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Posts Tagged ‘Jonathan Grisham’

MWR Trading card #31 Jonathan Gresham

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 19, 2010

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To the fans of MWR, Jonathan Gresham may not be too familiar of a name. Don’t let that stop you from getting this great card of one of wrestling’s most exciting young stars.

Gresham was trained by former wrestling star MR Hughes and has parlayed that training into a chance to wrestle around the world.

Gresham has earned a reputation for great matches at IWA-Midsouth to Philadelphia’s CWZ to winning titles at Booker T’s PWA Promotion in Texas and is one half of the current HVW Tag Team Champions with Full Contact Dojo partner Ric King.

We are excited to one again bring to you the fans one of the top stars in the world with MWR Trading card #31 Jonathan Gresham

#1 The Northstar Express Darin Corbin and Ryan Cruz – 2008 MWR Tag team of the Year
#2 Mark Sterling– 2009 MWR Wrestler of the Year
#3 The Hooligans Devin and Mason Cutter – 2009 MWR Tag Team of the Year
#4 MsChif – 2009 MWR Female Wrestler of the Year
#5 Mike Sydal – 2009 Pro Wrestling Illustrated Rookie of the Year
#6 Jeremy Wyatt – 2008 MWR Wrestler of the Year, 2008 & 2009 MWR Match of the Year (vs. Michael Strider, vs. Tyler Cook)
#7 Santana G – Midwest Sweetheart
#8 Kahagas – The Tokyo Monster
#9 Mephisto – Hardcore Favorite
#10 Tyler Black – Ring of Honor World Champion
#11 Sir Bradley Charles – Rising star trained by Lance Storm
#12 Brandon Espinosa – Talented Superstar
#13 Dave Vaughn – The Wrestling Machine
#14 “The Future” Donovan Ruddick – The 6’9″ Monster
#15 Brandon Aarons – Current Triple Crown Champion in the Midwest
#16 Davey Richards – Arguably the best in the world today
#17 “Superstar” Steve Fender – First American wrestler to train in Pro Wrestling NOAH Dojo
#18 MR Late Nite – “Hollywood Super Agent”
#19 Eric Allen – The Pride of Peoria
#20 Eddie Edward – American Wolf
#21 Evan Money – The Pro Wrestling Kid
#22 Delirious – A Familiar Face from “The Edge of Insanity”
#23 Jason Jones – On the Path to Superstardom
#24 Tony Kozina – Rugged and Well-Traveled Veteran
#25 Jeromy Robb Senior Referee at 3XW and MECW
#26 Sean Vincent Canada’s Favorite wrestler
#27 Lucy Mendez – Midwest Latino Knockout
#28 Trevor Murdock – Former WWE Superstar
#29 Eric Davis –Senior referee at IHW and PWE

For a complete list of Missouri Wrestling Revival trading cards as well as WWE , TNA and Japan sets check out the website Wrestling trading cards.com here.

To purchase MWR Trading cards:

1) Catch the star at a show to have them autograph the cards personally
2) Contact them via facebook or myspace
3) Send $1.50 in money order or check for each card at *
Brian Kelley
305 West 3rd Salisbury Missouri 65281

*Checks will take longer to clear than money orders so expect time for that to happen. Make sure you list exactly what card you are wanting to have.

Please note that when purchasing MWR Trading cards from the wrestlers, that they decide the prices for their cards. We highly recommend that you get them from the stars themselves and let them know that you enjoy MWR.

These cards are limited and are not mass produced making them highly collectable.

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Brian Kelley’s NWA Dynamo/High Voltage Wrestling October 16th photo recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 7, 2010

Photos from Brian Kelley
Recap from Patrick Brandmeyer

The Magic Man leads Makaze into battle with Super Castaldi #13 (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Super Castaldi #13 had things going his way, that’s when the Magic Man distracted the ref to help his man Makaze.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Makaze would take advantage of The Magic Mans interference to get the first win of the night.

Makaze(w/ Magic Man) d. Super Castaldi XIII with the Osaka Jam.

KC Karrington retreats from Tyler Cook. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

KC Karrington has no problems bending the rules.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Cook is faster than the camera as he leap frogs Karrington. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Karrington steals a victory.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-K.C. Karrington d. Tyler Cook by countering a re-entry sunset flip into his own pinning combination and holding the ropes.

Early on Trent Stone runs rough shot on Billy McNeil with Walsh and OuKAsT in his sights. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Double clothesline sends a message that Stone is the man to beat. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After feeling the power of Trent Stone, Dan Walsh, Billy Mcneil and OuKAsT tries to come up with a plan. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

McNeil goes airborne !(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The multi talented OuKAsT balances on the ropes for a moment. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Trent Stone sets McNeil up for a powerslam. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

McNeil and Walsh works on OutKaSt together but….(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Stone power bombs McNeil and Walsh (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Trent stone looked unstoppable!(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Dan Walsh saw the chance to use the tights of Trent Stone to take home the HVW Livewire title. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Dan Walsh won a four-corner match with Billy McNeil, OuTtKaSt, and Trent Stone for the vacant HVW Livewire Title, pinning Stone with a rollup and handful of tights with feet on the ropes.

The Hooligans start off hot. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Throughout the Tag team Title match we would see Jonathan Gresham fly and wrestle, the man is just that good. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Like his partner Gresham, Ric King can do it all. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Full Contact Dojo would use a mixture of slow it down, speed it up that had the Hooligans on their heels. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

King uses the scorpion death lock. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

We have seen this before, it could be over for the Full Contact Dojo. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-The Full Contact Dojo(Jonathan Davis & Ric King) d. The Hooligans for the HVW Tag Team Titles; Davis pinned Devin Cutter after a swanton bomb by King followed by a shooting star press from Davis.

Now for a word from the new HVW Tag Team Champions.

Alexander Rudolph with manager Sadie Blaze rudely welcomes Kory Twist return to the ring (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Rudolph clubs Twist with a BIG right hand. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

It took more than one but the clothesline finally gets the big monster down. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Rudolph and Blaze offers Kory Twist no mercy. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Alexandre Rudolph(w/ Sadie Blaze) d. Kory Twist; Twist had the match won after a Soylent Green followed by the Leap Of Faith(splash off the top rope) but Sadie pulled Twist off the pin cover. Rudolph capitalized with a rollup and handful of tights for the cheap win.

The HVW Champion Kahagas. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kahagas had defeated Jeremy Wyatt once before in a title match, not many men can get two wins in a row from “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Down in the trenches Wyatt puts the weight on Kahagas. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Wyatt’s Kansas City Killers partner Mark Sterling comes out to distract the champ. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Wyatt’s Kansas City Killers partner Mark Sterling comes out to distract the champ. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

The Belt Collector Jeremy Wyatt adds the HVW Title to his many belts in the Midwest. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Jeremy Wyatt d. Kahagas to win the HVW Heavyweight Title; the referee was accidentally knocked down and Wyatt attempted to use the belt as a weapon, but Kahagas caught him in the Ki-Krusher with no one to count the pin. Mark Sterling ran out to keep the ref occupied, allowing Wyatt to connect on his second attempt to level Kahagas with the belt. The ensuing cover got a near-fall, but Wyatt was able to hit the Lightning Spiral to keep Kahagas down for the three-count and win the belt.

Mark Sterling tries to get into the head of Kevin X.(Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kevin X quickly lets Sterling know that he will not be a pushover. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Elbow from Sterling drops Kevin X . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Sterling tries to pull the arm off of the challenger. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Power slam from the powerful Kevin X has Sterling in DEEP trouble. . (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

After hitting the ref and getting himself DQ’D Sterling is quite proud of himself. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

Kevin X knocks the NWA Central States Champion out much to the delight of the fans. (Photo Credit Brian Kelley)

-Kevin X d. NWA Central States Champion Mark Sterling by DQ; Sterling tried to bring his belt into the ring but the referee stopped him. As the ref was getting the belt out of the ring, Kevin superkicked Sterling…he covered, but the referee was late getting over to count the pin and Sterling kicked out at two. Kevin lined him up for another superkick, but Sterling avoided it and blatantly bashed the referee with a forearm to the face to get disqualified and save his title. Sterling rubbed it in Kevin’s face after the match…only to get planted with a Pavement Drop(Flatliner)!

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