Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 4, 2011
By Brian Kelley
This past weekend in Mt Pulaski Illinois, Pro Wrestling Epic brought to their fans once again some of the biggest and most talented names in the sport today for an action filled evening.
Prior to the evening MWR’S Dubray Tallman caught up with “Mean” Mason Beck to get his thoughts on his upcoming match with the PWE Champion The Mississippi Madman in a Steel Chain match….in the first of many surprises as the challenger Beck was ending his promo let’s find out which former WWE star showed up.
After some big matches that saw young Evan Money defeat Jordan McEntyre,
Alexander Rudolph over power David Osbourne,
Krotch taking down Eric Allen.
We got to see the grudge match between PWE US Champ Blake Steel and former champ Brandon Aarons. A hard hitting match that is far from over as Aarons won by DQ when Steels manager Melody interfered.
Prior to intermission we were shocked to see Jimmy Jacobs, who has torn in up at Ring of Honor, , Evolve, AAW (just to name a few) came into the ring to confront Jordan McEntyre. McEntyre had came back to the ring to taunt the crowd some more for his own amusement. After he disposed of loud mouth McEntyre he let the crowd why in fact he was there know that he was signed for Pro Wrestling’s tournament on April 29th which has been named the Epic 8.
With Jacobs signed it will be truly exciting to see who else will be signed in what could very well become something truly special.
When we came back the Pro Wrestling Epic the tag team belts was vacated by former champ Mephisto and his tag partner Kurt Styles who was not in the building. In a big match up that saw the Hooligans earning the belts in a win against Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins.
Afterwards Espinosa turned on his partner, even adding insult to injury when the Hooligans took part in the beat down on Hawkins. Once again the talented Jacobs came to the ring this time the man to feel his wrath was Brandon Espinosa.
In one night the PWE fans was able to see a glimpse of what is to come on April 29th.
AJ Smooth defeated a tough Knight Wagner as we geared for the main event.
In the main event we got to see Mason Beck and the Mississippi Madman go at each other in a Steel Chain match.
Throughout the match the sheer power of both men caused the chain to break loose. Blow after blow, back and forth the Madman and Beck went at it.
In the end it would be the power the Madman who would stop Beck from making the final touch of the ring post and retain his PWE Championship.
The show was over but we were far from done as the MWR Wrestler of the Night ,Evan Money had worn our t-shirt to the ring. Prior to the start of his match he threw it out to the Goldman family from Bloomington, IL. Money was more than willing to take the time to meet his young fan after the show.
After much hard work throughout the night we were honored to get words from Jimmy Jacobs as he gave us his thoughts on Pro Wrestling Epic’s Epic 8 on April 29th in Mt Pulaski Illinois.
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Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 30, 2009
By Brian Kelley
A trip to Pro Wrestling Next couple of months ago allowed me the opportunity to meet wrestling Superstar and a great guy, Zach Gowen for the first time. Zach Gowen had a match with the young and talented Juice Robinson on this evening. I was able to get an exclusive interview for Missouri Wrestling Revival.
Pro Wrestling Next proudly presents
Road to the Title
Friday, September 11th
Doors open 6:45
Bell Time 7:30
SkyWalker International Sports Complex
400 E. Eldorado
$15.00 Front Row
$10.00 Genral Admission
KIDS UNDER 10 ARE JUST $5. KIDS 5 AND UNDER ARE FREE!
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Posted by flairwhoooooo on August 15, 2009
3XWrestling Set To Crown First King of Des Moines
Iowa’s Top Wrestling Company Presents One Night Tournament
DES MOINES, Iowa – Hot off the heels of its Four Year Anniversary Event – which saw a standing-room only crowd of hundreds of fans pack the Des Moines Social Club – 3XWrestling (3XW) is gearing up to hold the biggest tournament in company history.
3XW’s first ever King of Des Moines tournament is scheduled to once again excite area wrestling fans at the Des Moines Social Club on August 21. This spectacular tournament features 11 top competitors doing battle in a unique three-round, one-night tournament format, with the winner being named the first “King of Des Moines” at the end of the night.
What makes this tournament unique in pro wrestling circles is that two of 3XW‘s championships will actually be defended in first round action. 3XW Cruiserweight champion “The Rockstar” Jimmy Rockwell, now in his 13th-month as titleholder, defends the championship against the demanding challenge of “The Canadian Sex Icon” Ryan Slade. The 3XW Tag Team titles will also be defended as champions The Gentleman’s Club, Gage Octane and Mark Sterling, face mega-popular risk takers Mike Sydal and “The Unbreakable” Zach Thompson, collectively known as the High Flyers.
3XW‘s other top titles will also be defended in non-tournament action. “Delicious” Devin Carter defends the 3XW Heavyweight championship against the phenomenal Jeremy Wyatt, the 2008 MissouriWrestlingRevival.com “Wrestler of the Year,” in a much-anticipated main event bout. Tyler Cook also looks to retain the 3XW Pure Wrestling championship against the devastating offensive attack of Kraig Keesaman, who hasn’t tasted defeat since August 2008, in what should be an outstanding technical wrestling bout.
Doors open at 7 p.m. for a 7:30 p.m. start time. The Des Moines Social Club is located at 1408 Locust St. in Des Moines.
Wrestling fans can watch the latest episode of 3XW Outside the Ring at www.3XWrestling.com for more details on this spectacular event, including interviews with many of the competitors.
Looking ahead to the future, former WWE and MTV star Al Snow will compete as part of 3XW’s Sept. 18 event. More details to come about this huge addition to 3XW in a future release.
Founded in 2005, 3XWrestling, a Des Moines-based organization, has performed in front of thousands of fans across Iowa and been featured on Iowa Public Radio and in publications including Juice and Cityview. 3XW events are held monthly in Des Moines.
3XW and its performers are also heavily involved with charity work – a recent 3XW benefit event in Ottumwa, Iowa featuring one-legged wrestling star Zach Gowen raised over $10,000 to help the family of a young man whose leg was amputated due to his battle with cancer. All proceeds from the event we’re given to the family to offset medical costs, with every wrestler performing on a volunteer basis.
For more information about 3XWrestling, including details on purchasing advance tickets, please visit www.3XWrestling.com. Card subject to change.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 3XW, Al Snow, Devin Carter, Gage Octane, High Flyers, jeremy wyatt, Jimmy Rockwell, Kraig Keesaman, mark sterling, Mike Sydal, Ryan Slade, The Gentleman's Club, tyler cook, Zach Gowen, Zach Thompson | Leave a Comment »