NWA ANARCHY TV TAPING REPORT 10-4-08 by LARRY GOODMAN
NWA Anarchy crept another step closer to Fright Night â<80><99>08 with their taping at the NWA Arena in Cornelia Saturday night.
It was definitely a step in the ring direction. Things are coming into focus at precisely the right time for the big show. The crowd was bigger (175) and amped up compared to two weeks ago. This show was what it needed to be – good stories and just enough action in the ring. There wonâ<80><99>t be much trimming needed for TV.
NWA Anarchy owner, Jerry Palmer opened the show with the news that Griffin Campbell Palmer was home from the hospital and trying to work his way out of the lightweight division. They put some darling baby pics up on the big screen. The poor kid already looks like Jerry.
(1) Brodie Chase & Melissa Coates beat Bo Newsome & Crystal Rose in 7:59. Crowd was into Bo and Rose as the underdogs. Rose earned a return engagement, being that she was way over in her match at the last taping.Chase used intimidation tactics on young Newsome, and forced a tag to Rose. Chase sat her on the top turnbuckle. The crowd popped when she landed a spinkick to Chaseâ<80><99>s face. Coates womanhandled Rose. She used an elevated armbar. There was this revolting spot where Chase caressed Roseâ<80><99>s face with his cheek. Rose headbutted Chase in the groin and hot-tagged Newsome. Nice dropkicks by Bo. Rose came off Boâ<80><99>s shoulders with a huracanrana on Chase, but Coates planted Rose with The Facelift. Rose was done, but Chase insisted on making the pin.
Post-match: Palmer came out and again told Coates she didnâ<80><99>t have to put up with Chaseâ<80><99>s crap. Palmer said his number wasnâ<80><99>t hard to find. Palmer told Chase he was watching him.
On the WrestleVision we saw Talent & Money in a conversation with the Technicians. The audio was difficult to make out. Technicians gave their spot to Talent & Money. They were blown away by the Techniciansâ<80><99> overblown egos.
(2) Talent & Money (JT Talent & Drew Pendleton III) beat Hollywood Brunettes (Kyle Matthews & Andrews Alexander) in 6:42. The Dynamic Duo (Chad Parham & Seth Delay) came out to observe. Parham said they were there to drink their beverages and enjoy some rasslin. Parham was displeased that they had to endure a tag team turmoil match at Fright Night with a bunch of also rans, rather than being in the tag team title match. It was Brunettes double teaming Talent early. The heels started working on Alexanderâ<80><99>s taped up shoulder. Chants of â<80><9c>Andrewâ<80> here. Talent used a divorce court for a near fall. Off the hot tag, Matthews hiptossed Pendleton over the top and nailed Talent with his signature dropkick. That brought Parham up on the apron with his latte, which ended up all over Delay. But Matthews got distracted by the damage being done to Alexander on the outside. T & M hit a combo guillotine leg drop (Pendleton)/sideslam (Talent) and Talent pinned Matthews.
Parham and Delay were preparing to get revenge on Matthews with a stuff piledriver when New Wave (Derrick Driver & Steven Walters) made the save.
(3) Truitt Fields beat Chris Mayne to retain the NWA Anarchy Television Title in 7:13. The Reverend came out with Shaun Tempers, who was wearing a black dress shirt and black tie. Reverend said Tempers was there to provide insight to the commentary. He said Tempers might have learned a thing or two from him since (in a previous life) he was the greatest TV announcer to ever grace the building. This was good match when Mayne was selling. Thatâ<80><99>s definitely his strong suit. He could have been a premier enhancement guy back in the day. It started with power and strength domination by Fields. Mayne hit a hotshot move when Fields attempted to bring him into the ring the hardway. The match flattened out with Mayne on offense. His stuff wasnâ<80><99>t that impressive and he got too much of it. Mayne came off the top onto Fieldsâ<80><99> knee for a self-induced reverse atomic drop. Fields hit an overhead suplex in to the buckles, but Mayne got a foot over the ropes. Fields won it with an Oâ<80><99>Connor Roll.
Post-match: Mayne clubbed Fields from behind. While Fields was taking care of Mayne, Tempers scooped up the TV title belt and climbed into the ring. Expecting the worst, Fields flinched when he saw Tempers. But Tempers was all sweetness and light. He calmly placed the belt on the champâ<80><99>s shoulder and departed. Great stuff. Tempers is coming across as the real deal threat to take Fieldsâ<80><99> title.
(4) Big Time Playaz (Danny Matthews & Scott McKenzie) beat Texas Hitmen (Big Dogg & Skitzo) in 5:15. Not much heat for this. It reminded me of Wildside, when relative unknowns would come in and try to get over with their work. At the last taping, Tribal Nation had the advantage of working two hated heels (Dynamic Duo). They had a decent match, but not exceptional, and Anarchy is not a workrate crowd to begin with. Dogg has lost a tremendous amount of weight since he last appeared in Cornelia. Playaz were the faces. Matthews took the heat. McKenzie tried to hook the crowd on a â<80><9c>BTPâ<80> chant. They didnâ<80><99>t bite. Matthews landed on his feet of a backdrop to set up the hot tag. Finish was a combo (Matthews) Samoan Drop/(McKenzie) top rope corkscrew on Skitzo.
Jeff G. Bailey entered the ring with Kimo and cut one of those dark, disturbing promos that are his specialty. He said Kimo had unleashed the Korean martial art of Sun Kwan Do and the Six Finger Touch of Death on Ace Rockwell. Bailey said that was him being merciful, because if Kimo had used the Seven Pressure Points, Rockwell would be deceased, but that would have deprived them of the everlasting pleasure of seeing Rockwelâ<80><99>s torment as he vomited blood. Bailey said Kimo was bred as a warrior, a super soldier and was his unbeatable monster.
(5) Kimo (with Attorney Jeff G. Bailey) beat Slim J in 3:33. Outstanding stuff. Gutsy booking. They were willing to sacrifice a top babyface to take the new monster to a higher and more invincible level. J is so over it won’t hurt him, particularly given the current direction for his character. Both guys were awesome here. Jâ<80><99>s entrance got the biggest pop of the first hour. Jâ<80><99>s offense was totally ineffective. Kimo blocked and no sold his kicks. J tried for a huracanrana, but Kimo turned it into a hotshot. Kimo waved off Jâ<80><99>s missile dropkick attempt and pounded the bejeezus out of him. J locked in a triangle, but Kimo broke it with a running powerbomb in to the turnbuckles. J collapsed in a heap. Kimo propped J up and delivered the karate blow to the face for the pin. The crowd was in stunned silence.
Postmatch: Bailey took off his tie and it looked like a repeat of last weekâ<80><99>s Six Finger Touch of Death bloodbath was coming up. Ref Brent Wiley tried to stop it, and Kimo was ready to give him the Touch when Palmer came out surrounded by referees. Palmer said he didnâ<80><99>t want to get in Baileyâ<80><99>s business, but he drew the line at physical attacks on referees. Palmer threatened fines and suspensions. Bailey got Kimo under control. As the refs were dragging Jâ<80><99>s carcass out, Adrian Hawkins met them on the ramp. Hawkins knocked J to the floor and got in his face.
(6) Adrian Hawkins beat T.K. Cross in 9:13. I though this match helped both guys tremendously. Cross won the entire crowd over, not just the Bleacher Bums. Hawkins has become a despicable prick of a heel. Cross jumped out on top to score several near falls. Hawkins shook his head â<80><9c>no!â<80> as he was taking a body slam. Funny stuff. From the outside, Hawkins swept Crossâ<80><99> feet off the middle rope to drop him on his face. Hawkins was talking trash, addressing Cross like he was Slim J. To cap off a well-built comeback, Cross did this psychotic plunge over the top rope where he appeared to nose dive straight into the floor. A scary close call. When Cross got up from it, the crowd was 100% behind him. Finish saw Hawkins sling Cross of the apron into the ringsteps. That also looked brutal as hell. Hawkins rolled Cross back into the ring for the pin.
(7) Rob Adonis (with Jeremy Vain) beat Derrick Driver (with Steven Walters) in 7:55. Vain let Adonis take his place in the match, a move that got Vain all kinds of heat. Adonis appeared to have no answer to Driverâ<80><99>s aerial attack in the early going, but he managed to upend Driver and turn on the power game. Driver kicked out of a spinebuster. Surprising fire from Driver on the comeback. A flying bodypress by Driver brought Vain up to apron, but Walters was there to deck Vain. Adonis caught Driver coming off the top and hit his spinning suplex for the pin. After the match, Vain tried to jump Walters, but Walters beat him to the punch. Adonis intervened with his finisher on Walters. Vain made the ref raise their hands while they were standing over the champions holding the title belts.
â<80><9c>The Feature Presentationâ<80> Jeff Lewis returned from a one month hiatus. He pulled an Obama by agreeing with Don Matthews that they had different styles. Lewis said that was OK with him and he wanted to bury the hatchet. Matthews came out. Jay Clinton tried to jump Matthews. This ended up just like all the others times â<80>” with Clinton eating The Lariat from Hell. But Lewis gave Matthews a shot to the throat with one of those telescoping police batons. Matthews was out cold. Lewis posed over the body. I wasnâ<80><99>t big on this program when it first got off the ground, but after Matthewsâ<80><99> promo the last time and this segment, Iâ<80><99>m ready.
(8) Azrael (with The Reverend) beat Chip Day in 3:56. Match was almost exclusively striking, which worked really well because it was so different that the rest of the show. This was another good showing for Day, and any time Azrael is in a striking contest, that’s a good thing. Azrael, in basic black gear, took off his glove and lit up Dayâ<80><99>s chest bigtime. Day put Azrael down with a roundhouse kick to the head. Azrael put Dayâ<80><99>s lights out with a flying kick to the face.
The Reverend said the only thing that goes bump in the night around Anarchy is Devilâ<80><99>s Rejects. He said they exposed the fable of Mikal Judas as Mikal Adryan the last time.
Judas hit the ring – no makeup, no cloak and one hell of an impressive physique â<80>” the Reverend hit him with his staff. Judas goozled the Reverend and was attacked by Azrael and Iceberg. He was taking it to them 1 on 2, but eventually the odds were too much. Rejects gave Judas a stacked Ground Zero Splash. Shadow Jackson hit the ring and the place went up for grabs. Just as the Rejects were gaining the upper hand on Jackson, Judas popped up and the faces started cleaning house. The crowd was on fire, clearly ready to see Jackson and Judas combine forces. Two gibronis tried to break up the fight and took a double chokeslam from Judas. Jackson sent Iceberg out of the ring with a shoulder block. The pop was an earsplitter. The entire dressing room came out to separate the combatants.
A terrific way to end the show â<80>” with the crowd peaked and wanting more.
NOTES: Matches set for Fright Night on 11/1 include: Vain & Adonis vs. New Wave for the Anarchy Tag Team Titles, Tempers challenges Fields for the Anarchy TV Title, Slim J vs. Hawkins for the Young Lionâ<80><99>s Title, Coates (with Chase) vs. Daffney (with Palmer) and a Tag Team Turmoil with 6 teams to determine the number one contenders for the tag titlesâ<80>¦NWA Anarchy returns on 10/18 for their final pre-Fright Night show with Fields & Judas & Jackson vs. Azrael & Tempers & Iceberg and Parham & Delay vs. Hollywood Brunettesâ<80>¦Kimo, Bailey, Judas and Lewis all worked the Champions With Attitude show in Columbia on 10/3 with Ric Flair doing a VIP appearance. Bailey debuted by enticing Kimo to convert from the â<80><9c>Hawaiian Assassinâ<80> to the â<80><9c>Butcher of Pyongyangâ<80> that Anarchy fans know and loveâ<80>¦APW, which is something of a AAA farm club for Anarchy, has their big show, â<80><9c>Nightmare on Cherry Streetâ<80> set for October 24 in Royston.
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MATCH #1 JEFF LEWIS VS BO NEWSOME
NWA Anarchy TV Report by Ca$hFlowX
Message to all wrestlers who read this report, if you’re ever in the Twin Cities area or Omaha area, they have two awesome promotions: Arik Cannon’s F1rst Wrestling out of the Twin Cities and Pro Wrestling Phoenix at the Iowa National Guard Armory in Council Bluffs, Iowa (right across the Missouri from Omaha, NE and on two major interstates). They’re great promotions to work a show for especially the crowds.
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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, Adrian Hawkins won the inaugural Young Lions match, Sal Rinauro won a handicap hair match with relief from Ace Rockwell against his archnemesis Chad Parham & Seth Delay, and Delay suffered the worst haircut in NWA Arena history. The good thing Chad walked out with his hair and Seth looks good with no hair. Â¿Que, John Johnson? This week, former tag team champs Shaun Tempers & Azreal with Dan Wilson challenge the New Wave in a rematch. The main event pits the man who screwed Seth Delay faces NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion Iceberg.
1. Chris King defeated Tyler Smith w/Bob E & Todd Sexton via DQ.
– You know you’re a lowlife pregnant dog with the fans mercilessly chant “I quit” at you. Sexton calls King a quitter, and then points to several fans. He says he makes people quick. He promises to quit (retire) if the next person who comes through the entrance curtain quit. Well, someone answers Sexton’s call. Cue Mikael Judas’ music, the same man who retired Sexton back at the second episode of NWA Anarchy. Sexton cowers in the corner as Team Technician slithers to the floor.
2. “The Priest of Punishment” Mikael Judas destroyed and made “Yellow Bellied Coward” Todd Sexton his personal pregnant dog.
3. Truitt Fields & His Gardeners aka The Texas Treats (Don Juan & Chris Marval) vs. Sex, Talent & Money (Caleb Conley & JT Talent & Andrew Pendleton III).
4. The New Wave (Derrick Driver & Steven Walters) defeated the Devil’s Rejects (Shaun Tempers & Azreal) w/Dan Wilson & the Staff of Righteousness to become the #1 contenders to the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Titles.
5. Iceberg w/”the Reverend” Dan Wilson & the Staff of Righteousness pinned “the Man Who Screwed Seth Delay” Ace Rockwell to retain the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title.
2009 NWA Excellence Camp
On the weekend of March 20th, – March 22nd, 2009 NWA Anarchy Wrestling will have the honor of hosting it’s first ever NWA Excellence Camp.This event will be a weekend long training session administered and taught by 40 year vet, and former NWA World Tag Team & Junior Heavyweight Champion, as well as major backstage influence, promoter and famed broadcaster (who’s known for his work with NWA Hall of Famers Gordon Solie & Bob Caudle, the legendary Lance Russell & WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross), the esteemed Les Thatcher. Les is a man who was fortunate enough to be right on the cusp of NWA territorial wrestling during it’s hottest period. He worked directly under men like Bill Watts, Eddie Graham and Ole Anderson, who are widely regarded as some of the greatest minds to have ever been associated with our
Wrestling experience is preferred, but not absolutely required to attend. If you choose to attend, and have no prior experience, you will absolutely learn something. Please be advised, however, that this is intended to be an advanced class for experienced independent wrestlers, managers, referees, announcers and support staff. This course is a project, designed by Les Thatcher, Ricky Steamboat & Harley Race to help indy wrestlers take their game to the next level. Do you ever wonder why you can’t get better bookings? Do you want to know what the big leagues are looking for? Do you want to understand why the stars of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s were so successful? This is your opportunity to find out first hand, from a highly respected 40 year veteran of our sport in the arena that helped launch the careers of AJ Styles, Abyss, Consequences Creed, R-Truth Killings, Ray Gordy, Phil Shatter and more, exactly what it is you may be missing.
The cost for the entire weekend is only $75.00. That’s breaks down to only $25.00 per day for a training experience that you can’t put a price-tag on. The camp will take place at the NWA Arena, which is located at 4236 Level Grove Rd in Cornelia, GA 30531. There is a variety of economic lodging and food within just one mile of the arena, and we are currently negotiating with various local businesses for exclusive discount rates.
– Day one will kick off at 6:30 PM EST on Friday March 20th with an open forum Q & A session with Mr. Thatcher and will last until all questions have been answered. Saturday and Sunday will feature, all day, in ring, training sessions as well as match critiques from Les. Also, NWA Anarchy will be hosting it’s regularly scheduled television taping at 8PM on Saturday Match 21st featuring the long awaited return of Les Thatcher to an NWA announce booth, and all guests of the camp will be offered free admission to the event with VIP seating, as well as limited access to the backstage and production areas of the arena.
There will only be a limited number of available spots to ensure that the training is as beneficial for everyone as possible, so act fast. You may reserve your spot with a small $25 down payment by personal check, money order or online via paypal, with the remainder to be paid by the end of the year. For more info, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 423-355-3914
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn the true mastery of your craft!
NWA Anarchy Wrestling
Spoiler 2000 (w/ Charming Charles) def. Slam Shady for the vacant NWA Oklahoma Heavyweight Title
Blake Albright def. “The Vulture” Kenny Campbell (w/ X-Cal) by DQ when Mike DiBiase interfered
“The Shooter” Brent Albright def. NWA North American & NWA Texas Champion “The Legacy” Mike DiBiase by DQ when Kenny Campbell (w/ X-Cal) interfered
Blue Demon Jr. def. “Mr. Saturday Night” Michael Barry
NWA Midwest Tag Team Champions The Skullkrushers (Rasche Brown & Keith Walker) vs. NWA World Tag Team Champions Los Luchas (Phoenix Star & Zokre) ended in a Double DQ
The Albright Brothers (“The Shooter” Brent Albright & Blake Albright) def. “The Vulture” Kenny Campbell & NWA North American & NWA Texas Champion “The Legacy” Mike DiBiase (w/ X-Cal)
King V def. Rob Conway (w/ Max McGuirk)
NWA Southwest/ PWF
Match 1: “Dirty” Dice Murdock pinning NWA-SW/PWF newcomer Johnny Damage.
Match 2: BioHaxxxard besting another newcomer, Tattoo Freak,
Match 3 : Mike Savage victorious over Joey “The Mastiff” Armstrong.
Match 4: NWA SW/ PWF Texas Panhandle Title Match
The main event was round four in the best-of-seven series for the NWA-SW/PWF Brass Knuckles belt between current title holder Chuey Martinez and “The Hooligan” Austin Riley with fans supplying the weapons. With Riley getting the pin, the series stands at two each. Round five will be on Oct. 18 when the two have a Lucky 13 match in which they will use staple guns to attach one dollar bills to one another.
Saturday, former World of Wrestling Entertainment superstar Sam Houston will be in action at the WrestlePlex while his father and NWA Hall of Legends member Grizzly Smith will be meeting fans and signing autographs.
NWA-SW/Professional Wrestling Federation in action at 7:30 p.m., every Saturday at the WrestlePlex, 2650 Dumas Highway.
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NORTHCUTT WINS TEXAS TITLE
It was not the highly anticipated match between Mike Dibiase and Kevin Northcutt on October 4, as Dibiase had transportation issues that prevented him from making the NWA Showcase in Robstown, Texas.
NWA-SW commissioner Ken Taylor quickly declared the title vacated when advised, but still deliver a Texas title match as advertised. He took the highest NWA member contender in the building, which happened to be El Diablo Rojo, to face Northcutt.
The match lasted 10:56 minutes with Northcutt spurred on with constant chanting of “Whose Your Daddy” getting a rollup pin.
Taylor said it is unknown what is the next stage for the DiBiase-Northcutt feud, but that certainly will be forth coming soon.
Justin Andrews defeated Nick Cutler
“Bad Boy” Billy Bart defeated Guy Lombardo
Marc Houston defeated Devon Fury
Rob Ramer defeated Lash Gibson
Flash Flannigan defeated “Sexy” Shawn Cook
Marc Houston & Chase “The Face” Richards defeated Devon Fury & Kenny Courageous by disqualification
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NWA VIGINIA NEWS
NWA Great Championship Wrestling
Orion Bishop pinned Tex Monroe.
Bull Buchanan pinned John Slaughter.
GCW Tag Team Champions “That 80’s Guy” John Bogie & Kareem-Abdul Jamar defeated Ron Stalker & Joey Lightning.
Scotty Beach pinned Murder One.
Johnny Swinger beat Cru Jones by disqualification.
GCW Heavyweight Title Match
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Three weeks before Halloween Hell rocks Surrey, ECCW took the Russian Community Centre by storm and rocked the upcoming October 24th event to its very core! The biggest news is the crowning of new NWA/ECCW tag team champions, as “Bomber” Nelson Creed & “The Loose Cannon” Kenny Lush defeated Sid Sylum & Dropkick Murphy to take home their first tag team championship! The two teams battled throughout the Russian Community Centre and in and out of the ring, as NWA representative Mike Sweetser tried to regain control of the match. The Chill Town team used their teamwork to try to stop the challengers, who would not stay down, and, frustrated, Sylum leveled Sweetser from behind with a hard clothesline! With the referee down, Chill Town went to work, culminating in The Natural splattering Lush through a table with a huge splash! Lush battled back, and as injured referee Robert Mitchell resumed the match, Lush scored the pinfall on Dropkick to end Chill Town’s
The main event scene has been turned around as well, as Penni Lane & Rick The Weapon X scored the victory over Scotty Mac & Nicole Matthews… and lightning struck twice, as Penni pinned the NWA/ECCW Champion one-two-three in the center of the ring! As Scotty and Nicole retreated, their championships still held high, Mike Sweetser confronted them at the entranceway, and announced two major changes to Halloween Hell due to the Australian victory! First, Nicole Matthews will defend the SuperGirls championship against both Penni Lane and former champion Veronika Vice… in a triple threat falls count anywhere match, the first in SuperGirls history! And in one half of the double main event, Scotty Mac will now not only face three.. but four men, as Rick The Weapon X will join El Phantasmo, Memphis & Kyle O’Reilly inside the steel cage with the NWA/ECCW Championship on the line!
Scotty Mac attempted to fire the first shot in the steel cage warfare, as he and The Natural were a guest on MR2’s On The Runway. MR2 needled Scotty on how his brother Memphis had gotten in his head, and how he would take the NWA/ECCW Championship in the steel cage in Surrey! However, as Natural distracted MR2, Scotty set himself and took him down with a superkick! To add even more mayhem, Sid Sylum then came out with a steel chair, and executed his outlawed Tombstone piledriver onto the steel chair, rendering MR2 unconscious! As Chill Town celebrated, Memphis and ECCW officials scurried to the ring to assist the fallen MR2. MR2 was taken to a local Vancouver hospital, where he was diagnosed with a stiff neck and a concussion, as Chill Town again flaunted their lack of respect for ECCW wrestlers and officials! Has Scotty Mac now gotten to Memphis, and will the effects be seen in the steel cage at Halloween Hell?
The war between Cremator & Moondog Manson and Pop Culture took another turn for the worse in Vancouver, as thanks to interference from Ice, Cole Bishop defeated Cremator… but Moondog Manson exacted revenge by defeating Ice in an ECCW Hardcore championship defense! For once, the tables were turned on the Larger Than Life Superstar, as Cremator used the hardcore rules to interfere in the contest, spreading thumbtacks on the ring for Manson to powerbomb Ice onto for the victory! As Bishop helped a bloodied Ice to the back, Cremator screamed that it was not over between them.. because the next time that Ice and Cremator went one on one, it would be in a bodybag match – where the loser has to be stuffed in an airtight bodybag, and zipped up to the end!
NWA Canadian junior heavyweight champion “Brilliant” Billy Suede wanted a challenge in Vancouver, and he got it in “Southern Comfort” Ray Brooks.. but Suede was able to make shockingly quick work of the former ECCW Extreme Jobber champion, surprising him with a schoolboy rollup for the pinfall mere minutes into the contest! As Brooks complained to the referee, Suede demanded a new challenger… which was answered by “Dastardly” Danni Deeds! Deeds proved to be a match for Suede, coming ever so close to winning his first “real” championship in ECCW, but Suede’s skill was too much for him, as Sliced Bread #2 finished Deeds off for Suede’s second successful title defense! Not satisfied with victory, Suede began putting the boots to both Deeds and Brooks.. only to be run off by an angered Kyle O’Reilly, who was incensed at the lack of honor shown by the champion! O’Reilly is in the hunt for two championships, and he not only wants the NWA/ECCW Championship,
Suede’s alliance with Artemis Spencer was nearly strained in Vancouver, as Suede’s misfired interference nearly cost Spencer the match against CJ Strongheart, who took Spencer to the limit! In the end, though, Spencer pulled out the close victory.. but as he and Suede celebrated, NWA representative Mike Sweetser announced a surprising match for both – as at Halloween Hell, Billy Suede will defend the NWA Canadian junior heavyweight title against Artemis Spencer! Will there be honor among thieves, or will Spencer put his alliance with Suede aside to win his first major singles championship?
The Divine Prophet’s hold over the competitors in ECCW began stronger in Vancouver, as following Mike Dempsey’s successful return to ECCW with a victory over Prophet’s charge MANTHER, the Prophet was able to successfully sway Dempsey away from his friend Adam Silva and into his congregation! As Silva attempted to talk some sense into Dempsey, Dempsey spun and decked Silva with a punch to the mouth, ending their friendship and leaving with the Divine Prophet! Silva’s night would not get better, as his ill-advised open challenge in retaliation was answered by the powerful Synn, who made short and painful work of the ECCW rookie!
The Prophet’s work was not done, as his original disciple Matt Classic battered Memphis around the Vancouver ring.. but Memphis was able to pull out the victory, surprising Classic with the lungblower for the pinfall victory, avenging his elimination months ago in Battlebowl!
We are less than three weeks away from Halloween Hell, coming at you from the Bridgeview Hall in Surrey on Friday night, October 24th! A steel cage match.. a falls count anywhere match.. a Fans Bring The Weapons Match… a costume battle royal.. and a LOT more will be coming your way on October 24th! Tickets are on sale now here on ECCW.com and at all Surrey ticket outlets! Don’t miss it!