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The Uniqueness of Outside Championships- By Christopher M. Zack

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 24, 2009

 

Camera Guy Chris and Daughter

The Uniqueness of Outside Championships

By Christopher M. Zack

This column is the property of Christopher M. Zack and published here as agreed upon by Pro Wrestling Next. No duplication of this column is permitted without the exclusive written consent of the author and/or PWN officials.

General Disclaimer: I can be incredibly long winded. I have a degree in English and love to write, so I tend to write quite a bit. When I’m passionate about something, it comes out even more. I have a lot of passion about the wrestling business, so these columns will definitely be wordy, but it’s all to get discussions going.

That’s right, it’s the return of Angles W/Camera Guy Chris. First things first, personal business. I again would like to apologize for my sporadic posting over the summer months. It’s been hard to sit and focus on (no pun intended) putting together an article between my work schedule and spending time with my daughter during the summer months. Now that school has started again, it’ll be a lot easier to post this for you great fans who visit the boards and read my work.

I also want to announce two things about Angles. Firstly, I will not be posting on a weekly basis. At the moment, I simply don’t have the energy or time to get a new topic together and post every week. It would burn me out very quickly. Angles will be a monthly post at the very least. There may be 2 posts a month depending on time and topics. That leads into my other announcement. My work is going to look more exclusively on Independent wrestling. There are so many great Indy feds and Indy talent out there, that to look at the WWE and TNA would just be foolish on my part. Pro Wrestling NEXT is a great Independent Wrestling Organization showcasing the best young wrestlers out there, and that’s where my attention will be from now on.

I can’t think of a better place to begin this new focus than with some of the events that transpired this past Friday, August 21st, 2009. There are many excellent independent wrestling groups around the world and right here in America. Organizations like Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Full Impact Pro, CHIKARA, and Combat Zone Wrestling come to mind as some of the top Independents that come to mind here in the States. (I left out Ring of Honor, because, honestly, they have a national TV deal and are on PPV, I can’t consider them independent anymore) Friday night’s event at the Bier Stube saw the World Heavyweight Champion of one of these top feds defend his title live for us in the Quad Cities, CZW Champion Drake Younger.

Younger, trained by the likes of Ian Rotten and Chris Hero among others, is a brutal, vicious competitor who has held the Combat Zone World Heavyweight Championship since July 12, 2008, when he defeated Nick Gage for the title. Holding any title for more than a year is a great feat, but it’s definitely a mark of a true champion. Drake is best known for his deathmatch wrestling, a main stable for CZW, but he is also a brilliant technical wrestler and mat technician.

Younger brought this combined style to PWN on the 21st, looking to take down Hunter Matthews. Hunter, former PWN Quad Cities Champion and self-proclaimed “King of Des Moines,” felt he was cheated out of a title and deserved a title match at Bier Stube Bash 2, The Sequel. So, Drake Younger stepped in to give him that opportunity. How often to you get to see a World Title from another organization defended? That is the main point of this article. It’s a treat when another group, especially one as big as CZW allows their title to be defended outside of one of their own shows.

Younger brought is reputation and his World Title to Moline and gave the fans one kick ass ride. I’ve already talked about this match to some extent in my response to the results thread, but I’m going to go a bit more in depth now.

Hunter came out first, and of course took the microphone, much to the dismay of the fans. Matthews has definitely not been a favorite of the QC crowd. He talked about how the Quad Cities Championship had been taken, and his need of holding a title. Younger came out to put a stop to the talking and start the action, bringing and emptying a beer battle as he walked to the ring. He was on Matthews right from the start. Hunter didn’t even have a chance to get out of his jacket before Drake took the fight to him. Eventually, he was able to duck out of the ring and get a moment to pull his jacket off and gear up for the fight, but a moment was all he got.

The CZW Champion quickly followed him out of the ring to continue the beating. Out amongst the fans, we saw many various weapons used and advantages taken by both parties. And under CZW rules, this was all legal. No count outs, no disqualifications. Matthews was hit by a water bottle and a beer can before fighting back and getting Younger prone on top of a hard plastic picnic table. Hunter attempted a piledriver on top of this table but Drake was able to counter. Younger looked like he wanted to slam the “King” down to the cement below, but Matthews was able to block that attempt and the two of them made their way off the table.

The World Champion would empty a garbage can and take that to Hunter Matthews’ skull, leaving an indentation of the King’s “crown” on both sides of the metal can. Younger would then take his empty beer bottle, smash it across the ring post and attempt to lacerate Matthews with it. Hunter was able to dodge that and fought Drake, leading him to the fountain in the Bier Stube’s court yard. He tried to force the Champ’s head under water, and Younger struggled to prevent this, but, Matthews was able to over power him and dunk him for several seconds.

The two men battled back and forth around the outside of the ring until Hunter was able to whip Drake over a couple more plastic picnic tables towards a set of stairs leading up to a balcony overlooking the garden. They fought up to the balcony, both men teetering and trying to push the other over the edge. Thankfully, neither was successful. That would have caused serious injury. After battling back down the stairs they made their way out to the parking lot and onto the metal bed that had carried the ring to the venue. Hunter would get scooped up and slammed on his back on the metal!

At that point, things were pretty well over. Matthews was able to stay on his feet as they fought their way back in the ring. In the ring, Younger hit a sick ass vertibreaker for the win and rolled out of the ring to celebrate with the QC crowd. The fans really seemed to enjoy this. Drake grabbed the microphone, told the fans that he’d heard about Matthews and how he liked to run his mouth a lot. He was glad to have given the fans what they’ve wanted, silence, and he hoped to see them all in the bar to share a beer! At one point, I remember him looking me right in the eye…er…lens…and saying “That’s what you get when you call out Drake Younger” while pointing to Hunter, prone in the ring.

This is the great action you see in Pro Wrestling Next. Not only are we bringing in great new talent, we’re showcasing HUGE matches with World Titles from some of the top feds across the country. This is only the beginning, too. On September 12th, PWN welcomes back Davey Richards, current holder of the Ring of Honor World Tag Team Championship (a title he’s had once before) and current holder of the Full Impact Pro World Heavyweight Championship, a title he Will Defend in Davenport on September 12th at PWN’S Severed Ties!!!! FIP’s World Title is one of the top 3 wrestling championships in the country, and seeing it defended here in the Quad Cities is going to be excellent.

Back to the Bier Stube Bash, now. The CZW World Title match was awesome, but not the biggest moment of the night by far, in my opinion. The biggest moment happened before that match when The Hooligans defeated the Submission Squad to take the Lethal Wrestling Alliance Tag Team Championships. As unique as it is to see titles defended from other organizations, it is extremely rare to see a title change hands outside of the confines of the group the title is from. What makes this title change even more exciting and controversial is the fact that The Hooligans are not a part of LWA.

First, I have some background info. I need to thanks Brian “Flair” Kelley, Pierre Abernathy, and Kari Williams for tracking down or providing this information for me. The Submission Squad (Pierre Abernathy and Evan Gelistico) originally consisted of Pierre Abernathy, Dingo, and Nick Tyson, but the team has also included Evan Gelistico and “Blackheart” Johnny Vinyl. Before joining Abernathy, Gelistico was a member of the Bearded Men from Space Station Eleven (Gary the Barnowl—who was eventually corrupted by the likes of Gelistico, Abernathy, Tiffany LaFane, and Davey VegaBilly McNeal, XXX Jordan Lacey, and Evan Gelistico) for approximately two years. Abernathy and Gelistico won the LWA Tag Titles on April 4th in O’Fallon, Illinois’s Night’s of Columbus building from the Ego Express (“Spoiled” Steven Kennedy & K.C. Karrington). The Ego Express were the first team to hold the LWA Tag Team Titles, beating Dingo and Davey Vega on 12/18/2008 at Yuletide Terror ’08.

During their title reign, the Submission Squad squared off against the Hooligans, the Northstar Express, and the Ego Express. One of their biggest feuds (before claiming the LWA gold) came against the Bearded Men over a span of two years. This feud saw Gelistico turn on the Space Station, claiming to be Gary’s father. Their other noticeable feud happened when original members, Dingo and Nick Tyson began to distance themselves from Abernathy and Gelistico. This culminated in a match between the new and the old Submission Squad on May 30 at the Vetta Sports Complex. Abernathy & Gelistico emerged victorious.

The Hooligans are Devin and Mason Cutter. The Cutters were raised in the outside districts of East St. Louis IL. They come from a working class family. They are just a couple of thugs or hooligans that enjoy a beer as much as they enjoy a good fight. You can catch them at any local pub after a hard days work drinking with there mates and at the end of the night you sure to see them in a fight. They are best known for their work in IWA-Mid South, where they have competed against some of the best IWA-MS has to offer, including (sometimes with Rain as their partner) Ian & Axl Rotten (sometimes with Mickie Knuckles)—better known as Bad Breed—on several occasions in many different types of hard-hitting, violent matches. The Cutters, in my opinion, are very no nonsense. They’re heavy hitters and consider themselves Working Class Heroes, though the fans from Friday didn’t consider them very heroic when they won the LWA Championships.

In Moline on August 21st, the crowd was already fired up, and it only escalated to see the first of two title matches. The QCA fans were definitely against the Hooligans throughout the match, especially after the match. Security had to restrain both the Hooligans and the crowd following their victory for the LWA Titles.

The match itself saw both teams getting in some early offense, until Devin and Mason cut Evan Gelistico off from his partner. The Cutters used classic heel tactics to divide and concur, isolating Gelistico and using moments when the ref’s back was turned to both double team Gelistico and trade places with blind tags.

During the match, Tim Donst and Jasin Strife came out to watch the proceedings. Donst had lost a match to Tony Kozina earlier in the night due to disqualification after Strife came down and joined Tim in assaulting Kozina. The Submission Squad had come to the aide of Kozina, causing Donst and Strife to flee the ring before Abernathy and Gelistico could lay a hand on them. I didn’t see Donst and Strife come out, since my attention was focused on the action in the ring, and rightly so, I am Camera Guy Chris, after all.

Back in the ring, Gelistico manages to catch a break, tagging in his very fresh, very eager partner, Pierre Abernathy, who proceeded to take down both the Cutters as they took turns charging at him. In the corner, Gelistico was down and prone to Donst and Strife, who chose that moment to strike, taking out Evan’s knee and leaving him crying out in pain on the cement below the ring. Then it was only a matter of time before the numbers game caught up with Abernathy. With no partner waiting on the apron, and the vicious Hooligans having 2-1 odds, it didn’t take long for the match to end, crowing Devin and Mason Cutter the NEW LWA Tag Team Champions.

A title change is always a sight to see, since they can be rare, especially in the independent feds. Seeing a title from another company even defended at an outside event is something big. PWN featured two outside title defenses at the Bier Stube Bash 2. What makes this particular match even more unique is seeing the titles change hands at an outside event. And if that were the only major deal about this match, then, while worth mentioning, it might not get all the attention it is getting. What makes this particular outside title defense and changing of the guard so incredibly special is that the new LWA Tag Team Champions are not a part of the Lethal Wrestling Alliance!

This situation has potential to get very bad very quickly. I know I’ll be following the situation as closely as I can and update the fans on how things turn out. I’d also like to welcome any and all LWA fans visiting the PWN boards and reading this article. I invite you to join in the discussion of both the situation with the Tag Team Titles and the uniqueness of seeing outside titles defended.

I would like to once again thank everyone for the information provided for this article. It’s very much appreciated. I’d also like thank Brian “Flair” Kelley, once again, as well as Missouri Wrestling Revival for giving me the opportunity to reach a new audience with my articles. I hope you all enjoy. For those viewing this on MWR, and would like to join the discussion, the main article can be viewed here at the Pro Wrestling Next board.

Christopher M. Zack

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PWE June 20th Recap- Bloody Harker Dirge , Mark Sterling wins US title and Keith Walker vs. Mississippi Madman

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 9, 2009

By Brian Kelley

Pro Wrestling Entertainment returned on June 20th with some of the biggest stars in the Midwest. The PWE Champion “Bloody” Harker Dirge was set to defend his title that he had won from former ECW/WWE Superstar Al Snow against the Red Hot Kahagas.

Kahagas who just the night before was invited to IWA’S Ted Petty Invitational looked to take the title back to Florida. Also on the line was the PWE Tag team Champions Zero Gravity (Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza) putting the belts against Feature Presentation of Eric Ruffington & Blake Steel.

The PWE US title was vacated so we were treated with a three way between some of the youngest stars in the sport with Krotch, Mark Sterling and Hunter Matthews.

If you are a fan of the BIG men, they do not get any bigger than the battle of the Mississippi Madman and Keith Walker. Two of the most powerful men in the Midwest went toe to toe. The match was a dream match that had to be contained by another giant of the Midwest “The Future”
Donovan Ruddick
.

Speaking of a dream match a personally one of mine was at PWE when the 2008 MWR Wrestler of the year Jeremy Wyatt was in action taking on the young and exciting Shane Hollister.

Other of my favorites was in action too. Curly was there, Mike Sydal, Matt Cage, Nick Brubaker and more showcased the Midwest.

With a star studded card from top to bottom the crowd PWE was set though the attendance was small A problem arose and they had to put the ring on the parking lot but that didn’t stop all the wrestlers from going out in the heat and having a great card.

MWR Fans I give you a photo essay of PWE.

Professional Wrestling Entertainment results from Lincoln, IL on 6/20 —

*PWE Tag Champs Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza pinned Eric Ruffington & Blake Steel

PWE Tag team Champions Zero Gravity demonstrates their teamwork early on. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

PWE Tag team Champions Zero Gravity demonstrates their teamwork early on. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Blake Steel and Eric Ruffington repays the favor to Zero Gravity (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Blake Steel and Eric Ruffington repays the favor to Zero Gravity (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

*Mike Sydal pinned Nick Brubaker

 Mike Sydal shows the talented Nick Brubaker that he can hit him from everywhere. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Mike Sydal shows the talented Nick Brubaker that he can hit him from everywhere. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Perfect execution by Mike Sydal.(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Perfect execution by Mike Sydal.(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

*Jeremy Wyatt pinned Shane Hollister

No one gets in the head of the fans like Jeremy Wyatt.(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

No one gets in the head of the fans like Jeremy Wyatt.(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

A powerfull blow by Wyatt sends Hollister reeling. (Photo Cretit Brian "Flair" Kelley)

A powerfull blow by Wyatt sends Hollister reeling. (Photo Cretit Brian "Flair" Kelley)

*PWE Heavyweight Champ Bloody Harker Dirge pinned Kahagas

The Tokyo Monster arrives!  (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The Tokyo Monster arrives! (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The PWE Champion Bloody Harker Dirge is ready at all times. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The PWE Champion Bloody Harker Dirge is ready at all times. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Bloody Harker Dirge works the arm of the International Superstar (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Bloody Harker Dirge works the arm of the International Superstar (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Kahagas strikes from above (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Kahagas strikes from above (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The Champ is in trouble!!!(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The Champ is in trouble!!!(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Bombs away …Dirge retains the title. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Bombs away …Dirge retains the title. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

*Mark Sterling pinned Krotch & Hunter Matthews to win the vacant PWE US Title (triple)

Mark Sterling has his eyes on the PWE us Title( Brian "Flair" Kelley)

Mark Sterling has his eyes on the PWE us Title( Brian "Flair" Kelley)

Krotch Krotch Krotch (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Krotch Krotch Krotch (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Hunter Mathews looks to add the PWE US title to his resume. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Hunter Mathews looks to add the PWE US title to his resume. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Mathews thought he had Krotch where he wanted him till Sterling stopped him. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Mathews thought he had Krotch where he wanted him till Sterling stopped him. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Sterling delivers the pain to Krotch. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Sterling delivers the pain to Krotch. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Krotch goes for a high risk maneuver on Mathews and Sterling. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Krotch goes for a high risk maneuver on Mathews and Sterling. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

*The Future Donovan Ruddick pinned Gavin Alexander

The Future dominates Gavin Alexander. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)
The Future dominates Gavin Alexander. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

*Catalyst Cory Carter & Danny McKay pinned Matt Cage & Curly

Danny McKay and Catalyst Cory Carter . (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Danny McKay and Catalyst Cory Carter . (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Curly and Matt Cage  (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Curly and Matt Cage (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Cory Carter slows down Matt Cage. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Cory Carter slows down Matt Cage. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Cory Carter and Danny McKay works on a perfect double team(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Cory Carter and Danny McKay works on a perfect double team(Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Cage and Curly never seemed to be on the same page. After the match Cage would turn on Curly much to the dismay of the fans. (Photo Credit Brian "Flair" Kelley)

Cage and Curly never seemed to be on the same page. After the match Cage would turn on Curly much to the dismay of the fans. (Photo Credit Brian "Flair" Kelley)

*Mississippi Madman beat Keith Walker by DQ.

One of the most powerful men to ever enter the ring Keith Walker  (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

One of the most powerful men to ever enter the ring Keith Walker (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

No push over himself, the Mississippi Madman is not afraid of Keith Walker. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

No push over himself, the Mississippi Madman is not afraid of Keith Walker. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Walker pulls out all the stops with a a flying shoulder block is . (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Walker pulls out all the stops with a a flying shoulder block is . (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The war raged outside of the ring with the Madman sending Walker into gravel full force  (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

The war raged outside of the ring with the Madman sending Walker into gravel full force (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Walker sizes up the Madman for a punishing blow (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

Walker sizes up the Madman for a punishing blow (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

After Walker speared the female ref, the Future Donovan Ruddick came into to restrain Walker from his destruction. Our hearts to go out to the ref.   (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

After Walker speared the female ref, the Future Donovan Ruddick came into to restrain Walker from his destruction. Our hearts to go out to the ref. (Photo Credit Brian “Flair” Kelley)

PWE Returns and it is Free

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Pro Wrestling Next Recap 5-14-2009 Plus Mark Sterling vs. Tyler Black This Friday in Davenport Iowa

Posted by flairwhoooooo on June 3, 2009

PWN June 5th

By Brian “Flair” Kelley

Wrestling fans I have to apologize to you for the amount of work that I have not had a chance to do with MWR as of late. This recap will not be as thorough as I would like and my pictures are at my home computer and I am out of town for the moment so I can not add them, but with a PPV talent filled matches that PWN will have this Friday I felt the urge to share with you thoughts from the last show and encourage you to make the trip to Davenport.

I was thrilled to get an invite to Pro Wrestling Next located in Davenport, Iowa to check out a phenomenal card on May 15th. Some of the most talented wrestlers in the country work for this upstart promotion. Pro Wrestling Next recently took over Scott County Wrestling in a battle of the two promotions and this was one of their very first cards under the PWN banner.

Thanks to PWN I was able to get some great interviews that I will share with you to go along results from Craig at the PWN message board I am going to give you the recap from an exciting night of wrestling that saw ROH Superstars Tyler Black and Jimmy Jacobs, former WWE Star Zach Gowan. PWN also boast some of the great tag teams with The Phoenix Twins, Zero Gravity, Hybrids and The Northstar Express. Also on the card was top young talent like Juice Robinson, Krotch, Hunter Mathews, Shane Hollister and Arik Cannon. Main event match Danny Daniels and The Mississippi Madman for the PWN title all show that PWN is one of the premier promotions in the Midwest.

Before the show started, Mark Storm announced that Pro Wrestling NEXT was an official affiliate of the National Wrestling Alliance!

In the opening match of the evening, Zero Gravity and Samuray Del Sol def. Nick Brubaker and The Hybrids in an impressive high flying match. Del Sol looked especially impressive in his PWN debut.

Mark Storm came out to the ring and former SCW Senior Executive Jake Ryder followed shortly behind. Storm announced that he was keeping a majority of the SCW roster as part of his staff. Jake assumed that meant he still had a job too, but Storm cleared that right up when he officially fired Jake Ryder. Jake asked Storm what he was suppose to do. Storm said that Super Target was hiring. Security then escorted Ryder out of the building.

“The One Legged Wonder” Zach Gowan defeated Juice Robinson with a moonsault off the top rope.

Missouri Wrestling Revival caught up with fromer Scott County wrestler Marek Brave who was not happy with one Mark Strom.

Tyler Black and Marek Brave were set to square off, but Brave said that he didn’t agree to compete against Black and that he was going to do it his way and introduced his partner making it a 2-on-1 match, Ring of Honor star Jimmy Jacobs. Just as Jacobs and Brave were about to strike, Krotch’s music hit and we were treated to a surprise tag match.

Tyler Black and Krotch defeated Jimmy Jacobs and Marek Brave when Jacobs and Brave had an argument that led to Jacobs giving Brave a DDT and leaving him. Brave has certainly has his fair share of humility over the last few months. It’ll be interesting to see how he bounces back.

QC Champion Hunter Matthews came to the ring ready to wrestle Krotch in their scheduled QC Title Match, but since Krotch had already competed, he could not compete in the QC Title Match. When Matthews thought he didn’t have to defend, Mark Storm announced that he would have an opponent and it would be his longtime rival, Dewey Dawson.

Hunter Matthews defeated. Dewey Dawson with a top rope piledriver. This match was all over the place. Near the end, Dawson grabbed one of the merchandise tables full of DVDs, placed Matthews on the table over the DVDs and delivered a frog splash from the top rope to the outside!

Jordan McEntire defeated Knight Wagner and Mia Martinez

Shane Hollister defeated Arik Cannon to retain the NWA Iowa State Championship in a fantastic match that had the crowd on the edge of their seat

The Phoenix Twins and The Northstar Express went to a Double DQ as things got out of control. These two teams will meet again on June 5th and you, the fans can pick the stipulation!

Mississippi Madman prior to his war with Danny Daniels talks to Dubray Tallman from MWR.

In the main event, Danny Daniels defeated The Mississippi Madman to become the new PWN Champion when a masked man ran in and distracted Madman long enough for Daniels to put the former champ through a table and getting the pin.

On Friday, June 5th, PWN presents “The Next Show” and right here, fan have the opportunity to vote for what they want to see! Each link will lead you to a poll where you have the opportunity to vote for the option you like best! Vote as much as you’d like and keep check back as more polls will be opening soon! Follow the link below each pic to vote on that match.

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HVW ‘Peace and Blood’ May 9 arena report

Posted by reimaginejournalism on May 31, 2009

By Kari Williams

In Granite City, IL at the River’s Edge Complex, High Voltage Wrestling (HVW) put on nine matches for the 115 fans in attendance. From debuts to title defenses to a challenge from Absolute Wrestling Radio, this show was packed from top to bottom.

Alexander Rudloph made his impressive debut against Max Archer. Barely giving Archer a chance to breathe, Rudolph pummeled and absolutely punished his much smaller opponent. The brutality elicited from the newcomer surpassed that of Archer, who took a beating both inside and outside the ring. Rudolph easily pinned Archer for the victory.

Alexander Rudolph put on an impressive showing in his debut match against Max Archer. Photo by Kari Williams

Alexander Rudolph put on an impressive showing in his debut match against Max Archer. Photo by Kari Williams

TNT Keny G then came to ringside to introduce another new member of the HVW roster, his daughter, Santana. Before Keny could so much as state his daughter’s name, “Thee” Brandon Espinosa and “Irresistably Flawless” Brandon Aarons, B.A.B.E.WATCH, appeared to stir up some trouble. Aarons complimented Santana and made suggestive comments while advancing toward her as Keny attempted to block Aarons.

B.A.B.E.WATCH (Brandon Aarons and Brandon Espinosa) interrupted TNT Keny Gs introduction of his daughter, Santana, as the newest member of the HVW roster. Photo by Kari Williams

B.A.B.E.WATCH (Brandon Aarons and Brandon Espinosa) interrupted TNT Keny G's introduction of his daughter, Santana, as the newest member of the HVW roster. Photo by Kari Williams

Espinosa then hit Keny from the side and the two began attacking Keny until Juice Robinson made the save. As B.A.B.E.WATCH returned to the locker room, Keny announced that Aarons and a female partner of his choosing would face Robinson and Santana on Aug. 15 at the next HVW show.

A guantlet match took place next, as Mark Smart announced that he saw Rick Fuller’s gauntlet at the previous show and believed he could dominate oncomers just the same.

Mark Smart issued a gauntlet challenge, to which Fish Farmer (pictured), Michael Sain, Shawn Allen and Cabal responded. Photo by Kari Williams

Mark Smart issued a gauntlet challenge, to which Fish Farmer (pictured), Michael Sain, Shawn Allen and Cabal responded. Photo by Kari Williams

Michael Sain, Cabal, Shawn Allen and the Fish Farmer all answered the challenge—and they all walked away, leaving Smart writhing in pain. Smart tried his best to maintain an advantage, but his opponents had the wherewithall to attack Smart at opportune moments.

Eric Allen, Eric Fantabulous and Hunter Matthews wrestled an impressive triple threat match. Early on, Matthews seemed reluctant to insert himself in the bout and Allen and Fantabulous fought it out for a while. However, Allen and Matthews teamed up in an attempt to eliminate Fantabulous from the equation.

Hunter Matthews recooperates as Eric Fantabulous pummels Eric Allen. Photo by Kari Williams

Hunter Matthews recooperates as Eric Fantabulous pummels Eric Allen. Photo by Kari Williams

The desire to win soon took over, and all three men fought for themselves. Filled with multiple near falls and impressive maneuvers, these three men put everything on the line. In the end, Allen pulled out a victory over Matthews with a quick roll up.

Evan Gelistico launches onto Michael Sain during their intense bout. Photo by Kari Williams

Evan Gelistico launches onto Michael Sain during their intense bout. Photo by Kari Williams

The Bandana Mafia’s “Notorious E.V.A.N.” Evan Gelistico took on Michael Sain in the following contest. Gelistico started strong, knocking Sain out of the ring and proceeding to fly over the top rope onto the dazed Sain. Gelistico then brought the match back in the ring and continued to control the match until Sain’s anger overcame him. Gelistico fought valiantly against the infuriated Sain, but Sain emerged victorious.

The Pro Wrestling Entertainment (PWE) Tag Team Champions Zero Gravity, CJ Esparza and Brett Gakiya, put their belts on the line against The Hooligans. Esparza and Gakiya started the bout off with highflying intensity, clearing the ring of their opponents.

CJ Esparza gives Brett Gakiya a lift as they double-team The Hooligans in their PWE tag team title defense. Photo by Kari Williams

CJ Esparza gives Brett Gakiya a lift as they double-team The Hooligans in their PWE tag team title defense. Photo by Kari Williams

The fast-paced risk-takers met the more grounded Hooligans in an impressive bout that could have gone either way. Using their blunt force and tag team skill, the Hooligans cut off the ring and blocked Esparza from tagging Gakiya for a large portion of the bout, almost causing them to win. However, the referee disqualified the Hooligans for using steel chairs on Zero Gravity, allowing Esparza and Gakiya to retain their recently won belts.

Following the successful title defense, Absolute Wrestling Radio Co-host Matt Kreuger addressed HVW fans and “Future” Donovan Ruddick, specifically. Kreuger explained that he called Keny while on the air, forcing him to put his champion’s belt on the line against Former Wrestler and Current Absolute Wrestling Radio Co-host Mark Bland.

Future Donovan Ruddick and Absolute Wrestling Radio  Co-host Matt Kreuger have words moments before Ruddick sends Kreuger smashing into the mat. Photo by Kari Williams

"Future" Donovan Ruddick and Absolute Wrestling Radio Co-host Matt Kreuger have words moments before Ruddick sends Kreuger smashing into the mat. Photo by Kari Williams

Ruddick emerged at ringside with Magic Man by his side and proceeded to attack Kreuger and literally threw him out of the building. HVW Livewire Champion Kahagas then walked through the door through which Kreuger was thrown, causing Keny to announce that on Aug. 15, fans would witness a Falls Count Anywhere match for the HVW Heavyweight Title between Kahagas and Ruddick.

As Notorious E.V.A.N. Evan Gelistico looks on, his tag team partner Point Blank Pierre Abernathy delivers a beating to Shawn Allen. Photo by Kari Williams

As "Notorious E.V.A.N." Evan Gelistico looks on, his tag team partner "Point Blank" Pierre Abernathy delivers a beating to Shawn Allen. Photo by Kari Williams

After intermission, Shawn Allen took on the Bandana Mafia’s “Point Blank” Pierre Abernathy. Allen’s brutal offense slowed Abernathy in the beginning, especially after Allen wrapped Abernathy’s knee around the ring post. The ever-valiant Abernathy slowly powered his way out of defeat with Gelistico’s ringside support, and soon, nobody could stop him. Point Blank’s determination overcame Allen’s strength, locking in a win for the Bandana Mafia.

Aarons and Espinosa wrestled The Hybrids, Jason Lyte and Curtis Gilly, in the following contest. From the moment B.A.B.E.WATCH made their way to the ring, the fans relentlessly harrassed them, setting up their mindset for the entire match. Despite pyschological distractions, Aarons and Espinosa put up a tremendous fight against their opponents.

Irresistably Flawless Brandon Aarons and Thee Brandon Espinosa look to Magic Man for guidance after taking a beating from The Hybrids.

"Irresistably Flawless" Brandon Aarons and "Thee" Brandon Espinosa look to Magic Man for guidance after taking a beating from The Hybrids.

Their unique offense and use of illegal tactics nearly propelled them to a win. However, The Hybrids focused in on a miscommunication between their opponents—Aarons inadvertantly superkicked Espinosa—and walked away victorious. After the match, the Hooligans appeared from the locker room and attacked the Hybrids.

Robinson, accompanied by Santana, wrestled Nick Brubaker in a fabulous bout. Before the two could even lock up, Aarons attacked Robinson. That distraction allowed Brubaker to start the match off in dramatic fashion, but Robinson quickly found his niche in the friendly competition.

Juice Robinson does his best to get out of the hold Nick Brubaker has trapped him in as Robinsons new-found manager/future tag team partner Santana observes. Photo by Kari Williams

Juice Robinson does his best to get out of the hold Nick Brubaker has trapped him in as Robinson's new-found manager/future tag team partner Santana observes. Photo by Kari Williams

The two put on a show for the fans, and with multiple nearfalls and close encounters, it was hard to tell who would come out victorious. Robinson ended up walking away with the one, two, three, after which, Brubaker attacked Robinson and turned on Zero Gravity and Robinson.

The always energetic and flamboyant Gary Jay challenged Kahagas for the HVW Livewire Championship. From the get-go, Kahagas had his hands full with Jay’s unpredictable offense. Once the champion grounded Jay, he controlled the match.

HVW Livewire Champion Kahagas puts the boots to Gary Jay in their title match. Photo by Kari Williams

HVW Livewire Champion Kahagas puts the boots to Gary Jay in their title match. Photo by Kari Williams

However, Jay was not one to be discounted, as he gave his all, and nearly won the Livewire title on more than one occasion. Kahagas’ power became too much for Jay, and he succumbed. Although Jay did not leave Granite City with the championship, he left with the respect of the fans, and Kahagas as well. One could argue that another title shot lies in the near future for Jay.

Rebelucha prepares for his chance at HVW Heavyweight Champion Future Donovan Ruddicks Championship. Photo by Kari Williams

Rebelucha prepares for his chance at HVW Heavyweight Champion "Future" Donovan Ruddick's Championship. Photo by Kari Williams

In the main event, Ruddick put his HVW Heavyweight Championship on the line against Rebelucha. As, arguably, the best match of the evening, Ruddick and Rebelucha held nothing back. The champion used his power and ferocity in an attempt to will Rebelucha away from victory.

Rebelucha attempts to lock Ruddick in a triangle choke. Photo by Kari Williams

Rebelucha attempts to lock Ruddick in a triangle choke. Photo by Kari Williams

Still, Rebelucha pressed on and had Ruddick teetering on the edge of defeat. The challenger’s distinctive skill set caught Ruddick off guard and nearly cost him the belt. In spite of this, when Rebelucha attempted to lock in a triangle choke, Ruddick’s power became too much to bear. Moments later, Ruddick put Rebelucha down for the count with his border toss finisher.

Stay tuned to Missouri Wrestling Revival and highvoltagewrestling.tk for more information on HVW’s Aug. 15 show.

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MECW Recap March 21 – MWR Fans beware of XXXplicit Content

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 14, 2009

By MECW Management

Mr. K started the night off right after being off for almost two months, Mr. K let the crowd know they were kicking off the night with a MECW Tag Title match!!!!

Prior to the MECW Tag Team Championship MWR was able to catch with both the Champions The Bayou Outlaws and the Chalangers Huge In Japan. They had this to say!

Huge In Japan came out with a tremendous amount of jeer by the MECW Family. When the MECW Tag Champions The Bayou Outlaws came to the ring the MECW Family erupted cheers to show their love for the beloved Outlaws. Before Huge In Japan would let the match begin they announced that the acquired the services of a brand new manager! Jimmy Rockwell noted that their new manger had watched a particular cowboy movie over 100 times!!! Jimmy Rockwell then announced their new manager “Lovely” Leon Alexander the manager of former MECW Champion Bailey Mannix!!

With match finally getting under way The Bayou Outlaws were well in control. Especially with Maddog McDowell being the power and Aaron Masterson being the speed and agility. At one point Maddog pressed Aaron Masterson over his head in landing on Jimmy Rockwell in the corner and delivered a monkey flip!!! Maddog was also able to hit a very impressive and very powerful standing leg drop!!! But Huge In Japan soon took control with a well placed reverse thrust kick by “The Asian Sensation” Ricky Kwong!!! The one man in Huge In Japan that lets his martial arts and wrestling ability do the talking in the ring. With Huge In Japan administering a vicious beat down to Aaron Masterson. The co-holder to the MECW Tag Belts finally made it to his corner to tag in the powerful and the awesome Maddog McDowell who quickly cleaned house.

 The Bayou Outlaws use each other as weapons in the corner on Huge in Japan’s"The Asian Sensation" Ricky Kwong!!!  (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Bayou Outlaws use each other as weapons in the corner on Huge in Japan’s"The Asian Sensation" Ricky Kwong!!! (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Maddog McDowell landed a double handed choke slam into a spine buster!!! But the referee was distracted with Huge In Japans new manager “Lovely” Leon Alexander, so he couldn’t make the three count that Maddog definitely had!!! Maddog got up and grabbed “Lovely” Leon Alexander and asking the crowd if they want him to hit “Lovely” Leon and with the ref now distracted by Ricky Kwong. This allowed “Lovely” Leon enough time to throw salt in Maddog McDowell’s eyes blinding him long enough for Jimmy Rockwell to roll him up & collect the 1,2,3 after Ricky Kwong knocked Aaron Masterson off the apron.

Winners and New MECW Tag Team Champions: Huge In Japan: Jimmy Rockwell and “The Asian Sensation” Ricky Kwong!!!

After Huge in Japan won the Tag Team Titles, Former MECW Champion Bailey Mannix came out with Ryan Slade and the microphone in hand. He announced that his manager Leon Alexander wasn’t with Huge In Japan by accident. The fact of the matter was that Bailey Mannix was tired of putting up with Mr. K and his rules to MECW. He was sick of being shafted by Mr. K & the MECW family. He also said that Ryan Slade & Huge in Japan were tired of being told what to do and forced into matches by Mr.K!!! So they were coming together to form a faction known as XXXplicit Content!!! A former tag team that Bailey Mannix himself was one half of. The other included now retired Danny Scott. But the former tag team would be larger and more powerful than ever as a Faction!!! With Bailey Mannix the leader, there is no telling how far this faction will go. But Mr. K promises that their will be law and order within the MECW, the Mayor of Midwest promises that!!!!

Jenna Stark, Ryan Slade, Jimmy Rockwell , “Lovely” Leon Alexander Bailey Mannix, "The Asian Sensation" Ricky Kwong!!!  (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Jenna Stark, Ryan Slade, Jimmy Rockwell , “Lovely” Leon Alexander Bailey Mannix, "The Asian Sensation" Ricky Kwong!!! (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

In the 2nd match it was Brain Scrilla vs. “The Pride of Peoria Champion” Eric Allen. Scrilla stopped Eric Allen on one of his rants. Brian Scrilla promptly told Eric Allen that no one wanted to hear him speak and if he said one more word to expect a to fight, and he would shove that microphone up his nose!!! But with the referee telling each man to go to his respective corner, gave Eric Allen the chance to pearl Harbor Brian Scrilla.

Brian Scrilla keeps Eric Allen grounded. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Brian Scrilla keeps Eric Allen grounded. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Scrilla quickly regained control with a kick to Eric Allen’s chest. With it appearing that Brian Scrilla had the match all but won. Eric Allen moved from the corner allowing Brian Scrilla to drive his knee into the turnbuckle!! One chop block to the back of Brian Scrilla’s knee, he was now on his back and at the mercy of Eric Allen. Eric Allen not only took enjoyment in the fact that he had hurt Brian Scrilla. Allen relished the fact that he could possibly put Scrilla out of wrestling forever!!!!

Eric Allen knows all the dirty tricks and will do anything to get a vicvtory. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Eric Allen knows all the dirty tricks and will do anything to get a vicvtory. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Brian Scrilla did not even having enough strength to stand on his left leg still put up a fight against Eric Allen. Finally Eric Allen finally missing a knee into the corner on Scrilla, Scrilla quickly retaliated with a massive clothesline!!!! Scrilla gutted it out picking Eric Allen up for a huge running power slam!!! This gave Ryan Slade the opportunity for his manger to cause a distraction and for him to take Eric Allen’s “Pride of Peoria” belt and slammed it into the back of Brian Scrilla’s injured knee. Eric Allen fell on top of him and hooked the even more damaged leg, giving Eric Allen the victory.

Winner: “The Pride of Peoria” Eric Allen

Juice Robinson and Hunter Mathews meet for the third time. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Juice Robinson and Hunter Mathews meet for the third time. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Next the audience was on their feet for Juice Robinson an MECW newcomer who not only has strength on his side but height as well. He came out & put a challenge out to the 1st ever MECW Independent Champion Hunter Matthews. Hunter Matthews slowly made it to ring side, with pizza and water in hand. Hunter grabbed the mic and told Juice Robinson 1. He already beat Juice twice, and 2nd That he wasn’t even ready for a fight that he was still eating his dinner. Juice quickly upped the ante and told Hunter Matthews that if he beat him again, that Juice Robinson would leave MECW for good and never bother Hunter Matthews again.

Juice Robinson sends a message to Hunter Mathews  that this is his night with a powerful shoulder block(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Juice Robinson sends a message to Hunter Mathews that this is his night with a powerful shoulder block(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Hunter quickly agreed to the match, Hunter Matthews quickly took control early on. Juice seemed to take quite a beating from Hunter Matthews. But the match was all but over when Juice Robinson started to make a comeback on the always cocky Hunter Matthews. Hunter even resorted to trying to cheat to beat Juice. But this time around Juice was too smart to get caught in one of Hunter Matthew’s tricks.

Speed and Power, Juice Robinson is blessed with both, just ask Hunter Mathews.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Speed and Power, Juice Robinson is blessed with both, just ask Hunter Mathews.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

A quick three count later and Juice Robinson finally was able to defeat Hunter Matthews for the very first time!!!!!!

In disbelief,Juice Robinson breaks his losing streak against Hunter Mathews and celebrates with the kids. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

In disbelief,Juice Robinson breaks his losing streak against Hunter Mathews and celebrates with the kids. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Winner: Juice Robinson

Match Four was the triple threat number one contenders match for the MECW Heavyweight Championship!!!

It was “The Unbreakable” Zach Thompson vs. Evan Money vs. Bailey Mannix

Bailey Mannix is in the head of the fans just as much as he is his opponents. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Bailey Mannix is in the head of the fans just as much as he is his opponents. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Unbreakable" Zach Thompson and. Evan Money double teams into the MWR January Wrestler of the Month Bailey Mannix (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Unbreakable" Zach Thompson and. Evan Money double teams into the MWR January Wrestler of the Month Bailey Mannix (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

This was a high impact match, high flying, and fast action match. Zach came off the top rope with impressive high flying moves. Evan Money was flying over the top rope throwing caution to the wind and himself at Bailey Mannix!!!!

Evan Money swift kicks punish Zach Thompson.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Evan Money swift kicks punish Zach Thompson.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Zach Thompson proves my point that he is one of the most underrated high flyers in the game. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Zach Thompson proves my point that he is one of the most underrated high flyers in the game. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Bailey Mannix can not believe his eyes when Evan Money comes off the ropes. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Bailey Mannix can not believe his eyes when Evan Money comes off the ropes. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

But it didn’t take Bailey Mannix long to gain control of the match and took Zach and Evan not only to their limits but from pillar to post!!! The MECW Family even saw Bailey Mannix take flight in this match!!!! In the end though Zach delivered a germen suplex on Bailey Mannix & Bailey Mannix executed a Northern Lights Suplex on Evan Money!!! The referee counted the 1,2,3 but the problems were just beginning. It seemed to the referee that all participants in the match had their shoulders pinned to the mat!!! Mr. K came out spoke to the ref who then went to the back and reviewed the tape. Mr. K came back with the ref’s decision stands and that all three men are the number one contenders. So in April 25th Zach Thompson, Evan Money, and Bailey Mannix would face the MECW champion in a fatal four way match!!!!

Winners: Zach Thompson, Evan Money, and Bailey Mannix

After intermission the next match was Jordan McEnytre’s return match!!!!

Jordan McEntyre vs. “The Canadian Sex Icon” Ryan Slade

Ryan Slade makes Jordan McEntyre scream. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Ryan Slade makes Jordan McEntyre scream. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The she devil Jenna Stark gives Ryan Slade a hand. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The she devil Jenna Stark gives Ryan Slade a hand. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

This match being Jordan McEntyre’s return match to MECW, Jordan didn’t seem to show any sign of ring rust. But the “Sex Icon” Ryan Slade, managed to take control of the match, taking Jordan McEntyre to his limits. Jordan McEntyre found a way to pull the rug out from under Slade and almost beat the “Sex icon” in numerous near falls!!! But with the help of Ryan Slades manager pulling the leg of McEntyre while on the top rope thought to put Jordan down for Ryan Slade to attempt a super-plex!!!! Brian Scrilla showed up to ring side too chase off Slades manager. This allowed Jordan the opportunity to shove Slade off the top rope & deliver a flying elbow drop & gain the 1,2,3!!!!!!

Winner: Jordan McEntyre

Next was the MECW Independent Championship Match!!!!!

Gabriel Brimstone vs. Krotch

MECW Independent ChampionGabriel Brimstone locks up with Krotch  (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

MECW Independent ChampionGabriel Brimstone locks up with Krotch (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Krotch lines Brimestone,.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Krotch lines Brimestone,.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Earlier in the evening Krotch came out to make sure Gabriel Brimstone and The MECW Family knew that the reason that he was not at the last show. The reason was because he was busy training & getting ready to cash in his number one contender ship match for the MECW Independent Title!!!! He made sure that Brimstone knew that it was nothing personal, that he was cashing it in because if he could face anyone for that title it would in fact Gabriel Brimstone.

Locking up Gabriel Brimstone and Krotch, this was a intense match up. With the crowd being torn right down the middle, half cheering for the challenger Krotch and the other half for the Independent Champion: Gabriel Brimstone!!!!

Krotch gets ready to hit Brimestone with a big hit.  (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Krotch gets ready to hit Brimestone with a big hit. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The whole match nobody knew who would end up on top, but it was Gabriel Brimstone who reversed Krotche’s Krotch Rocket finisher and went for the school boy for the 1,2,3!!!!!

Gabriel Brimestone retains the MECW Independent Championship  (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Gabriel Brimestone retains the MECW Independent Championship (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After the match Krotch was upset with himself that he wasn’t able to kick out of the pin attempt. But in the end Krotch & Brimstone shook hands, resumed their friendship and left it all in the ring.

Winner and still MECW Independent Champion: Gabriel Brimstone

Main Event: Knight Wagner vs. MECW Heavyweight Champion: Dewey “Booger” Daweson.

Knight Wagner vs. MECW Heavyweight Champion Dewey "Booger" Dawson

Knight Wagner vs. MECW Heavyweight Champion Dewey "Booger" Dawson

Dewey "Booger" Dawson  delivers a body slam (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dewey "Booger" Dawson delivers a body slam (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Knight Wagner stalks Dawson for the MECW Title.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Knight Wagner stalks Dawson for the MECW Title.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Can Dawson get to the ropes before he taps?(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Can Dawson get to the ropes before he taps?(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Knight Wagner thru everything he had at the MECW Heavyweight Champion: Dewey, even coming close to become the new Heavyweight Champion for MECW!!!!! But in the end it was Dewey “Booger” Dawson who retained the MECW Heavyweight Championship!!!!!

Winner and STILL MECW Heavyweight Champion: Dewey “Booger” Dawson

But Dewey’s victory celebration wouldn’t last long as he was quickly attacked by the newly formed faction in MECW XXXplicit Content!!!! With the new MECW Tag Team Champions and Ryan Slade putting the boots to Dewey, Bailey Mannix wasn’t far behind with steel chair in hand. Dewey started fighting back but didn’t last long with Bailey Mannix waffling Dewey in the back with the chair. But it only got worse from their, as Dewey turned around to only be leveled in the head with the steel chair!!!!!! Bailey then dropped to his knees extending his arms and proclaiming himself the savior of MECW!!!!!! XXXplicit’s Contents celebration didn’t last long either because: The Bayou Outlaws, Zach Thompson, Evan Money, & Brain Scrilla carring a steel Chair to boot!!! With all of them running off XXXplicit Content and helped the fallen MECW Champion Dewey Daweson to the back!!!!!

The Champion is down thanks to XXXplicit Content but gets a little help from his friends.   (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Champion is down thanks to XXXplicit Content but gets a little help from his friends. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

MWR final analysis: MECW is a federation that everyone should have there eyes on. Dewey “Booger” Dawson is highly entertaining, two of the top tag teams in the Midwest with Huge in Japan and the Bayou Outlaws. Bailey Mannix is the real deal, Gabriel Brimestone is OVAH. Evan Money and Zach Thompson flies with the best of them. Juice Robinson is a superstar in the making, Hunter Mathews is always entertaining and “Lovely” Leon is …well “Lovely” Leon. Plus you have a top notch locker room with some excitable fans that include the Fuzzy Hat Club.

Join MWR for a great night of wrestling on April 25th in Woodriver Illinois when MECW returns. For more information please go to MECWrestling.com.

Bailey Mannix demanded that I let him have the last word of my recap so MWR Fans I give you the MWR Wrestler of the Month for January 2009

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Patrick Brandmeyer’s PWE predictions for tomorrow In Springfield IL

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 3, 2009

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PWE Championship Match
Al Snow Vs “Bloody” Harker Dirge

Judging by the video promos of this match, I fear that Snow may be taking Dirge a bit too lightly. However, Snow is a veteran and has seen it all…Dirge will probably give him a tougher fight than expected, but I see the former WWE titleholder coming out on top. PREDICTION: Al Snow

PWE US Championship Match
Mephisto Vs Sly
These two know each other very well, having been both tag partners and opponents in their careers. Sly has the advantage in speed and agility, but lack of size may be his downfall as I see Mephisto overpowering him in this one. WINNER: Mephisto

PWE Tag Team Championship Match
North Star Express Vs Zero Gravity

This should be an outstanding tag team matchup between two of the top duos in the Midwest wrestling scene. The Northstars seem to be the more well-rounded duo and I see them emerging victorious. WINNERS: The Northstar Express

Triple Threat Contenders Match
Arik Cannon Vs Mike Sydal Vs Kyle Rich

Triple threat matches tend to be unpredictable…the third man in the ring can often break up a certain victory by one of the other two. I give this one to Cannon due to the experience edge. WINNER: Arik Cannon

Jeremy Wyatt Vs Jason Lyte of The Hybrids

Will be interesting to see Lyte in singles competition as I’m used to seeing him in tag team action…it should be a tremendous Matchup, but Wyatt is the more seasoned singles wrestler and I see him taking this one. WINNER: Jeremy Wyatt

Mark Sterling Vs Hunter Matthews

Should be a very interesting matchup here…have been impressed with both guys in recent months. I say Sterling wins but it’ll be a close one. WINNER: Mark Sterling

Mississippi Madman Vs Issan Hadeev

Suffice it to say that it could be a long night for Issan Hadeev against the massive Madman…Hadeev will probably need every underhanded tactic in the book to deal with the Madman but I don’t know if it’ll be enough. WINNER: Mississippi Madman

Cecil Cerveza Vs Brandon Espinosa

Should be a good one…a real tossup here. Flip a coin as far as picking a winner here… WINNER: Cecil Cerveza

Matt Cage Vs Curly
Wish I could provide more insight but there are several competitors on this card that I haven’t seen that often(if at all). Interested to see what Curly has to offer though. WINNER: Matt Cage

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
Tracy Smothers & Joey Grunge Vs Sage Ramsey & Dareian Frost Vs Carnage & El Magnifico

Again, three-way matches can go in any direction…tough to bet against Smothers, but the Ramsey/Frost duo may overpower the competition. WINNERS: Tracey Smothers & Joey Grunge

Best of luck to everyone involved…hope the show goes great!

Patrick Brandmeyer

Get YOUR tickets today by calling (217) 732-7082 or log onto myspace.com/pwewrestlingentertainment.

If you are in or around the Springfield, IL area you can also purchase tickets at PENNY LANE on S. MacArthur, or Recycled Records on E. Adams St.

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MWR January 2009 Awards

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 16, 2009

MWR January 2009 Awards

November Wrestler of the Month

Bailey Mannix (MECW)

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On Jan 10th Mannix wrestled in a Gauntlet match against 3 men, K.D. McClain, Evan Money before he lost to Dewey “Booger” Dawson and his MECW title. Mannix may have lost the belt but he gained the respect of the MWR awards committee with his gallant effort.   

 

 

1st Runner Up – Shane Rich (AAPW)

2nd Runner Up – Dingo (LWA,NWA-DPW,HVW)

3rd Runner Up – Steve Anthony (WLW)

 

Others receiving votes: Mason Beck, Jordan Lacey, Gary Jackson, Kahagas, Jeremy Wyatt, Pierre Abernathy,

 

January Tag Team of the month

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Steven Kennedy and KC Karrington (Ego Express) (LWA, NWA-DPW)

 

It’s hard to belive that one of the most respected and talked about tag teams in St Louis has not won the tag team of the month at MWR…Till now!! After winning the first ever LWA Tag Team titles the Ego Express followed it up with a  January 3 win against Brandon Espinosa & Mike Sydal (w/ Brandon Aarons) to retain the LWA Tag Team Titles. On January 24 at LWA they defeated Babewatch again to retain the Tag Team Titles; Steven Kennedy pinned Brandon Espinosa after the Fatality. January 31 they lost in a close match against the LONRS at NWA Dynamo

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

1st Runner Up- Mad Dog McDowell and Aaron Masterson (Bayou Outlaws) ( MECW)  

2nd Runner Up The Money Makin’ Jam Boys (Mississippi Madman & K.C. Jackson) (AAPW)

3rd Runner Up –  Dustin Lane and Darin Wade (WLW)

 

Others receiving votes: Axis & Ryan Phoenix, Jeff Harris & Aaron Matthews, The Hybrids, Huge In Japan (Jimmy Rockwell & Ricky Kwong), BA.B.E.WATCH (Brandon Aarons and Brandon Espinosa .

January Woman Wrestler of the Month

Alexis Lightfoot.

   

  

 

Alexis Lightfoot takes it to Stacey O’Brien (Photo Kari Williams)

Alexis Lightfoot takes it to Stacey O’Brien (Photo Kari Williams)

 

 

 

 

The MMWA-SICW women’s champ defeated the WLW women’s champ Stacey O at MMWA and retain her title earlier in the month when she beat Destiny Diamond.   

 1st Runner Up – Mickie Knuckles  (IWA-MS)
2nd Runner Up
Stacey O’ Brien  (WLW) (MMWA-SICW)

3rd Runner up-Jessika Haze (HVW, NBWA)

 

Others receiving votes: “Serenity” Brandi Harris

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

January Promotion of the Month

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NWA Dynamo Pro Wrestling

NWA-Presents Dynamo Pro Wrestling returned to Kansas in Ottawa was a success for everyone involved. The touching fundraiser for New Heart for Jimmie Bass was a rousing success. Kansas fans showed that they care for others by showing up in droves (275) to support the cause along with watching some great wrestling. With some of the top young wrestlers to their disposal, expect NWA Dynamo to be a force in the Midwest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1st Runner Up – AAPW
2nd Runner Up – LWA
3rd Runner Up – WLW

Others receiving votes: HVW, Rock and Roll Wrestling, NBWA,

 

January Personality of the month

 

Travis Cook

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Travis Cook (Photo Kari Williams)

Nursing a ‘serious’ neck injury, Travis Cook accompanied The Connection to ring side for each member’s match, and continued getting illegally involved. His tactics helped rack up some wins for The Connection this month, giving them more power than ever in MMWA-SICW.

 

1st Runner Up- Dingo (NWA Dynamo Gym)

2nd Runner Up – Gaylord Stevens ( AAPW)
3rd Runner Up-
Patrick Brandmeyer

 

Others receiving votes: Luke Roberts and Adam Raw, Mr.K “The Mayor of Midwest !”, Jewels,

 

 

January Match of the month

      

     

    

   

  

 

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Serial Thriller” Shane Rich V. Edmund “Livewire” McGuire

1-24-2009

West Frankfort, Illinois

(All American Pro Wrestling)

 

These guys delivered big for AAPW to start the year. Rich and McGuire had the crowed in suspense and disbelief in what they were seeing. A great chess match between two of the young guns on the Midwest. Edmund came very close to going home with the AAPW heavyweight title but on this night Shane Rich was the one who got his hand raised.

 

 

1st Runner Up-

Jeremy Wyatt vs. Tyler Black

1-3-2009

O’Fallon Illinois

(LWA)

 

 

2nd Runner Up-

Hunter Matthews v. Shane Hollister

1-3-2009

O’Fallon Illinois

(LWA)

 

3rd Runner Up-

Dingo v Kahagas

1-10-2009

Granite City Illinois

(HVW)

 

Others receiving votes: Jason Vendetta v HWC Champ “Bloody” Harker Dirge (NBWA)

The Hybrids vs. The ISH (Brett Gakiya & Nick Brubaker) (NMW)

Jeremy Wyatt vs. Dingo (LWA) ,  Tyler Black vs. Devon Moore (IWA Midsouth), Egos vs. LONRS(NWA-Dynamo)

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LWA Arena Report Jan. 3

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 20, 2009

By JJ

 

This was the second night of the LWA’s double shot weekend. There was a very nice attendance of 195. The fans were excited to see Mike Quackenbush who has wrestled through the world and is the current NWA junior world heavyweight champion. They were also looking forward to the main event with was a match that was sponsored by MWR as one of the best of the mid west match series. That match would feature Tyler Black a current ROH star wrestling Jeremy Wyatt the current and reigning LWA heavyweight champion.

 

 Luke Roberts the LWA president made his way to the ring stating that he had someone that wanted to make an announcement. That person was none other than Mike Quackenbush. He stated that he wanted Evan Gelistico in a match due to the fact that Gelistico and Abernathy caused his match with Nick Tyson the prior evening to be thrown out. He wanted no interference to be guaranteed and that is when Commissioner Adam Raw stepped to the ring and assured him that he would make sure that that did not happen.

 

The opening match was a six way match featuring Dorian Victor, Pierre Abernathy, Adam Rich,  Shamus O’Flannery, Eric Allen, and Shorty Biggs. Dorian made his ring entrance still begging for money from the fans saying that the Bavarian Boy was sick and that he needed money to take care of him, seeing him begging was quite funny. As the match got under way you saw quite a few tags between the different competitors. Then it all broke down and you had wrestlers inside and outside the ring. At one point five of the six wrestlers were outside fighting, Shamus was left in the ring and he excited the crowd when he delivered a “Helo” a head over heel suicide dive taking out his five competitors. Chaos was all around the ring,  when Dorian saw a chance to strike and hit Shorty with a low blow and covered him for the win. I don’t remember who it was, but someone made off with Dorian’s cup of money.

 

The second match of the evening had XXX Jordan Lacey facing of with Mephisto. This was a pretty lopsided match with XXX in control of most of the match. The match was stopped by the ref as XXX was on top of Mephisto, smashing him with  brutal strikes to the head. XXX was dominating for the second night in a row by defeating his opponents with a knockout.

 

The fans were treated to a LWA rematch of “The Future” Donovan Ruddick and Mark Sterling. Before the match got started Mark took the mike and told Donovan that you told me the last time we wrestled that as soon as you won the LWA title that you would give me the first shoot, since you are the number one contender why don’t you put in on the line instead. Donovan agreed they shook hands, which was nice to see and the match was on. This was a very high impact match and it was also a see saw battle. Donovan must have done something wrong because when he picked Sterling up he grimaced in a lot of pain, with sheer guts and power Ruddick finished this one with a razors edge and a cover for the one, two, and three. Many of the LWA Management came out to escort the former champion out of the ring.

 

The next match was between two gentlemen that I had not seen wrestle before it was a match between Hunter Matthews and Shane Hollister. This match was very enjoyable.  It saw mat based wrestling, hard strikes, chain wrestling, and even some high flying. This match had a lot of near falls. Hunter won the match with a pile driver. Shane received a round of applause as he left the ring. After the match there was an intermission.

 

The second half of the night started with a tag title match between the champs the Ego Express and BabeWatch. The Egos had a very entertaining entrance with the belts strapped around the both of them. This was a back and forth match, with neither team letting the other team get much of an advantage. The Ego express was able to take the victory in this one to retain their titles. I sure this is not the last time we will see these to teams face off.

 

The next match of the evening saw Gary the Barn Owl face off with IWA-TX U30 champion Nick Tyson. This match saw the two men battle inside and outside the ring. At one point I thought Gary would be counted out, but he managed to make it back. I guess that was what he needed, they wrestled for a few more minutes and Gary pinned Nick to become the new IWA-TX U30 Champ.

 

The match prior to the main event saw Mike Quakenbush versus Evan Gelistico. This was a fast paced and hard hitting match. They both put all they had into it. At one point Quackenbush had Gelistico set up for a Quacken driver and Pierre showed up to distract him, but Raw chased him off. There was a little more action before Quackenbush set him up for a Quacken Driver and connected with it for the pin

 

The main event was just plain awesome, it was Tyler Black versus Jeremy Wyatt. This was a very fun match for wrestling fans. These two had a lot to prove to one another, and I think the accomplished it. Lots of near falls in this one. The end came when Tyler went for a flying cross body block from the second turnbuckle and missed. From there Wyatt rolled him up in a small package for the win and to retain his belt.

 

This was a good night of wrestling. Thanks go out to the wrestlers and the LWA.

 

LWA Returns to House Springs Mo this weekend. For more info please go to LWA.COM

 

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A Reporter’s Reflections: ROH Commentary, Dec. 5

Posted by reimaginejournalism on December 14, 2008

By Kari Williams

For the second time this year, working with Missouri Wrestling Revival initiated me to the live experience of a class-act wrestling show I otherwise may not have attended. I was not sure what to expect upon arrival, but I got everything I could have asked for—and so much more.

Once the doors opened, I quickly scoped out the merchandise table and planned to splurge on ROH gear. However, I first needed to find Brian Kelley to discuss the website and this piece you are reading now. Upon finding him, I talked with the High Voltage Wrestling promoter, TNT Keny G, and saw many familiar faces—Pierre Abernathy, Evan Gelistico, Billy McNeil, Kurt Styles and Gary the Barnowl, just to name a few.

I soon made my way back to the merchandise table and proceeded to spend $50 on a t-shirt and a hoodie, where I ran into Greg Jovi, who designed the FIST t-shirts. He told me that he needed to find Steven Kennedy because Kennedy told him that he would be there with bells on. Greg brought bells for Kennedy. Haha.

Prior to the actual start of the show, there were two ‘dark’ matches (for lack of a better word). The first one put Hunter Matthews against Steve Anthony. As the bout began, Matthews told the fans, “No cat calls, please.” Then, only moments into Matthews’ entrance, a “Hannah Montana” chant started. Anthony ended up catching Matthews with a quick roll-up for the pin. Having  never been to a show before, the opening match opened my eyes to what ROH truly is—entertaining, enjoyable and filled with superb wrestling.

The next dark match set Dirty Ernie against Brandon Marino. This bout did not do as much as the first to make me become an active follower of ROH, but it did keep me intrigued. Ernie secured the win after choking Marino on the ropes early in the game and then after losing control, he quickly regained his dominance and secured victory.

As the show truly got under way, the announcement came that MsChif would not compete and that the SHIMMER title would not be defended. However, a bonus match came about as a replacement.

Kenny King wrestled Kenny Omega in a spectacular display of athleticism. King had the first big takedown, which was followed up by back and forth action into a standoff that produced applause from the captivated audience. Soon after this, King and Omega found their way to the outside, where King pummeled Omega into the guardrail. Once they moved back into the ring, King delivered a beautiful snap suplex that received respectable praise. Omega gave the match a bit of humor when he said, “You son of a B!” following a nearfall. After connecting with an enziguri kick, Omega secured victory with a roll-up.

Rhet Titus and Sal Rinauro took on Grizzly Grimwood and Bushwhacker Luke Williams in the first of many tag team matches. Grimwood and Williams played to the crowd, causing Titus and Rinauro to use that to their advantage; but they were quickly thrown out of the ring. As the match progressed, both teams took it to the limit to please the crowd. They also proved their worth and showed me what I’ve been missing out on. Titus stole the victory for his team with a roll-up where he grabbed the tights.

The bonus match took place next, pitting Tony Kozina versus Bao Nguyen. Many people seemed uninterested in the match, and I heard grumblings from those sitting around me that this was not a good replacement for the SHIMMER title match. Personally, I thought the match was fine. It could have been better, but then again it could have also been much worse. Nonetheless, Nguyen and Kozina wrestled a fairly even match, where Nguyen’s athleticism outweighed Kozina’s near the end. Nguyen suplexed Kozina into a bridge and earned himself a three count.

An insanely impressive tag team gauntlet followed, with the first two teams being Brent Albright and Eric Stevens and Irish Airborne (Jake and David Crist). Both of these teams amazed me with their skill in the ring. Albright and Stevens advanced to the second round of the tournatment, and faced Sweet & Sour’s Davey Richards and Bobby Dempsey. Richards’ intensity translated to the fans, who ate up his presence. However, everyone seemed to care more for Dempsey, who Richards intentionally kicked and pounded on. The two did work together long enough to make it to the next round as Stevens tried to use a boot that Larry Sweeney threw into the ring, the referee disualified Stevens.

The Briscoe Brothers, Jay and Mark, rushed to the ring and made their presence felt against the weakened Dempsey and Richards. Bringing additional, pure athleticism to the bout, the Briscoes astounded me with their skill, as I hade never seen them prior to this show. As cohesively as the Briscoes worked together, Dempsey and Richards seemed to fall apart at the seems, which more than likely caused their downfall. After Jay and Mark left the ring, Sweeney attacked Dempsey and slapped him right across the face, which, among other things, caused Dempsey to sulk to the back, bloody nose and all.

A brief intermission ensued, and then the match I deemed my personal favortie began—Jimmy Jacobs and Delirious versus Ace Steel and Necro Butcher. The moment that Age of the Fall’s (AoTF) music blared through the speakers, I was hooked. I had heard a lot about AoTF online and from other people, but I did not fully appreciate them until seeing witnessing their presence live. So much happened in this match, and I got so captivated by the match, that I did not write down the specifics of what happened. These four men battled in and out of the ring, eliciting an “ROH” chant and applause from the crowd. In the closing moments of the bout, as Jacobs and Delirious had Necro and Steel in a weakened state, Jacobs gave a foreign object to Delirious who contemplated using it. Daizee Haze then came to ring side and talked him out of doing so, ultimately costing them the match. Haze apologized to Jacobs who walked away in disgust; she then raised Steel and Necro’s hands. When everyone else left the ring, Delirious received an overwhelming applause.

Tyler Black took on Austin Aries in a classic match that had fans raving for more. Before the bell rang, Aries got on the mic and said that he wanted to put everything aside and have a classic match with Black—and that they did. Both men showed their strengths and gave the fans everything they asked for. Aries and Black battled inside and outside the squared circle, in a match with too many nearfalls to count. Impressive move after impressive move warranted a “This is awesome!” chant. In the end, Black established his dominance as he defeated Aries, much to the delight of the jam-packed crowd. Aries received a standing ovation for his work as Black walked victoriously to the back.

The highly anticipated main event put Claudio Castagnoli and the ROH World Champion Nigel McGuinness against Jerry Lynn and Brian Danielson. A “Best in the World” chant rose up out of the crowd as McGuinness made his way to the ring. This was simply tag team wrestling at its best. Frequent tags, cutting the ring in half, multiple near falls and an all-together great chemistry between the teams made the match fantastic. Lynn secured his team’s fate while delivering a piledriver to Castagnoli.

After the final match, I spoke with Brian Kelley and Chuck from Slamzone, who only had positive things to say about the night. The matches were spectacular, the atmosphere was almost cult-like and everything came together perfectly. Now, I know I am not an expert, but, in my humble opinion, this show proved what wrestling is all about—pure competition, incredible athleticism and quality matches every match.

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LWA Host MWR Best of the Midwest Match –Tyler Black vs. Jeremy Wyatt

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 7, 2008

 

 

Ring of Honor Superstar Tyler Black

Ring of Honor Superstar Tyler Black

Missouri Wrestling Revival is thrilled to team up with Lethal Wrestling Alliance to sponsor the third match in the exclusive MWR Best of the Midwest series.

 

 

When: January 3rd

Where: O’Fallon, IL

 

The number one wrestler in the MWR top 100 Tyler Black will take on the current number one ranked wrestler in the Midwest Jeremy “The Rebel” Wyatt. This match will headline the weekend when LWA invites the fans out for back to back nights of wrestling to start the New Year with a bang!!

 

 

 

Tyler Black is the hottest rising star today, a native of the Midwest . In just three years in the sport he was ranked number 88 worldwide from the magazine Pro Wrestling Illustrated top 500 this year. A top star in the red hot promotion Ring of Honor that jump started the careers of CM Punk and Samoa Joe.  You can get first eye view of a guy who could very well be the next big star in the world.

Black thrills the fans with his electrifying and daring moves. Black has many moves that he assaults his opponents with and these are just a few of them, the 180 Corkscrew Enziguri Kick,  Snap Flatliner, Phoenix Spalsh are all that could lead to what Wyatt does not want to see the devastating finisher, God’s last gift (a vicious cradle DDT )

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jeremy Wyatt torments Ring of Honor’s Davey Richards in the corner of the ring.

 

One could make the claim that 2008 has been the year of the Rebel. With no regard for the fans he took a stranglehold of the LWA belt on October 24th after cashing his LWA medallion. He already has one victory of a ROH star when he defeated Davey Richards in November. Wyatt is ready to prove to the world that one of the best wrestlers is in the LWA. Look for him to punish Black with powerful strikes and a DDT of his own called the cropduster or the vicious Lighting spiral (snap cradle Olympic slam). 

 

 

This is the Super bowl of the Midwest with number one taking on number one. Wrestling fans you do not want to miss Wyatt vs. Black.

 

Matches Signed for night one: Granite City IL at the Rivers Edge complex.

 

 

 

 

IWA-Texas U-30 title on the line: Champion Nick Tyson vs. Mike Quackenbush

Submission Squad (Pierre Abernathy and Evan Gelistico) vs. Gary the Barn Owl and Billy McNeil

Dingo vs. All American Adam Rich

Brandon Espinosa vs. Steven Kennedy

 

Also signed: LWA Champion Jeremy Wyatt, Donovan Ruddick, Shorty Biggs, Mark Sterling, KC Karrington and more.

 

Matches Signed for Night Two: KOC hall in O’Fallon IL

 

LWA Championship Match: Champion Jeremy Wyatt vs. Tyler Black

IWA-TX U-30 Title on the line: Winner of Quack and Tyson vs. Gary the Barn Owl

Evan Gelistico vs. Loser of Quack/Tyson

Dingo vs. Shane Hollister

6 man scrample: Mike Sydal vs. Shorty Biggs vs. Mark Sterling vs. Pierre Abernathy vs. Hunter Matthews vs. KC Karrington

 

Also Signed for Night Two:  Adam Raw, Donovan Ruddick, President Luke Roberts, Steven Kennedy and more.

 

Tickets for these events will be: $10 in advance or $15 at the door.  However you can reserve tickets for both nights for $15.  However you will have to purchase both tickets on the first night when you get to the show.

 

 

 

 

For more information go to LWA Wrestling

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