Posts Tagged ‘Gary Jay’
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
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 February 10, 2017
Missouri Wrestling Revival is so blessed to have the talents of Dartallion Allen Jr. as a long time contributor of MWR. Wrestling fans have enjoyed his artworks on the site that is called MWR Top Draws featuring the likes of, Kurt Angle, AJ Styles , Samoa Joe as well as local stars like Gary Jay, Brandon Aarons and “Miss Natural” Heather Patera.
Dartallion Allen Jr. is set to honor each of the 2016 MWR Award recipients with their very own MWR Top Draw. The first one finished is none other than the 2016 Female Wrestler of the Year, Monica Passeri . The MWR plaque is sponsored by SICW Promoter Herb Simmons and will feature this very own artwork in the frame, so be sure to look for the presentation of the plaque in the near future at this very site.
If you would like to have some artwork done by the very talented Dartallion Allen Jr. here is how to do so. Tell him MWR set you.
Instagram and Twitter: Dartallion21x
9×12 Bristol board sketch : $25/ with grey tones $35
11×14 Bristol board sketch $35
/ with grey tones $45
11×17 Bristol board sketch $45/ grey tones free
Digital color prints 8×10,11×14,11×17
$10, $15, $20
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 Female Wrestler of the Year, AJ Styles, “Miss Natural” Heather Patera, Brandon Aarons, Dartallion Allen JR, Gary Jay, Herb Simmons, Kurt Angle, Miss Natural, Missouri Wrestling Revival i, Monica Passeri, MWR Top Draws, Samoa Joe, SICW, TNA, 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.
Davey Vega explodes with a clothesline on ROH Star Jonathan Gresham.
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!
TJ Perkins found WWE gold in 2016, but before that he and Fitchett put on a wrestling clinic at St. Louis Anarchy.
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 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 email@example.com. 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.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 MWR Wrestler of the Year, Ace Hawkins, Brandon Aarons, Brandon Espinosa, Dartallion Allen JR, Davey Vega, Delirious, Dez Wellston, Dynamo Pro, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, Eric Allen, Gary Jay, High Risk Wrestling, Jake Dirden, Jayden Fenix, jeremy wyatt, Jon Webb, Justin D'Air, Kevin Lee Davidson, Kiyoshi Shizuka, Logan & Sterling, mark sterling, Metro Pro, Metro pro Wrestling, Mike Outlaw, Mike Sydal, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MMWA, MMWA-SICW, MWR, MWR Missouri Champion, MWR Yearbook, New Breed Pro, NWL, PRO WRESTLING RESURGENCE, Proving Ground, PWCS, pwi rookie of the year, Ricky Cruz, Riegel Twins, Ring of Honor, ROH, Saint Louis Anarchy, Seth Rollins, St. Louis Anarchy, Tyler Black, WIA, WLW, World League Wrestling | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 31, 2016
JOIN THE MOVEMENT
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Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 21, 2016
Kansas City, Mo. December 21, 2016
Startup pro wrestling company NWL, LLC recently launched “Wrasslin’ With Character,” a multi-platform marketing campaign introducing some of the larger-than-life personalities who will be appearing at the League’s inaugural NWL KC and NWL STL events in January.
Seven NWL stars, including “The Mile High Magnum” Dak Draper, 6-foot-6-inch survivalist Jack Foster, former NFL lockdown corner Ray Briggs, and wine connoisseur Niles Plonk, are featured in a series of indoor ads at bars and restaurants throughout both cities as well as at the Scottrade Center for all St. Louis Blues home games this season.
The Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts of NWL Corp, NWL KC and NWL STL are adding videos and photos daily that provide more in-depth looks at each grappler featured in the campaign.
The colorful character posters are complemented by humorous radio spots appearing in steady rotation on Kansas City stations 610 Sports, 810 WHB, Talk 980, 96.5 the Buzz, 98.9 the Rock and 101 the Fox, all designed to drive ticket sales to the NWL KC’s first show ever on Jan. 7 at the Scottish Rite Temple at 1330 Linwood Blvd.
NWL STL’s version of the “Wrasslin’ with Character” spots are now airing in St. Louis on 105.7 the Point, KSHE 95, and 92.3 WIL. NWL STL has also reached a deal with FM NewsTalk 97.1’s popular hosts Dave Glover and Tony Colombo to promote and recap the group’s wrestling events held every other Thursday night at the Casa Loma Ballroom, beginning with its Jan. 12 debut.
Featuring the “voices” of some of wrestling’s greatest legends, the spots are geared primarily at men 32–52 who used to enjoy pro wrestling in the ’80s and ’90s before the product became stale; however, the NWL’s modern, edgier presentation is also suitable for families.
“The campaign harkens back to the glory years of KC and St. Louis wrestling, when outrageous performers like Dick the Bruiser, King Kong Brody, Dick Murdoch and Bulldog Bob Brown thrilled fans throughout the territory with their unique brand of mayhem and storytelling,” says Major Baisden, League president. “This creative campaign is our way of letting fans know that the wrasslin’ they used to love is back, with exciting new characters that will deliver edgy, storyline-driven entertainment every other week in their town.”
In October, NWL KC announced a partnership with the Scottish Rite Temple, located at Linwood and Paseo in midtown Kansas City to present a full slate of live events every other Saturday night in 2017. Rival promotion NWL STL then revealed plans to run shows at the Casa Loma every other Thursday night in the heart of the Cherokee Street/Antique Row Business District in South St. Louis. Tickets for NWL KC and NWL STL events are now on sale through the TicketFly mobile app at fightkc.ticketfly.com and fightstl.ticketfly.com.
“KC and St. Louis remain the best cities for professional wrestling in the country, and the NWL is proud to make our debut in these two fantastic venues that will provide an intimate, rowdy experience our fans will enjoy,” Baisden says. “Featuring a mix of the best homegrown Midwest talent and some of the hottest free agents in the country who have signed and moved to the area, the League expects NWL KC and NWL STL to thrive and fuel the flame of an already intense rivalry between the two cities.”
Baisden, a KC-based entrepreneur who sold his last startup, Iris Data Services, Inc. for $134 million in spring 2015, also announced that both promotions have finalized deals to complete their entire initial rosters, who will occasionally square off against each other and eventually compete for the League championship—and city bragging rights—at the company’s end-of-season spectacular in December.
Recent notable NWL KC signings include “The Monarch” Jeremy Wyatt, Thor Theriot, the Swoll Patrol, and Lakota Red Cloud. In addition to the high-profile NWL STL signings announced last week for Dez Wellston and Maverick, the promotion has also inked deals with local sensations Gary Jay, who will compete as Jay Lutz, and Davey Gibson and Matthew Grundy , formerly known as Davey Vega and Mat Fitchett, who will appear in tag-team competition as “The Blood Brothers.” Other recent NWL STL signees include “SuperSoul” Coco Rumble, Cornell Douglas and Emmett DuBois, “The Billion-Dollar Brother.“
To all local firefighters who risk their lives to serve our great community, NWL STL would love to show our gratitude for a job well done. We’re offering 2 free tickets for firefighters to our inaugural show Jan. 12 at the Casa Loma. Simply shoot us a message, and we’ll hook you up. Happy holidays!
Contact NWL STL on Facebook Here.
The National Wrasslin’ League (NWL) is reviving the historical roots of the business. Fueled by intercity rivalries, the NWL prides itself on family-friendly, storyline-driven programming that delivers thrilling athletic action and entertaining characters.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Bulldog Bob Brown, Coco Rumble, Cornell Douglas, Dak Draper, Davey Gibson, Davey Vega, Dez Wellston, Dick Murdoch, Dick the Bruiser, Gary Jay, jeremy wyatt, King Kong Brody, KSHE 95, Major Baisden, Mat Fitchett, Matthew Grundy, Niles Plonk, NWL, NWL STL, Ray Briggs, Scottish Rite Temple, Swoll Patrol, Thor Theriot | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 8, 2016
Results courtesy of Ben Simon
Sean Orleans announced that Pro Wrestling Resurgence will return on January 14th. They will begin their tournament to crown the first ever Resurgence Champion! Keep an eye out for details TBA soon!
Paco Gonzalez d. Kevin Lee Davidson with a crucifix (7:47).
-Brandon Aarons d. Seabass after a superkick (9:17).
-Gary Jay d. Jason Roberts with a roaring elbow (7:48).
-“Risky Business” Everett Connors d. Mike Outlaw by countout (10:46).
-Brandon Espinosa d. Donovan Danhausen via cross-armbreaker (9:52).
-The Submission Squad(Evan Gelistico & Pierre Abernathy) d. Austin Blackburn & Matt Kenway; Pierre pinned Kenway by blocking a re-entry sunset flip while holding onto Gelistico for illegal leverage (10:53).
-“The Millenial” Danny Adams d. Barackus in a street fight; Adams won with a guillotine lock as both men were tied up in the ropes (14:28).
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Austin Blackburn, Barackus, Brandon Aarons, Brandon Espinosa, Danny Adams, Donovan Danhausen, Evan Gelistico, Everett Connors, Gary Jay, Jason Roberts, Kevin Lee Davidson, Matt Kenway, Mike Outlaw, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MWR, Paco Gonzalez, Pierre Abernathy, Pro Wrestling Resurgance, PRO WRESTLING RESURGENCE, Ring of Honor, ROH, Seabass, Sean Orleans, The Submission Squad, WWE | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 2, 2016
By Patrick Brandmeyer
Photos by Brian Kelley
Free NWL #FightSTL shirts, stickers, and more for the first fans through the door at St. Louis Anarchy’s awesome show.
-The show started with promoter Pierre Abernathy addressing the fans and acknowledging the fact that it was the final show for St. Louis Anarchy. He brought out National Wrestling League promoter Major Baisden; he got a mixed reaction, but he spoke to the fans about his vision for the NWL and seemed to have them on board.
–The Hooligans(Devin & Mason Cutter)(w/ Uncle Leo) d. The Viking War Party(“American Viking” Alexandre Rudolph & “Littlest Viking” Jake Parnell); the match broke down into a bar fight with the four sitting in chairs and punching each other. It finally came down to Devin simply pummeling Parnell to the mat and pinning him (15:53).
–“Dad Bod” Sean Orleans won a four-corner match with Cody Krash, Ken Lee, & Chris Crunk when he pinned Crunk after hitting a double Stone Cold Stunner on Crunk & Lee (6:03).
-Donovan Danhausen d. Slade Sludge with a sitout powerbomb (6:24).
–“Absolute” Ricky Starks d. Kiyoshi Shizuka(w/ Greg Jovi) after the Angel’s Wings(sitout Pedigree) (8:43). Before the match, Starks declared that Vince McMahon did not own him and he tore up the contract in his hand, saying that he would be a member of St. Louis Anarchy for life. (Err…)
–Kevin Lee Davidson d. Mike Outlaw after a Regal Roll off the second rope followed by the spinebuster (10:01).
-Cause members Evan Gelistico & Danny Adams brought out Everett Connors, who seemed to have amicably split from the group…however, tempers flared and Connors chased them from the ring.
-“The Savior Of Pro Wrestling” Jimmy Rave d. Everett Connors after the Ghanarhea(snap cradle Olympic Slam) (15:46).
–Angelus Layne & Austin Blackburn d. Evan Gelistico & Danny Adams when Blackburn pinned Gelistico with a Code Red (13:10). The building had a power outage during the match and the fans lit the ring with their cellphones so the match could continue!
–Aaron Solow won a triple threat match with Paco Gonzalez and Jason Roberts when he pinned Roberts after a cradle DDT (9:53); the power remained out for the duration of this match, but was finally restored before the next bout.
-Roscoe East Lisa(“Zesty” Zakk Sawyers & “The Big Mustache On Campus” Mikey McFinnegan) d. Team I.O.U.(“The Down-South Dandy” Nick Iggy & “The Music City Mutt” Kerry Awful) to retain the Tag Team Titles; Sawyers pinned Awful after he and McFinnegan delivered a spiked Air Raid Crash (16:38).
-“Gorgeous” Jordan Lacey d. “The Incredible Primal Prodigy” Matt Kenway (Look At Him) after the Jenna Jameson(swinging uranagi) (2:02). Gelistico & Adams attacked Lacey after the match, but the returning Adam Caster and Frankie Big Balls made the save! Caster addressed the fact that he had bought into Gelistico’s “bull$#!+”, but he had to retire from wrestling due to concussions and had cleared his head.
He introduced Frankie Big Balls as well as several personalities from SLA’s predecessor, the Lethal Wrestling Alliance: Jordan Taylor(former LWA President), Tim Pickerill(who did a lot of behind-the-scenes work for the LWA), and Mad Dog Daffronian(LWA ring announcer).
-“The Ace Of Anarchy” Davey Vega won a triple threat match with Gary Jay(w/ Dorian Victor & Mrs. Victor) and Mat Fitchett(C) to win the Heavyweight Title. Vega delivered his brainbuster onto the knee on Gary Jay, then hit the move on Fitchett as well and pinned the champion for the win (17:02)! Vega barely had time to celebrate his win as several competitors from the Kansas City side of the NWL attacked all three competitors; I saw Logan & Sterling Riegel), Jake & Ryan King, Kiyoshi Shizuka, and even Michael Strider!
The locker room emptied to run them off, ending with K.L.D. Awesome-Bombing one of the Riegels over the top rope onto the other K.C. interlopers! Major Baisden and Lucy Mendez stood with the St. Louis crew in the ring as Baisden admonished the Kansas City crew for interfering with the show.
The three competitors and Pierre Abernathy said their final words before the show officially wrapped up, closing the book on an era in St. Louis wrestling.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Aaron Solow, Adam Caster, Adam Raw, Alexander Rudolph, Angelus Layne, Austin Blackburn, Brian Kelley, Chris Crunk, Cody Krash, Danny Adams, Davey Vega, Devin Cutter, Donovan Danhausen, Evan Gelistico, Everett Connors, Frankie Big Balls, Gary Jay, Greg Jovi, Honky Tonk Man, Jake and Ryan King, Jake Parnell, Jason Roberts, Jimmy Rave, Jordan Lacey, Jordan Taylor, Ken Lee, Kerry Awful, Kevin Lee Davidson, Kiyoshi Shizuka, Lethal Wrestling Aliance, Logan Riegel, Lucy Mendez, LWA, Mad Dog Daffronian, Major Baisden, Mason Cutter, Mat Fitchett, Matt Kenway, Metro Pro, michael strider, Mike Outlaw, Mikey McFinnegan, Missouri Wrestling Revival, MPW, MWR, National Wrestling League, Nick Iggy, NWA KC, NWA STL, NWL, Paco Gonzalez, Patrick Brandmeyer, Pierre Abernathy, Ricky Starks, Riegal Twins, Ring of Honor, ROH, Roscoe Eat Lisa, Sean Orleans, Slade Sludge, St. Louis Anarchy, Sterling Riegel, The Hooligans, Tim Pickerill, TNA, Uncle Leo, Viking War Party, WWE, Zakk Sawyers | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 21, 2016
From the office’s of PWCS
As we teased last night, the league has decided that in 2017 it is time to introduce a bench mark of singles excellence. This singles champion will serve as a MVP of sorts. It’s holder will be recognized as the best singles wrestler in PWCS. He will be the most valuable wrestler in the league, and assuredly receive secure contracts and bonuses from his team.
The championship will honor not only the past St. Louis Anarchy champions, but all the great champions of the St. Louis area indies of the past. The areas rich history will be honored by the Gateway Heritage Champion.
After his efforts to defeat Gary Jay and Mat Fitchett we recognize Davey Vega as the first Gateway Heritage Champion. We are honored to carry on this rich history.
PWCS Mega Ticket 2016
The 2015 Mega-Ticket combined two companies together for a huge celebration of independent wrestling. 2016, PWCS keeps the celebration alive by combining its two biggest and wildest events into one night of action!
The 2016 Mega-Ticket event will see 6 “Wild Card Stage” matches. These six matches will determine which two teams will top the standings at the end of the night. Instead of waiting until January for those two teams to square off though, they will immediately determine the 2016 PWCS Champion that night in the Main Event!
Add in Arik Cannon, Darin Corbin, and Pierre Abernathy’s last singles match versus Gary Jay and you have a night that can only be called the 2016 PWCS Mega-Ticket!
2016 PWCS Wrestling Championship Match
(First Place Team)
(Second Place Team)
***One Last Time***
Arik Cannon (Blacklist)
Mat Fitchett (Resurgence)
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: A New Heart for Little Jimmie Bass, Absolute Intense Wrestling Double Dare Tag Team, Angelus Layne, Arik Cannon, Danny Adams, Darin Corbin, Gary Jay, Jake Dirden, Mat Fitchett, Mike Outlaw, Paco, Pierre Abernathy, PWCS, WWE | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 13, 2016
Photo Kari Williams
The end of an era will happen this coming Saturday in Alton, Illinois as St. Louis Anarchy will have their last event this coming Friday In Alton, Illinois . The National Wrasslin’ League (NWL, LLC) has acquired them with exciting events scheduled in 2017 (more details here).
If you have not been with MWR for the past 8 plus years you may have not known that the SLA foundation was built through a promotion called the Lethal Wrestling Alliance.The LWA featured a group of men and women that had the passion and work ethic to provide the fans with an exciting and fresh style of wrestling. This grass roots promotion offered an opportunity for many of the rising stars in the area to excell against several stars around the country, several of them that would go onto star in the main event of Wrestlemania.
Throughout the years the LWA would feature hardcore matches, comedy, wrestling classics and memories that shaped the sport in St. Louis for this generation and years to come. The transition from the LWA to the promotion now known as St. Louis Anarchy would find huge success in their home of Alton, Illinois with double shots on Friday and Saturday in front of some of the best fans in the country.
SLA will forever hold a place in my heart due to the wonderful fans that came to the events for all those years in an unforgettable atmosphere. The above photo is one of my personal favorites, an early LWA event in House Springs as we tailgated prior to a show where we enjoyed delicious food, beer and great friends. I have always loved to see the Lacey and Jackson family as well and supporting the hard working men and women that gave their blood sweat and tears for the fans and the sport that we love.
I would like to encourage all of my friends that we have met in the past to make their way to Alton, Illinois this Friday for one last memory of St. Louis Anarchy and if you have never experienced SLA then please come out to be a part of history as I expect this to be a night to never forget.
Congrats from MWR to everyone at SLA for their success as they look to make the NWL a huge success in 2017.
MWR Owner and Editor
For a great one on one interview with Pierre Abernathy about the LWA that was done in July of 2015 click here
Don’t miss live NWL STL wrestling events every other Thursday at the Casa Loma Ballroom, located at 3354 Iowa Ave in St. Louis, beginning with our first show on January 12.
Sign up to receive ticket info as it becomes available at fightstl.com.
Saint Louis Anarchy presents : Straight Outta Anarchy (Our final event)
Friday Nov. 18th live from the Spaulding Hall Club
Doors Open at 6:30pm , Show Starts at 7pm
Tickets on sale at link below or http://www.stlanarchy.com
Front Row: $15, Second Row $12, Gen Admission $10
All tickets $15 at door
Full Bar, $1 BEER and Jello Shots and Food.
Saint Louis Anarchy Championship Triple Threat: Gary Jay vs Davey Vega vs. Mat Fitchett
Jimmy Rave vs. Mr. Connors
Saint Louis Anarchy Tag Championship Match: Roscoe Eat Lisa vs. Team IOU
Rivals Collide : The Hooligans vs. Viking War Party
Andy Dalton returns from successful tour of Pro Wrestling NOAH
More matches coming Monday.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Andy Dalton, Davey Vega, Everett Connors, Gary Jay, Jimmy Rave, Lethal Wrestling Alliance, LWA, Mat Fitchett, National Wrasslin’ League, NWL, NWL STL, Pierre Abernathy, Ring of Honor, ROH, Roscoe Eat Lisa, SLA, Team IOU, The Hooligans, Viking War Party | Leave a Comment »