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NWA ANARCHY TV TAPING 11-29 REPORT by LARRY GOODMAN
NWA Anarchy ran their annual holiday fundraiser Saturday night in Cornelia. This year, the event doubled as a television taping.
Attendance at the NWA Arena was a very hot 150.
Suffice to say things are very much on track to produce a great show at Seasonâ<80><99>s Beating on December 20.
Prior to the show, the fans drew names to determine the order of entry for the Mega Rumble later in the show. The winner was to earn a title shot of his choosing. The 16th and final entrant was left as a mystery.
(1) Azrael defeated Bo Newsome in 3:50 to advance in the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Contender Tournament. Newsome got dumped and kicked by the Reverend. Newsome answered with a huracanrana for two. Azrael lit him up with a pair of his vaunted chops. Newsomeâ<80><99>s chest was beet red. Newsome made a nice flying comeback, but Azrael busted out the Ted Bundy (same as Matt Morganâ<80><99>s Hellevator, although Azrael was the originator of the move). Good match.
We saw Jeremy Vain and Seth Delay on the big screen. Delay said they had always been buddies. He figured jealousy must have gotten the best of Vain at the last taping. Vain pawned his bad behavior off on his tag team partner, Rob Adonis being hot-headed. Vain said it was a fact that he and Adonis were going to win the Anarchy tag titles. Delay said it was fate that the Dynamic Duo (Delay & Chad Parham) would become champions. As Vain started to walk away, Delay pulled brass knucks out of his pocket (apparently, he never leave home without them), but Rob Adonis showed up to prevent Delay from doing the deed.
(2) In a non-title match, Talent & Money (JT Talent & Drew Pendleton III) beat the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Champions New Wave (Steven Walters & Derrick Driver) in 7:48. Vain & Adonis came out to do color commentary. Strong pop for New Wave. Interference by Talent set Walters up as the babyface-in-peril. Talentâ<80><99>s facial expressions made this segment of match quite entertaining. His offense wasnâ<80><99>t bad either. Walter used the momentum off a huracanrana to make the hot tag. It quickly broke down to four-way action. New Wave hit a great combo move – a pendulum (Walters)/guillotine leg drop (Driver). Vain & Adonis got on the apron and ate a double dropkick from New Wave. Talent capitalized on the interference with a suplex facebuster thingy on Driver for the pin. This was the strong match New Wave needed to have. Theyâ<80><99>re back in the good graces of the fans in Cornelia.
As a result, Talent and Money were deemed to be the number one contenders for the tag titles. The booking here is doing a stellar job of making the tag team division super competitive.
(3) Kyle Mattews beat Andrew Alexander in 7:39 to advance in the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Contender Tournament. A match between babyface partners. A decent enough match, but the fans got impatient with the clean wrestling. They went back forth with each able to get no more than a one count. Alexander went to the floor and got the â<80><9c>chickenâ<80> chant. Then the near falls. Matthews used Jimmy Raveâ<80><99>s Dusk â<80>~Til Dawn to set up a pinning combination. Matthews thwarted a superplex attempt. Alexander took the usual back bump off the ropes, but climbed right back up and hit the superplex. It was different and the crowd responded to it. Finish saw Andrews roll through on Matthewsâ<80><99> huracanrana for a pin attempt. Matthews reversed it for the pin. Alexander showed disappointment but ended up hugging Matthews and raising his hand.
Attorney/Agent Jeff G. Bailey cut another outstanding promo. He said Kimo left referee Wes Grissom a bloody mess because of Ace Rockwell. He accused Rockwell of hiding behind NWA Anarchy owner Jerry Palmerâ<80><99>s â<80><9c>abuse of powerâ<80> in suspending Kimo. Bailey was incensed that Shatter should have to prove himself worthy of inclusion in the heavyweight title match at Seasonâ<80><99>s Beatings (along with Shadow Jackson and Champion Iceberg). He said Judas had never beaten Shatter, while Shatter had multiple wins over Judas.
(4) Mikal Judas vs. Shatter (with Jeff G. Bailey) went to a double count out in 3:37. This was awesome. It totally belonged in a major league ring. For intensity, drama, and skill level, this match was better than most of the stuff I see on TNA or WWE. Shatter attacked Judas before he made it into the ring and gave him an extended beating outside the ring, like 3 minutes worth. Shatter whipped Judas hard into the announcerâ<80><99>s booth, dug a chair into his throat, and gave him a suplex on the ramp. The crowd was chanting for Judas to do something. Inside the ring, Judas appeared to have nothing left. Shatter went for his PTSD powerbomb, and out of the blue, Judas hit a towering Alabama Slam. Judas took over. Shatter escaped from the choke slam and hit a spinebuster for a near fall. Judas suplexed Shatter into the turnbuckles for a near fall. They pounded each other at ringside and the ref calling for the bell didnâ<80><99>t slow them down. The fight continued until Judas clotheslined Shatter out of the ring.
Palmer came out. It got really heated between him and Bailey. Palmer said he didnâ<80><99>t want to get in Baileyâ<80><99>s business, but the business in this building was his business. Palmer threatened another suspension. Palmer said this wasnâ<80><99>t the BCS, and there were no computers. Judas and Shatter would settle it in a rematch on December 6. Palmer said there was only one man big and bad enough to officiate. The building erupted for the entrance of Shadow Jackson. Jackson said he didnâ<80><99>t care who won, because at Seasonâ<80><99>s Beatings, the peopleâ<80><99>s champion was going to become the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion.
The Judas/Shatter rematch has the potential to be Anarchy’s best singles match of the year.
Palmer explained that this yearâ<80><99>s event was in support of â<80><9c>Joeyâ<80><99>s Toybox,â<80> a charity started by 9-year old cancer patient Joey Doolittle to make toys available to children receiving treatment at Childrenâ<80><99>s Healthcare of Atlanta-Scottish Rite and Egelston. They showed the story that Atlanta Fox 5 aired on Doolittle and “Joey’s Toy Box” on the big screen. Palmer mentioned that Doolittle, who died on July 4 of this year, was the grand nephew of Jimmy Valiant. â<80><9c>The Church of Southern Wrestlingâ<80> responded with over $500 and 5 large bags of toys.
(5) Austin Creed won a 16 man Mega Rumble to win a future shot at the title of his choosing (total time of 35:22). Due to the random drawing for order of entrance, Bill Behrens had to book this one on the fly, and he did a hell of a job. The heat held up amazingly well for such a long match. Slim J started with Bobby Moore. Moore rolled out to the floor as #3 TK Cross entered to do battle with J. Dueling chants with the Bleacher Bums for Cross and the rest of the crowd for J. Cross was the first one out as #4 Billy Buck entered and made a beeline for his arch enemy Moore. #5 was Hayden Young. Great pop. Moore took his lumps and bailed again. The faces did a three way submission spot â<80>” J put the Roach Clip on Young and Buck put J in a Boston crab. #6 was Tyler Smith and he was an animal. Moore got bold with his partner out to join him. Smith eliminated Buck. #7 was Caleb Konley. The babyfaces used the numbers advantage to do a number on Smith. #8 was Seth Delay. He paired off with J. #9 was Rockwell he cleaned house on the heels. Adrian Hawkins was #10, and with 8 guys in there, it was getting clusterish. #11 was Alan Funk make his Anarchy inring debut. He looked to be in phenomenal shape. Funk had something for everyone – an equal opportunity ass kicker. He turned Funkster complete with a Hogan leg drop on Delay. The heels ganged up on Funk to eliminate him, as #12 entered. #13 was Chip Day. He came out flying. There was a comical sequence where Day whiffed on one kick and unintentionally kicked Moseley in the man region. They did an 8-way tower of doom spot with Day taking the superplex. It was a spectacle and the crowd ate it up. #14 Jay Clinton entered with all 8 men down and selling. He tossed Day out and got â<80><9c>sissyâ<80> heat. #15 naturally had to be Don Matthews. Clintonâ<80><99>s eyes got big. He tried to eliminate himself, but Young grabbed his leg. Matthews gave Clinton the obligatory Clothesline from Hell and tossed him out. Clintonâ<80><99>s back took a shot on the edge of the ring apron that had to suck. Matthews eliminated Moseley with the BFK. The Technicians teamed up to eliminate Matthews.
The mystery final entrant was Austin Creed. The pop was as big as any babyface in Anarchy has ever gotten. Heâ<80><99>s thicker and more muscular than when he left for TNA. Creed teamed with Hayden Young for some Awesome Attraction reunion action. They ran through some of their signature spots. Great stuff that the crowd was going nuts for. Bailey came out to distract Rockwell, who got dumped by Moore. Hawkins and Young went out together. The Techs tried to toss Creed and J, but they did skin-the-cats in stereo, and eliminated both of the Technicians. That left J and Creed as the last two men. It started as a stand off. Creed overpowered J with a shoulder block, the knocked him silly with a lariat, then hit the somersault lariat. They ended up battling on the apron. Both fell to the floor with ref Brent Wiley ruling that Jâ<80><99>s feet touched first.
Truitt Fields was introduced as the longest reigning television champion in Arena history. To quote Jerry Lawler, Fields has muscles in places most people donâ<80><99>t even have places. Fields challenged Anarchy Heavyweight Champion, Iceberg to a title match. Fields said he would sweeten the deal by putting hit title up against Icebergâ<80><99>s title.
The Reverend came out with Azrael. He said Fields was a dumb jock, but not as dumb as he looked. The Rev claimed Iceberg was on vacation because he hadnâ<80><99>t finished his Thanksgiving dinner yet. He offered up Azrael for TV title match. Fields accepted.
(6) Truitt Fields pinned Azrael (with the Reverend) to retain the NWA Anarchy Television Championship in 8:34. Fields brought Azrael in the hard way. The championâ<80><99>s advantage was short-lived, however, as Azrael side stepped his spear attempt and Fields tumbled out to the floor. This was goods stuff. As per usual, Izzyâ<80><99>s offense looked wicked stiff, and Fieldsâ<80><99> comebacks showed real fire. Azrael hit a superplex and lit Fields up with chops, but Fields treated them as a wake up call. Fields roared back with a barrage of high impact offense. Seeing his â<80><9c>Son of Satanâ<80> in deep trouble, the Rev tossed The Staff of Righteousness into the ring and distracted ref Ken Wallace. But the Rev’s best laid plans failed to materialize. Fields pinned Azrael clean with the Killing Fields.
NOTES: Besides Judas vs. Shatter with Jackson as special referee, the December 6 taping will have Melissa Coates vs. Crystal Rose, and the semifinals of the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Contender Tournament with Azrael, Matthews, Young and Hawkinsâ<80>¦Patrick Bentley and Adams Roberts were in the houseâ<80>¦Kareem Abdul Jamar, Chris King, Anthony Henry, Chris Mayne, Skirra Corvus and Dustin Michaels were all invited back for future bookings after their appearances last night on the IWA Mid-South show in Joliet, Ilâ<80>¦Bailey and Kimo worked the 11/21 CWA television taping in Columbia, the one that had the problem with the booking of Samoa Joe.
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MATCH #1 JACKSON & JUDAS VS REJECTS RECAP
MATCH #2 ADRIAN HAWKINS VS TK KROSS
MATCH #3 ROB ADONIS VS DEREK DRIVER
MATCH #4 JEFF LEWIS IN RING (DON MATTHEWS)
MATCH #5 CHIP DAY VS AZRAEL (JUDAS-ICEBERG ETC)
NWA Anarchy TV Report by Ca$hFlowX
WRESTLING: (n.) â<80><99>res-ling A sport of contest in which two individuals face off in unarmed combat.
– Welcome to NWA Anarchy, this is PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING~! Last week on NWA Anarchy TV, Jeremy Vain reminded Mr. Rob Adonis owed him a personal favor and snatched up the TV title shot at NWA Anarchy TV Champion Truitt Fields. Unfortunately, Vainâ<80><99>s chicanery and buffoonery backfired. What an imbecile. In the main event, the Dynamic Duo pulled out the win against Ace Rockwell & Luke Hawx with the old one-two Bojangleâ<80><99>s chicken combo, a pair of shiny brass knux and a piledriver. Also, the Technicians earned a title shot at NWA Anarchy Tag Team Champions the New Wave by really not winning a #1 contenders battle royal in what was one of the worst and very few booking debacles in recent Anarchy history. This week, the New Wave defends the tag straps against the Technicians and Shadow Jackson challenges the Altar of Human Mutilation for the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title.
– Well, well, well, look who we have hereâ<80>¦ agent/attorney Jeff G. Bailey, Kimo, and Shatter have invaded the premises. If you think Bailey cuts awesome promos, you ought to hear his impersonation of ER, but thatâ<80><99>s a story Iâ<80><99>ll save for another day. Bailey doesnâ<80><99>t plan to scream and bellyache about the New Waveâ<80><99>s miracle upset of the NWA Elite. Yep, tonight is the luckiest night in the New Waveâ<80><99>s career because the NWA Elite will not be seeking a rematch. However, the most important thing in the NWA Arena is being a member of the NWA Elite. For all the semi-literates in NWA Anarchy, the NWA Elite has produced three world champions: Ron Killings (R-Truth), AJ Styles, and Abyss. Yeah, that drew a pop from the teeny boppers. The next WWE World Champion will be Shatter. The fans immediately pop for the heel. Ok, something is not right here. Shouldnâ<80><99>t the fans be despising Bailey for shoving his evil greatness down their throats? According to Bailey, there are three men responsible for Shatterâ<80><99>s success: Shatter, Kimo and Bailey. With Shatter gone, this leaves Kimo the slot to capture gold. Kimo will achieve a new level of success by making examples of anyone who crosses his path. To demonstrate Kimoâ<80><99>s dominance, Bailey challenges any member of the locker room to last 5 minutes with Kimo.
1. â<80><9c>The Weird Sense of Kim Chiâ<80> Kimo destroyed â<80><9c>The Weird Sense of Lettuce & Taco Meatâ<80> Don Juan.
2. â<80><9c>The 2 Year Veteranâ<80> Adrian Hawkins pinned â<80><9c>Do or Dieâ<80> Chip Day to retain the last entry in the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Mega-Rumble.
– After commercial, Slim J confronts Hawkins about experience. Slim J admits he wants to win every title in NWA Anarchy and he will win the Lionâ<80><99>s Cup Title as well. The Lionâ<80><99>s Cup isnâ<80><99>t about experience, it is about heart something that Hawkins doesnâ<80><99>t have, BUSTA~!
3. The New Wave (Derrick Driver & Steven Walters) defeated the Technicians (Tyler Smith & Bob E) to retain the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Titles.
– The â<80><9c>Master of Ceremonial Disasterâ<80> Greg Hunter is out to interview Brody Ray Chase & â<80><9c>Sheâ<80><99>s a Manâ<80> Melissa Coates. According to Chase, there is unbridled lust in everyoneâ<80><99>s eyes, including the women in the audience. Chase brags about being on national TV and winning titles everywhere he has wrestled, but fails to mention getting his ass kicked on TBS WCWSN back in the 80â<80><99>s. He admits that NWA Owner Jerry Palmer canâ<80><99>t take his eyes off of Coates. As soon as Coates speaks, Palmer heads out. Palmer scorns Chase and advises Coates to leave the old womanizer. Chase threatens the Boss, Hunter and the crowd. A disgusted Chase grabs Coates by the arm before heading to the back. What a jerk.
4. â<80><9c>The Peopleâ<80><99>s Championâ<80> Shadow Jackson defeated â<80><9c>the Altar of Human Mutilationâ<80> Iceberg w/â<80>the Reverendâ<80> Dan Wilson & the Staff of Righteousness via disqualification, but Iceberg retains the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title.
NWA Anarchy TV Report by Ca$hFlowX
WRESTLING: (n.) â<80><99>res-ling A sport of contest in which two individuals face off in unarmed combat.
– Welcome to NWA Anarchy, this is PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING~! Last week was eventful on NWA Anarchy TV when Adrian Hawkins successfully defended his last entry into this weekâ<80><99>s Young Lionâ<80><99>s Mega Rumble. Afterwards, Slim J paid him a special visit and reminded Hawkins he wants every title in NWA Anarchy, BUSTAH~! Iceberg walks away still the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion when Azreal attacked Shadow Jackson prompting the referee to call for an immediate disqualification. Mikael Judas headed out to save and shook hands with Shadow. Shadow & Judas will join forces to battle the Devilâ<80><99>s Rejects on next weekâ<80><99>s episode. This week, the Hollywood Brunettes tango with the Technicians and Youngâ<80><99>s Lions will face-off in a Mega-Rumble. Slim J is the first entrant and Hawkins is the last. The last two remaining contestants will face-off at Fright Night â<80><99>08.
– We begin this week with John â<80><9c>the Bodyâ<80> Johnson interviewing Jeremy Vain and his bodyguard Mr. Rob Adonis. Cameras follow Johnson, Vain needs a camera and so he has the opportunity to speak on this. Vain lambastes Mr. Adonis for every mishap since purchasing his services as a bodyguard. Vain needs Mr. Adonis to focus on what makes him a champion. Mr. Adonis reminds Vain that he stole his title shot and then screwed it up. Agreed. Vain scorns Mr. Adonis by calling him a â<80><9c>nobody.â<80> Ouch, that was low. Vain is here to show the way Mr. Adonis is supposed to find opportunity and shows him how. Vain confronts the New Wave, grabs their precious gold and calls them girls. Walters appreciates the complement, but Vain & Mr. Adonis delivers a denada via beatdown. They do in 10 seconds what the NWA Elite or the Devilâ<80><99>s Rejects couldnâ<80><99>t do in 10 minutes; beat the living piss out of the tag champions. Kareem Abdul Jamar is like â<80><9c>Hey, dude,â<80> and Mr. Adonis wipes him out. Mr. Adonis tosses around members of the locker room like Paper-Mache. John Johnson is the only one left standing after this debacle. Mr. Adonis commandeers both members to the ring, but the New Wave fights back. Mr. Adonis saves Vain from the Unskinny Bop and destroys Walters with the A-Plex. Driver receives likewise. Hopefully, Walters ordered a bottle of Excedrin 3 after taking a head smash in the locker room. This has to be one of the most awesome moments in recent Anarchy history.
1. JT Talent pinned Malachi.
2. The Technicians (Bob E & Tyler Smith) defeated the Hollywood Brunettes (â<80><9c>the Wizard of Aaaaaaaahsâ<80> Andrew Alexander & â<80><9c>2 Hot 4 TVâ<80> Kyle Matthews) via submission.
– We return to the ring with Brody Ray Chase sans Melissa Coates. Chase says Palmer is jealous of everything the Stray Cat is, has and the woman that attracts his eyes. Thatâ<80><99>s a bold statement. Chase left the tender tiny morsel to be enjoyed by a true man at home. Chase reveals his masterminded plan to wrestle two women. He demands two good looking women who know their role. He draws several laughs from the female contingent. Chase believes the females actually proclaim him a man. What a conceited not a very nice person.
3. â<80><9c>The Great American Scream Machineâ<80> Brody Ray Chase defeated Christy â<80><9c>Tinaâ<80> Turner & Crystal Rose in an intergender handicap match.
4. Slim J and Adrian Hawkins were the two remaining participants in the Mega-Rumble and will face-off at Fright Night to determine inaugural Young Lionâ<80><99>s champion.
OVERALL: There were plenty of good segments and left little to nitpick.
11/28 NWA Prime Time: A Live Report by Larry Goodman
Johnny Swinger made a shocking debut for NWA Prime Time Pro Wrestling Friday night in Columbus.
Until the moment a masked Swinger hit the ring to join the invaders from Great Championship Wrestling, he was the biggest name star on the GCW roster, a position he had held since his departure from WWE.
Itâ<80><99>s a hell of angle. For several weeks, Sonny Siaki had been wreaking havoc in Prime Time, while still claiming to work for their bitter rival, GCW. Last week, Siaki grabbed Tracy Taylor as a hostage and threatened to break her neck. Promoter Billy Roper agreed to close down the company if David Young didnâ<80><99>t beat Siaki in a match. Siaki agreed to go back across the river to GCW if he lost. Well, Siaki lost but he lied about leaving, and now Swinger and Zero Tolerance have joined the invasion.
Whether Swinger coming in proves to be a good business decision for Prime Time is another thing altogether. Only time and the depth of Roperâ<80><99>s pocketbook will tell. It was almost certainly a good business decision for GCW to jettison Swinger, as he was no doubt the highest paid guy on their roster.
PTPW drew a disappointing 140 to the Prime Time Arena for the ultimate high stakes stipulation. What more can you put up than the very existence of your company? The subpar crowd is more, I think, a sign of changing times than a fault of the angle. Sadly, the days when holiday weekends meant big crowds for wrestling have come and gone. If anything, holiday weekends appear to be a negative at this point.
The crowd was on fire for the main event and all the hoopla afterwards. However, they never fully turned up the heat until then, as a lackluster undercard gave them little reason to do so. A certain group of knowledgeable regular attendees said it was only overall bad show since David Young started booking.
(1) Simon Sermon & Thomas Britain beat the Iceberg & Deathrow to retain the PTWP Tag Team Championship in 9:15. Being that it was matchup of heel teams, the heat was less than optimal. The Brits had title belts wrapped in British flags, the deal being they planned to take the titles across the river (to GCW) when their contacts expired after next Friday. Sermon was his usual entertaining self. The prospect of locking up with Iceberg had him chewing his nails. The monsters decimated Britain. Sermon had to made save after save. But the problems between Iceberg and Deathrow came to a head Iceberg â<80><9c>accidentallyâ<80> got clocked by Deathrow. Iceberg retaliated with a lariat, Sermon pounced on top of Deathrow for the three count. Sermon then loaded Britain onto his back and ran out with the belts. Funny stuff.
Iceberg briefly took possession of both the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight belt and Deathrowâ<80><99>s PTPW Heavyweight belt over his head.
(2) Frankie Valentine beat Josh Stone in 9:30. The crowd popped for Valentineâ<80><99>s entrance. He can go face of heel. Match wasnâ<80><99>t bad, but it was babyface vs. babyface, and the crowd wasnâ<80><99>t feeling it once the bell rang. After a missed slingshot move by Valentine, Stone went to work on his shoulder. Valentine made the comeback and after wrestling clean the entire match, Stone raked the eyes. Why now? Finish saw Valentine block a superplex and pin Stone with a super sunset flip.
Sermon carried Britain back out to the ring. Sermon told Roper he had just witnessed an example of the Britsâ<80><99> domination. Britain was still out of it. He crawled across the ring to grab onto to Roperâ<80><99>s pant leg. Sermon said they were â<80><9c>going across the riverâ<80> in one more week. With that, Sermon carried Britain and the title belts to the back.
(3) Genni Wright beat Tracy Taylor in 9:10. This match had the wrong kind of heat. Wright was wearing the worst possible gear for her body type, and she got ripped to shreds by a decidedly sadistic element in the crowd. It didnâ<80><99>t help that she also stinks as a wrestler. It was originally booked as a tag (see notes below), where they may have been able to hide Wrightâ<80><99>s shortcomings. Just maybe. Wright heeled. The crowd got behind Tracy, who hit a powerslam to spark a comeback. Wright pinned Tracy using the tights. Youâ<80><99>ve got to be freaking kidding me. Not only is Tracy a regular, she had already pinned two of their male wrestlers. No way this girl beats her.
(4) Killer Instinct (Mike Stratus & Jake Slater) beat Chip Day & Kyle Matthews in 9:40. The undersized babyface team came out flying. It was the most into the show this crowd had been all night. They worked on the leg of Stratus and then the arm of Slater. Matthews took the heat. Stratus was good here. Heâ<80><99>s a solid heel â<80>” a stocky grizzled veteran type. Mathews went through the legs to make the hot tag. Day hit a double missile dropkick and cleaned house, but ended up on the wrong end of a slice â<80>~n dice legdrop by Stratus.
(5) Micah Taylor beat Travis Sawyer (with Tony Lucassio) in 13:18. This match had the best true wrestling content, and that was 90% Micah. Make no mistake, the guy is a great wrestler. Every hold applied in a realistic manner. The heat was so-so. I donâ<80><99>t think the fans saw Sawyer as a legitimate threat to beat one of Prime Timeâ<80><99>s top guys. Sawyer needs to get in better shape if heâ<80><99>s going to make a deal out of being Buzzâ<80><99>s son. I was a huge mark for Sawyer when he was the man in Georgia Championship Wrestling. They talk about his feud with Tommy Rich, but with all due respect, none of those matches could hold a candle to his chain match with Roddy Piper in the Omni. But I digress. Lucassio got â<80><9c>shut upâ<80> heat on the mic. Taylor did some stellar work on Sawyerâ<80><99>s leg, the highlight being the surfboard leglock. With Lucassio providing the distraction, Sawyer delivered a knee to the back that sent Micah through the ropes. Sawyer worked over Micahâ<80><99>s back. Ref Rob Russo caught Sawyer using the ropes on a pin attempt. Micah then kicked out of Sawyerâ<80><99>s powerslam. The crowd revved up for Micahâ<80><99>s comeback. Sawyer did a rhino like charge into the turnbuckles and Micah rolled him up. Sawyer did the sore loser back jumping thing after the match.
(6) Bulldog Raines beat Colt Derringer in a cowbell on a bullrope match (12:34). It was OK, but there was something missing, mainly, the expected brutality. The cowbell barley figured into the match. The first man to touch all four corners in succession would be the winner. Raines controlled the early portion of the match via inventive use of the rope. He got three touches before being cut of by Derringerâ<80><99>s rope lariat. Derringer gave Raines a few cowbell shots to the back. Derringer hit a middle rope legdrop and they did the deal where both men touch 3 corners. They got into a tug of war as Derringer strained to make the fourth corner. They needed a shorter rope to make it believable. Raines speared Derringer. Raines hit a Blue Thunder Bomb, an impressive move on man Derringerâ<80><99>s size that appeared to suck out all the energy he had. Raines put the rope around Derringerâ<80><99>s neck and dragged him to three corners with both men touching. A not so monumental struggle ensued and Raines managed to make the fourth touch.
Postmatch: Derringer bludgeoned Raines with the cowbell and hung him over the top rope. Day, Matthews and Valentine came out to make the save.
Intermission number two. Micah and Tracy Taylor out for autographs and so forth.
Before the main event, Roper called for quiet, so he could explain the gravity of the situation. He thanked the fans for their support in case this was it for PTPW.
(7) David Young beat Sonny Siaki via DQ when his masked accomplice, revealed as Zero Tolerance, interfered at 11 minutes. The heat was off the hook for this match. Siaki entered through a side door carrying a 2 x 4. He knocked a heckler on his ass and decked a security guard. Siaki was accompanied by Tolerance in a ski mask. Ringside fans that attended GCW shows recognized him. There arenâ<80><99>t many dudes that size walking around. This action quickly spilled outside the ring. Roper got in a cheap shot on Siaki. Young sent Siaki flying through a section of ringside seats. Young tried to come off the apron with a huracanrana, and Siaki slammed his head into a chair. Siaki clocked Young with a fire extinguisher and got a two count on the floor. Somebody made it falls count anywhere, I guess. Inside the ring, Young kicked out of a DDT on the chair. Young kicked out. Siaki choked Young with his GCW hoodie. The crowd was pleading for Young to make a comeback. Siaki superkicked Young, and he kicked out again.
Young hit a tornado kick and then the spinebuster, The masked dude attacked ref Rob Russo for the DQ.
Tolerance gave Young a full nelson slam and took off his mask. Chris Stevens ran out to save his partner (why wasnâ<80><99>t he at ringside watching Youngâ<80><99>s back?), but he was beaten down, and both members of Bad Company got laid out with flapjacks. Another second masked man in a leather jacket came in through the back door with a baseball bat. By this time, Roper had jumped into the ring, and the masked guy jabbed him in the gut with the baseball bat. Masked man #2 revealed himself to be Swinger. The carnage continued with Young, Stevens, Roper and Russo all left laying. Siaki said GCW would be back next week. Swinger said they were taking over. The invaders exited through the back door of the arena. Young addressed the invaders while he was still down in the ring. â<80><9c>Donâ<80><99>t walk away, cuz Iâ<80><99>m still breathing.â<80> Young said the GCW guys would have to kill him. Young said Bad Company would be back and they were bringing hell with them.
That sets up Bad Company (Young & Stevens & Bull Buchanan) vs. Siaki & Swinger & Tolerance for December 5.
In an appalling lack of attention to detail, Roper conducted the show closing raffle. The rumbling in the distance wasnâ<80><99>t thunder; it was the sound of countless old school bookers rolling in their graves. Iâ<80><99>m not saying Roper didnâ<80><99>t sell the beating, because he definitely did, but his recuperative powers were superior to the wrestlers. Either do the raffle at intermission, or better yet, have some poor grief-stricken PTPW employee do it, while Roper is being carried to the back. Itâ<80><99>s a given that todayâ<80><99>s fans donâ<80><99>t buy this stuff as real. Doing things the proper way may not sell tickets, but thereâ<80><99>s still a right way and a wrong way to do things.
NOTES: The womenâ<80><99>s tag match originally advertised, Taylor & Daffney vs. Wright & April Oâ<80><99>Neil was pared down to a singles matchâ<80>¦Day is known as â<80><9c>Do or Dieâ<80> Chip Day. He has Mountain Dew gear and guzzles a can of that nasty stuff on his way to the ringâ<80>¦The second intermission came at 10pm. The late start (7:55 advertised as 7:30) is problematic if youâ<80><99>re going to do two intermissions. They got away with doing a three hour show and not burning out the crowd this time, but itâ<80><99>s a dangerous habit to get intoâ<80>¦Talent currently performing for PTPW that formerly worked for GCW in Phenix City include Siaki, Swinger, Tolerance, Young, Stevens, the Taylors and Bull Buchanan
NWA Prime Time Pro Wrestling returns to the Prime Time Arena in Columbus on December 5. Advertised: Bad Company (David Young & Chris Stevens & Bull Buchanan) vs. GCW Invaders (Sonny Siaki & Johnny Swinger & Zero Tolerance), Bulldog Raines vs. Shaun Tempers, Sermon & Britain defend the tag titles against Frankie Valentine & Ace Rockwell, Iceberg & Deathrow vs. Killer Instinct (Mike Stratus & Jake Slater), Chip Day & El Loco vs. Micah & Tracy Taylor, The Wrestler vs. Colt Derringer.
NWA ANARCHY/APW ROYSTON RESULTS 11-28-08
Results for live show for Nov 28th
Kareem Abdul Jamar defeated Sgt SWAT
Skirra Corvus defeated Dirty Robinson
Strictnyn defeated BJ Hancock
Slim J defeated Dustin Michaels
Chris King was the sole survivor pinning North Georgia Champion Seth Delay in an 8 man elimination tag match between the teams of
Team Kool- Seth Delay, Jeremy Vain, Aaron Lee, & Anthony Henry
Team King-Chris king, Bo Newsom, Donovan Sweet, & Brad Logan
John Carnage defeated Don Matthews in the main event which was a wild brawl from the start.
Notes: Kareem Abdul Jamar, Skirra Corvus, Dustin Michaels, Chris King, & Anthony Henry made the drive up to Chicago, Illinois for Ian Rotten’s IWA-Mid South show on 11/29 representing APW & NWA Anarchy respectively, and all 5 have been invited back by management
NWA Main Event
Scott Hayes won the double ring battle royal to win the 2008 Nick Gulas Memorial Cup and a check for $1,000.00
Big Bully Douglas defeated Seven
Anthony Ingram lost to Larry Cooter
Shawn Shultz defeated Matt Boyce
Aiden Scott won over Chris Cain to become the new NWA Mid-America X Division Champion
Shane Smalls defeated Steve O to become the new NWA Mid-America Television Champion
“Playboy” Scott Hayes won over “Crippler” Jeff Daniels to become the new NWA Mid-America Heavyweight Champion.
Doug Gilbert defeated Brian Christopher
Over 250 fans were present to enjoy an evening of good ole southern style wrestling. NWA Main Event would like to thank the wrestling fans that were in attendance and proving that NWA Main Event Wrestling is the premier wrestling organization in the Nashville area.
Here are the results from the NWA Indiana show in Lafayette, Indiana on 11/28 at the Lafayette Theater in front of a crowd of 215.
GT Vega defeated Check Steak & Hayden Kent in a 3-way pre show match.
Tiny Tim defeated Brandon Thomaselli
Dave Davidson defeated Christopher Kent
Billy Roc defeated Billy Bart via disqualification
Devon Fury & Kenny Courageous defeated Marc Houston & Joey “Kidd” Owens to retain their tag team titles
Rob Ramer defeated Lash Gibson
In the main event, Billy Roc and Guy Lombardo defeated Shawn Cook and Flash Flannigan with Billy Bart handcuffed to WWE Hall of Famer, “The Boogie Woogie Man” Jimmy Valiant on the floor.
NWA Indiana returns to the Lafayette Theater on 12/14 with the return of The Metal Master
Log onto www.thenwaindiana.com for more info
NWA PRO AFFILIATE NEWS
The ALTERNATIVE WRESTLING SHOW and The EMPIRE WRESTLING FEDERATION presents; ‘UNITED FORCES’ Sunday Dec.21,2008 at 2:00 p.m. bell time.
-Main Event- (A three falls match with a title on the line for each pin fall)
BLACK METAL (EWF Heavyweight Champion) vs BRANDON GATSON
The YOUNG BUCKS/LIGER RIVERA vs DEVON WILLIS,ROGER RUIZ,FEDDY BRAVO
NAVAJO WARRIOR/SKULU vs THE PLAGUE/JOEY RYAN (w/ C.E. Vanderpyle).
JEREMY JAEGAR vs CHRIS KADILLAK for the EWF Cruiserwieght Title
TEREX vs DAN KOBRICK
THE CUTLER BROTHERS vs MIDNIGHT DYNAMITE
CANDICE LARAE/CARLA JADE vs MORGAN/ERICA D’ERICO
ADULTS ARE $15.00 each. KIDS are $7.00 each.(must be under 12 years old).
Location; The AWS Store;
January 10th 2009
401 Country Club LN
TICKETS: Tickets can be purchased at the door
– SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship
PLUS MUCH MORE!!!
Lumberjack Strap Match for SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship: “Radiant” Jason Redondo (c) with TNT vs. SoCal Crazy
Due to the aftermath of the SoCal Pro Heavyweight Title Match at “Redemption,” Commissioner Durwood Murray has signed a rematch putting Jason Redondo, current SoCal Pro Heavyweight Champion, facing SoCal Crazy, the challenger, in a Lumberjack Strap Match. The rules are simple for a Lumberjack Strap Match, as both Redondo and SoCal Crazy will select a group of wrestlers to surround the ring and the wrestlers for each respective side will be equipped with straps to ensure that neither Redondo nor SoCal attempt to leave the ring. SoCal Crazy would have entered “New Year’s Retribution ’09” as the new SoCal Pro Heavyweight Champion, but Scott Lost and Joey Ryan, The Elite members, had caused Redondo a disqualification in the match by interfering to attack SoCal Crazy.
Proceeding SoCal Crazy’s match against Redondo, Troy Stone, SoCal Pro Ring Announcer, had attempted to get comments from SoCal Crazy, but Stone was not able to get any comments since The Elite attacked SoCal Crazy in the parking lot. No other news has been announced about the incident with The Elite and SoCal Crazy, but the incident basically was about proving a point by showing that SoCal Crazy will never wear gold around his waist with The Elite being around in SoCal Pro. Can the Lumberjack Strap Match benefit SoCal Crazy in becoming the new SoCal Pro Heavyweight Champion, or will SoCal Pro fans have to see The Radiant One continue another year as being our “hero” and champion? On January 10, 2009, you can find out which wrestler will leave Oceanside with his arms raised and announced as heavyweight champion of SoCal Pro Wrestling.
Johnny Goodtime vs. “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce
Johnny Goodtime appears to be a problem for The Elite ever since the faction was formed at the “Untitled” show on August, 16, 2008 with Scott Lost and Adam Pearce helping their Elite member and current SoCal Pro Heavyweight Champion, Jason Redondo, retain the title. Months following Goodtime’s main event match for the SoCal Pro Heavyweight Title, he went on to face members of The Elite, Scott Lost and Joey Ryan in singles and tag team matches. Moving forward to “New Year’s Retribution ’09,” Goodtime will have an opportunity to face another member of The Elite and former two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Adam Pearce. SoCal Pro fans last saw Pearce defend the NWA World Heavyweight Title against the debuting Shane Haste on SoCal Pro’s October 11th show and Pearce once again was able to retain the famous 10 pounds of gold. Two weeks later in Mexico City, Mexico, Blue Demon Jr. defeated Pearce to become the new NWA World Heavyweight Champion.
Pearce still believes that he was screwed out of the NWA World Heavyweight Title in Blue Demon Jr.’s own backyard and Blue Demon Jr. does not deserve to be the champion. Pearce has a lot of frustration on his mind from losing the NWA World Heavyweight Title and he will be prepared to unleash angst on Goodtime at SoCal Pro’s upcoming show. Goodtime knows what Pearce is capable of doing in the ring to guarantee a victory and prove The Elite’s superiority over anyone in SoCal Pro. Can Johnny Goodtime take down the former two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion, or will Adam Pearce use Goodtime as a stepping-stone to reclaim gold?
SoCal Pro Tag Team Championship: Cool Imagery (Hector Canales and Ricky Mandel) (c) vs. Anchors Away (David E. Jones and Ryan Stone)
The 2008 feud between Cool Imagery and The Ballard Brothers came to end at “Redemption” with Cool Imagery making history by finally defeating The Ballard Brothers to become the first ever SoCal Pro Tag Team Champions. On Saturday, January 10, 2009, Cool Imagery will have the responsibility to defend their newly won titles against the petty officers of Anchors Away. The last time that SoCal Pro fans saw Anchors Away in tag team action was back on December 1, 2007, as Johnny Goodtime and Evan Jelik defeated the duo. Since then, Anchors Away have been actively wrestling for various promotions such as LLII, NWPW, and EWF until David E. Jones, Anchors Away member, was deployed out to sea for about 5 months. Due to Jones’ real life deployment in the navy, the team of Anchors Away was temporarily put on hold and Ryan Stone had to settle for being a wrestler in singles competition.
As a singles wrestler, Stone had his fair share of wins and losses, but he was more determined in getting back to being a tag team wrestler and possibly putting gold around his waist. Stone’s determination has become a reality and he will have an opportunity to capture the SoCal Pro Tag Team Titles alongside his tag team partner, David E. Jones, who recently returned from his naval deployment. 2009 will be a brand new year for everyone including Cool Imagery, the current SoCal Pro Tag Team Champions, and Anchors Away, who will be entering the Oceanside Boys and Girls Club as the challengers. Will Cool Imagery’s reign as SoCal Pro Tag Team Champions continue after “New Year’s Retribution” or will we see Anchors Away leave Oceanside announced as the new SoCal Pro Tag Team Champions? Find out at “New Year’s Retribution ’09” presented by SoCal Pro and the NWA.
Super Clash ’08 Rematch: “Rock ‘N’ Roll Rebel Soul” Johnny Yuma vs. Chimaera
Johnny Yuma and Chimaera’s first encounter against each other occurred at September’s “Super Clash” show with Chimaera upending the debuting Johnny Yuma. Following the two wrestlers’ match, Chimaera only made matters worse by displaying his new aggressive attitude with Yuma getting disrespected and spitted on. Yuma knows that this incident was all in the past, but he does not want to forgive and forget about all that Chimaera has done to him as well as Evan Jelik and Shane Haste these past months.
Yuma has already made a new year’s resolution or rather a new year’s retribution for 2009 and it will be to rock and roll over Chimaera. Commissioner Durwood Murray has approved Yuma’s rematch clause against Chimaera and the two wrestlers will once again find themselves on opposite sides of the squared circle to do battle. Can Johnny Yuma’s new year’s retribution be met by evening up the score with Chimaera, or will Chimaera kick off 2009 with another victory in order to become a top contender for the SoCal Pro Heavyweight Title?
The Ballard Brothers (Shane and Shannon Ballard) vs. Aerial Star and Locura
The Ballard Brothers will be looking forward to some serious retribution, as they will wrestle the newly formed team of Aerial Star and Locura in a tag team attraction. At the moment, The Ballard Brothers are not the team to be bothered since they lost the vacant SoCal Pro Tag Team Titles to Cool Imagery in a Best of 3 Series Challenge. The Ballard Brothers will have to start over again by defeating any tag team put before them in hopes of earning a number one contenders spot for the SoCal Pro Tag Team Titles. Aerial Star and Locura will have the important task in being The Ballard Brothers’ first opponents to start off the brand new year of 2009.
SoCal Pro fans have not seen Aerial Star and Locura wrestle as a tag team, but the SoCal Pro fans were able to see Aerial Star and Locura wrestle in singles competition on past SoCal Pro shows. Aerial Star made his SoCal Pro debut at “Collision Course II” when he defeated Matt Twizted and Locura was last seen at “Super Clash ’08” being defeated in a controversial manner by Anchors Away member, Ryan Stone. “New Year’s Retribution ’09” will be the first time that the SoCal Pro fans get to witness these two teams battle for a chance to compete against the SoCal Pro Tag Team Champions in the near future. Can the young high-flyers, Aerial Star and Locura, upset the veteran tag team, or will The Ballard Brothers gain retribution after suffering a huge tag team title loss in November?
NWA Southwest/ PWF
The night kicked off with a Battle Royal and winner would earn a spot in contention for the new NWA-SW/PWF Heavyweight belt next month. In the ring were Joey “The Mastiff” Armstrong, “Beautiful” Brice Payne, “Sexy” Shawn Sanders, Halo, Michael Faith, “First Generation Bad Ass” Rexx Reed, Maximus McGuirk and Southern Pitbull.
The rest of the night was a tournament with the winner also getting a shot at the new NWA-SW/PWF Heavyweight belt.
second match: “First Generation Bad Ass” Rexx Reed vs. Maximus McGuirk
third match: Southern Pitbull vs. Michael Faith
fourth match: “Beautiful” Brice Payne vs. “Sexy” Shawn Sanders
fifth match: Halo vs. Joey “The Mastiff” Armstrong
sixth match: Maximus McGuirk vs. Michael Faith
seventh match: Halo vs. “Sexy” Shawn Sanders
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final match: Halo vs. Michael Faith
winner: Michael Faith
NWA Pro/ Empire Wrestling Federation
Espiritu Infernal defeated “Overnight Celebrity” Roger Ruiz
Ray “Biggie Biggz” Murillo pinned Brandon Parker
Matt Jackson defeated Johnny Paradise in Round 2 of the Inland Title Series
Brandon Cutler pinned “Zero Gravity” Chris Kadillak
Nick Jackson defeated Cruiserweight Champion Jeremy Jaeger in Round 2 of the Inland Title Series
The Human Tornado defeated Devon Willis
EWF Heavyweight Champion Black Metal pinned Extreme Loco to retain his title
Ryan Taylor, Joey Ryan & Aiden Riley defeated EWF Tag Team Champions Famous For Fearless & Lucky O’Shea in an Intergender 6-Man Match
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NWA Liberty States Wrestling
RICKY O opened the show.
The Letter Man def. El Gato
Cousin Larry def. Alex Payne
The Logan Bros. def. Demanto & Andretti in a 5-star barn-burner which saw brawling all around the ring, synchronized tag team maneuvers from the Logans and several guard rails being tossed around amidst aerial outside spots! 5-STAR match which couldn’t be topped the rest of the night!!
Judas Young def. Kactus after a reverse decision
NWA Pro Promoter Dave Marquez was introduced to the capacity crowd and he interviewed NWA Liberty States TV CHAMP DANNY INFERNO (with
Samoan Warriors def. Davey Boy Bling & Justin Corino
Australian sensation Shane Haste (with Vanderpyle) lost to
DANNY INFERNO vs. KOKO B. WARE was the Main Event
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MANTHER & Matt Classic defeated The Sihra Brothers
Fast Freddy Funk pinned Johnny Obsession
Artemis Spencer defeated “Bomber” Nelson Creed by countout
Azeem The Dream pinned “Southern Comfort” Ray Brooks
ECCW HARDCORE CHAMPIONSHIP
HARDCORE TAG TEAM WARFARE
CJ Strongheart defeated Tony Baroni
Lumberjack Bubba & Junior defeated Untouchable Quality
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The Divine Prophet defeated “Dastardly” Danni Deeds
ECCW VANCOUVER ISLAND CHAMPIONSHIP
Prince Alladiin defeated “Wolverine” Alex Steel
ECCW HARDCORE CHAMPIONSHIP
MANTHER defeated Tony Baroni
ECCW returns to the Russian Community Centre in Vancouver on Saturday night, December 5th, featuring “Brilliant” Billy Suede defending the NWA Canadian junior heavyweight championship against Kyle O’Reilly in a 30-minute Ironman Match! The next day, ECCW holds its final SLAM Academy event of the year in Port Coquitlam! Tickets are on sale now here on ECCW.com and at all Vancouver ticket outlets! Don’t miss any of these shows!
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The New Year of 2009 is going to shape up to be the biggest MCPW in MCPW History. With 4 Events already scheduled, it is gearing up to be something huge.
January 10th [MCPW 2 Year Anniversary Show; Kalkaska, MI]
March 14th [MCPW Chainsaw Cup 2009; Roscommon, MI]
May 16th [MCPW Battle Ground III; Kalkaska, MI]
June 27th [MCPWâ<80><99>s Debut in Traverse City, MI]
-A few weeks ago at MCPW AfterMath, a NEW MCPW No Limits Champion was crowned in “Untouchable” Steve Amani, and after the match he hung a bloody Caden Ames. MCPW Officials have not been able to get ahold of Caden Ames in the past days, and therefore cannot confirm him for the MCPW 2 Year Anniversary Event on January 10th, if we hear of any updates, they will be posted.
-A New Chainsaw TV will be posted in the coming weeks with fallout from MCPW AfterMath as well as new announcements and matches! make sure to check www.MCPWRESTLING.com for more info!
-Look for matches to be announced for the MCPW 2 Year Anniversary Show on January 10th to be announced within the next two weeks here on www.MCPWRESTLING.com
NJPW, 11/27/08 (SXW)
1. Wataru Inoue & Koji Kanemoto beat Mitsuhide Hirasawa & Kazuchika Okada (12:27) when Kanemoto used an ankle hold on Okada.
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1. Jushin Thunder Liger & AKIRA beat Tiger Mask & Nobuo Yoshihashi (9:38) when AKIRA used a Musasabi press on Yoshihashi.
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1. Mitsuhide Hirasawa beat Nobuo Yoshihashi (7:13) with the Hira Bottom.
A new episode of NWA-IZW Impulse is online! Visit
Episode 24 includes:
Don’t miss a minute of the action in this episode of IZW Impulse!