Posts Tagged ‘Davey Vega’
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.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Blood Brother, Cape Championship Wrestling, Cape Girardeau Missouri, Casa Loma Ballroom, Dartallion Allen JR, Davey Gibson, Davey Vega, Jet and Jax Royal, Joey Ryan, Kyle O'Reilly, Mat Fitchett, Mathew Grundy, Midnight Express, Mike Wilson, NWL, Patrick Brandmeyer, Ring of Honor World Champion, Rock and Roll Express, Royal Blood, Shooter Spotlight, St. Louis Anarchy, TNA | Leave a Comment »
Double Shot Weekend in Cape Girardeau, MO April 21-22 – Girl Fight, Davey Vega, Joey Ryan, Colt Cabana, Ace Hawkins
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 4, 2017
Recap from their last event from the website Talking Smith
Hey all!! Smitty back at you after one AWESOME weekend!!! Not only did we have a great birthday gathering with my (Jared) side of the family, but we were able to take in another AWESOME Cape Championship Wrestling card!! The AC Brase Arena Building was packed once again as the CCW faithful were out to support the crew and let me tell you, CCW did NOT disappoint us!! Take a look up there at the card and then stick around for some fun!
We did something different this time around. On our way to my parent’s house, Mrs. Smitty got the idea of doing a road trip, live broadcast! So I said…heck yeah!! We hadn’t gone live or recorded a video in quite some time, and its something we probably need to do more. I know, we’re still stuck in the 20th century with our blogs and what not, but hey, we love to write!! But, the live videos will become a part of everything. So here’s our live video recap!!
Enjoy that!! But I’ll sum things up in a bit quicker manner than the video. It was a longer one, but we had a lot to talk about and some cool folks to interact with while doing so! But anywho, here’s what’s going on!
For me, Ace Hawkins and Brandon “Espy” Espinosa stole the show right out of the gate. This is a rivalry that’s been going on for years. These guys have insane chemistry in the ring, whether they’re teaming or going to war against each other, so things are extremely fluid. Espy debuted a new look, similar to the Guerilla’s of Destiny but also akin to a Dia de Los Muertas skull as well. Very dark and sinister. In fact, Espy hit the aisle and stared directly at Ace and then hit the ring hard. We got such a great match from these two again and I was hoping that Espy would take the MWR Missouri Championship back home with him. I was emotionally drained from that one. So many near pinfall moments, so many hard hitting moments, just a GREAT opening match.
Up next was JD Wilk. Now, JD was supposed to take on Jason Vaughn, but if you kept up with the events this week, new GM Osby Tomlin decided to fire Jason Vaughn due to a variety of differences in the back. I’m not sure whether I believe that or not, but I do know that it ignited a fire in The Fury. However, with that being said, JD Wilk had an open invitation to anyone and it was answered by…PHOENIX!!! This kid, Phoenix, is so hard not to like. He’s all smiles and you can tell he loves to be in that ring. We thought that about JD, but, he seems to be getting a big head really quick. The match was great, though, and Phoenix really brought it to JD. Ultimately, JD was just too quick and powerful for Phoenix. But, after JDW got the win…JASON VAUGHN SHOWED UP!!! He came flying out from the back, defying the orders from GM Osby Tomlin, and delivered a MAJOR beating on JD in the ring. Osby came out with security to get Jason out of the ring and, surprisingly, he left without a ruckus. But, I believe the message has been sent to CCW management…Jason Vaughn wants his match.
We were treated to a variety of debuts on Saturday and one that I was very excited for was The Inkcredible Darius Lee, Tatt2, making his CCW debut. He’s an exciting, high flying, athletic wrestler from the Memphis area and his energy was something that hit the crowd hard! He was going up against another solid competitor, THE Cody Wilson. Cody is a no-nonsense guy that I still haven’t fully grasped yet, but I do know that he’s a strong style type who can take a good beating but still come back to dish it out. It was a contrast of styles, but it worked together very well as Cody is deceptively quick and has no issues taking things to the air if needed. However, it was apparent early on that the speed and quickness of Tatt2 would make it hard for Cody to hang in there. To his credit, he was able to keep pace for a while, but ultimately the speed wore him down. This match was capped off with a BEAUTIFUL 450 Splash from the top rope that got the crowd off their feet. A solid debut and I hope to see more of him.
Another debut was made in the following match, as the women of CCW took center stage! Coming up along with the Super Show next month, the women get a night all to themselves on Friday, April 21st, as Girl Fight brings the inaugural Luna Vachon Memorial Tournament, which will feature 8 of the best women around! On Saturday, we got to enjoy three of them, as Sweet Sarah Summers, Marni Gras and a debuting Nikki Lane, squared off in a triple threat match. Former TNA/Impact Star, Angelina Love, also made a CCW debut as she accompanied Marni Gras to the ring and stayed ringside throughout the match. This one started off featuring Marni Gras and Nikki Lane teaming up to take down Sarah Summers multiple times. However, this union was quickly tested as both women attempted pinfalls to win the match. This one went back and forth the whole match and it was one of those with a high number of near 3 count moments. In the end, though, Marni Gras took the win, but she’s got a big target on her back in CCW, as she has the other ladies gunning for her!
After intermission, we were treated to another debut, which was the monster Barackus! He’s a beast!! But his opponent, Kyle O’Reilly, is no stranger to taking down bigger guys! Kyle has this insane ability to attack people and never seems to slow down or let things affect him. However…BRACKUS IS A BEAST!! And he used his size and strength to keep Kyle immobilized throughout the match. That didn’t slow down Kyle, though, as he was able to use the quickness of his strikes to create distance from Barackus. Kyle focused his attacks on the legs of Barackus, in hopes of taking him out there to get him to the ground. Barackus, much to his credit, did not let that stop him from dishing out punishment at any opportunity, though. Kyle eventually did wear the big man down, even suplexing him down at one point, and wrapping things up with an armbar. Its easy to see why Kyle O’Reilly is a former ROH World Champion and rumored to be on his way to NXT. He’s a true professional in all areas and it was truly a treat to be able to see him in the CCW ring.
The next match was one that I was excited for, but at the same time, dreaded seeing at the same time. Hollis Giroux vs Austin Lane squared off in a number one contenders match. Both of these guys are fan favorites, probably two of the top in that department, and have cemented themselves within the CCW fans. The instant I saw Hollis square off against Davey Vega, I knew he had that “it” factor about him. Same as Austin and Ricochet, it was my first experience seeing Austin and he not only held his own in that ring last year, but he quickly had me watching the match, mouth wide open, saying THIS IS AWESOME, as it truly was. HOW CAN YOU PICK SIDES IN A MATCH LIKE THIS!? We tried not to. I cheered for both guys at every opportunity. It was, as I said in the video, on par with Hogan/Warrior at Wrestlemania 6. However, the way it ended, with both men rolled up, both shoulders on the mat, was satisfying in a disappointing way. If that makes sense. I was relieved that neither lost, upset that neither won, but hoped to see their friendship and ability to work together come out uncompromised. I hope that will remain. It was a match packed with so much emotion.
The tag title match was up next and, with Dell Tucker unavailable due to prior commitments, The Pinnacle opted for the use of the Freebird Rules, and brought in the Nephilim, D’Mone, to fill the spot next to Farmer Billy Hills. Their opponents were Syn and the man, the myth, THE LEGEND…BLASTER!!! After being ousted from The Pinnacle last month, Blaster returned with his tag partner once again being Syn, to get a crack at the tag titles. Farmer Billy Hills, in usual form, attempted to fight just about everyone in the audience. I’m pretty sure he was yelling at a baby at one point. Savage. You know that a match featuring The Pinnacle will be loaded with shenanigans, and it had plenty of that. Jeff O’Dell has a new bodyguard, the diminutive Marko, which added one more element of outside interference. Blaster and Syn fought them off well. We were able to see a lot more of Syn on Saturday than we did last month at Tag Team Warfare. Syn is VERY impressive in the ring. He’s athletic and quick, with a wide array of moves. I was glad to see him bringing it on this level. However, as hard as Blaster & Syn fought, they just couldn’t weather the Pinnacle storm, as Billy and D’Mone took the win. Afterward, they unleashed a furious beating upon Blaster in the middle of the ring until suddenly, Osby Tomlin appeared! He said that this was too much and that in April, Blaster would again be getting a tag title shot, but this time, his partner would be none other than JEFF COBB!!! WOW!!! Two beasts will set their sites on The Pinnacle!! For once, I think Billy Hills was speechless.
The final match featured the stalwart veteran, the Sexy one himself, Sexy Sarge, going up against CCW longtime champion, Brandon Barbwire. Sarge issued this challenge back in January after Caged Chaos. In the time following, Brandon has made sure to let everyone know that he thought Sarge was an old geezer. I think Saturday night reminded Brandon that Sarge still has a lot left in his tank. It seemed as if Sarge was trying to cave in Brandon’s chest with his chops. However, and I feel this is an area that is overlooked with Brandon, he is very resilient and able to weather a storm like that. I truly think that is one of the reason he’s been able to hold onto his title. Well, that and Jeff O’Dell. Maybe that alliance is on its way out. Brandon was able to wear down Sarge and take the win in this one. Although, I’m sure that we all agree that…BRANDON TAPPED!!! Jeff O’Dell saved his boy once again. After the match, Brandon was face to face with Hollis and Austin Lane as Osby Tomlin made his way out. Osby announced that, following the number one contender match earlier, Brandon would be facing Hollis Giroux at the Super Show. As well as Austin Lane!!! We got the triple threat. But then, the last big announcement of the night. Osby inserted a fourth into the equation, that being none other than….COLT CABANA!! COLT CA-BA-NA! COLT CA-BA-NA! The crowd erupted. In the meantime, Brandon was knocked on his back by Austin and Hollis, as those two celebrated before leaving. What a night!!!
LEVA BATES “Blue Pants”
Brandon “Espy” Espinosa
MWR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
THE L.A Hustlers & JD WILKS
ROSCOE EAT LISA & “Sexy” Sarge Oriley
CCW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
“Farmer” Billy Hills & Dell Tucker
BLASTER & LUCHA UNDERGROUND STAR
LUCHA UNDERGROUND STAR
The Main Event
CCW HEAVYWEIGHT Championship
Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana
SO there ya go!! Check out the video for more details and fun with us, and while you’re at it, hit up the links below to visit our friends!! And as always, y’all stay cool!
Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 28, 2017
We are so excited to have the chance to honor one of our 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year’s Davey Vega on April 22nd at Cape Championship Wrestling in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. CCW is one of the hottest new wrestling companies in the Midwest, delivering exciting action with local superstars and the hottest talents in the sport today including Matt Hardy, Kyle O’Reilly and Ricochet. So it is only fitting that one of the best young talents in the country, Davey Vega is recognized at their event named “Supershow” that promises to be one of the best cards in the Southeast Missouri Area in this era.
Davey Vega is set to face off with none other than Joey Ryan in one on one competition, so if you are a fan of Vega’s we encourage you to make the trip to witness this epic match or if you wanted to see what all the hypeis, then this is the perfect occasion to do so.
We would like to thank CCW owner Ken Murphy, Jason Wells and the CCW family to have MWR in the house to present the award and we hope to see you there.
Check out CCW’S website here http://www.capewrestling.com/
Look for a poster and full card in the future here at MWR.
The award is sponsored by our good friend Mike Wilson and his website Shooter Spotlight that features bios of wrestlers around the country. Click here to like it.
Special thanks to J Ryan Abney for the Davey Vega graphic.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year, Brian Kelley, Cape Championship Wrestling, Davey Vega, J Ryan Abney, Jason Wells, Joey Ryan, Ken Murphy, Kyle O’Reilly, Matt Hardy, Mike Wilson, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MWR, Ricochet, Shooter Spotlight | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 20, 2017
Crown of Glory Championship Match
Jason Kincaid (c) v. Myron Reed
Michael Elgin v. Pentagon Jr.
Curt Stallion v. Sami Callahan
Everett Connors v. David Starr
Jason Cade v. Danny Adams
6-Way Chaos Match: Paco Gonzalez v. Hakim Zane v. Louis Lyndon v. Brandon Espinosa v. Tyler Matrix v. Jonathon Wolf
Fatal 4 Way: Space Monkey v. Jake Something v. Gary Jay v. Ethan Page
(Note: Card subject to change)
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Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 MWR Tag Team of the Year Award, Alton Illinois, Brandon Espinosa, Brian Kelley, Curt Stallion, Danny Adams, Davey Vega, David Starr, Ethan Page, Everett Connors, Gary Jay, Glory Pro, Jason Cade, Jason Kincaid, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MWR, Myron Reed, On the Ropes Network, Paco, Paco Gonzalez, Pentagon Jr., Ring of Honor, ROH, Sami Callahan, Space Monkey | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 30, 2017
MWR fans thank you so much checking out the MWR website and supporting the promotions, wrestlers and this past week the Managers, Referees and Ring Announcers. As you know most of these talented and hard working men and women are my personal friends so I am so glad that you had the decision to choose this fine award.
First off let me apologize for not setting an exact time in my post for the poll to end. I have learned my lesson and it will not happen again.
Brian Kelley -Owner and Editor of Missouri Wrestling Revival
I would like to congratulate first off Sarah Rose. In less than a year she has become a crowd favorite among the wrestling fans. MWR fans cheered her as she ring announced the last St. Louis Anarchy event as the era came to a close with Davey Vega defeating Mat Fitchett, and you can still catch her at the exciting Pro Wrestling Championship Series (PWCS). The best is yet to come for this charismatic ring announcer.
We would like to congratulate Sarah Rose as the 2016 MWR Ring Announcer of the Year.
Sarah Rose 24.89%
Don Diablo 24.66%
Ben Simon 19.51%
Lucy Mendez is a former 2-time MWR Female Wrestler of the Year that is a double threat as a manager for the likes of Ace Steel and Elvis Aliaga. She is always one step ahead of the ref, while causing anger from the fans. Still, she has earned the respect of the fans enough to be voted as the 2016 MWR Manager of the Year.
We would like to congratulate Lucy Mendez as the 2016 MWR Manager of the Year.
Lucy Mendez – 20.75%
WyldeFyre – 17.4%
Travis Cook – 16.14%
“Gentleman” Jason Pemberton has worked all over the Midwest since 2011. With an estimated 1000+ matches refereed, Jason has worked for more than a dozen companies, such as AAW, DREAMWAVE, National Wrasslin’ League, PWCS, and many more in the IL and MO area. Jason has also worked in Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Wisconsin, and is looking to branch out more in the near future.
We would like to congratulate Jason Pemberton as the 2016 Referee of the Year.
Jason Pemberton 35.93%
Jay King 32.04%
Curt Deierling 4.67%
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: "Tennessee Cowboy" James Storm, "The Manager of Champions" Travis Cook, AAW, Ben Simon, Curt Deierling, Davey Vega, Don Diablo, Dreamwave, Jason Pemberton, Lucy Mendez, Managers, Mat Fitchett, National Wrasslin’ League, Pro Wrestling Championship Series, PWCS, Referees, Ring Announcers, Sarah Rose, St. Louis Anarchy, WyldeFyre | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 27, 2017
Way back in the day myself, along with Josh Ray had a chance to work with wrestling promoter TNT Keny G with High Voltage Wrestling in Granite City, Illinois. The promotion was filled with many of the top stars, many that are among the top stars of today. Thanks to my good friend Josh Ray, he shared with us video from one of those shows.
With that said, here is the current Mayor of Lebanon, Missouri , ring announcer and the man that started MWR.
On October 10, 2009, I booked and did video work for a High Voltage Wrestling show in Granite City, IL. As part of the video work, I also commented on the matches/event. This is the complete show, released on Youtube. Check it out!
HVW Heavyweight Championship Match: Kahagas (HVW Heavyweight Champion) vs Eric Allen
Matt Cage w/ Magic Man vs Mississippi Madman
Santana G vs Mia Martinez
Jeremy Wyatt vs Neil Diamond Cutter
HVW Tag Team Championship Tournament Finals: Hooligans vs Submission Squad
Max Archer vs Cabal
Survival of the Fittest Match for the HVW Livewire Championship
Mark Bland vs Donovan Ruddick
Title vs Title Match: Kahagas (HVW Heavyweight Champion) vs Mark Sterling (NWA Central States Champion)
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Brandon Espinosa, Cabal, Davey Vega, Donovan Ruddick, Eric Allen, Evan Gelistico, High Voltage Wrestling, jeremy wyatt, Josh Ray, Kahagas, Lebanon, Magic Man, Mark Bland, mark sterling, Matt Cage, Max Archer, Mia Martinez, Mike Sydal, Mississippi Madman, Missouri, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MWR, Neil Diamond Cutter, NWA, Pierre Abernathy, Ring of Honor, ROH, Santana G, Submission Squad, The Hooligans, TNT Keny G, WWE | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 20, 2017
Bio courtesy of Patrick Brandmeyer
The names of Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett are well-known to Midwest wrestling fans, but the national wrestling scene has only recently begun to discover the talents of these skilled competitors.
Both men started their careers with Dynamo Pro Wrestling before branching out to the Lethal Wrestling Alliance, which would later become St. Louis Anarchy. Vega was first known as a tag team competitor and teamed with Johnny Vinyl to feud with The Ego Express(Steven Kennedy & K.C. Karrington), leading to Kennedy & Karrington becoming the first LWA Tag Team Champions when they defeated Vega and substitute partner Dingo. After that, Vega focused on singles competition…after holding the NWA Missouri Title in Dynamo Pro, he went on to capture the LWA Heavyweight Title from Gary Jay in December of 2009. Vega held the title for most of 2010 before dropping it to Evan Gelistico; this occured shortly before the transition to St. Louis Anarchy and Vega spent most of that promotion’s existence chasing the title.
In that time, Vega competed against some of the best wrestlers in the world and scored victories over many of them. That list included such names as Davey Richards, Kyle O’Reilly, Johnny Gargano, Arik Cannon, A.C.H., Michael Elgin, Roderick Strong, Chris Hero, Jonathan Gresham, D.J. Z, T.J. Perkins, Chip Day, and Martin Stone. In his final opportunity at the gold at St. Louis Anarchy’s last show, Vega finally capitalized by winning a triple threat match with champion Fitchett and Gary Jay for the title! Vega will continue to carry the championship in Pro Wrestling Championship Series as the “Gateway Heritage Title“.
As for Fitchett, his career took a similar path and he squared off with many of the same competitors as his often-time tag partner Vega. In fact, Fitchett and Vega were Tag Team Champions in both the Chicago-based All-American Wrestling and the Kansas City-based Metro Pro Wrestling!
The “Dirty Rook” took his lumps in his early LWA and SLA career, enduring hard-hitting battles with the likes of Arik Cannon, Akira Tozawa, Alex Shelley, and his trainer Dingo. Fitchett was frustrated after several near-misses in title matches against Darin Corbin and Gary Jay, leading to him taking a sabbatical from SLA competition; however, it turned out that he was hiding under the mask of “Dangerous Deveroux” as he competed for SLA and PWCS. Fitchett had an uphill battle against Gary Jay as the champion rode a wave of momentum, holding the title for over two years with title defenses against some of the toughest competition in the country. Winning a thirty-man Anarchy Rumble in late 2015 finally propelled him back into title contention…and in February of 2016, Fitchett finally ended Gary’s monumental title reign to reach the top of the mountain!
Fitchett didn’t shy away from challenges as he defended his title against Evan Gelistico, T.J. Perkins, Jake Dirden, and Paco Gonzalez…but on STL Anarchy’s final night, he lost the title to Vega.
It took several years for both men to gain attention in the national independent wrestling scene, but their exposure in AAW and Beyond Wrestling has turned the heads of many onlookers. Now forming the “Blood Brothers” tag team in the National Wrasslin’ League under the names Davey Gibson and Matthew Grundy, the two look to add more tag team gold to their already impressive resumes! These two men have been considered the Midwest’s best-kept secrets, but that secret is finally getting out!
Look for an exclusive MWR Future Star artwork honoring Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett for their achievement from acclaimed artist Dartallion Allen Jr. in the future.
If you would like to sponsor the MWR Future Star Plaques for Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett then please contact MWR at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is 50.00 each or $100.00 for both (two plaques) and you will receive a past MWR Yearbook, a Tyler Black (Seth Rollins rookie card) and a mention on the MWR Website.
2016 MWR Award
Future Star: Kevin Lee Davidson / Todd Letterman
2015 MWR Award
Future Star: Redwing
2014 MWR Year Awards
Future Star: Daniel Eads
Future Star: Elvis Aliaga
2013 MWR Year Awards
Future Star: Raphael King
Future Star Alexander Rudolph
2012 MWR Year Award
Future Star: ACH
2011 MWR Year Award
Future Star: Brian Breaker
2010 MWR Year Awards
Future Star: Sir Bradley Charles
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 Missouri Wrestling Revival Future Star, A.C.H, AAW, ACH, Akira Tozawa, Alex Shelley, Alexander Rudolph, All American Wrestling, Arik Cannon, Beyond Wrestling, Blood Brothers, Brian Breaker, Chip Day, Chris Hero, D.J. Z, Dangerous Deveroux, Daniel Eads, Darin Corbin, Dartallion Allen JR, Davey Gibson, Davey Richards, Davey Vega, Dingo, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Elvis Aliaga, Evan Gelistico, Gary Jay, Gateway Heritage Title, jeremy wyatt, Johnny Gargano, Johnny Vinyl, Jonathan Gresham, K.C. Karrington, KLD, Kyle O'Reilly, Lethal Wrestling Alliance, Martin Stone, Mat Fitchett, Matt King, Matthew Grundy, Metro pro Wrestling, Michael Elgin, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MPW, MWR, National Wrasslin’ League, NWA Missouri Title, NWL, NWL KC, NWL STL, Paco Gonzalez, Pierre Abernathy, Pro Wrestling Championship Series, PWCS, Raphael King, Redwing, Ring of Honor, Roderick Strong, ROH, Sir Bradley Charles, St. Louis Anarchy, Steven Kennedy, T.J. Perkins, The Ego Express, TJ Perkins, Todd Letterman | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 18, 2017
Trained by former Ring of Honor World Champion Michael Elgin, Danny Adams and Paco Gonzalez, came together to form the tag team Alpha Class and quietly picked up huge wins in 2016. In January, the duo picked up a big win against former Dynamo Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions Shawn Santel and Mauler McDarby otherwise known as the Professionals. They would challenge the DPW Champions High Level Enterprise, Jon Webb and Jack Gamble coming up just a little short, but that would not deter them in the least.
While making their way to Proving Ground Pro they picked up a huge win by defeating the much larger and powerful team of Blake Belakis and Nate Redwing, while backing that up with a win against Craig Mitchell & Kenny Sutra.
In August at Pro Wrestling Resurgence Alpha Class picked up a an epic win against two of the most successful tag teams in the Midwest in a triple threat match with The Submission Squad(Evan Gelistico & Pierre Abernathy) and 2.0 (A.J. Williams & Da’Marius Jones).
Proving that that win was not a fluke Alpha Class upset the Besties in the World, Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett. Less than a month later they not only defeated The Carnivore Club (Blake Belakis & Nate Redwing) to win the Proving Ground Pro Tag Titles, but successfully defeated them in a rematch for the title.
Back in St. Louis for Dynamo Pro Wrestling they would lose a hard fought title match against Straps Down University (Keon Option & Justin D’Air) before returning back to Proving Ground Pro to retain the titles against the Brother Reed & Micky Muscles. In the month of November they would retain their PGP Tag titles against the 3-time MWR Tag Team of the Year recipients Devin and Mason Cutter, the Hooligans.
Danny Adams and Paco Gonzalez proved that with great training, hard work and dedication they have a bright future and start the year off as Proving Ground Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions but now they also lay claim as the 2016 MWR Tag Team of the Year.
Look for an exclusive MWR Tag Team of the Year Alpha Class artwork honoring her for their achievement from acclaimed artist Dartallion Allen Jr. in the future.
If you would like to sponsor the MWR Tag Team of the Year Plaques for Alpha Class then please contact MWR at email@example.com. The cost is $100.00 (two plaques) and you will receive a past MWR Yearbook, a Tyler Black (Seth Rollins rookie card) and a mention on the MWR Website.
2015 MWR Awards
Tag Team: High Level Enterprise (Jon Webb and Jack Gamble)
2014 MWR Year Awards
Tag Team: The Hooligans (Devin and Mason Cutter)
2013 MWR Year Awards
Tag Team: The Hooligans (Devin and Mason Cutter)
2012 MWR Year Awards
Tag Team: The American Bulldogs (Mark McDowell and Jon West)
2011 MWR Year Awards
Tag Team: The Kentucky Buffet (Matt Cage and Alex Castle)
2010 MWR Year Awards
Tag Team: Attitude Inc. (Guy Smith, Spencer Powers and Michael Shard)
Tag Team: The Hooligans (Devin & Mason Cutter)
Tag Team: The Northstar Express (Darin Corbin & Ryan Cruz)
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 Missouri Wrestling Revival Tag Team of the Year, A.J. Williams, Alpha Class, Besties in the World, Blake Belakis, Brother Reed, Craig Mitchell, Da'Marius Jones, Danny Adams, Davey Vega, Devin and Mason Cutter, DPW, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Evan Gelistico, High Level Enterprise, Jack Gamble, Jon Webb, Justin D'Air, Kenny Sutra, Keon Option, Mat Fitchett, Mauler McDarby, Michael Elgin, Micky Muscles, MWR, Nate Redwing, Paco Gonzalez, Pierre Abernathy, PRO WRESTLING RESURGENCE, Professionals, Proving Ground Pro, Ring of Honor, ROH, Shawn Santel, Straps Down University, The Carnivore Club, The Hooligans, The Submission Squad, WWE | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 16, 2017
Mike Outlaw continued his rise to be one of the top young talents in the Midwest in 2016 by seeking out the toughest competition he could find. Starting the year off Outlaw challenged Brandon Espinosa in a hard core match before setting his sights to St. Louis Anarchy. Though Outlaw would struggle in the win department at SLA, he quickly earned the respect and love of their passionate fan base.
He would team up with Justin D’Air in a tag team classic at High Risk Wrestling against the Riegel Twins (Logan & Sterling) for the vacated Tag Team Championship. Due to the loss, the two friends quickly became enemies that were set for a brutal ending later in the year.
Outlaw, a former Dynamo Pro Wrestling Champion would set his sights on regaining the title against his archrival Jake Dirden. During this time he entered the WLW Jr. Championship tournament, losing to Jayden Fenix, who would go on to lose to Jon Webb in the finals.
In June, Outlaw would enter the High Risk Wrestling Mayhem tournament defeating Jake Dirden in the first round. In the triple threat finals, Outlaw won the championship over former PWI Rookie of the Year Ace Hawkins and Kiyoshi Shizuka.
In July, he challenged MWR Missouri Champion Brandon Espinosa at MMWA in a hard fought contest, just coming up short. Two weekends later, Outlaw earned the biggest win of his young career when he pinned Ring of Honor superstar Delirious. In August, Outlaw, would add his second Dynamo Pro Wrestling title to his resume by defeating Jake Dirden. A title he would hold until December when Brandon Aarons. Outlaw would end the year losing a thrilling last man standing match against D’air at High Risk Wrestling.
Outlaw would wrestle throughout the Midwest for Dynamo Pro, Saint Louis Anarchy, PWCS, MMWA, Proving Ground, WIA, New Breed Pro, Metro Pro, High Risk Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Resurgence . He would have killer matches with the likes of Davey Vega, Gary Jay and fellow young star Kevin Lee Davidson. His hard work would pay off as he now heads into 2017 as a full time NWL contracted superstar, now named Dez Wellston.
2015 MWR Awards
Wrestler: Jeremy Wyatt
2014 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Ricky Cruz
2013 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Jake Dirden
2012 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Adam Pearce
2011 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Brandon Espinosa
2010 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Mike Sydal
Wrestler: Mark Sterling
Wrestler: Jeremy Wyatt
Look for an exclusive MWR Mike Outlaw / Dez Wellston exclusive artwork honoring him for his achievement from acclaimed artist Dartallion Allen Jr. in the future.
If you would like to sponsor the MWR Wrestler of the Year Plaque for Outlaw/ Wellston then please contact MWR at firstname.lastname@example.org. The cost is $50.00 and you will receive a past MWR Yearbook, a Tyler Black (Seth Rollins rookie card) and a mention on the MWR Website.
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