC Match of the Year was revisited as well, when Super Hentai met Troy Lords. Much like their Last Man Standing Match some 13 months ago, tensions and tempers continued to escalate throughout the match until both men were practically killing each other and themselves in order to come out on top. Super Hentai was able to best his former student on this night, but the real question is this: Have Hentai and Lords finally gotten their anger and bad blood for one another out of their system, or will there continue to be tension and confrontation whenever Lords and Hentai find themselves on the supposed same side of the battle against The War Machine or anyone else?

Two top title contenders, "Havana Pitbull" Ricky Reyes and Davey Richards met in a classic battle of hard strikes and submission wrestling. Richards was able to accomplish something so few men before have, making the ultra-tough Reyes tap out to Richards' Kimura Lock.

"Sweet & Sour" Larry Sweeney was able to gain momentum leading into his cage match, defeating former champion Delirious in a unique match to say the least which saw everything from traditional wrestling to a proposed strut-off.

And in a tribute to the men who helped pave the way for today's IWC stars and help establish the company and its championship as a prestigious entity, yours truly had the privilege of introducing and recognizing some of IWC's greatest champions from the past, including Powerhouse Hughes, Jimmy Vega$, and Dean Radford. Current champion Dennis Gregory immediately turned the segment into a one-man show upon his introduction, bragging about being the only four-time champion ever and proclaiming himself as better than all others in the ring.

Night 2 - Controlled Chaos

Dennis Gregory was considerably less overconfident at he entered the steel cage to defend his IWC Title against "The Baddest Man in IWC" Ray Rowe. This was Gregory's environment, it was warfare, it was a battlefield, it was the environment that he shined so brightly in at No Excuses 2, however there would be no way for anyone to help Gregory with 15 feet of steel surrounding him. Ray Rowe brought a reluctant J-Rocc with him to ringside, as Rowe insisted J-Rocc be there for his moment of glory. J-Rocc opted to take a seat at the commentary position and watch on. Gregory was resourceful enough to use the cage as a weapon, but when Rowe had the opportunity to unleash his vicious array of suplexes, the tide turned. As Rowe seemed prepared to escape the cage and win, Brent Albright, Sebastian Dark, and CJ Sensation of the War Machine emerged and caught Rowe, ramming his head into the cage and depositing him back inside. As J-Rocc chased the War Machine away, as well as John McChesney who also became involved, Gregory's dominance in the ring was only temporary. Once Rowe again made a superhuman like recovery, he was ready to escape the cage. Just then, a betrayal. J-Rocc, Rowe's partner, trainer, and best friend for nearly the past two years, slammed the cage door on Ray Rowe's head, an impact that was so hard the solid steel cage door literally broke off from one of its hinges. Rowe was out, allowing Gregory to pin the fallen challenger to once again barely sneak away. As J-Rocc gloated over a fallen Rowe, Rowe began showing signs of life, which led to the Big Daddy of Destruction making a quick exit. Once both members of the former Cleveland Mafia left, Gregory began to gloat. But he opened his mouth too soon.

Promoter Norm Connors had told Gregory that Gregory would leave the cage with the IWC Title "over my dead body". Connors made the revelation that Gregory, as a result of an open contract Gregory had made some weeks ago. Connors revealed the opponent as the chords of "Enter Sandman" filled the arena. The 5 time former ECW World Champion made his trademark entrance and Gregory's second title defense inside a cage was underway. While Gregory fought for his life, the damage had been done, and with the White Russian Legsweep, The Sandman became the NEW IWC Heavyweight Champion! Just then, the lights went out again, and when they came back on we saw. Daivari?? The former WWE competitor unleashed a verbal tirade on The Sandman in a foreign tongue, then assisted Gregory in an attempted beat down of the champion until Too Cold Scorpio saved his one-time tag partner Sandman.

NEW Tag Team Champions were also crowned as Jason Gory & Shiima Xion finally avenged months of pain and torture inflicted at the hands of The Gambino Family and their cronies. The match had everything from blood to breathtaking risks to the violent effects of hundreds of thumbtacks. It was an effort and an emotion that defies description and justice in words. Two of the brightest young stars in wrestling today overcame the powerful and dangerous Gambinos to reclaim their place at the top of the mountain as IWC Tag Team Champions. Despite tazers, nightsticks, champagne bottles, and home invasions, the hit put out on the careers of Babyface Fire was officially unsuccessful.

The Super Indy championship cage match saw John McChesney attempt to use the same strategy he used to originally capture the Super Indy Title from Sweeney this past July, as much like their previous encounter Sweeney's head was deeply and severely lacerated, this time from the steel cage. Back in July, McChesney was able to prolong the match and withstand Sweeney's assaults until Sweeney lost so much blood he became too weakened to fight. McChesney's similar attempts were not as successful on this night. Sweeney battled through the blood loss, forcing McChesney to resort to tying Sweeney to the bottom rope with a leather belt, and attempting to escape over the top of the cage. Sweeney was able to free himself and made his way through the door, but the leather belt plus the blood loss led to McChesney being a hair quicker, and escaping with his title. Sweeney's 5 months journey back to the title had come down to just 5 seconds, as McChesney barely escapes ahead of Sweet & Sour.

"The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe added another story to his headline-making week with the defeat of Too Cold Scorpio with his trademark musclebuster. However, Joe didn't realize until the match had concluded that Scorpio had been tripped up from the top rope by none other than then-IWC Champion Dennis Gregory. Scorpio had interrupted one of Gregory's diatribes earlier in the evening, and announced he was setting his sights on the IWC Title as well, which Gregory certainly did not take kindly too. Gregory may have marred this match and made an enemy out of Scorpio, but Too Cold and Samoa Joe still had a respectful embrace after the match.

The show stealer of this evening was without a doubt IWC's Past, Present, and Future ten-man tag, which featured anything and everything in over 20 minutes of one of the most unpredictable battles in recent memory. Shirley Doe, Super Hentai, Troy Lords, Dean Radford, and Michael "The Bomber" Façade defeated "DeeeLicious" Jimmy DeMarco, CJ Sensation (making his in-ring return), Sebastian Dark, Jimmy Vega$ and the debuting Teddy Fine. Team Doe had piled the bodies of their opposition in the center of the ring and jumped on top, making what was perhaps professional wrestling's first ever ten-man pinfall attempt. However, Jimmy Vega$ reminded us all of why he was IWC's first ever 2-time heavyweight champion, muscling nine bodies off of his before succumbing to a surprise rollup.

Ricky Reyes met Davey Richards in a rematch from the previous night, and showcased why he is a former IWC Champion. Reyes was able to not only trap, but defeat Richards with Richards' Kimura Lock, the very same hold Richards had tapped Reyes out with the night before. Reyes vs. Richards may very well be the most even series we've ever seen in IWC and is no doubt far far from over.

IWC's match of personalities also provided some unique moments, as the jittery and paranoid "Showtime" Eric Young battled the man from the Edge of Sanity Delirious with former multiple time IWC Tag Team Champion Glenn Spectre serving as special referee. It was perhaps the most psychological and most bizarre match in quite some time, with even referee Spectre getting involved in the action. Delirious was able to score the victory, which led to an equally bizarre group hug after the match.

When "The Franchise" Shane Douglas stepped into an IWC ring for the first time in well over a year, he was prepared to call out the man who's spent 3 and a half years taking credit for running Douglas OUT of IWC. Bubba the Bulldog. However, Douglas never expected what would happen once he and Bubba were face-to-face. For all that Shane had done in this business, for all the positives he contributed to it, and for all that he had done for a young Bubba the Bulldog a decade ago, Bubba simply had to say "Thank you." The locker room emptied to honor Shane with the respect that he has earned time and time again over his storied 20+ year career. A clearly emotional Franchise addressed the locker room and fans and showed his appreciation and support for the IWC roster and what they do each and every month. The Franchise was also the same old Franchise when it came to having a live microphone, and covered many other controversial topics that will not be printed here. However, a deserving touching moment for a legendary figure in this business.

Sexual Harassment continued their winning ways into this night, besting 2-time former tag team champions, the timeless duo of "Wild Eyed Southern Boy" Tracy Smothers and "Hi-Flying" Chris Hamrick, Southern Comfort. The match even included a classic Tracy Smothers/Eric Xtasy dance-off, however no amount of dancing could save Smothers from Eric Xtasy's chokeslam and the ensuing pinfall.

"The Shooter" Brent Albright, the hired gun of the War Machine, defeated "Double C" Claudio Castagnoli in Claudio's attempt at one more crack at the War Machine after having been narrowly defeated by the crafty Dennis Gregory two months ago. Albright proved how dangerous he can be in all areas of the ring, by repeatedly striking Claudio in the head with his exposed knee until Double C could continue no more.


January 19, 2008, COURT TIME SPORTS CENTER, 95 Enterprise St., Elizabeth, PA 15037



Insanity Pro Wrestling


NEWS – None reported


December 1, 2007, Hardcore Holiday

The Hybrids beat The Mavericks

Dave Crist, Junk Food Junkie, Ryan Rich, Evan Steele beat Dustin Rayz, Louis Linaris, Chris Wonders, The Madness

Joey "Kidd" Owens beat Christian Vaughn

Jon Moxley beat Jake Crist to qualify for the Mid-American Title Gauntlet Match

PT Hustla beat "Swee" Lou Roberts to qualify for the Mid-American Title Gauntlet Match

Osyris vs. xOMGx - no contest (Osyris choke slammed OMG through a table outside the ring)

Junior Heavyweight Champion Billy Roc beat Sami Callihan to retain the title

Nevaeh and Lexi Lane beat Paige Adams and Elektra Fine

Grand Champion Carlton Kaz beat Dave Davidson in a Steel Cage Match to reta


January 5, 2007, "ANIMOSITY"

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





















Also, appearing:






International Pro Wrestling


NEWS - None reported

RESULTS – None reported


First Full Update For January 26th Portsmouth - U-Gene Debuts!

Posted by Daniel Edler


IPW:UK Return To Portsmouth, Hampshire, This January 26th Featuring WWE’s Former Eugene!!

IPW:UK action in Portsmouth has been some of the most impressive wrestling in the country of late, with top young stars coming through such as The Thrillers (‘The Star Attraction’ Mark Haskins, ‘The Physical Specimen’ Joey Redman & ‘The Fitness’ Ricky Hype), Wade Fitzgerald, Harry Mills and many more. Add into the mix the established IPW:UK regulars, and a bit of international flavour and you have yourself a top night of wrestling action throughout.

Saturday January 26th 2008 is set to be no different, as IPW:UK return for their third massive show at the Mountbatten Centre, the venue which hosted the most recent PWG (Pro Wrestling Guerrilla) European Vacation – England, event.

And making his IPW:UK debut will be none other than the star formerly known in the WWE as EUGENE, as he goes one-on-one against known 6ft6inch bully himself, LT Summer! of The Hated Heroes!

Three Big Matches Signed For January 26th!

As mentioned in the opening paragraph, IPW:UK are delighted to confirm that debuting former WWE star U-Gene (formerly Eugene) will go one-on-one in singles action against the 6ft6inch bully LT Summers, of The Hated Heroes.

Last time out in the Mountbatten Centre saw Summers team up with Hated Heroes running buddy Aviv Maayan to

As a result of Summers being in singles action, and Andy Boy Simmonz’ position as the current reigning and defending IPW:UK Champion, Aviv Maayan has been left without a tag team partner. After the positive reviews of the idea both backstage and with fans in Orpington, IPW:UK have signed another in the series of “Pick A Partner” tag team contests.

On one side will be Aviv Maayan, with his opponent being none other than one half of Maximum Head, Dan Head! Head, a Portsmouth local with a super impressive win/loss record both in singles and tag team action in the Portsmouth area, is also left without regular tag partner ‘The Human Dynamo’ Max Voltage as we will see below, as…

Voltage takes on ‘Rowdy’ Ricky Knight in singles competition, as a part of the first round of the British National Championship. ‘The Rowdy Man’ is a veteran of the British scene, and made his Portsmouth IPW:UK debut back in July as a part of Team WAW, who on that night were on the losing end of an Inter-Fed Cup tie. This time however Knight will be taking on a wrestler who has had his most successful times in IPW:UK as a tag team wrestler, but indeed Voltage is another of the firm Portsmouth favourites and as a result it will not be an easy night’s work for Knight by any stretch of the imagination.

And the final current confirmed match-up is one pitting David vs. Goliath for sure, as the cocky young Zak Zodiac may well meet his match against the debuting UK Pitbulls member Bulk. The UK Pitbulls comprise the largest tag team in Europe, and quite possibly the most successful, with Bulk’s sheer size, power and strength playing a large part in their many accomplishments.

Other News::

IPW:UK are delighted to inform fans that ‘The Righteous’ Paul Travell will make a rare wrestling appearance for IPW:UK at the “Buckland Identity” event at the Buckland Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire, on Saturday March 8th! Get your tickets now, over at ipwuk.com/shop!

The IPW:UK Buy 2 Get 1 Free DVD sale is proving a massive Christmas hit. We have now run out of stock of many titles, but will be correcting this in the next 48 hours, so get your orders in this weekend for Monday morning shipping in time for Christmas! Head over to ipwuk.com/shop for more information!  

Japanese Wrestling

News, Results for Japanese wrestling is located here. For current Japanese wrestling information, visit http://www.ajpw.puroresufan.com/


2007 Oudou Love Awards by Irving - 12/16/07 1:26 pm

After a 2006 hiatus, the Oudou Love Awards are back... hopefully I can get a subforum going, or else I'll do individual stickies with polls in them... The voting deadline will be 12/30, and the winners will be announced on 1/2/08.


- Keiji Muto

- Kensuke Sasaki

- Satoshi Kojima

- Toshiaki Kawada

- Taiyo Kea

- Suwama



- Katsuhiko Nakajima

- Ryuji Hijikata

- Masanobu Fuchi

- Miguel Hayashi Jr.

- PEPE Michinoku

- El NOSAWA Mendoza

- Shuji Kondo

- "brother" YASSHI

- Chris Sabin


- Keiji Muto & Joe Doering

- Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima

- Keiji Muto & Zach Gowen

- Minoru Suzuki & Ryuji Hijikata

- Osamu Nishimura & Masanobu Fuchi

- Satoshi Kojima & Suwama

- Satoshi Kojima & TARU

- Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI

- Katsuhiko Nakajima & Ryuji Hijikata

- Nobutaka Araya & Nobukazu Hirai

- Seiya Sanada & T28


- Voodoo Rope Deathmatch: Kaz Hayashi vs. Suwama (12/15/06 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Shuji Kondo (c) vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima (2/17 @ Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan)

- Triple Crown: Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. Satoshi Kojima (2/17 @ Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan)

- Champion Carnival - Block B: Satoshi Kojima vs. Toshiaki Kawada (3/29 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Champion Carnival - Final: Keiji Muto vs. Toshiaki Kawada (3/29 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Junior Heavyweight Singles League: AKIRA vs. Chris Sabin (6/24 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Junior Heavyweight Singles League: Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Shuji Kondo (6/24 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Triple Crown: Minoru Suzuki (c) vs. Keiji Muto (7/1 @ Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium)

- AJPW World Jr. Heavyweight Title: Katsuhiko Nakajima (c) vs. Chris Sabin (8/26 @ Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan)

- Triple Crown: Kensuke Sasaki (c) vs. Toshiaki Kawada (10/18 @ Yoyogi National Stadium Gymnasium #2)


- Keiji Muto, Satoshi Kojima & Kaz Hayashi vs. TARU, Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI (1/26 @ Okinawa Prefectural Budokan)

- Satoshi Kojima, Kaz Hayashi & AKIRA vs. Minoru Suzuki, NOSAWA Rongai & MAZADA (2/12 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Kensuke Sasaki, Satoshi Kojima, Taiyo Kea & Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. TARU, Suwama, Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI (4/22 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)

- Triple Arrow Cup - Semi Final: Satoshi Kojima, Taiyo Kea & T28 vs. Kensuke Sasaki, Katsuhiko Nakajima & Seiya Sanada (5/29 @ Hiroshima Green Arena Sub Arena)

- AJPW World Tag Team Title: Toshiaki Kawada & Taiyo Kea (c) vs. Satoshi Kojima & TARU (8/26 @ Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan)

- Kensuke Sasaki & Katsuhiko Nakajima vs. Toshiaki Kawada & Ryuji Hijikata (9/29 @ Hakata Star Lane)

- World's Strongest Tag League: Keiji Muto & Joe Doering vs. Satoshi Kojima & Suwama (11/23 @ Tokyo Korakuen Hall)


- T28

- Seiya Sanada

- Yujiro Kushida

- Ryuji Yamaguchi

- Joe Doering

- Phil Atlas


- Katsuhiko Nakajima becomes youngest Jr. Champion (2/17)

- Satoshi Kojima joins the Voodoo Murders (6/24)

- Minoru Suzuki defeats Keiji Muto (7/1)

- Brute Issei retires from All Japan (10/07)

- Osamu Nishimura saves All Japan army (10/18)

- Osamu Nishimura & Manabu Soya join All Japan (10/19)

*OUDOU LOVE PRIZE* (The Oudou Love Prize is for those who've exhibited the most pro-wrestling love throughout the year, past winners include Tomoaki Honma and Masanobu Fuchi)

- Keiji Muto

- Zach Gowen

- Masanobu Fuchi

- Nobutaka Araya

- Nobukazu Hirai

- Ryuji Hijikata

- Seiya Sanada



Tokyo Korakuen Hall, 2,100 Fans - Super No Vacancy

1. Masanobu Fuchi beat Manabu Soya (12:20) with a keylock.

2. Mexico Amigos DX Call!: Ray Minoru, Miguel Hayashi Jr., PEPE Michinoku & El NOSAWA Mendoza beat Ryuji Hijikata, Kikutaro, T28 & Ryuji Yamaguchi (13:34) when NOSAWA used a super-high school speed horizontal cradle on T28.

3. Devouring Confrontation Handicap 3km Curry Big Eater: Gal Sone beat Nobutaka Araya & Nobukazu Hirai (9:23) when Gal Sone out ate Araya.

4. F-1 Tag Team Title: Keiji Muto & Kannazaki (c) beat Kensuke Sasaki & The Twin Entertainers (15:19) when Kannazaki with a moonsault press on of the Entertainers (2nd defense).

5. Satoshi Kojima & Shuji Kondo beat Osamu Nishimura & Seiya Sanada (17:58) when Kojima used a Western lariat on Sanada.


Partial 1/2/08 & 1/3/08 cards by Irving - 12/14/07 10:16 am

Partial cards for the traditional January Korakuen double-header were released today. Outside of the customary battle royals, 1/3 will see Kojima & TARU make their first defense of the tag titles since winning them on 8/26/07 in Sumo Hall against the RWTL winners, Muto & Doering.

AJPW, 1/2/08, Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Nobutaka Araya & Nobukazu Hirai vs. Abdullah The Butcher & Minoru Suzuki 

2. Osamu Nishimura, Taiyo Kea & Seiya Sanada vs. ZODIAC, Shuji Kondo & "brother" YASSHI

3. Keiji Muto, Kensuke Sasaki & Joe Doering vs. Satoshi Kojima, TARU & Suwama

- New Year Heavyweight Battle Royal

AJPW, 1/3/08, Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Kensuke Sasaki & Ryuji Yamaguchi vs. Abdullah The Butcher & Minoru Suzuki

2. Taiyo Kea & Nobukazu Hirai vs. Suwama & ZODIAC

3. AJPW World Tag Team Title: Satoshi Kojima & TARU (c) vs. Keiji Muto & Joe Doering

- New Year Junior Heavyweight Battle Royal


Jersey All Pro Wrestling


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


Saturday, January 19th, 2008

Golden Door Charter School  -  180 9th Street, Jersey City, NJ

The return of former WWE Superstars Crime Time

Low Ki

TNA Superstars LAX (Homicide & Hernandez)

Teddy Hart

Plus many more superstars to be announced

Belltime: 7:30pm  

Lucha Libre

With the exception of AAA and CMLL(formerly EMLL), all Lucha Libre news, events and results are located here.  For current Lucha Libre information, visit www.luchaworld.com and see Kris Zellner’s reports.


Mistico and Averno (story line enemies) were traveling together on 12/3 to a show which resulted in an automobile accident. Averno was banged up as the truck he was driving flipped over. Mistico suffered an ankle sprain.

The movie "Atlantis al Rescate" debuted in Mexico on Friday. The film features wrestling star Atlantis.

Arturo Rivera reported in Ovaciones on Tuesday that Cibernetico will be out of action for 4 months after getting severely burned at Guerra de Titanes and La Parka Jr. will be out for 3 months with his injured shoulder again.

L.A. Par-K was quoted in today’s Ovaciones that even though he is back in EMLL and he is a tecnico, he would never team up with Dr. Wagner Jr. no matter what they offered him. Par-K said that he wants his mask match with Wagner and wants it soon.


Independent 12/9 – Salon Medina de Carmen Campeche

1. Espiritu Maya beat Apolo Sureno Jr.

2. Angel Apocaliptico & Angel Celestial defeated Mamba & Sangre Latina

3. Karma & Thunderson beat Satanas & Xtabay

4. Gamos el Centauro/Neurosis/Tigre Pardo defeated Johnny Reyna/Bello Adrian/La Chona

5. Blue Demon Jr. & Dr. Wagner Jr. beat L.A. Par-K & Rey Bucanero when Doc fouled Par-K behind the ref’s back.

Independent 12/15 – Arena Miguel Canto de Cozumel drawing 2,500 fans

Jerrito Estrada & Mini Chessman beat Mascarita Divina & La Parkita when Chessman fouled Parkita behind the ref’s back.

Vicki Carranza/Cassandro/Pimpinela Escarlata defeated Rossy Moreno/Jesse/Yuriko

Los Vipers Revolucion (Histeria/Mr. Niebla/Psicosis) beat Joe Lider/Juventud Guerrera/El Mexicano when Psicosis fouled Juvy behind the ref’s back.

Promociones Aguilas 12/16 – Plaza de Toros de Morelia (Fans were not happy at all the substitutions)

Estrellita & Mascarita Divina beat Sexy Salome (a man dressed in drag subbing for La Diabolica) & Mini Histeria (subbing for Mini Charly Manson)

Taiji Ishimori (subbing for Crazy Boy)/Joe Lider/Juventud Guerrera defeated Los Vipers Revolucion (Histeria/Mr. Niebla/Psicosis)

Elegido/Gronda II/Mascara Divina (subbing for La Parka Jr.) beat Escoria/Histeria (subbing for Cuervo)/El Mesias

12/18 – Arena Mexico

1. Super Camaleon & Super Tri vs. Artillero & Super Comando

2. Metalico/Starman/Tony Rivera vs. Arkangel de la Muerte/Diamante Negro/Dr. X

3. Flash/Stuka Jr./Super Nova vs. Loco Max/Nosferatu/Virus

4. Heavy Metal/La Mascara/Valiente vs. Mephisto/Misterioso II/Sangre Azteca

5. Dos Caras Jr./Rey Bucanero/Volador Jr. vs. Los Villanos (III/IV/V)

12/21 – Arena Mexico

1. Los Rayos Tapatios I y II vs. Artillero & Super Comando

2. Atomo/Mascarita Dorada/Tzuki vs. Mini Black Warrior/Pequeno Damian 666/Pierrothito

3. La Mascara/Sagrado/Volador Jr. vs. Black Warrior/Misterioso II/Universo Dos Mil

4. Heavy Metal/Negro Casas/La Sombra vs. Atlantis/Averno/Ultimo Guerrero

5. Dos Caras Jr./L.A. Par-K/Shocker vs. Los Perros del Mal (Perro Aguayo Jr./Mr. Aguila/Hector Garza)

12/23 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara

1. Quazar vs. Milenio

2. Estrella de Jalisco & Lider vs. Asesino Negro & Destroyer

3. Anthrax & Evola vs. Depredador & Exterminador

4. Leon Blanco/Magnum/Valiente vs. Nosferatu/Satanico/Toxico

5. Alex Koslov/Rayman/Sagrado vs. Mr. Aguila/Cien Caras Jr./Universo Dos Mil

12/23 – Arena Mexico

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

2. Metalico/Molotov/Super Nova vs. Escandalo/Loco Max/Nitro

3. Flash/Leono/Maximo vs. Hajime Ohara/Shigeo Okumura/Satanico

4. Dos Caras Jr./Rey Bucanero/Volador Jr. vs. Averno/Mephisto/Sangre Azteca

5. Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Black Warrior/Olimpico) vs. Los Perros del Mal (Perro Aguayo Jr./Damian el Terrible/Hector Garza)

12/25 – Arena Puebla

Heavy Metal/Maximo/Valiente vs. Hajime Ohara/Shigeo Okumura/Sangre Azteca

Rey Bucanero/Sagrado/Shocker vs. Averno/Mephisto/Olimpico

12/18 – Arena Aficion de Pachuca

1. Colmillo Blanco & Drastic Boy vs. Medics I y III

2. Ragde & Violento Jack vs. Aero Boy & Konami

3. Enfermero Jr. & La Plaga vs. Pierroth II & Violencia

4. Crazy Boy/Mosco de la Merced/Negro Navarro vs. Los Payasos (I/II/III)

12/18 – Arena Queretaro

1. Dark Crazy & Mr. Rebelde vs. Aviador & Fuego Latino

2. Neurosis & Startron vs. Galaxy & Silver Dragon

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

4. La Mascara & Maximo vs. Rambo & Virus

5. Dr. Wagner Jr. & Dos Caras Jr. vs. Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero


12/18 – Arena Corona de Reynosa

1. La Boa vs. Guerrero del Camino

2. Misterio Negro & Rey Patriota vs. El Bufalo & Zeus

3. Los Payasos I y II vs. Dakota & Rey del Camino

4. Al Cruz/Benny Ruiz/Super Chuky vs. Nacho Zapata/Pitagoros/Super Boy

5. Estrella Dorada Jr. & Hijo del Huracan Ramirez vs. Antifaz del Norte & Rey Infernal

Maryland Championship Wrestling



NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported





Maryland Championship Wrestling has updated the card for MCW HOLIDAY HOMECOMING 2007, Wednesday, December 26th, 2007, at Michael's Eighth Avenue, in Glen Burnie, Maryland.



MCW Heavyweight Champion JOEY MATTHEWS & CHRISTIAN YORK vs. CREATIVE CONTROL - THE BRUISER & ADAM FLASH (w/ Kimberley McDevitt & Tom Brandi)

If Matthews scores the pin, he will not have to defend the title against anyone in this match. If someone else scores the pin, they will wrestle Matthews for the title at MCW ANNIVERSARY '08.






DEREK FRAZIER (champion) vs. JOSH DANIELS (Shamrock Cup VII Winner)

If Frazier wins, then this will be the last title shot for Daniels. However, if Frazier is counted out or gets disqualified, he will lose the title.


DANNY McDEVITT vs. ZACHARY SHANE (w/ Kimberley McDevitt)



Plus, the return of the former 5-time ECW World Heavyweight Champion, THE SANDMAN!!!

More to be announced, Card subject to change.


Tickets are available at the door or via TicketMonster.com. or marylandwrestling.com

Tickets can be purchased via phone by calling 410-719-0030, or toll free 800-637-3719.

Golden Circle Ringside (Front Row) - $35.00, Silver Circle Ringside (2nd row) - $30.00

Ringside Reserved - $25.00, General Admission - $20.00

Charges for MCW Tickets will appear as "WNW, INC." on your credit card statement

Tickets also available at:


Corner of Crain Highway & B.A. Blvd., GLEN BURNIE, MARYLAND

(410) 761-6366

Hide-A-Way Leathers

6713 Holabird Ave - Dundalk, MD



From Washington, D.C., Columbia, or Points South of Maryland:

Take I-95 or 294 (B/W Parkway) North towards Baltimore

Exit at Route 100 East - Follow signs for Glen Burnie

Continue on Route 100 to I-97 North

Follow signs for 97 North - Baltimore and Glen Burnie

Take 97 North to Exit 15A, Route 176 East

Continue on 176 East - Go straight thru the intersection at Rt 648, then continue straight for ˝ mile to Grayburn Drive - Turn left - Michael's will be on the right side

From Eastern Shore or Annapolis:

Route 50 West to I-97 North

Take 97 North to Exit 15A, Route 176 East

Continue on 176 East - Go straight thru the intersection at Rt 648, then continue straight for ˝ mile to Grayburn Drive - Turn left - Michael's will be on the right side

From Baltimore and Points North:

Take 695 towards Glen Burnie to exit 4 - I-97 South

Continue on 97 South to Rt 648 exit - at end of exit, turn left on to Route 648 South

Go ˝ mile to Eighth Avenue - Turn left at Wendy's Restaurant

Continue ˝ mile to Grayburn Drive - Turn left - Michael's will be on the right side

From Bowie/Crofton:

Route 3 North to I-97 North

Continue on I-97 North to Exit 15A (Route 176 East)

Continue on 176 East - Go straight thru intersection at Rt 648 then continue straight for ˝ mile to Grayburn Drive - Turn left on Grayburn, Michael's on right side

From Out of State (North of Maryland):

Take I-95 South to 895 (Old Baltimore Harbor Tunnel)

Exit Tunnel and take I-97 South

Follow I-97 South to MD Route 648 South, at end of exit turn left on to 648 South

Continue on 648 South ˝ to Eighth Avenue, Turn left at Wendy's Restaurant

Continue ˝ mile to Grayburn Drive, turn left - Michael's will be on the right side


Visit www.myspace.com/marylandwrestling for constant updates and communicate with fans of MCW.


If you are interested in joining the street team and being a part of the ring crew, please send your information via e-mail to streetteam@marylandwrestling.com. Leave your name and phone number in the e-mail. You must be 18 years of age or older.

contact info: shawncredle@marylandwrestling.com


Midwest States Pro Wrestling

NEWS – None reported


December 14, 2007, Coal City, IL, FINAL SHOW

Bailey Mannix pinned Chuck Frisbee

Mike Horning used a death valley driver to beat Dan The Man

A.D.D scored a pinfall victory over Mike Horning

Prince Ali beat Derrick St. Holmes to win the Heritage Title

Jason Hades beat Brandon Thomaselli

In a Lumberjack Match, Mia Martinez defeated Lacey

Brett Gakiya defeated Michael Flannery for the MSPW Championship

Coal City StreetFight, DDS, Bailey Mannix and Braden Scott beat C.J. Esparza, Hunter Matthews, and Marc Matthews

EVENTS – None reported  

Mid-South Wrestling Alliance


NEWS – None reported


December 16, 2007, Golden Goose Flea Market, Midwest City, OK

"Ky-ote" Joe Herell def. Montego Seeka

Xavior def. MSWA Oklahoma Champion Outlaw by DQ

Se7en def. Jason Kirby in an Exhibition Match

Shawn Matthews III def. Brock Landers and Maniacal Mike in a Triple Threat


Kevin Morgan def. Chaz Sharpe

MSWA Mid-South Tag Team Champions The South Side Soul Assassins (Tyson

James & 3rd Rail) def. The New Age Syndicate (Scott Sanders & Shawn






You can also get your Advance Tickets @ the Bargains Store @ N.W. 10TH & PENN.

& You can get Advance Tickets at the Paradise Club 4720 W. I-40 Service Rd. See Mike Crawford for Advance Tickets at the Paradise Club


Mr. Chainsaw Pro Wrestling



NEWS – None reported


December 8, 2007, Kalkaska Civic Center, Kalkaska, MI, Christmas


Knight Wagner def. Deuce Diamond by pinfall

Main Show

Sabbath def. Kra-Z by DQ in a "Chair on a Pole" Match

Zach Gowen & Zeroe def. The Young Assassins by DQ

Caden Ames and Chance Laredo def. "So Fine" Frank Stein to advance in No Limits Title Tournament

Jimmy Jacobs def. Lou Crank by pinfall

Shane Hollister def. Christin Able by pinfall

Mike White and Kid Hybrid def. Jeff Brooks to advance in No Limits Title Tournament

Josh Abercrombie sucessfully defended his MCPW World Championship against Tyler Black.

After the Match, Jimmy Jacobs attacked Abercrombie with Black joining in, and debuting "THE AGE OF THE FALL" in MCPW!


February 2, 2008, Kalkaska Civic Center, Kalkaska, MI





Episode number 4 of GOTPM is now online, including reviews of IWA-MS's last show, featuring Ian Rotten's retirement, and Anarchy TV episode number 91.


December 15, 2007, Cornelia, GA

Todd Sexton and Wes Grissom were the last two men in the ring of a fourteen-man rumble, and the finish was ruled a draw when both fell to the floor outside the ring simultaneously

Shadow Jackson over Don Matthews by disqualification

Talent & Money (J.T. Talent & Andrew Pendleton III) over Billy Buck & Chris King

Phil Shatter (w/ Jeff G. Bailey), Mikal Judas & Iceberg (w/ Reverend Wilson) over Jesse Emerson & the Regular Guys (Bobby Hill & Tyler Smith)

Jeremy Vain & Rob Adonis over Chris Day & Jeff Jameson

Austin Creed over Shaun Tempers.

EVENTS – None reported  





Western NY wrestling fans have a new home for a message board. The NWA Upstate and Empire's message board has moved to http://s6.invisionfree.com/kayfabedojowrestling. Please update your bookmarks and favorites to the new link!

RESULTS – None reported


Kayfabe Dojo Wrestling Inc Presents in Sanction with the National Wrestling Alliance

NWA Upstate's, WRESTLEBOWL '08

NWA Upstate Heavyweight Title Three-Way Match:

Jimmy Olsen (c) vs. Danny Doring vs. "Fabulous" John McChesney (w/Star Rider)

NWA Empire/National Heavyweight Champion Pepper Parks vs. Cody Deaner

McCloud Brothers vs. Super Assassin/Triple X

CloudLee vs. No Limits Champion Cheech/Gabe Saint

January 12th, 2008, Dome Arena, Henrietta, NY

Preshow: 6:00 PM, Main Show 6:30 PM

$11 Presale, $14 at the door, $7 - children 9 & under

For more information, 585-621-4293



National Wrestling Superstars


NEWS – None reported


On the heels of a highly successful and sold-out debut in Kenilworth, NJ the previous night, National Wrestling Superstars concluded its double-shot weekend with a return engagement at the Dunellen, NJ Knights of Columbus Hall. A highly energetic near-capacity crowd of 150-200 screaming fans, the presence of WWE legendary manager Captain Lou Albano, and a troupe of wrestlers who were definitely on their game, made for another outstanding NWS night.

Corey Havoc and Indian Brave Draven fought to a ten-minute time-limit draw in a match to determine the #1 Contender to the NWS NJ Heavyweight Title. The fans and Draven asked for five more minutes, but Havoc refused, so the match ended in a draw.

The Jersey Cowboy & J.D. Smoothie, with manager Rocco Dorsey, defeated Nate Mustang & Sabotage, who were managed by Johnny "Goumba" Diamond. Sabotage had actually brain-bustered Cowboy and had him down for a sure pin, but while the referee was distracted by Smoothie and Mustang brawling outside the ring, Rocco sneaked in and DDT'd Sabotage and placed Cowboy on top of him for the referee to see and make the 1-2-3 count.

In a battle of big brawlers, former ECW brawler The Equalizer defeated Blade Michaels with a roll-up after Michaels missed a splash to the corner.

Mighty Mikey Pacifica, managed by Johnny "Goumba" Diamond, defeated Boris Nobika, who was being managed that night by Rocco Dorsey, after a back-cracker. The Equalizer also came out with Rocco Dorsey as a "bodyguard", but was sent back to the locker room. After the match, Equalizer returned to the ring and attacked Mikey, until The Wrestling Clown, along with WWE star The Patriot who was signing autographs in the back of the Hall, came to Mikey's rescue.

The team known as the "Q-T-Pies", Myke Quest & Rhett Titus (who had no shortage of screaming female fans in Dunellen), defeated Nicky Oceans & Riot in a fast-paced high-flying match after a double-team legdrop on Riot off the top rope.

In the main event, The Wrestling Clown, managed by Johnny "Goumba" Diamond, defeated former WWE bad boy Salvatore Sincere, managed by Rocco Dorsey. Sal spent the first ten minutes of the match trading insults with NWS Commissioner Gino Moore, and threatening to leave if he and the fans didn't stop calling him "Pinky". Late in the match, Senior NWS referee Kenny Edwards got caught between Sal and the Clown brawling in the cormer and was knocked out. Rocco Dorsey brought a "Wet Floor" sign into the ring (the ringside area was sold out so there were no steel chairs to spare) and tried to hit The Clown with it as he was held by Sal, but The Clown reversed the hold at the last second and it was Sal who got knocked out instead. The Clown then covered Sal for the pin as referee Mike Dillon ran in to make the 1-2-3 count.

December 28, 2007, Long Branch, NJ

Holiday Havoc makes its traditional return to the Seashore Broadway Gym, 404 Broadway (minutes from Route 36 and the Parkway) with a 7:45pm bell time. Where else can you catch the world famous Iron Sheik, "America's Hero" The Patriot, and The Blue Meanie... all three in fact former WWE superstars. The fans will also witness a match that could only can be conceived by the diabolical minds of the NWS promoters, as a Wrestlers Revenge Handicap Match pits The Hideous Hillbillies (Cletus & Cooter) against three popular NWS referees in likes of S.P. Anderson & Mike "Quick Count" Dillon & Long Branch's own wrestling referee Sargeant Jimmy Storm. Also on tap will be a Long Branch Tables Match between two combatants who have been having no-holds-barred matches all summer and fall, J.C. Rage and Hyena, plus much more.

All seats in Long Branch are only $17 for adults and $15 for kids and seniors, and all seats are ringside. Get your tickets early (makes a great present or stocking stuffer) by calling 732-888-1704

December 29, 2007, Seaside Heights, NJ, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall, 100 Grant Avenue (only three blocks from the Route 37 bridge) for not one, but *TWO* huge shows.

The afternoon matinee show at 2:05pm will feature former WWE & WCW star "America's Hero" The Patriot, The Hideous Hillbillies (Cletus & Cooter), the mysterious Resin, and the first-ever Seaside Heights Tables Match with one-time ECW brawler The Equalizer taking on the unpredictable Hyena.

The big evening show at 7:35pm will be highlighted by The World Famous Wrestling Radio Clown, and an even stranger battle as "Stellar" Travis Blake takes on all 400-plus pounds of Saddam Insane in a true David Versus Goliath match. Plus, if any tables are left over after The Equalizer & Hyena's match earlier in the afternoon, they will surely be reduced to splinters as they will have another Seaside Heights Tables Match that evening. They will be joined by NWS Jersey Shore Champion Nicky Oceans, the unpredictable Slayer & much more.

All seats in Seaside Heights are only $15, but as NWS will be in a giving season, they are offering an even greater bargain... a combination ticket for both shows for only $24 (that's only $12 per show).

Tickets can be ordered by phone by calling NWS at 1-732-888-1704. All major credit cards are accepted, and group rates are available for groups of ten or more.  


New England Championship Wrestling


NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


December 28, 2007, Quincy, MA, THE TOXIC WALTZ

New England Championship Wrestling returns to live action at the National Guard Armory, 1000 Hancock Street in Quincy, MA for the annual TOXIC WALTZ. Bell time is 8:00 PM. Doors will open at 7:15 PM.

THE TOXIC WALTZ is one of the biggest events of the year in NECW and a tradition dating back to 1998 in Mayhem Wrestling. THE TOXIC WALTZ is a 10 man gauntlet match, with a unique twist and a very important reward. Nine men are selected. Two men begin and the loser of each fall chooses the winner's next opponent. The final loser can chose anyone in or out of NECW to face the last contestant, and the winner gets a shot at the NECW Triple Crown Championship in February at GENESIS 7.

Some of the participants already signed for THE TOXIC WALTZ include: Former Triple Crown Champion, D.C. Dillinger, 2006-2007 IRON 8 Champion, "Die Hard" Eddie Edwards, "The Golden Greek" Alex Arion, Michael Sain, "The Human Nightmare" Evan Siks, Antonio "The Promise" Thomas & "The Talent" T. J. Richter.

Already announced is the huge rematch between NECW Triple Crown Champion, "Straight Edge" Brian Fury and Big Rick Fuller. Last month, Fuller won the match via count out, when Fury was distracted by Antonio Thomas. This time, no one will be allowed at ringside - not Fuller's manager, Brian Cairo, not Antonio Thomas, or anyone else. NECW President, Sheldon Goldberg has stipulated that if anyone interferes in the match, they are gone from NECW.

NECW Television Champion, Brandon Locke defends his title against Handsome Johnny. World Women's Wrestling Champion, Lexxus will also be defending her title against an opponent to be announced shortly. More bouts will be announced soon.

Don't miss the final NECW event of 2007 and one the biggest shows of the year! Everyone who attends the show gets a 2008 NECW Calendar as a free gift!

TOXIC WALTZ tickets are a great gift idea for the wrestling fan on your holiday gift list and a perfect stocking stuffer! Tickets are on sale now at all FYE locations, K.C.'s Sportscards, 33 Temple Street in Quincy Center and online at www.NECWwrestling.com  

New York Wrestling Connection


NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007, Deer Park, NY

Interstate Title: Papadon def. Mikey Whipwreck to retain the title

Hi-Fi Title

Bruno Marciano def. Alex Reynolds by DQ when Reynolds hit the referee

with a chair Reynolds retains the title

"Flawless" Blake Morris & "Hot Shot" Mike Reed def. Stockade & Syther

and Javi-Air & Benny Martinez

"Big Time" Tony Burma def. Joey Braggiol

Heavyweight Title: Quiet Storm def. Mike Spinelli to win the title

Oscar The Giant & "Big" John Silver def. Dirty Moore & Dirty Joe

Fans Bring The Weapons

Dead Presidents (Boogalou & Lo Rida) def. Angus Brothers(Danny & Billy)

Dan Dynasty def. Dan Barry

Tag Team Title

Royal Decision (Mega & Prince Nana) def. Plasma & Maverick to win the tag title

Heavyweight Title: Plasma def. Quiet Storm to win the title

EVENTS – None reported

Northern Wrestling Federation


NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007,  Bonekrusher’s

Tap or Snap (Stewie Backlund & Tiny Tim) defeated The Zodiacs.

Honest Brett Michaels defeated The Warlock.

NWF Tag Team Champions The Thugs defeated Tri-State Champion Ice & Malpractice.

Jon Moxley defeated Pompano Joe.

Unified Champion Chrsitopher Michael Lotus & Brian Jennings defeated Benjamin Kimera & The Crybaby.

Jesse Hyde defeated Anthony Bryant.

Dr. Melvin Winkleman pinned Austin Meddler


December 22, 2007, SHIMMER'S, Ft Wright, Kentucky


Professional Championship Wrestling

Full Throttle



PCW will be off for the next two weeks




Ring Announcer Travis Baxter opened the show with the playing of the National Anthem and the introduction of the TV commentary team of Rob Moore & "The Killa" Kody Kox.

PCW Owners Chris & Thomas Bussey came out, along with PCW World Televison Champion Brett Idol. Thomas demanded that the fans respect his new custom-made watch and belt buckle. Chris reminded fans that Idol made an open challenge last week to anyone in the back for a title match. The challenge was answered by Diamond Dave.


Champion BRETT IDOL (w/ Thomas & Chris Bussey) beat "DYNAMIC" DIAMOND DAVE to retain the belt

The Busseys got their shots in on Dave at various moments during the match. It was mostly Idol, though, who won the match with his Idolizer (Rocker Dropper) and the pin.


D'Angelo had Storm up for the Decapitator (TKO) when Apocalypse ran out and distracted the referee. D'Angelo hit his move and made the cover, but the ref was not there. D'Angelo went after Apoc, and the referee tried to separate them and got knocked down. In the meantime, Apoc had tossed one of the PCW World Tag Team Title belts to Storm, who nailed D'Angelo with it and got the pin as the referee recovered. The Dark Circle weren't through yet as they continued their punishment of their former partner. Action Jackson ran out and got into it with both men, bashing their heads together and sending them to the arena floor.

Nobe Bryant came out and introduced his new friend, Florida star Vordell Walker, who was going to take on Bryant's former tag team partner Brandon Collins.

"The EXPERT" BRANDON COLLINS beat VORDELL WALKER (w/ Nobe Bryant) by disqualification

Both men moved very quickly from hold to hold early on, and they slugged it out as well. Collins got Walker in his Texas Cloverleaf variation, but Bryant grabbed the ring bell hammer and hit Collins with it to cause the DQ. Bryant and Walker kept pounding on Collins until another referee came out to get them separated.



Canyon, whose manager insisted he'd lost another half pound to go down to 228 1/2 pounds, was busted open on the ladder, becoming a bloody mess quickly. During the course of the match, Eagle was busted open on the ladder as well. Both the ladder and the wrestlers took a lot of abuse in this match, and it seemed the ladder may have been broken. With the three true cruiserweights down in the ring, it was the superheavyweight Canyon who climbed the ladder and took the belt down to become the new Cruiserweight champion, putting the exclamation point on the match by hitting all three opponents with the belt.


Champion "TEXAS LEGEND" ACTION JACKSON beat APOCALYPSE (w/ Tim Storm) by disqualification to retain the belt

Apoc, with periodic help from Storm, tried his best to take the belt from Jackson. Apoc hit the End Of Days (Death Valley Driver), but Jackson kicked out. Jackson hit the Big Booyah (Rock Bottom), but Apoc kicked out. Jackson went for another Booyah, but Storm hit him from behind with a Tag Team Title belt. As Storm kept Jackson down, Apocalypse brought the timekeeper's table into the ring and set it on fire. Apoc and Storm then slammed the champion through the burning table. PCW personnel swarmed the ring to tend to Jackson as Storm claimed that Apocalypse was the new champion and bragged about the Dark Circle being the most dominant tag team in PCW history. The lights went out, and the team of Wally Darkmon & Shadow arrived, unannounced, as Shadow challenged the Dark Circle to a match.


PCW World Tag Team Champions The DARK CIRCLE (Apocalypse & Tim Storm) beat WALLY DARKMON & SHADOW

The tag team champs concentrated on Darkmon most of the way as they kept goading Shadow into coming into the ring without a tag. Shadow finally got the tag and went wild on the champs. Darkmon tagged back in and executed a double Warrior Stomp on the stacked up opponents. Darkmon tried to set Storm up for the Mood Swing (Canadian Destroyer), but Storm turned it around, and Apoc came off the top rope with a sunset flip that pinned Darkmon. Though the match was over, Shadow and Darkmon kept pounding on the Circle, made a double cover and forced the referee to count the 1-2-3. The Dark Circle were the winners of record, but it was Darkmon & Shadow standing tall when it was all over.

Before the main event, Thomas & Chris Bussey came out and spoke seriously as they introduced Richard Hill, a top PCW executive behind the scenes, and led the crowd in singing "Happy Birthday" to him while making him an adopted Bussey brother.



Lumberjacks were Diamond Dave, James Johnson, Aaron Eagle, Brandon Collins, Nobe Bryant, Vordell Walker, J.T. LaMotta, Canyon and Paul Lewis. As expected, the lumberjacks did more than simply throw the wrestlers back into the ring, giving them a beating first. At one point, Canyon held Malone so that Claudia could give him the Kiss Of Death (the red mist), but Malone ducked and Canyon got a face full of the mist. Canyon and Foxx exchanged words before Foxx returned to the ring. Foxx got Malone in the Career Killer (Boston Crab) and held it on for a long time, After several tries, Malone powered out of the hold and got Foxx in a rolling cradle to win the match. Collins, Johnson, Dave and Eagle entered the ring to help Malone celebrate, and Action Jackson limped out and wished the fans of PCW a Merry Christmas.


The next Full Throttle show is scheduled for Saturday, January 5, 2008 at PCW Arena in Arlington, Texas.  

Pro Wrestling All Stars


NEWS – None reported


December 14, 2007, Detroit, MI, Canned Food Fundraiser

Breyer Wellington defeated Jeff Brooks

Sean Johnson, Dragon Creed & Truth Martini defeated Johnny Lawless, Timothy Studdman & The Hebrew Hammer

MoDred defeated Redd Erebus

The Cowabunga Dude & the Unknown Warrior defeating the team of Chance Loreado & Frank Stein

Rob defeated Rusty Baddwrench

Nate Mattson defeated Adam Reynolds

The Scarboni's, Vinny & Sonny defeated the team of the 5th Element & Kid Hybrid

Zach Gowen defeated The Anti-American Kickboxer

Main Event, Johnny Dynamo defeated Whiplash & Anthony Rivera


January 26, 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

Pre-Order Tickets Online or Toll-Free!

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

Pro Wrestling Alliance


NEW – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


December 28, 2007Pro Wrestling Superstar “Booker T.” and the Pro Wrestling Alliance (P.W.A.) proudly presents “CHRISTMAS CHAOS II” at the Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, Texas on Friday, December 28, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.

Main Event will be BOOKER T. vs. ROB VAN DAM!

This marks the one-year anniversary of P.W.A. live events at the Pasadena Convention Center, and fan response continues to grow.

The P.W.A. was created by Booker T and his wife Mrs. Sharmell Huffman, and it is an organization that produces high quality, family-oriented professional wrestling events. Booker T. is one of the most decorated athletes in sports entertainment history, as evidenced by him having won over thirty-six major titles in professional wrestling (including six World Heavyweight Championships).

Booker T, looking for a way to strengthen the connection with his hometown, opened a wrestling academy/organization here in Houston, Texas. The P.W.A. gives people from all backgrounds a chance to realize their dreams of becoming a professional wrestler. Booker T. has also created an outlet for at-risk youth through the “Booker T Fights for Kids” Foundation. All of the proceeds from the P.W.A. wrestling events go to support the Fights for Kids Foundation. The foundation’s immediate goal is to build a 24-hour community center for kids. This community center will feature the latest in multimedia technology and recreational activities. The youth that attend will be engaged in sporting and learning activities to provide an alternative to the negativities commonly found in the streets of the inner city. The P.W.A. is also available as a fundraising vehicle for secondary schools as well as youth organizations in the Greater Houston Area.

Ticket prices for “CHRISTMAS CHAOS II” are $16.50 (Floor Seats)/$11.50 (Bleachers) and are available online at http://www.bookertonline.com or at the Booker T. Pro Wrestling Academy: 2301 Commerce St. Houston, TX 77002. Special intermission performance by SKEPTICYNIC (http://www.myspace.com/skepticynic)! To receive more information on the P.W.A. call (713) 471-2396 or (713) 222-0588.


Pro Wrestling Unplugged



Santa Claus’ special elf Sumo from PWU Security wants to thank all the great Pro Wrestling Unplugged fans for bringing in almost SIX bins full of toys for “Toys for Tots”. This was a record broken for any event held at the New Alhambra Arena this month.


Not even the threatening bad weather could hold back Pro Wrestling Unplugged. Saturday was action packed, with TWO NEW CHAMPIONS CROWNED!

In a semi-Final TV Tournament Match, Trent Acid defeated Aramis to advance.

The 18-Man Royal Rumble for a Chance Of A Lifetime shot for the PWU World Heavyweight Title: Adam Flash won, despite John McChesney really being the last man left in the ring, but the ref’s back was turned.

PWU Women's Championship Match: Cindy Rogers became the new Women’s champion against Annie Social by submission. Cindy then attacked special guest referee Amy Lee after the match, as well as The Mad Doctor Don Bootz. Annie Social then helped to fend of Rogers’ attack.

The Sandman defeated "The Panther" Tyrone Evans

The Bosom Buddies beat the PWU Tag Team champions All Money Is Legal by DQ after AMIL suffocated The Bosom Buddies when they put plastic bags over their heads

PWU TV Tournament Finals: Z-BARR def. Trent Acid to become FIRST EVER PWU TV Champion after giving Acid a brainbuster through an upside down table on two chairs. Trent then left to chants of “Sha-na-na-na, good-bye” from the crowd.

Commissioner Juggz named Bill Alfonso as special guest referee for Main Event

PWU World Heavyweight Title Match: Adam Flash gained the title from Too Cold Scorpio. After the match, Commissioner Juggz revealed she was indeed the wife of Adam Flash and sent events in motion to make sure her husband won the title. She then indefinitely suspended Too Cold Scorpio. But before Scorpio could have his revenge, Flash attacked from behind. But John McChesney, who has been battling with Flash for the last couple months, came in to make the save for Scorpio.


Pro Wrestling Unplugged returns to action Saturday, January 19 to the New Alhambra Arena (former ECW Arena), 7 Ritner ST in Philadelphia, PA. For the latest upcoming event info, visit WWW.ProWrestlingUnplugged.com  


Ring of Honor


NEWS – None reported


Unscripted III- Chicago Ridge, IL 12/1/07

Austin Aries beat Tyler Black

Sara Del Rey beat Lacey

Dingo won a Six Man Mayhem Match over Silas Young, Seth Skyfire, Danny Daniels, Dan Lawrence, & Trik Davis

Claudio Castagnoli beat Chris Hero

Adam Pearce & Shane Hagadorn beat Ernie Osiris & Mitch Franklin

Brent Albright beat Jigsaw

BJ Whitmer vs. Delirious ended in a No Contest when the Hangmen 3 atacked Delirious and hung him over the top rope with a chain

Jimmy Jacobs defeated Bryan Danielson

The Briscoe Brothers & Erick Stevens defeated Roderick Strong, Davey Richards, & Rocky Romero

Ring Of Honor returns to Manhattan on Saturday, December 29, 2007 (7:30 pm belltime) at the Manhattan Center (Grand Ballroom), located at 311 West 34th Street, New York, NY for the taping of its fifth PPV event.

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


ROH World Title Match: Nigel McGuinness vs. Austin Aries

If Claudio loses he must leave ROH: Chris Hero vs. Claudio Castagnoli

Bryan Danielson vs. Takeshi Morishima

ROH World Tag Team Titles - Two Out Of Three Falls match

Jay and Mark Briscoe vs. Roderick Strong and Rocky Romero

Tag Team Scramble

Jack Evans & Ruckus with Julius Smokes vs. Kevin Steen & El Generico vs. Jimmy Jacobs & Tyler Black with Lacey vs. 2 of Brent Albright, BJ Whitmer & Adam Pearce with Shane Hagadorn

Plus more to be announced with: Naomichi Marufuji; Delirious; Davey Richards; Erick Stevens; The Necro Butcher; Matt Cross; Daizee Haze and others!!!

Ring of Honor then returns the next day, Sunday, December 30, at the Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom (311 West 34th St. New York, NY) with a special 5:00 pm belltime for Final Battle 2007.


ROH World Title - Four Man Elimination Match:

Winner Nigel McGuinness vs. Austin Aries vs. Chris Hero vs. Bryan Danielson vs. TBA

Stipulation to be announced

Jay and Mark Briscoe vs. Age Of The Fall (Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black)

If Claudio defeats Hero on December 29: Larry Sweeney vs. Claudio Castagnoli

Jack Evans vs. The Necro Butcher

Already signed: Ruckus; Jigsaw; Roderick Strong; Rocky Romero; Davey Richards; Adam Pearce; Brent Albright; BJ Whitmer; Erick Stevens; Delirious; Takeshi Morishima; Naomichi Marufuji; Daniel Puder  

Sooner World Class Wrestling

NEWS – None reported


December 8, 2007, The Underground Arena, Tulsa, OK

Tyson James def. Crisstopher Crow

Kevin Morgan def. Outlaw by DQ

3rd Rail def. The Prophet

X-Rated (Shane Sanchez & Kevin James Sanchez, w/ X-tacy) def. Damien Morte

& Sage

Havoc def. Shawn Summers to win the vacant SWCW Heavyweight Title

K-Rob def. Kareem Sadat to win the vacant SWCW Hardcore Title

EVENTS – None reported

Southern Classic Wrestling

NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007, Sandersville, GA

Josh Stone over Drive-By; Frankie Valentine over the Dirty Dawg

The Stanton Clan over Juan Tequila & Jorge Sanchez and Mike Margera & Damien Dread in a three-way match

The Nightmare over Big Bank Barfield

Loco Motive (w/ Ace Heffner) over Scotty Bullwinkle, substituting for Flatline, to win the Georgia Heritage Title

Too Badd (Jamie Holmes & Conner Cruze) over the Serial Killers (Michael Myers & Leatherface)  Bobby Joiner over Tommy Lee (w/ Ace Heffner) by disqualification.

It was reported that 110 were in attendance for this card.

EVENTS – None reported  


Tennessee Independent Wrestling Federation


NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007, True Force Arena, Jackson, TN

Dre’ Black def. Wyked

Steven Rampage def. J Smooth

Chico Mendoza def. Wyked

TIWF Regional TV Title Match: Jake the JackHammer def. Chico Mendoza to retain the title

PK Ripper def. Way Cool

Overkill def. Wildside

TIWF Regional Heavyweight Title Match/Texas Bullrope Match

Lawman Williams def. Big Boy Bob

Catch us live every Saturday night at the True Force Arena!

Tennessee Independent Wrestling Federation TV can be seen on E+TV6 each Thursday at Midnight and each Saturday morning at 6:00 am and noon. Visit our website at http://www.tiwf.org   

Tornado Alley Pro

NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported

January 20, 2008, Muskogee, OK. It will run every two weeks.


Underground Championship Wrestling


NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007, South Bend, IN

Ryan Epic won a 6 way scramble over Trik Davis, Erico, Jynx, Kid Hybrid, and Colin Troy.

Brutus Dylan won the Invitational Battle Royal.

Larry Sweeney defeated Buddy Lee Brooks in the ICW/ICWA Texarkana Revenge match.

Chris Hero won over Jake Omen

Chase Richards over Josh Abercrombie to become the new UCW Heavyweight Champion

Big Daddy Dean, El Blue Inferno, and Aguila De Oro over Bi-Polar, Jamie Eternal, and Brian Skyline in 6 man tag action.

Adam Bueller over Nick Cutler

Sammi Callihan over Sean Tyler

Jeff King defeated Scotty Young

The Kent Boys (Hayden and Christopher) defeated Hybrid Chaos (Ryan Rage and Russ Jones) and Zane Ramsey and Buff Kahula to win the vacant UCW Tag Team titles!!!


February 9, 2007, Center Lake Pavilion at Central Park

117 E. Canal Street, Warsaw, IN

Union of Independent Professional Wrestlers





With our most sincere apologies, the UNION has had to postpone this Saturday's (December 15, 2007) event due to a family health situation. As soon as time permits, probably later next week, we will announce new plans for our January 12th event. The Northern Lights Classic originally scheduled for that date is being moved to March 19th. Again, we apologize to all our fans for any inconvenience this causes and hope that you will return to our home base, Royal Canadian Legion Hall #101, on Saturday night January 12th for our next exciting show.

Thank you,

The Union




January 12, 2008, Royal Canadian Legion Hall #101  

Universal Wrestling Federation


NEWS – None reported


December 15, 2007, The UWF Arena Ardmore, OK

UWF Violent Division Champion Bundy def. Thug Nasty

Frankie Dee def. Mandy, Misty Meenor, and Tasha to become the 1st ever UWF

Femme Fatale Champion

"Hellacious" Javi Hernandez def. Kuna Keeyoh

"The Gifted" Eric Rose def. "The Great" Dane Griffin

UWF Texhoma Champion "The Mayne Event" Les Mayne def. Thomas Trump

Gangsta Nation (D Money & Montego Seeka) def. Jerry "The Boss" Bostic &

"The Crown Prince of Crimson" Al Farat

"Ky-ote" Joe Herell def. UWF Heavyweight Champion Shane Rawls in a First

Blood Match for the title


January 5, 2008  

UWA Hardcore




Facebook ID UWA Hardcore


The Phoenix Takes Flight In '08

After a long and arduous search UWA has finally found a new home. Located at Downsview Park, a former army base will now be the site where battles are forged once again. Besides UWA, this venue hosts a variety of different attractions including indoor go-karting, restaurants, and bars. After a lengthy hiatus UWA is back and ready to deliver the same kind of action that all of our fans have come to know and expect. UWA president Joe E. Slick was quoted saying "We are extremely excited to be working on this new business venture with our new venue. I look forward to once again promoting quality wrestling events and am very anxious to step back inside the ring." For the location of our new venue please visit the "Event Directions" section on our official website. UWA Hardcore Wrestling returns in our new location on Friday January 18th 2008. This event is already shaping up to be one of the greatest nights ever inside the UWA. In the meantime, enjoy this new video while you prepare for the return of UWA.

Annual Fan Appreciation Sale

Last years epic fan appreciation sale is back. From December 10th to January 17th you will receive a free exclusive UWA shirt with any purchase over $20.00. If your purchase is over $40.00 not only will you receive a free shirt but also a free DVD of your choice. This sale won't last long so place your online orders now. Once your order has been completed please email us at uwawrestling@gmail.com with your shirt size and DVD request. Please include the following information in your email:


Order Number:

Shirt Size:



UWA Fan Conference

Please reserve your tickets for the first ever UWA Fan Conference. Our fan conference is an interactive way to meet your favourite UWA stars. This pre-show meet and great will allow fans to ask wrestlers questions in a no holds bared style atmosphere. Our first conference will be headlined by our UWA Canadian Champion, Josh Prohibition. Josh was quoted earlier this week stating "I can't wait to come face to face with those filthy swine, the so called UWA fans. If just one of them so even looks at me the wrong way, I'll ram their teeth right down their throats".

Admittance to the fan Conference is only $10.00. All fans attending will receive a free exclusive UWA shirt. The conference will begin at 6:00pm.

To reserve your tickets please email us at uwawrestling@gmail.com

Please include the following information:


Number of seats:

Shirt size:

Seating is limited so reserve your tickets now

Next UWA Event:

Friday Jan. 18, 2008

Downsview Park (Inside GPK), Address: 75 Carl Hall Road Bay 3, Unit #9 City: Toronto, ON

Time: 7:00pm Tickets: $15

Event Card:

UWA Canadian Championship Match: Ruckus VS Josh Prohibition

UWA Tag Team Championship Match

"Blackout" Sabian & Joker VS "Up In Smoke" Cheech & Cloudy

More matches will be announced shortly!

Event card subject to change without notice


Women Superstars Uncensored



BREAKING NEWS: Tammy "Sunny" Sytch is now available on 12/22 and made it clear that she will be in Lake Hiawatha on 12/22 no matter what! Tammy has some unfinished business with WSU Women's Champion Alicia and plans on making sure Alicia plays by the rules! We'll have more on Tammy's return to WSU shortly!

WSU is saddened to hear that Luna Vachon has announced her retirement from the wrestling business. It is no secret that Luna Vachon was/is a huge part of WSU, and had several vicious battles in her quest to become WSU Womens Champion.

After destroying the Diva Killaz with her Satans Sisters partner, Amy Lee, Luna Vachon was missing from the last two WSU shows after a brutal attack that was orchestrated by Mercedes Martinez & her co-hort Angel Orsini.

Both Mercedes and Angel have bragged that they have ran Luna into retirement. The odds are now against Amy Lee, but Amy Lee has vowed her revenge on these deviants. Will Amy Lee come alone on 12/22 or will she have something up her sleeve? Amy has made it clear that no matter what, Mercedes & Angel aren't walking out of Lake Hiawatha under their own power.

RESULTS – None reported


December 22, 2007, Hiawatha, NJ

ECPW Arena, located at 87-A North Beverwyck Road, Lake Hiawatha, NJ. First show: 5:30PM. Second Show: 8PM


WSU's second DVD taping, which will be held on 12/22, will be the official Alicia retirement show. This is not to say that Alicia will never be back, but as of right now, it looks like Alicia is done with the wrestling business, and WSU wants to make sure that in case it is her last night ever, she gets a send off she deserves, even if she plans on keeping the WSU championship and never giving it back.

Come join us for what has become an even bigger night for WSU, as Alicia plans on retiring on top of the womens wrestling world as WSU Champion.

On the heels of Alicia informing WSU that she will no longer be part of the active roster on 12/22, WSU has been up in the air on what will happen if Alicia should remain champion after 12/22. Alicia told WSUWrestling.com that she is the best womens wrestler ever and has no plans on losing the championship.

Alicia said that Trish Stratus retired with the WWE Womens Championship and Alicia plans to do the same with the WSU Championship. Alicia said there is nobody worthy enough to defeat her for what she considers "her" championship.

Becky Bayless perhaps will differ, as Becky plans on becoming WSU Champion on 12/22. Also guaranteed a title shot on 12/22 is the debuting Amber O'Neal.

If Alicia plans on walking out of WSU and the wrestling business on 12/22 she will have a tough time doing so.

In the chance that Alicia does defy all odds and retires as champion, WSU is announcing now that a one night tournament will take place to crown the next champion. If WSU is forced to use a tournament to crown a new champion, whoever wins the Alexa Thatcher/Cindy Rogers #1 Contenders Match on 12/22 will get a bye into the tournament finals.

Becky Bayless & Amber O'Neal, who are great friends, have made a pact to make sure that Alicia doesn't walk out as champion on 12/22. The question remains, what will become of the WSU championship? Will we see a new champ on 12/22? Find out by coming down on 12/22.  

World Wrestling Association

NEWS – None reported

RESULTS – None reported


January 19, 2008, Bash at the Ballpark, Cocoa Expo Stadium

Wrestling Event to feature 8-Man Tag Team Elimination Match

Main Event pits WWE legends "Psycho" Sid Vicious against "Native American" Tatanka

Scheduled to start at 1:00 p.m., the WWA event presents a “Who’s Who” of the wrestling world. Feature matches will include: Buff Bagwell vs. Frankie Capone, Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Vic Creed and The Honky Tonk Man vs. "The Japanese Nightmare" Kahagas. The evening will start with an Eight-Man Tag Team Elimination Match. Later in the show, a Revenge Tag Team match will feature WWE rivals, Demolition Ax and Smash against "The Powers of Pain" - Warlord and Barbarian. The main event will feature "Sycho” Sid Vicious vs. "Native American" Tatanka. The legendary “Rowdy” Roddy Piper will host "Piper's Pit." "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka will also be featured.

Tickets are on sale now and range from $30 to $35 for ringside-reserved seating and from $18 to $22 for stadium seating. Special $15 “Early Bird” tickets are also available.

A free concert, performed by Green Day tribute band American Idiot, will follow the matches.

For a list of all matches and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.BallParkBash.com, call (321) 751-2583 or e-mail info@BallParkBash.com 

Event Sponsors/Media Partners: All-Star Printing, Awalted Entertainment, Brevard Shopping News, Bright House Networks, CinemaWorld,Marriott Courtyard/Residence Inn,

Kiss 95.1, Melbourne Square Mall, 3Ds, Savings Safari,

T-ShirtKingonline.com ,Smoothies, Super Flea & Farmer’s Market

Presenting Sponsor - Hometown News

About Sports & Entertainment Group and the WWA: Established in 2001, Melbourne-based Sports & Entertainment Group specializes in professional sports and entertainment events. Promoters of the successful Mayhem in Melbourne wrestling legends series, the company is moving forward with the creation of its own federation and new Bash at the Ballpark series. Past “Mayhem” shows have included wrestling legends such as Jake “The Snake” Roberts, King Kong Bundy, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine and Jerry “The King” Lawler. For a list of past events and wrestling stars, visit the Bash at the Ballpark Web site.



NEWS – None reported


December 13, 2007, WWA4 Asylum

Bill The Bruiser defeated Matt Cage following a Big Boot in about 7


Lucia defeated Amien Rios by disqualification when Rios refused to break

Half Crab while Lucia was on the ropes

Nic Anderson defeated Big Joel The Bouncer with an inside cradle after

about 4 minutes

Chris Deal defeated Bob Fury

Weezy Woo (w/Lucia) retained the World Championship in a Four Way

Survival Match also involving Amien Rios, Tex Monroe and Devon Cutter in

about 13 minutes

Following this match, Amien Rios dragged Lucia out of the arena.

Mason Cutter (w/Devon Cutter & Bill The Bruiser) pinned Jonathan Davis

(w/Weezy Woo & Chris Deal) after a Falcon Arrow from the top rope after 15

minutes. After the match, a huge brawl ensued to close the show.


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