NWA Notes For 9-15-08

Bill Behrens


BILL BEHRENS NWA NOTES for 9-15-08

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NWA ANARCHY TV TAPING 9-20-08

NWA ARENA CORNELIA, GA 8PM

TECHNICIANS VS HOLLYWOOD BRUNETTES

SHAWN TEMPERS w/THE REV VS SAL RINAURO

YOUNG LIONS MEGA RUMBLE

(DETERMINS WHICH TWO WRESTLE FOR THE TITLE)

(ELIMINATION BY PINFALL, SUBMISSION or OVER THE TOP)

With SLIM J, CHIP DAY, BO NEWSOME, TK KROSS, ADRIAN HAWKINS & more

ICEBERG & AZRAEL w/THE REV VS SHADOW JACKSON & MIKAL JUDAS

Plus:

CHAD PARHAM & SETH DELAY

TV CHAMPION, TRUITT FIELDS

ANARCHY TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS, THE NEW WAVE

JERRY PALMER

BRODY CHASE

DON MATTHEWS

JEREMY VAIN & ROB ADONIS

KIMO & JEFF G BAILEY

ACE ROCKWELL

And much more!!!!!

NWA ANARCHY TV EPS #135 ONLINW NOW at www.nwaanarchy.net/online.html

SHOW #465-135 (HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT HIGHLIGHTS)

MATCH #1 NEW |WAVE VS PARHAM & DELAY

MATCH #2 JERRY PALMER IN RING

MATCH #3 BRODY CHASE VS DON MATTHEWS

MATCH #4 TODD SEXTON VS ACE ROCKWELL

MATCH #5 10 MAN TAG â<80>” JEREMY VAIN IN RING

MATCH #6 JEREMY VAIN VS MIKAL JUDAS

MATCH #7 TRUITT FIELDS VS HAYDEN YOUNG (FULL MATCH)

MATCH #8 DEVILS REJECTS PROMO, REJECTS PROMO

MATCH #9 DEVILS REJECTS VS NWA ELITE

MATCH #10 KONKRETE GORILLAS INT

MATCH #11 WAR GAMES HIGHLIGHTS

NWA Anarchy TV Report by Ca$hFlowX

Episode 134

September 8, 2008

WRESTLING: (n.) â<80><99>res-ling A sport of contest in which two individuals face off in unarmed combat.

ANARCHY: (n.) an-ar-key (1) A state of lawlessness due to absence of authority. (2) A complete lack of order.

What happens when you mix the two together? NWA-Anarchy!

– Welcome to NWA Anarchy Wrestling, this is PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING~! We are just one week away from Hostile Environment where the annual War Games are held. Last week on NWA Anarchy, Sal Rinauro stepped into the ring to face Seth Delay and received a merciless thrashing from Chad Parham via two piledrivers and dreaded spike piledriver until Jerry Palmer made the save. As a result, Rinauro will miss Hostile Environment. Phil Shatter defeated Azreal in a “Now or Never” match and NWA Elite disposed of the Devil’s Rejects when Abomination reappeared. Dan Wilson subsequently accepted Jeff G. Bailey’s challenge to defend the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight & Tag Titles in a six-man tag. The match has one major stipulation: if the NWA Elite fail to capture gold, then they will never receive a title shot as long as the belt stays around the Rejects’ waists. This week, Jeremy Vain receives the opportunity of a lifetime to face the “Cowardly Priest” Mikael Judas. I’m personally wondering what the Minister of Punishment thinks about Johnson’s accusation. Finally, Shadow Jackson faces Nemesis with “the Airborne Gorilla” Jay Fury banned from ringside. Do you believe that the Konkrete Gorillas will abide by the rules?

1. Sex & Talent (“the Obsession” Caleb Conley & JT Talent) & “Power Puff” Adrian Hawkins w/Andrew Pendleton III defeated Chip Day & Bo Newsome & Malachi.

There’s nothing wrong in kicking off first half or second half of a television taping with lower to mid-card talent. STM takes over by dumping Newsome on the top turnbuckle during a head scissors takedown attempt. Newsome hits Mortis’/Kanyon’s Flatliner on Talent to set up the hot tag. This match quickly devolves and Hawkins cleanly pins Day with a fireman’s carry implant. Afterwards, STM & Hawkins lay the smack down on their opponents until Jay Clinton joins the fray. Clinton, who randomly walks into the ring, steals Newsome in the jaw and performs his best Jeff Jarrett/Jackie Fargo strut. This leads to the Hollywood Blondes make the save and Clinton alone in the ring with them. Clinton challenges the Brunettes to a fight and loses in a fistfight.

2. The New Wave (Derrick Driver & Steven Walters) defeated The Technicians (Bob E & Tyler Smith) w/”the Original Bald Headed Jerk & Technicolor Challenged” Todd Sexton.

Todd Sexton has a message for the fans: the last time you saw Ace Rockwell is the last time you saw him. Why? Because Sexton reunited the Rockwells by sending Ace to a bed right beside his brother in the hospital. Now Ace has the excuse to quit again and his men will dispose of the New Flavor of the Month. (Did you get the impression Sexton forgot what he was supposed to say towards the end?) After commercial, the action quickly breaks down with the Technicians suffering a midair collision and on the crashing end of dueling Asia moonsault. Who are you to doubt the power of Ultimo Dragon? Sexton heads over to console his bumbling like drunks protégées. After second commercial, the New Wave perform nice double team tactics until Sexton staggers Driver with a kick and Smith connects with a chop block. Driver sends Smith over the top rope with his good leg to set up a hot tag, but Bob E prevents any damage via a chop block. Stevens finally receives the hot tag despite Bob E chop blocking Walters a third time. The Technicians tried to Warren G with the Regulator, but Driver pulled the top rope down thus causing Bob E to crash to the arena floor. This allows Walters the opportunity to roll up Smith for the victory. Afterwards, Sexton continues to inflict damage on Walters’ knee. The Wild Bunch makes the save when Sexton tries to break Walters’ leg with a chair shot. Alas, the Bald Headed Jerk & the Technicians believe they have the last laugh, but Ace Rockwell has other ideas. Everyone heads back to the locker room as we roll to an awesome commercial.

The only triple crown winner in NWA Anarchy history apologizes for being late and was in the back talking to NWA Anarchy Owner Jerry Palmer and Bill Behrens. Before Ace becomes the bearer of bad news for Todd by agreeing with a rabid fan that Todd is washed up. Sexton loves to take advantage of professional wrestlers when they’re down, but he made the mistake of putting his hands on an innocent. Ace bodes the question, “Are you ready to pay the price?” Well, Ace will be d**ned if Todd will take away his great 8 year career. Sexton will pay the price in an “I Quit” match at Hostile Environment when Rockwell beats his freaking face in. Ace promises to deliver a career ending ground and pound that’ll leave everyone chanting “quit, Todd, quit.” Oh wait a minute, they are chanting for Todd to quit.

3. “The Priest of Punishment” Mikael Judas defeated “the Egg Sucking Dog” Jeremy Vain w/Mr. Rob Adonis via DQ.

Vain has been looking forward to this match like a root canal. He begs the question, “Why did the chicken refuse to enter the ring?” Because Vain is an yellow bellied cowardly egg sucking dog. Vain tries everything humanly possible to avoid Judas and does so by strikes referee Harold James in the face. Mr. Adonis attacks with baby punches and Judas just mafia kicks him. This prompts Jay Clinton & the Extraordinaire All Stars to attack Judas. Vain’s plan comes to fruition when Judas goozles him and Mr. Adonis attacks with a chokeslam. Vain mounts Judas to slap him. All 7 men launch a successful attack including Mr. Adonis’ patented A-Plex. Vain stands victorious over Judas until the Boss arrives. Palmer thinks Vain is pretty tough for having six extras. Palmer books a lumberjack match because the only way to handle Vain is to pin him down. With Vain’s entourage distracted, Judas arises from the dead. Palmer points this out and Vain’s Entourage heads for the Smoky Mountains.

4. Shadow Jackson vs. Nemesis never happened.

This is supposed to be a match, right? Wrong! This is war, pregnant dog~! This quickly devolves at ringside with referees trying to separate both men. If you ask me, the best way to solve this problem is to place both men into an empty building with an announcer and a camera man to vouch for a winner. Shadow tosses Nemesis into the ring and slowly makes his way in when Jay Fury nails him from behind. Legally, Fury isn’t barred from ringside until the match begins. Nemesis brandishes a noose to save Fury and hang Shadow, but Slim J saves the day with the Screwdriver on the Rocks. Shadow grabs the mike to call out the little girl Nemesissy. Shadow receives a nice ovation when he asks the crowd do they want him to make Nemesis bleed and Slim J make Fury his personal pregnant dog. Shadow offers a solution: a tag team War Games. The fans happily eat up Shadow’s suggestion like a gulp down pizza, barbecue chicken and mashed potatoes topped with gravy at Pizza Ranch. Shadow promises to splatters Nemesis’ and his mistress blood on the noose. Strong finish heading to Hostile Environment.

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NWA Virginia Official Rankings – 9/9/08

NWA CONTINENTAL CHAMPION: “Big Time” Mike Booth

1. Grail – Alpha Champion

2. Mark Bravura

3. Damien Wayne

4. Scotty Blaze

5. Brandon Day

6. Preston Quinn

7. Phil Brown

8. The Pharaoh

9. Frank Parker

10. Tiger Blue

TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: VACANT

1. Geordie Bulldogs

2. Assault and Battery

3. Da Gift and Da Curse

4. Standards and Practices

5. The Boys of Summer

NWA Great Championship Wrestling

September 11, 2008

Great Skate Plex

Phenix City, AL

Orion Bishop over Kareem-Abdul Jamar;

Scotty Beach over Mike Stratus, with Princeton Gailey III;

Murder One, with Wicked Nemesis, over John Bogie;

Sonny Siaki over Tex Monroe;

Sonny Siaki over J-Rod to win the GCW Interstate Heavyweight Title;

Micah Taylor & Bull Buchanan, with Tracy Taylor, over Johnny Swinger & Cru Jones.

Before the matches, Taylor McKnight was interviewing GCW Owner Diane Hewes, wanting to know about the status of Quentin Michaels and Johnny Swinger. Michaels interrupted and was immediately fired by Hewes and dragged away by several wrestlers. Bull Buchanan also told McKnight that he is not finished with Cru Jones. Attendance was reported as 150.

GCW will be back at the Gr8 Sk8 Plex in Phenix City, AL, on September 18. Bell time is 7:30 PM. Advertised: Cru Jones defends the GCW Heavyweight Title against Johnny Swinger, Micah Taylor, and Bull Buchanan in a four-way match; and Sonny Siaki defends the GCW Interstate Heavyweight Title against J-Rod.

For more information on GCW, go to:

www.gcw-action.com

Saturday, September 6th 2008

Cosgrove Hall, York Ave, Clovelly Park, S.A.

NWA Pro/ EPW Adelaide

September 6, 2008

Ground Zero

Cosgrove Hall

Clovelly Park, Australia

Quick results:

-Cletus Blood defeated Elliot Sexton

-Chris Knight defeated Joey Graham to win the Knightmare Challenge

-J-Rock defeated Jimmy Scarlet and the Golden Aztec

-Slex and Carlo Cannon defeated Jag & Havok

-Jayson Cooper, Greg Graham & Robby Heart defeated Damian Slater, Dick Donovan and Wreckin’ Ball Wilson in the Ground Zero Elimination Tag Match via DQ when Jag interfered and hit Cooper with a steel chair.

For more information on EPW Adelaide, go to:

www.epwadelaide.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:

www.myspace.com/nwapro

NWA Underground

RUMBLE IN THE ARCADE

SEPTEMBER 5TH

UNION, MICHIGAN

1.Brian Skyline defeat Sean Tylerstein

2.Jamie Eternal defeated Travis Vandetta

3.8 man tag team Match: Team 1 defeated Team 2. Team 1 consisted of Erico/Adam Bueller/Brutus Dylan/Shady Chris xion. Team 2 consisted of Nick Cutler/Zane Ramzey/Buff Kahlua/Gregory the Gorilla

4.Hardcore Harry defeat El Blue Enferno in a hardcore match

5.Ryan Epic defeated Hebrew Hammer

6.Steve Amoni defeated Travis Vandetta

7.Hype defeated Gameboy in the Nintendo Rules Match

For more information on NWA Underground, go to:

www.nwa-underground.com

For more information on NWA East, go to:

www.pwx-online.org

NWA Underground

AUTUMN AFTERMATH

SEPTEMBER 6TH

UNION, MICHIGAN

1.ERIC/SHADY CHRIS XION DEFEATED BUFF KAHLUA/ZANE RAMZEY

2.MATCH 2 ENDED IN A NO CONTEST AS PHIL BUSINESS CAME TO THE RING AND INFLUENED CANADIAN KELLY AND CAMPBELL TO JOIN TOGETHER IN A NEW TAG TEAM

3.STEVEN DROCHNER DEFEATED KENNY KAGE. KAGE GOT COUNTED OUT INTENTIONALLY. THIS WOULD ALLOW HIM TO MAINTAIN HIS CHAMPIONSHIP BELT

4.GAMEBOY DEFEATED TRAVIS VENDETTA

5.HYPE DEFEATED SCOTT EZ

6.JAMIE ETERNAL DEFEATED BRUTUS DYLAN FOR THE #1 CONTENDERSHIP FOR THE HEAVY WEIGHT TITLE

7.ADAM BUELLER DEFEATED LYNDON

8.RYAN EPIC/BRIAN SKLYINE DEFEATED THE KOSHER KLUB TO BECOME THE NEW NWA UNDERGROUND TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS.

For more information on NWA Undergound, go to:

www.nwa-underground.com

For more information on NWA East, go to:

www.pwx-online.org

NWA Southwest/ PWF

September 6, 2008

PWF Wrestleplex

Amarillo, TX

Chaz “The Love Machine” Taylor left the Plex about five pounds lighter tonight having lost his NWA Texas Heavyweight belt to DiBiase. History was made when DiBiase added the strap to his current title, NWA North American Heavyweight Champion. To add even more to the significance of the win, it had been over 28 years since a NWA Texas Title match was fought in Amarillo.

The first match of the evening had “Sexy” Shawn Sanders pinning “The .50 Caliber Sex Pistol” Cody Jones.

Biohaxxxard pulled another of his tricks with a bottle of ketchup while manager “Sugar Daddy” Ryan Ray distracted the ref resulting in Wrestler X being disqualified.

The third match ended in a draw when Coco and the Southern Pitbull went the full 10-minute time limit with neither besting the other.

Maximus McGuirk was able to overpower Michael Faith in the fourth match with a little illegal help from his fellow Too Much Sexy buddies “The Great” Dane Griffin and “Sensational” Seth Allen.

Following a brief intermission, Griffin and Allen went up against the New West Texas Outlaws “Dirty” Dice Murdoch and Matt Maverick. Neither team played entirely fair but TMS was able to notch a win over nWtO.

For more information on PWF, go to:

www.propwf.org

www.myspace.com/pwfwrestling_texas

For more information on NWA Southwest, go to:

www.nwa-southwest.com

NWA-SW /SWF SHOW CANCELLED DUE TO HURRICANE IKE

Due to the effects of Hurricane Ike forecasted to hit the Dallas area, the decision has been made to cancel the show tomorrow (Sept. 13) at NWA-SW / SWF. The NWA Tag team title match has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 27 – same location.

Latest weather reports has Hurricane Ike bringing 50 mph + damaging winds, and potentially up 6 inches of rain and flooding issues into the Dallas area after Noon on Saturday.

Ken Taylor

NWA Southwest

NWA East/ UCW & NWA East/ CWI

September 6, 2008

Summer Clash

Kingwood, WV

Summer Clash began with UCW Commissioner and CWI Chairmen Kent Flamingo coming out to address the crowd. He let everyone know that with Prodigy injured CWI would have to crown a new champion. He announced that the match would be Bulldozer v. Alan Cross v. “The Xtremist” Jesse Skelton to determine the new champion.

Match 1 was a 6 pack challenge elimination match for the CWI TV Title. Chris Payne elminated Ryan Allyn, Vinnie Stone n Ric Rumsky were both counted out, Payne elminated Smooth and Massive Mike eliminated Payne to become the new CWI TV Champion.

Up next Bud Cassidy was the last 1 standing in a battle Royal to determine the 1st CWI Tri State Champion.

Raw Talent defeated Alex Arcadian to become the new CWI Light-Heavyweigh Champion.

Ricky Villain retained the CWI Internet Title over Loco Da Clown in a Lumberjack Strap Match. After the match Villain challenged Loco to a West Virgina Chains Match on October 3rd.

UCW Tag Team Champions Bad Company defeated CWI Tag Team Champions Bloodline to become the new CWI Tag Team Champions. After the match Flamingo announced there would be a rematch on October 3rd.

Next was the vacant CWI title match. In what was hands down the best match of the night the 3 men took it to each other like nobodys buisness. Skelton would eventually eliminate Bulldozer and in the end Ashley Nicely was the deciding factor as Alan Cross defeated Jesse Skelton to become the new CWI Heavyweight Champion…..After the match Massive Mike and Jazmine came to the ring which led to not only a physical confrontation between Mike and Alan but also between Ashley and Jaz.

Scott Sarin defeated Draven Oriley

And in the fans bring weapons Death Match. Rebecca Payne and Jimmy Dream litterly fought like cats and dogs. They beat the crap out of eachother with everything in sight. Rebecca would pick up the win as she lept from a ladder smashing Jimmy through a table.

The next UCW show will be on October 3rd in Kingwood, WV we hope to see you all there.

For more information on UCW, go to:

www.ucwprowrestling.webs.com

For more information on CWI, go to:

www.freewebs.com/cwiwrestling/

For more information on NWA East, go to:

www.pwx-online.org

NWA Pro East

September 12, 2008

Ironbound Recreation Center

Newark, NJ

The city of Newark NJ was host to the NWA PRO ON FIRE TV Taping .

The NWA Pro roster were all on there game last night as titles changed and a few match year candidates came out of the show.

The debuting El Gato defeated Sugar Foot Alex Payne in a great high flying match up. Look for a rematch soon as the crowd was in awe of the new comer and Sugar foot was not to happy about taking the lose.

In a classic match wrestling match up the mysterious Letterman defeated Fred Bone Crusher Sampson. The Letterman needs to be seen to understand just how fine of a amateur star he is but his hatred towards the sport of pro wrestling is what powered him past the Bone Crusher.

Mitch Franklin defeated the 300 pound Baby Huey.

Danny Demanto defeated the returning Danny Doring in a great back and forth wrestling match.

Nunzio defeated Claudio Castignoli is a pure wrestling fans dream match, The wrestling boots were on and tied tight as these two guys had a fantastic match up.

Danny Inferno Defeated Judas Young to end Judas 1 year run as TV champion. This match was a amazing back and forth wrestling match that was brutal as each man had no regard for their body as the championship was on the line. The match saw a VERY controversial pinfall take place as both wrestlers collided and landed on the match Senior NWA referee Fred Richards made the 3 count as Infernos toes and maybe a finger tip were lying on the prone Judas Young. Inferno who was unconscious needed to be carried to the back as Judas chased down NWA officials and filed a protest

In what has to be the NWA PRO Match of the year so far

The Samoan Warriors defeated the Playas Club to end the 16 month lock they had on the Tag team division and become the new champions.

This 20 minute war needs to be seen to completely understand how good of a match it was.

Check back here later in the week for a huge announcement concerning the expansion of NWA PRO TV in the NJ area.

NWA Pro East

September 13, 2008

Pioneer Club

Hasbrouck Heights, NJ

The second night of action in a row and the NWA did not fail to deliver the action.

Former NWA PRO TAG Champions The Playas Club opened the action this evening and they were in a bad mood. Having lost the titles the night before in Newark to the Samoan Warriors Bling and Juicy were chewed out big time by their manager “Internet Millionaire” Kyle Durden. Having had a team meeting before the show it was decided that the former champions were going to face team ROH and get back on track and The other 2 members of group Demanto and Andretti would have the rematch s the Samoans.

Bling and Juicy vs Team ROH Payne and Franklin

The bad mood carried over to the ring as the former champions were as nasty and dirty as ever, The ROH youngster put up one hell of a fight but were just not experienced enough to get the win.

Winners The Playas Club

Match 2

New TV Champion Danny Inferno vs Fred Sampson.

Having defeated TV Champ Judas Young the night before Inferno was injured and told to take a night off but he refused and showed up very incoherent and rambling about being Terry Funk and being World Champion. Inferno/ Funk showed up dressed as vintage Terry Funk and even had baby Huey there dressed in a toy store cowboy hat and cap gun calling him Hoss. Fred Sampson wanted Gold and startd off like a house of fire and we were off with a wild back and fourth match up with Hoss err the baby getting involved which lead to former champion Judas Young coming out and attacking Funk/Inferno and a wild locker room clearing brawl

Winner none double DQ

Match 3

NWA TV TAG TEAM Championship

Samoan Warriors vs The Playas Club

Andretti/Demanto started the action with a brutal attack which looked like the titles were going to be returned to the stable of “Internet Millionaire” Kyle Durden. The Samoans rallied and were able to score a pinfall victory and retain the titles

Match 4

The Giant Pharaoh made his NJ debut and the 7 foot 2 inch monster destroyed the Los Geccos Loccos in a Handicap match.

Match 5

Little Guido vs The Letterman

Fantastic action in this one as the two men put on a amazing display of mat wrestling and the suplexs were a plenty. The Letterman tried but the more experienced Guido takes the win

Winner Little Guido

Match 6

Crowbar vs Danny Doring

These old school ECW originals were as brutal and hardcore as ever as they beat the daylights out of each other. Crowbar takes the win in his return to NWA PRO

Match 7

Hoss/Baby Huey vs Judas Young

Judas was a absolute maniac in this one beating the daylights out of Hoss with only one thing on his mind Terry Funk/Inferno . The match was all Judas with him getting the pin. After the match Judas refused to stop the beating and was about to do some serous damage when Inferno/Funk hit the ring to bunch of boos and your not Funk chants. The brawl spilled out of the ring and through the locker room.

Check out www.NWAWRESTLING.com for more details

For more information on NWA Pro East, go to:

www.myspace.com/libertystateswrestling

SoCal Pro Wrestling/NWA Pro

“Untitled”

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Oceanside Boys and Girls Club

Oceanside, CA

Quick results:

1) LTP vs. Chimaera went to time-limit draw in a back and forth match that highlighted LTP’s athleticism and Chimaera’s aggressiveness. After the match, LTP attempted to show respect by extending his hand to Chimaera, but Chimaera hesitated to shake LTP’s hand and vacated the ring.

2) TNT’s Gauntlet Challenge: SoCal Crazy defeated “The Professional” Scott Lost (Mystery Opponent) after TNT’s interference backfired and SoCal Crazy used a Gory Bomb on Lost for the victory.

3) “SCP Tag Team Championship” Match: The Ballard Brothers (Shane and Shannon Ballard) (c) vs. Cool Imagery (Hector Canales and Ricky Mandel) went to a no decision based upon a double pin from each legal team member pinning the illegal team member from the opposite team. Referee La Zebra was confused on which team to declare the winners and another referee came to ring. The referees could not come to terms on an official decision, so SCP Commissioner Durwood Murray came to the ring and made the decision to hold up the titles. Murray told The Ballards and Cool Imagery that a “Best of Seven” series of matches will begin next month to crown the official and new SCP Tag Team Champions.

4) 2-out-of-3 Falls Match: Tommy Wilson defeated “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce with C. Edward VanderPyle.

1st Fall: In literally 2 minutes into the match, Pearce pinned Wilson via leverage from the ropes.

2nd Fall: Wilson pinned Pearce via rolling through Pearce’s crossbody for the pin.

3rd Fall: Wilson won the match via disqualification because Jason Redondo hit the ring and a beatdown on Wilson ensued. Johnny Goodtime entered the ring in order to help Wilson from the beatdown from Pearce, Redondo, and TNT.

5) SCP Heavyweight Championship: “Radiant” Jason Redondo (c) with TNT defeated Johnny Goodtime. As Adam Pearce had distracted Referee Eric, Scott Lost enters the ring and nailed Goodtime with a Diamond Cutter for Redondo to get an easy pin on Goodtime. A beatdown on Goodtime occurred, until SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson make the save and clear the ring. SCP Commissioner Durwood Murray came out again and announced the main event match for next month will be SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson vs. “Radiant” Jason Redondo with TNT and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce with C. Edward Vander Pyle.

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On Saturday, September 13, 2008, SoCal Pro Wrestling will present “Super Clash ’08” at the Boys and Girls Club in Oceanside, CA.

Match already signed:

Tag Team Main Event Match: SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson vs. “Radiant” Jason Redondo with TNT and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce with C. Edward Vander Pyle.

*If SoCal Crazy wants an opportunity to face “Radiant” Jason Redondo for the SCP Heavyweight Championship, then he must be victorious in the tag team match.

For more information on the September show, please check out www.socalprowrestling.com or www.nwawrestling.com

NWA Pro/ Empire Wrestling Federation

Gold Standard 2

Friday, September 12, 2008

Knights of Columbus Hall

Covina, CA

EWF Cruiserweight Champion Jeremy Jaeger defeated Sexy Chino to retain his title

Tha Chef pinned “Overnight Celebrity” Roger Ruiz

Black Metal pinned “Zero Gravity” Chris Kadillak

NWA Heritage Champion TJ Perkins & EWF American Champion Ryan Taylor wrestled to a draw

Liger Rivera pinned Terex

Hook Bomberry pinned Blackstar

EWF Heavyweight Champion Brandon Gatson defeated Joey Ryan & Mikey Nicholls in a 30 Minute Triple Threat Ironman Match with a score of 3-2-1 to retain his title

For more information on EWF, go to:

www.empirewrestlingfederation.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:

www.myspace.com/nwapro

NWA Pro/ Empire Wrestling Federation

COURT STREET CHAOS 3 QUICK RESULTS

September 13, 2008

Court Street Square

San Bernardino, CA

Mehdi Dez Troy defeated Brandon Parker

Tha Chef pinned “Big Nasty” Jason Watts

Yyan Nakano pinned Lucky O’Shea

Dave The Bruiser & DK Murphy defeated Country Bear & Chato Cortez when Dave pinned Country

Jeremy Jaeger defeated Chris Kadillak & Vizzion in a Triple Threat Match

Hook Bomberry pinned Tim Lovato

Terex defeated Mikey Nicholls & Rockstar Cordova in a Triple Threat Match

For more information on EWF, go to:

www.empirewrestlingfederation.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:

www.myspace.com/nwapro

SoCal Pro Wrestling/NWA Pro

“Super Clash ’08”

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Oceanside Boys and Girls Club

Oceanside, CA

1) “Petty Officer” Ryan Stone defeated Locura when he reversed Locura’s O’Connor roll and held onto Locura’s tights for the win.

This match had good babyface versus heel psychology and the two wrestlers kept the match mostly in the ring. There was booing for Stone and cheering for Locura from the fans.

2) Johnny Goodtime defeated “The Professional” Scott Lost with C. Edward Vander Pyle via disqualification.

At the bell, Scott Lost tried a sneak attack, but Johnny Goodtime sidestepped Lost and took the fight to Lost. Vander Pyle received heat when he tripped Goodtime off the top rope. Lost saw Goodtime’s leg as a being weaken, so Lost worked on Goodtime’s leg in the match. Goodtime had a good comeback, but he still had to favor his already weakened leg being worked on by Lost.

The end of the match resulted with Lost stopping Goodtime’s comeback and locking on The Sharpshooter for a possible submission victory from Goodtime. However, Goodtime surprisingly reversed Lostâ<80><99>s Sharpshooter and Lost was seconds away from tapping to his own finisher. Redondo and Pearce ran to the ring and saved their Elite member from submitting to Goodtime. A beat down on Goodtime occurred and quickly ended with SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson making the save.

3) Cool Imagery (Hector Canales and Ricky Mandel) defeated Devilishly Sexy (Dustin Cutler and “Sexy” Sonny Samson) after Cool Imagery double super kicked Samson for the victory.

Before the tag team match, Commissioner Durwood Murray came out to inform Cool Imagery and the SoCal Pro fans that The Ballard Brothers refused to appear at “Super Clash.” The Ballard Brothers had protested on going through a “Best of 3 Series” against Cool Imagery and The Ballard Brothers felt they are the superior tag team with nothing to prove. Dustin Cutler and Sonny Samson were announced as Cool Imagery’s new opponents and The Ballard Brothers had paid Cutler and Samson to take out Cool Imagery.

4) Chimaera defeated “Rock ‘N’ Roll Rebel Soul” Johnny Yuma.

Chimaera attacked Yuma at the bell and he was vicious in his offense. Chimaera did not perform too much of his aerial maneuvers in this match and he concentrated more on his strikes to keep Yuma down. Eventually, Yuma had a small comeback, but Chimaera overpowered him. Chimaera ended up pinning Yuma with his new finisher. Post match had Chimaera spit on Yuma to a disapproval from the SoCal Pro fans.

5) TNT’s Final Gauntlet Match: SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson defeated “Radiant” Jason Redondo and “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce with C. Edward Vander Pyle after SoCal Crazy stopped Pearce’s superplex attempt from the top rope with a Sunset Bomb.

The Main Event match started as a straight tag team with SoCal Crazy and Tommy Wilson shining with quick tags and double team early on. SoCal Crazy performed a dive onto both Pearce and Redondo to the floor, which received approval from the SoCal Pro fans. Later in the match, Redondo and Pearce dominated SoCal Crazy by cheating behind the referee’s back and punished Crazy rather than beat him for the win. Redondo and Pearce took turns knocking Wilson off the apron to make sure that Wilson did not get a tag from SoCal Crazy. Wilson finally received the hot tag from SoCal Crazy and cleaned house.

The match then broke down into a brawl and spilled to the floor again. Pearce tried to throw Wilson into the post, but Wilson reversed the attempt and Pearce was busted open by hitting the post. SoCal Crazy and Wilson took over the match with a series of near finishes. The end saw SoCal Crazy pin Pearce clean in the ring to earn his SoCal Pro Heavyweight Title shot against the current champion, “Radiant” Jason Redondo on Saturday, October 11, 2008. Johnny Goodtime came out to celebrate with Tommy Wilson to congratulate SoCal Crazy on his accomplishment.

*The next SoCal Pro Wrestling show will be on Saturday, October 11, 2008 at the Oceanside Boys and Girls Club in Oceanside, CA.*

Match already signed:

SoCal Pro Heavyweight Championship

“Radiant” Jason Redondo (c) vs. SoCal Crazy

For more information regarding the October show and other SoCal Pro news, then please check out www.socalprowrestling.com or www.nwawrestling.com

NWA Pro/ Fusion Pro Wrestling

September 13, 2008

Elite

Mile High Community Center

Commerce City, CO

Prince Raheem Rashaad defeated Incredible Kanto

“Resident Rockstar” Arik Angel defeated “Your Idol” Jack Mecidol

“The Sure Thing” Jason Noel defeated “Mr. G.Q” Gregory Quest

Duff Doyle defeated “The One” Billy V

“The American Ninja” Stondifirous defeated “Sensational” Paul Diamond

Fusion Champion Dustin Uhrich retained his title against “Mr. Intensity” Jeff McAllister

Six Man Tag Match

Dusin Uhrich, Paul Diamond and Duff Doyle defeated The 3 Egos

For more information on FPW, go to:

www.fusionprowrestling.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:

www.myspace.com/nwapro

NWA UCW-Zero

Festival Latinoamericano Night 1

August 29, 2008

Provo, Utah

–Stevie Slick pinned Jeff Orcut in a #1 Contender match for the Ultra-X title held by Jr-X

–NWA UCW-Zero Heavyweight Title/Elimination Match: Champion Tristan Gallo defeated Khan Kussion and Jr-X. Khan was eliminated first then Tristan beat Jr-X to retain his title.

–Derrick Jannetty pinned Mr. Spectacular Devan Payne. Even with Stevie Slick’s interference Jannetty pulled out the win and after the match gave Stevie a little something to think about, leaving Slick laid out in the ring next to Payne.

–2 out of 3 falls Tag Team Championship Match: Champions Paco & Blitz defeated Dallas Murdock & Cassidy. Cassidy and Murdock were unable to get along the entire match, ultimately losing in the third fall. After the match Cassidy blamed Murdock of not holding up his end and it erupted in to a pier 6 brawl, the two had to be pulled apart by other wrestlers and even some fans. This is not over by a long shot; Commissioner Stan told them they had to settle things in a sanctioned match not an after match brawl and booked them to wrestle each other in a hardcore match on September 1.

NWA UCW-Zero

Festival Latinoamericano Night 3

September 1, 2008

Provo, Utah

–Morgan defeated Chip

This was a mixed gender match. Chip has spent enough time demeaning women with his ringside lap dances and bump and grind. Morgan proved to be more woman than Chip could handle, she won by pinfall.

–Jeff Orcut & Paco defeated Stevie Slick CEO & Devan Payne

Orcut asked for a rematch against Slick after his loss on Friday. Slick came to the ring as usual with Mr. Spectacular Devan Payne in tow. Slick was shooting his mouth off telling Orcut what was about to happen to him when Orcut called out a friend of his own Paco and requested it be changed to a tag team match. Slick was none to anxious to get in the ring and let Payne do all the work and take the punishment until the end when Orcut and Paco isolated Slick and hit him with some devastating moves ending with an of the top rope frog splash and pin by Paco.

–NWA UCW-Zero Heavyweight champion Tristan Gallo defeated Jr-X

Jr-X put up quite a fight and came close a time or two at taking the title, but Tristan has no intention of losing the belt and pulled out all the stops to retain his title.

–Derrick Jannetty defeated Khan Kussion

These men are no strangers to each other they have battled in the ring many times. This was no exception each man was out to win. Jannetty took the win by pinfall.

–Hardcore Match: Dallas Murdock defeated Cassidy

This fight had been brewing all weekend, Cassidy didn’t wait for the bell he jumped Murdock on the way to the ring hitting him with a chair and going to work on him. This was a violent brutal fight where chairs, kendo sticks, leather straps, brass knuckles, the ring posts and a ringside table were used to punish and destroy. Murdock was a bloody mess but managed to power bomb Cassidy through the table and pin him to get the win. Cassidy demanded a rematch and said that Murdock had better have his health insurance paid up because he was going to need it come Saturday Sept 6th at the St Josephs carnival show.

NWA UCW-Zero

St. Joseph’s Festival

September 6, 2008

West Jordan, Utah

–Jeff Orcut defeated Chip

–NWA UCW-Zero Ultra-X champion Jr-X pinned Derrick Jannetty

–NWA UCW-Zero Tag Team Champions Paco & Blitz vs. Stevie Slick CEO & Devan Payne

Blitz had not shown up to the event when this match was ready to start. It was later found out that he decided to stay home to drink and watch football instead of help Paco in this match, leading to a lifetime suspension. Paco battled Payne and Slick alone, holding them off and even looked like he had them beat with a frog splash and pin on Slick (who was not the legal man) when Payne shattered his mirror over Paco’s head leaving him dazed and bloody in the ring for an easy pin, making Slick and Payne the new champions.

–Hardcore Match: Dallas Murdock pinned Cassidy after driving him through a table from the top of a ladder

–NWA UCW-Zero Heavyweight champion Tristan Gallo pinned Khan Kussion

For more information on UCW-Zero, go to:

www.ucw-zero.com

For more information on NWA Pro, go to:

www.myspace.com/nwapro

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