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Posts Tagged ‘MWR Missouri Champion’

Night of Champions 3 Photo Recap A Magical Night Jon Webb, Karim Brigante, Miss Monica, Kyle Roberts

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 29, 2018

From Patrick Brandmeyer

Photos Brian Kelley

 

-Karim Brigante(w/ Women’s Champion Miss Monica Passeri) d. “The” Ace Hawkins to win the MWR Missouri Title; Monica stopped Ace from walking out on the match, leading to Karim winning with the pop-up forearm smash (12:53).

”The Heartthrob” Jaden Roller(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) d. “The Wrestler For The People” Rex Fults. “The Mouth Of The South” Jimmy Hart stopped Curtis from using his briefcase as a weapon, but the outside distraction allowed Roller to blindside Rex with his own nightstick behind the referee’s back for the cheap win (11:10).

 

Jayden Dominic Rose d. Jack Gamble in a strap match to retain the Jr. Heavyweight Title. Gamble nearly won, but Rose spit mist in Gamble’s eyes before tagging the four turnbuckles for the win (16:38).

 

Miss Monica Passeri d. Savanna Stone with a tilt-a-whirl takedown into a Fujiwara armbar to retain the Women’s Title (8:56); Stacey O’Brien was the special guest referee. After the match, Stacey decked Monica and nearly left with the belt before Monica got it back and chased her out of the ring.

-”The Hybrid Ace” Jon Webb d. “The Legacy” Leland Race(w/ “Can-Do” Curtis Dearling) in a no-DQ match to win the Heavyweight Title; Race missed a swing with a chair and it rebounded off the top rope into his face. Webb capitalized with the Asai DDT for the title-winning pinfall (20:48).

”Big Poppa Pump” Scott Steiner & Kyle Roberts d. “Superstar” Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa to win the Tag Team Titles. Fender & Espy attacked Steiner with chairs and destroyed his leg before the bell, leaving Roberts to fight alone for most of the match. As Roberts got an opening, Steiner limped to ringside and threw in a chair, which Roberts used to take out Espy with a Van Daminator behind the referee’s back! That allowed Roberts to pin Espy to win the belts for his unlikely tag team (16:17)!

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Missouri Wrestling Revival MO Champion Ace Hawkins is Ready for Karim Brigante

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 7, 2018

The MWR Missouri Champion Ace Hawkins will defend his title against Rome Italy’s very own Karim Brigante on March 10th. The event will be at Harley Race’s Night of Champions 3 with legends Race, JJ Dillion, Jimmy Hart, Scott Steiner, Bob Orton Jr, in attendance and many of the top young talent in the country go at it in one of the very biggest nights of the year for 2018.

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MWR Missouri Champion Ace Hawkins Opponent at CCW -AN IRON WILL: The Gregory Iron Story-

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 7, 2018

CCW One Night Riot

February 24, 2018
A.C. Brase Arena
Cape Girardeau, Mo

The Riot

A 20-man, over-the-top-rope battle royal to determine the number-one contender to the CCW Championship. Brandon Barbwire and Dell Tucker will start the match, and another wrestler enters every 90 seconds!

The winner of The Riot will face CCW Champion “Best of the Best” Austin Lane in a main event championship match!
Espy’s Feud With the Administration Continues

Bishop Cage
vs.
Brandon “Espy” Espinosa

CCW Women’s Championship

Diamond Doll (C) (w/ Jeff O’Dell)
vs.
“Sweet” Sarah Summers

CCW Tag Team Championship

The Pinnacle (C) (w/ Jeff O’Dell)
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Marko Stunt and Mikey McFinnegan

Hair vs. Hair!

Van “The Man” Van Horn (w/ Jeff O’Dell)
vs.
“Sexy” Sarge O’Riley

PLUS

A special announcement regarding the CCW SuperShow II on April 21!

Doors Open at 6pm • Bell Time 7pm
Card subject to change.

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Ace Hawkins Reclaims the MWR Missouri Championship at Dynamo Pro Wrestling

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 31, 2017

Photo Credit Zach Price

By Patrick Brandmeyer

 Ace Hawkins def. Brandon Espinosa in a no-DQ match to regain the MWR Missouri Title for the second time.

The referee accidentally got superkicked by Espinosa, so he wasn’t available to make the count after Espy caught a suicide dive and turned it into a brainbuster on the floor.

Espinosa tried to set up for a brainbuster onto a set-up chair, but Ace fought out of the move and delivered a somersaulting Ace Crusher onto the chair. Ace hit several big moves in a row, ending with a jumping DDT for the victory (18:20)!

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MWR Missouri Champion Ace Hawkins vs Brandon Espinosa CCW – Rematch at MMWA in Ladder Match May 13

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 6, 2017

 

They will be be in action once again next weekend at MMWA in a ladder match for the MWR MO Championship!!

 

 

 

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The Ace Age is Here- Ace Hawkins Wins MWR MO Title- MMWA Tournament Continues

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 26, 2017

Photos: Brian Kelley
Results Credit: Ben Simon and Patrick Brandmeyer

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Heavyweight Title Series: Da’Marius Jones d. J’Mal Swagg with the Paydirt (5:49). (Jones 3 points, Swagg 2 points)

-Garrett Shanks d. A.J. Williams(w/ B.T. Daramola) by DQ when B.T. attacked Shanks (1:12); newcomer Frodo Meyer made the save, setting up a tag match.

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-Garrett Shanks & Frodo Meyer d. A.J. Williams & B.T. Daramola when Shanks pinned B.T. after an Eye Of The Hurricane (6:56). Williams & Da’Marius Jones turned on B.T. after the match.

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-Damion Cortess d. Flaming Freddie Fury after a modified Olympic Slam (2:57).

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The former MWR Missouri Champion Brandon Espinosa prepares to watch the MWR title defense of Barackuswith SBAC TV. Barackus defeated Espinosa the month before and was set to face one of Espinosa’s proteges Ace Hawkins.

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-Heavyweight Title Series: “The” Ace Hawkins d. Barackus with a somesrsault Ace Crusher to win the MWR Missouri Title (7:26). (Hawkins 5 points, Barackus 3 points)

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THE Ace Hawkins sends a message to the former MWR MO Champion that is his time in 2017 to be the man.

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-Heavyweight Title Series: Brandon Espinosa d. Moondog Rover via sunset flip (12:38). (Espinosa 3 points, Rover 0 points)

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-“Da Bomb” Brian James & Leone Mephisto d. “Night Train/Gorgeous/Great One” Gary Jackson & The Big Texan; James hit Jackson with a chain before finishing him with the sitout gourdbuster (13:58).

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A great place to celebrate your birthday is at a wrestling match like this young lady in the middle with her friends.

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-Jayson Khaos d. “The Enforcer” Jimmy D after a sliding lariat (3:55).

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-Deacon Cash d. Varik Morgan in a last-man-standing match to win the vacant Cruiserweight Title; Morgan was unable to answer the ten-count after a chair beatdown by Cash (17:56).

-Heavyweight Title Series scoreboard: Ace Hawkins 5, Da’Marius Jones/Barackus/Brandon Espinosa 3, J-Mal Swagg 2, Moondog Rover 0.

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2016 MWR Wrestler of the Year – Mike Outlaw / Dez Wellston

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 16, 2017

1Mike Outlaw continued his rise to be one of the top young talents in the Midwest in 2016 by seeking out the toughest competition he could find. Starting the year off Outlaw challenged Brandon Espinosa in a hard core match before setting his sights to St. Louis Anarchy. Though Outlaw would struggle in the win department at SLA, he quickly earned the respect and love of their passionate fan base.

 

He would team up with Justin D’Air in a tag team classic at High Risk Wrestling against the Riegel Twins (Logan & Sterling) for the vacated Tag Team Championship. Due to the loss, the two friends quickly became enemies that were set for a brutal ending later in the year.

 

 

Outlaw, a former Dynamo Pro Wrestling Champion would set his sights on regaining the title against his archrival Jake Dirden. During this time he entered the WLW Jr. Championship tournament, losing to Jayden Fenix, who would go on to lose to Jon Webb in the finals.

In June, Outlaw would enter the High Risk Wrestling Mayhem tournament defeating Jake Dirden in the first round. In the triple threat finals, Outlaw won the championship over former PWI Rookie of the Year Ace Hawkins and Kiyoshi Shizuka.

In July, he challenged MWR Missouri Champion Brandon Espinosa at MMWA in a hard fought contest, just coming up short. Two weekends later, Outlaw earned the biggest win of his young career when he pinned Ring of Honor superstar Delirious. In August, Outlaw, would add his second Dynamo Pro Wrestling title to his resume by defeating Jake Dirden. A title he would hold until December when Brandon Aarons. Outlaw would end the year losing a thrilling last man standing match against D’air at High Risk Wrestling.

Outlaw would wrestle throughout the Midwest for Dynamo Pro, Saint Louis Anarchy, PWCS, MMWA, Proving Ground, WIA, New Breed Pro, Metro Pro, High Risk Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Resurgence . He would have killer matches with the likes of Davey Vega, Gary Jay and fellow young star Kevin Lee Davidson. His hard work would pay off as he now heads into 2017 as a full time NWL contracted superstar, now named Dez Wellston.

2015 MWR Awards
Wrestler: Jeremy Wyatt

2014 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Ricky Cruz

2013 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Jake Dirden

2012 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Adam Pearce

2011 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Brandon Espinosa

2010 MWR Year Awards
Wrestler: Mike Sydal

2009 Awards
Wrestler: Mark Sterling

2008 Awards
Wrestler:  Jeremy Wyatt

Look for an exclusive MWR Mike Outlaw / Dez Wellston exclusive artwork honoring him for his achievement from acclaimed artist Dartallion Allen Jr. in the future.

If you would like to sponsor the MWR Wrestler of the Year Plaque for Outlaw/ Wellston then please contact MWR at flairwhoooooo@yahoo.com. The cost is $50.00 and you will receive a past MWR Yearbook, a Tyler Black (Seth Rollins rookie card) and a mention on the MWR Website.

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Episode Fifteen of the AJ Awesome Show – Brandon Espinosa

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 26, 2016

Episode Fifteen of the AJ Awesome show. We hope you enjoy it! Please subscribe if you liked this video!

Music credits: “Frag Out” – DJ Assass1n and “Not Gonna Die” – Skillet. Please visit these artists’ websites to learn more about their music

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Ricky Cruz Reflects on his Career in the Midwest- See Him One Last Time on Saturday

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 23, 2016

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When Ricky Cruz told me recently that he was calling it a career for some reason I just did not compute that it would actually happen. Maybe I was in denial. Time passed and to be honest I had forgotten all about it till I was having breakfast at Denny’s with my friends Ben Simon, Patrick Brandmeyer and Gary Weiss and it was one of the main topics this past Friday night.

To say that Ricky Cruz was influential in the Midwest since his debut in 2011 would be an understatement. One of the top stars in his country of Puerto Rico, fans quickly fell in love with not only the wrestling skills that Cruz possessed but the rare charisma that only a few are blessed with. In fact other than Brandon Espinosa and Jeremy Wyatt  there most likely is no other wrestler that I photographed or wrote their name on our site more throughout his time in the Midwest, than “The King of Chaos”, Ricky Cruz.

There is no doubt that his feuds and matches with the likes of Ron Powers, Jeremy Wyatt, Adam Pearce,  and Jake Dirden will be remembered for years to come. More than once I have seen a crowd that was dead for one reason or another come alive as Cruz was able to establish a connection with them and get them to their feet.

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Cuz always took the time to help other young stars in the area along the way with advice in and out of the ring. Though I have mentioned it more than once already it can’t be stated enough the connection that Ricky Cruz had with his fans, young and old. As a photographer he made my job FUN and easy when it was time to get that awesome photo of a wrestler with his fans, before, during and after the matches. If I only had a dollar each time a fan asked for me to take their photo with him through the years I could take December off.

He would go on to star for almost every respectable company in the MWR Coverage area, winning titles and being named the 2014 MWR Wrestler of the Year. We were also honored to have him be a part of the first series of the MWR Trading card set at number #78.

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When Ben Simon came up with the idea of having a MWR Missouri Title, Ricky Cruz became the first ever champion when he defeated Jake Dirden. I am forever grateful that he took pride in carrying the title that had the MWR name throughout the state of Missouri. We had so much fun through his reign working with several top promotions and wrestlers along the way.

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This Saturday I hope that you join me as we say farewell to Ricky Cruz as he takes on his arch rival Jake Dirden one last time at Dynamo Pro Wrestling at the Ready Room on Saturday night.

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I leave you with Ricky Cruz’s final goodbye through social media, but it will be so much sweeter for you to say goodbye to him in person.

By the way Ricky if you decide to renege on this announcement afterwards I am all for it.

Cruz can’t lose.

Brian Kelley – Missouri Wrestling Revival Owner and Editor

Thank you!!

Since May 2011 I’ve had the opportunity to be here in the mid-west doing what I love, WRESTLING. It’s been great to have the chance to entertain the fans and work with so many talented people.

I wanted to take a minute before this 2 last matches and thank the people that have help me and encourage me to continue doing what I love when I thought I would never set foot in a ring ever again. When I came to St. Louis I was injured and I was never to wrestle again or at least that’s what I was told by my Dr. but that wasn’t the case.

As I was getting better I had the chance to meet Keith Smith and Tony Costa, two gentleman that has been in wrestling forever. They gave me a place to train and later on my first opportunity to come back to the ring. For that I will forever be grateful.

Also thanks to Herb Simmons because he gave me a chance to do great things at SICW. Even when we don’t see eye to eye in a couple of things this days I still appreciate the opportunity and the faith he had in me and my work. I hope one day we can seat at Steak and Shake like we use to and talk wrestling.

I have to thank all the veterans that helped in any way, Keith, Chester, Gary, Pete, for all the advice and their comments. Thank you for helping me be better at this craft.

To Dynamo Pro

For giving me a home, a family, and a purpose. It has been an amazing journey with the group and I will definitely miss the shows. Jim Yount, don’t ever quit, don’t ever slow down, you have something really special in your hands.

Crystal Yount my big sis, thank you for always being the voice of reason, for always believing in me and always care about was going on with me. You are family to me!

To the Dynamo staff

From the announcers, photographer, merchandise tables, security, Door, everybody, I will miss hanging out all the time. thanks for the good times!

To my family

Thank you for always keeping me going, for the support and for showing up and surprising me at the shows, it always meant a lot to me

Amanda, what can I say, my corner stone, you being there at every show made it so much bigger. Thank you for not only supporting me but for living the wrestling life with me, the pains, the road trips, the endless nights, the merch table, the driving, the weeks away from each other, the sacrifices and the Iron Skillets hehehe

To the boys

Thank you for the training sessions, the road trips, the stories the laughs and the matches. It’s been amazing to spend all this time with you guys. I love you all! Except you Espy…… hehehe
To the guys like Espy, Dirden, Outlaw, Wyatt, Shorty, Dingo, Pearce, Noriega, Discovery, Barry HP, it was an honor and a privilege to be in the ring with you. Thank you for making me look better than I am hehehe!

To MWR

Thank you for covering my matches, for the pics, and for the awards. Thanks to you I always had pics to send my son. Thanks Brian!!

To all the companies in the area

MMWA,SICW, DYNAMO,CWA,3XW,METRO,NEW BREED,GWF,IWA MID,GATEWAY ELITE,GALLI

Thank you for the opportunity, the respect and the chance to perform in front of the crowds.
To the fans thank you for always supporting me, for buying my merch, for screaming and chanting and making it fun for me. I’m truly grateful for all of it.

Its been amazing!!

Last 2 matches, lets make them count!!!

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11.26.16 Ready Room St. Louis – Ricky Cruz vs Jake Dirden

12.11.16 Galli Arena Chicago – Ricky Cruz vs El Mesias

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Jared’s Jumbles CCW Recap

Posted by flairwhoooooo on September 1, 2016

By Jared Smith
Video Credit Paul Beauchamp of Rasslin On Facebook

Cape Championship Wrestling made a splash in its inaugural show in July and this past weekend, they raised the bar once again with their CCW Homecoming show at the historic AC Brase Arena Building in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. The Arena Building was once a tour stop for International Championship Wrestling, which was ran by Angelo Poffo and featured his son’s Lanny Poffo and, oh what was his name…oh yeah, Macho Man Randy Savage! History flows through this building and now, Cape Championship Wrestling calls it home!

The night kicked off with promoter Ken Murphy and GM Hunter Hendricks in the ring, in which Hunter Hendricks noted that The Pinnacle, led by Jeff O’Dell, had been making things rough and that he was going to do his best to ensure that tonight went smoothly. Suddenly, The Pinnacle’s music hit. Jeff O’Dell, Sarge O’Riley, Billy Hills, Sarah Summers and CCW Champion, Brandon Barbwire, came to ringside. In a show of dominance, they cornered Hunter Hendricks, before Jeff O’Dell laid out his group’s plans for dominance for the evening, even saying they would show up in the main event.

The first match of the night featured a very well-traveled and well-respected veteran, “Tornado” Tony Kozina taking on young challenger CJ Shine. CJ Shine tried to us his overly confident (ie, cocky) demeanor to bully Kozina throughout the match. However, once Tony laid in some MASSIVE knife edge chops, the momentum slowly began to turn toward Kozina. Tony hit a vaulting senton bomb, then later hit a springboard bulldog to secure the win!

Up next, BT Daramola took on God’s Gift to Wrestling “Drop Dead” Dale Wylde. Daramola got the crowd behind him early on. Wylde, after he continued to admire himself in his mirror, slowed the pace of the match by grinding the momentum down and controlling the energy of Daramola. Wylde slipped in a few, well, less than honest attacks and ultimately took the win by a quick schoolboy roll up.

Sexy Sarge was up next and in the weeks prior to Homecoming, he had issued an open challenge, stating that if nobody answered it, he would still come down and give the fans a show. His idea of a show would be a tutorial on what he calls “porn star dancing.” Thank the Good Lord above that his challenge was answered while he was in the ring by none other than young star Hollis Giroux! Jeff O’Dell, assuming Hollis was out to join The Pinnacle, soon learned that Hollis was out there to stop Sarge’s display. This was a great match with a lot of back and forth action, even some outside interference from Jeff O’Dell. The match ended when O’Dell mistakenly tripped up Sarge while hitting the rops, which led to a Superkick and a victory for Hollis Giroux. After the match, Sarge and O’Dell had words which almost led to Sarge punching O’Dell when suddenly, Drop Dead Dale Wylde ran into the ring to save Jeff O’Dell! After that, O’Dell claimed that Sarge had been replaced by a younger, better looking version, to which Sarge replied that he didn’t need The Pinnacle, that he regretted the decision to join and was now out to reclaim the love from the fans.

Coming back from intermission, GM Hunter Hendricks came out to announce there was a change in the women’s match. Paloma Starr had been booked to take on Lil Bit, however, Paloma was unable to attend due to other obligations. Lil Bit’s new opponent turned out to be none other than her nemesis, Diamond Doll! Lil Bit and Diamond Doll had a match on the inaugural show, which resulted in Diamond Doll attacking Lil Bit after the bell. These two had another intense match with each other, featuring a lot of back and forth offense and flat out brawling. The ending saw Diamond Doll roll up Lil Bit and use the ropes for leverage for the win due to the fact that the ref didn’t see the feet on the ropes! I smell a rubber match coming!

The following match featured a title defense of the prestigious Missouri Heavyweight Championship, featuring champion Brandon Espinosa making his CCW debut against Farmer Billy Hills with Sarah Summers. Farmer got this match after he, seemingly, took out his prior opponent “The Fury” Jason Vaughn in what we will just call an automobile accident. Early on, Farmer used his size and strength to push Espy around the ring. Espy was able to turn the tides with his quickness and his own deceptive strength. Billy began favoring his shoulder midway through, but was still able to weather the storm of power moves, showing his grit and determination. Suddenly, Jason Vaughn’s music started playing and a bewildered Hills looked at the entrance. This gave Espy enough time to launch an attack that, in the end, resulted in a win from an armbar submission. What a performance from both guys and a great title defense from Espinosa!

The co-main event was up next, featuring The Monster, Jake Dirden against CCW Champion, Brandon Barbwire with Jeff O’Dell. Ever since winning the CCW Championship in July, Brandon has developed his boisterous personality, and came into the night with a large chip on his shoulder due to the fact he wasn’t in the main event. Jake Dirden came into the night with one thing in mind, to claim a title and destroy Barbwire. This match was a slugfest, with the champ, Barbwire, taking large amounts of punishment early on. However, Barwire absorbed the damage and turned the tides after throwing Dirden into the ring post outside. Toward the end of the match, Barbwire ran to grab the CCW Title belt and then brought it into the ring as a weapon! Dirden, seeing what was transpiring, knocked the belt from Barbwire’s hand, then hit The Cure on the belt! It looked like a sure-fire win, however, Jeff O’Dell distracted the referee long enough for Barbwire to be able to kick out of the eventual pin. This ignited the Monster, as he lunged for O’Dell, who was now on the ring apron. Barbwire attacked, but again was hit with The Cure, which again, O’Dell distracted the ref. Dirden went after O’Dell one more time, however, this time the champion was able to hit Dirden with the belt to take the win and hold onto his title.

The Main Event of the evening featured one of the biggest names on the independent wrestling scene across the world, Ricochet! There’s a chance you’ve seen him on Lucha Underground as Prince Puma, or possibly from the match against Will Ospreay, among many others, but he brought his insane talents to Cape Girardeau for a huge match up with the Best of the Best, Austin Lane. Prior to the match, Hunter Hendricks brought out a second referee to stand guard to prevent The Pinnacle from coming to ringside. The match started with some humor as Austin Lane refused to shake Ricochet’s hand, but then business picked up in a hurry as both guys were able to reverse out of a series of chain wrestling holds, in which neither guy was able to gain an advantage, each competitor holding a counter for the other’s move. Ricochet finally gained an advantage outside with a series of chops which led to him being able to hit The People’s Moonsault in the middle of the ring once they returned. However, Austin Lane was able to regain his composure and launch a counter attack and at one point, scoring a 2.9999 count. The athletic abilities of these two wowed the crowd. At one point, Jeff O’Dell tried to interfere, but was caught at the entrance area and sent back. The match ultimately went in the favor of Ricochet, with a wonderful sequence of his Benadryller kick, followed by a high knee to the face, and capped off with a well-executed Shooting Star Press. During the celebration, The Pinnacle ran down to ringside and attacked Austin Lane, which prompted Ricochet to run back out and help his opponent. Hunter Hendricks came out and stated that since Brandon Barbwire was so desperate to get into the main event, that he will be on the next show against 2 TUFF TONY! After that announcement, The Pinnacle was sent back, while Austin Lane thanked Ricochet and the crowd.

 

Cape Championship Wrestling will be back at the AC Brase Arena Building for their next card on September 24th, featuring 2 Tuff Tony and Brandon Barbwire for the CCW Title, plus many matches still to come! Don’t miss out on another great show in September!

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