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Posts Tagged ‘Davey Vega’

NWL Fans Send Love to Jax Royal

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 4, 2017

By Brian Kelley –Missouri Wrestling Revival Editor and Owner

 

NWL KC has been heating up with action that has left the fans wanting more. Their hard work has paid off as the amount of fans that in the house keep growing, while sponsors are finding out that it is a wise investment to put their name on a product that is filled with hard working men and women that deliver a night of excitement unlike any other in the city.

With a reward, though there is often a risk that comes along with it. For the wrestlers’ young and old that means that anything can happen at any time. Unfortunately forJax and Jet (two of the most popular wrestlers in the Midwest) that risk is  always there as they thrill the fans with their death defying, high flying exciting moves in and out of the ring against the likes of the Howlett’s, the Blood Brothers (or as they are now called the Besties in the World) as well as single matches against the menacing Jack Foster.

In June in an exciting matchup between the Blood Brothers, Jax Royal went down during a high risk move that would take out his knee. Thankfully all reports out of the NWL camp is that the surgery was a success and Jax will be back in 4-6 months.

Though life goes on and the action continues as the NWL looks to go on tour this summer, the fans hearts still have been with Jax and during the NWL KC event at the end of June, the fans gathered to sign a giant get well card for Jax as they entered the Scottish Rite Temple and during intermission.

MWR was on hand to capture the fans sending their love and best wishes for the Jax Royal.

Wrestle Talk Podcast’s very own Rene Martinez is always sending good vibes to the men and women in the Midwest each week with his show.

NWL announcer Ben Simon takes the time to send some best wishes the way to Jax Royal.

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NWL: Explosion, Expansion and Opportunity at the Scottish Right Temple

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 26, 2017

Just like any business in it’s early stages NWL has had it’s share of ups and downs. Highs and lows and memorable and forgettable moments. Saturday night was undoubtedly one of those high/memorable moments. For starters because of the much anticipated confrontation between NWL_STL general manager Matt Jackson and owner and president Major Baisden. Secondly, because unexpected news about the growth and expansion of the NWL to cities outside Kansas City and the recently controversial St.Louis.

For those not familiar with the narrative allow your boy @_The_Knight_Owl to bring you up to speed. Roughly 6 months ago NWL began running shows at the Casa Loma Ballroom in what some would call a seedy part of St.Louis. Initially and especially at the first show the place was pretty well close to full and the excitement leading to the event was about as good and high as you could ask for.Unfortunately, that proved to be NWL_STL‘s short lived high point. Though the wrestling was on par or in some cases better then any other promotion in the area, something seemed to be missing but no one, not even yours truly who covers wrestling in this area could quite put there finger on it.

Folks would speculate that it was location, others would say it was the fact that the shows where on Thursday/Sunday vs the traditional Saturday night as must indie shows tend to run these days. Some would even say that the STL fans would never support something that originated in Kansas City. Those are just a few of the speculations that could be heard weekly on our podcast or just hanging outside waiting to get into a local wrestling show weather in KC or in STL. Well, about two weeks ago the speculation came to an end. Major Baisden held a press conference via Facebook live just days after making the surprise announcement again via FB (to the ir of many) that HE would never run a show in NWL_STL again! I’ll admit this was shocking but not surprising to those of us who have been following along closely.

In that press conference he confirmed most if not all the speculation and he even pulled back the curtain a bit by admitting that they were behind the 8-ball from the very start due to lack of an ideal venue and also due to what he referred to as a “toxic business environment in St.Louis” also adding that this wasn’t the first time that one of his business had failed/struggled in STL. During the press conference he was open, honest and answered all questions as you would expect a business owner that is as out in front as Major is. One notable viewer that day was the aforementioned GM of NWL_STL Matt Jackson, who seemed to be angry and disappointed at the fact that his guys found out about NWL_STL closing just like the fans via a FB post early Friday morning just over two weeks before. Jackson commented sporadically bringing Baisden’s commitment in making the STL branch of NWL work into question and highlighting the disrespectful way the announcement was made to a group of guys who make a living working for him in STL. Mentioning several times the lack of resources and overall support from the NWL front office who he said “spent twice as much time in Kansas City then St.Louis.”

 

So now the ground work had been set for this confrontation between Jackson and Baisden at the Scottish Rite Temple in Kansas City, MO this past Saturday night. As the show kicked off you knew two things for sure. One, you were gonna see incredible wrestling (Dak Draper, Thor Theriot, Lakota Red Cloud, Marty Belle, Blaine Meeks, Jet Royal, Ken Dharma, Hans Ruger, Belvedere, Niles Plonk, Amber Lynn and more were in action) and the confrontation between Jackson and Baisden was gonna be explosive.

NWL KC has flourish with men like Dak Draper leading the way. Though he is not liked very much one can not discredit his winning ways night after night. Photo credit ; René “The Knight Owl” Martinez

Redwing lost a huge match that will now have him be a butler to Niles Plonke for a whole month. Photo credit ; René “The Knight Owl” Martinez

What we didn’t know was the news Major would break to the fans just moments before the confrontation happened.

Photo credit ; René “The Knight Owl” Martinez

Despite the dark clouds looming after the fall of NWL_STL, the breaking news cleared those dark clouds away at least for a moment as Major Baisden announced an unprecedented expansion. The NWL will be running shows outside it’s home cities of Kansas City and St.Louis for the first time ever starting in August! Those city’s include Omaha,NE, Springfield,MO, Topeka,KS and many more (full list pictured above). This news made the crowded erupt as the faithful in Kansas City realized these are all within driving distance to them and they likely have friends and relatives in those areas. As if that weren’t enough the roof almost come off the place when Major announced that #FightClub members would be able to attend these shows at no additional cost! This might have been the biggest pop of the night. Which was followed by about 2mins of “THANK YOU MAJOR” chants. Even from an outsiders perspective there is no doubt that outside the WWE Network itself, the NWL #FightClub pass is the best deal in all professional wrestling today. Visit FightKC.com for more info on that.

Photo credit ; René “The Knight Owl” Martinez

Finally we come to the much anticipated confrontation between the GM of STL and the owner of the company. As one would expect right at the peek of the fan fair about the expansion, Matt Jackson’s music hits and he walks out looking quite casual I might add accompanied buy a few NWL_STL regulars, the Blood Brothers and Dez Wellston only something was different about all of them. They’re demeanor had changed but most noticeably they’re appearance. Those who have followed wrestling in the Midwest before the rise of NWL would know them as Fitchette & Vega aka “The Beasties” and Mike Outlaw. They all seemed a little on edge and ready for a fight including Jackson. But surprisingly unlike most wrestling meetings/conferences this one did not end in fights flying and equipment being damaged. No, this meeting, after about 10mins of verbal daggers being thrown in both directions to an eventual draw, ended in a high stakes agreement between Jackson and Baisden. Instead of buying out Jackson’s contract of close to $50,000, Major turned a potential lability into yet another investment opportunity.

This is the opportunity that was given to Jackson to accept or decline: 6 shows, 6 shows under the direct direction of Jackson and his STL crew. He would be allowed to do it his way with no handcuffs or pretentious prepackaged gimmicks. New venue, new voice and a new vision of what NWL_STL should be in a blue collar, support your own kind-of town. Otherwise Jackson and NWL_STL are out of business, this time, for good! Now only time will tell what the future holds. Though the stakes are high and his a** is firmly on the line yet I get a feeling that that’s just the way Matt Jackson likes it because if these next 6 shows are his last with NWL, he can do it his way, the St.Louis way, with great wrestling, rowdy fans and a whole lot of F’n Anarchy! (Anarchy Rises will take place at the Matteson Square Garden in St.Peters, MO on July 15th)

 

NWL STL Champion Maverick and Mike Outlaw (Formally Dez Wellston) went to war at NWL KC this past weekend. The champion Maverick is set to face fan favorite Gary Jay when Matt Jackson’s looks to show what STL can deliver it Anarchy style. – Photo Credit Brian Kelley

Written by:
René “The Knight Owl” Martinez
of the Wrestle Talk Podcast which can be heard Wednesday nights at 7pm CT by visiting http://www.WrestleTalkPodcast.com

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PWCS Wrestling: Stage Three 2017 August 27 Alton, Illinois Davey Vega vs. Gary Jay

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 25, 2017

The 2017 season has been the most unpredictable, action packed one yet! Stage 3 is set to be no different as each athlete fights it out for their team’s shot at the 2017 Championship.

Jovi, Vega, and Danny have the Ego Busters coasting on an undefeated streak, but Gary Jay and the Submission Squad look to derail their record breaking start. It’s Gary Jay vs Davey Vega for the Gateway Heritage Championship as they make history once again in Alton, IL. You don’t want to miss this one.

Also, an injured Makaze leads The Blacklist on a collision course with Mat Fitchett and The Resurgence as both teams are hell bent on returning to the finals. Fitchett is set to take on Alex Rudolph who is looking to prove he belongs in the Main Event after a close loss to GH Champion Davey Vega.

***GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY***
Front Row: $15
Second Row: $12
General Admission: $10 ($8 Kids)

All Remaining Tickets Purchased Day of Event Will Be $15 ($10 Kids)
So lock your favorite seat in early! PWCS is bringing the heat for Stage 3 and you don’t want to miss this historic event!

***Gateway Hertiage Championship Main Event***
Gary Jay (Submission Squad)
Vs.
“The Miracle Worker” Davey Vega [c] (Ego Busters)

***Wild Man Vs. Dirty Rook***
“Chainsaw Viking” Alex Rudolph (Blacklist)
Vs.
“The Dirty Rook” Mat FItchett (Resurgence)

“The Millennial” Danny Adams (Ego Busters)
Vs.
Everett Conors (Submission Squad)

Also Signed:
“The Bone Collector” Dominic Garrini
Stephen Wolf
Dingo
Evan Gelistico
Matt Kenway
Jake Parnell
Paco
Angelus Layne
Pat Monix
Eye Candy Elliott
AND MORE!

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DAMN …..Davey Vega Presented with the 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year Plaque at CCW

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 10, 2017

One of the best wrestlers today Jeff Cobb is now one half of the CCW Tag Team Champions. Wrestling legend Ron Simmons approves.

On a night that featured new champions, superstars and even a special appearance from WWE legend Ron Simmons at Cape Championship Wrestling, Missouri Wrestling Revival was honored to present Davey Vega with one of the 2016 MWR Future Star award on such a huge event.

Davey Vega was set to face former TNA star Joey Ryan in a highly entertaining matchup, so it was only fitting to have MWR’S Ben Simon to deliver the plaque to Vega in front of over 600 fans that loved wrestling.

Davey Vega with the 2016 Fans Choice Favorite Ring Announcer Sarah Rose.

Once again the best is yet to come for Davey Vega and we look forward to seeing him reach for the top in the sport.

Davey Vega and MWR Artist Dartallion Allen Jr.

The plaque was sponsored by Mike Wilson’s Shooter Spotlight.

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PWCS Returns to Alton, Illinois on June 10 Arik Cannon, Davey Vega, Alexander Roudolph

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 16, 2017

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Dartallion Allen JR MWR Top Draw: 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year Davey Vega

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.

 

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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

By Jared 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!!

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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”
&
MARNI GRAS
VS
Nikki Lane
&
Sarah Summers

Tatt2
Vs
Brandon “Espy” Espinosa
Vs
D’mone Solavino

MWR CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH

ACE HAWKINS
vs
SYN

THE L.A Hustlers & JD WILKS
Vs
ROSCOE EAT LISA & “Sexy” Sarge Oriley

CCW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

PINNACLE
“Farmer” Billy Hills & Dell Tucker
Vs
BLASTER & LUCHA UNDERGROUND STAR
JEFF COBB

DAVEY VEGA
VS
LUCHA UNDERGROUND STAR
JOEY RYAN

The Main Event
CCW HEAVYWEIGHT Championship

Brandon Barbwire
VS
Hollis Giroux
Vs
Austin Lane
Vs
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!

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Davey Vega to Receive His 2016 MWR Future Star Award at CCW on April 22nd

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.

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On the Ropes Network Sponsor’s the 2016 MWR Tag Team of the Year Award at Glory Pro on May 7th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 20, 2017

The 2016 MWR Tag Team of the Year Alpha Class (Danny Adams and Paco)

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

 

Plus

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)

Alton Knights of Columbus
405 E 4th St, Alton, Illinois 62002

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The 2016 MWR Fans Choice for Manager, Referee and Ring Announcer Is…

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.

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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.

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Lucy Mendez – 20.75%
WyldeFyre – 17.4%
Travis Cook – 16.14%

Photo Credit Raeanne Pemberton

Photo Credit Raeanne Pemberton

“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%

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