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Posts Tagged ‘Stacey O’ Brien’

World League Wrestling Photo Recap from Oct 6th Jon Webb, Austin Cravens, Jack Gamble New Tag Champions Main Event

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 18, 2018

World League Wrestling results from Troy, MO on 10/6 —

 

 

Kyle Roberts & Rex Fults d. Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa to win the WLW Tag Team Titles

Jaden Roller d. Da’Marius Jones

WLW Women’s Champ Stacey O’Brien d. Bra’Nae

Jack Gamble d. WLW Heavyweight Champ Jon Webb by DQ

WLW Champ Jon Webb d. Austin Cravens & Jack Gamble (triple)

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World League Wrestling TV Taping + Win WWE NXT Tickets This Saturday

Posted by flairwhoooooo on October 1, 2018

 

 

World League Wrestling returns to the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Missouri on October 6th! 2 huge main events are scheduled to take place as Jack Gamble challenges for the WLW Heavyweight Championship against Jon Webb and the newly formed tag-team of Kyle Roberts and REX will take on Superstar Steve and Brandon Espinosa for the WLW Tag-Team Championships! Stacey O’Brien will defend her title against WLW newcomer Bra’nae and much more!

We WILL be raffling off another set of 2 tickets for WWE NXT event on October 11th in St. Charles! The only way to get the chance to win is to attend our event on October 6th!

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TV Taping at World League Wrestling Sept 15th at the Race Wrestling Arena

Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 23, 2018

Harley Race’s World League Wrestling returns to the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Missouri on Saturday – September 15th! Adult tickets are $10 and children ages 5 and under are $5 if purchased in advance. Purchase tickets online at http://www.harleyrace.com

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Metro Pro Wrestling returns on October 2 in Kansas City!

Posted by flairwhoooooo on September 18, 2010

Metro Pro Wrestling returns to live event action on Saturday,
October 2, inside Turner Recreation Center in Kansas City, KS. Doors open at 6 p.m. Bell time is at 7 p.m.

The address of Turner Recreation Center is:

831 South 55th Street
Kansas City, KS 66106

Tickets are $15 for adults. Children 12 and under get in for $10!

You can purchase tickets at the door, or you can purchase them right now via PayPal! If you do purchase via PayPal, simply print your PayPal receipt and bring it to the event.

Click here to purchase tickets to the event.

On September 4, inside Turner Recreation Center in Kansas City, KS, the Metro Pro action returns for another television taping!

On the card will be:

– Trevor Murdock
– Superstar Steve Fender
– Mark Sterling
– Derek Stone
– Jeremy Wyatt
– Stacey O’Brien
– Tyler Cook
– Steven J. Girthy
– Brett Young
– Domino Rivera
– Pete Madden
– Sir Bradley Charles
– Casanova

More names to be announced prior to the show

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MMWA-SICW Jan. 17 recap

Posted by reimaginejournalism on January 29, 2009

By Kari Williams and Patrick Brandmeyer

MMWA-SICW kicked off its year in East Carondelet, IL with a night of unique match ups, with The Connection trying to control assert their dominance yet again and champions fighting for everything to retain their titles.

“Night Train” Gary Jackson took fans on an impressive ride during his main event battle with Connection Member Phil E. Blunt with Jackson’s Heavyweight title on the line. Connection Manager Travis Cook—who was at ringside with Blunt—tried getting involved in the match early on. When Blunt gained the upper hand and tossed Jackson to the outside, Cook attempted to attack the champion but ended up being chased around the ring by “Night Train,” causing just enough of a distraction for Blunt maintain the advantage. Slowly, Jackson began to turn the tide in his favor and he relentlessly pummeled Blunt. However, Blunt’s evil tactics took control once again, as he choked Jackson.

The fans were solely behind the champion, and once they started chanting for Jackson, he strived to get control, but Cook interfered yet again, right at the 10 minute mark. The two men then battled recklessly for the remainder of the bout, with each scoring nearfalls. Just as Blunt looked like he would gain the belt, he had a confrontation with Commissioner Keith Smith, causing just enough of a distraction for Jackson to score a victory with a roll-up.

After the match, Cook provoked Referee Jim Harris, and Harris took off his shirt, prompting Jackson to put it on and pretend that he would be the ref in a match between the two, but Cook ran to the back like a scolded dog. Jackson then told the Connection, if they want some, come get some, and he called out Shaft, who had been at ringside watching the match.

Jeremy Lightfoot and Shaft continued their seemingly endless feud once again. However, they seemed to have a newfound respect for one another, as the match began with a handshake. Although slow to get started, Lightfoot and Shaft turned their bout into a brawl as they went back and forth, both inside and outside of the ring. At one point, Lightfoot shot Shaft into the table with the ring bell and Shaft landed face first on the bell and even pulled it down with him. Later on, as the two men waged battle on the outside yet again, Lightfoot took a fan’s (my) water bottle, drank nearly all that was left, then smashed the bottle over Shaft’s head. The match ended in a double count out at just over 16 minutes and the two continued fighting to the back.

Previously, the fan favorite, A.J. Williams defended his Junior Heavyweight Title against Bobby D. The challenger controlled the beginning of the match and when Williams appeared to have injured his knee, D took notice and targeted the area. Just after the five minute mark, Williams had the opportunity to connect with a superkick, but he could not capitalize on the situation. With guts and determination, Williams continued his attack, despite the injury, and though D snuck in a few select offensive moves, Williams decisively ended the bout with another superkick at 11:20.

The Connection’s newest and most promising member, Dave Vaughn took on Eric Brewer. Vaughn’s pure athleticism clashed with Brewer’s more hard-hitting style, delivering one of the best matches of the evening. Vaughn dominated the majority of the match up with only a slight assistance from Cook, proving that The Connection has enough belief in him that he can win a match on his own terms. Nonetheless, Brewer pummeled Vaughn at every possible opening. In the closing moments, Vaughn readied himself for a spear, but Brewer telegraphed the maneuver. Mere moments later, Cook caused a distraction, giving Vaughn enough time to recover from Brewer’s spinebuster and connect with the second spear and lock up another victory for The Connection.

Prior to the match, Cook, Blunt and Vaughn came to ringside complaining about Jerome Cody’s suspension, which occurred at the show in St. Louis, MO the previous week. Cook proclaimed that his lawyers are trying to overturn the suspension and stated, “We are not down. We are not out. We are bigger and better than ever.”

The first title match of the evening pitted Women’s Champion Alexis Lightfoot against the former champion in Stacey O’ Brien. O’ Brien’s determination to regain the belt showed in every punch and every kick. She controlled the second half of the bout and had Alexis ready for the pin, but just after 10 minutes, Alexis began to feel her title slipping away, causing her to comeback viciously and retain.

Due to scheduling conflicts, this reporter missed the first two matches, and Patrick Brandmeyer has the rest of the details from the night.

The second matchup was Waco (w/ Big Texan) v. Saladin. Neither guy was all that popular with the East Carondelet audience, and neither seemed all that interested in changing that opinion. Both men used underhanded tactics, but Waco came out on top with a rollup and handful of tights.

In the opener Billy Diamond wrestled Big Texan w/ Waco. Texan focused his attack on the back, while Diamond attempted to work the leg to cut the big man down to size. The finish came when Diamond hit a Stunner, but Waco broke up the pin for the DQ. The masked team beat down Diamond until Jeremy Lightfoot hit the ring with a kendo stick and cleaned house.

The next MMWA-SICW show will take place Feb. 14 at the South Broadway Athletic Club in St. Louis, MO followed up the next weekend returning to the East Carondelet Community Center.

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