Missouri Wrestling Revival

Giving Back to Midwest Pro Wrestling!

  • Subscribe

  • 2015 MWR Yearbook on Sale

  • 2014 MWR Yearbook on Sale

  • 2013 MWR Yearbook on Sale

  • 2012 MWR Yearbook on Sale

  • 2011 MWR Yearbook on Sale

  • Pro Wrestling Tees

  • My 1-2-3 Cents

  • CAC

  • Rob Schamberger com

  • Shooter Spotlight

  • Sigs From the Bigs

  • Rings and Cages

  • NWA Alliance

  • Windy Wine Company

  • Wrestle Talk Podcast

  • Cold Meal Productions

  • Galaxy Wrestling All Stars Comics

  • Piekutowski Sausage

  • Pubcrawl Podcast

    Pubcrawl Podcast

Posts Tagged ‘David Clark’

3XW – Over The Top Results 5/7/10

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 12, 2010

Des Moines Social Club
1408 Locust St
Des Moines, IA

Thanks to the awesome crowd that packed the Des Moines Social Club for this excellent show!

1. 3XW Pure Wrestling champion “The Viking Warrior” Kraig Keesaman successfully defended the title over “The Right Price” Aaron Masterson after drilling him with the Nordic Spike in 8:48. Keesaman has now not been pinned or submitted in 23 months of competition.

Following the match, Hunter Matthews came out and addressed the crowd and Masterson, talking about losing to Masterson at Spring Showdown and talked about how ashamed his mother his of his actions is of late. He then proceeded to vicious assault Masterson with a brutal Piledriver. Due to the injuries Masterson sustained from the beatings at the hands of Matthews and Keesaman, he was unable to compete in the Gauntlet for the Gold later in the evening.

2. Malia Hosaka defeated Claudia Del Solis after an impressive facebuster in 11:36. Solis, an impressive newcomer to 3XW that won over the crowd, was accompanied at ringside by members of the Mid Iowa Rollers roller derby team, who have bouts on May 15th and May 22nd at Hy-Vee Hall. Visit http://www.midiowarollers.com for more details.

3. Mark Sterling beat Gage Octane by DQ in a wild match in 14:34 that saw Brian Ash and “Delicious” Devin Carter of the Gentlemen’s Club jump Sterling, only for Sterling to be saved by the Horndogs (Maddog McDowell and Krotch), which allowed Sterling to spear Octane and almost apply the Markshooter to Octane following the match. Luckily for Octane, his teammates outside the ring were able to pull him out of the hold. Sterling challenged all four members of the Gentlemen’s Club to an 8-man tag team match against Sterling, McDowell, Krotch and a partner to be announced at Downtown Destruction on June 4.

4. “The Unbreakable” Zach Thompson defeated his High Flyers’ partner Mike Sydal following a Dublin Driver in a very emotional and hard fought “Loser Leaves 3XWrestling” match set up by 3XW Commissioner Todd Countryman in 14:41. Following the match, both men shook hands and embraced in the ring while “American Pie” by Don McLean played over the speakers and the fans gave Sydal a standing ovation. Sydal walk around ringside after the match and shook hands with many of fans in the crowd.

5. 3XW Heavyweight champion “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt successfully defended his title over 3XW Cruiserweight champion “The Rockstar” Jimmy Rockwell following a Cropduster DDT in a tremendous championship match in 25:34. Rockwell earned many nearfalls over the champ, leaving fans on the edge of their seats. The end of the match saw Wyatt laying on the mat and Rockwell going up to the top rope for his patented Rock On Bomb. 3XW Pure Wrestling champion Kraig Keesaman, who attacked Rockwell last month, stood at the top of the entrance ramp and distracted Rockwell while he was standing on the tunrbuckle. When Rockwell went for the move, Wyatt had recovered enough to roll out of the way before spiking Rockwell with the Cropduster DDT for the win.

6. Fifth Annual 25-Man Gauntlet for the Gold Battle Royal – Entrant No. 13 Rory Fox won the battle royal and a future 3XW Heavyweight championship match in 30:45 after eliminating Maddog McDowell and Brian Ash (entrants No. 1 and 2) last to win the match.

Tyler Cook made his return to 3XW as the final entrant (No. 25) and eliminated heavy-favorite Kraig Keesaman, who was distracted by Jimmy Rockwell on the outside of the ring.

“The Laotian Sensation” Ricky Kwong (No. 10) was accompanied to the ring by his manager “The Laotian Liaison” Chad Mylan. Kwong put in a very impressive performance, eliminating the second-most competitors at three behind Rory Fox’s four. Every time Kwong eliminated an opponent, Mylan gleefully grabbed the microphone and proudly announced that Kwong had eliminated another opponent. Kwong’s run was finally ended when Fox threw him over the top rope, causing Mylan to go irate. The only competitors in the battle longer than Kwong were Maddog McDowell, Brian Ash and Devin Carter (No. 3). Mylan also introduced his new Mylan Management Agency (MMA). More details on the next episode of Outside the Ring.

– Fox also eliminated Gage Octane, who once again reached the final five of the Gauntlet for the Gold. Every year that Octane has competed, he’s reached the final five competitors, but he’s never won.

The Gentlemen’s Club and Sterling/Maddog McDowell/Krotch, opponents next month in the 8-man tag, targeted each other throughout the match. Ash violently eliminated Krotch, punching him in the face when Krotch tried to springboard back into the ring. Sterling eliminated Carter, last year’s winner. Brian Ash eliminated Mark Sterling as Sterling was battling with Octane.

Sexy and Smooth (Ryan Slade and A.J. Smooth) were eliminated by Jon West and Sir Bradley Charles. Sexy and Smooth have already challenged West and Charles to a tag team match on June 4 at Downtown Destruction.

– Former ring announcer KL Snow – the only ring announcer to ever lose a “Loser Leaves Town” stipulation – attempted to sneak his way into the battle royal and regain employment in 3XW, only to be quickly pushed aside upon entrance by the debuting Hamlet Azul (a masked European luchador and figure skating enthusiast) and directed backstage by 3XW officials.

– Other masked competitors included the Rebelucha (a confederate luchador), Ski Mask Malloy (martial arts master from the Ozarks), The Yellow Dog (eliminated by Ash after Ash threw Dog’s toy over the top rope and he jump over the rope to fetch it), and Disco Diablo En Fuego (a demonic dancing luchador).

– Besides the ones mentioned above, other returns and debuts included Jaysin Strife, David Clark, and Sparrow.

Upcoming appearances:
3XW will hold wrestling outside all afternoon and into the evening on Saturday, May 15th as part of the Des Moines Social Club’s annual Subjective Circus event. Lots of other entertainment as well, including live music and special events/games for the kids. Come join us to see lots of matches. http://www.desmoinessocialclub.org

3XW stars will also be appearing at the Mid Iowa Rollers bout on May 22nd at Hy-Vee Hall. http://www.midiowarollers.com

3XW presents Downtown Destruction 2 at the Des Moines Social Club on June 4th

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

March 26th IWA Mid-South Photo Recap Sabu vs Prince Ali plus Ryan Phoenix vs Jaysin Strife.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 11, 2010

By Brian “Flair” Kelley

MWR fans a week prior to March 26 the real world was kicking me in the rear hard and I knew that I was going to be covering the High Voltage Wrestling show that Saturday but the weekend could not come soon enough. When my good friend Keny asked for me to ride with him to IWA Mid-south in Bellevue Illinois on that Friday there was no way I was going to be able to get off work on time to get to ST Louis to ride with him, so I asked for a quick day off from the boss to get away so I wouldn’t lose my job. The trip was well worth it.

Six hours on the road there I really had no clue who was on the card other than Kahagas, The Hooligans and Ryan Phoenix who I have been dying to see and ECW original Sabu. When I got their I was pleasantly surprised to see that one of my favorites Jaysin Strife would be in action as well as my friend Donnie Peppercricket.

Not only would I get to see Phoenix for the first time another wrestler who has been on my checklist to see would be in action with Prince Ali taking on Sabu. This would also be my first chance to check out Nick Cage, Sal Thomaselli and Devon Moore. The Midwest sweetheart Santana G took on her rival Jessika Haze while Neil Diamond Cutter and Matt Cage tore each other apart.

I would like to thank Keny for the offer to check out this exciting show and IWA-Mid South for their hospitality.

Sat back and check out the sights of IWA –MS

Andy Roberts gets blasted with a kick. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The 2009 MWR Tag team of the Year was on top of their game.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The end was near for Powers and Roberts.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The Hooligans defeated Andy Roberts & Josh Powers

Sal Thomaselli (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The mischievous alliance Jaysin Strife and Prince Ail (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Thomaselli was more than game for the cocky Strife. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Thomaselli steps on Strife. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Prince Ali changes the tide of the match in Strife’s favor.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Thomaselli retreats as Strife stalks him.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Jaystin Strife defeated Sal Thomaselli

Donnie Peppercricket levels the popular Dan the Man. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The bull David Clark and Peppercricket keep Bucky Collins in the corner. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Clark would show off his power but Dan the Man and Collins would get the victory. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Dan The Man & Bucky Collins defeated David Clark & Donnie Peppercricket

Santana G and Jessika Haze locks up. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Santana G is one step ahead of Haze. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Haze hits a suplex with the hopes of ruining Santana’s IWA Midsouth debut (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Santana G delivers a clothesline. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Santana finishes her off (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Santana G works hard and continues her climb to be one of the best in the country. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Santana G. defeated Jessika Haze

Neil Diamond Cutter saves himself from a chair shot from Matt Cage. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Cutter staples a dollar bill to Matt Cages forehead. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Cage gets pay back. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Cage and Cutter puts their bodies on the line to move up in IWA-Midsouth.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Cage is left beat and battered but five dollars richer. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Even with a bloody win against the tough Cage, Neil can not get the approval of his brothers Devin and Mason. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Neil Diamond Cutter defeated Matt Cage in a staple gun match

Nick Gage (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Nick Gage was balls to the wall on the massive Dixieland Destroyer. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Dixieland Destroyer drills Gage (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Never to be confused with a technical messiah, the Destroyer unleashes the chokehold.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The Dixieland Destroyer has Gage in dire straits.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

The fans were thrilled that Gage withstood the onslaught on the Destroyer to get the win (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Gage takes a chair to the Destroyers leg. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Nick Gage defeated Dixieland Destroyer

In a fans lumberjack match Markus Crane took it to IWA lightweight champion Ryan Phoenix. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Phoenix nails Crane in the head with a kick. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Crane is twisted and lifted. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Crane barley gets his shoulder up. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Markus Crane defeated IWA-MS Light Heavyweight Champ Ryan Phoenix in a lumberjack strap match (non title)

Devon Moore and Kahagas prepare for war. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Kahagas stomps on Devin Moore. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Moore works to get himself back up. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Devon Moore races to capitalize on his move on the Tokyo Monster Kahagas. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley

Devon Moore gets an impressive win on Kahagas. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Devon Moore defeated Kahagas

Prince Ali vs Sabu (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Prince Ali looked to ground Sabu. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

When people think about Sabu they think hardcore and high flying but the man can wrestle. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Big blow by Sabu.(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

WHOA (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Sabu sits on Ali(Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Prince Ali declares he is not afraid of Sabu while attempting to choke him out. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Prince Ali hits Sabu with a chair. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Sabu nails a chair shot to the chest of Prince Ali (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Sabu defeated Prince Ali

Strife and Phoenix take it outside the ring. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Phoenix is laid out as Strife goes high risk. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Hair flying and legs to the face the Champ is back on track. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

Strife always has time to show off for the fans. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

With Phoenix dazed and confused in the corner Strife looked to have the IWA-MS title in his grasp. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

I found out quickly that Phoenix has speed and surprising power to go along with a no quit attitude. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

In a classic Match up Phoenix would get the win with killer moves like the one Strife was about to feel. (Photo credit Brian Flair Kelley)

IWA-MS Light Heavyweight Champ Ryan Phoenix defeated Jaysin Strife

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

PWP’s 2010 Year of the Phoenix V Photo Recap by Gary Giaffoglione – Jayden Draigo returns

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 23, 2010

Photos by Gary Giaffoglione

The show started with a shocking return, as Jayden Draigo made his way to the ring. Draigo was a staple of the Omaha area wrestling scene for many years, but left PWP on very bad terms back in early 2006, so to see him again in the PWP ring came as quite a shock to many. Draigo went on to explain that the 4 men who had been collectively known as The Murder Militia had been on top of the company for a long run, but lacked the vision and guidance to bust through to the next level – which he was there to offer. He promised the PWP faithful that change was on its way.

*** Matty Star defeated Stephen Saint. After the match, The Murder Militia’s “Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt returned to PWP, and laid out both men. Wyatt went on to state that he was back, and coming for “his” PWP Heavyweight Title.

Jeremy “The Rebel” Wyatt and Saint double team Starr.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

You can not trust the Rebel as Saint soon found out.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

This brought out Jaysin Strife, the man who took the title from Wyatt – Strife and Wyatt then debated over their past accomplishments, which finally brought out “The Anarchist” Arik Cannon. Cannon said they all had done a lot to be proud of, but instead of talking about it – why not lace up their boots, and see who was the best in a 3-Way Dance later in the evening.

James feels the splash of the DOG.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Ryan Slade chokes Maddog while the ref is distracted. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

After a little help with his friend Slade, James puts the boot to Maddog.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

*** “The Passion” Zac James defeated Mad Dog McDowell, due to interference from his partner, Ryan Slade.

Abu slams the young star David Clark to the mat. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Abu continues the schooling on young David Clark. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

*** Abu Colossus defeated David Clark. Clark’s stock continued to rise, even in defeat, proving that this rookie is not to be taken lightly. However, Abu showed everybody once again that he is undoubtedly one of the strongest forces in PWP.

The Canadian Sex Icon Ryan Slade is one of the Midwest wrestlers to look out for in 2009. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Corbin works the arm of Slade. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

No that’s not the Undertaker that’s Northstar Express’s Darin Corbin.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Corbin delivers a big blow .(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

*** “The Canadian Sex Icon” Ryan Slade defeated Darin Corbin via DQ, stealing a page out of Eddie Guerrero’s playbook, making it look like Corbin had hit Slade with a flag pole, even though he did not.

Jimmy Rockwell had a great 2009, here he send Cortez for a ride as he tries to take the PWP Title from Cortez.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Rockwell is dead on here as the match was full of big hits.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

A big mistake from the challenger allows Tony Cortez to get back on track.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione

*** PWP Heavyweight Champion, “Babyface” Tony Cortez came out and stated that he would be a fighting champion, but would be choosing his own challenger for the night, he chose “The Rockstar” Jimmy Rockwell. Cortez obviously underestimated Rockwell, as Jimmy nearly had the match and the title won at several points. In the end however, Cortez showed that he truly is one of the very best, picking up the win.

After the match, Jayden Draigo came back out, to confront Tony Cortez. Draigo spoke about the history the two shared, both being pioneers for independent pro wrestling in the area, and even talking about how Draigo was the one to initially train Cortez. Jayden offered Cortez a spot in the Murder Militia, telling him to at least consider it.

Chirs Havius defends the PWP Tag titles against the Murder Militia ALONE!!(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Mark Sterling feels the blast of Chirs Havius’s chop (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Jaysin Strife looks for a tag from Havius. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Jayden Draigo pulls Strife out of the ring and sends him into the guard post.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Joey Daniels has a smile because he knows that when Mark Sterling gets the sharpshooter it is all over!!(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione) 491

*** Up next, The Murder Militia’s Mark Sterling & Joey Daniels were to challenge Chris Havius & Donnie Peppercricket for the PWP Tag Team Titles. An irate Havius came out alone, saying that he just found Donnie bloodied in the back. Sterling & Daniels kept yelling for Havius to simply forfeit the titles – however Havius insisted on fighting, even if it was 2 on 1. Havius held his own, but took a severe beating – until Jaysin Strife ran out, hoped into Chris’ corner, and stepped up as his partner. Strife cleaned house, until he was pulled out of the ring, and sent into the ring post by Jayden Draigo. With Strife out of the picture, Havius was overwhelmed by the odds, and Sterling & Daniels became the new PWP Tag Team Champions. The new champions celebrated with Draigo as they made their way to the back.

#1 Brett Young works the arm of the PWI Rookie of the Year Mike Sydal.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Brett Young leans on Sydal on the way to victory…with a little help from Draigo. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

*** The Murder Militia’s #1 Brett Young defeated Mike Sydal, but not without even further interference from Jayden Draigo – again, Young and Draigo celebrated victory on their way out.

Jayden Draigo leads Jeremy Wyatt to the ring. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Arik Cannon feels the pain from Strife’s right hand.(Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

Jeremy Wyatt wins yet another Main event match. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

*** In the main event, “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt, Jaysin Strife, and “The Anarchist” Arik Cannon squared off in a fast paced, epic encounter. In the end, The Murder Militia’s Mark Sterling and Brett Young pulled Cannon out of the ring and held him as Joey Daniels laid a beating on him – while the referee was trying to get order restored, in the ring, Jayden Draigo hit Strife with a Super Kick, followed by Wyatt hitting The Lightning Spiral. The referee slid back in just in time to count the three, making Wyatt the winner.

After the match, Wyatt and Draigo put the boots to Strife, as Tony Cortez made his way to the ring applauding and smiling. Cortez got in the ring, and raised the arms of Draigo and Wyatt – but then in a shocking moment, Cortez hit a double Flatliner on both men, to a huge ovation from the crowd. Helping Strife up, Cortez and Strife then fought off the other members of the Murder Militia, before Draigo called them all back to regroup. The night ended with Cortez and Strife standing tall.

PWP Champ Tony Cortez and Jaysin Strife united against the Murder Militia. (Photo Credit Gary Giaffoglione)

The Murder Militia appears to be stronger than ever, having reclaimed the PWP Tag Team Titles, and now with the guidance and vision of Jayden Draigo – however, the PWP resistance is far from dead as well. What will happen next? We’ll just have to wait and see!

We now look to Saturday February 13, 2010 – where Pro Wrestling Phoenix will hold it’s 50th EVENT!!

Details coming very soon!

http://www.ProWrestlingPhoenix.com
http://www.MySpace.com/ProWrestlingPhoenix
http://www.Twitter.com/PWPwrestling

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

PWP October 17, 2009 in Council Bluffs, IA Jaysin Strife VS Mark Sterling!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 8, 2009

l_bec13350f46f4acb91e71a7d7f15345f

Pro Wrestling Phoenix returns to action on Saturday Night – October 17th!!!

*** Last month, Jaysin Strife’s long journey to the PWP Heavyweight Championship came to a climax when he defeated Jeremy Wyatt to win the Title – on October 17th, he makes his first title defense, against a man who has proven himself more than worthy, Mark Sterling. With Wyatt losing the title last month, and now banned from PWP for the rest of the year, Sterling will no doubt be looking for victory, not only to become champion, but to reclaim the PWP Title for the Murder Militia!!!

*** Last month, Vic Victory announced that he would soon be stepping away from professional wrestling, but not without having a few final matches against his best friends, on October 17th, he will face Chris Havius. These two men have promised to tear it up and hold nothing back, you don‘t want to miss this one!!!

*** The Murder Militia’s Joey Daniels & #1 Brett Young will defend the PWP Tag Team Titles!!!

*** Donnie Peppercricket faces “Babyface” Tony Cortez!!!

Also in Action: Abu Colossus, Mike Sydal, Stephen Saint, Matty Starr, David Clark, Ryan Slade, “The Passion” Zac James, and more!!!
 

Saturday October 17, 2009

National Guard Armory
2415 E. Kanesville Blvd.
Council Bluffs, IA 51503

Doors: 6:30
Bell Time: 7:00

Front Row: $15
General Admission: $12

http://www.prowrestlingphoenix.com/

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »

 
%d bloggers like this: