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My Once-in-a-Lifetime Friendship with “TNT” Keny G (1967-2018)

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 13, 2018

‘Cause I’m TNT! I’m dynamite
TNT! and I’ll win the fight
TNT! I’m a power load
TNT! watch me explode

I am taking this time to honor former wrestler, promoter and my good friend TNT Keny Garrett. I am still reeling from his loss at age 51 on December 10th. Though there is sadness in my heart that we will no longer be able to talk to each other, I would like to focus on our wild and crazy friendship.

I remember meeting TNT Keny G for the very first time in Granite City, Illinois at a High Voltage Wrestling event (his company). He had reached out on the St. Louis Wrestling message board, and asked Missouri Wrestling Revival to cover his show. He realized that if you were to have a show that it would only make sense to have as much attention on his product as possible. We walked in the building and noticed right away that it looked like the place to be.

His family and friends helped with the concession stand and were all decked out with branded tees, and the night’s action delivered shocking surprises with stars from around the Midwest and his home state of Florida. His special guest was former Wrestling at the Chase announcer Larry Matysik. Keny respected and loved wrestling so much that he knew that having Matysik in the house brought legitimacy to HVW. Keny himself was dressed to the nines, and thanked everyone for coming. I was impressed, to say the least.

One of my personal favorite photos of all time.

Wrestling started our friendship, but we eventually became like brothers. He invited my girlfriend Dubray and me over to talk wrestling, and so much more. His quick wit and sharp tongue made him a true character.

We didn’t always get along. There were times that I bothered the hell out of him and vice versa. Yet, I can swear on the Bible that Dubray and I loved Keny as much as anyone that we met at wrestling. There were so many good times with him. It saddens me more as I try to think of them all.

In fact, there is no way that I could remember them all but I would like to share a few of them on here:

Here’s 2 a better day even if only slightly better ill take it as progress here’s a snapshot from the story of my life old road dog of mine —- Keny posted these words for this photo on his Facebook

If you ever get a chance ask the former NWA World Champion Kahagas what he thought of this promo!

How Keny got the nickname “TNT,” I can’t honestly tell you, but if I was to have a gallon of gas for every time I heard it I would be driving for free to shows for life. Every time I hear it, I always think of him and I remember being on the road with Kahagas in Illinois and his ringtone on his phone played that AC/DC song. If someone told me on that three-day weekend that we heard it a thousand times, I would believe them. I can still hear Kahagas telling him to change his damn ringtone.

My friend Kari Williams (the best pro wrestling writer in this generation) stated in her post about Keny giving her advice of the who, what, where, and when over and over. Keny had these words of advice that he made his own, even though they had been around forever. He delivered them in a memorable way, just like his hero Dusty Rhodes.

He was creative and tried to give everyone a chance. He took a chance on my friend (and MWR founder) Josh Ray and me behind the scenes of HVW, making us “co-bookers.” I use that term loosely because I had no business being a booker of any wrestling company. Still, I have no regrets even though there were crazy arguments about what should be done but talk about some good times.

One argument was that I wanted to bring in the Mississippi Madman for an event. He knew I loved the Madman and thought that he was over like a million bucks and said that he didn’t want him on the show. I truly believed that he liked him as well from the get-go, but because I was such a huge fan of him, he razzed me about him not being worth a spot. I told him that if he would not book Madman, then I would pay his booking fee and show him that he would be one of the most over wrestlers on the card.

Keny quickly said that if I paid for Madman that he would let the Madman carry him to the ring like a baby. Why? I do not know why he thought that was funny. Maybe it was just to get me to pay Madman, but I held him to his promise when I did. The moment was priceless.

One of Keny’s closest friends was “Tokyo Monster” Kahagas. They ran up and down the roads long before I knew Keny. Kahagas was the premier talent of High Voltage Wrestling. There was no doubt that Kahagas was and is one of the best wrestlers in the country, but I believed that Jeremy Wyatt was the best. We would have these huge arguments about who was better night after night early on in our relationship. He would harp that I should “get my Jeremy Wyatt pajamas” on when I stayed at his house before we called it a night. It did not take TNT Keny G very long to come around to Wyatt and then I was kidding Keny G on his own pajamas.

Years later TNT Keny G became a proud owner of the Jeremy Wyatt pajamas.

Keny would be quick to tell me and anyone who would listen that it was he who made me a “wrestling journalist.” He told this story a million times about how we drove many miles to Illinois for a big wrestling show with plenty of legends. I wanted an interview with the Honky Tonk Man and Jake Roberts but I ran out of time. I was happy to get a promo from “Bloody” Harker Dirge (an underrated talker and wrestler in the Midwest).

Keny called me out that day (and years after) for giving up on Honky Tonk and Roberts, and and took me to the back.

He said, “You deserve to be back here. You work as hard as anyone to make these guys look good. You get this done.”

I conducted interviews with all the stars on this huge card.

Keny often said he was responsible for some of my success, and it’s true. He vouched for me, called me out when I did wrong, and gave advice when it was needed.

Every time Dubray and I came to St. Louis for a wrestling event, we stayed at his house. Dubray loves pugs, and Keny had a pug named Gracie. Gracie always slept with Dubray. One evening when we were to return back home for the two hour drive, Dubray told me that Keny had given her Gracie as a gift.

I thought that Dubi had begged to have the dog, and I said “No way.” That was Keny’s dog and we were not taking it from their home. Gracie had to stay there.

But then Keny explained that he was tired of the dog wanting food from the table and he was done with her. I just think he knew Dubi loved that dog and wanted to make her happy. Gracie ended up as a part of our family until she passed away on our anniversary: December 10th, 2015.

On the mic and in the spur of the moment, Keny was at his best. We did a wrestling feud with a big build with Donovan Ruddick and Mark Bland that, I swear if it had money behind it, would had packed huge houses. Bland had a popular UFC and pro wrestling radio show, Absolute Wrestling Radio, on the Fox Sports radio affiliate in St. Louis, Team 1380 AM. Josh Ray and I spoke to Keny about putting together an angle for a diabetes charity show. A little known secret is both Keny and Bland were both diagnosed with diabetes and the pair had always been active in fundraising.

The feud started when Bland, a former wrestler, bragged that he could take on any local wrestler week after week on the show. Who would answer the call? Wrestling promoter TNT Keny G and the 6’9″ Donovan Ruddick, a big star in Saint Louis.

Mark Bland has a conversation with Kenny G of HVW regarding his recent infiltration of Absolute Wrestling Radio. Contains EXPLICIT WORDS!

We went on a publicity tour to hype the match at Mark Bland’s radio station and the show even broadcasted live from Six Flags St. Louis. We taped a video at the Pro Wrestling Shirt Shop that featured an attack from Bland on Keny, forever one of my favorites. We did our best to bring attention to the wrestling scene in the area through Absolute Wrestling Radio, and had fun doing it.

It was common to dine with legends at the Garrett dinner table. I remember Larry Zbyszko and Mike Sydal sharing stories in Keny’s living room after a HVW event. I wish I would have gotten our photo with each other! Still, I experienced it, thanks to TNT Keny G.

After one visit at TNT Keny G’s Dubray made the mistake of leaving her sweatpants that had the words Flirt printed on the back of them. This would not be a big deal at most homes, but Keny saw this as a way to rib Dubray in a way only he could. One day I received a call from Dubray telling me that Keny was in Florida visiting his family and had tagged some photos to her. Awesome, he wanted to share with us what a good time he was having.

Nope, they were photos of Keny holding up her Flirt pants in different States. He was entertaining himself with joking with her, and it did not stop there. He somehow talked WWE Legend Larry Zbyszko to hold them up in a photo. He got his daughter Santana G and another female wrestler to pose with them for a photo. Keny was proud to say that he went on tour with those flirt pants.

This year I have lost a lot of love for pro wrestling. That does not mean that I will ever quit but I have slowed down making trips. This summer, I took a job as an assistant manager at a convenience store that had me working a ton of hours.

Keny told me that if I came to St. Louis and took him to the premiere of the movie “350 Days,” he would pay for it. I was not interested in the movie, but because Keny wanted to go, I said yes. I am glad, not because I enjoyed the movie, but because in the past few years it was hard to get him out of the house. On that night we did, just like old times.

Keny could be so funny. A natural storyteller that often would have you wonder if you were being told the truth. He could be overbearing and political incorrect even during the days of that not even being a thing. His friends referred that to “Keny just being Keny”.

 

Photo taken for the Stroke Aint No Joke Fundraiser with Fox 2 News TV.

TNT Keny G proudly teamed up with Dynamo Pro for a MS Fundraising effort.

 

 

 

Though in the crazy world of pro wrestling were everyone is a taker, Keny was a giver. Even after I covered his promotions High Voltage Wrestling, and sent him photos he was always there for us. We were so different in so many ways. I remember going to a St. Louis Cardinal game and he loved to leave shows early, the Cards game being no different. He knew that if I went somewhere then we were staying to the end. He razzed me about leaving but we did stay to the last pitch.

 

Dubray and I were never without a place to stay when we came to town or a bite to eat with Keny living in South County. He was a big part of our relationship and would have been one of my best mans if we would of gotten married in Vega during the CAC reunion this year. He often bragged about keeping us together (even though he stirred the pot sometimes lol) so in what seems like a rib (A practical joke played by or on a wrestler) Keny, like the pug (Gracie) that he gave us passed away on our anniversary. I would like to think that it was his way of making sure that we would never forget him. Like there was ever a chance that that could happen.

Thanks to Keny, I have made countless friendships and experiences over the past decade. I could write a book about them.

TNT Keny G loved his family.

Photo Thomas Rude

Most MWR fans know of his daughter, Santana G. She has become one of the top women wrestlers in the world. I was blessed to see her first match and watch her debut at Harley Race’s World League Wrestling. Her dad supported her at all times and was so proud to see her in Japan and on the WWE Network.

He was just as proud of his other children too, and I was able to see his boys Dusty, Sam, and lil’ Keny grow up. He loved them with all his heart, and as he grew sick they were there for him. Keny had a daughter Savannah and a granddaughter in Florida that he thought of often as well. He loved his wife Luanne who was just as quick-witted as he was.

TNT Keny G, we love you and we will always remember you.

Keny Garrett

1967-2018

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Wrestling at the Chase Great and Friend to the Wrestling Fan Larry Matysik Passes Away

Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 25, 2018

 From Promoter Herb Simmons

It’s with heavy heart this morning that I come to each of you and give you the news that my good friend Larry Matysik has lost the battle. As many know his health has been declining over the past several year. I ask that you keep his wife Pat and Daughter Kelly in your thoughts and prayers as the next few days will be hard for them. I will continue to update you on the arrangements when they are available.

 

It is so hard to find the words to express my gratitude and respect for the man known as Larry Matysik. I will not lie, I did not have the privilege to grow up listening to Matysik call the Wrestling at the Chase matches as the part in Missouri I grew up I never got any of the Chase programing, I remember the first time that I met him like it was yesterday, he was a special guest of TNT Keny G’s High Risk Wrestling in Granite City. He was only there to meet the fans and during that evening he smiled, shook hands, signed autographs and took pictures with every fan and wrestler that asked. I would be around him for over 100 times in the past 10 years and let me tell you, I never once seen him be disrespectful to anybody.

There is no doubt that Larry Matysik is highly underrated in the wrestling world as one of the All –Time Greats . He worked with NWA President and Wrestling at the Chase Promoter Sam Muchnick as well as WWE Promoter Vince McMahon. He is the author of four books every wrestling fan should own, Wrestling at the Chase: The inside Story of Sam Muchnick, 50 Greatest Pro Wrestlers of All-time, Drawing Heat the Hard Way and Brody The Triumph and Tragedy with his widow, Barbara Goodish. The past several years he has been very instrumental in Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling (SICW) , one of the most successful independent promotions in the country.

I could go on and on but I would like to hammer home the type of person he was. Thanks to my friendship with Promoter Herb Simmons I would become personal friends with the man I will now refer as Larry. My fiancée Dubray Tallman always looked forward to getting a hug, a kiss and photo with him when she attended an event. He was always supportive of Missouri Wrestling Revival, offering up his advice on writing and sharing his views and history on wrestling. When I asked him to please write in my yearbook, he did not hesitate to do so. Back in the day he would send me booking sheets for SICW to help us keep up with the shows and often gave reasons of why the matches were happening. The conversations were so educational each and every time. I remember receiving a call from Larry when my father died with him sending his condolences as well as him asking several times afterwards how I was doing.

We presented Larry with the 2010 Missouri Wrestling Revival Lifetime Award, an obvious choice.

We were so thankful to have Larry in our first series of the MWR Trading card set and with Herb’s blessing we had Larry Matysik day at SICW on July 16th in 2013. Personally, I only have a few regrets in my short time working in wrestling but I wished I would have done commentary with Larry on a match, an honor one of my best friends and the voice of SICW wrestling Drew Abbenhaus enjoyed many times. It was a relief to be around a legend that was not bitter towards the sport of wrestling or the fans. Was he a fan of today’s wrestling? I can’t say that, but I can say that he always appreciated every wrestling fan young and old. He took time to work with aspiring wrestlers looking to become better. He gave to all that he came in contact with.

Today the wrestling world lost one of the good guys. He was a legendary Announcer, a great writer and so much more.

Our hearts and prayers go out to Larry’s family and friends.

Thank you Larry for the memories, we loved you.

I will leave you on a positive note of a short video we did at SICW years ago with Larry, my fiancée Dubray and Herb Simmons wishing the fans a Merry Christmas.

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A Night with Larry Matysik Delivers Memories that Will Last a Lifetime.

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 21, 2018

By Brian Kelley

When I heard that my friend and the Voice of the Wrestling at the Chase Larry Matsyik was going to be featured as a special guest at Hey Guys Comedy Club I knew I had to be there. The Midwest is very fortunate to have Matysik accessible to fans to still hear stories firsthand of legendary matches and the top stars to ever enter the ring from the days of the territories.

The event was hosted by wrestling historian and comedian Patrick Brandmeyer, whom just so happens to be a longtime supporter of pro wrestling in the Midwest. An added bonus for fans was the fact that WWE Hall of Famer, Cowboy Bob Orton was to be on hand to see his son Nathan Orton open up with hilarious stand-up comedy.  I was pleas able to meet the son of Sam Muchnick, Dr. Richard Muchnick, who came to enjoy the show with wrestling referee Jay King. I was surprised to learn that he was a Doctor and had spent time stitching up the cuts of the stars of the Chase and the Kiel Auditorium.

Matysik has teamed up with his friend Herb Simmons to promote and announce for Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling in East Carondelet, Illinois while also providing his knowledge and advice to aspiring wrestling for the past four decades. So it was only fitting that Simmons was on stage with Matysik to interview him as the two friends went down memory lane on topics such as Sam Muchnick, Vince McMahon , Mickey Garagiola, Bruno Sammartino, Andre the Giant, Bruiser Brody, Harley Race, Pat O’Connor, the difference between pro wrestling from the past and today.

Larry was also surprised on the night thanks to special guest St. Clair County Chairman Mark Kern who  proclaimed the day as Larry Matysik Day along with a plaque.

At the end of the night Larry was more than happy to take photos, sign autographs and thank his fans and friends for coming on out. I hope that in the future that there will be another night for the fans and myself to enjoy a night with Larry Matysik.

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Located in Fairview Heights, IL, just 15 minutes from downtown St. Louis and minutes from Belleville, O’Fallon, Columbia, Collinsville, and Scott AFB, Hey Guys Comedy features nationally touring comics headlining our Friday and Saturday shows, plus a variety of local comedy showcases, open mic nights and other events during the week. Go to our calendar page for a complete schedule of show dates, times and comics! Hey Guys Comedy’s Open Mic nights on selected Thursdays offer local comedians an opportunity to hone their craft, and comedy fans the chance to enjoy perhaps the next future comic star! Hey Guys Comedy also makes the club available for charity, group and corporate events, and offers sponsorship opportunities for local businesses.

Hey Guys Comedy is easily accessible off Illinois Route 159, just one mile south of St. Clair Square shopping center, with plenty of parking right out front. Guests are seated on a first-come, first-serve basis from the front of the club to the back, which enhances everyone’s enjoyment of the show. Every seat in the house is a great one!

In partnership with FlamentCo’s The Place, Hey Guys Comedy offers a great menu of hot and cold food items including chicken wings, sliders, nachos, salads and more! And best of all…there is NO DRINK MINIMUM at Hey Guys Comedy! In accordance with Illinois law, Hey Guys Comedy is a non-smoking venue.

Tickets are available online (or by calling 1800-514-etix) up to one hour before each show time, or at the door up until show time, based on availability. The box office opens 1 hour before show time. Doors and bar open one hour before the first show of the night, and generally 15-30 minutes before the second show.

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Purchase the 1960 Audio CD of Larry Matysik Talking about Wrestling at the Chase

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 8, 2018

SICW ALL-STAR WRESTLING
1960 Audio CD of Larry Matysik talking about wrestling at the chase. Get your copy now.

15.00 per set. 2 Audio CD

Call 618-286-4848 or use paypal Margaret463@juno.com

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A Night with Larry Matysik at Hey Guys Comedy Club

Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 5, 2018

 

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If you remember “Wrestling at the Chase”, and former announcer, book author, and Wrestling Historian Larry Matysik, make plans to attend the “Night To Relive Wrestling at the Chase” with Larry Matysik at the Hey Guys Comedy Club at 5225 North Illinois in Fairview Heights Illinois on Thursday night May 17th.

 

If you ever attended “Wrestling at the chase” or the Kiel Auditorium and enjoyed all the action, join us as we show appreciation to Larry for all the years of enjoyment he gave to so many.

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58th Anniversary of the Wrestling at the Chase May 20th Special Guest Abdullah the Butcher

Posted by flairwhoooooo on May 2, 2017

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Larry Matysik Returns to Play By Play on SICW Wrestling Explosion TV

Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 6, 2017

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On SATURDAY Night March 18th, our friend Larry Matysik, former voice of “Wrestling at the Chase” returns behind the Mic to call the play by play action. Larry has been absent for a few years from behind the Mic, now on March 18th he joins Dr. Drew Abnenhause to bring you the best play by play around. Make plans to join SICW as they welcome Larry Matysik back at RINGSIDE behind the Mic.

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Larry Matysik and Herb Simmons Q and A Live this Wednesday at 6:00 pm

Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 17, 2017

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Tune in this Wednesday at 6:00pm and hear some classic stories about St. Louis wrestling, all of the legendary wrestlers, Sam Muchnick and Wrestling at the Chase! Hosted by legendary WATC announcer Larry Matysik and SICW All Star wrestling Promoter Herb Simmons.

Larry and Herb will also be answering questions as well as talking about St Louis wrestling!

So tune in and relive the golden era of Pro Wrestling and ask these two icons of the sport a question!

Go to Herb Simmons FB page and join on the live broadcast!

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Herb Simmons Talks about “Wrestling at the Chase” for Sunday Sports Extra on KPLR

Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 11, 2016

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(KPLR) – On Sunday Sports Extra, veteran wrestling promoter Herb Simmons joined Rich Gould on Sunday Sports Extra to talk about vintage shows on “Wrestling at the Chase“. Herb is Executive Director of St. Clair’s 911 system and still has wrestling shows in the Metro St. Louis area SICW . He’s been a promoter 43 years.

To watch it click here.

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Referee Jay King works his 500th match

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 20, 2016

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In less than 4 years, referee Jay King has worked his 500th wrestling match. MWR recently caught up with him to find out about his career.

MWR: How did you get started as a referee?

JAY: To be honest, at the time I didn’t even know about independent wrestling. I went to a Ring of Honor show and heard someone say, “Dr. King? What the hell are you doing here?” My full time job is as a veterinarian and earlier in the day I did a C-section on a dog owner by the guy asking me the question, Keith Smith. I found out he had been a wrestler for 25 years and was now a commissioner for one of the local feds. A week later when he brought his dog into the clinic to get the stitches out I just kiddingly said, “I know I’m too old to be a wrestler, but I can count to three if you need a referee!” He said they had a ref getting to retire in the next year if I was interested.

MWR: Who trained you?

JAY: The wrestler Johnny Courageous. He had never trained a referee and was willing to give it a try.

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MWR: What was the training like?

JAY: Most of it was just working training matches. It’s much different than watching it on TV. You have to know all the rules and watch for everything, like a foot on the ropes while at the same time you’re trying to watch the shoulders for a three count. I would also see some spectacular move and just sort of stand there and say, “That was really cool.” The wrestlers would look at me and say, “Hey, do you want to count?” No longer just watching – I’m part of the show too.

But after a while I found myself being in the way, I didn’t know where the wrestlers were going to move after certain wrestling techniques. And really after you understand that after a suplex you get up one way, it gets pretty easy. So I asked Johnny to give me basic wrestling training so I could be a better referee. I didn’t learn anything fancy, but I can see the “space” in the ring now.

MWR: What do you remember about your first match?

JAY: Actually my first match was a battle royal, so I just stood outside the ring and didn’t do much. The same show I worked with Ken Kasa and Jimmy D. When I went to do the pat down, Jimmy D raised his foot and kicked me right in the groin. I quickly learned where to keep my hands.

MWR: Did you grow up watching wrestling?

JAY: Well, I’m an old guy so I grew up watching Wrestling at the Chase. I remember my grandpa would drag the mattress into the living room every Saturday night and we would lay there until I fell asleep. The good thing was they showed it again on Sunday morning so I could see anything I missed. Later on in St. Louis you could watch World Class and some of the southern US shows. In college I could get AWA, WWF(E) and WCW. I guess I’ve watched a lot of wrestling in my life.

MWR: What organizations have you refereed for?

JAY: My first match was with MMWA. Then SICW and Dynamo Pro. Since then I’ve also worked for NWA Central States, High Risk Wrestling, Half Pint Brawlers, Extreme Midget Wrestling, PWCS, Pro Wrestling Epic, Fist Combat Wrestling, Beyond Wrestling, Anarchy, and the Cauliflower Alley in Las Vegas.

MWR: What wrestlers have you worked with the most?

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JAY: I keep a list of every match I’ve worked. Out of 500 matches, I’ve refed 53 with Brandon Espinosa. I guess that makes sense since he works for three of the feds that I do. Following him would be Jake Dirden (44), Gary Jackson (39), and Ricky Cruz (35). I won’t say I have any favorites because I don’t want to seem impartial. Plus, I don’t want anyone to be upset and take it out on me in the ring.

MWR: Have you been hurt in the ring?

Jay: I’ve been punched, kicked, thrown out of the ring, choked out, been in a cross face, squashed between Big Texan and Frankie Wyatt (almost 700lbs of meat), and had by head split open with a steel chair. On that last one, I asked one of the wrestlers if I need stitches. His reply, “That should scab nicely.” After that, I think the boys in the locker room respected me more because I bleed with them.

MWR: What has been your favorite match that you’ve worked?

JAY: Several months ago I worked a match with Little Kato and Beautiful Bobby, two midgets. Usually as a ref, I’m suppose to be invisible. Only being seen for counts and enforce the rules. With those guys there were so many spots that I was, well, part of the show. They were yelling at me, I had to get untangle from the ropes, and then at one point when one would kick out he would sling the other one into the air where I had to catch them. At one point I tried to throw Kato out of the ring (after he told me to do it to Bobby). That was so much fun.

MWR: What is the hardest part of being a referee?

JAY: Staying out of the way! When you get two guys running back and forth in a 20 foot ring it is sometimes hard not to be where they are. Then you do a three way, tag team, or 4 tag team match…at some point you know all of them are going to be in the ring. Less space for me.
The worse time started with three guys in the ring. Then came in Sabu. Soon he had a chair that he was throwing all over the place. Then a table. I was ducking and running for my life. Sabu and Ken Kasa went through the table and I had to dive over them to get to the other wrestlers for the three count.

MWR: How was the 500th match?

JAY: It was the “Legends vs Monsters” match: Gary Jackson, Cowboy Bob Orton, and Ron Powers vs Vic the Bruiser, Kahagas, and Atilla Kahn. Anytime you two of those guys in a ring together you know it’s going to be a wild match, but all six…I had my hands full.

MWR: So 500 matches. What’s next?

JAY: I’m usually working 3 shows a month (one month 8), but as long as I’m having fun, I’m just going to keep doing it. One thing I do ask the wrestlers, if you aren’t going to be able to hold the other guy down for a three count, please do it close to the ropes. For me, getting down for a count is easy but getting up sometimes can be hard. If you are close to the ropes, I can at least pull myself back up.

Started training 2/2/12

1. MMWA (Mid Missouri Wrestling Alliance) 8/11/12 (St. Louis, MO)
1. Battle Royal Championship: Big Dave Osborne (w) vs Dave Vaughn, Max Archer, Sean Vincent, Iron man Ken Kasa, Tony Raze, Jimmy D, and Brian James
2. Big Dave Osborne (w) vs Tony Raze
3. MO/IL Junior Heavyweight Championship: Max Archer (w) vs Johnny Courageous
4. Ironman Ken Kasa (w) vs Jimmy D

2. MMWA 9/8/12 (St. Louis, MO)
5. Ricky Cruz and Sean Vincent (w) vs Max Archer and Webmaster Stevie K
6. Webmaster Stevie K (w) vs American Blue Demon
7. Lumberjack Gabe (w) vs Brian James

3. SICW (Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling) 10/20/12 (East Carondelet, IL)
8. The Big Texan (w) vs Chaz Wesson
9. Brian James (w) vs Michael Magnuson
10. Max Archer (w) vs Jon Webb

4. MMWA 12/8/12 (St. Louis, MO)
11. Battle Royal Championship: Chase King (w) vs Max Archer, The Big Texan, Webmaster Stevie K, Brandon Espinosa, Andrew Wilder, and Matt King
12. Chase King (w) vs Webmaster Stevie K
13. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Andrew Wilder

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5. MMWA 1/18/13 (St. Louis, MO)
14. Brian James (w) vs Matt King
15. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs. A.J. Williams

6. MMWA 2/16/13 (St. Louis, MO)
16. Andrew Wilder (w) vs Draco Verdadero
17. Jimmy D (w) vs A.J. Williams

7. MMWA 3/16/13 (St. Louis, MO)
18. Chase King and Matt King vs. Lumberjacks Gabe and Abe (no contest)
19. Gary Jackson (w) vs Flaming Freddie Fury
20. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs J-mal Swagg
21. Lynn Mephisto (w) vs Andrew Wilder

8. NWA CENTRAL STATES (National Wrestling Alliance) 3/30/13 (Swansea, IL)
22. Quarterfinal match in the Central States Heavyweight Championship tournament – Evan “Money” Morris (w) vs The Dark Kanai.
23. Quarterfinal match – “The Showgun” Shane Fury (w) vs Chris L.O.G.A.N.
24. Andy DAlton, IL (w) vs Jerome Daniels.
25. Quarterfinal match – “The Black Scorpion” Symon Pheonix (w) vs “Ruff Cut” Rick Ruby.
26. John “The Bodyguard” Epperson (w) vs Jimmy D
27. Quarterfinal match – Deven Spade (w) vs Just Amazing.
28. Semifinal match – Deven Spade (w) vs “The Black Scorpion” Symon Pheonix
29. Semifinal match – Evan “Money” Morris (w) vs “The Showgun” Shane Fury
30. NWA North American Heavyweight Championship – Byron Wilcott (w) vs “Too Much Metal” Gregory James.
31. NWA Central States Heavyweight Championship – Evan “Money” Morris (w) vs Deven Spade

9. DYNAMO PRO WRESTLING 4/5/13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
32. The Alternative Brandon Gallagher (w) vs Jackal
33. Steven Kennedy (w) vs Mark Sterling vs Cancun Kid
34. Kevin X (w) vs Kahagas
35. Trent Stone (w) vs Billy McNeil vs KC Karrington

10. MMWA 4/6/13 (St. Louis, MO)
36. Big Dave Osborne (w) vs Gary Jackson
37. Matt King (w) vs Chase King
38. A.J. Williams (w) vs Brandon Espinosa
39. Lumberjacks Gabe and Abe (w) vs Chase King and Matt King

11. NWA CENTRAL STATES 4/27/13 (Jerseyville, IL)
40. Malice vs Cody Reaper time limited draw – double down. Ohio guys
41. Blaze (w) vs The Jagged Edge

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12. MMWA 5/11/13 (St. Louis, MO)
42. Raphael King (w) Chase King, Lynn Mephisto, AJ Williams, Brandon Espinosa, Webmaster Stevie K, J-mall Swagg, Ace Hawkins, Jack Gamble, Michael Magnuson, Jon Webb, Kevin Esparza, Grave Digger
43. The Lumberjacks (Abe and Gabe) (w) vs Chase King and J-Mal Swagg
44. Lynn Mephisto (w) vs Webmaster Stevie K
45. Brian James (w) vs Jimmy D
46. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Big Dave Osborne

13. FIST COMBAT PRO WRESTLING 5/17/13 (Pop’s – Sauget, IL)
47. four corners match – Dan Walsh (w), Kevin X, KC Karrington, The Alternative Brandon Gallagher
48. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Tracy Smothers
49. Billy McNeil (w) vs Dave Vaughn
50. Billy McNeil (w) vs Iron man Ken Kasa vs Sabu vs. Dan Walsh

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14. NWA CENTRAL STATES 5/18/13 (Swansea, IL)
51. Shogun Chris Logan (w) vs. Just Amazing
52. Joker (w) vs Johnny Bluestreak vs Jimmy D
53. Executioner (w) vs Darkchild
54. Darren Dean (w) vs Aaron Solo
55. Shane Fury (w) vs Dakota Prodigy
56. Evan Money Morris (w) vs CB Cool
57. Showtime Shane Somers (w) vs Ax Allwardt

15. MMWA 6/8/13 (St. Louis, MO)
58. AJ Williams (w) vs Brandon Espinosa
59. Jimmy D (w) vs Kevin Esparza
60. Andrew Wider (w) vs Flaming Freddy Fury
61. Brian James(w) vs Webmaster Stevie K
62. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Big Dave Osborne vs Gary Jackson

16. DYNAMO 6/14/13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
63. Gentleman Jake Parnell (w) vs Alexander Rudolph
64. 4 corner tag teams – The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt ) vs The First United Church of Karrington (K.C. Karrington and Steven Kennedy), vs The Travis Cook Organization (Iron man Ken Kasa and Dave Vaughn) vs Jack Adonis and Mike Sharona (no contest)
65. Miss Natural Heather Patera (w) vs MsChif
66. Dan Walsh (w) vs Kevin X

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17. DYNAMO 7/12 /13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
67. Gentleman Jake Parnell (w) vs Jackal
68. Dave Vaughn (w) vs OuTtKaSt
69. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Dash Rondo
70. Kevin X (w) vs Shawn Santell
71. Nikki Strychnine (w) vs Steven Kennedy

18. MMWA 7/13/13 (St. Louis, MO)
72. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Raphael King
73. AJ Williams (w) vs Andrew Wilder vs J-mal Swagg
74. Jimmy D (w) vs Brian James

19. FIST COMBAT PRO WRESTLING 7/26/13 (Pop’s – Sauget, IL)
75. Dave Vaughn (w) vs Dash Rando
76. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Jonathan Greshem
77. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Ricky Cruz vs Dave Vaugh vs Alexander Rudolph
78. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Billy McNeil

20. MMWA 8/10/13 (St. Louis, MO)
79. Battle Royal – Lynn Mephisto (w) Raphael King, Andrew Wilder, J-mal Swagg, Da’Marius Jones, Lumberjack Gabe, Lumberjack Abe, Webmaster Stevie K, Jackson Whitechapel, Ace Hawkins, Big Dave Osborne, AJ Williams
80. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Big Dave Osbourn
81. Da’Marius Jones (w) vs Raphael King
82. Andrew Wilder (w) vs J-mal Swagg

21.SICW 8/17/13 (East Carondelet, IL)
83. Chaz Wesson and Adam Raw (w) vs Tony Raze and Max Archer
84. The Alternative Brandon Gallagher vs (w) Max Archer
85. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Waco
86. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Flash Flanagan vs Ron Powers

22. DYNAMO 9/6/13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
87. Jack Adonis and Mike Sharona (w) vs Adam Raw and Dice
88. KC Karrington (with Greg Jovi) (w) vs Nikki Strychnine
89. Dave Vaugh and Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt)

23. MMWA 9/14/13 (St. Louis, MO)
90. AJ Williams (w) vs Big Dave Osborne
91. Moondog Rover (w) vs Jackson Whitechapel

24. SICW 9/21/13 (East Carondelet, IL)
92. Bobby D (w) vs Max Archer
93. Alexander Rudolph and Ax Allwardt (w) vs Heath Hatton and Daniel Eads
94. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Tony Raze
95. Flash Flanagan (w) vs Ron Powers

25. St. Louis ANARCHY 10/4/13 (Alton, IL)
96. Cali 31(w) vs Day Walker
97. Adam Raw (w) vs Dan Walsh
98. Dingo (w) vs Ricky Starks
99. The Hooligans (w) vs Allex the Big Owl/Jordan Lacey

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26. DYNAMO 10/5/13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
100. Dave Vaugh and Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Gentleman Jake Parnell and Alexander Rudolph
101. MsChif (w) vs Miss Natural Heather Patera
102. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Ricky Cruz

27. SICW 10/12/13 (Belleville, IL) – special guest: Honky Tonk Man
103. Gary Jackson and Heath Hatton (w) vs Waco and The Big Texan
104. Chaz Wesson and Bobby D (w) vs Ax Allwardt and Gentleman Jake Parnell
105. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Daniel Eads
106. Dirdey Jake Dirden vs Flash Flanagan (double count out)
107. Gaunlet Battle Royal – Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) Ricky Cruz, Chaz Wesson, Flash Flanagan, Dave Vaughn, Bobby D, The Big Texan, Shorty Biggs, Ron Powers, Waco, Heath Hatton, Alexander Rudolph, Ax Allwardt, Max Archer, and Gentleman Jake Parnell

28. SICW 10/19/13 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Hacksaw Jim Duggan
108. Waco vs Daniel Eads (time limit draw)
109. Dave Vaugh (w) vs Gary Jackson
110. Bobby D (w) vs Tony Raze
111. Bull Bronson (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher

29. DYNAMO 10/26/13 (Pittsfield. IL)
112. Jackal (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher
113. Shawn Santel (w) vs Gentleman Jake Panell
114. The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt (w) vs Dave Vaugh and Ken Kasta
115. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Dingo
116. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Walsh

30. BEYOND WRESTLING 10/27/13 (taped matches at DYNAMO Gym)
117. Christian Rose (w) vs Zakk Sawyer
118. Michael Elgin (w) vs Jonathan Gresham
119. Evan Gelistico (w) vs Alexander Rudolph
120. Reed Bentley (w) vs Heidi Lovelace
121. Ace Perry and Tripp Cassidy and Dale Patricks (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher and Frankie the Thumper Wyatt and Josh Crane
122. Team IOU (Nick Iggy and Kerry Awful) (w) vs JoJo Bravo and Bolt Brady

31. MMWA 11/10/13 (St. Louis, MO)
123. Lumberjacks Abe and Gabe (w) vs Jackson Whitechapel and Moondog Rover
124. Big Dave Osborne (w) vs Da’Marius Jones
125. Lynn Mephisto (w) vs Ace Hawkins

32. SICW 11/16/13 (East Carondelet, IL)
126. Waco (w) vs Gentleman Jake Parnell
127. Ricky Cruz and Daniel Eads (w) vs Bull Bronson and Ax Allwardt
128. Joker vs Bobby D (double DQ)
129. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Dave Vaugh

33. DYNAMO 11/26/13 (Glen Carbon, IL)
130. Jon Webb (w) vs Geek Singh
131. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Ace Hawkins
132. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Dan Walsh

34. ANARCHY 12/6/13 (Alton, IL)
133. Arik Cannon (w) vs Darren Dean
134. Kyle O’Reilly (w) vs Johnny Gargano
135. Ricky Starks (w) vs Bolt Brady vs Aria Davari

35. MMWA 12/7/13 (St. Louis, MO)– special guest: Earl and Brian Hebner
136. Battle Royal – Webmaster Stevie K (w), Jackson Whitechapel, Lynn Mephisto, Moondog Rover, Ace Hawkins, Da’Marius Jones, Big Dave Osborne, and J-mal Swagg
137. Lumberjacks Abe and Gabe (w) vs Flaming Freddy Fury and Jackson Whitechapel

36. SICW 12/14/13 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Hillbilly Jim
138. The Big Texan (w) vs Max Archer
139. Bobby D (w) vs Ax Allwardt, Joker, Frankie The Thumper Wyatt, Daniel Eads, Chaz Wesson,
140. Flash Flanagan vs Ron Powers (double DQ)
141. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden

37. DYNAMO 1/4/14 (Fenton, MO)
142. The Alternative Brandon Gallagher (w) vs Ace Hawkins
143. Kevin X (w) vs Dan Walsh

38. MMWA 1/11/14 (St. Louis, MO)
144. Battle Royal – Webmaster Stevie K (w), Lynn Mephisto, J-Mal Swagg, Brandon Espinosa, Andrew Wilder, Ace Hawkins
145. Moondog Rover (w) vs Jackson Whitechapel
146. Webmaster Stevie K (w) vs Jimmy D
147. AJ Williams (w) vs Big Dave Osborne

39.SICW 1/18/14 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Bushwacker Luke
148. Gary Jackson and Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Alexander Rudolph and Joker
149. Lucy Mendez (w) vs Gentleman Jake Parnell
150. Chaz Wesson (w) vs Ax Allwardt

40. DYNAMO 2/1/14 (Fenton, MO)
151. Alexander Rudolph (w) vs Geek Singh vs
152. The Alternative Brandon Gallagher (w) Ace Hawkins vs Evan Morris vs Jon Webb
153. Dirdey Jake Dirden vs Elvis Aliaga (double DQ)
155. Royal Rumble – Jeremy Wyatt (w) – Lucy Mendez, Andino Giovanni, Mike Sydal, Ace Hawkins, Mark Sterling, Showtime Bradley Charles, Alexander Rudolph, Jon Webb, Andrew Wilder, Jack Gamble, David DeLorean, OuTtKaSt , Evan Morris, Geek Singh, Michael Magnuson, Shorty Biggs, The Alternative Brandon Gallagher, Dan Walsh, Elvis Aliaga.

41. MMWA 2/8/14 (St. Louis, MO)
156. D’Marius Jones (w) vs Jackson Whitechapel
157. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Andrew Wilder
158. Gary Jackson (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher

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42. SICW 2/15/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
159. Joker (w) vs Andino Giovanni
160. Gary Jackson (w) vs Purple Passion
161. Ax Allwardt (w) vs Bobby D
162. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Big Jim Hoffarth

43. DYNAMO 2/18/14 (Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO)
163. The alternative Brandon Gallagher (w) vs Andino Giovanni
164. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Dan Walsh
165. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Kevin X

44. MMWA 3/8/14 (St. Louis, MO)
166. Moondog Rover (w) vs The Rock Lobster
167. Lynn Mephisto (w) vs Big Dave Osborne
168. Ace Hawkins (w) vs J-mal Swagg
169. Brian James and Gary Jackson vs Lynn Mephisto and Barackus (no contest)

45. SICW 3/22/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
170. Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Max Archer
171. Shorty Biggs (w) vs Gentleman Jake Parnell
172. Chaz Wesson (w) vs Ricky Cruz
173. 2 out of 3 falls – Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden

46. SICW 3/29/14 (Caseyville. IL)
174. Shorty Biggs (w) vs The Dark Secrett
175. Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Brent Myers
176. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Heath Hatton

47. DYNAMO 4/5/14 (Fenton, MO)
177. Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins (w) vs Jon Webb and Jack Gamble vs Jake Parnell the Littlest Viking and Evan Morris
178. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Brandon Aarons
179. Showtime Bradley Charles (w) vs Dan Walsh
180. Elvis Aliaga (w) vs Mark Sterling
181. Kevin X (w) vs Alexander Rudolph
182. The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt) (w) vs Black Hand Warriors (David DeLorean and Michael Magnuson)
183. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Jeremy Wyatt

48. MMWA 4/13/14 (St. Louis, MO)
184. Lynn Mephisto vs Webmaster Stevie K (w)
185. Barackus (w) vs Big Dave Osbourne
186. Jackson Whitechapel and Sean Orleans (w) vs Da’Marius Jones and Jake Dempsey
187. Brian James and Gary Jackson (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins

49. DYNAMO 4/19/14 (Fenton, MO)
188. Mark Sterling (w) vs Mike Sydal
189. Steven Kennedy (w) vs Showtime Bradley Charles
190. Jake Parnell the Littlest Viking (w) vs Danny Cannon vs Billy McNeil
191. OuTtKaSt / Shorty Biggs (w) vs Mauler McDarby and Shawn Santel
192. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Jeremy Wyatt

50. DYNAMO 4/22/14 (Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO)
193. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Jake Parnell the Littlest Viking
194. Alexander Rudolph (w) vs Da’Marius Jones
195. Shorty Biggs and Jake Parnell the Littlest Viking (w) vs Ace Hawkins and Brandon Espinosa

51. SICW 4/26/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
196. Joker (w) vs Ax Allwardt
197. Daniel Eads (w) vs Mallaki Matthews
198. Frankie The Thumper Wyatt vs Big Jim Hoffarth (double DQ)
199. Chaz Wesson and Ron Powers (w) vs Ricky Cruz and Bull Bronson

52. DYNAMO 5/3/14 (Fenton, MO)
200. Evan Morris (w) vs Ace Hawkins (pushed Ace and hit ropes)
201. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Showtime Bradley Charles vs OuTtKaSt
202. Mark Sterling (w) vs Mike Sydal
203. Dirdey Jake Dirden vs Elvis Aliaga (no contest)

53. MMWA 5/10/14 (St. Louis, MO)
204. Moondog Rover (w) vs Laurence Johnson
205. AJ Williams (w) vs Lynn Mephisto
206. Brian James and Gary Jackson and Andrew Wilder (w) vs Ace Hawkins and Chase King and Evan Gelistico – ring turmoil afterwards – all heels – eye poked

54. SICW 5/17/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
207. Ax Allwardt and Howard the Iceman Moritz (w) vs Joker and Daniel Eads
208. Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Waco
209. Dirdey Jake Dirden and Heath Hatton (w) vs Bull Bronson and Frankie the Thumper Wyatt
210. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Ron Powers (loose leaves town match)
211. Battle Royal – Heath Hatton (w) vs Chaz Wesson, Flash Flanagan, Daniel Eads, Shorty Biggs, Big Jim Hoffarth, Dirdey Jake Dirden, Waco, Joker, Bull Bronson, Max Archer, Ax Allwardt, Frankie The Thumper Wyatt, and Howard the Iceman Moritz

55. MMWA 6/14/14 (St. Louis, MO)
212. Moondog Rover (w) vs Flaming Freddie Fury
213. D’Marius Jones and AJ Williams (w) vs Sean Orleans and Jackson Whitechapel
214. Gary Jackson (w) vs Lynn Mephisto

56. SICW 6/23/14 (East Carondelet, IL)– special guest: The Million Dollar Man Ted Dibiase
215. Ax Allwardt (w) vs OuTtKaSt
216. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Mike Outlaw
217. Shorty Biggs (w) vs Howard the Iceman Moritz
218. Flash Flanagan vs Big Jim Hoffarth (double count out)

57. DYNAMO 6/28/14 (Fenton, MO)
219. Showtime Bradley Charles (w) vs Mike Outlaw
220. Jeremy Wyatt (w) vs Brandon Aarons
221. Ricky Cruz (w) vs OuTtKaSt

58. MMWA 7/12/14 (St. Louis, MO)
222. Kozain (J-Mal Swagg in mask) and Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Draco Verdadero and Laurence Johnson
223. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Andrew Wilder (ladder match)
224. Moondog Rover (w) vs Lynn Mephisto vs (dog collar match)
225. – 230. Gauntlet Match
– Everett Connors (w) vs J-Mal Swagg
– Everett Connors (w) vs Ace Hawkins
– Sean Orleans (w) vs Everett Connors
– Sean Orleans (w) vs Webmaster Stevie K
– Shaft (w) vs Sean Orleans
– Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Shaft

59. SICW 7/26/14 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Mr. Wonderful Paul Orndorff
231. Joker (w) vs Daniel Gunner
232. Waco (w) and Frankie the thumper Wyatt vs Big Jim Hoffarth
233. Matt Cage (w) vs Bobby D
234. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Daniel Eads

60. DYNAMO 7/29/14 (Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO)
235. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Danny Adams
236. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Brandon Espinosa
237. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Gary Jackson

61. DYNAMO 8/2/14 (Fenton, MO)
238. Jon Webb (w) vs The Bosnian War Child Spi-Ral
239. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Jack Gamble
240. Elimination: The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt (out 1), Black Hand Warriors (David and Michael Magnuson) (out 2), The Bite Club (Jackal and Rocket Mapache) (out 3), Ricky Cruz and Brandon Espinosa (w)

62. DYNAMO 8/8/14 (Eureka)
241. Paco Gonzalez (w) vs Mike Outlaw
242. The Bite Club (Jackal and Rocket Mapache) (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher and El Sanchez
243. Brandon Espinosa (w) OuTtKaSt
244. Shorty Biggs (w) vs Ricky Cruz
245. The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt) (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Ricky Cruz

63. MMWA 8/9/14 (St. Louis, MO)
246. Moondog Rover (w) vs Lynn Mephisto
247. Battle Royal – Big Dave Osborne (w), Webmaster Stevie K, LaMarcus Clinton, Chase King, Sean Orleans, Jackson Whitechapel, Laurence Johnson, Evan Gelistico
248. Barackus and J-Mal Swagg (w) vs Zulu and Brian James

64. SICW 8/16/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
249. Mallaki Matthews (w) vs Joker
250. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Farmer Billy Hills
251. Red River Jack (Ron Powers) (w) vs Ax Allwardt

65. DYNAMO 8/23/14 (Glen Carbon, IL)
252. The Bite Club (Jackal and Rocket Mapache (w) vs The Professionals (Mauler McDarby and Shawn Santel)
253. The Alternative Brandon Gallagher (w) vs Paco Gonzalez vs Brandon Aarons
254. Cavana Fantastic (lounge singer) (w) vs Dash Rando
255. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Iron man Ken Kasa
256. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Shorty Biggs

66. DYNAMO 9/6/14 (Fenton, MO) – special guest: Beautiful Bobby Eaton
257. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Paco Gonzalez
258. Elvis Aliaga (w) vs OuTtKaSt
259. The Bite Club (Jackal and Rocket Mapache) (w) vs Back Hand Warriors (David Delorean and Michael Magnuson)

67. SICW 9/20/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
260 Bull Bronson (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden
261. Flash Flanagan (w) vs Daniel Eads
262. Heath Hatton (w) vs Iron man Ken Kasa

68. SICW 9/27/14 (Fairmont City. IL)
263. Daniel Eads (w) vs Iron man Ken Kasa
264. Mohamad Ali Vaez (w) vs Farmer Billy Hills
265. Dirdey Jake Dirden and Gary Jackson (w) vs Bull Bronson and Ax Allwardt

69. DYNAMO 9/30/14 (Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO)
266. Brandon Aarons and Mike Outlaw (w) vs Paco Gonzalez and Danny Adams 267. The Bosnian War child Spi-Ral (w) vs The Alternative Brandon Gallagher
268. OuTtKaSt (w) vs David Delorean
269. Ricky Cruz (with Lucy Mendez) (w) Gary Jackson

70. DYNAMO 10/4/14 (Fenton, MO)
270. Danny Adams (w) vs Brandon Aarons
271. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs OuTtKaSt
272. Dirdey Jake Dirden and Jackal (w) vs Ricky Cruz and Brandon Espinosa

71. SICW 10/11/14 (Swansea, IL)
273. Bobby D (w) vs Jode Dawson
274. Flash Flanagan and Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Daniel Eads and Shiloh Jonze
275. Handicap Match – Red River Jack (Ron Powers) (w) vs BubbaTroll and Daniel Gunner
276. Heath Hatton (w) vs Bull Bronson

72. SICW 10/18/14 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Koko B Ware
277. Bobby D (w) vs Frankie the Thumper Wyatt
* Gary Jackson vs Mohamad Ali Vaez (double DQ)
278. Red River Jack (Ron Powers) (w) vs Bull Bronson
279. Heath Hatton and Daniel Eads (w) vs Flash Flanagan and Iron man Ken Kasa

73. PWCS (PRO WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ) 10/25/14 (Granite City, IL)
280. OuTtKaSt (Blacklist) (w) vs Everett Connors (The Resurgence)
281. “The Ace of Anarchy” Davey Vega (Team Anarchy) (w) vs “The Elitist” Brandon Espinosa (Ego Busters)
282. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Jo Jo Bravo (The Blacklist)
283. Christian Rose (Ego Busters) (w) vs “The Dirty Rook” Matt Fitchett (Team Anarchy)

74. DYANAMO 11/1/14 (Fenton, MO)
284. The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt (w) vs Evan Morris and Dangerous Danny Adams
285. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Shawn Santel (interference Mauler McDarby)
286. Gauntlet Match – Mike Outlaw (w) vs Paco Gonzalez, The Alternative Brandon Gallagher, Ironman Ken Kasa, Brandon Aarons, Showtime Bradley Charles

75. MMWA 11/8/14 (St. Louis, MO)
287. Everett Connors (w) vs Laurence Johnson
288. Zulu and Andrew Wilder (w) vs AJ Williams and Da’Marius Jones vs Chase King and LaMarcus Clinton
289. Big Dave Osborne vs Brandon Espinosa (no contest)

76. SICW 11/15/14 (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: The One Man Gang
290. Attila Kahn (w) vs Red Scorpion
291. Chaz Wesson (w) vs Mohamad Ali Vaez
* Mohamad Ali Vaez attacks Gary Jackson after interview (pull apart)
292. Daniel Eads (w) vs Waco (Eads bloody nose)

77. MMWA / SICW 11/22/14 (Cahokia, IL)
293. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Everett Connors
294. Keith Smith Sr and Keith Smith Jr (w) vs Ricky Cruz and Atilla Kahn

78. DYNAMO 12/6/14 (Fenton, MO)
295. The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt) (w) vs The Black Hand Warriors (David DeLorean and Michael Magnuson)
296. Iron man Ken Kasa (w) vs Keon Option
297. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Ricky Cruz

79. SICW 12/13/14 (East Carondelet, IL)
298. Bobby D and Sean Vincent (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Curtis Wylde (with Wyldefire)
299 Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Ax Allwardt
300. Iron man Ken Kasa and Bull Bronson (w) vs Daniel Eads and Shiloh Jonze

80. PRO WRESTLING EPIC 3/27/15 (East St. Louis, IL)
301. Battle Royal – Barackus (w) vs Brandon Aarons, Danny Adams, Jacko The Clown, Tyler Copeland, Dash Rando, Paco Gonzalez, Evan Gelistico, Steven Kennedy
302. Gary Jay (w) vs. Paco Gonzalez
303. Billy McNeil and Brandon Aarons (w) vs Steven Kennedy and Danny Adams

81. DYNAMO 4/4/15 (Fenton, MO)
304. I Qui Match – Jackal (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden

82. HIGH RISK WRESTLING 4/5/15 (Belleville, IL)
305. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Eric Wayne
306. Kongo Kong (w) vs Moose

83. MMWA 4/11/15 (St. Louis, MO)
307. Moondog Rover (w) vs J-Mal Swagg
308. Evan Gelistico and Kevin Lee Davidson and LaMarcus Clinton (w) vs Da’Marius Jones and Brian James and Gary Jackson

84. Cauliflower Alley 50th Reunion 4/12/15 (Las Vegas, NV)
309. Ricky Ruffin (w) vs Alexander G Bernard
310. Battle Royale – Dylan Drake (with Rock Riddle) (w), Vintage Dragon, Shoop Shellhammer, Ballistic Brett Myers, Drunk Uncle Ronnie Tucker, Stepchild Buford Tucker, War Pig Jody Kristofferson, Daniel Kalis, Matt Carlos, Coye Day, Duff Doyle, Greg Romero with Sarge, Jailhouse Rocker Terry Lawler, Nick Bogaty (?), Joseph Scott, Yetty, Richie Slade, Fun Size Dandy Rocket, David Storm, Greg Hernandez, Monster Mayhem, Adam Reyes, The Stro, Drake Frost, Ethan White, Chad Thomas, James Jeffries, Justin Decent, Greg Hernandez

85. Cauliflower Alley 50th Reunion 4/13/15 (Las Vegas, NV
311. Battle Royale – Tokyo Monster Kahagas (w) vs Ricky Ruffin, Chaz Taylor, Duff Doyle, Gary Jackson, Ryan J. Morals, Rene Mendez, Tony Raze, Uday Ukleja, Luz De Sombra, Brute Da Barrete, Dexter Milhouse, Ballistic Brett Myers, King Kahlua, Houston Carson, Steven Andrews, Harry Henderson, Idris Jackson, Scoot Robinson, Dirty Ernie

86. MMWA 5/2/15 (Cinco de Mayo 1 – Cherokee – St. Louis, MO)
312. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Andrew Wilder

87. MMWA 5/2/15 (Cinco de Mayo 2 – Cherokee – St. Louis, MO)
313. J-Mal Swagg (w) vs Danny Adams
314. LaMarcus Clinton (w) vs Austin Blackburn

88. DYNAMO 5/2/15 (Fenton, MO)
315. Keon Option and Evan Morris (w) vs Danny Adams and The Alternative Brandon Gallagher
316. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Mike Outlaw

89. DYNAMO 5/5/15 (Cinco de Mayo – Off Broadway – St. Louis, MO)
317. The Bite Club (Jackal and Rocket Mapache) (w) vs The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt)
318. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Brandon Aarons vs Brandon Espinosa

90. MMWA 5/9/15 (St. Louis, MO)
319. Gary Jackson (w) vs Sean Orleans
320. Barackus (w) Jimmy D

91. SICW 5/16/15 (6) (East Carondelet, IL) – special guest: Stan Hansen, Barbara Goodish (wife of Bruiser Brody), AWA Mick Karch, Cowboy Bob Orton
321 Dirdey Jake Dirden and Daniel Gunner and Bobby D (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Bubba Troll and Curtis Wylde (with Wyldfire)
322. Gary Jackson (w) vs Barackus
323. Lucy Mendez (w) vs Paloma Starr
324. Chris Hargas and Atilla Kahn (w) vs Ricky Cruz and Ron Powers
325. Flash Flanagan (w) vs Daniel Eads
326. The First Annual Brusier Brody Battle Royal – Ron Powers (w), Atilla Kahn, Ricky Cruz, Daniel Gunner, Curtis Wylde (with Wyldfire), BubbaTroll, Dirdey Jake Dirden, Keith Smith Jr, Gary Jackson, Brandon Espinosa, Waco, Chaz Wesson, Chris Hargas, Ax Allwardt, Barackus

92. MMWA 6/13/15 (St. Louis, MO) (St. Louis, MO)
327. Ace Hawkins and Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Andrew Wilder and Zulu
328. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Tommy Dallas

93. DYNAMO 6/19/15 (Glen Carbon, IL)
329. Keith Smith Jr. (w) vs Austin Blackburn
330. Brandon Espinosa and Elvis Aliaga (w) vs The BumRush Brothers (Shorty Biggs and OuTtKaSt)
331. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Shawn Santel
332. Brandon Aarons and Evan Morris (w) vs The Professionals (Shawn Santel and Mauler McDarby)
333. Dirdey Jake Dirden and The Black Hand Warriors (David DeLorean and Michael Magnuson) (w) vs Keon Option and Mike Outlaw and Justin D’Air

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94. SICW 6/20/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
334. Tokyo Monster Kahagas (w) vs Gary Jackson
335. Curtis Wylde (with Wyldfire) (w) vs Sean Vincent
336. Heath Hatton (w) vs Denzel Vance

95. HIGH RISK WRESTLING 6/28/15 (Cahokia, IL)
337. Flip Kendrick (w) vs Justin D’Air
338. Team IOU (Kerry Awful and Nick Iggy) (w) vs Danny Adams and Paco Gonzalez

96. SICW 7/18/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
339. Waco (w) vs Sean Vincent
340. Bobby D (w) vs Curtis Wylde (with Wyldfire)
341. Ron Powers and Gary Jackson (w) vs Tokyo Monster Kahagas and Flash Flannagan

97. HIGH RISK WRESTLING 7/27/15 (Cahokia, IL)
342. Justin D’Air (w) vs Dale Patricks, Jayden Fenix, Brian Skyline, Jarrod Jaxx, TW3 (Thomas WAlton, IL III)
343. Marek Brave (w) vs Adrian Alexander
344. Tony Kozina (w) vs Ace Perry
345. Team IOU (Kerry Awful and Nick Iggy) (w) vs High Level Enterprise (Jack Gamble and Jon Webb)

98. DYNAMO 8/8/15 (Fenton, MO)
346. Keon Option (w) vs Snitch
347. High Level Enterprise (Jack Gamble and Jon Webb) (w) The Black Hand Warriors (David DeLorean and Michael Magnuson)
348. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Shorty Biggs

99. MMWA 8/15/15 (St. Louis, MO)
349. Ace Hawkins (w) vs Barackus
350. LaMarcus Clinton (w) vs Jacko the Clown vs Flaming Freddy Fury (triple threat)
351. AJ Williams vs Da’Marius Jones

100. SICW 8/22/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
352. Ax Allwardt (w) vs Jay Wam Bam Bellows
353. Ron Powers (w) vs Waco
354. Curtis Wylde (w) vs Sean Vincent

101. DYNAMO 9/5/15 (Fenton, MO)
355. Evan Morris (w) vs the Snitch
356. Shorty Biggs, OuTtKaSt, and Ricky Cruz (w) vs Brandon Espinosa, Elvis Aliaga, and Danny Adams
357. Michael Elgin (w) vs Mike Outlaw

102. DYNAMO 9/6/15 (Four Hands Brewery – St. Louis, MO)
358. Keon Option (w) vs Brandon Gallagher
359. Justin D’Air (w) vs Shawn Santel
360. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Kevin Lee Davidson
361. Jake Dirden (w) vs Davey Richards

103. MMWA 9/12/15 (St. Louis, MO)
362. Barackus (w) vs Jimmy D
363. Gary Jackson (w) vs LMC vs Brandon Aarons vs Barackus
364. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs AJ Williams vs Da’Marius Jones

104. High Risk Wrestling 9/27/15 (Cahokia, IL)
365. Team IOU (Kerry Awful and Nick Iggy) (w) vs Tripp Cassidy and Josh Crane
366. – 370. Gauntlet Match
– Blake Belakis (w) vs Dale Patricks
– Blake Belakis (w) vs Jeremiah Plunkett
– Blake Belakis (w) vs Mike Sydal
– Blake Belakis (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden
– Blake Belakis (w) vs Ace Perry

105. DYNAMO 10/3/15 (Fenton, MO)
371. Scramble Match – Jayden Fenix (w) vs Keon Option vs Danny Adams vs Brandon Gallagher vs D’Marius Jones vs Snitch
372. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Elvis Aliaga

106. MMWA 10/10/15 (St. Louis, MO)
373. Brian James (w) vs LaMarcus Clinton
374. J’Mal Swagg (w) vs Jonathan Zulu
375. Ace Hawkins and Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Varik Morgan
376. Gary Jackson (w) vs Kevin Lee Davidson

107. SICW 10/17/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
377. Chaz Wessson (w) vs Barackus
378. Kahagas (w) vs Brent Meyers
379. Flash Flannagan (w) vs Ron Powers

108. DYNAMO 10/24/15 (Glen Carbon, IL)
380. OuTtKaSt (w) vs Danny Adams
381. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Billy McNeil
382. High Level Enterprise (Jack Gamble and Jon Webb) (w) vs The Black Hand Warriors (David DeLorean and Michael Magnuson)

109. PRO WRESTLING EPIC 11/6/15 (Brownstown, IL)
383. Justin D’Air (w) vs Brandon Espinosa
384. Deacon Cash (w) vs Dash Rondo
385. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Jacko the Clown
386. Barackus (w) vs Jimmy D
387. Billy McNeil (w) vs Leone Mephisto
388. Tyler Copeland (w) vs Derek Moss
389. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Ace Hawkins

110. MMWA 11/7/15 (St. Louis, MO)
390. Battle Royal – Gary Jackson (w) vs Brian James, Brandon Espinosa, Da’ Marius Jones, Ace Hawkins, Jonathan Zulu, Andrew Wilder, LaMarcus Clinton, Jimmy D,Billy Diamond
391. Billy Diamond and Jimmy D (w) vs Jonathan Zulu and Andrew Wilder
392. Brian James (w) vs Atilla Kahn (looser leaves town)

111. HALF PINT BRAWLERS 11/13/15 (Cross Eyed Crickets- Warrensburg, MO)
393. Little Kato (w) vs Puppet

112. SICW 11/14/15 (Swansea, IL)
394. Barackus (w) vs Brent Myers
395. Sean Vincent and Chaz Weson vs. Bubba Troll and Curtis Wyld
396. Jake Dirden vs Ax Allwardt
397. Battle Royal – Bobby D (w) Jake Dirden, Brandon Espinosa, Jimmy D, Bubba Troll, Chris Hargas, Brent Myers, Ax Allwardt, Curtis Wylde, Daniel Gunner, Barackus, Sean Vioncent, Ken Dasa, Chaz Wesson
398. Flash Flanagan (w) vs Gary Jackson

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113. SICW 11/21/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
399. Barackus (w) vs Purple Passion
400. Curtis Wylde (w) vs Sean Vincent (hardcore match)

114. SICW 12/12/15 (East Carondelet, IL)
401. Ax Allwardt (w) vs Barackus
402. Sean Vincent (w) vs Curtis Wylde (cage match)

115. MMWA 1/9/16 (St. Louis, MO)
403. Damion Cortess (w) vs Ace Hawkins
404. Moondog Rover (w) vs Jacko the Clownman

116. SICW 1/16/16 (East Carondelet, IL)
405. Daniel Gunner (w) vs Waco
405. Red River Jack (Cowboy Bob Orton) (w) vs Troll
406. Flash Flanagan (w) vs Kahagas

117. DYNAMO 1/23/16 (Wood River, IL)
407. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Cowboy Ric Maverick
408. Keon Option (w) vs Jayson Khaos
409. Billy McNeil (w) vs CJ Shine
410. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Kevin Lee Davidson

118. DYNAMO 2/6/16 (Fenton, MO)
411. Billy McNeil (w) vs Brandon Aarons
412. Evan Morris (w) vs Jayson Khaos
413. OuTtKaSt (w) vs Elvis Aliaga vs Jayden Fenix

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414. Lucy Mendez (w) vs Ms. Natural Heather Patera

119. MMWA 2/13/16 (St. Louis, MO)
415. Brandon Aarons vs Tyler Copeland (no contest)
416. AJ Williams and Da’Marius Jones (w) vs Brandon Aarons and Tyler Copeland
417. Prince Moses and Damion Cortess (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins
418. Gary Jackson (w) vs JMal Swagg

120. SICW 2/20/1 (East Carondelet, IL)
419. Britton Tucker (w) vs Jayson Khaos
420. Kahagas (w) vs Daniel Gunner
421. Gary Jackson (w) vs Curtis Wylde

121. DYNAMO 2/26/16 (Wood River, IL)
422. Jayson Khaos (w) vs Cowboy Ric Maverick
423. Evan Morris (w) vs Snitch
424. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Keon Option
425. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Alexander Rudolph
426. OuTtKaSt vs Dirdey Jake Dirden (time limit draw)

122. DYNAMO 3/5/16 (Fenton, MO)
427. Keon Option (w) vs Danny Adams
428. Jayson Khaos (w) vs Short Biggs
429. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Kevin Lee Davidson
430. OuTtKaSt (w) vs Elvis Aliaga

123. MMWA 3/12/16 (St. Louis, MO)
431. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Tyler Copeland vs Varik Morgan vs J-Mal Swagg
432. Battle Royal – Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Billy Diamond vs Jimmy D vs Danny Adams vs CJ Shine vs Jacko the clown vs Tyler Copeland vs Mike Outlaw vs Johnathon Zulu vs Matt Kenway
433. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Varik Morgan
434. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Brian James

124. SICW 3/26/16 (East Carondelet, IL)
435. Bobby D (w) vs Troll
436. Brandon Espinosa and Chris Hargas (w) vs Ron Powers and Daniel Gunner
437. Gary Jackson (w) vs Waco – outside interference Curtis Wylde
438. Sean Vincent and Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Dave Vaugh and Ax Allwardt

125. DYNAMO 4/2/16 (Fenton, MO)
439. Rocket Mapache (w) vs Brandon Gallagher
440. Jackal (w) vs CJ Shine
441. OuTtKaSt (w) vs Kevin Lee Davidson
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442. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Dirdey Jake Dirden

126. MMWA 4/9/16 (St. Louis, MO)
443. Gary Jackson vs Brandon Espinosa (no contest)
444. Moondog Rover (w) vs Jimmy D
445. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Matt Kenway
446. Gary Jackson and Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs AJ Williams and Da’Marius Jones

127. CAULIFLOWER ALLEY REUNION 4/10/16 (Las Vegas, NV)
447. Battle Royal – Kahagas (w), Alexander G. Bernard, Ricky Tenacious,David Lutzker, Sam Houston, Grandfather of strong style Jayce Battle, Jamie Sonegal, Andrea the Giant, Manny Fresh, Zoo Proof Jay Hazzard, Jim Cicero, Rik Luxury, Dexter Milhouse, Beast the Butcher, War Pig Jodi Christofersen, Wolf Tanos, Chad Thomas, Cary Kreese, Sumati, Houston Carson, Korbri Kai, Tony Stetson, The Aposeal Juda, Wild Horse, Bossman, Prince Rasheed Mohamad Najjar, Young boy Jody Parks, Game Changer Greg Hernadez

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Jay King hangs out with Howard Finkle

128. CAULIFLOWER ALLEY 52nd REUNION 4/11/16 (Las Vegas, NV)

448. J Cash, Leon Hater, Ricky Tenacious (Player’s Club) (w) vs Greg Romero, Beast the Butcher, Big Ditty

129. SICW 4/15/16 (East Carondelet, IL)
449. Ron Powers (w) vs Big Jim Hoffarth
450. Jason Vaugh and Daniel Gunner (w) vs Waco and Britton Tucker
451. Kahagas (w) vs Sean Vincent
452. Curtis Wylde (w) vs Gary Jackson (DQ Gary uses WyldeFyre as a weapon)

130. SICW 4/16/16 (Comic Con – Cape Ciradeau, MO)

 

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453. Osby Tomlin (w) vs Farmer Billy Hills
454. Kevin Lee Davidson (w) vs Brandon Aarons
455. Jason Vaughn (w) vs Da’Marius Jones
456. Gary Jackson and Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Brandon Espinosa and Barrackus

131. DYNAMO 4/13/16 (Columbia, MO)
457. CJ Shine (w) vs Garret Shanks surfer dude
458. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Evan Morris
459. OuTtKaSt (w) vs Brandon Espinosa

132. SICW 4/30/16 (Millistadt, IL)
460. Moondog Rover and Gary Jackson (w) vs Jimmy D and Curtis Wylde
461. Britton Tucker (w) vs Gunner
462. Ax Allwardt with Big Daddy (w) vs Jason Vaughn
463. Kato (w) vs Beautiful Bobby

133. DYNAMO 5/7/16 (Cinco de Mayo 1 – Cherokee – St. Louis, MO)
464. Mike Outlaw (w) vs CJ Shine
465. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Justin D’Air
466. Rocket Mapache (w) vs Da’Marius Jones

134. DYNAMO 5/7/16 (Cinco de Mayo 2 – Cherokee – St. Louis, MO)
467. Makaze (w) vs J-mal Swagg
468. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Barrackus
469. Ricky Cruz, Rocket Mapache, and Mike Outlaw (w) vs Brandon Espinosa, Da’Marius Jones, and Barrackus
470. Ricky Cruz (w) vs Brandon Espinosa

134. DYNAMO 5/7/16 (Fenton, MO)
471. Keon Option and Justin D’Air (w) vs Billy McNeil and Jayson Khaos
472. Brandon Gallagher (w) vs Makaze
473. Mike Outlaw (w) vs Mike Sydal
474. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Ricky Cruz

135. MMWA 5/14/16 (St. Louis, MO)
475. Moondog Rover and Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Jimmy D and Matt Kenway
476. Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins (w) vs Prince Moses and Damien Cortess
477. Brian James (w) vs Danny Adams

136. SICW 5/21/16 (East Carondelet, IL)
478. Ken Kasa vs Brandon Espinosa and Chris Hargas (time limit draw)
479. Sean Vincent (w) vs Dave Vaughn (decision reversed)
480. Johnny Blade (w) vs Flaming Freddy Fury
481. Gary Jackson (w) vs Curtis Wylde (WyldFyre in a cage)
482. Bruiser Brody Memorial Battle Royal – Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Sean Vincent, Dave Vaughn, Chris Hargas, Cooter, Moondog Rover, Jimmy D, Jayson Kahos, Ax Allwardt, Troll, Brandon Espinosa, Ken Kasa, Johnny Blade, Britton Tucker, Daniel Gunner, Jason Vaughn

137. DYNAMO 5/28/16 (Ready Room – St. Louis, MO)
483. Makaze (w) vs Brandon Gallagher
484. Brandon Aarons (w) vs Evan Morris vs Kevin Lee Davidson
485. Dirdey Jake Dirden (w) vs Brandon Aarons

138. EXTREME MIDGET WRESTLING 6/2/16 (Stratford Inn – Fenton, MO)

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486. King Midget (w) vs Lil Show
487. Baby Jesus (w) vs Lil Outlaw
488. Triple Threat – Baby Jesus (w) vs King Midget vs Nasty Boy
489. Battle Royal – Lil Show (w) vs Baby Jesus, King Midget, Nasty Boy, Lil Outlaw

139. MMWA 6/11/16 (St. Louis, MO)
490. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Danny Adams
491. Moondog Rover (w) vs Matt Kenway
492. Shaft (w) vs Jimmy D

140. MMWA 7/9/16 (St. Louis, MO)
493. Danny Adams (w) vs Brian James
494. Brandon Espinosa (w) vs Mike Outlaw
495. Jimmy D, Matt Kenway, and Evan Gelistico vs Big Jim Hoffarth and Moondog Rover
496. AJ Williams (w) vs Da’Marius Jones vs Gary Jackson vs Kevin Lee Davidson (4 man scramble)

141. SICW 7/16/16 (East Carondelet, IL)
497. Moondog Rover (w) vs Flaming Freddie Fury
498. Dave Vaugh (w) vs Johnny Blade
499. Big Jim Hoffarth (w) vs Curtis Wylde
500. Vic the Brusier, Kahagas, and Atilla Kahn (w) vs Gary Jackson, Cowboy Bob Orton, Ron Powers (2 out of 3 falls)

 Next weekend Jay King will be laying down the law at the  Dynamo’s show at NatsuCon and the first Resurgence show at the Ready Room.
If you would like to book Jay King to referee a match for your promotion please contact him at ninjavet9@yahoo.com

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