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Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Espinosa’

Brandon Espinosa Returns to MMWA to Face Da’Marius Jones on May 12th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 26, 2018

Da’Marius Jones warns Brandon Espinosa

Friend
Trainer
Brother
And now a victim
May 12
2301 south 7th st

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Road Warrior Animal is on His Way to Richmond, MO, May 26

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 23, 2018

World League Wrestling returns to the west side of Missouri as we come back to Richmond! This time, WWE Hall of Fame member and 1/2 of the legendary tag-team Road Warrior Animal will be making a very special guest appearance to this event!

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Night of Champions 3 Photo Recap A Magical Night Jon Webb, Karim Brigante, Miss Monica, Kyle Roberts

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 29, 2018

From Patrick Brandmeyer

Photos Brian Kelley

 

-Karim Brigante(w/ Women’s Champion Miss Monica Passeri) d. “The” Ace Hawkins to win the MWR Missouri Title; Monica stopped Ace from walking out on the match, leading to Karim winning with the pop-up forearm smash (12:53).

”The Heartthrob” Jaden Roller(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) d. “The Wrestler For The People” Rex Fults. “The Mouth Of The South” Jimmy Hart stopped Curtis from using his briefcase as a weapon, but the outside distraction allowed Roller to blindside Rex with his own nightstick behind the referee’s back for the cheap win (11:10).

 

Jayden Dominic Rose d. Jack Gamble in a strap match to retain the Jr. Heavyweight Title. Gamble nearly won, but Rose spit mist in Gamble’s eyes before tagging the four turnbuckles for the win (16:38).

 

Miss Monica Passeri d. Savanna Stone with a tilt-a-whirl takedown into a Fujiwara armbar to retain the Women’s Title (8:56); Stacey O’Brien was the special guest referee. After the match, Stacey decked Monica and nearly left with the belt before Monica got it back and chased her out of the ring.

-”The Hybrid Ace” Jon Webb d. “The Legacy” Leland Race(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) in a no-DQ match to win the Heavyweight Title; Race missed a swing with a chair and it rebounded off the top rope into his face. Webb capitalized with the Asai DDT for the title-winning pinfall (20:48).

”Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner & Kyle Roberts d. “Superstar” Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa to win the Tag Team Titles. Fender & Espy attacked Steiner with chairs and destroyed his leg before the bell, leaving Roberts to fight alone for most of the match. As Roberts got an opening, Steiner limped to ringside and threw in a chair, which Roberts used to take out Espy with a Van Daminator behind the referee’s back! That allowed Roberts to pin Espy to win the belts for his unlikely tag team (16:17)!

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Historic Night at NOC 3: New WLW Champion Jon Webb, Scott Steiner & Kyle Roberts WLW Tag Champions, Karim Brigante MWR MO Champion

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 11, 2018

By Patrick Brandmeyer

Karim Brigante(w/  WLW Women’s Champion Miss Monica Passeri) d. “The” Ace Hawkins to win the MWR Missouri Title; Monica stopped Ace from walking out on the match, leading to Karim winning with the pop-up forearm smash (12:53).

”The Heartthrob” Jaden Roller(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) d. “The Wrestler For The People” Rex Fults. “The Mouth Of The South” Jimmy Hart stopped Curtis from using his briefcase as a weapon, but the outside distraction allowed Roller to blindside Rex with his own nightstick behind the referee’s back for the cheap win (11:10).

Jayden Dominic Rose d. Jack Gamble in a strap match to retain the Jr. Heavyweight Title. Gamble nearly won, but Rose spit mist in Gamble’s eyes before tagging the four turnbuckles for the win (16:38).

Miss Monica Passeri d. Savanna Stone with a tilt-a-whirl takedown into a Fujiwara armbar to retain the Women’s Title (8:56); Stacey O’Brien was the special guest referee. After the match, Stacey decked Monica and nearly left with the belt before Monica got it back and chased her out of the ring.

-”The Hybrid Ace” Jon Webb d. “The Legacy” Leland Race(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) in a no-DQ match to win the Heavyweight Title; Race missed a swing with a chair and it rebounded off the top rope into his face. Webb capitalized with the Asai DDT for the title-winning pinfall (20:48).

”Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner & Kyle Roberts d. “Superstar” Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa to win the Tag Team Titles. Fender & Espy attacked Steiner with chairs and destroyed his leg before the bell, leaving Roberts to fight alone for most of the match. As Roberts got an opening, Steiner limped to ringside and threw in a chair, which Roberts used to take out Espy with a Van Daminator behind the referee’s back! That allowed Roberts to pin Espy to win the belts for his unlikely tag team (16:17)!

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Missouri Wrestling Revival MO Champion Ace Hawkins is Ready for Karim Brigante

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 7, 2018

The MWR Missouri Champion Ace Hawkins will defend his title against Rome Italy’s very own Karim Brigante on March 10th. The event will be at Harley Race’s Night of Champions 3 with legends Race, JJ Dillion, Jimmy Hart, Scott Steiner, Bob Orton Jr, in attendance and many of the top young talent in the country go at it in one of the very biggest nights of the year for 2018.

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Scott Steiner to Team with Kyle Roberts this Saturday vs Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 5, 2018

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Brandon Barbwire Survives the CCW One Night Riot; Ace Hawkins, Diamond Doll, The Pinnacle Retain Titles

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 1, 2018

Cape Championship Wrestling Tag Champions The Pinnacle – Hollis Giroux & D’Mone Solavino def. Mikey McFinnegan & Marko Stunt

Brandon Espinosa def. Bishop Kage by DQ

Sarge O’Riley def. Van Van Horn in a hair vs. hair match

Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri Champion Ace Hawkins def. Gregory Iron

 

Cape Championship Wrestling Women’s Champion Diamond Doll def. Sarah Summers

Brandon Barbwire won a 20 man royal rumble

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WLW 2017 November Photo Recap From the Harley Race Wrestling Arena

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 19, 2017

Mike Sydal pinned Air Raid

WLW Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jon Webb d. Orion Creed

Jayden Fenix d. Sean Orleans

Ron Simmons takes the time to visit with Harley Race andf the WLW Fans.

Leland Race d. Rex Fults

Superstar Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa d. Kyle Roberts & Warwick Stephans to win the vacant WLW Tag titles.

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Makaze Lights up Brandon Aarons For the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Championship

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 10, 2017

By Patrick Brandmeyer

The Master Of Hairflips” Brandon Aarons vs. “The Wind Of Destruction” Makaze for the Heavyweight Title: I was unclear on whether Makaze was considered a former Dynamo Pro Heavyweight Champion...he was NWA Missouri Champion on the night that the championship was converted into the current Dynamo Title. At that show, he was defeated by K.C. Karrington for the title…and this was his first chance to get back to the top of the promotion. Makaze had recently returned to his rulebreaking ways and that attitude had led to several victories, putting him in position for this opportunity. Aarons had been on a roll with successful title defenses against Dingo, Danny Adams, and Brandon Espinosa and Roy Lewis in a triple threat match, as well as his win over Nick Brubaker at Proving Ground Pro…he was also nearing the one-year mark as champion, as he defeated Mike Outlaw for the belt last November.

I was NOT expecting a title change here, but I had a feeling Aarons was about due for it. Jaden Roller made his way to ringside to confront Aarons over his earlier actions…Aarons was distracted but only momentarily. Aarons rallied and delivered the close-range superkick that won him the title in the first place, but Roller got up on the ring apron to put the bad-mouth on the champion. He claimed that Aarons was jealous of his own hairstyle…them’s fighting words and Aarons took him out with a superkick. However, Makaze was lying in wait…and as the referee’s attention was on Roller, Makaze threw a FIREBALL in Aarons’ face! Makaze quickly covered and the referee turned around to count three in 14:35, crowning Makaze as the new Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion!!

To see exclusive video of this historic title change from Dynamo Pro click here.

 

Brandon Aarons the very next day is without his Championship, beaten and battered. Will he ever be the same again?

The REMATCH – Dynamo Pro Wrestling Champion Makaze vs Brandon Aarons on Nov 25th Details coming soon.

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New WLW Tag Team Champions – Steve Fender and Brandon Espinosa

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 5, 2017

This past weekend at the Harley Race Wrestling Arena, Superstar Steve Fender and Brandon Espinosa defeated Kyle Roberts and Warwick Stephans to win the vacated WLW Tag-Team Championships. The new tag team Champions Fender and Espinosa were able to win the belts despite miscommunication between the two at that saw them come to near blows during several key moments of the contact .

If these two can get on the same page, they could very well hold onto these belts for a long time as both of them are two of the top wrestlers during the MWR years. Fender was one half of the first ever WLW Tag Team Champions back in 2001 with Matt Murphy. Since then he has held onto the belt with several partners throughout the years including Ace Steel, Mason Hunter, Mark Sterling, Bao Nguyen and Dangerous Derek just to name a few. Espinosa is no stranger to tag team success with partners Brandon Aarrons, Mike Sydal and Ace Hawkins.

WLW returns to Richmond, Missouri this coming Saturday. Be sure to keep up with MWR updates on the new Champions and WLW Stars.

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