NWA News & Notes for 3-30-09

Bill Behrens

BILL BEHRENS NWA NEWS & NOTES for 3-30-09

 

 

WWW.NWAANARCHY.NET     NWA ANARCHY SITE

 

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WWW.MYSPACE.COM/NWA_ANARCHY   NWA ANARCHY MYSPACE SITE

 

WWW.NWAWRESTLING.COM      NWA SITE

 

 

I’ m recording weekly segments on WHO’s SLAMMING WHO @

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updated MONDAYS @ 6PM, and then available for at least a week thereafter.  

Also recording are Jim Cornette, Jody Hamilton, Kevin Kelly, Iron Sheik, and more.

 

This week on INSIDE THE BEHRENS BUBBLE, Bill Behrens discusses the various ways to promote and some of the do’s and don’ts of promoting in general.

 

Please also visit www.wrestlezone.com where I contribute.

 

As a reminder I help the following with bookings:

 

Contact Bill Behrens @ showbis@aol.com now to book these wrestling stars:

 

The Amazing Red (TNA X Division Original) out of NYC JFK or LGA

Mike Posey (TNA/WWE) out of Birmingham, AL

Jimmy Rave (TNA/ROH) out of Columbus, GA

Sonjay Dutt (TNA) out of Washington DC Dulles

Shannon Moore  (WWE/WCW/TNA) out of Raleigh

Nunzio (Little Guido) (ECW/WWE) out of NYC JFK or LGA

Kenn Doane (Dykstra) (WWE/TNA) out of Richmond

Lance Cade (WWE) out of San Antonio

Colin Delaney (ECW/WWE) out of Rochester, NY

Glacier (Ray Lloyd) (WCW) out of Orlando

Rick Steiner (NWA/WCW/TNA) out of Atlanta, GA

King V (Viscera/Big Daddy V/Mabel) (WWE) out of Memphis

Steve Corino(Mr. Wrestling 3) (ECW/TNA/NWA) out of Philadelphia & San Juan

CW Anderson (ECW/WWE) out of Raleigh, NC (w/ Steve Corino as EXTREME HORSEMEN)

Al Snow (ECW/WWE/TNA) out of Louisville

“Squire” David Taylor (WWE/WCW) out of Atlanta

Orlando Jordan (WWE) out of Ft Lauderdale

Short Sleeve Sampson (TNA & WWE spots) out of Syracuse (can arrange opponent)

Alan Funk (Kwee Wee, The Funkster, Bruce) (WCW/TNA) out of Atlanta

Kevin Nash  (WCW/WWE/TNA) out of Daytona Beach

Stevie Richards  (WWE/ECW)  out of Hartford

Blue Meanie (WWE/ECW)  out of Philadelphia

Super Nova  (WWE/ECW) (only as part of Blue World Order bookings) out of Louisville

Shawn Stasiak (WCW, WWE’s "Meat") out of Dallas

Raven (ECW/WWE/WCW/TNA) out of Atlanta 

The Living Legend” Larry Zbyszko (AWA, NWA, WWWF, WCW, TNA) out of Orlando

Kenny Bolin “Star Maker” (OVW) out of Louisville

Aaron Aguilera (WSX/WWE’s Jesus/Uno) out of Los Angeles

Kirby (Krazy K) & TJ Mack (Dexter Poindexter) (Team Machtion) (WWE/TNA Appearances) out of SC

“Sweet & Sour” Larry Sweeney (WWE appearances/ROH) out of Chicago

Elix Skipper (WCW, TNA) out of Atlanta

Chase Stevens (TNA) (of the Naturals) out of Nashville

David Young  (TNA) out of Atlanta

Cassidy Riley (James) (TNA, WWE) out of Monroe, LA

Luke Hawx (WSX/TNA) out of New Orleans

“Fabulous” John McChesney (TNA & WWE appearances) out of Erie, PA 

“The Good Guy” Azrieal (JAPW/ROH/Japan) out of Newark

Rob Eckos out of NYC  (TNA Xplosion & WWE appearances)

Delirious (ROH/TNA) out of Allentown/Philadelphia

HC Loc (ECW) out of Elmira, NY

Angel (ECW Baldies) out of Kansas City

Ricky Reyes (ROH, CMLL,1MAX) out of San Juan, PR

Ryan O’Reily (WWE Development/TNA matches) out of Greensboro

Mikal Judas (IWA Puerto Rico,WWE & TNA appearances, NWA) out of Greenville, SC

Sal Rinauro (ROH/FIP/TNA/NWA) out of Macon/Atlanta

Iceberg (TNA as Edward Chastain, NWA) out of Atlanta

Phil Shatter (WWE appearances, NWA) out of Greensboro, NC

“The Korean Assassin” Kimo (NWA) out of NC

The New Wave (Walters & Driver)(NWA)  out of SC

Slim J (TNA PPV, NWA) out of Atlanta

Truitt Fields (NWA) out of Atlanta

And the rest of the stars of NWA ANARCHY www.nwaanarchy.net

 

LADIES:

 

Daizee Haze (ROH/TNA) out of Allentown/Philadelphia

April Hunter (TNA/modeling) out of Louisville (autographs and managing only)

Melissa Coates (Fitness model/NWA/WWE-DSW) out of Atlanta

Krissy Vaine (WWE development) out of Greensboro

 

 

 

 

          NWA ANARCHY TV TAPING 4-4-09

 

                      TALENT & MONEY  VS   NEW WAVE

 

              TECHNICIANS  VS  TK KROSS & BO NEWSOME

 

             NWA ANARCHY HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH

      SETH DELAY w/BRODY CHASE  VS  SHADOW JACKSON

 

                       ADRIAN HAWKINS   VS   ALAN FUNK

 

                      MR. ADONIS   VS    CALEB CONLEY

 

MERCER, LEE, JORDAN, PARKER VS MATTHEWS, BLUE, WILD BUNCH

 

ICEBERG, AZRAEL, SHATTER,KIMO VS ACE, MALACHI, BISHOP, JUDAS

 

Plus we will hear from The REV DAN WILSON & THE REJECTS

 

And Jerry Palmer, Slim J, Todd Sexton, The Entourage & more

 

 

              HARDCORE HELL 2009 4-18-09

 

                NWA ANARCHY YOUNGS LIONS TITLE MATCH

              MALACHI    VS   AZRAEL (CHAMPION) w/THE REV

 

              TAP OUT OR KNOCK OUT – 3, 3 MINUTE ROUNDS

        TODD SEXTON w/THE TECHNICIANS vs SLIM J w/ BO & TK

 

                             NWA NATIONAL TITLE MATCH

    ACE ROCKWELL     VS     SHATTER (CHAMPION) w/JEFF G. BAILEY

And more to be announced on 4-4-09………………………

 

 

NWA ANARCHY/APW ROYSTON, GA 3-27-09 RESULTS

 

Franchise defeated Marvelous Superstars

 

Corey Hollis defeated Mike Posey

 

BJ Hancock defeated Adryan Hawkins

 

North Georgia Champion Dustin Knight defeated Antwan Jordan

Kareem Jamar, Bo Newsom, Donovan Sweet and Purple Passion defeatedJeremy Vain, Taco Delgado, Todd Sexton & JT Talent

 

Chris King defeated Skirra Corvus by DQ

 

APW Tag Team Champions The Hate Junkies lost by countout to Shadow JAckson and Don Matthews

 

Southern States Champion Seth Delay defeated Slim J

 

To see this weeks edition of APW AFTERSHOCK click here…   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8vCCYZv5kc

 

 

 

On March 23, 2009 Former NWA World Tag Team Champion Steve Doll passed away this morning from a blood clot that from his lungs reached his heart.

Some of Steve Doll’s titles
1x NWA World Tag Team Champ w/ Reno Riggins, The Tennessee Volz
2x NWA North American Tag Team Champ w/ Reno Riggins  The Tennessee Volz
1x NWA Texas Heavyweight Champion
3x NWA Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Champion
6x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ Scott Peterson  Southern Rockers
4x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ Rex King
4x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ The Grappler (Len Denton)
1x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ Crush (Bryan Adams)
1x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ Scotty the Body (Raven)
1x NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champion w/ Jesse Barr (Jimmy Jack Funk)

 

 

3/28 NWA Charlotte Report

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Courtesy of Jeff Richards:

 

Despite miserable weather and NCAA basketball season, NWA Charlotte rebounded from a disastrous fourth show to attract a modest 300+ crowd Saturday night.

 

Whereas the company’s previous show, "Know Thy Enemy," accented the group’s growing booking deficiencies, "Zero Tolerance" reclaimed tradition and prior momentum.

 

The promotion advertised one of the final touring appearances of Abdullah the Butcher and the debut of David Flair. Ringside observers wondered if Abby would enter the ring (he did not) and in what kind of shape was the oldest Flair son.

 

No one had to worry if there would be plenty of cruiserweight action, as the young 20-somethings bedazzled kids in attendance with their high-flying shenanigans.

 

A pre-show match actually kickstarted the night’s festivities, and a slew of CWF Mid Atlantic (Burlington, NC) talent invaded the former NWA Mid-Atlantic turf.

 

A. Xsiris pinned "El Fuego" Jesse Ortega in 7:17. Both youngsters were making their NWA Charlotte debuts. Ortega tried to back-suplex his way out of a side headlock, but Xsiris held on for dear life. Menacing glares from Ortega were the first indication that "The Fire" was portraying a heel. Xsiris executed a nice kip-up to an immediate armdrag. Both former CWF tag-team champions need mentoring help in working the crowd. I realized their main responsibility was to warm up the audience, but NWA officials’ eyes are always watching. Ortega planted Xsiris face-first with a legtrip and then trimmed his sideburns with a nice sliding dropkick. All the children attending received free NWA Charlotte "thundersticks," and they were beating them like crazy at this point. Ortega’s surfboard manuever underneath the ring ropes was innovative. If I had a dollar for every time a cruiserweight pulled off a spinning heel kick tonight, my ticket would’ve been comped. Ortega used a variation of "Rolling Thunder" in the corner to further cramp Xsiris’ style. A clumsy floatover exchange was rescued by Ortega’s quick resourcefulness (a cross armbreaker). Ortega also pulled out a rolling koppo kick before succumbing to Xsiris’ neckbreaker/pinfall cover combination. It was all pretty much an Ortega offensive display before Xsiris got the sudden duke.

 

Lodi (w/sign) and Tim Dixon came out to the strains of "Welcome to the Jungle" and took their places @ the broadcast booth. Three generations of family referees were introduced with legendary Tommy Young, Tim (lost his last name), and Ace (ditto). Josh Cash, with an uncanny resemblance to Eddy Munster, rounded out the ref corps. As the family-friendly referees shook hands w/ fans @ ringside, "Mid-Atlantic Championship Sports" music eerily played in the background.

 

Eddie Rich was back in the NWA Warehouse Saturday, and he does a superb job at setting the stage for what’s coming up. rich is prime-time material for the WWE ring announcer prototype. He announced the final match to determine a new NWA Charlotte U.S. Heavyweight Champion would be held on April 11th in the same building. As Rich began explaining the disappearance of tag team Chaotic Agony, laugher peeled from one gentleman. Rich protested, "Sir, this is no laughing matter," to which came the catcalls of "Yes, it is." He addressed an angle from the 2/28 show where Chaos & Agony were thrown off a high stage set (but were back by 3/14). Now they’re gone again? Sometimes it doesn’t pay to try & explain plot holes.

 

1. Joey Silvia pinned Malachi (w/new manager Ty Dillinger) in 8:31 after a reversed decision. All three work for Jeff Rudd’s CWF Mid Atlantic, and Silvia was in the first ever singles match here. Silvia superkicked the back of Malachi’s neck early. Dillinger interfered liberally at ringside in his shirt and tie. Both workers chopped each other with a tenacity that would make Ric Flair envious. With Silvia hung up in the ropes, Malachi delivered a middle rope springboard legdrop which nearly decapitated his prey. Working out of Charleston (SC), Malachi also hit a high angle German suplex for a near fall. After a mix-up of moves mid-ring, Malachi soared back with a powerslam. Malachi ducked a lariat and spiked Silvia with a devastating DDT. Silvia finally showed some offense with a backcracker in the corner, but Dillinger put Malachi’s leg on the

ropes. A superplex attempt fell through, so Silvia went for a sunset flip, and Malachi sat down on him with Dillinger providing leverage. Josh Magnum stooged off the illegal pin fall, and Silvia schoolboyed Malachi for the victory. Following the bell, Magnum (a babyface) got some retribution for a couple of Malachi’s post-match beatdowns with a chairshot of his own.

 

Rich alerted fans they they are now able to videotape matches/angles and put them on Youtube to win cash prizes.

 

2. The American Gangsters (Nicky & Frank) with luscious valet Crystal returned to defeat The Main Attraction (Chris Steele & Scott Powers) in 8:15. Nicky decided to verbally jar with fans on the microphone before the worst match of the night ensued. Gangsters, he said, are on the hunt for the NWA Charlotte Tag-team belts, which don’t exist yet. Attraction (last seen locally in Ben Throckmorton’s NACW) came out as fan favorites, which was an odd pairing. Steele

now looks like the late Bam Bam Bigelow minus 300 lbs. Powers has bellied up to the bar but not sure if it was a buffet or drinking establishment. Attraction were both wearing Marvel Comics character t-shirts. Powers and Nicky botched the second spot of the match, and the brutality was on. I think the promotion was afraid to book this as a heel vs. heel confrontation. The former Chilly Willy and Powers returned to the same page with an interesting exchange of fingerlocks. Powers powerslammed Nicky, and the Attraction connected with a nifty doubleteam move. Steele still works cruiserweight style and truly could add some psychology to that division. Nicky double underhook suplexed Steele into a nearfall. The Gangsters set up heat on Steele, making Powers the illogical choice for a hot tag. It was definitely an old generation v. new generation tag team tussle. Thankfully, the ultimate hot tag broke into four way action, and Powers got dumped. Steele was left to eat a Nicky kick to the face and a Frank spinebuster; Gangsters improved to 2-0. A white female fan got in their faces on the way back to the dressing room, but security was unavailable. Sounds like a plant!

 

On the interview stage, Lodi introduced David Flair and Brad Anderson as being "synonomous with the NWA." Anderson cut a fan-friendly promo, but the promotion dropped the ball by ignoring footage from last show’s Anderson-Jeff Lewis bout. Lewis’ Mid-Atlantic Heritage title was referred to by Anderson as a "chickens*** belt." Nice! Reference was made to Flair being a cousin of the Minnesota Wrecking Crew, and Lewis saved the day by interrupting the "blah blah blah." Lewis, the self-proclaimed "Feature Presentation," handles himself well on the stick. Flair referenced Lewis’ "two dollar sportcoat." Lewis promised a mystery partner for the upcoming tag-team grudge match later in the evening.

 

3. "The Warhawk" Dylan Kage pinned Zach Salvation in 10:20. Kage was acting even more bizarre this month. He accidentally stumbled climbing the ropes while his intro music was playing. This was the duo’s first meeting in an NWA Charlotte ring. Salvation had teamed previously with the heelish Lewis on Valentine’s Day before becoming a beloved baby face. Kage "Pearl-Harbored" his foe, but the cruisers were going too fast and blew some early spots. Salvation decided to fly, but Kage tripped him up so no Asai moonsault. Salvation reversed an Irish whip outside the ring, and Kage took a nasty bump into the great-sounding ringsteps. With a tip of the cap to Ricky Steamboat, Salvation attempted a flying bodypress, but Kage kept rolling over for a nearfall. Salvation even brought back the old-fashioned monkey flip. The two brawled outside the ring again, but back inside Kage began bending back on Salvation’s left limb. A cool spot saw Kage give Salvation a Northern Lights suplex while still holding onto a hammerlock. Salvation wanted the win with a small package but only received a two count. Still applying the hammerlock, Kage roared back this time with a backbreaker. Salvation rallied with a Scorpion deathdrop, and a huracanrana sent Kage flopping into the corner. The second time’s the charm, as Salvation flip dived ala Jushin Liger, and Kage went splat on the ramp. In the end, though, it was the Kevork kick which spelled the end for Salvation. With mic in hand, Kage questioned Salvation’s rise to fame as the "#1 contender" and proclaimed himself "Professional Wrestling’s Best Kept Secret."

 

NWA Charlotte President J.D. Costello entered the ring with a bevy of security guys. Costello said he had just received a text message from Truitt Fields, who said he had been involved in an 9-1-1 accident. This left everyone wondering if Fields’ absence was a work or shoot-related. Costello also announced he had called Attorney Jeff G. Bailey and told him to leave his assassin Kimo at home

tonight. Every mention of a heel’s name was bringing monster pops. Costello stated that he had some surprises for the likes of Phill Shatter and Mikael Judas. Firstly, he brought out The Iceberg (Edward Chastain) from NWA Anarchy. Then Costello heralded the debut of Team Macktion (Kirby & TJ Mack), who came out to music and a Rock ‘n’ Roll Express reaction. Judas and NWA National

Heavyweight Champion Shatter strolled out. Why are these two guys siding together after feuding with each other just four shows ago? Macktion (sans Thomas Simpson for this show) attacked early, and Shatter powerslammed TJ on the carpeted ramp. Judas took Kirby up to the top of the stage area, but Mack had other ideas than to take that precarious bump. Shatter and Judas had Kirby alone in the ring for several moments before referee Cash came dashing into the ring.

 

4. The match officially started, and Team Mack was in for a squashing. Judas bufferfly suplexed Krazy K into the turnbuckles but couldn’t get the pin. TJ finally crawled up to the ring apron awaiting his turn at the demolition. Judas accidentally spit on the cameraman at ringside during the heat-gathering. A big Yakuza kick by Judas left Kirby crumbled up in a corner. Judas flew three-fourths of the way across the ring with a clothesline on Kirby. That big move should have been the finish. Next month in Knoxville, WWE officials need to sign both Shatter and Judas to long-term deals. Shatter took a superkick but continued to mess Mack up. Kirby’s bulldog finally allowed him to tag brother TJ. The younger Mack dropkicked both monsters simultaneously. TJ cut Judas off some Sliced Bread #2, but Shatter broke things up. A blind tag to Kirby allowed more Mack-tational double-teaming. Judas would not allow Shatter to be pinned either. The former Mikael Adryan gave TJ a fallaway slam he would remember, but the Macks weren’t finished yet. Shades of Rey Misterio Jr., the brothers grazed their bigger adversaries with a stereo 619, but the double pin didn’t work out so well. They placed Shatter butt-first on the top turnbuckle, but "The Universal Soldier" was not going anywhere. In fact, Shatter power-bombed TJ onto Kirby’s back. Judas was waiting for TJ with his unique chokeslam into a backbreaker finish to put the icing on the cake in 8:37. While the referees came out to check on Kirby, Judas made his way to the back walking through the crowd. Costello came back out to declare "this is not working" and related that Jim Cornette was coming in on April 11th. "We’ll see what he can do," grumbled Costello.

 

INTERMISSION (at 9:20) lasted 25 minutes.

 

Costello is truly over-exposed here. With no Jay Joyce in sight (and I know how hard that is to believe), Costello again addressed the audience. The authoritative figure brought out all the "bad guys" from the dressing room area. Gangsters, Lewis, Malachi, Shatter, Judas, Ryan O’Reilly and Ostgard were in the ring. Dressed in red, Abdullah the Butcher returned to Charlotte for the first time in 10 years with AC-DC’s "Back in Black" blaring. Limping badly, the Butcher was accompanied by Honest John, who did not appear to be very trustworthy. By order of elimination, John excused Malachi ("the guy in the red trunks"), Gangsters and Ostgard. John then dismissed Shatter and Judas, since they had just wrestled. "C’mon, John, do something," Costello urged. That left only a fresh Lewis and O’Reilly, who both had big match-ups remaining on the card. Abdullah suddenly picked Costello and poked him hard in the forehead. Costello juiced, but he was soon attended to by Iceberg and Timber. "The Insane Lumberjack" swore revenge.

 

5. Magnum vs. Ostgard was ruled a no contest in 10:20 when Malachi made his third appearance of the night. There must be a tattoo parlor nearby the NWA Coliseum because I have never seen so many tats in one place. And that’s just the workers. Ostgard is quite flamboyant and was acting all "ManScout" during the pre-match intros. Magnum, a regular in Columbia‘s Champions With Attitudes, has a good fan-following where ever he goes. Both guys were talking some smack early. A nice flurry started the match, as I realized this was Magnum’s first post-intermission activity in NWA Charlotte. An Alabama slam by Magnum had the fans "oohing" and "aahing." Ostgard responded with a jawbreaker. The thundersticks were back out, as fans from as far away as Georgia realized they were watching something special. Magnum pushed Ostgard off the top turnbuckle to the floor. Ostgard had been trying for a top rope gourdbuster when Magnum stopped him and sent him declining. Magnum ducked a discus forearm and took a backdrop on the rampway. A springboard elbowdrop garnered Magnum a "twoooooo" count. Magnum also bulldogged Ostgard into the second turnbuckle but could not make a cover in time. Ostgard ddt’d his new rival, but Magnum kicked out. A "Let’s Go Josh" chant started. Everyone was

seemingly waiting for Malachi’s interference. Ostgard with a nice floatover on a snap suplex showed off his inimitable chain wrestling skills. He slid under Magnum to apply a half crab submission attempt. There was supposed to be a schoolboy near-fall off an exchange Ostgard had with referee Ace, but Magnum was nowhere in position. Magnum did his handspring elbow into the ropes for an enzugiri but missed on a 450 when Malachi made his appearance. The announce table broke Magnum’s fall after Malachi gave Josh a shove. For good measure, Malachi also powerbombed a prone Ostgard. Xsiris, Salvation and Silvia hit the ring to confront Malachi, but the heelish cruiserweights weren’t far behind. As all eight men slugged it out, Costello (w/Iceberg) told the lighter weight wrestlers that they could all battle for the NWA Charlotte Cruiserweight Title on April 25th in a TLC battle royal. Magnum was left in the ring to soak up the cheers.

 

(the remainder of the results courtesy of NWA Charlotte)

 

JD Costello announced that Jim Cornette would definitely be here on April 11 and that he was turning the entire organization over to him that night.

 

Match 6- Timber defeated Abdullah the Butcher via DQ

 

Match 7- Brad Anderson & David Flair defeated Jeff Lewis & CW Anderson (Brad Anderson announced that Reid Flair would be joining him and David in their corner on April 11 and invited Lewis & Anderson to find them another tag team partner.)

 

Match 8- Truitt Fields, who was in an accident near Atlanta on I-85 caused by Ryan O’Reilly, could not attend, but sent in a replacement…TNA’s Consequences Creed to face Lodi and Ryan O’Reilly in the final elimination match before the final on April 11. O’Reilly pinned Lodi (who was filling in for Raven) creating the finals of Ryan O’Reilly vs. Truitt Fields on April 11.

 

 

 

 

NWA Southwest/ PWF
March 21, 2009
PWF Wrestleplex
Amarillo, TX

Match one: Joey "The Mastiff" Armstrong vs. Chuey "The Chicano Assassin" Martinez
winner: Chuey Martinez

Match two: Bonez vs. "Dirty" Dice Murdock
winner: Bonez

Match three: Mike Savage & Cody Knight vs. Biohaxxxard & "The Southern Pitbull" Rufus Lee Wilkins
winner: Mike Savage & Cody Knight

Semi-main event: NWA SW/ PWF Heavyweight Title Match
Mark Wilson vs. "Sexy" Shawn Sanders
winner: Shawn Sanders and new NWA SW/ PWF Heavyweight Champ

Main event: Pandora’s Box match &
Round Two of three for the NWA-SW/PWF Brass Knuckles Champsionship
"Showcase" Shance Williams vs. "The Hooligan" Austin Riley
winner: Shance Williams

For more information on PWF, go to:
www.propwf.org
www.myspace.com/pwfwrewstling_texas

For more information on NWA Southwest, go to:
www.nwa-southwest.com

 

 

NWA Pro/ SoCal Pro
"March Madness ”
March 21, 2009
Oceanside Boys & Girls Club
Oceanside, CA

1) Tommy Wilson defated Todd Chandler
2) Johnny Goodtime & Scott Lost went to a double count out
3) Cool Imagery defeated Johnny Webb & Redheaded Stepchild
4) Jason Redondo defeated Johnny Yuma
5) Ballard Brothers defeated LTP & Willie Mack
6) SoCal Crazy Defeated Joey Ryan

For more information on SCPW, go to:
www.socalprowrestling.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:
www.myspace.com/nwapro

 

 

NWA MID-WEST/BCW 3/27 results

 

"Simply Amazing" Justin Dredd pinned "Mr. 450" Hammett with a Spanish Fly from the top rope.

 

Matt "Love Machine" Longtime pinned TWIII

 

Derek St. Holmes beat Dave DeDome, Brandon Blaze, Erico and Gambino in a Gantlet Match to become the new BCW No Limits champion

 

The McCoy’s beat Tony Scarpone & Steve Anthony to retain the NWA-WI tag team titles

 

Dinn T. More captured the vacant NWA Heartland States Heavyweight title by beating Dysfunction, Mason Quinn and Darin Waid. More pinned Waid.

 

The Skullkrushers and Chris Black beat American History Next and TC Washington in 6 man tag action. Black pinned Washington

 

Nick Colucci pinned Bao Nguyen in a Lumberjack Match

 

Frankie DeFalco
Promoter
Brew City
Wrestling
www.brewcitywrestling1.com

 

 

 

NWA East/ PWX
March 27, 2009
Fallout 2
Jacob Woll Pavilion
McKeesport, PA

GASH RUNS THE GAUNTLET AND RETAINS BIG WHILE MAD MIKE RETURNS!

DASH BENNETT def. JON BURTON to qualify for the Four-Way Fire Match
As Burton stepped through the curtain, he was attacked by Ashton Amherst. This gave Bennett the advantage he needed and led to him picking up the victory, with more help from Amherst of course. After the match, Amherst challenged Burton to a match for the Brass Knuckles Title. Scottie Gash ran in, and the three-way dance is ON!

NWA East Heavyweight Champion SCOTTIE GASH def. MANTIS and ASHTON AMHERST to retain the title and qualify for the Four-Way Fire Match
This fast-paced three-way dance was all action. Gash picked up the win thanks to a Gash2Sleep to Mantis, retaining his championship and ensuring his spot in the Four-Way Fire match later in the evening.

SHIRLEY DOE def. BLUE DRAGON to qualify for the Four-Way Fire Match
After some shenanigans from the Blue Dragons reminiscent of the Killer Bees, Shirley Doe was able to pick up the big win, advancing to the four-way with a lariat, assisted by a loaded elbow pad.

Backstage, NWA East fans were reintroduced to "Hot Property" Jason Cage. As he was about to tell the crowd what he has planned for his NWA East return, he was interrupted by everybody’s favorite harlot, Krystal Frost. Frost made him an offer to join her stable of young lions, but Cage refused.

RYAN MITCHELL def. DEVIN DEVINE to qualify for the Four-Way Fire Match
Stacy Hunter revealed before the show that her choice of challenger for Ryan Mitchell was none other than Devin Devine! With no members of the Championship Committee in the building, Hunter, Devine, and Dash Bennett decided that the best way to ensure Devine’s reinstatement to the company was if he was to win the title in the four-way. However, the "Steel City Prodigy" had something to say about that, as a Steel Curtain ensured victory for Mitchell!

After the match, Hunter warned Mitchell that with her, you always have to watch your back. Just then, Mitchell was attacked by a young man we came to find out is Criss Crossfire, a Wild Samoan Wrestling School trainee from Allentown. Mitchell was attacked by Devine and given the banned Memphis Piledriver twice before Jason Cage made the save and challenged Crossfire to a match after intermission.

As we returned from intermission, Crusher Hansen brought Armageddon and Brandon K to the ring. He ensured Brandon that there was no way the team winning the fan poll would get through Armageddon.

JASON CAGE def. CRISS CROSSFIRE
Cage was impressive in his return to NWA East after a 3 and a half year absence. He was able to dispose of Crossfire with an impressive array of moves. After the match, Chris LeRusso, who was doing commentary and backstage interviews throughout the night, came in the ring. He announced that Joe Dombrowski called him and said that at Burgh Brawl, there will be a Three Rivers Title Gauntlet Scramble! Involved in the match will be champion Gregory Iron, Cage, Crossfire, and LeRusso, making his return tot he ring after a gastro-intestinal injury kept him on the shelf!

DOUBLE DRAGON def. ARMAGEDDON to earn a shot at the NWA North American Tag Team Championship
While Revelation came to the ring, Rapture attacked the poll winners, Double Dragon, from behind with a sign. But soon, Brandon K wandered to ringside, obviously with a trick up his sleeve. The distraction of Brandon allowed Blue Dragon & Blue Dragon to capitalize and dump Rapture to the floor. While Brandon attacked Rapture, Blue Drgaon hit Revelation with a Belly to Blue Suplex for the win.

After the match, Blue Dragons unmasked Revelation to reveal Camp Crusher team member Joe, and Rapture to reveal… Crusher Hansen! Brandon K was shocked, and told Crusher now they have to wrestle Double Dragon!

DOUBLE DRAGON def. NWA North American Tag Team Champions CRUSHER HANSEN & BRANDON K via DQ
An unfortunate accident took out the referee. That allowed Krystal Frost to come to ringside, like she did at When Worlds Collide during Hansen’s match. As Blue Dragon went for the pin on Crusher, Frost climbed on Dragon’s back, triggering the DQ. Hansen then laid out not only both Blue Dragons, but Brandon K as well. As he and Frost celebrated, Hansen claimed NOBODY could stop him…

…until the familiar sounds of "Dragula" hit the Jacob Woll Pavilion, and NWA East legend MAD MIKE returned to the ring! He chased Hansen out and stood tall alongside Brandon! Brandon challenged Hansen to a tag match at Burgh Brawl. He had enough of Hansen as a tag partner already, and will choose his own partner, and Hansen will choose a partner, and the winners will become the undisputed NWA North American Tag Team Champions!

NWA East Heavyweight Champion SCOTTIE GASH def. DASH BENNETT, RYAN MITCHELL, & SHIRLEY DOE in the Four-Way Fire Match
The battle lines were drawn almost immediately, as Doe & Dash made a quick alliance, and Mitchell & Gash were aligned by their mutual enemies. Soon, the alliance of Dash & Doe dissolved as they began hammering each other with forearms. Mitchell took Doe out of the equation, alowing Gash to finish Dash off and retain the title. But, Doe laid out Gash after the match and lifted the NWA East Heavyweight Title belt high above his head!

For more information on NWA East/ PWX, go to:
www.pwx-online.org

 

 

NWA Impact Zone Wrestling
March 20, 2009
Mul-Cha-Tha Fair
Sacaton, AZ

Mike James beat Shane Stratmore

John Hogan and Dom The Bomb beat Derrick Neikirk and Tyson Tyler

Midnight Bullrider beat The Black Drag

Sweet Sassi beat Erica D’Erico

Doink the Clown beat The Assassin

Native Blood beat Lawrence Tyler and Payed Daily

For more information on NWA IZW, go to:
www.impactzonewrestling.com

 

 

NWA Impact Zone Wrestling
March 21, 2009
Eva’s Fine Mexican Food Restaurant
Casa Grande, AZ

Hawaiian Lion pinned Derrick Neikirk

Mike James beat Shane Stratmore

Midnight Bullrider defeated The Assassin

Lucha Reigns beat Jay Garland

Doink The Clown and Erica D’Erico pinned The BlackDragons

Morgan beat NY Knockout Nikki

Native Blood beat Lawrence Tyler and Payed Daily

Doink the Clown won a 15 man Battle Royal, last eliminating the Tyler Empire

For more information on NWA IZW, go to:
www.impactzonewrestling.com

 

 NWA Impact Zone Wrestling
March 24, 2009
The Sets
Tempe, AZ

Derrick Niekirk pinned The Human Tornado.

The Midnight Bullrider and Johnny Manson beat
Tyson Tyler and Payed Daily by countout.

Ryan Lynch pinned Peter Goodman to retain the IZW Impulse Championship.

Jacob Herzberg and Frenchie Riviera beat Dom the Bomb and Lars Flieshman.

Sweet Sassi beat IZW Womens Champion Erica D’erico by DQ.

Jay Garland beat the Hawaiian Lion and Dean Radford when Garland pinned Radford..

In the finals for the IZW Invitational,
and a shot at the IZW Heavyweight Title
Marty Murphy pinned Sergio Vega.

For more information on NWA IZW, go to:
www.impactzonewrestling.com

 

 

 

 

NWA UNDERGROUND
STILL STANDING
MARCH 21ST, 2009
CENTER LAKE PAVILION
WARSAW, INDIANA

1.ALL NIGHT ADAM REYNOLDS b. JUSTIN ANDREWS

2.GAMEBOY b. JOHNNY LAWLESS

3.JAMIE ETERNAL b. SEAN TYLERSTEIN

4.BIG DADDY DEAN b.ERICO

5.TYSONE JUDGE, SHOWTIME, ZAIN RAMSEY b.KENNY KAGE, EL BLUE INFERNO, LASH GIBBSON

6.SEXY SHAWN COOK b.JACK VERVILLE

INTERMISION

7.THE BEBE BOYS b.RYAN EPIC/BRIAN SKYLINE

8.HAVIC & HATRED b. CAMRON STARR/GINA THE GORILLA

(AS CAMRON COULD NOT FIND A PARTNER, HAVIC & HATRED ARRANGED FOR A SPECIAL PARTNER, AND THAT PARTNER WOULD BE GINA THE GORILLA)

9.HYPE b.HARDCORE HARRY

For more information on NWA Underground, go to:
www.thenwaunderground.com

 

 

NWA East/ Mr. Chainsaw Productions Wrestling News for March 26, 2009

–”The Hardcore Legend” Mick Foley is heading to MCPW to make a very rare appearance on May 16th in Kalkaska, but before he arrives, he’s going to let Northern Michigan know why he’s on his way…on 95.5FM Modern Rock the Zone. Keep checking back for more details on date and time!

–With Battle Ground III right around the corner, MCPW has been gearing up for the biggest event of the year by signing matches, working with sponsors, and working with Fox 33 to get Battle Ground III televised!

–Matches and wrestlers have been being added to the card left and right for Battle Ground III, check the bottom of this edition of “News & Notes” for the lineup that has already started taking shape!

–”The Anarchist” Arik Cannon is debuting at Battle Ground III, nothing is known about his opponent as of now, but it doesn’t matter to Cannon, as he has some words for MCPW Fans: www.YouTube.com/watch?v=Mbm-UMKSL88

–The on-going saga between MCPW Commissioner Mikey Zeroe, Hardcore Harry, James Dillinger, and Gary the Freak continues as Dillinger & Freak have promised to show the footage of what happened to Mikey Zeroe after they locked him in a trunk and drove off at Chainsaw Cup in Roscommon, MI.

–A very special extended Battle Ground III edition of Chainsaw TV is in the works, with interviews and thoughts from many of the MCPW stars headed into this huge event! Stay tuned to www.MCPWRESTLING.com and www.MySpace.com/MCPWRESTLING for this special edition of Chainsaw TV!

MCPW Battle Ground III
Saturday. May 16th – The Kaliseum – Kalkaska, MI

MAIN EVENT – MCPW Heavyweight Championship
JIMMY JACOBS © vs. TYLER BLACK

MCPW No Limits Championship – Dog Collar Match
‘Untouchable’ STEVE AMANI © vs. CADEN AMES

MCPW Tag Team Championships – 4 Way Tag Team Match
NORTHSTAR EXPRESS vs. RINGSIDE REVUE vs. MAIN ST. YOUTH vs. KOSHER KLUB

For more information on MCPW, go to:
www.mcpwrestling.com

 

 

NWA Upstate
March 21, 2009
March Meltdown
The German House
Rochester, New York

Pre-Show:

Troy "The Boy" Buchanan def Prime Time Pete with a neck breaker

Dustytaker def The Krusher via disqualification after Jimmy Olsen and Colin Delaney interfered

Main Show:

Cloudy def Mean Marcos (w/Nikki Jett) with a sitout spinebuster

Dew Van Dam def "The Handsome Hebrew" Ben Golden with the 3 Star Frog Splash

NWA Upstate Tag Team Championship 3 Team Elimination Match: McCloud Brothers vs The Caribbean Connection vs (C) Triple X and Star Cat (w/Johnny Kayfabe)

The Caribbean Connection are the first team eliminated

Star Cat and Triple X eliminated via disqualification with use of the NWA Upstate Tag Team Championship; However, the titles do not change hands on disqualification

Winners: The McCloud Brothers

NWA Upstate No Limits Championship: Mo Mantha wins the Upstate No Limits Championship with the Piledriver with an assist from Jimmy Olsen over former champion Gabe Saint.

Intermission is followed by NWA Upstate owner Chip Stetson calling out Jimmy Olsen leading to a fight which was thrown out after Colin Delaney and NWA Upstate Champion Danny Doring interfered, followed by Pepper Parks and Cheech coming to save a bloodied Chip Stetson.

Spazz defeats Soundcheck Sully and Dicky Harter in a Three Way Dance with the Facehump on Soundcheck Sully.

The Young and the Wrestlers of "Superbad" Richard Venice, Mark Ando, and York Barnes def The Sweet Wonder Express of Rob "Just 2" Sweet, Mark Kreiger, and Zach Atticus.

Main Event: Pepper Parks and Cheech def Colin Delaney and NWA Upstate Champion Danny Doring after an assisted top rope neckbreaker on Delaney. After the match, NWA Upstate owner Chip Stetson announced three huge matches for NWA Upstate’s 5th Anniversary show May 23rd as Colin Delaney will square off with the Sicilian Shooter Little Guido, Jimmy Olsen will do battle with Slyk Wagner Brown and for the NWA Upstate Heavyweight Championship inside the steel cage Danny Doring will defend against Pepper Parks!

For more information on NWA Upstate, go to:
www.nwaupstate.net

 

 

NWA Force One Pro Wrestling
March 21, 2009
Final Conflict
Spontaneous Sports
Egg Harbor Township, NJ

NWA/Force One Pro Wrestling presented it’s "Final Conflict" card at Spontaneous Sports in Egg Harbor Township on Saturday evening (3/21).
Commissioner Tommy Cairo thanked the 203 NWA/Force One fans who turned out for this exciting evening. The show started with local talent Toni Ann Gisondi Pugliese singing a very spirited version of the national anthem.

In the opening contest, newcomer Johnny Calzone defeated former F1 Heavyweight Champion Breaker Morant via disqualification. Morant was the aggressor for most of the match, however, Calzone’s newest friend & mentor "The Midnight Idol" Nicky Benz came down to ringside to hand Calzone his personal pizza tray. Morant’s friend White Lotus landed at ringside & snatched the tray from Benz before Calzone could use it, however referee Spanky 123 saw Lotus holding the tray, and disqualified Morant, giving Calzone the victory. After the match, Morant & Lotus engaged in a shoving match which then turned into them exchanging punches. Ring announcer Phil Varlese reminded both wrestlers that they have been friends for well over 10 years, and requested that they shake hands before they leave the ring, but both chose to bail, rather than settle their differences.

The next match was requested by Millionaire Ted Jr. & involved two members from his stable, Luscious LaRon, and "The Pretty Hate Machine" Jason Gotti. Ted told LaRon prior to the start of the match that he wasn’t particularly happy with his performance at the Barnegat show in February, and that he had to defeat Gotti to remain part of the Million Dollar Empire. LaRon did an excellent job of taking the fight to Gotti, but just as he was ready for a victory, the Empire’s newest members, The Repeat Offenders, and Big Bear Borselli hit the ring, took out LaRon, and gave Gotti the victory. After the match, they continued the beatdown on LaRon, until The Latin Cliq (with Bodyguard Angel) and Rockin’ Rebel made the save. Rebel took the mic to launch one of his verbal assaults on the empire, and suggested that even though their match was scheduled later in the evening, since they were all at ringside, it would be good to get it on right now.

In that six man tag match that had bodies flying all over the ring, the team of Rockin Rebel, Razor Rivera, and Panther defeated the team of Pete Nixon, Crazy Ivan, and Big Bear Borselli. The end came when Rebel hit Borselli with a kick, dropped the leg on him, and rolled him up for the pin.

The next match was a Gauntlet match for the vacant NWA/Force One Junior Heavyweight Belt. The first 2 combatants were Chiki Cortes (without Angel, who was injured in the previous match), and his former tag partner and former Junior Heavyweight Champion RV1, who entered the ring with his new manager "The Ultimate Stud" Jimmy Clydesdale. RV1 got the victory over Cortes, and moved on to the next match in the gauntlet, which was against "The Hybrid" Josh Adams. During that match, former champion Ryu Lee and his manager Millionaire Ted Jr. made their way to ringside. With lots of back & forth action between these 2 competitors, RV1 again pulled out the victory, and now had to face "The Loudmouth Of Perfection" Kevin Cunningham. Again, lots of pin attempts by both wrestlers, but RV1 was eliminated due to interference by Ted & Lee, and Cunningham stole the victory. This led to Cunningham vs. Ryu Lee, and despite some excellent moves from Cunningham (including a
leap not from one, but 2 ropes in the corner) Lee took the victory and has regained the Junior Title.

After a 20 minute intermission, the second half of the show began, and saw Judas Young come to ringside with the local roller derby team The Boardwalk Brawlers. His opponent was the former Iron League Champion, and the pride of the Million Dollar Empire Patch, who was accompanied to ringside by Millionaire Ted Jr. This match was to decide the number one contender for the Iron League Championship, which was to be defended in the next match. In a hard fought match by both competitors, Patch got the victory when Judas appeared to be distracted by a particular member of the Boardwalk Brawlers.

"The Midnight Idol" Nicky Benz came out, did something that may have resembled comedy, then began to "sing". He was interrupted by NWA/Force One Iron League Champion Diego DeMarco and Jimmy Clydesdale. This match was announced as a No DQ, Falls Count Anywhere stipulation, and both men took advantage of this opportunity. Benz got the win and became the new Iron League titleholder when he put DeMarco into unconsciousness, and could not continue.

In the Main Event, it was announced that former champion Danny Doring would not be available due to scheduling conflicts, but co-commissioner Phil Varlese announced that since NWA/Force One wanted to give their fans the best possible matches, the four way first pin was being changed to a 3 man Elimination Contest. #1 contender Danny Gimondo was introduced, which led to former F1 champ White Lotus coming to the ring, and then finally current title holder Stevie Richards. This match was an all out brawl, first with both Richards & Lotus double teaming Gimondo, and later with Gimondo staging a comeback on both men. He then knocked Lotus out, went outside the ring to grab a steel chair, hit Richards, then threw the chair to the semi conscious Lotus, grabbed referee Spanky 123, and demanded that Spanky disqualify Lotus. Varlese came to ringside and announced that it was in fact Gimondo who was being disqualified, which led to him literally going berserk both
in and out of the ring, much to the fans delight. After a hard fought battle that even saw Lotus use Richards signature Stevie Kick on him, Richards regained the advantage and defeated Lotus to retain the NWA/Force One Heavyweight Championship. Richards, after putting his belt back on, thanked the crowd, and requested that Lotus’ music be played as well, as he is truly a Force One Champion.

NWA/Force One’s next show is scheduled for April 18th at the Rollway Skating Rink in Hammonton NJ. Full card will be announced shortly. For more information, visit http://forceoneprowrestling.com

Coming in April. Force One every 2 weeks on BlogTalk Radio.com!!!!

 

 

NWA Mountain State Wrestling
February 21, 2009
National Guard Armory
Bluefield, BV

MARCH 8TH BROADCAST

1.) DERIK BILLINGS & BRYAN KYLE d. PROWLER I & DRAKE TUNGSTEN
2.) DWAYNE TENNEY d by dq SCOTTY ROCKER
3.) MAESTRO d. BILLY LIT
4.) RICKY SHANE & KRIS KING d. COL SPUD WADE & BRUISER GRAHAM
5.) 3 WAY MATCH
JASON KINCAID d. TR SUPERSTAR AND JOHNNY BLAST

MARCH 15TH BROADCAST
1.) SCOTTY ROCKER d. KARL
2.) JASON KINCAID d. DIABLO JR
3.) 3 WAY
MAESTRO d. GENE MADRID AND COL. SPUD WADE
4.) DWAYNE & BILLY LIT d. BUNKHOUSEBOYS BY dq
5.) NWA MSW TV TITLE MATCH
JOHNNY BLAST d. TR SUPERSTAR
(JOHNNY BLAST BECOMES NEW TV CHAMPION)

For more information on NWA MSW, go to:
www.mountainstatewrestling.com

 

NWA Mountain State Wrestling
March 6, 2009
Mt. Hope, WV

1.) DIABLO JR. d. MIKE REED
2.) DERIK BILLINGS & BRAYN KYLE no contest RICKY SHANE & KRIS KING
3.) MAESTRO & RICHIE ACEVEDO d. by dq JASON KINCAID & TR SUPERSTAR

For more information on NWA MSW, go to:
www.mountainstatewrestling.com

 

NWA Mountain State Wrestling
March 14, 2009
Falls View Community Center
Falls View, WV

(Due to big willy being suspended and getting injured while out the Bunkhouseboys were stripped of the NWA MSW tag team titles, tonight there will be a match to crown new champions)

1.) JC DYKES d. DAMON RITE

2.) 3 WAY MATCH
BILLY LIT d. DIABLO JR AND CHRIS KAOS

3.) JOE RAGE & DWAYNE TENNEY no contest vs BRUISER GRAHAM & RICHIE ACEVEDO

4.) MAESTRO double count out vs GENE MADRID

5.) NWA MSW TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH FOR VACANT TITLES
KRIS KING & RICKY SHANE d. DERIK BILLINGS & BRYAN KYLE
( KRIS AND RICKY BECOME NEW TAG CHAMPIONS)

For more information on NWA MSW, go to:
www.mountainstatewrestling.com

 

NWA Mountain State Wrestling
March 21, 2009
Alderson Community Center Building
Alderson, WV

1.) DIABLO JR d. SCOTTY RAINES
2.) RICKY SHANE d. BRUISER GRAHAM
3.) BANDIT & SCOTTY ROCKER d. KARL & JC DYKES JR
4.) BATTLE ROYAL
(WHEN IT GETS DOWN TO THE FINAL 2 THEN THEY WILL HAVE A MATCH, WINNER TO GET A TV TITLE SHOT AND LOSER TO BECOME THE NEW LOSERWEIGHT CHAMPION)
RICKY SHANE d. KARL
5.) NWA MSW HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
MAESTRO d. GENE MADRID BY dq

- Editors note: Maestro won the NWA MSW Heavyweight Title on March 15, 2009 in Princeton, WV

For more information on NWA MSW, go to:
www.mountainstatewrestling.com

 

 

NWA FUSION PRO WRESTLING
MARCH 14, 2009
MILE HIGH EVENT CENTER
COMMERCE CITY, CO.

ATTENDANCE 423.

RING ANNOUCER – CHARLIE B…
REFEREES – SCOTTY MCLOVIN, PAT CESARE AND DEWEY LARSON.

CHARLIE B ANNOUCED BEFORE THE SHOW THAT ANDREW "TEST" MARTIN DIED FRIDAY.   A PHOTO OF TEST APPEARED ON THE FUSIONTRON AS EVERYBODY STOOD IN A MOMENT OF SILENCE FOR THE WRESTLER FROM ONTARIO. YOU COULD HAVE HEARD A PIN DROP!

IN THE OPENING EVENT,  JESSE WILLIAMS RETURNED MAKING IT A WINNING NIGHT
AS HE GOT THE BEST OF ARIK ANGEL WITH A SPINE BUSTER – 5:59.

SALT LAKE CITY WRESTLERS TRISTAN GALLO (UTAH HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP)
AND DALLAS MURDOCH CAME IN TO DEFEND THE WESTERN STATES CUP
AGAINST HOLLYWOOD JDT AND TONY MORALES (WHO CAME IN FROM AMARILLO).
GALLO DROPKICKED MORALES INTO JDT WHO SAILED OFF THE RING APRON.
GALLO ROLLED UP MORALES FOR THE PIN – 12:08. UTAH ONCE AGAIN KEEPS THE WESTERN STATES CUP!

JASON "AMERICAN MUSCLE" NOEL CAME TO RINGSIDE CARRYING THE US FLAG
AS FANS CHANTED "USA, USA".   NOEL FACED RASHEEM RASHAD WHO SAID IF HE LOST HE WOULD LEAVE FUSION.  JASON PINNED RAHEEM – 4:11. THIS WAS VERY EMOTIONAL FOR RASHAAD WHO   ACTUALLY BROKE DOWN CRYING AS HE LEFT THE RING WAVING TO FANS.

JEFF MCALLISTER, WITH BILLY V IN HIS CORNER, VS JANO.   BILLY HIT JEFF BY MISTAKE WITH JANO USING THE SUNSET FLIP – 8:59.  JEFF AND BILLY ARGUED BACK TO THE LOCKER ROOM WITH JEFF BLAMING BILLY FOR HIS LOST.

BILLY V VS MATT YADEN. JEFF RACED TO THE RING PUSHING BILLY OFF THE TOP TURNBUCKLE.  YADEN TOOK ADVANTAGE AND USED A DOUBLE ARM DDT TO WIN – 7:15.   WHEN BILLY WAS TOLD BY FANS JEFF PUSHED HIM HE WAS HOT!

PAUL DIAMOND BEAT TOMMY BOUCHET WITH A NECKBREAKER – 11:15..

."YOUR IDOL" JACK MECIDOL BEAT DUSTIN UHRICH WITH THE PUMP HANDLE SLAM – 9:06.

CHAIR ON A POLE MATCH FOR FUSION TITLE – CHAMP STONE D VS DUFF DOYLE.
THIS MATCH ENDED WHEN JEFF AND BILLY CAME IN TO HELP STONE D.
JEFF HELD DUFF AFTER STONE D GRABBED THE CHAIR AND WENT TO HIT DOYLE.
DUFF DUCKS AND JEFF TOOK THE BLOW GETTING KO’D!   SINCE HE WAS HOLDING THE CHAIR, STONE D RETAINS THE BELT.   I DIDNT GET THE TIME IN ALL THE EXCITEMENT! STONE D AND BILLY LEFT JEFF LYING ON THE MAT.

FUSION PRO WRESTLING HAS THE BEST FANS IN THE WORLD.  DEFINITELY AMONG THE MOST VOCAL.  IT DOESN’T MATTER IF YOU ARE BABYFACE OR HEEL FOR YOU WILL HAVE FANS CHEERING.  FROM START TO FINISH THIS SHOW WAS OUTSTANDING!!

For more on NWA FPW, go to:
www.fusionprowrestling.com

 

Results from King & Queen 03/28/09


In front of a jammed packed house at King & Queen Elementary school, NWA Fusion announced they would begin monthly TV tapings in King & Queen starting in June! The card was said by MANY fans to be the best they had seen yet!


Results:
-Vulstag w/The Sheik defeated Landon Thomas
-The New Gods (Jefferson Early & Eddie Mason) beat Grail and "Pain Train" Preston Quinn when Early used a chain on Grail.
-"Mempho Mofo" Mark Bravura successfully defended the NWA Alpha title against "Geordie Bulldog" Sean Denny.
-Mitch-a-paloosa shocked the crowd with a dramatic victory over "Platinum Icon" Phil Brown.
-Da Nu Bloods defeated Assault & Battery to retain the NWA Fusion Tag Team Titles.
-In the Main Event, "Big Time" Mike Booth defeated The American Ranger with help from the Sheik and his Army.



NWA Fusion returns to action Saturday, May 16 at Mathews High School in Mathews, Virginia with a bell time of 6:30pm!

Already on the card…

NWA Continental Heavyweight Title Match
"Big Time" Mike Booth [c] vs. "Mr.Mid-Atlantic" Damien Wayne…

NWA Fusion Alpha Heavyweight Title Match
"The Mempho Mofo" Mark Bravura [c] against "The Pain Train" Preston Quinn

The American Ranger will seek revenge on Vulstag and the Sheik! If Ranger can beat Vulstag, he gets five minutes in the ring with the Sheik!

All this and much more!

For more information on NWA Fusion (VA), go to:
www.myspace.com/nwavirginia 

NWA Oklahoma
March 27, 2009
Ringling HS Multi-Purpose Building
Ringling, OK

1-"The Great" Dane Griffin won a 10 man "Battle Royal" earning a shot at NWA-OK title in June

2-NWA-OK Tag Champ, "Bad Seed of the Trump Dynasty" Thomas Trump def. MRK

3-"Hardcore Warrior" Kunna Keyoh vs. Thug Nasty ended in double D.Q.

4-NWA-OK Tag Champ, "Crown Prince of Crimson" Al Farat def. "Hellacious" Javi Hernandez

5-"Sensational" Seth Allen def. "The Mayne Event" Les Mayne

6-"Pride of Chickasaw Nation" Ky-ote def. Montego Seeka and Dane Griffin in a "Team Leader 3 Way Dance" earning his team, "Native Pride" another shot for the NWA-OK Tag-Team titles

For more information on NWA Oklahoma, go to:
www.myspace.com/nwa_oklahoma

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NWA Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
March 27, 2009
Bridgeview Hall
Surrey, BC

Junior defeated BJ Laredo

NWA/ECCW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Ice & Cole Bishop defeated Nelson Creed & Kenny Lush to win the title

2009 PACIFIC CUP QUALIFYING MATCH
Artemis Spencer defeated Scott Steel

INTERGENDER TAG TEAM MATCH
Nicole Matthews & "Dastardly" Danni Deeds defeated "The Future" Adam Silva & Katrina Valentine

CHILL TOWN OPEN
Ray Brooks won the battle royal, thus gaining entry into Chill Town

WINNER ENTERS TLC4
Sid Sylum defeated "Brilliant" Billy Suede

Moondog Manson & Cremator defeated Scotty Mac & Dropkick Murphy

3 STAGES OF HELL
El Phantasmo defeated Kyle O’Reilly

For more information on NWA ECCW, go to:
www.eccw.com

 

 

NWA EPW Perth
Goldrush 2
March 21, 2009
Queens Park, WA, Australia
Queens Park Recreation Centre

- – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - -
- Jay Taylor def. AZ Vegara
- Devlin Reeves def. Harry Hardshaw of Irish Whip Wrestling
- Marcius Pitsonopoulos def. “The Don” Michael Morleone
- Blitz Team (Shane Haste & Alex “The Kid” Kingston) def. Dan Moore & Chase Griffin in an EPW Tag Team Championship match to become new EPW Tag Team champions
- Richter & Jamie Jurah def. Sebastian Sander & Damian Slater to co-win Four Way Madness when there was a double pinfall
- Ferguson Block def. Gavin McGavin
- Bobby Marshall def. Davis Storm in an EPW Championship match to become the new EPW champion

For more information on NWA EPW Perth, go to:
www.epwperth.com

 

 

NWA Scotland/ SWA
March 7, 2009
Bellahouston Leisure Centre
Bellahouston, Scotland

BT Gunn defeated Lionheart & Adam Chame to win the NWA Scottish Heavyweight Championship

The main event of the night featured a fast paced triple threat for Shame’s title and for a while it looked like Lionheart was about to reclaim his place at the top of the food chain.

Every time Lionheart had the advantage, Shame’s manager Charles Boddington would constantly get in the way of victory, distracting the referee and it was thought to be all over when Lionheart his a picture perfect frog splash on Shame, but despite all the distraction on Shame’s behalf it just wasn’t his night.

With all eyes on Shame and Lionheart since their match in January, the vocal competitor BT Gunn, who reaffirmed his status as number one contender in February, was able to gain the win taking advantage of his opponents mutual hatred for each other, thinking quickly to ensure he was the man who left with his title.

His tag team partner, Micken, came out to celebrate with him but only attacked the new champion for doing the one thing he hasn’t been able to achieve. The two were already scheduled for a friendly match at After Hours on April 5th but now it seems the sakes are higher!

SWA’s new owner revealed!
After a lot of speculation over who the new owner could be in our Forums, Fan Access and elsewhere the crowd were stuned to see retired SWA talent Eric Canyon return to reveal he had traded in his boots and invested in the company.

In one of his first acts of power, he made the decision that Majik would have to fight that night. But there was a twist… if Majik lost that night, or any match following in SWA, he would have to retire from professional wrestling just as he did last year.

Further Results
- Majik defeated Red Lightning
- Falcon defeated Kid Fite
- Micken defeated Wolfgang
- BMW & Conscience defeated Chris Renfrew, the Pryor & Nathan Black
- The Raging Bull & Viper defeated Mark Stevens & Nikki Storm

For more information on NWA Scotland/ SWA, go to:
www.scottishwrestling.co.uk

 

 

NJPW, 3/21/09
Fukuyama Big Rose
1,100 Fans

1. Milano Collection AT & Taichi Ishikari beat Koji Kanemoto & Prince Devitt (12:55) when Milano used a la magistral cutback on Devitt.
2. Black Tiger & Jado beat Tiger Mask & Ryusuke Taguchi (10:27) when Jado used the Crossface of JADO on Taguchi.
3. Manabu Nakanishi & Yutaka Yoshie beat Riki Choshu & Kazuchika Okada (10:37) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Okada.
4. Toru Yano & Takashi Iizuka beat Masahiro Chono & Super Strong Machine (11:14) when Iizuka used a Jigoku Tsuki on Machine.
5. Shinsuke Nakamura, Hirooki Goto & Wataru Inoue beat Togi Makabe, Tomohiro Ishii & Tomoaki Honma (12:10) when Nakamura used a flying cross armbreaker on Honma.
6. New Japan Cup Special 6 Man Tag Match ~ Soul of HIROSHIMA: Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yuji Nagata & Jushin Thunder Liger beat Giant Bernard, Val Venis & Karl Anderson (13:16) when Tanahashi used the High Fly Flow on Anderson.

Courtesy of www.puroresufan.com

 

NJPW, 3/20/09
Takamatsu City Gymnasium #2
1,100 Fans – No Vacancy

1. Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt beat Kazuchika Okada & Nobuo Yoshihashi (8:58) when Devitt used a diving footstomp on Yoshihashi.
2. Black Tiger & Jado beat Tiger Mask & Milano Collection AT (10:39) when Jado pinned Milano.
3. Wataru Inoue & Koji Kanemoto beat Takashi Iizuka & Tomohiro Ishii (13:18) when Ishii was DQ’d.
4. Riki Choshu, Yuji Nagata & Super Strong Machine beat Togi Makabe, Toru Yano & Tomoaki Honma (9:11) when Nagata used a backdrop hold on Honma.
5. Shinsuke Nakamura & Hirooki Goto beat Masahiro Chono & Jushin Thunder Liger (11:53) when Goto used a modified armlock on Liger.
6. New Japan Cup Special 6 Man Tag Match ~ Soul of TAKAMATSU: Hiroshi Tanahashi, Manabu Nakanishi & Yutaka Yoshie beat Giant Bernard, Val Venis & Karl Anderson (19:08) when Tanahashi used the High Fly Flow on Anderson.

Courtesy of www.puroresufan.com

 

 NJPW, 3/22/09 (Samurai! TV)
Amagasaki Memorial Park Gymnasium
5,300 Fans – No Vacancy

Hirooki Goto today moved one step closer to the top, following up on his shocking G1 Climax win last August by capturing the fifth annual New Japan Cup. A hot crowd in Amagasaki saw Goto do the seemingly impossible and beat two of New Japan’s upper tier. Before that, Giant Bernard ended Yutaka Yoshie’s good run in the tournament, cradling him to reach his third NJC final. The other semi final then saw Goto avenge his Sumo Hall loss with a huge win over Nagata, using the modified armlock he has been favouring recently for the win.

This set up the final of Goto vs. Bernard, a match with history as you might recall, AFTER Goto won the G1 last year, Bernard scored two successive wins over him in what remained of the year. Goto again had trouble with the bigger and stronger gaijin ace, but his improving submission techniques made a big difference, as he got Bernard in a cross armbreaker and transitioned into the same modified armlock for the tap and win! Goto has now earned a shot against the winner of Tanahashi vs. Angle for the IWGP Heavyweight Title on May 3rd at the Fukuoka International Center. Tanahashi, ahead of his match with Angle, defeated another American star in the form of former WWE Intercontinental Champion, Val Venis, landing the High Fly Flow in this non-title match.

0. Kazuchika Okada beat Nobuo Yoshihashi (5:50) with a crab hold.
1. Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt beat Milano Collection AT & Taichi Ishikari (9:00) when Devitt pinned Ishikari after a Dodon & Prince’s Throne combination.
2. Manabu Nakanishi, Tiger Mask & Jushin Thunder Liger beat Karl Anderson, Black Tiger & Jado (10:01) when Nakanishi used an Argentine backbreaker on Jado.
3. New Japan Cup – Semi Final: Giant Bernard beat Yutaka Yoshie (8:56) with a horizontal cradle.
4. New Japan Cup – Semi Final: Hirooki Goto beat Yuji Nagata (14:51) with a modified armlock.
5. Riki Choshu, Masahiro Chono & Super Strong Machine beat Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka & Tomoaki Honma (12:21) when Choon used a Shining Yakuza kick on Honma.
6. New Japan Cup Special Tag Match ~ Soul of AMAGASAKI: Shinsuke Nakamura & Wataru Inoue vs. Togi Makabe & Tomohiro Ishii went to a draw (13:22) when Nakamura & Makabe were counted out.
7. New Japan Cup Special Singles Match ~ Soul of AMAGASAKI: Hiroshi Tanahashi beat Val Venis (12:50) with the High Fly Flow.
8. New Japan Cup – Final: Hirooki Goto beat Giant Bernard (18:18) with a modified armlock.

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New Japan Pro Wrestling
March 29, 2009
“EXCITING BATTLE IN OKINAWA 2009″
Okinawa Prefectural Budokan
Okinawa, Japan
2,500 Fans

1. Okinawa Pro Offer Match: Shisaou , Captain “Churaumi Pirates” Zack & Mil Mongoose beat Super Delfin , Kaijin Habu Otoko & Menso~re Oyaji (9:37) when Shisaou used the Final Shisa on Oyaji.

2. Tiger Mask, Ryusuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt beat Jushin Thunder Liger, Koji Kanemoto & Taichi Ishikari (11:49) when Tiger used a Tiger suplex hold on Ishikari.

3. Tomohiro Ishii & Jado beat Wataru Inoue & Nobuo Yoshihashi (11:27) when Jado used the Crossface of JADO on Yoshihashi.

4. Yuji Nagata & Manabu Nakanishi beat Riki Choshu & Kazuchika Okada (10:39) when Nagata used a backdrop hold on Okada.

5. Togi Makabe, Toru Yano & Takashi Iizuka beat Shinsuke Nakamura, Hirooki Goto & Milano Collection AT (16:41) when Yano used the Oni Koroshi on Milano.

6. Hiroshi Tanahashi beat Karl Anderson (12:09) with the High Fly Flow.

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