Saturday, December 8, 2018

It's Never Sunny in Mattlanta - Episode 87


ACTION Results from December 7

From Larry Goodman:

ACTION Wrestling results from Tyrone at the Roger Spencer Community Center on December 7 with attendance of 190 as follows: Alan Angels & O'Shay Edwards defeated Ryan Rembrandt & James Bandy. Angels pinned Rembrandt to advance to the championship match replacing the injured Cain Justice; AJ Gray defeated Teddy Ireland Jr.; The debuting Michael Marshall (formerly QT) defeated Chad Skywalker in the first ever Watts Rules match; Aja Perera won a scramble match that included Bobby Flaco, Demos (CWF), Shaggy, Tyler Rivera and Wolverton; Arik Royal and Fred Yehi was a no contest as referee Darryl Hall ended the match due to Yehi being injury. After the match, Royal put Yehi through a table on the stage; Cam Carter defeated Billy Buck; AC Mack defeated Ike Cross and Slim J and Alan Angels in an elimination match to become the inaugural ACTION Wrestling Champion.

Announced for February 8 at Roger Spencer Community Center in Tyrone: Dani Jordyn vs. Allie Kat and the return of The Carnies and for March 22 at Sandy Creek High School in Tyrone: Darby Allin vs. Slim J.

Full review to follow at a later date. 

Daze Hospitalized After Tables Match

From Larry Goodman:

Sunny Daze is hospitalized at Northside Cherokee after a spot gone wrong during his tables match with Kevin Ryan at the Southern Honor show last night in Canton. Daze received 18 stitches and has bleeding on the brain as a result of spot that involved him falling off a ladder through two tables. Daze will be transferred to another hospital for further neurological evaluation.

And Your Inaugural ACTION Champion is...

From Larry Goodman:

AC Mack added to the impressive collection of championships he has held over the past two years by becoming the inaugural ACTION Champion last night in Tyrone at the Roger Spencer Community Center. Mack defeated Ike Cross, Slim J and Alan Angels (replacing the injured Cain Justice) in a four-way elimination to capture the championship.  

Mack is the currrent Peachstate No Limits Champion and former NCW Heavyweight Champion, NCW Junior Champion, Anarchy TV Champion and the TWE Pure Champion.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Major AWA Star Passes Away

From Larry Goodman:

Larry "The Axe" Hennig, the father of Curt Hennig, passed away today at the age of 82. Hennig was on the biggest stars the AWA ever had. Early in his career, Hennig was known as "Pretty Boy" Larry Hennig and teamed with "Handsome" Harley Race to become three-time AWA Tag Team Champions from 1963-1968. Their feud with Dick the Bruiser and the Crusher was big box office.

Hennig went on to form teams with Lars Anderson and Dusty Rhodes before moving to WWWF where he had a singles run as Larry "The Axe" using his Axe clothesline as a finishing move.

Hennig returned to the AWA at the tail end of career and teamed with Curt, often against the Foad Warriors.

His grandson, Joe Hennig, is Curtis Axel in WWE.

Peach State Pandemonium Preview

From Larry Goodman:

Join hosts Bobby Simmons, Jerry Oates & Michael Norris for Peach State Pandemonium on Thursday December 6, 2018. Discussion will center on holds and things you don't see in wrestling these days. Show time is 8 pm.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Southern Honor Wrestling Stocked for Tables Match

From Larry Goodman:

Southern Honor Wrestling has made ample preparations for the table match between SHW Champion Kevin Ryan and challenger (and matchmaker) Sunny Daze, at Winter Rising on December 7 in Canton. 

The show is headlined by EVOLVE star Austin Theory vs. Anarchy Heavyweight Champion Logan Creed. Lynch Mob vs. MLW star's The Dirty Blondes; IMPACT star Kiera Hogan vs. Dani Jordyn are also on the card  Bell time at the ACTION building is 8pm.



PCO Out for ACTION on December 7

From Larry Goodman:

PCO is officially out for the December 7 ACTION show in Tyrone. Along with crowning the inaugural ACTION champion, the huge match on the show was PCO vs. Billy Buck. ACTION owner Matt Griffin confirmed that PCO would not be in Tyrone due to his signing an exclusive contract with Ring of Honor.

Buck will instead face Cam Carter in a rematch from the first ACTION show.

Griffin also announced Cain Justice was scheduled for an MRI on his knee and was thus out of the four-way elimination match to crown the first ACTION Championship. Whoever scores the fall in the tag match: O'Shay Edwards & Alan Angels vs. James Bandy & Ryan Rembrandt will be replace Justice in the title match.

ACTION is offering refunds of ticket purchases due to cancellation of PCO's appearance via email to actionwrestlingga@gmail.com.

The show is a Toys for Tots benefit and toy donations with a minimum of $10 value are welcomed.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

AWE Announces More Matches for Show of the Year

From Larry Goodman:

AWE has announced the following matches for Show of the Year 5: GWC Champion Joe Black vs. ACH; Nick Iggy vs. Kerry Awful in a dog collar match and Eddie Kingston vs. Chip Day in a lumberjack match. SOTY 5 takes place on Thurday, December 27 in Jonesboro at Furnace 41 with an 8:05 bell time. Tickets are $25.

Puerto Rican Wrestling News and Notes

From Alfred Feliciano

The week after Thanksgiving started the Christmas season in full blast. The Puerto Rican wrestling scene is still alive and stronger than ever with Mysteriomania: Tributo A El Mesias on November 29, live from the historic Mario Quijote Morales Coliseum in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico with a record-breaking attendance of almost 6,000 fans. From the meet and greet to the matches that were five stars, where a new champion Rey Fenix was crowned.

AFter relinquished the NGCW Florida Grand Championship due to injuries he suffered in a AAA card in Mexico, "The Mecha Wolf 450" Jesus De Leon defeated former WCW Cruiserwieght champion Juventud Guerrera to capture the NGCW Florida Grand Champion. De Leon has achieved a lot of titles in his career: from being the 50th WWC Universal Champion in WWC Puerto Rico's 40 plus year history three years ago, being a former WWL World Champion until he relinquished it a month ago, former Mucha Lucha Atlanta Champion, and now with victory mentioned above, 2019 will be the year of "The Mecha Wolf 450". Here is a video of after the match Juvi Juice and De Leon had a war of words.



Former WWE Ring Announcer Lillian Garcia sang the Puerto Rican anthem before the matches started and spoke with our dear friends at Contralona. The last time we had seen her in WWE was at WWE Evolution PPV this past October live from the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island, New York on the WWE Network.





Monday, December 3, 2018

1FW in Norcross on December 14

From Larry Goodman:

1FW present Road to Greatness Finals at the 1FW Arena in Norcross on Friday, December 14. Advertised: Elijah Evans vs. Cody Vance with winner facing Matt Sells to crown the inaugural 1FW Champion; Josey Quinn vs. Jaxson Cassel to determine the new number one contender; Devyn Nicole vs. Aja Perera; O'Shay Edwards vs. Chad Skywalker and Nasty Leroy vs. QT Marshall. Bell time is 7:30 pm. Call 908-770-0208 for tickets.

UCW Cancels Another Show

From Larry Goodman:

Universal Championship Wrestling announced the cancellation of their event scheduled for this Friday, December 7 in Griffin at the Taylor Street Gym.

"The Patriot" Del Wilkes, Harlem Heat's Stevie Ray, Buff Bagwell, Carlito, Scott Steiner and Robbie E were among the name stars advertised for the Griffin show.

UCW has now canceled four out of their last six scheduled shows and two consecutive shows in Griffin. The show in Athens Classic Center on November 3 drew less than 200 with Steiner and James Storm as the featured stars.

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

Show the Year 5, AWE's final event, will take place on Thursday, December 27 at Furnacy 41 in Jonesboro featuring ACH challenging Joe Black for the Georgia Wrestling Crown Championship. Tickets are available for $25.

Josh Wheeler posted that SOTY 5 sold zero tickets the first day of sales in contrast to 40 tickets the first day of sale for SOTY 2. 

"It was a fun run. My vision was to be bring a progressive indie wrestling show to the Atlanta area and we did...don't worry this is just the end of Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment, but my home city is about RESURGENCE. Atlanta can always be rebuilt."

Universal Championship Wrestling in Griffin on December 7

From Larry Goodman:

Universal Championship Wrestling returns to Griffin at the Taylor Gym with Vendetta presented by UCW and the Sellers Law Firm. Advertised: UCW Heavyweight Champion Scott Steiner, Stevie Ray from Harlem Heat, Carlito, Johnny Swinger, Robbie E and Antonio Garza; The Jungle Kings; Mr Hughes: Alpha Elite; Damien Legion (with Envy); Alofa; Blake Baretta; Priscilla Kelly vs. Amber O'Neal; Raven & Lodi & Scotty Mathews vs. The 6:05 Crew; and a Stars and Stripes Reunion of Buff Bagwell and Del Wilkes. The show will be taped for FITE TV. Bell time is 7:30 pm. Tickets are $45 VIP super pass, $20 ringside and $12 general admission,

Viral Pro Wrestling in Thomson on December 8

From Larry Goodman:

Viral Pro Wrestling present Holiday Havoc on Saturday, December 8 in Thomson, GA at the Sweetwater Gym featuring VPW Heavyweight Champion Hexx vs. Abyss in a Monsters Ball match; Chip Day vs. Joey Lynch; VPW tag title match: The Hierarchy vs. Dawson Brothers; Darius Lockhart vs. Owen Knight, Outbreak Champion Sean Legacy vs. Suicide and Caleb Konley vs. Movie Myk vs. James Johnson vs. Kevin Ray for an Outbreak title opportunity. Bell time is 7 pm.

Sunday, December 2, 2018

Anarchy Wrestling in Cornelia on December 8

From Larry Goodman:

Anarchy Wrestling returns to action at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA on December 8 with the go home show for Christmas Chaos featuring Anarchy Triple Crown Champion Logan Creed vs. Austin Theory; Seth Delay vs. Sal Rinauro; Shane Marx (with Matthew Hankins) vs. Billy Buck; Brian Blaze (with Matthew Hankins) vs. Chris Spectra; Damien Bennett vs. Will Kaution and more. Bell time is 8pm. Front row $12, GA $10.

Championship Wrestling from Georgia Results from Dublin on Decenber 1

From CWFG:

Championship Wrestling from Georgia debuted at West Laurens Middle School Gym in Dublin Georgia before a crowd of 200.

Dax Anthony beat Hunter Young and Dirty Dawg in a 3 way dance

Southern Strong Style upset Justin Legend & Chop Top Hoss Michaels

Terk vs Jackson St Kelly was interrupted when KI Elite attacked both me, only to be saved by Mad Mac, Firewalker & Johnny Nixx


Tetchi Makuji beat The Kraken Scott Cannon

Swole retained the Heritage Heavyweight Championship against Ox Madison, however a post match attack saw Madison leave with the 10lbs of gold.

KI Elite beat The Outlaws & Johnny Nixx in a wild six Man Tag Match.

Championship Wrestling from Georgia returns to West Laurens Middle School Gym in Dublin on Saturday January 12, 2019. Already signed the rematch between Ox Madison and Heritage Heavyweight Champion Swole!

Saturday, December 1, 2018

PCO Signs with Ring of Honor

From Larry Goodman:

Mike Johnson from PWInsider is reporting that PCO (Pierre Carl Oulette) has signed a full-time exclusive contract with Ring of Honor. The 50 year-old has become an indy wrestling sensation since recreating himself as an indestructible, inhuman creature based on the legend of the Frankenstein monster.

PCO has begun pulling out of independent dates. Clearly, PCO's scheduled December 7 appearance for ACTION Wrestling on their biggest show to date is in jeopardy, as is the most high profile match of Billy Buck's career.

ACTION promoter Matt Griffin has promised an announcement on PCO's status by Monday.

Southern Fried News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling returns to action on December 15 in Monroe at the Boys and Girls Club Gym with their final show for 2018 featuring Rick Michaels challenging Corey Hollis for the SFCW Championship and the return of Jaggged Edge.

During his opening remarks, Bill Behrens said he hadn't been to a wrestling show on Thanksgiving night since 1998 when he wrestled in one of the worst matches in wrestling history vs. Mike Porter for Music City Wrestling. Behrens was over at the time and co-promoter Bert Prentice wanted to capitalize on it. Behrens was not exaggerating about the quality of the match. 

Owner David Manders announced the December 15 show has full sponsorship which will allow all proceeds from the door to go towards the SFCW Scholarship Fund. The Fund will provide scholarships to one male and one female student during the coming year. SFCW has been doing auctions to raise money for the fund. 

Manders canceled the usual first Saturday of the month show due to the SEC Championship game in Atlanta.

Charting the Territories

From Larry Goodman:

Al Getz (Allan Barrie) has launched a website dedicated to territorial wrestling promotions that takes a unique and interesting approach to the subject. November posts featured Amarillo, Central States, WCW (Australia) and Florida during 1966. NWA Mid-America (Gulas) 1978 will be among the territories covered in December. Check it out. 


Tipping Point Archive Online


From GWH News:

The featured guests were be Southern Honor Wrestling's Gary Lamb and Matt Griffin of ACTION Wrestling, the head honchos of the Georgia wrestling companies with the most buzz going into 2019. 

The show also featured an impromptu appearance by former Georgia announcer of the year Dan Masters and a discussion of promoter's responsiblities in light of the Marko Stunt and David Arquette incidents on the Gamchanger show.



AWE Rebranded

From Larry Goodman:

Rebranding announcement from Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment as follows:

Through the new vision of President and Creative Director, Blacklist Uno, we start telling the stories of the men and women that have decided to use COMBAT as their art.

This is the new Universe in which lives will forever change. This is our story and this will be your ENTERTAINMENT!

This is COMBAT ENTERTAINMENT

Coming January 2019

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Georgia Star Makes NXT Appearance

From Larry Goodman:

Peachstate No Limits Champion AC Mack was Chris (Donovan) Dijak's opponent in a match taped for NXT at Full Sail University tonight. During the past year, Mack has also made appearances for ACTION, NCW, Anarchy, TWE and Scenic City among others.

Monday, November 26, 2018

WrestleMerica News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

WrestleMerica returns to action in Barnesville at the Academy Gym on December 8 with Season's Beatings - Double Crown Champion Mikael Judas vs. Tyson Dean vs. Pain, Exotic Ones (Simon Sermon & Tommy Too Much) vs. Scotty Beach & Fry Daddy, Ryan North vs. former senior official Owen Parker, Clyde Braddock vs. Tetchi Makuji, Michael Stevens vs. Ashton Starr, J-Rod vs. Cameron Jackson, Dominique Stuckey vs. Ashton Slaughter and Dax Anthony vs. Xander Ramon. Bell time is 7:30 pm.

Billy Brash came to the November 10 WrestleMerica event direct from the Bronx where he became the first BCW King of the Monsters by defeating Montana Black and Wildman Kongo for Brii Combination Wrestling on November 9.


Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment in Jonesboro on November 29

From Larry Goodman:

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment presents Issue 63 at Furnace 41 in Jonesboro, GA on Thursday, November 29 featuring Joe Black defending the GWC vs. Caleb Konley; Blacklist Uno vs. Sue Yung; Zeda Zhang vs. Aria Blake, plus Eddie Kingston and more. Bell time is 8 pm. Tickets are available here

Wrassle Men Archive Online

From GWH News:

Hankins needs wrestling pep talk. Bill lubs dem ladies. Nina likes calendars. Brian Is All Pip Pip Cheerio n' Stuff.

Peurto Rican Wrestling News and Notes

From Alfred Feliciano:

Now that Thanksgiving is gone and with this Christmas season already upon us, in just less than 72 hours Mysteriomania: Tributo Al Mesias Ricky Banderas will be live at the historic Mario Quijote Morales Coliseum in Guaynabo,Puerto Rico with a special start of 5:00 PM in the evening for the Meet and Greet along with bell time starting at 8:00 PM bell time here is the final card of the event.



All ticket sales,merchandise and concessions will go as proceeds for the victims and survivors of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.

This past Saturday November 24,2018 on WWC Puerto Rico's Thanksgiving weekend event from the Acropolis Coliseum in Manati,Puerto Rico paid tribute to El Cuervo ,who is still alive, recovering from a life threatning and career ending injury while wrestling in a live event from IRWG in his tour in Mexico almost two weeks ago against the now suspended Mexican luchador Angel o Demonio. who hit Cuervo with a concrete block in the back of his head and neck. 


Tipping Point Preview

From GWH News:

The featured guests will be Southern Honor Wrestling's Gary Lamb and Matt Griffin of ACTION Wrestling, the head honchos of the Georgia wrestling companies with the most buzz going into 2019. 




Both promotions just so happen to have their final shows for 2018 on December 7. Stephen Platinum and Larry Goodman will be the hosts. The time is 7:30 pm Tuesday night.

Plus a mystery guest in the opening segment.



Chase Stevens on Being a Pro Wrestler

From Larry Goodman:

Chase Stevens posted the following  after he defended the New South Championship inside a  steel cage in Franklin, KY on Thanksgiving night.

I've had quite a few DMs asking how the cage match went last night......

It was an old beat up cage, still had dried blood laced across it in places. The cage reached to the ceiling with no room to escape. I've been in easier bar fights to say the least. Damien Wayne is a tough SOB. At the end of the battle, my hand was raised, & my AWA Heavyweight Title laid across my shoulder ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿผ‍♂️๐Ÿ†
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When I say I give me blood, sweat , and tears to the sport, I do just that. I didn't celebrate the holidays like most. I drove hours on end, left my family, didn't eat much for the simple fact of needing to be 100% last night. There were many old faces in the crowd last night but a lot of new faces. I hope I gained a few new fans while still entertaining the ones that have watched me for years.
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Many young wrestlers today don't understand dedication. I hear excuse after excuse of why they can't travel, make bookings, or get to the next level. There is no excuse, This is a job. 


Sunday, November 25, 2018

Anarchy Wrestling Results from Cornelia on November 24

From Anarchy Wrestling:

Anarchy HYPE TV Taping results from the Landmark Arena in Cornelia on November 24 as follows:

1)Slim J defeated Xander Ramon.
2)Shane Marx (with Matt Hankins) defeated Chris Spectra in a rematch for the TV Title.
3)Sal Rinauro & GB1C (Wolverton & Rivera) & Cody Vance defeated Seth Delay & Master & Machine (Griff Garrison & Marcus Kross) & Bolo in an elimination match
4)After a break, Master & Machine came to the ring with their Southern Fried Wrestling Tag Team Titles saying they came to Anarchy first and always had wanted the Anarchy Tag Team Titles. That brought out GB1C. Master & Machine ended up offering to put up the SFCW Tag Team Titles at Christmas Chaos on December 22 if GB1C put up the Anarchy Tag Team Titles. GB1C left without answering.

Southern Fried Report from Monroe on Thanksgiving Night

From Larry Goodman:

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling presented the inaugural Charles William Anschutz Memorial Tournament, in honor of the former SFCW owner who passed away earlier this year.

The eight man tournament came down to Jacob Ashworth and Mikael Judas in the finals for the Phase 1 Trophy.

Ashworth emerged as the winner in a storybook ending. Over the course of three matches and an emotional victory speech, Ashworth turned in multi-faceted performance thatmay have been the best of his career.

Judas has been close to perfection as the evil and sadistic monster who does SFCW Champion Corey Hollis’ bidding. Judas elevates his opponents, not that Ashworth needed elevating. No wrestler in Georgia has had a better second half of 2018 than Mikael Judas.

The sole non-tournament bout, a superheated grudge match between AdrIan Hawkins and Bobby Moore was everything it was cracked up to be. Moore lost via failed intervention by Todd Sexton and must rejoin The Approved as a result. The plot thickens.

This show was a pro wrestling ensemble performance at its best. To a man, everyone involved did their part and did it well.

Booker Sexton did a stellar job of presenting a variety of matches within a pure vanilla tournament format. Sexton has the fans in Monroe eating out of the palm of his hand… and for good reason. The twists and turns in the stories just keep on coming.

Paid attendance at the Monroe Boys & Girls Club Gym on Thanksgiving Night was 261 (up from 180 last year). As Southern Fried’s Scottie Harvey put it, Charles packed the place one more time.

Bill Behrens opened the show paying tribute to Charles. Behrens said Charles brought the tradition of Thanksgiving night wrestling back to Georgia last year. BB’s team (SFCW tag champs Master and Machine) weren’t on the card but he wanted to do something for the show.

Behrens proceeded to sing the national anthem and did damn fine job of it.

Saturday, November 24, 2018

It's Never Sunny in Mattlanta - Episode 85


Hensley's Top 100 List for 2018

From Scott Hensley:

For the 4th year in a row, I’ve compiled my top 100 professional wrestlers in the Mid to North Georgia region.

2018 was an interesting year for the area filled with graduations to bigger opportunities, lots of debuts, many veterans and newcomers stepping in to fill holes left from retiring and leaving stars, and an emotional goodbye to SFCW owner Charles Anschutz.

My criteria this year was wrestlers who wrestled approximately 10 matches or more in the state of Georgia in 2018 with categories for judgment being Total overness, wrestling ability, entertainment ability, potential, hustle, and peer respect.

As always, please feel free to disagree. This list only represents my opinion and I’m just as human as anyone else so there’s things I don’t know, things I have different opinions on, and some things may just flat out be mistakes.

If you want to be considered for my list then this year(I can always update it) or next year - then please message me. If you don’t know who I am then I likely don’t know who you are. If I know who you are then I probably thought you didn’t work enough matches in the state, I think the people included are better by the criteria or I’ve made a mistake.

I chose not to include people like Kyle Matthews or Gunner Miller due to inactivity. I have “graduated” Anthony Henry(who DID have 10+ matches in Georgia), Austin Theory, Odinson, and Fred Yehi from the list.

Lots of new names on the list, which is exciting. I hope people can feel rewarded with recognition and challenged to move up as many have done over the years!

Some of the numbers are neat to see. I’ve never charted it out or referenced previous years before. You’ll see some numbers actually correlate to something and others clearly demonstrate that the guy probably got some sort of random ranking from me because I know he contributes but I’m not super familiar with them.

If a guy has stayed at the same place for years and years and isn’t doing anything new or interesting, then his ranking likely stayed the same or fell from last year to this year.

Key:

Ranking, Name, (2015 rank, 2016 rank, 2017 rank - spots moved up since last year)

1. Corey Hollis (4, 4, 6, +5) - Hollis adds more than any other guy according to my criteria. He’s as hatable as they come and will never be seen laughing it up with fans. He’s a true heel. Maybe THE true heel of Georgia wrestling.

2. Slim J (7, 10, 9, +7) - North Carolina and PWX got a taste of what Georgia has been able to see for years. Slim ages like fine wine and just keeps getting better. He has tremendous mat wrestling ability and defies gravity and maybe biology with his high flying and contortions.

3. AC Mack (NA, 51, 31, +28) - “HUSH!” Mack has seized the top spot more than any other wrestler in Georgia in 2018. He’s quietly added size and has a presence that can’t be forgotten. He’s a guy that I hope can graduate from this list by 2020.

4. Billy Buck (13, 29, 17, +13) - I never dreamed I could boo Billy Buck but with Team TAG, he’s become an obnoxious and confident veteran that continues to have emotion inducing matches. He’s one of many veterans that stepped up when many others stepped out.

5. Ike Cross (NA, NA, 36, +31) - Talk about a guy who has stepped up. The sky is the limit for Cross who combines ridiculous athleticism with power and a contagious charisma.

6. Logan Creed (53, 37, 33, +27) - Creed is yet another veteran guy that has proven he’s a main event guy to every promotion within the state and he’s a guy that just keeps putting in the work and getting results.

7. Joey Lynch (61, 22, 10, +3) - Lynch started 2018 with a rough injury but has pressed on to become a singles and tag team attraction. Lynch won the 2018 Scenic City Invitational and has continued to travel the country.

8. Sal Rinuaro ( 6, 7, 8, +0) - Sal is one of the last vets standing from the 1990’s who is active on a weekly basis in Georgia wrestling. The fact that he didn’t move up isn’t a knock on him - it’s a testament to his continued commitment to perform at the high level he does.

9. Kevin Blue ( 45, 46, 15, +6) - Another guy that has continued to improve year after year. As part of Team TAG, he elicits emotion and has built momentum in Georgia.

10. Joe Black (NA, 23, 47, +37) - Big jump for a super talented guy that has been given the ball at AWE.

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Anarchy Wrestling HYPE TV Episode 13

From Larry Goodman:

Featuring GB1C (Rivera & Wolverton) & Sal Rinauro vs. Seth Delay & Marcus Kross & Griff Garrison, Logan Creed promo and Logan Creed highlights.

USA Championship Wrestling TV for November 10

From Larry Goodman:

Episode 34 featuring an appearance by Tony Atlas

IWA Florida TV Taping in Orlando on November 24

From Alfred Feliciano:  

IWA Florida will have their second television tapings live from the Pro Wrestling 2.0 Dojo, 4709 Distribution Court #7, Orlando, Florida. Advertised: Shane Sewell, "El Boricua Mayor"Savio Vega, "El Controversial" Sr.C, The War Pigs, Robyn Ivory, Willie Urbina, Jose Mateo and many more. General Admission:$20.00 Kids 10 and under:$15.00 the first 50 tickets sold will have front row seats while supplies last. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time starts at 7:00 PM. for more info go to IWA Florida's Facebook page

Georgia Premier Wrestling in Canton on December 8

From Larry Goodman:

Georgia Premier Wrestling presents Shots Fired on December 8 in Canton, GA at the Old Buffington School Gym. GPW Southern States Title Match: Jaxson Cassel (c) (with Logan Chase) vs. Ray Ray; GPW Cruiserweight Title Match: Torque (c) vs. Bobby Flaco; Relenza vs, Matt Sells & Ryan Rembrandt; Cuzin Shaggy vs. QT Marshall, Cody Vance vs. Musa; James Bandy vs. Talon Williams and Jessica Leigh & Shalandra Royal vs Rock-C & Black Widow. Belltime 7:30 pm.

Southern Honor Wrestling in Canton on December 7

From Larry Goodman:

Southern Honor Wrestling presents Winter Rising in Canton at the Action Building on Friday, December 7 featuring Austin Theory, Kiera Hogan, Logan Creed, Jimmy Rave, Rey Fury vs. Alex Cruz, Southern Honor Champion Kevin Ryan defends his title vs. Sunny Daze in a tables match, plus a four-way for the number contendership - Ashton Starr vs. Owen Knight vs. Dax Anthony vs. Jordan Kingsley. Bell time is 8 pm. Tickets available at  southernhonorwrestling.com

Universal Independent Wrestling in Buchanan on November 24

From Larry Goodman:

UIW presents One Last Time on Saturday, November 24 in Buchanan GA at the Callaway Livestock Pavilion with a special 7 pm bell time. Rumble at the Pavilion; So Fine Mafia (Frankie Valentine & Brad Lynch with The Mercenary) vs Jimmy the Kid & Mystery Partner (with Terry "Rocker" Lawler; Adrian Armour vs Ben Buchanan with (Bull Buchanan); Title vs Title: "GWC Champion" Joe Black vs "UIW Champion" Chris Crunkk; Stupid vs Josh Storm; "The Working Team Captain" Owen Knight vs "Do or Die" Chip Day, plus Lamar Phillips, Left Hand Path, Bobby Moore, and Blacklist Uno. Ringside tickets are $8, bleachers $6.

Monday, November 19, 2018

Puerto Rican Wrestling News and Notes

From Alfred Feliciano:

This last Saturday November 17, 2018 was the beginning of WWE Survivor Series 2018 weekend with WWE NXT: Takeover War Games live from Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on the WWE Network. 

In Puerto Rico, the National Pro Wrestling Alliance in association with World Wrestling Council and Orlando, Florida's XWE promotion were live at the Cancha Bajo Techo Barrio Quebrada Cruz in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico with their pre-Thanksgiving event called Consequences. With a sold out crowd of almost 1000 fans, the entire card was a huge hit. The first of the double main event had the essence and ramifications of Survivor Series itself, where "La Chica de la Actitud" Roxxy had to put not only the XWE Women's Championship but also her eleven year career as a women's wrestler on the line against "The American Kaiju" Lindsay Snow for the third and final time. Throughout the match. both women put their bodies on the line all over the arena. Roxxy finally defeated Snow still being the XWE Women's Champion and with her wrestling career intact. After the match, "El Mago de la Maldad" El Wizard was beaten badly with fans hitting him with a belt. Wizard was insulting Snow for losing the match. making her angry enough to put Wizard in a MMA leg lock. Our friends from Contralona spoke with "The American Kaiju" on her loss.

Anarchy Wrestling in Cornelia on November 24

From Larry Goodman:

Anarchy Wrestling presents War of the Worlds on November 24 at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia with an 8 pm bell time featuring Azrael & Logan Creed vs. Mikael Judas & Stryknyn. This is a HYPE taping for FITE.tv Front row tickets are adults $12 and kids $10 General admission adults $10 and kids $8.

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling in Monroe on Thanksgiving Night

From Larry Goodman:

SFCW returns to action on Thanksgiving Night in Monroe at the Boys and Girls Club with the inaugural Charles William Anschutz Memorial Tournament and Bobby Moore vs. Adrian Hawkins with no count out and no DQ - If Moore wins, Hawkins must leave SFCW, if Hawkins wins, Moore must return to the Approved. Bell time is 7 pm.

Disruptor Pro Results from Cornelia on November 17


From Larry Goodman:

Disruptor Pro Results from Cornelia at the Landmark Arena with reported attendance of 125.

Vary Morales defeated "The Psycho Punk" Michael Manson in Piรฑata Pandemonium

"The Alpha Male" Marcus Adams defeated "The Glitch" Kai Fayden

The Gym Nasty Boys defeated The Ugly Ducklings and The Dudes in a Triple Threat Tag Team Elimination Match

"The King" Rey Fury defeated Beastly

"The Lethal Dose" Stryknyn defeated "The Man Scout" Jake Manning

Vandal Ortagun defeated "The Kayode" Tim Miller

"The Ballsy Badass" Shotzi Blackheart defeated "The Weapon of Sass Destruction" Effy

Jeff G. Bailey Rides Space Mountain

From Larry Goodman:

Jeff G. Bailey, 13 time Manager of the Year for the state of Georgia, disappeared from Anarchy Wrestling earlier this year, and was said to be living on a private island. Little did we know.



Blackist Uno on AWE Rebranding

From Larry Goodman:

AWE's supreme and fearless leader, Blacklist Uno (fka Murder One), posted the following on the Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment Facebook page regarding the rebranding of the company. 

There is a little confusion on what I said during my Facebook Live last week, and then a report by dumb ass Larry Goodman who is always stirring the pot. Larry is uninformed and twisting words and always casting a shadow of doubt on what I do.

This will explain it from ME to you in writing so you can understand the future surrounding Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment.

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment Announces Final Show

From Larry Goodman:

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment has announced that after four and a half years, the AWE brand will come to an end as of Show of the Year on December 27 in Jonesboro at Furnace 41.

AWE's Josh Wheeler said a new promotion with a different concept would emerge in 2019. Blacklist Uno's Facebook live video on the subject said the new brand would put the accent on competition, aggression and combat entertainment and there would be "no room for your f'n dives, no room for 45 transitions to get to a hiptoss."

AWE season tickets will be honored by the new promotion.