News: Tajiri, Rich, Lugar & Koloff, New Japan, EMLL, More

Bill Behrens

Check out each page in thisa report for news on New Japan, EMLL, AAA, Dragon Gate US, Chikara, ACE WXW, ISPW, and more Japan, Mexico & Indy news………

 

NEW JAPAN G-1 CLIMAX CARDS with stars from Zero 1 Max (Masato Tanaka), Hustle (Tajiri), & Noah (Takahsi Sugiura)) stars…plus Mistico

 

NJPW, 8/7/09 (SXW)
Hiroshima Sun Plaza

1. Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma vs. Tomohiro Ishii & Karl Anderson
2. Yuji Nagata & Kazuchika Okada vs. Tiger Mask & Jushin Thunder Liger
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Toru Yano vs. Masato Tanaka
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Giant Bernard vs. TAJIRI
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Manabu Nakanishi vs. Takashi Iizuka
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Takashi Sugiura
7. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Takao Omori
8. G1 Climax – Block B: Hirooki Goto vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

 

NJPW, 8/8/09 (Samurai! TV)
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium

1. Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt vs. Milano Collection AT & Taichi
2. Manabu Nakanishi, Tiger Mask & Kazuchika Okada vs. Tomohiro Ishii, Karl Anderson & YAMATO
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Toru Yano vs. TAJIRI
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Togi Makabe vs. Takao Omori
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Takashi Iizuka
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Yuji Nagata vs. Hirooki Goto
7. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Giant Bernard
8. G1 Climax – Block B: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Takashi Sugiura

 

NJPW, 8/9/09 (Samurai! TV)
Osaka Prefectural Gymnasium

1. Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt vs. Jado & YAMATO
2. Tomoaki Honma vs. TAJIRI
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Togi Makabe vs. Giant Bernard
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Masato Tanaka vs. Takao Omori
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Manabu Nakanishi vs. Hirooki Goto
6. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Toru Yano
7. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
8. G1 Climax – Block B: Yuji Nagata vs. Takashi Sugiura

 

NJPW, 8/10/09 (Samurai! TV)
Yokohama Bunka Gymnasium

1. Tiger Mask & Kazuchika Okada vs. Toru Yano & Tomohiro Ishii
2. Hirooki Goto, Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt vs. Wataru Inoue, Milano Collection AT & Taichi
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Masato Tanaka vs. TAJIRI
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Giant Bernard vs. Takao Omori
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Takashi Iizuka
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Manabu Nakanishi vs. Takashi Sugiura
7. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Yuji Nagata
8. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Togi Makabe

 

NJPW, 8/11/09 (Samurai! TV)
Tokyo Korakuen Hall

1. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt vs. Shinsuke Nakamura, Tomohiro Ishii & Karl Anderson
2. G1 Climax – Block A: Toru Yano vs. Takao Omori
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Togi Makabe vs. TAJIRI
4. G1 Climax – Block B: Takashi Iizuka vs. Takashi Sugiura
5. G1 Climax – Block A: Giant Bernard vs. Masato Tanaka
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Hirooki Goto
7. G1 Climax – Block B: Yuji Nagata vs. Manabu Nakanishi

 

NJPW, 8/13/09 (WPW)
Aichi Prefectural Gymnasium

1. Tiger Mask & Mistico vs. Tomohiro Ishii & OKUMURA
2. Super Strong Machine & Kazuchika Okada vs. Takashi Sugiura & Atsushi Aoki
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Toru Yano vs. Giant Bernard
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Togi Makabe vs. Masato Tanaka
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Manabu Nakanishi
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Yuji Nagata vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
7. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. TAJIRI

 

NJPW, 8/15/09 (SXW)
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Wataru Inoue & Kazuchika Okada vs. Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson & OKUMURA
2. IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Tiger Mask (c) vs. Mistico
3. G1 Climax – Block A: Takao Omori vs. TAJIRI
4. G1 Climax – Block A: Togi Makabe vs. Toru Yano
5. G1 Climax – Block B: Yuji Nagata vs. Takashi Iizuka
6. G1 Climax – Block B: Manabu Nakanishi vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
7. G1 Climax – Block B: Hirooki Goto vs. Takashi Sugiura

8. G1 Climax – Block A: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Masato Tanaka

 

NJPW, 8/16/09 (WPW/PPV)
Tokyo Ryogoku Kokugikan

1. G1 Climax – Semi Final: Block A 1st place vs. Block B 2nd place
2. G1 Climax – Semi Final: Block B 1st place vs. Block A 2nd place
3. G1 Climax – Final:

 

 

 

NJPW, 7/22/09
Asahikawa Local Industry Promotion Center
1,300 Fans
– No Vacancy

1. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA beat Tiger Mask & Nobuo Yoshihashi (10:35) when AKIRA used a Musasabi press on Yoshihashi.
2. Apollo 55 vs. Unione I: Milano Collection AT & Taichi beat Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt (9:23) when Milano used a cradle on Devitt.
3. Wataru Inoue & Koji Kanemoto beat Yuji Nagata & Mitsuhide Hirasawa (12:39) when Inoue used a double-arm facebuster on Hirasawa.
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Hirooki Goto & Kazuchika Okada beat Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii & Jado (12:37) when Ishii was DQ’d.
5. GBH vs. CHAOS I: Shinsuke Nakamura & Toru Yano beat Togi Makabe & Tomoaki Honma (12:17) when Nakamura used a flying cross armbreaker on Honma.
6. Hiroshi Tanahashi, Manabu Nakanishi & Takao Omori beat Giant Bernard, Val Venis & Karl Anderson (17:25) when Tanahashi used the High Fly Flow on Anderson.

 

NJPW “LEONIS III”, 7/21/09
Sapporo Concarino
223 Fans
– Super No Vacancy

1. Tomohiro Ishii beat Tomoaki Honma (11:24) with a hammerlock.
2. Milano Collection AT & Taichi beat Wataru Inoue & Nobuo Yoshihashi (13:19) when Taichi used a head kick on Yoshihashi.
3. Val Venis & Karl Anderson beat Hirooki Goto & Kazuchika Okada (12:41) when Venis used the Money Shot on Okada.
4. Shinsuke Nakamura beat Mitsuhide Hirasawa (7:59) with a knee kick.
5. Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt beat Hiroshi Tanahashi & Tiger Mask (15:25) when Taguchi used an inside cradle on Tiger.

 

 

EMLL (CMLL) RESULTS MEXICO

EMLL 7/13 – Arena Puebla
1. Asturiano/King Jaguar/Lestat beat Aguila Guerrera/Espiritu Maligno/Mr. Rafaga
2. Astro Boy/Centella de Oro/Tony Rivera defeatedCaligula/Messala/Policeman
3. Fabian el Gitano/Metro/Mictlan beat Arkangel de la Muerte/Escandalo/Loco Max
4. Hector Garza/Hijo del Fantasma/La Mascara defeated NO LIMIT (Tetsuya Naito & Yujiro Takahashi)/Ultimo Guerrero
5. NWA Welterweight Title: Mephisto beat Mistico to retain his title.

EMLL 7/19 – Arena Coliseo
1. Los Hombres del Camoflaje (Artillero & Super Comando) beat Los Rayos Tapatios I y II
2. Horus/Metalico/Tigre Blanco defeated El Bronco/Inquisidor/Polvora
3. Estrella Magica/Lluvia/Sahori beat La Nazi/Princesa Blanca/La Seductora by DQ when Blanca ripped off Lluvia’s mask.
4. Heavy Metal/Hijo del Lizmark/Sangre Azteca defeated Mascara Dorada/Mictlan/Valiente – Fabian el Gitano came out before the match and danced for the ladies along with Mictlan but Mictlan ended up getting stretchered out.
5. Atlantis/Negro Casas/Mr. Niebla beat Hector Garza/Mistico/Toscano when Negro fouled Mistico behind the ref’s back.

EMLL 7/21 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara
1. Katana & Milenio beat Astaroth & Thunder Boy
2. Angel del Mal & Drago defeated Magnum & Metatron
3. El Gallo & Leon Blanco beat Mascara Magica & Mr. Trueno
4. Flash & Metro defeated Escandalo & Nosferatu
5. Damian el Terrible & Hijo del Texano beat La Mascara & Toscano

EMLL 7/21 – Arena Mexico
1. Bengala & Molotov beat Caligula & Messala
2. El Bronco/Dr. X/Vangelis defeated Angel de Plata/Guerrero Mayo Jr./Metalico
3. Lady Apache/Lluvia/Marcela beat Amapola/Raven Hiroka/Yeska and Marcela challenged Amapola to a shot at her CMLL Femenil Title after the match.
4. Felino/Heavy Metal/Ray Mendoza Jr. (subbing for Hijo del Lizmark) defeated Hector Garza/Mictlan/Sagrado
5. CMLL Middleweight Title: Hijo del Fantasma beat Averno to win the title.

 

 

 

UPCOMING AAA SHOW MEXICO

ASTENCIA ASESORIA y ADMINISTRACION

7/26 – Centro Banamex del Distrito Federal (TV taping)
1. Atomic Boy/Gato Eveready/Laredo Kid vs. El Poder Norte (Rio Bravo/Tito Santana/Tigre Cota)
2. Aero Star & Fabi Apache vs. Billy Boy & Sexy Star
3. Crazy Boy/Rocky Romero/Ultimo Gladiador vs. TEAM KENZO (Oriental/Takuya Sugi/Kenzo Suzuki)
4. Extreme Tiger/El Mesias/Octagon vs. Joe Lider/Alex Koslov/Nicho el Millionario
5. Charly Manson/Dr. Wagner Jr./Jack Evans vs. Chessman/Cibernetico/Teddy Hart

 

Night Of Georgia Legends Saturday, 1 August 2009 Time: 18:00 Faith Christian Academy, 221 Spalding Dr, Griffin, 30223, USThe Royal Rangers & Wrestling For Christ Ministries presents KCW and "Night of Georgia Legends" featuring Nikita Koloff, Lex Luger, Tommy Rich, Thunderbolt Patterson, Rock & Roll Ricky Morton, Chic Donovan, Nightmare Ted Allen, Prince Rhumma, and more. August 1st @ Faith Christian Academy Located @ 221 Spalding Drive Griffin, GA 30223. Doors @ 6pm, Belltime 7pm Free Admission.

 

DRAGON GATE US REPORT

Dragon Gate USA will hold it’s debut event this Saturday at The Arena in Philadelphia. Tickets are available now in the DGUSA.tv Store. Here are some items from www.DGUSA.tv leading into this weekend:

THE CARD:

ï‚·  Dragon Kid vs. Masato Yoshino

ï‚·  Open The Brave Gate Champion and 1/3 of Open The Triangle Gate Champions CIMA Cima & Susumu Yokosuka [Warriors-5] vs. The Young Bucks of Nick and Matt Jackson

ï‚·  CHIKARA 8 Man Tag Team Match
Fire Ant & Soldier Ant [The Colony] & Hallowicked & Mike Quakenbush (CHIKARA Tecnicos) vs. Gran Akuma & Icarus [F.I.S.T.] & Amasis [The Osirian Portal] & Hallowicked (CHIKARA Rudos)

ï‚·  The Fray – Featuring: Cheech and Cloudy, Johnny Gargano and more!

ï‚·  Open The Dream Gate Champion Naruki Doi vs. Shingo Takagi

ï‚·  BxB Hulk vs. YAMATO

ï‚·  Special Attraction Match
2 Cold Scorpio vs. Ken Doane

Plus: "Live Event Hostess" Dawn Marie and others!!!

-DGUSA VP Gabe Sapolsky is giving an unprecedented look at what goes on behind the scenes during the week of a debut show at: www.Twitter.com/DragonGateUSA

-Today will start the "What You Need To Know" series of articles in the www.DGUSA.tv  Feature Articles section. This will give you all the details of this weekend’s events from what merchandise will be there to how the lines will be organized in the front of the building.

-You can now pick up DGUSA tickets, DVDs, shirts and hats in person at Jinxed Clothing on 620 S. 4th Street in Philadelphia with a zip code of 19147. Jinxed Clothing is located around the corner from Jim’s Steaks on South Street. Go to www.JinxedClothing.com or call 215-978-JINX for hours and directions. For over 10 years Jinxed has been designing some of the coolest and most controversial shirts around. Their shop sells art-based shirts, toys, books, vintage and more including Dragon Gate USA stuff.

-According to Alexa.com, which measures website traffic, www.DGUSA.tv  has seen a 340% growth in its first three months. Thank you!

-The DGUSA.tv Feature Articles section has an article asking you to predict the winners of this Saturday’s event. Here is the lineup. Can you pick the winners?
1) Naruki Doi vs. Shingo
2) Masato Yoshino vs. Dragon Kid
3) BxB Hulk vs. YAMATO
4) CIMA & Susumu Yokosuka vs. The Young Bucks
5) Mike Quackenbush, Jigsaw, Fire Ant & Soldier Ant vs. Gran Akuma, Icarus, Hallowicked & Amasis
6) Ken Doane vs. 2 Cold Scorpio

-"Best Of Wrestle JAM Vol. 1" DVD is available for pre-order in the DGUSA.tv Store. It features all the top Dragon Gate stars in great matches plus Matt "Evan Bourne" Sydal, Jack Evans, Austin Aries, Roderick Strong, Jimmy Rave, Chris Bosh and many others. The DVD will be available at this Saturday’s event and start shipping this Monday. There are two special DVD offers available in the DGUSA.tv Store so you get the most bang for your buck.

 

 

 

CHIKARA: 6 matches confirmed for Fan Appreciation Night in Reading, PA

In just a few weeks, the CHIKARA gang makes its last 2009 stop in Berks County, and we’re bringing a loaded card of super fun matches…including at least one top-secret singles bout that is sure to please longtime followers of ours! Plus, at this event, we’re releasing the new Hallowicked replica mask, as well as a brand new "Cheech & Cloudy" t-shirt that is sure to be the hit of the summer!

Already confirmed for that night in Reading:

~Trios Tussle!~
The Colony (Fire Ant & Soldier Ant & Green Ant)
vs.
The Order of the Neo Solar Temple (UltraMantis Black & Delirious & Crossbones)

~First Time Ever!~
Amasis vs. Lince Dorado

~America vs. Switzerland!~
Tim Donst vs. Claudio Castagnoli

~Tag Team Warfare!~
Cheech Hernandez & "Cloudy" Day vs. Brodie Lee & Grizzly Redwood

~Six Man Tag Match!~
Hallowicked & Frightmare & Hydra vs. Vin Gerard & STIGMA & Colin Delaney

~Ladies Action!~
Daizee Haze vs. Rayna VonTash

To really make the occasion special, we’re giving away a free gift to every paying customer that attends our July 31 card in Reading. Just a sampling of what we’re giving away:

-Official t-shirts
-Replica masks
-Trading cards
-DVD’s
-CHIKARA Bumper stickers
-Posters
-and one lucky fan will win a brand new copy of the CHIKARA Yearbook: 2009 Edition, signed by the CHIKARA roster!

All through July, you can get CHIKARA’s fourth ever "Pod-Per-View," an original program with never-before-seen content available for download right on your computer or portable thingy/whatever! Included are matches pitting F.I.S.T. against Cheech Hernandez & KC "Cloudy" Day, as well as The Osirian Portal in non-title action against The Colony. We also dug up some clips from a recent 6-man tag match where Mike Quackenbush squared off against Mexican mat master Negro Navarro, in an exchange of holds that pits the two submission artists against one another. CHIKARA’s own Bryce Remsburg hosts the (approx.) 40-minute program, and sheds some light on CHIKARA’s first out-of-state ventures for 2009, in addition to tons of great action you won’t find anywhere else!
You can purchase PPV4: The Quest for Peace at: www.chikarapodcast.com right now!

Tickets for our upcoming events are available here! The wait for "Aniversario Yin" (from Easton) and "Aniversario Yang" (from Philadelphia) is over – the official DVD’s are now available at Smart Mark Video! Complete with new, original covers, plus backstage interviews, these are great collectors items for CHIKARA fans new and old! Support CHIKARA by getting your official DVD’s through our exclusive distributor, Smart Mark Video.com!

CHIKARA Presents: Dragon Gate USA
7.25.2009 – Saturday Evening
Live @ The ECW Arena!
7 W. Ritner St.
in scenic South Philly, PA!
The action starts @ 8:00 pm!

"Never Kneel at the Altar of Conformity"
7.31.2009 – Friday Evening
Live @ The Riverside Beneficial Assoc.!
1742 Pear St.
in clean Reading, PA!
The fun starts @ 7:30 pm!

Young Lions Cup VII – Night 1
8.14.2009 – Friday Evening
Live @ The Charles Chrin Comm. Center!
4100 Green Pond Rd.
in spacious Easton, PA!
The fun starts @ 7:30 pm!

Young Lions Cup VII – Night 2
8.15.2009 – Saturday Evening
Live @ The Charles Chrin Comm. Center!
4100 Green Pond Rd.
in spacious Easton, PA!
The fun starts @ 7:30 pm!

Young Lions Cup VII – Night 3
8.16.2009 – Sunday Afternoon
Live @ The ECW Arena!
7 W. Ritner St.
in scenic South Philly, PA!
The action starts @ 4:00 pm!

Our homebase: www.chikarapro.com  - Now in Japanese!
For our free, weekly video podcast: www.chikarapodcast.com 
Get free updates on your mobile device: www.twitter.com/chikarapro 
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American Championship Entertainment
Presents:  ANARCHY ’09
Saturday August 8, 2009
The NEW ACE ARENA
725 Sip St. (2nd Flr.) *Right hand side*
Union City, NJ 07087

Doors Open: 7:00 p.m.
Action Zone T.V. Taping: 7:30 p.m.
Main Show: 8:00 p.m.

All Seats General Admission: ONLY $15

JUST SIGNED!!!

ACE Heavyweight Championship:
Dan Maff©
vs.
Former WWE Superstar
"Classic" Colt Cabana

Fresh off his win against Kenny Omega, ACE Heavyweight Champion Dan Maff told ACE management that on Saturday, August 8th he again wanted the best to face him in the ACE Arena & signed his "open door" policy contract. Fresh off his stint in World Wrestling Entertainment "Classic" Colt Cabana has signed on the dotted line and would love nothing more then to make a bold statement on the indy scene. What better way to do this then to not only defeat one of the brightest stars but to take away the ACE Heavyweight Championship from its current owner Dan Maff. Will Dan Maff cement his spot as the undisputed ACE Heavyweight Champion or will it be GOOD TIMES…GREAT MEMORIES!!! for Colt Cabana?

Also in action that night….

2 out of 3 Falls:
"The Good Guy" Azrieal
vs.
Mo Sexton

The first time in 2009 when Mo Sexton & Azrieal locked up it wasn’t scheduled & neither man scored a pinfall or submission win over the other. Their seconds meeting at CrossRoads resulted in the same thing – now at ACE Anarchy ’09 someone MUST get a pin or submission victory TWICE to be declared the winner. Will this 2 out of 3 falls encounter lead to a resolution between Sexton and "The Good Guy" or will this just lead to greater encounters between the two?

ACE Diamond Division Championship:
Shawn Walker© w/ Dover
vs.
Bandido Jr.

At CrossRoads, Bandido Jr made good on his word to walk out with a win (over Rayza & Lince Dorado) and establish himself as a MAJOR player for the Diamond Division Championship. After witnessing the brutality that Mike Donovan & Shawn Walker put themselves through for the coveted title, Bandido was all to happy to add his name as the next in line to vie for the championship. Can Bandido ride this "title" wave to the Diamond Division Championship at Anarchy ’09 or will Shawn Walker (with Dover by his side) continue his dominance & retain the championship?

ACE Tag Team Championship:
Johnson 2 Johnson©
(‘Big’ Brian & Andrew ‘Tiny’)
vs.
Saints of Brutality
(Stockade & Brolly)

Since the conclusion of CrossRoad ’09, the office of the championship committee has been BOMBARDED (literally) by the Saints of Brutality who have been demanding a return match with the men who dethroned them for the gold: Johnson 2 Johnson. Stockade & Brolly claim it should have been them NOT Andrew & Brian showcasing the tag team division at CrossRoads & claim they will stop at NOTHING to decimate the reigning champs. Since learning of the threats & rematch demands of the S.o.B., ‘Big’ Brian & Andrew ‘Tiny’ were all to excited to add their names to the championship contracts for Anarchy ’09. They know another win over the Saints will just cement them as the TRUE tag team champions & the team to beat here in ACE.

WSU Womens Championship:
Mercedes Martinez©
vs.
Former TNA Superstar
Nikki Roxx

Fresh off the heels of the first ever IRON WOMAN match, Mercedes Martinez has been waiting for some new challenger to rise up from with in Women’s Superstars UnCensored (WSU) and that challenger has stepped up & its none other then former TNA Superstar & former WSU Champion: NIKKI ROXX! Nikki held the WSU Championship in 2007 but never received her return match as the former champion. Having recently secured the #1 contender’s status by winning the second ever Uncensored Rumble, Roxx spoke to the championship committee of WSU and appealed her LONG overdue title rematch as well as cashing in her #1 contender’s shot later this month. With TWO opportunities in the hot summer heat of August can Nikki Roxx regain her former championship at Anarchy ’09 or will Mercedes Martinez cool off her challenger & retain the WSU Championship?

Special Challenge Match:
*Chikara’s* Lince Dorado
vs.
Mike Donovan

On the heels of what was considered by many fans to almost be "match of the night" at CrossRoads ’09, Mike Donovan finds himself still in the hunt to recapture the ACE Diamond Division Championship, however now standing in his way is a man who made his debut at CrossRoads – Lince Dorado. Dorado, who was backstage watching the ladder match that pitted Donovan against Shawn Walker for the Diamond Division title, was overheard saying that in order to really make an impact in ACE he may need to take down one of the men who almost stole the show: Mike Donovan. Can Donovan rebound and again find himself in the hunt for the Diamond Division title or will Lince Dorado make the impact he’s looking for here in ACE… at Donovan’s expense?

American Championship Entertainment is proud to announce that
"The King of Diamonds" Eddie Kingston will make his ACE debut at Anarchy ’09

More matches & talent to be announced in the coming weeks

*Card Subject To Change*

For more information on Anarchy ’09 or anything ACE related visit our revamped website www.aceprowrestling.com
or you can visit us on myspace www.myspace.com/acewrestling and be sure to check out our weekly webshow Action Zone every Wednesday night 8PM at www.aceprowrestling.com or at http://exposureroom.com/members/ACEproW … px/videos/

 

 

WXW C-4′s annual return to Sportsfest happened on July 19th for an over four hour extravaganza!  By now you’ve no doubt read all the publicity about the history of the event, so let’s get right down to the recap of the action:

Commissioner Maven Bentley was on hand to open the event and introduce WXW C-4′s first second-generation diva: Miss Risza, the daughter of the late WWF wrestler Steve King, a good friend of the Samoan family.  Shawn Credle handled commentary duties for the broadcast.  Your cameramen were Ethan Cramer and Eric Shaffer, and your timekeeper in attendance was Joel Oreski.  Special thanks also to event sponsors Commix Hotel and Valley Welding.

1) The first match of the afternoon was a popular favorite at Sportsfest: the battle royal. This time, wrestlers entered at staggered intervals to make things more unpredictable.  Mercedes Martinez won the event, to win a title shot of her choice.  

2) AC Sledge, John The Man & Rex Taylor knocked off the trio of Chrono Chris, Mr. Harrison & Wigeezy.20 After the match, Steve Corino came to the ring with his Extreme Horsemen, Papa Don & "Second To None" Anthony. Corino explained to AC Sledge that it was time for him to stop hiding behind a fake name, and take his place as an Anderson alongside Corino in the Extreme Horsemen.  Sledge gave it some thought, then laid waste to his former teammates and joined the Horsemen using his true name, AC Anderson.

     3)  “Panama City Playboy” Adam Cole pinned newcomer Bobby Ocean .

     4)  “Puerto Rican Terror” Havoc & newest Wild Samoan Training Center graduate Nyia beat Danny DeManto & Brooke Carter in a mixed tag team match.

     5)  Sabian pinned The Dynamic Sensation (TDS) to become #1 contender to Ultimate Hybrid Title. 

     6)  Maverick pinned Bruno Marciano. 

     7)  To settle the Ultimate Hybrid Title situation stemming from two men holding onto the belt at the Go for the Gold match, VSK beat Sean Maluta in 2 straight falls of a two out of three falls match, but not without the presence of The Dynamic Sensation, the first man to hold that title.

     8)  DJ Hyde pinned Ki-Vuta.

     9)  Big Joe Gomez returned and pinned Brimstone. 

  =2 0 10) All Money Is Legal (K. Murda & K. Pusha) vs. Extreme Horsemen members Papa Don & “Second To None” Anthony ended in a double countout as the teams paired up and brawled outside the ring. 

     11) Campeon Internacional Eddie Guapo pinned AJ Sabotage. 

     12) Supreme Lee Great pinned longtime rival and "The Wrestler" co-star “Rotten” Tommy Suede. 

     13)  In our VALLEY WELDING sponsored match of the event, “Samoan Storm” Afa Jr pinned Flash Wheeler, then was attacked suddenly by a chair-wielding SWB (Slyck Wagner Brown). Perhaps SWB was looking to avenge a loss from Sportsfest 2003.  Samu saved his younger brother with a chairshot of his own to SWB, but the Afa Jr/SWB feud is far from over.  SWB was able to duck a chairshot in return from Afa Jr which only infuriated Afa more. As Slyck made his way to the back, Afa demanded a match against SWB when WXW C4 comes back to Allentown and it was granted by Commissioner Maven Bentley: however, it will be a No DQ match!

     14)  Elite Tag Team Champions, and unlikely allies after Go for the Gold, X-Treme Billy Dre am & “The Gift” John Bane (with Doc Daniels) beat Untouchables (Anthony Michaels & Mark Gore), in a match which saw the expected amount of interference from Doc Daniels and tens ion between the tag champs. 

     15) Devon Moore pinned the debuting Damien Dragon, but it looked like the Notorious one had a handful of tights, unseen by the referee. 

     16)  In the main event, sponsored by COUNTRY CLUB LAWNS (610-966-3210), Steve Corino (with Rob Dimension) beat Ultimate Heavyweight Champion “Hollywood Bad Boy” Eric Cobian by DQ when Doc Daniels pulled the ref out to break his count and prevent Corino from winning the title..  As Corino looked on with disbelief as Doc Daniels punched out the ref, Cobian was able to catch Corino in his running Death Valley Driver.  Cobian and Daniels stood proud over Corino with the crowd booing the Champ when Rob Dimension ran in to check on Steve Corino.  As he was checking on him, Doc Daniels leveled him from behind with the Singapore Cane.  Daniels and Cobian continued to beat down Dimension when Daniels decided to turn his attention to Corino.  Daniels though Corino was out long enough for him to get a few cheap shots on when to his surprise, "Mr Wrestling" stopped Doc’s punch and grabbed him by the collar ready to deliver one of his own until the remaining members of the Daniels Dynasty hit the ring for the save.  The Extreme Horsemen rushed to the ring to back up Corino and Dimension and swing the odds in their favor.  As soon as the Dynasty started to see things getting fair, they bailed out to survey the damage they delivered Even though Cobian retained the title via DQ, Corino gave notice to the Daniels Dynasty that he and the Horsemen were making WXW C-4 their new home and wanted to go 4 on 4, elimination style when C4 returns to Allentown on September 5th!  The Daniels Dynasty agreed (with Billy Dream having no say in the matter) to meet them for the first ever "Total Elimination" match in WXW C4!  

    Weren’t able to make Sportsfest?  Don’t worry because starting next week on Blast TV, you’ll see some of the best action that Sportsfest delivered.  Although we can’t show you EVERYTHING, you’ll have the chance to purchase the DVD in the comings weeks.  Blast TV airs each Sunday at 10 pm on Service Electric TV2. Don’t have SECTV?  Head over to HybridEnt.tv to watch the weeks episode On Demand, all day, every day!

 

     Don’t miss WXW C-4′s next event: "Homecoming ’09", Saturday August 8th at 7:30pm at Valley Regional Fire & Rescue, 14 West Butler Drive, Drums, PA, with your favorite WXW C-4 stars in action! Visit WXWC4.com for all the information on this, and upcoming events and information. 

 

 

 

ISPW PRESENTS THE WAR TO SETTLE THE SCORE TO BENEFIT MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY ASSOCIATION ON AUGUST 22ND IN FREEHOLD, NJ; 60 MINUTE IRON MAN MATCH SIGNED BETWEEN DANNY INFERNO VS. JUDAS YOUNG, IRON SHEIK GETS INDUCTED INTO ISPW HALL OF FAME, NEW JERSEY DEVIL’S GRANT MARSHALL SIGNED AS SPECIAL GUEST TIMEKEEPER

 

Independent Superstars of Professional Wrestling presents "The War To Settle The Score" on Saturday evening, August 22nd, 2009 at the ISPW Arena in Freehold, NJ to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. The main event for this huge show is the biggest in the history of ISPW. It will pit ISPW Champion vs. ISPW Champion in a 60 Minute Iron Man Match featuring Judas Young and Danny Inferno. The winner of this match will be crowned the Undisputed ISPW World Heavyweight Champion.

 

Young and Inferno have been in a heated feud over the last year which recently saw Inferno stage his own retirement in an effort to one-up his former best friend. Both performers, who appeared in Mickey Rourke‘s hit movie, "The Wrestler," are currently in intense training for what they are both looking to showcase as the greatest match in the history of independent wrestling.

 

Muscular Dystrophy (MD) is a group of more than 30 genetic diseases characterized by progressive weakness and degeneration of the skeletal muscles that control movement. Some forms of MD are seen in infancy or childhood, while others may not appear until middle age or later. The disorders differ in terms of the distribution and extent of muscle weakness (some forms of MD also affect cardiac muscle), age of onset, rate of progression, and pattern of inheritance.

 

ISPW is honored to be able to help raise money for such an important cause just two weeks before the 44th Annual Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon.

 

The Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Telethon is must-see TV watching during the Labor Day  weekend, an end-of-summer tradition in the U.S. since it first began in New York City in 1954.

 

Now an entertainment extravaganza airing live from Las Vegas, the show features the much-loved actor and comedian Jerry Lewis hosting the money raising marathon, which helps to combat muscular dystrophy, a crippling disease which currently has no known cure.

 

2009 marks the 44th Annual Labor Day Telethon – with a bevy of stars and featured performances – lasting more than 21 hours beginning at 9PM ET on Sunday, September 6 and lasting through Monday afternoon on Labor Day, September 7, 2009.


World Wrestling Entertainment Hall of Famer The Iron Sheik will be inducted into the ISPW Hall of Fame on August 22nd at this very special event in Freehold, NJ. Sheik, the former General Manager of ISPW, will join former five-time ISPW World Heavyweight Champion Ace Darling as the second member inducted into ISPW’s Hall of Fame. There will only be one man humbled at The War To Settle The Score and that’s the former WWF Heavyweight Champion!

 

Other action packed matches already signed for this event include former WWE Superstar Nunzio finally going one on one with ISPW General Manager "Mr. Personality" Nicholas Nice, a Loser Leaves ISPW Match pitting Danny Doring against Christian York, Julio Dinero (with Miss Michelle) in a heated grudge match against Flash, Rick Fuller taking on Chase Del Monte, Pro Wrestling Noah’s Bobby Fish making his ISPW debut against Crowbar, plus The Logan Brothers and Baby Hughie in action!

 

Local celebrities and personalities are also being contacted as of press time to take part in this very important and worthy cause.

 

ISPW is also very happy to announce that The New Jersey Devils will be sending Grant Marshall to The War To Settle The Score to help ISPW Bodyslam MD! Marshall will be the special guest timekeeper in the Julio Dinero vs. Flash match.

 

On this night, the biggest feuds in the ISPW realm will hopefully see their ends. But the biggest battle of the night will be you joining us in the fight against MD. Be there live on August 22nd at the ISPW Arena (3-2 Count Athletic Training Facility) 323A Fairfield Road in Freehold, NJ!

 

Tickets for this very special event are available now on ISPWLive.com or by calling (732) 409-1132.

 

Watch our television commercial for The War To Settle The Score:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_b2qTWFCqo

 

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July 24th, 2009:

 

APW at the Gym in Royston, GA

AWA at Unity Lodge in San Diego, California

CW at Polish American Veterans Club in Lowell, Massachusetts

ECPW at Elks Lodge in Paramus, New Jersey

ICW at Rec. Centre in Golden Grove, Australia

IWA Mid-South at Bellevue Plaza in Bellevue, Illinois

JRC at Riverside Warehouse in Shreveport, Louisiana

NWA On Fire at Rec. Center in Mexico, Maine

Osaka Pro at Move On Arena in Osaka, Japan

ROH at Ted Reeve Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SWF at SWF Arena in Tullahoma, Tennessee

TNA at Monroe Civic Center in Monroe, Louisiana

WR at Corner Hotel in Richmond, Victoria, Australia

 

 

July 25th, 2009:

 

4FW at Premier Club in Swindon, England

ALW at Wrestling Factory in Manchester, England

ASW at Hall For Cornwall in Cornwall, England

ASW at Butlins Resort in Bognor Regis, England

ASW at ASW Arena in Lewisburg, Tennessee

BCW at Holbrook Sports Center in Holbrook, Massachusetts

CCW at Bodyslam University in Pompano Beach, Florida

CPW at Sheridan Avenue Christian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma

CWF at Crossroad Church in Texas City, Texas

CWF at CWF Warehouse in Rockwall, Texas

DCW at Community Center in Hastings, Pennsylvania

DGPW at The Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

EPW @ Cosgrove Hall in Clovelly Park, Australia

FCW at DNA Lounge in San Francisco, California

GCW at Pell City Civic Center in Pell City, Alabama

HPB at Double Branch Lounge in Troy, Alabama

IWA at IWA Productions Training School in Olney, Illinois

IWA Mid-South at Bellevue Plaza in Bellevue, Illinois

IWF at IWF Centre in West Paterson, New Jersey

JRC at The Parish in Austin, Texas

K-Dojo at Blue Field in Chiba, Japan

KSWA at Obey House Tavern in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

LCW at Bay Arena in Bay Roberts, Newfoundland, Canada

LDN @ Southbury Leisure Centre in Enfield, England

MPW @ Cranbourne Public Hall in Cranbourne, Australia

NCW at St. Barthelemy Center in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

NWA Fusion at King & Queen Elementary School in Mattaponi, Virginia

NWA On Fire at Stevens Avenue Armory in Portland, Maine

Osaka Pro at Move On Arena in Osaka, Japan

PW NOAH at JCB Hall in Tokyo, Japan

PPW at Kendale Entertainment Center in Sanford, North Carolina

ROH at Ted Reeve Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SPW at Centre For Conscious Living in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

SXW at Xtreme Sportatorium in Dothan, Alabama

TNA at DeSoto Civic Center in Southaven, Mississippi

WCWC at Regional Sports Center in Springfield, Oregon

WWA at WWA Warehouse in Amarillo, Texas

XCW at Pilot Point Arena in Pilot Point, Texas

XWO at Sam Houston State University (Bernard G. Johnson Coliseum) in Huntsville, Texas

Z1M at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan

 

 

July 26th, 2009:

 

AJPW at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan

ASW at Butlins Resort in Minehead, England

ASW at Butlins Resort in Skegness, England

BCWA at Tri-City Trade Center in Detroit, Michigan

DGPW at Shinkiba 1st Ring in Tokyo, Japan

FCW at Baggeridge Social Welfare Centre in Lower Gornal, England

Hustle at Sumo Hall in Tokyo, Japan

IWF at IWF Centre in West Paterson, New Jersey

IPW at J’s Place in Brantford, Ontario, Canada

JRC at Scout Bar in Beaumont, Texas

Osaka Pro at Move On Arena in Osaka, Japan

PPW at Kendale Entertainment Center in Sanford, North Carolina

RDP at The Suncastle in Skegness, England

WAR at McCormick Field in Asheville, North Carolina

WAW at Atlantis Arena in Great Yarmouth, England

 

 

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