Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 21, 2017
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 19, 2017
Dynamo Pro Wrestling is proud to present two all ages, live, professional wrestling events on Saturday, May 6th, 2017. This professional wrestling event will be at the Cinco de Mayo Festival, located at the corner of Ohio and Cherokee Street in St. Louis, Missouri. The professional wrestling action will be held at 3:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. Admission will be free and open to the public. Come out and celebrate Cinco de Mayo and see Dynamo Pro Wrestling bring its style of lucha libre to the Cinco de Mayo Festival. For more information, log on to http://www.dynamoprowrestling.com
Since 2007, Dynamo Pro Wrestling has strived to bring hard hitting, fast paced, edge of your seat professional wrestling action to professional wrestling fans of all ages. Please join Dynamo Pro Wrestling as it brings the best professional wrestling to the St. Louis metropolitan area. For additional information on Dynamo Pro Wrestling, you can check out our website at http://www.dynamoprowrestling.com, follow us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/dynamopro, and on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/DynamoPro. For Cinco de Mayo Festival information, you can check out their website at cincodemayostl.com or you can follow them on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/CincodeMayoSTL
Posted by Ben Simon on April 18, 2017
Cape Championship Wrestling presents its biggest card of the year: Super Show, at the A C Brase Arena in Cape Girardeau, Mo. on Saturday, April 22. The event is the second night of a double shot weekend for the promotion.
Of great importance to this site is Ace Hawkins’s match against a man simply known as Syn. Not much is known about Syn, but this is his first singles match in Missouri. The bout is recognized as being for MWR’s Missouri Heavyweight title.
Also on the card, Brandon Barbwire defends his promotional championship against three other men in a one-fall affair.
MWR Missouri Heavyweight Championship
CAce Hawkins vs. Syn
CCW Heavyweight Championship
#9Brandon Barbwire (c) vs. Austin Lane vs. Hollis Giroux vs. Colt Cabana
CCW Tag Team Championship | No Holds Barred match
Farmer Billy Hills & Dell Tucker (c) vs. Jeff Cobb & Blaster
#7Brandon Espinosa vs. Darius Lee vs. D’mone Solavino
Davey Vega vs. Joey Ryan
Mikey & Zakk of Roscoe Eat Lisa & Sarge O’Riley vs. Bradley Diggs, Lamonte Potts, & JD Wilk
Leva Bates & Marni Gras vs. Nikki Lane & Sarah Summers
Bell at 7. Tickets are $8.
WRESTLE TALK PODCAST PRESENTS TWO EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEWS WITH SHANE FURY AND DAMIAN “PUNISHMENT” MARTINEZ
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 18, 2017
The Wrestle Talk Podcast with Joe and Rene is proud to announce that on Wednesday, April 19th, we will return to the airwaves with two exclusive interviews.
At 7:30 P.M., the Wrestle Talk Podcast will be talking with Shane Fury. Training under the guidance of Sam Decero, Bailey Mannix, and “The Shogun” Chris Logan, Shane Fury made his professional wrestling debut for Windy City Pro Wrestling in 2010. Shane Fury has traveled to many promotions, including Metro East Championship Wrestling, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, NWA Central States Championship Wrestling, Anarchy Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Blitz, and NWA Texoma. Whether it has been in singles competition, winning tag team championships as one-half of “Natural Fury” with Marcello Spade, or being a proud member of “The Refinement Club” with Marcello Spade and Chris Logan, Shane Fury has been impressing professional wrestling fans with his hard-hitting, smash-mouth style of professional wrestling.
At 8:30 P.M., the Wrestle Talk Podcast has the opportunity to interview internationally acclaimed professional wrestler Damian “Punishment” Martinez. Damian Martinez trained for professional wrestling at the Monster Factory professional wrestling school. Over the course of his thirteen year career, Damian Martinez has traveled throughout the United States. In 2016, Damian Martinez made the semi-finals of the Ring of Honor Top Prospect tournament, losing to eventual tournament winner Lio Rush. Damian Martinez has also spent time under the guidance of B.J. Whitmer and Kevin Sullivan. Please tune in to the Wrestle Talk Podcast as we continue to bring you the best in the world of professional wrestling.
Since 2015, the Wrestle Talk Podcast with Joe and Rene has covered the world of professional wrestling at the local, national, and international levels. Based out of Kansas City, Kansas, the Wrestle Talk Podcast is your official source for everything in the world of professional wrestling. The Wrestle Talk Podcast also covers the world of fantasy professional wrestling through the Fantasy Wrestling Worldwide Chapter.
To interact with the show LIVE, please call (657) 383-1521. To listen to the Wrestle Talk Podcast LIVE, please go to our website at www.wrestletalkpodcast.com. You can also find the Wrestle Talk podcast online at www.blogtalkradio.com/wrestletalkpodcast, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WrestleTalkCast, and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/wrestletalkcast
For additional information regarding the Wrestle Talk podcast, please contact:
Wrestle Talk with Joe and Rene
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 17, 2017
SICW ALL-STAR WRESTLING
The Huge announcement from this past Saturday SICW card, on Saturday May 20th, in East Carondelet Legendary WWE hall of famer, “Abdullah The Butcher” will be attending the “Bruiser Brody Memorial” and the 58th year celebration of “Wrestling at the Chase”.
Along with Abdullah will be Widow of Bruiser Brody, Barbara Goodish, the widow of Lou Thesz , Charlie Thesz, Larry Matysik and some of the SICW Stars at a Special Meet and Greet starting at 5:00pm. Brody and “The Butcher” feuded all over the world.
They last squared off in Dupo Illinois at the high school in1987. Come meet the man from Sudan and all the other Special Guest. The St.Louis Wrestling Hall of Fame will be on display along with free shirts that will be given away to some lucky fans. Call 618-286-4848 to reserve your seats for the SICW grand daddy of them all on Saturday May 20th.
It has been said that history is written in blood. For the brutally vicious competitor known as Abdullah the Butcher, these words couldn’t be more appropriate.
Internationally known as The Madman from the Sudan, the 400-pounder has terrorized opponents, officials and fans in rings across the globe for more than half a century. Whether he was competing in the grandest arenas of Japan or the dingiest high school gymnasiums in the Midwest, The Butcher attacked his opponents with an unmatched ferocity, jabbing at his victims with a rusted dinner fork and lunging at hapless spectators who dared to get too close to the monster.
In all this time, Abdullah’s distinctive look has barely changed — his baggy judo pants hiked high above his bulging belly, his eyes mad and wandering like a schizophrenic, his forehead carved so deeply with scars that he can firmly insert quarters into the wounds like a coin slot.
This unique appearance and the promise of bloodshed gave The Butcher the rare ability to “pop a territory.” In the days when sports-entertainment was mostly a regional attraction, a promoter could hire Abdullah to come to town and wreak havoc for a few months. The Madman would march into Texas or Quebec with his fork in hand and slice up a local hero like Terry Funk or Jacques Rougeau Sr. Within weeks, fans would be lined up down the block to witness The Butcher and profits would explode.
If the money was right, Abdullah would be there. He battled Andre the Giant in front of 25,000 fans in Puerto Rico and clashed with Hulk Hogan in Japan. His ghastly wars with Bruiser Brody and Carlos Colón defined hardcore action decades before Paul Heyman’s Extreme Championship Wrestling exploded on the scene. The list of The Butcher’s rivals reads like a Hall of Fame itself — The Sheik, Harley Race, Bobo Brazil, Jack Brisco, Stan Hansen, Giant Baba. All these men can attest to the same fact — a champion wasn’t a champion until he came face to face with Abdullah the Butcher.
A true independent, The Butcher would never stay in one place for too long, preferring to keep on moving to the next city in search of a bigger payday. This elusiveness prevented Abdullah from ever having a big pay-per-view match, but he received some major North American exposure in 1991 with World Championship Wrestling. Introduced by Cactus Jack as a threat to Sting, The Butcher participated in the infamous Chamber of Horrors Match in which he was fried in an electric chair. It wasn’t the greatest showcase of Abdullah’s talents, but it presented him as a monster to a whole new generation of fans.
The Butcher has battled every legend in nearly every promotion on the planet — except WWE. Despite his decades in the ring, Abdullah never brawled with Hulk Hogan for the WWE Championship or went the distance with Bret “Hit Man” Hart in Madison Square Garden. These are dream matches that will never happen, but these icons were all brought together when The Butcher took his rightful place alongside them in the WWE Hall of Fame.
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 17, 2017
MWR Editors note: This title for the post was sent to us via Curtis Wylde and does not reflect the thoughts of the MWR staff.
Just got off the phone with Herb Simmons!!
He has informed me that even though we sent them back to Italy in a “Loser Leaves SICW” match… the new year has brought an end to that clause, and Miss Monica is returning to SICW!
He wants to bring her back… That’s FINE!! Because before I was the “Number 1 Ginja”, and the “Uncrowned Midwest Manager of the Year“… I was a trained Professional Wrestler!
So, April 29th in Millstadt, IL. The self-proclaimed “MWR Female Wrestler of the Year” Miss Monica will be going 1 on 1 with the “Queen of SICW“, the “Lioness of the Lou“… WyldeFyre!
And I’m going to send Miss Monica BACK to Italy… again!
SICW ALL-STAR WRESTLING
Tickets on sale at Millstadt Village Hall
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 17, 2017
It’s Tuesday and time for a new episode of the Best Lil Wrestling Podcast in the Bizness – Shooting the Shiznit! This week the host Brian Tramel reviews a Wizard World Q & A with Randy Orton. He is also joined by Bob Magee to talk about the JBL/Ranallo controversy.
Who does Randy want to work in the future? Does he want to ever wrestle Lesner? What about that incident in Jonesboro, AR?? Listen and find out!!
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 16, 2017
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 15, 2017
Davey Vega has been one of the best kept secrets in the Midwest for some time. One of those reasons is because of his limited exposure in the area due to seeking out challengers outside of the area, but if you were to ask any of the fans of St. Louis Anarchy, they would tell you that he has been a star for years.
MWR agrees with them, but there is no doubt that he has only touched the surface of what he is able to accomplish. Recently at NWL (as Davey Gibson) we watched a wrestling clinic when he went toe to toe with the former Ring of Honor World Champion Kyle O’Reilly in a match at the Casa Loma Ballroom that is an early candidate for match of the year.
Speaking of matches of the year candidates, Vega recently had not one, but two battles that would have to be considered when he teamed with Blood Brother teammate Mathew Grundy ( and fellow 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year Mat Fitchett) against the Royal Blood (Jet and Jax Royal). The two matches left fans wanting more and as my friend Patrick Brandmeyer stated had a feel of the Rock and Roll Express and Midnight Express clashes that set a standard in tag team competition in the 80’s.
Regardless if he is to find success as a singles star or in tag team action, it is our belief that Davey Vega is one of the premier stars in the sport for many years to come. We welcome you to come out next Saturday at Cape Championship Wrestling as we present him with the 2016 MWR Future Star Plaque in the epic card in Cape Girardeau , Missouri when he will take on former TNA star Joey Ryan.
This MWR plaque is sponsored by our good friend Mike Wilson’ Shooter Spotlight, and will feature this very own artwork in the frame.
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Wrestle Talk Podcast Pop-Up: Dez Wellston / Mike Outlaw Presented with the 2016 MWR Award at #UniverseMania
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 14, 2017
Missouri Wrestling Revival would like to thank our good friend Rene Martinez for the awesome presentation of 2016 MWR Wrestler of the Year plaque sponsored by Brandis Outlaw to Dez Wellston / Mike Outlaw during the party in Kansas City at Rockstar Burgers on April 2nd, 2017 . We were thrilled to see that NWL owner Major Baisden was willing to be a part of the moment that is sure to be one of so many to come to Wellston.
Visit: http://www.WrestleTalkPodcast.com more!
We still have some 2016 plaque presentations to give away in the near future. Each wrestler gets a plaque with artwork of them from artist Dartallion Allen Jr.
2016 MWR Wrestler of the Year Mike Outlaw/Dez Wellston
Sponsored by Brandis Outlaw
Presented at Wrestle Talk Podcast #UniverseMania watch party at Rockstar Burgers.
2016 MWR Female Wrestler of the Year Miss Monica
Sponsored by SICW Promoter Herb Simmons
Presented at World League Wrestling Night of Champions 2 with Kurt Angle
2016 MWR Tag Team of the Year Alpha Class (Danny Adams & Paco Gonzalez)
Sponsored by On the Ropes Network
Presentation to be at Glory Pro Wrestling in Alton, Illinois on May 7th 405 East 4TH Street
2016 MWR Future Star of the Year’s Davey Vega
Sponsored by Mike Wilson’s Shooter Spotlight
Presentation to be at Cape Championship Wrestling on April 22nd 410 Kiwanis Drive
2016 MWR Future Star Award Kevin Lee Davidson / Todd Letterman
Sponsored by Brandi Outlaw
Presentation – TBA
2016 MWR Future Star Mat Fitchett / Mathew Grundy
Sponsored by Jason and Jackson Cline
Presentation – TBA
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