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NWA ANARCHY FRIGHT NIGHT REPORT by LARRY GOODMAN
November 1, 2008
Fright Night â<80><99>08, was the 10th rendition of an event that holds a special place in my wrestling heart. The 1999 version was the first big show I attended at the NWA Arena in Cornelia, and Iâ<80><99>ve only missed one (2007 when it took place a full month before Halloween).
It was a good show. Given what has gone before in Cornelia, it was no better than middle of the pack as far as major shows go. No doubt, there were some memorable moments. None of the matches were bad. What it lacked was the truly epic match that these shows are known for. At least in part, that was a natural consequence of phase they’re in with the booking. They blew a lot of stuff off at Hostile Environment three months ago at Hostile Environment. The new programs arenâ<80><99>t fully ripened yet. Thereâ<80><99>s a strong likelihood that Seasonâ<80><99>s Beating on 12/20 will be better.
Paid attendance was 210 for a gate of over $4000. I donâ<80><99>t have an attendance number from last year for comparison. Anarchy drew 235 for Hostile Environment â<80>~08.
Seated next to each other in the first row, was a guy in a McCain mask and another guy dressed as the Pope. There’s a message there. I’m just not sure what it is.
(1) Dynamic Duo (Chad Parham & Seth Delay) won a 6 tag team gauntlet match for to become the number one contenders for the NWA Anarchy tag titles in a total time of 20:14.
Each match would have a 5 minute time limit. Crowd was amped. It started with Chip Day & Caleb Konley vs. JT Talent & Andrew Pendleton. After a crash â<80>~n burn slingshot leg drop by Konley, the heels worked over his knee. Day took the hot tag and got a near fall on Talent with a standing moonsault. Talent came back to pin Day with an Orton style backbreaker at 4:54. Wild Bunch (Billy Buck & Chris King) were next. Immediate heat on King with the crowd behind him. King hit a tornado DDT on Pendelton and hot-tagged Buck. Buck unintentionally got dropped on his head, but got it together to superkick Talent for the pin at 3:50. The Technicians (Bob E & Tyler Smith) were entrant number four. Smith posted Buckâ<80><99>s shoulder and it was right to the heat again. Buck flapjacked Smith. Hot tag. Great fire from King. He hit a rocker dropper but no cover. Smith brought the bell into the ring for the DQ at 3 minutes. Technicians left Wild Bunch laying. The ref brigade came out to get Technicians out. Dynamic Duo were next. Perfect. Parham gave Buck a piledriver for the pin in 10 seconds. I picture variations of Wild Bunch vs. Dynamic Duo coming out it. Hollywood Brunettes (Andrew Alexander & Kyle Matthews) were the final team. It started with the Dynamic Ones as the cowering, bumbling heels. Brunettes hit topes in stereo. Finish saw Delay pull out his trusty brass knucks. Parham kicked out of a reverse roll up, and sending Matthews within Delay’s striking distance. Parham pinned Matthews for the win. Good opener. Very little dead time. It was laid out so each mini-match flowed smoothly into the action of the next one.
Bill Behrens did an inring interview with Alan Funk, who looked like Mr. Clean come to life. Behrens brought up the variety of personas Funk has assumed â<80>” Kwee Wee, The Funkster, Rainbow Express. Funk would break into a character, Behrens would laugh, and Funk would do the Dr. Jeckyl/Mr. Hyde thing and get mad at Behrens. They were dying out there. It was nothing these fans came to see. Behrens said Funk was coming in as a full-timer. He left 100% babyface. There was a spooky aspect to it, so at least it fit the Halloween theme.
(2) Truitt Fields pinned Shaun Tempers (with The Reverend) to retain the NWA Anarchy Television Title in 9 minutes.
Fields was more cut that ever, if thatâ<80><99>s humanly possible. They wrestled clean and traded holds in the opening minutes. The first key spot was Tempers sending Fields to the floor with a hotshot. Tempers in control until he missed a middle rope elbow drop. Tempers blocked the Killing Fields, so Fields switched to an overhead suplex. Both men down for a six count. They traded near falls. The crowd whipped up a â<80><9c>Truittâ<80> chant. They each blocked big moves. Tempers got a small package and Fields reversed it for the three count. Story-wise it was fine. I really liked the way the match opened, but there was something lacking towards the end.
Post-match: Tempers shook hands with Fields. Reverend gave Tempers the evil eye and walked away from him. Fans were supporting Tempers as he headed up the ramp.
(3) Daffney (with NWA Anarchy owner Jerry Palmer) pinned Brodie Chase (with Melissa Coates) in 6:16.
Some heavy duty soap opera in this one. This angle has made Chase into a heat magnet. He referred to Coates as â<80><9c>a delicious morsel of sexual goodness.” It was supposed to be Daffney vs. Coates, but Chase was taking this. Palmer raised the stakes. If Chase lost, no contact with Melissa for 30 days – â<80><9c>â<80>¦no texts, no My Space, no homing pigeons, boy.â<80> Palmer called him a jackass, and the fans picked right up on it. Chase said Coates was his property. They did not go over well with the women. Coates backed Daffney into the corner and sniffed her. She tried to wipe off the slime. Daffney slid through Chaseâ<80><99>s legs and popped the crowd with a pumphandle to the groin. Chase gave Daffney a gorilla press drop. He admonised ref Dee Byers for fast counting and refused to make the pin. Out of nowhere, Daffney headbutted Chase in the groin and got a near fall with a reverse DDT/elbow drop. Meanwhile, Palmer had Coates just about talked into walking out on Chase. Chase hit a sitout powerbomb, but saw Coates slipping out of his grasp, and grabbed her by the hair. Daffney rolled Chase up for the three count. Southern rasslin’ at its best.
Post-match: Chase decked Byers. Palmer said there was no touching officials in NWA Anarchy and added a 30 day suspension to Chaseâ<80><99>s woes. Fans sang the goodbye song to Chase.
Behrens displayed the bling that would symbolic of the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Championship. Instead of a belt, the champion would receive a medallion on a braided silver chain.
(4) Slim J beat Adrian Hawkins via submission to become the first Young Lionâ<80><99>s Champion in 10:45.
The biggest babyface pop of the first half was for Slimmyâ<80><99>s entrance. J was pounding on the evil Hawkins right out of the box, like this was going to be real fight. He did a huracanrana off the top and teased an Asai moonsault, but Hawkins pulled him off the apron, and they slugged it out on the floor. Back inside, Hawkins pulled the tights to send Jâ<80><99>s head into the turnbuckles. Hawkins zeroed in on Jâ<80><99>s neck. J exploded and got the Roach Clip, but Hawkins got a ropes break. They went back and forth with their trademark moves trying to finish. J got a near fall with his flying reverse DDT. He went for Anger Management, but Hawkins countered with Extreme Makeover and J kicked out. J used a suplex combo and went for the cross armbreaker, but Hawkins made the ropes. Hawkins tried to spear J, but he stepped aside and Hawkins landed on the floor. J followed with a corkscrew plancha to the outside. Back inside, J blocked the Liger Bomb. Back and forth pin attempts ensued. Hawkins hit the Liger Bomb for a long two count. Hawkins had J set up for the killer finisher he debuted at the last show, but J countered with a cross armbreaker and Hawkins tapped. This was the only match with a lot of big near falls. They were well executed, but I never got the feeling the crowd thought Hawkins could actually win.
(5) New Wave (Steven Walters & Derrick Driver) beat Jeremy Vain & Mr. Rob Adonis to retain the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Championship in 10:29.
Not technically bad, but dull and that almost never happened when Vain is involved. The Arena crowd has really cooled towards New Wave. It was obvious at the 10/18 show that fans were more fired up about Culture Shock as a babyface team. In any case, the crowd was dead for this match. Walters took heat. After a rally by Driver, New Wave had Vain set up for the Unskinny Bop, but Adonis derailed the move. The heels then went to work on Driver. Walters got the hot tag. Finish saw Adonis try a double chokeslam. New Wave escaped, knocked Adonis out of the ring and pinned Vain with the Unskinny Bop.
The postmatch saved it to some extent. Vain berated Adonis, who appeared to have reached his limit with Vainâ<80><99>s crap. The crowd was pleading with Adonis to let Vain have it. Vain got on his knees like he was having chest pains and shortness of breath. They made up, at least for the moment, much to the fansâ<80><99> disappointment.
Don Matthews called out Jeff Lewis for an impromptu match. Lewisâ<80><99> music played. Jay Clinton came out instead. Clinton said Lewis had better things to do, so Matthews could have â<80><9c>The All Starâ<80>, and have him Matthews did. Clinton tried to forestall the inevitable, but in the end, Matthew decapitated him with The Lariat. Matthews then did Lewisâ<80><99> arrogant pose over Clintonâ<80><99>s carcass. Entertaining for what it was.
(6) Ace Rockwell defeated Kimo (with Jeff G. Bailey) in â<80><9c>The Five Minutes of Hellâ<80> match by surviving the five minute time limit.
The most intense five minutes of the show. They had a time clock counting down on the big screen. Rockwell tried a series of leg kicks. Bailey yelled something in Korean, and Kimo took over. Outside the ring, Rockwell moved and Kimo chopped the post. Ace went after the hand. Kimo had to pop his finger back into place. Back inside, Rockwell potatoed Kimoâ<80><99>s head with stiff shots, driving â<80><9c>The Butcher of Pyongyangâ<80> to his knees. It looked like Kimo was going down face first, but he rose up with fire in his eyes. Rockwell hit his patented finisher, the Aces High, and Kimo kicked out at one. Kimo caught Rockwell coming off the top and put him in the Information Extractor (crossface variation). Rockwell hung on until the time limit expired. Kimo refused to break the hold. Three security guys hit the ring. Kimo laid them all out and killed the biggest guy dead with his martial arts chop to the neck. Great stuff. My favorite match of the show.
They did a Halloween contest during a second intermission to set up the poles for the Trick or Treat match. A little girl dressed like a 60s housewife was the winner over the Pope, McCain, King of the Bleachers, a gangster and a banana.
(7) Mikal Judas & Shadow Jackson beat Devilâ<80><99>s Rejects (Iceberg & Azrael) with The Reverend) in 13:43.
Bags were mounted on poles in each corner. Two contained useless â<80><9c>tricksâ<80> and two had â<80><9c>treatsâ<80> â<80>” i.e. weapons. The crowd had clearly saved up for this match. Judas and Jackson were greeted with explosive pops. Wild action. All four went at it Texas Tornado style. The first bag ended up in the hands of the Reverend. He reached inside and let out a blood curdling scream. His hand emerged from the bag with a mouse trap on his thumb. Azrael had to save the Reverend from the wrath of Judas. Jackson got bag number two. Inside, was a pumpkin, which Jackson smashed over Icebergâ<80><99>s head. Judas brought a coffin to ringside.
He wedged Azraelâ<80><99>s head under the lid and whacked the coffin with chair. The crowd cranked up the â<80><9c>Shadowmaniaâ<80> chants. Iceberg fell off the ropes going for bag #3. It looked unplanned. There was a bottle of baby powder inside, but it was sealed, and Iceberg had a devil of a time with it. Azrael sold a cloud of powder that missed him by a good three feet. So a trick turned out to be a better weapon than the treat. Or was the powder a trick? Azrael brought a table into the ring. Iceberg speared Jackson through the table. That looked sick. Jackson kicked out for a great near fall. In one of the most memorable and awesome spots of this or any other Fright Night, Judas gave Iceberg El Crucifijo (crucifix powerbomb). He took two steps with a 400 pound man on his back and tossed him. Azrael broke up the pin. Bag #4 contained handcuffs. Iceberg handcuffed Judas to the turnbuckle. Meanwhile, Jackson laid Azrael to rest inside the coffin. Judas somehow ended up with a wrench. Iceberg bled heavily after Judas clocked him with the wrench. Judas used the wrench to unscrew the turnbuckle. As Iceberg was preparing to finish Jackson, Judas nailed him with the cuff. Jackson hit the 1031 and they both piled on for the pin. Some memorable spots but not a classic of the genre, and there have been more than a few of those in this building.
The lights went out. When they came back on, a masked man was standing over the bodies of Judas and Jackson. Off came the mask to reveal Shatter. He picked up the Anarchy heavyweight title belt and dropped it on the coffin. Judas and Iceberg stared in disbelief. Bailey ran out to embrace â<80><9c>The Universal Soldier.â<80>
NOTES: NWA Anarchy returns with a Christmas charity show on 11/29 and a television taping on 12/6â<80>¦During the interview segment, Funk said he was fully recovered from the serious injury he suffered (in 2003 when an errant split-legged moonsault basically crushed his face), but he still had six plates in his face and no hearing in one earâ<80>¦Kareem Abdul Jamar is booked for IWA Mid-South shows in Midlothian, IL on 11/29-30â<80>¦Shatter will be back for the short term. Heâ<80><99>s working indies with the blessing of WWE until there is a spot for him in FCW.
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MATCH #1 NWA ELITE IN RING
BIG VISION ENTERTAINMENT LAUNCHES NEW WRESTLING SHOW WITH THE NATIONAL WRESTLING ALLIANCE (NWAâ”¢)
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 30, 2008 â<80>“Big Vision Entertainment, a leading independent licensee, production company and DVD label for special interest programming announced today the plans to reclaim the glory for the legendary wrestling brand of the National Wrestling AllianceÃ<86> (NWAâ”¢) via a new series to be taped out of the historic Columbia Square Studios on Sunset Boulevard in the heart of Hollywood, CA.
â<80><9c>The ‘Showcase’ was a great first step in getting our talent ready for television and the best thing we could have done is gone dark for a while.â<80> said NWA Executive Director Robert K. Trobich. â<80><9c>Our new show ‘NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood’ will continue to highlight some of the great talent you have already been introduced to while creating an opportunity for us to expand and be in the middle of the entertainment industry.â<80>
NWA Mexico 10/25 â<80>” Centro Banamex de Mexico City
1. Arkanos & Hermano Muerte II fought J.A. & Okawa to a 15:00 draw.
NWA Main Event – ION episode 29
Jason James and Tyler Clemmons opened from behind a desk with an update on the situation between J.P. Lightning and Chris Cane. James said Lightning had been advised not to wrestle and instructed to obtain another doctorâ<80><99>s release. They cut to clips of Cane dropping Lightning on his head with a pair of piledrivers two weeks ago and refusing to break the STF last week until Lightningâ<80><99>s girlfriend threw in the towel. They showed them out of order, but what the hell, it got the point across.
Tennessee Homecoming 2008 at the Nashville Fairgrounds Sports Arena on Thanksgiving Night. Be there!
1â<80>“SHANE SMALLS vs. BRYAN CASEY
Smalls abandoned a straight chain wrestling approach with a pair of shoulder tackles, pouncing with quick covers after each. Casey was ready for it the third time and caught Smalls in a drop toe hold. Smalls bumped big for a flurry of offense from Casey and scrambling to the outside for a TO. Moments later, Smalls slipped out of Caseyâ<80><99>s spinning headscissors to take control. Smalls hit a suplex slam. More covers ensued with Clemmons noting Smallsâ<80><99> mounting frustration level since losing the Mid-America TV Title. Smalls hit two back suplexes and a double stomp to the back for another near fall. Smalls destroyed Caseyâ<80><99>s back, but Hardaway was hanging in there. Casey got a glimmer of hope with a twisting crossbody off the middle rope. Smalls kicked out and CREAMED Casey with clothesline. Smalls ended the torture with a moonsault.
Winner: Shane Smalls with a moonsault in 7 minutes. I think Smalls got the most out of Casey here. This was a super effective push for Smalls as a title contender. Smalls looked razor sharp in a decisive win. The other key thing was they way he was portrayed on commentary â<80>” deadly serious with the killer instincts of a champion, as opposed to making him the butt of joke like last week.
Promo by Smalls stating he was the top athlete in the NWA, and deserved a title shot at Steve-O. â<80><9c>Two fluke victories, thatâ<80><99>s all they were. Review the tapes.â<80> Smalls said his physical dissection of Casey proved his was worthy of having HIS belt back. Smalls said Oâ<80><99>s luck was about to change.
2 â<80>” “Colossal” CHRIS CANE vs. BILLY HARDWAY
The commentators said Cane had crossed the line with Lightning and it had gotten way personal. They hammered home the point that Lightning was out of commission. Hardway used a pair of Japanese armdrags. Cane begged off, only to poke Hardway in the eyes and kick him in the knee. James confirmed that the girl, who jumped to Lightningâ<80><99>s defense last week was indeed his fiancÃ©e, Scarlett Rose. James said he grew up with Cane â<80><9c>and he makes me sick now.â<80> Hardaway tenaciously worked an armbar, until Cane yanked him off the ropes and dropkicked his knee in midair. Cane was all over Hardwayâ<80><99>s knee. He used an Indian deathlock and switched to a trailer hitch type maneuver. Tried to at least. Cane got distracted and Hardway clocked him with an enzuigiri. As Hardway made a one-legged comeback, sure enough, there was Lightning at ringside. He was in a neck brace and Scarlett was trying to hold him back. Lightning got up on the apron. Cane guillotined Lightningâ<80><99>s neck off the top rope, leaving him in a crumpled heap at ringside. â<80><9c>The neck. Once again, Jason, the neck.â<80> Scarlett tripped Cane to distract him and he got rolled up. Cane threw a tantrum.
Winner: Hardway in 6:22 after interference by Scarlett Rose. I thought the storytelling aspects of this match were outstanding: another brutal dissection by the evil Cane, leading to more torment for the never-say-die babyface, only to be fall victim to the good guyâ<80><99>s girlfriend.
Cane was livid in his promo. He was done with Lightning, dropped him on his head, stretched his neck, and put him in a neck brace. â<80><9c>And here you come hopping your gimpy little butt to the ring.â<80> Cane warned Lightningâ<80><99>s girlfriend about sticking her nose where it didnâ<80><99>t belong.
JP, you keep her out of my business, or Iâ<80><99>m going to make her my business.
Cut to Scotty Barry with Lightning and Scarlett. Barry asked him what he was doing there, since he was clearly in no condition to wrestle. Lightning said he was there to prove his career was not over. Barry informed Lightning of Caneâ<80><99>s threat towards his woman. â<80><9c>Iâ<80><99>ve got this,â<80> she said. Lightning said no way. Caneâ<80><99>s fight was with him, and he better not dare to lay a hand on her.
3 â<80>” TV Title Number One Contenderâ<80><99>s Match: â<80><9c>Meanâ<80> MIKE WOODS vs. SHANK â<80><9c>The Freakâ<80> BARZINI (with â<80><9c>Solomon Kingâ<80> Walt Barzini)
Woods was having his way with Shank, as he used his size advantage to overpower â<80><9c>The Freakâ<80>. Uncle Walt tripped up Woods, and Shank kicked him in the ribs. Shank jackhammered Woodsâ<80><99> with punches to the head. Shank paused to shake off the punishment he had absorbed before launching a relentless attack on the ribs. James said he had never seen Woods manhandled like this. Wood fired back with some killer chops, but Shank took Woods down and started in on his back, using a classic camel clutch. Woods made a heavy fisted comeback, but Shank ducked a clothesline and hit a flying clothesline of his own. While Walt distracted referee Jamie Ferrari, Shank grabbed Waltâ<80><99>s briefcase. Big swing and a miss. Woods punched the briefcase into Shankâ<80><99>s head. Down goes Shank. Ferrari saw Woods holding the evidence and DQed him. Woods threatened to slug Ferrari. They cut to a close up showing the smashed up briefcase.
Winner: Barzini via DQ at 6:15 due to Woods getting caught using the briefcase. Great focused intensity from Freak. This was the best heâ<80><99>s looked in NWA Main Event. It was also the best performance from Woods during this current run.
Back-to-back promos from Woods and the Barzinis. Woods was pissed that Shank cost him a TV title shot.
Iâ<80><99>m the man with the eyes without a face. Try and try your whole life long, Shank, these eyes you cannot replace. You will not leave with that belt. If you do, it will be over MYâ<80>¦DEADâ<80>¦BODY.
Walt reminisced about finding Shank in a cage with people paying admission to see him because he heard the voices. Walt said he was hearing the voices, too, and they were saying the people thought they were a joke. Freak lived up to his name â<80>” a voice like gravel, grunting and laughing and banging his head.
By the time I get done with Steve-O, youâ<80><99>re going to respect Walt, fear me, and no one is going to be laughing.
We returned from the commercial break to see Ali Stevens wipe out Snake Jones, Charming Charles and Little Booger with a slingshot crossbody. Clemmons explained that Snakeâ<80><99>s scheduled opponent, Chris Phoenix, was called away on a family emergency. Stevens and Snake traded ugly blows at ringside. Ref Mark Owens was breathing down their necks. Jones shoved him, as did Stevens, then they double punched him. At that point, Owens waved off the match. This was out of control. Stevens sent Charles and Booger sprawling again by instigating a three way collision with Snake.
Promo by Jeff Daniels and Christopher Starr (with Dominique). Daniels, the epitome of overconfidence, said he had one of the baddest men walking as his partner. Starr said the only things that shined brighter than Chistopher Starr were Daniels and the title belt. Starr said he was there to make sure the belt stayed on Daniels. Yo, Chris. Itâ<80><99>s a tag match.
4- JEFF DANIELS & CHRISTOPHER STARR (with Dominique) vs. STEVE-O & â<80><9c>Playboyâ<80> SCOTT HAYES
Winner: O & Hayes when Hayes pinned Starr in 10 minutes of TV time. Just OK. Daniels plays the bottom feeding heel about as well as anyone. Starr didnâ<80><99>t distinguish himself. He did the job. I could see no reason to bring him back. O didnâ<80><99>t look like the same guy that did those singles matches with Smalls. I think that has something to do with Smalls.
Analysis/Random Thoughts: There was more energy put into getting the midcard stuff over than whatâ<80><99>s on top. In this instance, thatâ<80><99>s a good thing. Daniels has gotten plenty of face time lately. Long run, itâ<80><99>s wise to see who and what they can elevate. Cane/Lightning is the deal. The two tiny guys have the best program. Barzini/Woods had gotten way more interesting than I expected. Woods make a great opponent for Barzini. Both of their promos were top notch. The one by the Barziniâ<80><99>s was particularly twistedâ<80>¦ Theyâ<80><99>re doing a stellar job with the handling of Smallsâ<80><99> push. Itâ<80><99>s tricky business booking a heel with such a stellar work rateâ<80>¦The psychology in NWA ME matches has become very solid with focused attacks on body parts in almost every match. Another lackluster crowd of around 50 isnâ<80><99>t helping their causeâ<80>¦The Jones/Stevens stuff was bizarre as usual, and I dare say better than anything Snake vs. Phoenix had to offerâ<80>¦They eased up on the Ferrari family collusion theory this week. Drama like that deserves a slow buildâ<80>¦Main Event isnâ<80><99>t blessed with a deep crew right now. Theyâ<80><99>re getting about the most out of the talent at their disposal. Thereâ<80><99>s something to be said for that.
NWA LIBERTY STATES
At the start of the show
There was a Four Way Frenzy involving Mike Dempsey, Todd Quality and 2 others but I was outside on the phone anyone else know about this please share
Artemis Spencer defeated CJ Stronghart
Cole Bishop defeated El Pahntasmo with the help of Pop Culture team mate Ice
Azeem the Dream defeated Penni Lane in a good match. After a Super kick Azeem refused to keep Penni down for a 3 count and pulled her up on 2 bringing in Rick the Weapon X which created a brief distraction for Azeem but Azeem was able to pull out a win with a spine buster on Penni.
In a shocker Ice defeated Cremator in the body bag match after Ice took a good beating at the hands of Cremator
Memphis Raines retained the ECCW Championship against Rick the Weapon X in a great match
Kenny Lush and Bomber Creed defeated Chilltown’s Sylum and Dropkick Murphy in a fantastic match. After the match Azeem nailed Lush with a chair Bomber was handcuffed to the ropes while Sylum tombstoned Lush on a chair. El Phantasmo came out to help make a save and ended up hitting The Natural with a good chair shot. Great night of action thank you ECCW!
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1. BRIAN SKYLINE/RYAN EPIC DEFEAT BRUTUS DYLAN/RYAN RAGE TO RETAIN THE NWA UNDERGROUND TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
2. JAKE OMEN DEFEATED TRAVIS VANDETTA
3.SUAN TYLERSTEIN DEFEATED NICK CUTLER
4.BUFF/ZANE DEFEATED SIMPLY DYNAMITE
5.EL BLUE ENFERNO DEFEATED HARDCORE HARRY AND AGUILLO DE ORO IN HARDCORE MATCH
6.3 WAY #1 CONTENDER SHIP FOR MAYHEM TITLE. TO BE USED ANYTIME WISH. AMANI DEFEATED ANDREW PHELPS AND SCOTTY YOUNG.
7.MAYHEM TITLE MATCH: KENNY KAGE DEFEATED STEVEN DROCHNER. STIPULATION DROCHNER DIMINISHED TO RING CREW IF LOST. AS HE LOST AMANI CAME IN AND THEN PINNED KAGE FOR THE MAYHEM TITLE.
8.ANGEL DUST DEFEATED SASSY STEPHIE
9. NWA UNDERGROUND HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
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NWA Pro/ Impact Zone Wrestling
For a very special NWA-IZW event to benefit young Trey Lane.
MATCH ONE: Skull & Bones defeated Lucha Reigns & Mike G.
MATCH TWO: Up next, Fearless Jack Bull pinned Dean
MATCH THREE: Beth Sassi beat Erica D’Erico with a sunset
MATCH FOUR: IZW Impulse champion The Great Ryan Lynch
MAIN EVENT: The Tyler Empire & Nick The Fury DeMichael
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The NWA’s Northeast flagship TV “NWA ON-FIRE” returns to Maine
UPCOMING NWA ON-FIRE TV TAPINGS:
NOV 7TH ROCKLAND, MAINE w/ KOKO B. WARE
NOV 8TH MEXICO, MAINE w/ KOKO B. WARE
NOV 28TH NEWARK, NEW JERSEY
NOV 29TH HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ
DEC 5TH SPRINGVALE, MAINE
DEC 6TH MEDWAY, MAINE
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Saber Cat pinned Doink.
El Peluche pinned Disco Machine.
“The New York Knockout” Nikki pinned Erica D’Erico.
Awesome Andy pinned Nathan Sinn.
Fearless Jack Bull pinned Dean Radford.
The Navajo Warrior & “Hawaiian Lion” John Williams
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NWA Pro/ Empire Wrestling Federation
“Zero Gravity” Chris Kadillak defeated Chase Patrick & “Overnight Celebrity” Roger Ruiz in a Triple Threat Match
EWF Cruiserweight Champion Jeremy Jaeger defeated Shane Haste to retain his title
Anchors Away defeated Rock of Love
Joey Ryan defeated Liger Rivera
TJ Perkins defeated Johnny Paradise
EWF American Champion Ryan Taylor defeated “Slick” Nick Jackson by submission to retain his title
Terex won the Inland Title Series Battle Royal
EWF Heavyweight Champion Black Metal wrestled Brandon Gatson to a Double Countout
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Dwayne Tenney defeats Prowler 1
Gene Madrid & Ritchie Acevedo Defeat Scotty Mckeever & Spoiler
TR Superstar defeats Damon Rite
Johnny Blast & Jason Kincaid defeat JC Dykes & Dwayne Tenney
NWA Mountain State TV Title Match
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JC Dykes wins against Prowler II
Ritchie Acevedo wins against Damon Rite
NWA-MSW Heavyweight Title Match
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NWA Southwest/ PWF
Match 1: Halo vs. Joey Armstrong
Match 2: Halo vs. Dice Murdoch
Match 3: NWA Texas Jr Heavyweight Champ Cody Jones vs. Austin Riley
Match 4: Rexx Reed & BioHaxxxard vs. Michael Faith & Southern Pitbull
Match 5: Ms. Ama Slamma vs. Pinky Mingo in a pool of chocolate pudding
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With one day of G1 Tag League group stage matches to go, still only Makabe & Yano are guaranteed a place in the semis as Block B winners. Block A is a three horse race between Nakamura & Goto, TenKoji, and Bernard & Fuller, while joining Makabe & Yano to advance from Block B will be either Jado & Gedo or Nakanishi & Yoshie, the latter team having squashed NO LIMIT’s chances of a heroic semi final place today, the third packed house in a row on a very successful tour for New Japan.
1. Super Strong Machine, Jushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask & Kazuchika Okada beat Wataru Inoue, Koji Kanemoto, Ryusuke Taguchi & Nobuo Yoshihashi (11:40) when Tiger used a chickenwing facelock on Yoshihashi.
#1 Contender’s Match
Tag Team Match
Plus Much More with: “All Nite” ADAM RENOLDS, HARDCORE HARRY, “Team Make or Break” KENNY KAGE, RYAN EPIC & JACK VERVILLE, JAMES DILLINGER & MORE!!!
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ICW/NWA MIDWEST 11-21-08 MILWAUKEE, WI
Ryan Rogue Vs Silas Young (c)
Troy Walters Vs Jason Hades
Dysfunction and Bobby V Vs The Mccoys
Mason W Quinn Vs “Hitman” Dave Demone and Jason Riley
TWIII Vs Derek St Holmes
Jayson Cash,The Jackal and Steve Stone Vs Mase Morgan,Kody Rice and Calvin Cash!!
“Redneck” Chet Boyett Vs “Simply Amazing” Justin Dredd
Jason Dukes Vs Billy Goates Vs Dustin The DVD Guy
“ICW is presnted by NWA Midwest and The National Wrestling Alliance”