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Dynamo Pro Wrestling electrifies Fenton, Missouri

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 18, 2014

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Jeremy Wyatt has his eyes set on Jake Dirdens Dynamo Pro Wrestling Championship. In Fenton, Missouri during the presentation of Dirden’s MWR Wrestler of the Year plaque he sent a message to the champ and came within 1 second of adding the Dynamo Pro Title to his resume. – Photo credit Stephen Jones

By Patrick Brandmeyer

Dynamo Pro Wrestling returned to the Stratford Inn in Fenton, Missouri for another great night of action…it would be an eventful evening in more ways than one.

The night started with “TNT” Keny G speaking to the fans about his upcoming benefit show for stroke victims. Keny recently suffered a stroke himself and wanted to bring the St. Louis wrestling community together for a good cause.

After that, MWR’s own Brian Kelley presented two of the year-end awards for 2013; Alexandre Rudolph received one of the “Future Star” awards and Lucy Mendez was crowned “Sexiest Female Wrestler” of the year.

The first match of the night saw a battle for tag team supremacy…each duo in the triple threat match had the winner of the night’s Tag Team Title match in their sights. The seemingly mismatched duo of Evan “Money” Morris and “The Littlest Viking” Jake Parnell worked surprisingly well together over the course of the bout. High Level Enterprise(Jack Gamble & Jon Webb) seemed to be on the verge of victory, but a miscommunication between the two led to The Elitism(Brandon Espinosa & Ace Hawkins) picking up the win.

Ricky Cruz(now accompanied by Lucy Mendez) got into a verbal altercation with Executive Director Mark Bland over his lack of title shots…Bland told him to work his way up the ladder if he wanted another championship opportunity. Ricky had a tough test in the form of the returning Brandon Aarons, but Lucy’s distraction led to Cruz scoring the victory.

Dan Walsh hoped to get back on track against “Showtime” Bradley Charles, but Brandon Gallagher stuck his nose into Walsh’s business once again. While “The Alternative”‘s attempt at interference backfired, “SBC” was still able to surprise Walsh with a TKO to beat the former Dynamo Champion. Walsh nearly got his hands on Gallagher, but his blue-haired nemesis got away…leading to Walsh challenging him to a match at Dynamo’s return to Glen Carbon.

Elvis Aliaga hoped to earn his way back into title contention against Mark Sterling; it seemed like Sterling’s Crossfit experience would give him the conditioning to outlast the current WLW Champion, but Aliaga was able to escape with a quick crucifix pinfall.

Powerhouses clashed as “The Urban Legend” Kevin X locked up with Alexandre Rudolph. “The American Viking” gave the veteran a good fight and Kevin X barely edged out a win with a small package.

Brian Kelley presented the 2013 MWR Wrestler Of The Year award to Dynamo Champion Jake DirdenJeremy Wyatt took the opportunity to attack Dirden from behind, hitting him with the plaque and laying him out with the Lightning Spiral. Dirden was able to return to the dressing room under his own power, but Wyatt had scored an early advantage in their rivalry.

After being robbed of the Tag Team Titles in February, The Bumrush Brothers(Shorty Biggs & Outtkast) were fired up to reclaim what was once theirs. The Black Hand Warriors(Michael Magnuson & David DeLorean) were confident under the guidance of manager Travis Cook. The momentum swung back and forth between two of the top teams in the Midwest…but the match broke down into a huge brawl at the end. In the confusion, Magnuson accidentally knocked down his manager Cook…the BRBs pounced on their advantage and hit a double-team faceplant on DeLorean. Shorty got the pinfall and the Bumrush Brothers were two-time Tag Champs!

The fireworks didn’t end there…as Shorty and Outtkast celebrated their win, they were jumped by Mauler McDarby and Shawn Santel! The duo had been observing the show from the audience and took the opportunity to do some damage to the new titleholders…as security ejected them from the building, the Warriors looked for some post-bell retribution until Jack Gamble and Jon Webb appeared to run off their rivals!

Dirden was fired up to avenge Wyatt’s earlier beating as the Dynamo Heavyweight Title was on the line. Wyatt had the clear edge in experience, but Dirden had a ton of momentum on top of his size and power advantage. In the heat of the battle, referee Jay King was knocked down when Dirden attempted to powerbomb Wyatt into the turnbuckles…Dirden caught Wyatt in his Asiatic Spike hold but there was no official to see the tapout. Wyatt capitalized by decking Dirden with the title belt…he made the pin cover and referee King counted three!

It looked like the Dynamo Title had changed hands…but Elvis Aliaga ran out to protest the decision, telling Jay King what had happened when he was down on the mat As a result, the ref ordered the bout to be restarted…Wyatt thought he had added another belt to his collection but it was not to be. In the end, Dirden’s power made the difference as he chokeslammed Wyatt to the mat for the win to retain his championship! Dirden was the winner and Wyatt immediately blamed the loss on Aliaga, sparking a fight between the two…what was Aliaga’s motivation? Was he ensuring that Dirden hung onto the title so he could be the one to take it from him?

Dynamo started a busy month at the Stratford Inn in Fenton…and things promise to get even more exciting as Dynamo returns to Glen Carbon and Off Broadway in the next coming days!

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Jake Dirden is facing challengers from all sides…and the Dynamo Tag Team Titles changed hands for the first time in nearly two years!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 16, 2014

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By Patrick Brandmeyer

The night started at the Stratford Inn in Fenton with Jeremy Wyatt taking on newcomer Andrew Wilder. “The Belt Collector” had his sights set on one of the few championships that he hasn’t held…and while Wilder put up a good fight, he was outmatched in this case. Wyatt forced the youngster to tap out to a unique half-crab variation.

Another favorite in the night’s battle royal was Alexandre Rudolph. Rudolph’s size and power were a major factor in that instance, but he showed his intelligence earlier in the night by reversing Geek Singh‘s armbar attempt into a pinning combination.

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Executive Director Mark Bland hyped the night’s lineup but was interrupted by manager Travis Cook. With Ken Kasa and Dave Vaughn‘s Missouri licensing up in the air, Cook was seemingly left without representation on the show…but he had something else in mind for the evening.

Rivals Mike Sydal and “Showtime” Bradley Charles did battle…Sydal was the crowd favorite on this night and picked up the win after a moonsault while holding his yoga mat.

It was every man for himself in a four-corner bout featuring Jon Webb, “The Alternative” Brandon Gallagher, Ace Hawkins, and Evan “Money” Morris. Alliances formed and were quickly tossed aside as only one man could emerge victorious; that mentality worked in Gallagher’s favor as he took advantage of the chaos that ensued. After Webb hit Sliced Bread #2 on Hawkins, Gallagher threw Webb out of the ring and pinned Ace with feet on the ropes for illegal leverage.

Kevin X took on Mark Sterling in a battle of heavy hitters. Sterling’s crossfit background allowed him to hang in there with the veteran, but Kevin X took home the victory after his signature Pavement Drop. Bland announced that Kevin X would get the next title shot at Jake Dirden at the Off Broadway show…and that brought out the champion himself. Dirden complained that Bland was simply “handing out” title shots to whoever wanted them and that he should only be facing the most worthy challengers. By the end of the night, Dirden would have no shortage of opponents on his agenda.

The title was not on the line as Dirden faced WLW Heavyweight Champion Elvis Aliaga. Aliaga lose a close bout to Dirden in January with the Dynamo Championship at stake; however, Elvis claimed the referee had prematurely called for the bell when he lost consciousness in the Asiatic Spike hold. This time around, Aliaga was all business as he took the fight to his larger opponent…but things got out of control and the fight ended in a no-contest after both men shoved the official. All three referees and Mark Bland entered the ring to restore order, but Dirden laid out Aliaga with the title belt. Dirden took his leave, but not before literally shoving the belt in Bland’s face.

After the Black Hand Warriors scored a victory over Shorty Biggs and Evan “Money” Morris last month, Shorty and his Tag Team Championship partner Outtkast had to defend their belts against the WLW Tag Champs. Michael Magnuson and David DeLorean showed their tag team expertise as they took the champs to their limit, but the Bumrush Brothers turned the tide before Travis Cook made his presence known. The champs and the referee were both distracted and DeLorean took advantage with a low blow on Shorty…DeLorean put Magnuson on top of Shorty and the referee turned around to make the three-count. The Bumrush Brothers’ 22-month reign as champions had ended…and it looks like Travis Cook has a new tag team in his stable! As of this writing, there’s no word on what Kasa and Vaughn feel about the situation…

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The Dynamo Rumble was a situation with no friends or allies…only one competitor could walk away as the winner with a guaranteed Heavyweight Title shot. Several favored competitors entered the fray along with some surprise entrants; Lucy Mendez was the second entrant and the lone female contender, lasting several minutes before being eliminated by Wyatt. Newcomer Andino Giovanni made his return after a long injury layoff, battling several more experienced opponents until being double-teamed by Wyatt and SBC. Rudolph was the powerhouse of the field, eliminating several entrants and lasting until the final four.

Several existing issues surfaced in the midst of the battle; Sydal and SBC locked horns once again, leading to Charles throwing Sydal out of the ring and getting some retribution for his earlier loss. Wilder crossed paths with Wyatt once again and was sent floorward. The Black Hand Warriors had to deal with not only the Bumrush Brothers but also Jack Gamble; Gamble and partner Jon Webb had been targetting the pair’s WLW Tag Titles in recent months. DeLorean eliminated Gamble, but the Black Hand Warriors’ night wasn’t quite over.

Outtkast eliminated DeLorean, then Magnuson entered only to be jumped in the aisleway by Shorty Biggs! Shorty didn’t want to wait for his official entrance to the matchup as he assaulted Magnuson at ringside, then brought him into the ring for a double-team beating and elimination. Undaunted, Magnuson pulled Shorty to the floor from outside the ring…that issue is nowhere close to being settled..

Dan Walsh hit the ring and immediately set his sights on Brandon Gallagher; Gallagher had cost Walsh a match to Kevin X in January and “Walking Reality” wanted to get some payback. Walsh sent his blue-haired rival sailing out of the ring…but Gallagher didn’t call it a night just yet.

Elvis Aliaga was a surprise entrant at #20…he had already tangled with Dirden earlier in the night, but he wanted another shot at the big man even if he had to win the battle royal to do it. The final four of the match were Wyatt, Rudolph, Walsh, and Aliaga…the remaining competitors focused their efforts on Rudolph, allowing Wyatt to finally get him out of the ring. Wyatt threw Walsh over the ropes…and Gallagher(who was still lurking at ringside) pulled him to the floor to cause his elimination!

That left the first and last entrants to battle it out, so Dirden made his way to ringside to observe the outcome. However, his presence was a distraction to the wrestlers in the ring, particularly Aliaga; that allowed Wyatt to knock Elvis off the top rope to the floor, scoring a huge win in the battle royal!

Dirden and Wyatt confronted each other after the match, but Kevin X made his way to ringside to remind Dirden that his title shot is in a few weeks. With Kevin X, Wyatt, and possibly Aliaga in his future, the Dynamo Heavyweight Champion has a lot on his plate in the upcoming months!

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The boiling point is coming on Saturday, January 18th at SICW- Flash Flanagan vs. Ron Powers with special referee Ricky Cruz

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 9, 2014

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Will Ricky Cruz as the special referee help settle the boiling feud between Flash Flanagan and Ron Powers at the SICW card in East Carondelet Saturday, January 18th?

One thing for sure – Cruz has his hands full. Obviously the motivation for promoter Herb Simmons in asking Cruz to be the referee was that Ricky is likely neutral in the issue. Not only has Cruz butted heads with both Powers and Flash, but Cruz is also one of the top contenders for the Classic Wrestling Championship belonging to Ironman Ken Kasa.

Plus, Cruz is crabby about the “politics” of Simmons in how he lines up matches in SICW. Ricky will be under pressure to keep order, though, as Powers and Flanagan have pounded each other with chairs, tables and kendo sticks in recent donnybrooks, one of which left Powers a bloody mess.

Speaking of Kasa, the Classic king enters tag team action January 18th when he and Mr Unpredictable Dave Vaughn (both clients of manager Travis Cook) oppose the exciting duo of high-flying Heath Hatton and explosive Jake Dirden, the MWR Wrestler of the Year. This battle is guaranteed to be a barn-burner!

Adding to the fun January 18 in East Carondelet is the appearance of Luke Williams of Bushwhacker tag team fame in WWE. A colorful character, Luke is as liable to jump into the ring as he is to lick the forehead of the promoter.

The ladies are back in East Carondelet as Angeles Layne meets Lucy Mendez.

Another tag team affair pits Alexandre Rudolph and Mr. Lucky against Gary Jackson and Jim Hoffarth, formerly the Big Texan. It’s interesting the respect that has developed between Jackson and Hoffarth since it was actually Gary who unmasked The Big Texan. But wrestling without the mask seems to have given Hoffarth a real boost.

Others in action January 18th are Daniel Eads, Frankie “The Thumper” Wyatt, Ax, and Chaz Wesson. For tickets call 618-286-4848.

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Jake Dirden has been UNSTOPPABLE since his return from Pro Wrestling NOAH

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 27, 2013

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FIST COMBAT WRESTLING’s Mike Gordon JUST GOT DirdeY!

The hottest rookie in the world today, Jake Dirden has returned from Japan on a mission to destroy whoever is in his path of destruction. The Dynamo Pro Wrestling trainee wisely took the opportunity to train in Eldon in 2012 with Harley Race, WLW, WWE and Pro Wrestling Noah. After the camp was through he was quickly signed up for a tour of Japan in the in the spring through the first of July.

It would not take long for the men of the Midwest to feel the pain as Dirden returned to Dynamo and won a handicap match against Billy McNeil & Dash Rando in his first match back; it started as a singles match between Dirden and Rando but Billy challenged Dirden to make it a two-on-one bout. Dirden chokeslammed McNeil, then got the submission win on Rando with the Asiatic Spike. Dirden was not done as he made his impact felt in the main event later that evening during the Dynamo Champion Dan Walsh’s title defense against Ricky Cruz. Wrestling expert Patrick Brandmeyer called the action as Cruz superkicked Walsh and went for the pin but Kevin X pulled the referee out of the ring. Jake Dirden jumped the guardrail to interfere but Walsh and Cruz briefly worked together to clear him out of the ring. Once the field was clear, Walsh hit Cruz with Paydirt to get the win and retain his title.

At Proving Ground Pro Dirden continued his winning ways when he teamed up with Nelson Sixx to get the win against Bragg’N’Swagg.

Yet the pain was set at an all-time high as Jake Dirden entered FIST COMBATE 2 AT POPS NIGHTCLUB as he once defeated Poodoo The Cow(w/ Dash Rando & C.J. McManus) with the Asiatic Spike to enter the four corner match to receive a shot at Billy McNeil to be named the FIST Combat Champion.

In a brutal four-corner match with Ricky Cruz, Dave Vaughn, and Alexandre Rudolph that could have gone to either of the four men it would be Dirden who would get the submission win with the Asiatic Spike as Cruz fought with Vaughn outside the ring.

It would be a battle of Power vs. Speed when Dirden met Billy McNeil to for FIST Title. Dirden dominated the bout despite having already competed in two prior matches; Billy fought back with a tornado DDT and a double-kneedrive to the back of the head, but missed a swanton bomb. That led to Dirden getting the win after a huge chokeslam.

FIST COMBAT WRESTLING JUST GOT DirdeY.

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Brian Kelley’s NWA Dynamo/High Voltage Wrestling October 16th photo recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 7, 2010

Photos from Brian Kelley
Recap from Patrick Brandmeyer

The Magic Man leads Makaze into battle with Super Castaldi #13 (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Super Castaldi #13 had things going his way, that’s when the Magic Man distracted the ref to help his man Makaze.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Makaze would take advantage of The Magic Mans interference to get the first win of the night.

Makaze(w/ Magic Man) d. Super Castaldi XIII with the Osaka Jam.

KC Karrington retreats from Tyler Cook. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

KC Karrington has no problems bending the rules.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Cook is faster than the camera as he leap frogs Karrington. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Karrington steals a victory.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-K.C. Karrington d. Tyler Cook by countering a re-entry sunset flip into his own pinning combination and holding the ropes.

Early on Trent Stone runs rough shot on Billy McNeil with Walsh and OuKAsT in his sights. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Double clothesline sends a message that Stone is the man to beat. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After feeling the power of Trent Stone, Dan Walsh, Billy Mcneil and OuKAsT tries to come up with a plan. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

McNeil goes airborne !(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The multi talented OuKAsT balances on the ropes for a moment. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Trent Stone sets McNeil up for a powerslam. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

McNeil and Walsh works on OutKaSt together but….(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Stone power bombs McNeil and Walsh (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Trent stone looked unstoppable!(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dan Walsh saw the chance to use the tights of Trent Stone to take home the HVW Livewire title. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Dan Walsh won a four-corner match with Billy McNeil, OuTtKaSt, and Trent Stone for the vacant HVW Livewire Title, pinning Stone with a rollup and handful of tights with feet on the ropes.

The Hooligans start off hot. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Throughout the Tag team Title match we would see Jonathan Gresham fly and wrestle, the man is just that good. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Like his partner Gresham, Ric King can do it all. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Full Contact Dojo would use a mixture of slow it down, speed it up that had the Hooligans on their heels. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

King uses the scorpion death lock. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

We have seen this before, it could be over for the Full Contact Dojo. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-The Full Contact Dojo(Jonathan Davis & Ric King) d. The Hooligans for the HVW Tag Team Titles; Davis pinned Devin Cutter after a swanton bomb by King followed by a shooting star press from Davis.

Now for a word from the new HVW Tag Team Champions.

Alexander Rudolph with manager Sadie Blaze rudely welcomes Kory Twist return to the ring (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Rudolph clubs Twist with a BIG right hand. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

It took more than one but the clothesline finally gets the big monster down. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Rudolph and Blaze offers Kory Twist no mercy. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Alexandre Rudolph(w/ Sadie Blaze) d. Kory Twist; Twist had the match won after a Soylent Green followed by the Leap Of Faith(splash off the top rope) but Sadie pulled Twist off the pin cover. Rudolph capitalized with a rollup and handful of tights for the cheap win.

The HVW Champion Kahagas. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas had defeated Jeremy Wyatt once before in a title match, not many men can get two wins in a row from “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Down in the trenches Wyatt puts the weight on Kahagas. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Wyatt’s Kansas City Killers partner Mark Sterling comes out to distract the champ. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Wyatt’s Kansas City Killers partner Mark Sterling comes out to distract the champ. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Belt Collector Jeremy Wyatt adds the HVW Title to his many belts in the Midwest. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Jeremy Wyatt d. Kahagas to win the HVW Heavyweight Title; the referee was accidentally knocked down and Wyatt attempted to use the belt as a weapon, but Kahagas caught him in the Ki-Krusher with no one to count the pin. Mark Sterling ran out to keep the ref occupied, allowing Wyatt to connect on his second attempt to level Kahagas with the belt. The ensuing cover got a near-fall, but Wyatt was able to hit the Lightning Spiral to keep Kahagas down for the three-count and win the belt.

Mark Sterling tries to get into the head of Kevin X.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kevin X quickly lets Sterling know that he will not be a pushover. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Elbow from Sterling drops Kevin X . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Sterling tries to pull the arm off of the challenger. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Power slam from the powerful Kevin X has Sterling in DEEP trouble. . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After hitting the ref and getting himself DQ’D Sterling is quite proud of himself. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kevin X knocks the NWA Central States Champion out much to the delight of the fans. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Kevin X d. NWA Central States Champion Mark Sterling by DQ; Sterling tried to bring his belt into the ring but the referee stopped him. As the ref was getting the belt out of the ring, Kevin superkicked Sterling…he covered, but the referee was late getting over to count the pin and Sterling kicked out at two. Kevin lined him up for another superkick, but Sterling avoided it and blatantly bashed the referee with a forearm to the face to get disqualified and save his title. Sterling rubbed it in Kevin’s face after the match…only to get planted with a Pavement Drop(Flatliner)!

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High Voltage Wrestling Champions Kahagas and the Hooligans return’s this weekend.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 14, 2010

This weekend join Missouri Wrestling Revival in Glen Carbon Illinois when High Voltage Wrestling teams up with NWA Dynamo for a star filled event.

First off the 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year and current NWA Central States Champion Mark Sterling will defend his title against the returning powerhouse Kevin X. 

NWA Dynamo Pro and High Voltage Wrestling team up on Saturday October 16th at the Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Il. to celebrate HVW’s second anniversary with a night of exciting action.

Already signed to the card NWA Central States Champion Mark Sterling takes on the returning Kevin X.

Kevin has been away from the ring for awhile but returned to action for the first time back at the August 28th Dynamo Pro event. With his impres…sive debut a new challenge stands in his way. The current reigning NWA Central States Champion Mark Sterling. Kevin has tasted gold before and now wants to satisfy the hunger that has been reawakened.

Also the HVW Heavyweight championship will be on the line when the Champion “The Tokyo Monster” Kahagas defends against “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt.

Wyatt has been surfing a wave of impressive wins as of late.

With a pinfall win over NWA Missouri Champion Davey Vega at the August 16th event during a tag match that saw both Wyatt and Sterling teaming together to take on Vega and Trent Stone. Wyatt has proven once again that he is a force to be reckoned with and he intends to add the HVW Title to his ever growing collection of Championships.

What started as a respectful match between s “the Human Wrecking Ball” Pete Madden and Super Castladi 13 was ended abruptly when Alexandre Rudolph along with Sadie Blaze rushed the ring and brutally attacked Madden. Rudolph was out to make a name for himself by taking out the STL wrestling legend when Kory Twist made his way to the ring and confronted Rudolph. Just a few seconds of exchanges were seen before both Rudolph and Blaze retreated from the ring leaving Twist standing tall and wanting to return to wrestling after 4 years to face Rudolph man to man in the ring.

Twist commented that if Rudolph wants to try and make name for himself at the expense of others it will not start with Pete Madden.

Last but not least October 16th will mark another return as the 2009 MWR Tag Team of the Year the Hooligans will defend their HVW Tag team titles and be on hand to receive their MWR Plaques.

STL cult legend Pete Madden has won the fans over in Kansas City with Metro Pro Wrestling, He will be in action this Saturday at NWA Dynamo and High Voltage Wrestling. If you have doubts of the mans talent lets take a look at Madden in action against one half of the Barrio Boys Domino Riveria who is led by the Latino knockout Lucy Mendez.

STL Fans check Madden this weekend in Glen Carbon Illinois and KC Fans Metro Pro Wrestling returns on November 6th.

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High Voltage Wrestling 8-7-10 recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on September 11, 2010

Results thanks too Patrick Brandmeyer

Evan Gelistico had Billy McNeil where he wants him…or does he?(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Pierre Abernathy tries to get the edge on Billy McNeil. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Gelistico taunts the crowd while punishing Fitchett. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

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Abernathy and Gelistico look up and finds a human missile on the way. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Mat Fitchett hits the mark. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Vega explodes on the outside.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Triple team by Vega, Fitchett and O’Neil on Gary J leads the team to a strong win in the opener. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Hi-Tech Dinosaurs(Davey Vega, Billy McNeil, & Mat Fitchett) d. The Submission Squad(Evan Gelistico, Pierre Abernathy, & Gary Jay). Vega wheelbarrowed Gary into a Codebreaker by McNeil, then they held Gary in that position for Fitchett to hit a Lionsault to the back! Vega got the pin on Gary after that triple-team.

Tyler Cook. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Cook tries to move the massive Alexandre Rudolph (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The battle spilled outside of the ring into the merchandise table. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Cook ducked a chair that went through the wall and went on top of the table to come down on the monster Rudolph. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Anytime that you go up against Rudolph you will have to know that the evil mastermind Sadie Blaze will be there to strike. Cook knows this all to well and looks to be fed up with it.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The ref tries to stop Rudolph but it would take the whole locker room to separate these two. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Tyler Cook fought Alexandre Rudolph(w/ Sadie Blaze) to a double disqualification when the two brawled outside the ring once again.

Reality TV Star and rising wrestling prospect Dan Walsh sports the MWR T-shirt prior to his match with Sir Bradley Charles. . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Magic Man has lead Donovan Ruddick to the HVW Title, brought in one of the toughest big men today the Dixie Land Destroyer and now he leads SBC to battle.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Walsh takes the legs out SBC. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Walsh tries to keep SBC on the mat with some kicks.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Walsh makes his first no- no. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dan Walsh picks up a huge victory.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dan Walsh d. Sir Bradley Charles(w/ Magic Man) with a new version of the Designated Driver(dropped like a Dantastic).

Wayne Van Dyke tries to control the powerful arm of Nation. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

D Ramos with a flying shoulder block on the outside to Nation.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Ramos was impressive when he was able to land a flying double clothesline on Ruddick and Nation taking the big men off of their feet. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Paybacks are hell ….too bad for Ramos the pain came to him.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Talk about a 1-2 punch…a shoulder block from Ruddick and a punch from Nation is not what where Dyke wanted to be. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Fans if you see Ruddick in the middle of the ring with this move. Expect a win shortly after. .(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-“The Future” Donovan Ruddick & Nation d. D Ramos & Wayne Van Dyke when Future pinned Van Dyke after the Iconoclasm.

The Great Malaki with The Great Cheyenne (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

“The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Great Malaki tries to put Wyatt on the defense. .(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Fans might not like him at all but no one can argue that Wyatt is one of the top wrestlers in the sport today.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Jeremy Wyatt d. The Great Malaki(w/ The Great Cheyenne) after a mulekick(unseen by the referee) followed by the Lightning Spiral.

Espinosa takes Sterling to the mat. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Sterling will pull out all the stops. . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Mark Sterling drills Espinosa in the chest.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Espinosa gets stretches but shows his toughness by not submidting.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The ref keeps asking if Espinosa wants to quit but the answer is still the same....no (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Espy fights back.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year Mark Sterling gains another victory off the tough Brandon Espinosa.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Mark Sterling d. Brandon Espinosa with the Markshooter.

Steven Kennedy and Shorty Biggs exchanges blows. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

OuTKaSt gets a first hand feel of classic Ego Express double team.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

A determined KC Karrington. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Karrington misses the mark and delivers a punishing blow to partner Kennedy.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After accidentally nailing his partner, Shorty Biggs had a laugh at the distraught KC Karrington. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Ego Express d. The Bumrush Brothers; K.C. Karrington was thrown out of the ring and appeared to suffer a knee injury, drawing ring announcer Wesley and the referee over to check on him. This conveniently left no one to count the pin when OuTtKaSt had Steven Kennedy covered after a double-team powerbomb. Karrington turned out to be playing possum and eliminated Shorty Biggs from the equation, then tripped up KaSt as he attempted to climb the turnbuckles. The Egos finished off KaSt with a double neckbreaker and SSK got the pinfall.

Is Amy Hennig the very best in the Midwest today? Ask Amy and she will tell you so. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Great Cheyenne(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Amy Hennig feels the power of the Great Cheyenne. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Hennig and The Great Cheyenne had called a truce but when the Great Cheyenne “stole” a pinfall from Santana G, Hennig took exception to it.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

MsChif unloads on the 3rd generation superstar.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

MsChif came to the aid of popular Santana G after Hennig and The Great Cheyenne double teamed her. In the end Hennig and the Great Cheyenne was on the receiving end of standing moonsaults. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley

-The Great Cheyenne won a triple threat match with Amy Hennig and Santana G; Santana seemed to be in the crosshairs of both Hennig and Cheyenne, though only one competitor could win the match. Hennig delivered the Perfectplex on Santana, but Cheyenne threw Hennig out of the ring and stole the pin on Santana! Despite the circumstances of the finish, Hennig and Cheyenne attacked Santana after the bell…which brought MsChif into the ring for the save!

HVW Champion Kahagas (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Trent Stone locks up with Kahagas.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas may have wished he did not take the high risk move at the top on this one. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas is feeling the power of Stone.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kicks in the corner took their toll on the Champion.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The battle escalated to the outside.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas just nailed a killer kick on the challenger. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

From the land of the rising sun comes the Tokyo Monster.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The spear has earned Stone many of victories in 2010, if he hits this we will have a new HVW Champion.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

MISS !! (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas delivers chops after the big mistake from Stone.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

1-2-3 the champ retains the title. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The KC Killers ambush Kahagas

A sign of respect from Trent Stone and Kahagas. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas d. Trent Stone in a hard-fought matchup to retain the Heavyweight Title. Kahagas was able to avoid Stone’s trademark spear on two occasions…he escaped the setup for the Stone Crush and got the win with an exploder suplex turned straight into a small package pin! Stone appeared ready to leave the ring without accepting a handshake from the champion…at that point, Wyatt & Sterling jumped the champion! Stone, who has had issues with the Kansas City Killers in the past, decided to re-enter the ring and even the odds…leaving the champion and challenger standing tall in the ring!

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Kory Twist returns to take on Alexandre Rudolph on October 16th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on September 6, 2010

Kory Twist (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

St Louis favorite Kory Twist returns to action on October 16th at the Sports Academy to take on Sadie Blaze’s protégé Alexandre Rudolph after Twist had to make the assist The Human Wrecking Ball Pete Madden at the NWA Dynamo show this past August.

Can Twist return to winning form in time to hold off the monster Rudolph and the sinister Blaze or will this be Twist’s last match ever??

Look for more details in the future of this must see return of a GCW original in Glen Carbon Illinois at the Sports Academy, plus the results of the August show that saw Trent Stone and Davey Vega take on the KC Killers of Mark Sterling and Jeremy Wyatt.

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NWA Dynamo Wrestling returns this Saturday in Glen Carbon IL- Trent Stone and Davey Vega vs. Jeremy Wyatt and Mark Sterling.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 23, 2010

After a power outage forced an end to our last event prematurely on July 24th, we are are returning to the Sports Academy in Glen Carbon with a night of exciting action topped with a tag team main event when NWA Missouri Champ Davey Vega and Trent Stone vs NWA Central States Champ Mark Sterling and Jeremy Wyatt.

MTV’s RealWorld/Road Rules Star Dan Walsh will face off against the returning Kevin X.
Will this be the start of Kevin …X’s Road to Gold once again …or will Walsh be the immovable roadblock blocking his path?

Pete Madden has contacted management in regards to Super Castaldi 13.
At Mr Madden’s request a match has been scheduled between Super Castaldi 13 and “The Human Wrecking Ball” Pete Madden. Many may not know but Pete Madden was the man that introduced the original Super Castaldi’s into this area and would like the chance to step into the ring once more against the newest Super Castaldi, out of respect for the great Castaldi wrestling tradition.

After being unable to appear in last months show due to unforeseen car trouble, Shorty Biggs blames himself for the brutal attack done to his tag partner OuTtKaSt after Kast’s victory over “Spoiled” Steven Kennedy at the hands of KC Karrington. This attack left OuTtKaSt bloodied in the ring and with an injured spleen. Shorty vows that Karrington and Kennedy will pay for what was done and blames them for his car trouble which led to the perfect chance to take out 1/2 of their greatest rivals.

Check out MWR’S exclusive interview with the Bum Rush Brothers here.

Also scheduled to appear: Alexandre Rudolph, Ethan Wright, Stenven Kennedy, Adam Rich and several more Dynamo Pro Stars.

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High Voltage Wrestling Cocked Locked and Loaded This Saturday!!! Mschif vs Santana G 2

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 18, 2010

 

St Louis’s sweetheart Santana G will be coming home this Saturday at High Voltage Wrestling’s Cocked Locked and Loaded, fresh off of her appearance at TNA on Spike TV. Wrestling fans join me in Granite City Illinois to welcome her back and to cheer her on in her rematch with the greatest women’s wrestler in world today, MsChif.

Yes, you heard me right tonight MWR got confirmation from HVW’S TNT Keny G that it will be Santana G vs. MsChif 2 this Saturday!!!

The NWA Women’s World Champion and SHIMMER Champion MsChif will meet the young up and comer Santana G once again.(Photo Credit Michael R Van Hoogstraat)

Last December one of the most popular wrestlers in the Midwest, Santana G tested herself against the very best and I have been excited about a rematch ever since. Santana G just recently defended her Coastal Championship Women’s wrestling title against Jessika Haze in Florida and is hoping that her extensive training and experience from last December will help her shock the wrestling world by beating the NWA Women’s and SHIMMER Champion.

This weekend marks the return of the HVW Champion Kahagas who is celebrating a new titles he gain the CCW Championship by beating former WWE Star Scotty 2 Hotty !!! In December the Kansas City Killers Mark Sterling and Jeremy Wyatt made their way to Florida and jumped Kahagas at CCW and making matters worse, they videotaped it for the whole world to see. The HVW champion asked for a match with the youngest of the Killers, Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year and HVW Livewire Champion Mike Sydal.

Will this be a wise move for the Champ or will the young Sydal add the International Superstar Kahagas to his win column?

The Kansas City Killers Jeremy Wyatt, Mark Sterling and Mike Sydal(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley )

Wyatt and Sterling will have their own problems with the HVW Champions and the 2009 MWR Tag team of the Year Devin and Mason Cutter otherwise known as the Hooligans. Our sources states that after Kahagas got his wish to take on Sydal, the Killers demanded that their match with the Hooligans be not a tag match but in singles competition.

The Hooligans (Photo Credit Michael R Van Hoogstraat)

The Killers will look to divide and conquer one of the most dominate tag teams in wrestling today. The Hooligans will be out for blood as they try to avenge their lil brother Neil Diamond Cutter after the vicious beat down he took from the Killers after the match this past December at HVW.

It will be the 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year Mark Sterling taking on Devin Cutter while the Rebel Jeremy Wyatt will meet Mason Cutter.

Fans have been waiting for the battle of B.A.B.EWatch and it will happen when Brandon Aarons goes one on one against his former partner Brandon Espinosa. It was not to long ago that these two were predicted by many to be among the future of Tag team team wrestling in the Midwest.

I am excited about this intriguing match up between these two friends that got much more important by TNT Keny G’s announcement that it will be a number one contenders match for Mike Sydal’s HVW Livewire Championship in the future.

Also on the card will be The Magic Mans new protégé The Dixieland Destroyer, Alexander Rudolph, Dan the Man, Eric Allen and much more.

Join Missouri Wrestling Revival this Saturday at High Voltage Wrestling Cocked Locked and Loaded!!!

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