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Posts Tagged ‘Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri Champion’

World League Wrestling 10-20-2018 Recap Jon Webb, Karim Brigante, Miss Monica

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 26, 2018

Photos by Brian Kelley

Fan photos of WLW

Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri Champion Karim Brigante d. World League Wrestling Jr. Heavyweight Champ Jayden Dominic Rose by countout

Miss Monica Passeri d. Camron Bra’Nae by submission

The Stacey O Show hosted by the WLW Ladies Champion Stacey O’Brien. Leland Race had hoped to shock the champion by being one of her masked goons only for Stacey to have the World League Wrestling Jr. Heavyweight Champ Jayden Dominic Rose as the other mask goon. This must have been extra sweet for Rose because Race had made an impact in his match against Karim Brigante earlier in the night.

Brandon Espinosa d. Da’Marius Jones

World League Wrestling Heavyweight & Italian Wrestling Association Champ Jon Webb fought Jack Gamble, Austin Cravens & Jaden Roller to a no contest (four-way elim)

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MMWA Championship Match Moondog vs Ace Hawkins, MWR MO Champion Espinosa vs Cash July 8th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 2, 2017

The South Broadway Athletic Club and MMWA Wrestling crown a champion as Moondog Rover and Ace Hawkins face off in the final of a tournament that began in January.

Also on the card, Brandon Espinosa defends his MWR Missouri Heavyweight title against Deacon Cash.

*If Espinosa makes weight limit, Cash’s belt is on the line as well. Espinosa has expressed he has no intention to drop weight for this match up.

It’s Christmas in July! Come win our fabulous door prizes! Tickets are $9, and only $4 for kids.

 

South Broadway Athletic Club
2301 S. 7th Street, St. Louis 63104

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High Risk Wrestling in Warsaw, Missouri Feb, 2017 Recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 2, 2017

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Meet and Greet during intermission.

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MWR MO Champ Ace Hawkins d. Justin D’Air to win the HRW Mayhem Title

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HRW Heavyweight Champ Jay Howard fought Karim Brigante w/ Miss Monica to a double countout

HRW would like to thank all the great fans who came out and we look forward to seeing you at our next Event on April 15th!

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MWR Missouri Champion Barackus vs Ace Hawkins at MMWA’s Lone Survivor on Feb 11th

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 31, 2017

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MMWA presents Lone Survivor on 2/11/2017
Part 2 of the Championship Series
FIRST TIME EVER MATCH UP!!!
Brandon Espinosa (0-1 0pts) vs Moondog (0-1 0pts)

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Garrett Shanks vs AJ Williams

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MMWA presents Lone Survivor on 2/11/2017
Part 2 of the Championship Series
Da’Marius Jones (0-1 0pts) vs J-Mal Swagg (1-0 3pts)

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MMWA presents Lone Survivor on 2/11/2017
Part 2 of the Championship Series
MWR MO CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH!!!
Ace Hawkins (1-0 2pts) vs Barackus (c) (1-0 3pts)

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02/11/2017 MMWA (St. Louis, Missouri) @the Historic South Broadway Athletic Club 2301 South 7th Street Tickets 1-314-776- 4833

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MMWA Delivers High Voltage this Saturday Brandon Espinosa vs Ace Hawkins for the MWR MO Title

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 9, 2016

The first match announced will feature J-Mal Swagg vs Da’Marius Jones of 2.0 at High Voltage on Nov 12th!

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Champion vs Champion.
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The deck is stacked against the challenger as KLD takes on the MMWA Champion AJ Williams with the muscle of 2.0, B.T. Daramola at ringside. It all goes down at High Voltage!!!14915611_1796528430625832_655354294892379095_n

These two cannot seem to ever get along. Moondog will take on Jimmy D in a No DQ Dog Collar match at High Voltage!

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Another highly anticipated match is on the way as Brandon Aarons takes on Super Electro @ High Voltage

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The huge Survivor Series match as Barakus, Brian James, Matt Jones and Jason Roberts takes on Gary Jackson , Decon Cash, Damion Cortess and Big Texan.

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Former friends will finally collide in an explosive match as Brandon Espinosa defends his  Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri Championship against “The” Ace Hawkins. @High Voltage

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South Broadway Athletic Club
2301 S 7th St, St. Louis 63104

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Mike Sydal Retains HRW Championship, Justin D’Air Gets Revenge, Espy Continues to roll, BABEWATCH is Back

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 30, 2016

Add the High Risk Wrestling Facebook Page here so you can check out the full photo recap later this week, thanks to HRW Promoter Frank Thurman

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Fans enjoyed the St. Louis Wrestling Hall of Fame on tour was in attendance in Warsaw, Missouri for HRW

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Kiyoshi Shizuka d. Elvis Aliaga & Danny Adams (triple)

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Barackus d. Kevin Lee Davidson

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Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri Champion Brandon Espinosa d. Jack Gamble

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Paco Gonzalez fought Jay Howard to a time limit draw

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Brandon Espinosa & Brandon Aarons d. Jack Gamble & Matt Kenway to win the vacant HRW Tag Titles

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HRW Heavyweight Champ Mike Sydal d. Tony Kozina

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Justin D’Air d. Mike Outlaw to win the HRW Mayhem title

High Risk Wrestling Presents “Final Fight” on Friday, December 2nd, at the Warsaw Community Building in Downtown Warsaw, Missouri! The doors open at 7:00PM and The First Bell is at 8:00PM!

After reviewing the footage from October 21st in the HRW Championship Match, it’s obvious that Tony Kozina’s foot was on the rope before the 3 count!

Therefore, after having two great matches against the Champion and there yet to be a clear winner, Tony Kozina absolutely deserves another rematch!

However, since I had already signed the Championship match for December 2nd, prior to October 21st, it can’t be then.

After Talking with Tony, he said that he doesn’t want to make excuses and doesn’t want anything handed to him.

Per his request, Mr. Kozina will be in a number one contenders match on December 2nd, so that he can earn his way back into Title contention!

His opponent will be named next week!

I can now officially announce the Championship match for “Final Fight”!

Champion, Mike Sydal will have his toughest challenge to date as he will defend against a former ROH World Champion / former TNA – Impact Wrestling World Tag Team Champion, who is known around the World as one of The Best Technical Wrestlers alive today!

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HRW High Risk Championship Match!
“The Yoga Monster” Mike Sydal (c) VS “The American Wolf” Davey Richards

Also featuring:

High Risk Women’s Match!
“Miss Natural” Heather Patera VS Angelina Love

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NEW Ticket Prices are in effect!

All tickets are for Ringside!

$15 for Adult’s

$10 for Kids 10 years old and younger

To reserve tickets, just send HRW a message with your name and number of tickets needed!

HRW’s “Final Fight”
Friday, December 2nd
Doors 7:00PM, Bell 8:00PM

Warsaw Community Building
181 W. Harrison
Warsaw, MO.
65355

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New MWR Missouri Champion Brandon Espinosa, Big Night for High Level Enterprise

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 22, 2016

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By Patrick Brandmeyer

Photos Brian Kelley

The show started with Brian Kelley presenting the 2015 Missouri Wrestling Revival Tag Team Of The Year plaques with sponsor Jack Tierney to High Level Enterprise(Jack Gamble & Jon Webb). The ceremony was interrupted by The Professionals(Shawn Santel & Mauler McDarby), who used underhanded tactics to beat HLE for the Tag Team Titles at the April show…they said the awards were nice but the title belts were even better. Of course, it would be a real downer for HLE to win those awards and then fall short in their return match for the belts…but we’ll get to that later.

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Rocket Mapache vs. C.J. Shine: Shine faced fan favorites in both of his matches on Saturday…I don’t know if that means he’s being positioned as an eventual rulebreaker, but time will tell how the fans react to his character. It was a quick competitive matchup, ending with Rocket avoiding a kick and getting the rollup pin in 4:00.

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“The Valedictorian” Keon Option & Justin D’Air vs. Billy McNeil & Jayson Khaos(w/ C.J. McManus): The fan support was divided in this one as Option & D’Air are popular, but so is Billy McNeil. The story of the match was the dissension between the Midnight Society members as Khaos and McManus wanted to break the rules and McNeil did not. The tension turned into a full-blown argument by the end of the match as they could have gotten the win over D’Air but lost focus. Option took the opportunity to jump in the ring and blitz Khaos with a series of moves, ending in an axe kick that led to D’Air scoring the three-count in 13:00. The Society totally fell apart after the bell as McNeil shoved C.J. to the mat and picked up a chair on his way out of the ring…but the sides parted ways without further incident.

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Lucy was nearly a factor in the outcome as she caused a distraction, allowing Shizuka to hit Outtkast with his Japanese flag pole behind the referee’s back. He followed up with a Perfectplex, but Outtkast barely kicked out before the three-count. The masked challenger set up to finish with a brainbuster, but Outtkast small-packaged him for the flash pin in 12:21 to retain his title.

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Makaze vs. “The Alternative” Ozzie Gallagher: Sadie Blaze made a surprise return to Dynamo Pro a few months ago and immediately had issues with his former student Gallagher over his underhanded tactics. He especially took issue with Gallagher’s disrespect toward masked wrestlers like Rocket, which is understandable given his masked alter-ego Makaze. Gallagher stole Rocket’s mask on one occasion and kept trying to swipe it again after Rocket reclaimed it; that finally drove Blaze to take matters into his own hands and bring “Makaze” back into action. Makaze’s one of the only guys from the first independent show I attended(in the spring of 2000) who’s still working today. The match itself was solid as a first chapter in the series…a near-ref bump allowed Gallagher to deliver a punt to the Universal Weak Point, then roll him up in a modified Oklahoma roll for the cheap pin in 8:40. I somehow suspect that this issue is not quite over, regardless of Gallagher’s sentiment on the matter.

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“The Millenial” Danny Adams vs. “The Filipino Warrior” Elvis Aliaga(w/ Lucy Mendez): Good heel wrestlers can take some time to appreciate and I feel like I’ve turned that corner with regards to Aliaga; he’s very underrated. Adams has proven his versatility in recent months as I’ve seen him work in both the fan favorite and rulebreaking roles. They had a really good matchup and Lucy got involved on more than one occasion…that led to Elvis rolling him up for the pin with feet on the ropes in 11:04.

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Mike Outlaw vs. “The Yoga Monster” Mike Sydal: These two nearly crossed paths a while back as Outlaw and Justin D’Air had been scheduled to face Mike and his brother Matt, but Matt’s travel issues ixnayed that potential bout. This was a battle of fan favorites and a good one; I’ll never quite understand why Ring Of Honor didn’t do more with Sydal. I joked that my money was on Mike to win this match and at least one fan tried to start a “Let’s Go Mike” chant…MARKET CONFUSION~! Sydal made the fatal mistake of dropping his yoga mat and going out to retrieve it for the sake of his Yogasault…Outlaw had enough time to roll out of the way of the move, then finished with the Mafia Kick in 12:23. Nicely done.

Post-match, Outlaw acknowledged Dirden’s absence and said he hadn’t had a fair rematch for the title since losing it in May of the previous year. He said that he wanted his title shot…and if Dirden wouldn’t give it to him, then he would stay on his trail until he got it. Glad to see he’s getting back into the title hunt…woo.

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The Professionals(Shawn Santel & Mauler McDarby) vs. High Level Enterprise(Jack Gamble & Jon Webb) for the Tag Team Titles: As noted, Santel & McDarby had captured the belts under dubious circumstances in April; this was the rematch. I think these teams are good foils for each other and I hope the series will continue after this point. Option & D’Air watched the match from ringside and seem to be positioned as future challengers. There’s also the possibility of the Black Hand Warriors re-entering the championship picture, not to mention the Midnight Society in whatever form it may take. The finish saw HLE isolate McDarby; Gamble picked up McDarby on his shoulders and held him for a superkick from Webb, then delivered a fireman’s-carry Michinoku Driver for the winning fall in 13:12…Gamble & Webb are now two-time Dynamo Pro Tag Team Champions! Option & D’Air made a point to hand the belts to the new champions…just like that, the hunters are once again the hunted.

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“The King Of Chaos” Ricky Cruz vs. Brandon Espinosa for the MWR Missouri Title: The history between these two runs deep over the past few years, including a brief reign as Dynamo Tag Champs. While it’s a source of bitterness for Espinosa that he had to start at the bottom of this promotion and claw his way to the top, Ricky has been a two-time Heavyweight Champion as well as SICW Classic Champion. These two had an altercation at the Cinco De Mayo show that led to Cruz pinning Espy in a six-man tag. The pre-match promos set up the bout as a sportsmanlike contest between the two, though both men have been known to throw the rulebook out the window. Each guy withstood the best that the other had to offer, including Espinosa surprisingly kicking out after the Cruz Control(swinging fisherman buster). Cruz unloaded with kicks, but Espy ducked the last one and rolled him up for the shockingly clean pinfall in 15:18! Ladies and gentlemen, we have a newwwww MWR Missouri Champion!

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New Breed Wrestling Brings Back Wrestling to Sedalia, Missouri

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 20, 2016

Missouri Wrestling Revival was excited to cover the return of pro wrestling in Sedalia, Missouri as the MWR Missouri Championship was on the line, a women’s tag match featuring 3 of the past MWR Female Wrestlers of the Year winners and the NWA Missouri Championship title bout.

Let us take a look at that historic evening.

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A High Risk Show Pays off in Warsaw

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 13, 2016

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On February 27, 2016 High Risk Wrestling, a St. Louis mainstay since 2014, brought their brand of wrestling to the small town of Warsaw, Mo. Frank Thurman, the owner of High Risk Wrestling, recently decided to move his shows from the St. Louis area to Warsaw.

The show was highlighted with the first round of a tournament to decide who the new High Risk Heavyweight Champion was going to be after Blake Belakis relinquished the title shortly before the move.

In the first match of the tournament we saw “The Yoga Monster” Mike Sydal pick up an impressive victory over Paco.
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The two high flyers put on an amazing match to open the show and really got the crowd of over a hundred people into the show from the start.

The show wasn’t just about the tournament though, The Magic Man  introduced the crowd to a special attraction.

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All the way from Japan, Kiyoshi Shizaka made his debut with the Magic Man issuing an open challenge on his behalf. As fast as his Monster fueled legs could carry him John E. Rock was in the ring and hyped for the challenge.
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In an impressive display of aerial maneuvers and super quick feet Shizaka proved to be a little too much for the crowd favorite, and beat Rock with a backslide pin. Showing his respect to the better man that night Rock bowed to his opponent before exiting the ring.

The theme of the night seemed to be sportsmanship and respect for one’s opponent up to that point in the night, but when Tyler Copeland extended his hand to Jack Gamble in the next quarter final match for the High Risk Championship bout, Gamble was treated to a boot to the gut for his trouble.
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Gamble shook it off and went to work on Copeland. The two men had a great back and forth match with multiple two counts, but Copeland decided Gamble came to close one too many times. With a quick low blow while the ref’s back was turned Copeland rolled up Gamble for the win.

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Next up the ultra-charismatic bad guy Elvis Aliaga took on The Math-Magician in the third quarter final match in the tournament.

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Elvis tried to confuse his opponent before the match even started with some impossible math problems, but they proved to be no problem for the Magician. Unfortunately, Aliaga himself proved to be a problem as he pinned him 1-2-3 to advance to the next round of the tournament.

The final match in the tournament that night saw two veterans, Tony Kozina and Jeremy Wyatt, in a one on one match that was easily main event material. As the two battled back and forth in the ring, “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton took an interest in the match and came out to ringside to observe. Eaton’s distractions kept Wyatt off his game just enough for Kozina to pick up the win and advance to the next round in the tournament.
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Obviously unhappy with the result of the match, Wyatt confronted the legend which quickly escalated from verbal confrontation to Wyatt laying Eaton out with a punch to the jaw. With all four matches in the tournament in the books we will see Mike Sydal, Tyler Copeland, Elvis Aliaga, and Tony Kozina advance to the semi-final round on April 23rd to decide who the next High Risk Champion will be.

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The newly coined MWR Missouri Championship was on the line next as champion Ricky Cruz defended his title against Brandon Aarons and his manager Garrett “Freakin” Williams.
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After much primping and preening by Aarons the match finally got underway. In a spectacular display of power and agility Cruz seemed to have Aarons number at every turn. Even with the constant interference of manager Williams, including choking the champion in the bottom rope and a jab to the throat from Aaron’s brush, Cruz came out on top retaining the coveted Missouri Title.

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The main event of the night was for High Risk Wrestling Tag Team Titles. Champions Mike Outlaw and Justin D’air took on the up and coming Riegel Twins to see who the best tag team in High Risk Wrestling was. Both teams were firing on all eight cylinders that night as they threw everything they had at each other. The Riegel Twins, who are relatively new to the wrestling scene, already have an impressive collection of tandem moves in their arsenal had their hands full with the champion duo of Outlaw & D’air.
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In an impressive display from both teams they battled back and forth and showed the crowd exactly why they all deserved to be in that championship match. With D’air on the shoulders of Logan, Sterling climbed to the top rope and delivered a devastating flying clothesline that put D’air down for the three count winning them their first tag team title victory in High Risk Wrestling.

After the match all four men shook hands in a show of respect even though a dejected Mike Outlaw was visibly upset about the loss of his belt.  Unfortunately, after hands were shook all around and the Riegels left the ring

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Outlaw, who was becoming more visibly upset as the celebration went on, took out his frustration on his partner D’air. Taking three referees and the Riegel Twins to pull him off the prone D’air, Outlaw left the ring only to be met by Bobby Eaton. For a second we prepared for a confrontation, but were surprised when Eaton simply raised his hand and nodded in approval to end the show.

With great stories told more through wrestling than talking, new wrestlers with different styles most haven’t seen before, diverse highly entertaining performers, and an overall family friendly atmosphere High Risk Wrestling really delivered for its audience. If this show is any indicator of the product Frank Thurman will continue to build on, his brand of wrestling is one we can expect many great shows from in the future. There is no doubt Warsaw Missouri has a new asset in their town.

 

From Promoter Frank Thurman

High Risk Wrestling Presents: “It’s good to be King!” on Saturday April 23rd in Warsaw, Missouri at The Knights of Columbus hall, with the doors opening at 6:00PM and the first bell at 7:00PM!

At this time I am honored to announce a Very Special Legend who will be available for you to meet and get autographs from!

Former WWE, ECW, WCW, NWA, SMW Superstar, “The Wild Eyed Southern Boy” Tracey Smothers!

All tickets are just $15 each for reserved ringside!

Advanced tickets are available at The Warsaw Chamber of Commerce in the Town Square!

HRW Presents: “It’s good to be King!”
Saturday, April 23rd
6:00PM Doors and 7:00PM Bell!

Knights of Columbus Hall
31687 Highway 83
Warsaw, Mo.
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