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Posts Tagged ‘Chris Kade’

Tito Santana Maintains Order at SICW – Feb 15 SICW Photo Recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 17, 2020

By Patrick Brandmeyer

The War Machine(w/ Travis Cook) d. Richard Shaw with the heart punch (1:15). “Your Canadian Hero” Sean Vincent attacked War Machine afterwards but War Machine fought him off and laid him out with the heart punch.

-Billy McNeil d. “The Mountain Man” Jake Prater after the top-rope elbowdrop to the back (7:13).

 

 

-“The Son Of The South” Frankie D d. Rob Kowalski by DQ when Kowalski brought Frankie D’s chair into the ring and shoved the referee (7:20). Frankie D bashed Kowalski with the chair, but the big man shrugged off the abuse and struck Frankie with his own chair.

 

-“Superstar” Steve Fender(w/ Travis Cook) d. Bobby D with the brainbuster (10:54).

-Ax Allwardt d. “The Butcher” Damian Blade by DQ when Blade threw Ax over the top rope (7:05).

-Mauler McDarby d. “The Real Deal” Chris Kade after Kowalski tripped Kade during a re-entry suplex, holding his foot as McDarby fell on top for the pin (9:56). Cowboy Bob Orton saved his trainee from a post-match attack, setting up a tag match for the March 21st show.

-“The Night Train” Gary Jackson & Gil Rogers d. “The Talented” Ken Kasa & King Christopher Hargas(w/ Travis Cook) to retain the Tag Team Titles. Kasa & Hargas initially won when Hargas hit Rogers with a chain behind the referee’s back and Kasa got the pin (7:14), but Flash Flanagan told the referee what happened and the match was restarted. The champs retained when Rogers kneelifted Kasa into Jackson’s subset flip for the three-count (3:49 of the restart, 11:03 total). Chaos erupted afterwards with Kasa, Hargas, Fender, & War Machine beating down Jackson, Rogers, & Flanagan…they finally took their leave when Billy McNeil hit the ring with a chair.

-“The King Of Chaos” Ricky Cruz d. “Volatile” Curtis Wylde(w/ Wyldefyre & Rob Kowalski) to retain the Classic Title; Tito Santana was the special guest referee. Wyldefyre was ejected from ringside early; when Kowalski blatantly interfered, Tito fought him off before ejecting him as well. When Wylde confronted Tito, Cruz rolled him up for the pin (10:39). Wylde attacked Tito from behind after the bell, but Tito fended him off and put him out with a sleeperhold…leading to Cruz using Wylde’s own hairtrimmers to relieve Wylde of more of his hair.

 

 

 

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Introducing The Ace Wrestling Academy’s Chris Kade

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 27, 2019

 

November of 2018 Cowboy Bob Orton opened his school The Ace Wrestling Academy for all who seek to begin their careers in professional wrestling. Many students began their journey that month, one of which was a 28 year old from St. Louis, Mo Chris Kade. From his very first training day Kade’s work ethic made him a standout among his fellow students. On training days he was the first to show up and the last to leave. He would even attend while recovering from an injury he could be found sitting at ring side taking notes so he wouldn’t miss a day at the Ace Academy. His strong work ethic spanned outside the school by participating as a ring crew member for Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling. Soon his hard work caught the attention of the promoter of SICW Herb Simmons.

 

With the approval of Bob Orton, Chris Kade made his debut in Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling on March 25th, 2019 in East Carondlete, IL at the East Carondelet Community Center as a participant in a Gauntlet match against The Mongolian Monster Attila Khan. He would recently try his hand in Tag Teaming on July 20th with partner Bobby D. Vs. The Professionals Mauler McDarby and Shawn Santel. Chris Kade is looking forward to making an impact on the Midwest Wrestling scene with ambitions of hitting the road to travel all over the US with his Ace Academy trainers Ricky Cruz and Chris Hargas.

You can follow Chris Kade on social media through Facebook @Chris Kade, Instagram @Chris.Kade and Twitter @ChrisKade2

 

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