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All American Pro Wrestling Feb 27th AAPW Heavyweight Champ Mississippi Madman vs. Jermey Wyatt recap by Mike Van Hoogstraat.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 31, 2010

By Brian Kelley

A trip to AAPW is always guaranteed to be a good time. Add on a match of the Year canadite in the AAPW Champion the Mississippi Madman and taking on “The Belt Collector” Jeremy Wyatt you knew I could not miss it.

A great day of hanging with my girlfriend Dubray, who did “Dubi Meets the AAPW Fans” (if you missed it then click here,MWR Photographer extrordinar Mike Van Hoogstraat and my good friend Jonathan Jones. Later in the night we caught up with Adam Testa to watch some exciting wrestling action.

On the night we saw a feud heat up when Badboy Chris Thomas and his manager Brooklyn Bobby left former AAPW Champion Edmund “Livewire” McGuire laying that would lead to a falls Count anywhere match in Herrin Illinois on April 10th.

In the main event we saw two warriors go at it as Wyatt came within moments of becoming the AAPW Champion for the first time. The fans were still furious at Wyatt’s actions and wanted more. AAPW as always gives the fans what they want and in the Main event in Herrin Illinois it will be The Mississippi Madman vs. Jeremy Wyatt 2.

Also on the card will be former WWE/ECW Superstar Simon Dean/ Nova going one on one with recently released WWE’s Paul Burchill.

This and much more will be why you will not want to miss AAPW on April 10th.

Till then sit back and enjoy the AAPW Photo recap by Mike Van Hoogstraat.

The Main Attraction KC Jackson.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

WHOA!!!(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

A back and forth battle between Jackson and Vincent with Jackson getting the tough win. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

KC Jackson defeated Sean Vincent

Young and cocky Xaiver Cage and his manager Brooklyn Bobby. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Brandon Espinosa sends Cage on a ride.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Xaiver Cage sees first hand why Espinosa is in the PWI 500.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

One of the top managers in the sport Brooklyn Bobby is never afraid to get his hands dirty. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Espinosa chalks up another win in 2010.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Brandon Espinosa defeated Xavier Cage

The 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year Mark Sterling. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Mike Sydal uses his speed to his advantage against Sterling.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Sterling goes head over heels thanks to Sydal.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Sterling and Sydal was a chess match between two of the best in the Midwest. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

When Mark Sterling locks in the Markshooter it is almost guaranteed that his opponent is about to tap out. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Mark Sterling defeated Mike Sydal

Playboy Paul Rose with his manager Gaylord Stevens. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Rose uses his bulk against young Heath Hatton while the massive Carnage looks on. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Playboy Paul Rose gives Hatton the boot. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Rose and Carnage was on top of there game. Here Carnage hits a perfect suplex. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Carnage grounds the young Hatton with pure power. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

In your face comes Playboy Paul Rose.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

El Magnifico finally gets the tag and heats up but Carnage and Rose would be too much for Hatton and El Magnifico (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Paul Rose & Carnage defeated  El Magnifico & Heath Hatton

Gaylord Stevens and his man, one half of Old School Thunder Ax Allwardt (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Allwardt goes at it with Rage’s Mike Masters outside of the ring. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Masters nails Allwardt with a dropkick. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Mike Masters goes flying!(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Mike Masters is one half of the AAPW Tag team Champions and gets a tough win in singles action. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Mike Masters defeated Ax Allwardt

AAPW Fan favorite and MWR supporter Edmund “Livewire” McGuire. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

McGuire goes toe to toe with “Badboy” Chris Thomas. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Thomas in deep trouble!!(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Brooklyn Bobby once again makes his presence known, here he works over the former AAPW Champ outside of the ring. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

McGuire is dead on with his Superkick on Bad boy Chris Thomas. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

McGuire would win the match but Thomas and Brooklyn Bobby would leave McGuire laying. McGuire hopes to gain revenge when they meet on April 10th in Carbondale Illinois in a falls count anywhere match. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Edmund Livewire McGuire defeated Chris Thomas

The prestigious AAPW Championship belt. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Two of the very best in the Midwest hooked up at AAPW for the title when the champion the Mississippi Madman met “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

A massive head butt from the Champion sends the challenger to the mat. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Wyatt just barley gets out of the hands of the Mississippi Madman.(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat

Outside of the ring there is no one nastier than Jeremy Wyatt. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

After taking the pain to the champ on the outside, Wyatt goes after the Madman with a vengeance. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

One of my favorite pictures ever!! It goes to show how important the AAPW title is as the champion takes a bite out Wyatt. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

Wyatt amazingly was able to ground one of the Biggest men in the Midwest, The Mississippi Madman for most of the match, looking very close to taking home the AAPW title. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

A big splash on the Madman changes the momentum of the match in favor of the Champ…..Where did Wyatt go??(Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

The Mississippi Madman was able to survive the night but Sterling and Wyatt sends a message to the big man that his Championship is in deep threat in 2010. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

KC Jackson brings a chair in the ring to save his good friend the Madman. (Photo Credit Mike Van Hoogstraat)

AAPW Heavyweight Champ Mississippi Madman defeated Jermey Wyatt by DQ

 

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All American Pro Wrestling Champion Shane Rich vs. Jeremy Wyatt March 14th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 3, 2009

By Brian “Flair” Kelley

All American Pro Wrestling returns on March 14 in West Frankfort, IL The AAPW Champion Shane Rich has just survived a war with “Homicidal” Steven Davis in 2008, then in January he not only retained the title against the popular Edmund “Livewire” McGuire but the MWR awards committee honored it as the January match of the month.

AAPW has delivered a Midwest dream match as Shane Rich will have his hands full when he takes on the MWR Wrestler of the Year in 2008, Jeremy “The Rebel” Wyatt. Wyatt will look to hit Shane Rich with the devastating move they call in Iowa the “Kansas Tumbleweed”; they may as well call the “Title Changer” because if he hits Rich with it then we will have a new AAPW Champion. Rich and Wyatt is a main event you do not want to miss.

You will also get to see one of the most exciting tag teams in the Midwest the AAPW Tag Team Champions The LONRS (Mark Sterling and Darrien Sanders) defend their belts against the tag team the fans voted on in the Fan Choice voting last fall, Vinyl and Vega. Vinyl and Vega had been on a roll in 2008 before they took a hiatus from the sport. They return in the biggest match that the two have ever been in. How will the ring rust affect the St Louis duo with an attitude? This will be exciting!!

After unmasking Crimson Shock on January 24th, Ty Blade will be pitted in a match with the mysterious masked man. If Crimson Shock loses, HE MUST REMOVE THE MASK AND REVEAL HIS IDENTITY!

Carnage was fired from Brooklyn Bobby’s stable and “Homicidal” Steven Davis publicly humiliated him at the last event. Carnage attacked Davis during a lumberjack match and beat Davis throughout New Beginnings Assembly. Now, Carnage not only gets Davis one on one in a match but has the opportunity to earn his first victory in almost 2 YEARS.

Also scheduled:

Mike Masters
Ax Stevens
Curly
Payday Patterson
Mike Sydal
Tony Stetson
Tickets are $10 Adult $6 children 12 and under
Tickets available online at allamericanprowrestling.com or at the door
Bell time 7pm
New Beginnings Assembly, 1011 E. 6th st., in West Frankfort, IL.

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January 24 All American Pro Wrestling recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 7, 2009

Recap By AAPW Management with Picture commentary By Brian “Flair” Kelley

With freezing temperatures outside, over 160 fans were treated to hot action at New Beginnings Assembly for AAPW’s Fan’s Choice Show!

“Homicidal” Steven Davis and Carnage were introduced for the opening tag team bout. Davis came to the ring alone and told the crowd that his partner Carnage had been fired by their manager, Brooklyn Bobby, because Carnage had not won a match since May of 2007. Davis stated he refused to have a loser as his partner and introduced a replacement. Ax Stevens. Their opponents, The Money Makin’ Jam Boys, K.C. Jackson and Mississippi Madman. Jackson used his quickness to gain the early advantage but was soon shut down by Davis and Stevens. Davis and Stevens were able to cut the ring in half and keep Jackson from tagging his opponent but Jackson showed tremendous heart and never quit. Madman got the tag and used his size and power to finish off Stevens with a splash for the pin.

Homicidal" Steven Davis and K.C. Jackson go down after a brutal collision.

Homicidal" Steven Davis and K.C. Jackson go down after a brutal collision.

Fans had voted Jorden Vandal as the newcomer to AAPW. However, Vandal could not make it this night. Jay Spade received the honors. Spade, an undersized rookie took on the undefeated and mysterious Crimson Shock. Spade showed he was no slouch at the beginning but Shock beat down and mauled Spade the rest of the match. Shock applied a figure four leglock and used the ropes for added leverage. Shock refused to break the hold at the referee’s 5 count and the ref called for the bell. Shock became extremely upset and continued to let out his frustrations on Spade. TY BLADE came to the ring and pulled shock off the rookie. A confrontation ensued between Blade and Shock and SHOCK WAS UNMASKED by Blade! Gaylord Stevens, who ran to ringside, covered the mysterious wrestlers head and led him away from ringside. Stevens later offered a bounty to Ty’s opponent later in the night, Shawn Shultz, to retrieve the mask.

Ty Blade makes the save for young Jay Spade.

Ty Blade makes the save for young Jay Spade.

“Playboy” Paul Rose defeated El Magnifico in what can only be described as a comical match with a flatliner.

Mike Masters’s was in a nasty move prior to his match with Curly.

Mike Masters has words with a young man prior to his match with Curly.

Curly, Missouri Wrestling Revival’s wrestler of the month and also undefeated as a rookie, took on Mike Masters. Curly’s unorthodox style was a bit much for Masters as Curly defeated him with an elbow drop.

Mike Masters had Curly reeling early in the match, but Curly proved that he has what it takes to beat one of the best in AAPW.

Mike Masters had Curly reeling early in the match, but Curly proved that he has what it takes to beat one of the best in AAPW.

Venom, the wrestler fan’s voted to see make a return to AAPW, took on another big and powerful newcomer in Travis Sawyer. Sawyer is the son of Buzz Sawyer. Venom’s only advantage gained was with underhanded tactics but it was not enough as Sawyer used a cradle shock slam to get the pinfall.

Shawn Shultz came to the ring and got the crowd into a frenzy. His opponent, Ty Blade, came to the ring carrying the mask he removed from Crimson Shock. As Blade gained an advantage late in the match, Gaylord Stevens came to ringside to distract Blade and Shultz used a school boy roll up to get the pin. Although many saw Shultz use the tights.

Toe to toe Shultz and Blade went at it. On this night Gaylord Stevens would be the difference when he distracted Blade and Shultz took the advantage for the win.

Toe to toe Shultz and Blade went at it. On this night Gaylord Stevens would be the difference when he distracted Blade and Shultz took the advantage for the win.

AAPW fan’s voted to see Chocolate Thunder V. Tony Stetson in a Lumberjack match. The crowd was not disappointed. Fan’s were screaming from start to finish. Carnage came to ringside and attacked “Homicidal” Steven Davis. This surprised fan’s and the lumberjacks at ringside as Carnage beat on Davis throughout the gym. The brawl even got the attention of the wrestlers in the ring. Stetson took advantage and rolled Chocolate Thunder up for the pin.

Young gun Tony Stetson goes all out in when he went high in the air in  a Lumberjack match against Chocolate Thunder.

Young gun Tony Stetson goes all out in when he went high in the air in a Lumberjack match against Chocolate Thunder.

The main event featured two of the most popular wrestlers in AAPW. Fan’s voted for Edmund “Livewire” McGuire to get a title shot against AAPW champion, “Serial Thriller” Shane Rich.

For the All American Pro Wrestling Championship- "Serial Thriller" Shane Rich vs. Edmund "Livewire" McGuire.

For the All American Pro Wrestling Championship- "Serial Thriller" Shane Rich vs. Edmund "Livewire" McGuire.

This match featured everything from technical wrestling, submission holds, brawling, and high flying. It was a back and forth battle with several surprises.

Edmund "Livewire" McGuire looked strong early in the match as he catches Rich in the corner going for a high risk maneuver.

Edmund "Livewire" McGuire looked strong early in the match as he catches Rich in the corner going for a high risk maneuver.

At one point, both wrestlers brawled into the crowd. Livewire tossed Rich over the guard rail clear into the 3rd row! Livewire got Rich back into the ring and delivered a leg drop from the top rope which appeared to secure the victory for Livewire. RICH KICKED OUT! Livewire continued the assault and set Rich up for a superkick. Rich ducked and lifted Livewire onto his shoulders. Livewire fought out and went for a victory roll which the champion blocked and pinned Livewire’s shoulders for the 3 count.

Shane Rich showed on this night that he is one of the most complete wrestlers in the Midwest, here he works the air attack.

Shane Rich showed on this night that he is one of the most complete wrestlers in the Midwest, here he works the air attack.

At the conclusion of the match, Livewire addressed the crowd. He expressed how disappointed he was and how sorry he was for letting down his fans. Livewire stated he would be taking some time off from wrestling. As Livewire said his goodbye, Shawn Shultz snuck into the ring and hit Livewire with a DDT. Shultz then stood over Livewire and berated him until Rich ran back to the ring for the save. Heated words were exchanged between Rich and Shultz. Security had to escort Shultz from ringside.

AAPW returns to West Frankfort on Saturday March 14th. This event will feature the fan’s choice tag team championship when The Lonrs take on “Spitfire” Davey Vega and “Blackheart” Johnny Vinyl.

AAPW March 15

AAPW would like to thank all the fans for their support.

For all your information for All American Pro Wrestling please check out their myspace at AAPW-MYSPACE.

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