Friday, September 22, 2017

SFCW Crossroads Preview for Tomorrow Night in Monroe

From Charles Anschutz:

Southern Fried Wrestling returns with possibly the biggest show of the year in Georgia. Here's a preview of the night's matches.

First off there is a Five Way Double Jeopardy match. The participants include the "Approved Apprentice" Kenji Brea who is out to prove that Adrian Hawkins made the right decision in bringing him to the Approved much to the leader of the Jimmy Rave Approved Jimmy Rave himself. Then there's Ike Cross who is looking to make his mark on his own and out of the umbrella of the 13th Floor. Johnny Nixx looks to keep improving his stock in the company with a chance to break out of the pack. Both Aaron Epic and Slade Porter are unfamiliar to Southern Fried fans but have made their mark in Florida and are looking to expand their influence in Georgia. In this match there must two winners and they face off at the next Southern Fried in Covington on October 14 for a chance at the Phase 1 Trophy holder Brian Kane (who still hasn't cashed in his title shot).

Modern Vintage Wrestling Television

Episode 25


CWF Mid-Atlantic Television

Episode 123


Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment in Marietta on September 24

From GWH News:

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment will be at the Marrietta Event Hall in Marietta, GA on September 24.  Advertised:  Priscilla Kelly vs. Aria Blake.  Isla Dawn vs. Kamilla Kaine  Also advertised are Darby Allin, Daniel Richards.  The venue is located at 1033 Franklin Gateway Southeast.  Tickets are $25 at the door front row seat, $18.75 advance front row, $15 standing pit, $15 at the door general admission and $11.25 advance general admission.  Doors open at 3:30 PM and bell time is at 4:05.

Renegade Championship Wrestling in Chatsworth on September 23

From GWH News:

Renegade Championship Wrestling will be at the RCW Arena in Chatsworth, GA on September 23.  Advertised:  Zach Malone defends the RCW No Limits championship against the winner of Develine/Manson.  Matt Develine vs. Paul Manson to determine the #1 contender for the RCW No Limits championship.  The winner then moves onto the main event to face Zach Malone.  The Rebel Alliance vs. Hardcore Productions (John Arden & Billy Love).  Mizfitz (Joey Idol & Charles Allen) vs. Big Red Adams & Josh Vaughn.  Rick Hayes vs. Mike Clay.  Also advertised are Ethan Cage, The Revenant (Aiden Wright & Alex Michaels), Cross, Peewee.  The venue is located at 806 North 2nd Avenue.  Tickets are $6 and free for children under 7.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

September 22 Birthdays and Memoriams

Ole Anderson, Bob Sapp, and Scott East celebrate birthdays today.

Charro Aguayo died at the age of 67 on this day in 1963, and Stanislaus Zbyszko passed at 88 in 1967. Ray Traylor (a/k/a the Big Bossman) was 42 when he passed away on this day in 2004, and Giant Gonzales died at 44 in 2010. Eddie Smith died at the age of 84 on this day in 2011.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on September 22

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on September 22.  Advertised:  Brandon Parker, Jeremy Vain, Xander Ramon, James Boulevard, Jamie Hall, Carnage, Scott Mayson, Hoss Michaels, Sam Kooper.  The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 7:45 PM and bell time is at 8:15.

National Championship Wrestling in Cornelia on September 22

From GWH News:

National Championship Wrestling will be at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA on September 22.  Advertised:  AC Mack vs. Odinson.  Zach Daniels vs. Kenji Brea.  Ryan Rembrandt vs. Ashton Starr.  Jaxon Vile defends the NCW Junior Heavyweight championship against Brent Banner.  The Misfits (Tommy Maserati & Alan Angels) vs. Matt Gilbert & David Ali.  Kurt Kyle vs. Manson.  The venue is located at 4246 Level Grove Road.  Tickets are $5.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on September 22

From GWH News:

ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont, AL on September 22.  Advertised:  The Chosen Ones (Big Tomb, Dameon Ceretone & Ace Haven)(w/Amy Haven) vs. The Lefthand Path (Donnie Primetime, Eric Silva & Alister Crowe)(w/Mathias Darkthorne).  Daniel Divine vs. Tyler Swagger.  Josh O'Hagan vs. Ayden Andrews.  Also advertised are the Greenhorn Militia (Shean Christopher & B-What), Kevin Ryan, Victor Andrews, Tyler Gage.  The venue is located at 627 Southern Avenue.  Tickets are $8 and free for children under 5.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

WWA4 in Atlanta on September 21

From GWH News:

WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on September 21.  The venue is located at 152 Selig Drive Southwest Suite C.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on September 20

From Brian Slack:

Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on September 20 for a TV taping.  Results:

Dark matches:  The Void (Jade Dawson & Chace Destiny (w/Little Damion) defeated Houdini & Willie Cranium.  Cash Flo (w/Josh Ashcraft & Dapper Dan) defeated Dre Blitz. 

Episode 944:  David Lee Lorenze III & Randall Floyd (w/Jaylee) defeated Logan James & KTD.  Sam Thompson defeated Apollo Garvin by DQ.  Aloicious Hamilton, Reverend Stuart Miles & Billy Oceans defeated The Bro Godz (Colton Cage & Dustin Jackson).  Michael Hayes defeated Big Zo.  Jaylee (w/David Lee Lorenze III & Randall Floyd) defeated Jessie Belle (w/Shane Andrews) to retain the OVW Women's championship.  Tyler Matrix defeated Dapper Dan (w/Josh Ashcraft & Cash Flo) to retain the OVW Heavyweight championship.

Dark matches:  Cali defeated Torey Payne.  Aloicious Hamilton, Reverend Stuart Miles & Billy Oceans defeated Christian Henandez, Colton Cage & Dustin Jackson.

SWA Deep South Results from Pavo on September 16


The night’s show began with General Manager Blaze making his way to the ring and announcing that over the last month, management had been behind the scenes making some changes. The first of these was that NWA Southeastern, for the foreseeable future would now be known simply as SWA Deep South, a subsidiary of the Southeastern Wrestling Association.

He then noticed that Mason Price, the man he’d just suspended indefinitely was sitting in the crowd. He reminded him that he was not allowed at the event. However, Mason produced a ticket and stated that he was a paying member of the crowd and there was nothing Blaze could do about that.

“The Remedy” Will Hall then introduced to the ring…SWA Deep South Senior Referee Kyle Dubbya. Dubbya stepped into the ring and began to recant the events of the end of the last show in Pavo just one month ago. He said that Mason had held back his father and forced him to watch while he assaulted Dubbya…on his father’s birthday no less.

Dubbya continued by saying that he was proud of his body of work in this business, but he could not allow himself or his family to be put in that predicament again. He stated that while he could wrestle Price…he did not have Mason’s training…and would not be stupid enough to step in the ring with Mason.

So, with a heavy heart…he told Price and the people of Pavo that after he refereed the main event on that night, he would be stepping down as SWA Deep South Senior Referee.

This was met with elation and a goodbye chant from Mason. As Dubbya began to leave to a chorus of fans telling him to reconsider, Kyle was met with the arrival of…”Flash ‘n’ Cash” Hayden Price coming from the entrance way.

He began laughing and fake crying about Dubbya’s announcement. He then stated that if he had been there a month prior, he would have made sure that Dubbya did not return.

He turned his attention to the thorn in his side known as Effy. He said that he would no longer be giving Effy anymore Title chances. He said that Effy would need to start at the bottom and climb the proverbial “ladder” to get to him again. He said that this would start later tonight.

Suddenly, he was cut-off by the arrival of…The Hardway Brothers. They reminded Mason that last month they’d attempted to injure them and send them into early retirement. They said they wanted revenge…and that they would do anything they had to do to get their hands on the Deep South Tag Team Champions!

Once the ring was cleared, the first match was announced to be a tag team match. The two teams would be Ryan Phoenix & “Delicious” Don Yoder taking on the Knightmare Syndicates’ Aiden & Alexander Knight. Aiden looked to have the match won, but Ryan was able to duck a kick from Knight. Phoenix then pushed Aiden into his brother Alexander. Aiden was able to stop himself short of hitting Alex, but Yoder quickly pulled Alex off the apron. With the momentary distraction of Aiden & Referee David Lee, Phoenix was able to hit a low blow for the illegitimate but decisive win on this occasion.

The next match of the evening was set to be a fatal 4-way match with no disqualifications. This match was to help determine the #1 contender for the Deep South Cruiserweight Championship, currently held by Re-Genesis member Hunter Law. The matches participants included Bred 4 War members Chris Spyder & Fatality, “The #1 Stunnuh” Dark Rage, and “The PopStar” Johnny Romano. B4W banded together to try and show dominance, but Rage & Romano worked together to fend them off. However, Johnny quickly turned on Rage, telling him that he wanted to win to get the Title he felt he never should have lost. Following finisher after finisher, it was Johnny hitting Rage with the Pop Drop. Before he could make the pin, though, Hayden Price ran down and knocked Johnny to the mat. Price then dragged the lifeless body of…Spyder on top for Rage for the win. As the referee struggled to get Chris to his feet and raise his arm, the other 3 men in the match looked on in much the same bewilderment as Spyder did.

The third match of the night saw Ox Haney, the undisputed SWA Heavyweight Champion, defending against a very familiar opponent in Street Bandit. Early on, it was clear that Bandit planned to use his handcuffs and use his regular dirty tactics. However, Haney found them hiding in a turnbuckle pad and had them taken from ringside. Street was not happy with this and proceeded to try and take down Haney by working and debilitating the arm the Champion uses to perform his Never Wake Up Finisher. Ox fought back, attempted one NWU but was unable to get the pin because of using his already injured arm. After a bit more damage to Haney’s arm, the defending Champion was finally able to hit the NWU and used the good arm to roll up Bandit for the win.

In what could be called a wrestling clinic, the masked sensation known as Lucha Locura took on a true professional of wrestling, Santos. Locura used his quick thinking and speed to take the early advantage. However, Santos was able to gain the upper hand, slowing things down and going after the leg of Locura. Santos used a plethora of maneuvers to try and take out the leg of Locura, but somehow Lucha was able to hit an amazing superkick to a seated Santos. He then gingerly picked up Santos and was able to hit the Locura Driver for the win.

The scheduled main event was set to be “The Feminist Icon” Effy in his first match on a quest to get another Title shot at Hayden Price. His first opponent: Zane Stevens. Stevens’ plan was to make this night a long one for the Weapon of Sass Destruction. The two men went back and forth, taking the battle and showing why both men had received numerous Title opportunities in promotions all over the southeast. As Effy attempted his rainmaker boot, Zane countered and attempted to reverse it. However, it was Effy who reversed it again and was able to successfully connect with his rainmaker boot for the win.

As Referee Dubbya helped Eff to his feet and raised his hand in victory, tears began to fall as the realization came that this was really going to be Dubbya’s last match refereeing for the good people of Pavo. The two shared an embrace as the crowd in attendance began to chant “Please Don’t Go” as Dubbya waved to the crowd and headed out of the ring to give Effy his moment of victory.

As Effy stood in the ring, though, he was attacked from behind by…Mason Price?! As he began waylaying Effy with the chair, the Hardway Brothers emerged from the curtain and Mason scurried out of the ring. He was soon joined by fellow Re-Genesis member Hayden Price.

Dillinger & Marcus grabbed the mic and told Mason that the beating and sneak attacks…and attempts to injure anyone, not in Re-Genesis…was going to stop! With that, they challenged Mason to face them…right then and right there!

Mason said that he was suspended and that Hayden had been given the night off. So, they were leaving and there was nothing to be proven by them.

As they began to leave, General Manager Blaze came out and told them…once again…that he was in charge…not them. He said that with his stake in SWA, overseeing divisions in Florida, Georgia, & Alabama, he was going to have to delegate some of his duties. He continued by saying that he felt the decision of what to do with the Hardways and Mason Price would be the perfect way for the new SWA Deep South commissioner he’d appointed to introduce himself and enforce his new power.

With that, music began to fill the arena as the Pavo faithful awaited the arrival of the new commissioner. Finally, a figure backs out of the curtain and revealed himself to be…Kyle Dubbya?!

The crowd erupted as the Hardways celebrated in the ring and Mason Price began the stomp the ground and look away unable to believe what had just transpired.

Dubbya stepped in the ring and reminded Mason of what he’d said earlier in the night. He’d said that some would like and dislike his decision…and he saw Price’s reaction when he came out and knew Mason was not happy.

He was reminded that Mason was suspended so he could not wrestle that night. Dubbya agreed…then said that he would just have to lift Mason’s suspension! He then said that if Mason refused to wrestle tonight…not only would he be stripped of the belt…but he would be banished from Deep South…forever!

Mason, with no other options, & Hayden stepped into the ring and began to battle with the Hardway Brothers. After somehow getting the upper hand, Mason & Hayden proceeded to literally “bury” the Hardways in a sea of steel chairs.

Finally, Effy led the locker room, both bad & good, to the ring to run the Re-Genesis members out of the ring. He then told them that the locker room was united…against Re-Genesis…and would no longer allow them to do whatever they want to whomever they want whenever they wanted! He continued by saying if they showed their faces in Pavo again…they would have to deal…with all of them!

As the show came to a close, the final moments saw the Hardways saying that they wanted to end this…in any match…to finally get the Deep South Tag Team Champions in a match and Commissioner Dubbya telling them to follow him to go see what they could do.

What will happen to Re-Genesis now that the locker room members, both bad & good, are now united against Re-Genesis?

How will Re-Genesis respond to Effy’s proclamation?

Will the Hardway Brothers finally get their match with Mason Price & Tony Storm?

We may not know until the next time SWA Deep South returns to the Peacock Center.

However, SWA Hybrid will return to Midland City, AL Saturday night, September 23rd.

The stars of SWA will be out on that night. Will you?!

Premiere Wrestling Xperience Results from Shelby on September 16


PWX Pure Pre-Show

TK Stark defeated Devin Cruise & “Mr. Amazing” Michael Spencer

Mister Sleaze Erik Thompson defeated Drew Adler

High Profile (Shea Shea McGrady & Will Demented) defeated Ian Maxwell & “Wonderboy” Robyn Golphin


He Who Cast The First Stone

It didn’t take long for The Syndicate to make their presence known as THE Tommy Thomas and “The Human T-Rex” Montana Black interrupted ring announcer Johnathan Feltner’s introductions and Thomas escorted the suspended PWX Tag Team Champions Timmy Lou Retton & BOSS into the venue. Thomas told PWX Owner Brian Kanabroski that the champs were paying customers and could not be turned away so the champs took their seats at ringside.

PWX Innovative Television Champion “The Revolutionary” Darius Lockhart defeated Nathan Cruz to retain the championship

Following the match, Chip Day met Lockhart on the entrance way just to remind him he still holds the “Opportunity Knocks” contract entitling him to a Championship match of his choosing at any time before the Rise of a Champion next year.

Chip Day defeated David Starr in a hard-hitting matchup

Aerial Monroe defeated Lady Katherine Darcy via submission with the “Monroe Special”

Elijah Evans IV defeated Ethan Case, Jason Cade, Fred Yehi, and Alexander James to earn the second spot in this year’s X-16 Tournament

“The Governor” Martin Stone defeated “The Southern Savior” John Skyler

Once again Corey Hollis cost Skyler a big victory and things boiled over between the former best friends. After months of prodding and manipulation, Skyler struck the first blow on Hollis and it took the entire PWX locker room to break the two apart. It was announced later in the night that an UNSANCTIONED Street Fight will take place between the two October 21st when PW X returns to Cabarrus Arena & Events Center in Concord, North Carolina

Jonathan Gresham defeated Tracer X via submission

The Ugly Ducklings (Rob Killjoy & Lance Lude) w/ Coach Mikey defeated Manscout Jake Manning & White Mike

Following this match, The former PWX Tag Team Champions The Ugly Ducklings went after the current champions The Syndicate at ringside, a brawl broke out and Timmy Lou Retton and BOSS were escorted from the building by PWX Owner and COO Brian Kanabroski and the Shelby Police Department.

PWX World Heavyweight Champion Anthony Henry w/ Amber Young defeated “The New Age Enforcer” James Drake to retain the championship. This was a stellar main event that saw Drake nearly win the Championship in his hometown on several occasions but in the end, Elijah Evans IV drove a sledgehammer into the skull of Drake and Henry took advantage to retain.

Check out the main page in the coming weeks as well as follow @PWXWrestling and our editor @The1andonlyJer on twitter and ‘like’ the PWX Facebook page for more match announcements for our next show on October 21st in Concord!

Mountain Championship Wrestling Results from Pikeville on September 16

From Brian Slack:

Mountain Championship Wrestling was in Pikeville, TN on September 16.  Results:  Tyler Bivins defeated Grand Moki.  Team DNA defeated New Age Demons to become the #1 contenders for the MCW Tag Team championships.  Thundercat defeated Russian Yeti #2.  David Knox defeated DeVito.  Big Heavy defeated Chris Cross by DQ.  The Faction of Chaos defeated Big Heavy, Grand Moki & Thundercat.  Big Rig defeated Eric Michaels by DQ.

Note:  The Faction of Chaos purchased the AIWF 6 man tag team championships from David Knox & Tyler Bivins.

Modern Vintage Wrestling Results from Gibsonville on September 16


FULL RESULTS FROM MODERN VINTAGE WRESTLING AT THE MID-ATLANTIC SPORTATORIUM:

Thank you to all the fans who jam-packed the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium for an amazing atmosphere all night long!

1.) DIRTY DADDY def. MIKE MARS with an inside cradle.
After the bout, Dirty was jumped by DONNIE DOLLARS and Mars until SNOOTY FOXX made the save.

2.) SNOOTY FOXX def. DONNIE DOLLARS by pinfall following a spear.

3.) CALEB KONLEY def. JOEY LYNCH with a rolling reverse and illegally hooking the tights in a match that tore the house down with thunderous "please come back" chants for both men.

4.) ETHAN SHARPE & DR. DANIEL C. ROCKINGHAM upset SEAN & MARK DENNY, the GEORDIE BULLDOGS, after miscommunication between the brothers

5.) Modern Vintage Wrestling Champion JASON KINCAID def. CAIN JUSTICE by pinfall to retain his title.
After the bout, Kincaid spoke about his upcoming title defense in November at WrestleCade against Lucha Underground's REY FENIX and GFW's ANDREW EVERETT, where Kincaid vowed to raise the prestige of his championship by taking on all comers on any given night. 

6.) CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion TREVOR LEE def. "THE MONSTER" ABYSS in a Monster's Ball to retain the championship.

7.) CHET STERLING, MECHA MERCENARY, AARON BIGGS & "THE 1ST" RIC CONVERSE def. C.W. ANDERSON, ZANE DAWSON, DAVE DAWSON & ARIK "ACE" ROYAL in War Games: The Match Beyond. Throughout the bout, Anderson's team constantly interfered with gatekeeper JAMES J. DILLON, including at one point preventing Mecha Mercenary from entering the cage for several minutes. Toward the bout's conclusion, the Dawsons physically forced the cage door open and attempted to lock Sterling's partners out of the cage, creating a 4 on 1 against Sterling. Sterling's partners turned the tide against Royal and the Dawsons and with C.W. Anderson potentially facing a 4 on 1 disadvantage, it was Dillon himself who slammed the cage door shut and locked out Anderson's partners instead.

After the bout, JJ Dillon entered the cage to congratulate the winning team and suggested that Sterling himself be added to the Modern Vintage Wrestling Championship bout taking place at Showcase of Champions during WrestleCade weekend making the scheduled triple threat match a fatal four way. Modern Vintage officials quickly adhered to the request and officially added Chet Sterling to the bout.

September 21 Birthdays and Memoriams

Ricky Morton and Scott Hudson celebrate birthdays today.

Brother Jonathan died at the age of 83 on this day in 1987, and Ted Petty (a/k/a Rocco Rock) was 49 when he passed in 2002.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Fundraiser Event at Landmark Arena on October 1

From Larry Goodman:

A benefit event for 3-year old Janie Strong will take place on Sunday, October 1 at 3 pm at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA. 

Janie is  diagnosed with leukemia and is the cousin of Alan Angels who wrestles for WWA4, NCW, TWE and others.

Wrestlers advertised to appear include AR Fox, Fred Yehi, Darby Allin, Th13teenth Floor, Ashton Starr, Andrew Duckworth, AC Mack and many more. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

September 20 Birthdays and Memoriams

Tony Garea, Ethan Page, Dustin Bozworth and Arn Anderson celebrate birthdays today.

Johnny Barend died at the age of 82 on this day in 2011, and Angelo Savoldi was 99 when he passed in 2013.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Anarchy Wrestling in Cornelia on September 23

From GWH News:

Anarchy Wrestling will be at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA on September 23.  Advertised:  Gunner Miller (w/Jeff G Bailey) defends the Anarchy Heavyweight championship against Cyrus the Destroyer.  Lynch Mob (Joey Lynch & Matt Lynch) vs. the Hate Junkies (Dany Only & Stryknyn) vs. Team TAG (Kevin Blue & Chris Spectra).  AJ Gray vs. Billy Buck.  Rahne Victoria vs. Crystal Rose.  Also advertised are Jacob Ashworth, Chris Crunk, Brad Cash, KT Hamil, Alex Rudolph.  The venue is located at 4246 Level Grove Road.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Big Time Wrestling in Spartanburg on September 23

From GWH News:

Big Time Wrestling will be at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium in Spartanburg, SC on September 23.  Advertised:  Rock, Funk & Roll (Terry Funk, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) vs. The King's Memphis Mafia (Jerry Lawler, Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert).  Billy Gunn vs. Gangrel.  Also advertised are Sgt Slaughter, Kevin Nash, Magnum TA, Tommy Rich, Jimmy Valiant, Flex Armstrong.  The venue is located at 385 North Church Street.  Tickets are $99 rows A & B, $54 rows C & D, $34 the remainder of ringside seats and $24 general admission.  The meet & greet starts at 5:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Notes:  Tickets for rows A & B also include a Kevin Nash photo op and autograph.  Autograph & photo op tickets are also for sale.  The Kevin Nash combo is $50.  The Jerry Lawler and Sgt Slaughter combos are $40 each.  The Billy Gunn combo is $30.  The Brian Christopher combo is $20.  All combos include an autograph and a photo op.  

Georgia Premier Wrestling in Canton on September 23

From GWH News:

Georgia Premier Wrestling will be at the Old Buffington Elementary Gym in Canton, GA on September 23.  Advertised:  Menace vs. Cyrus the Destroyer.  Vary Morales vs. Matt Cross.  The Movement (Chip Hazard & Talon Williams) defends the GPW Tag Team championships against The Good Ole Boys (Cuzin Cletus & Cuzin Shaggy).  If the Good Ole Boys lose, they must leave GPW.  Ricky Reyes vs. Kyle Matthews.  Ray Ray vs. Andrew Duckworth.  The Hatter vs. Big John.  The venue is located at 4568 Cumming Highway.  Tickets are $10 and $5 children under 12.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Wrestling Superstar in Bayamon on September 23

From GWH News:

Wrestling Superstar will be at the Jose Pepin Cestero Arena in Bayamon, Puerto Rico on September 23.  Advertised:  Ricky Banderas vs. Johnny Mundo.  Rey Mysterio Jr vs. Brian Cage vs. MVP vs. John Yurnet in a fatal four way.  Ivelisse Velez defends the Wrestling Superstar Women's championship against Taya Valkyrie.  El Cuervo vs. Mike Mendoza vs. Angel Fashion.  Also advertised are Star Roger, Savio Vega, Monster Pain, Thunder & Lighting, El Boricua Guerrero, Victor the Bodyguard Jr (w/Chicky Starr & Angel Rodriguez).  Tickets are $100 VIP, $60 ringside and $15 general admission.  Bell time is at 8:30 PM.

Notes:  VIP tickets include a meet & greet.  Tickets are already on sale all over Puerto Rico for fans on the island and fans who will be visiting the island that weekend.  You can purchase tickets online at PRTickets or by calling (787)303-0334.  Tickets can also be purchased at the Music Stop Record Shop located at the Canton Mall in Bayamon by calling (787)787-3542.  Tickets are also on sale at the Music Stop Record Shop located at the Cantón Mall in  Bayamón call (787) 787-3542.  

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling in Monroe on September 23

From GWH News:

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling will be at Felker Gym in Monroe, GA on September 23.  Advertised:  Odinson defends the SFCW Heavyweight Mikael Judas.  Corey Hollis vs. Chip Day.  Gladiator Jeremiah vs. Jimmy Rave in a 30 minute iron man match.  Todd Sexton vs. Drew Blood.  Geter vs. Tetchi Makuji.  Rave Approved (Adrian Hawkins & Bobby Moore) vs. The Hooligans (Mason Cutter & Devin Cutter).  The venue is located at 725 South Madison Avenue.  Tickets are $15 floor and $12 bleacher.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Real Pro Wrestling in Ave Maria on September 23

From GWH News:

Real Pro Wrestling will be at the Martial Arts Fitness Academy in Ave Maria, FL on September 23.  The venue is located at 5330 Ave Maria Boulevard.  Tickets are $10 at the door, $8 advance and $8 children under 13.  Doors open at 7:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.  

Note:  There will also be a pre-show bonus match at 7:45.

NWA Mid-South in Dyersburg on September 23

From GWH News:

NWA Mid-South will be at the Herb Welch WrestlePlex in Dyersburg, TN On September 23.  Advertised:  Jay Howard defends the NWA Missouri Heavyweight championship against Jakob Edwinn.  Also advertised is the Rock N Rap Express.  The venue is located at 1827 Saint John Avenue.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Mountain Championship Wrestling in Monroe on September 23

From GWH News:

Mountain Championship Wrestling will be at the MCW Arena in Pikeville, TN on September 23.  Advertised:  The Throwbacks vs. the New Age Demons.  Also advertised are the Faction of Chaos, Digger James, DeVito.  The venue is located at 97 Tom Pope Road.  Tickets are $7, $4 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Bell time is at 7:00 PM.

Tipping Point Preview

From GWH News:

Drew Blood is the special guest on tonight's edition of Tipping Point. Hosts Stephen Platinum and Larry Goodman will also devote a segment to Bobby Heenan.

Tipping Point for September 19 

All-Star Wrestling Network in Fort Valley on September 22

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network will be at the AWN WrestlePlex in Fort Valley, GA on September 22.  Advertised:  Fry Daddy vs. Logan Creed in a lumberjack match.  Drew Adler vs. Sal Rinauro.  Pain vs. Tyson Dean.  Zac Edwards vs. Kameron Kade.  Stunt Marshall vs. The Shadow.    The venue is located at 1361 Peach Parkway.  Tickets are $8 front row, $7 general admission and free general admission for children under 4.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Resolute Pro Wrestling in Crossville on September 22

From GWH News:

Resolute Pro Wrestling will be at the National Guard Armory in Crossville, TN on September 22.  Advertised:  Cole-Rageous (James Cole & Caleb Courageous) defends the RESOLUTE Tag Team championships against The Mortons (Cody Morton & David Morton).  Also advertised is James Anthony.  The venue is located at 144 Sparta Highway.  Tickets are $7 and free for children under 5.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

NWA Mid-South in Ripley on September 22

From GWH News:

NWA Mid-South will be at the Power Pro Arena in Ripley, TN on September 22.  Advertised:  Meklakov defends the NWA Mid-South Legends & Lions championship against Koko Anderson.  Jakob Edwinn vs. DJ Menace.  Morgan Williams vs. The Tornado.  Also advertised are The Black Hand Rider, Simon Reed, El Amigo Loco.  The venue is located at 207 Washington Street.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

New South Championship Wrestling in Franklin on September 22

From GWH News:

New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on September 22.  Advertised:  Damien Wayne defends the AWA Heavyweight championship against Kahagas.  Arrick Andrews & Derek Neal defends the New South Tag Team championships against Chase Stevens & Mr. USA.  John Irons & Shawn Hurley vs. Reverend Ronny Roberts & Blade.  Vic the Bruiser vs. Connor O'Bryan.  Also advertised is Francisco Ciatso (w/Stormie Lee).  The venue is located at 512 West Madison Street.  Tickets are $8 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Georgia Premier Wrestling in Rossville on September 22

From GWH News:

Georgia Premier Wrestling will be at the Rossville Athletic Center in Rossville, GA on September 22.  Advertised:  Gunner Miller vs. Cyrus the Destroyer.  Ricky Reyes vs. Matt Cross.  The Movement (Chip Hazard & Talon Williams) vs. The Lynch Mob (Joey Lynch & Matt Lynch).  Ben Thrasher vs. Cuzin Cletus.  Andrew Duckworth & Torque vs. The Hateriots (Eli Thompson & Jason Hampton).  JD Rollins vs. Cuzin Shaggy.  The venue is located at 301 Williams Street.  Tickets are $10.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Big Time Wrestling in Raleigh on September 22

From GWH News:

Big Time Wrestling will be at the Dorton Arena in Raleigh, NC on September 22.  Advertised:  The Rock Funk & Roll (Terry Funk, Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) vs. The King's Memphis Mafia (Jerry Lawler, Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert).  Billy Gunn vs. Gangrel.  Also advertised are Sgt Slaughter, Kevin Nash, Tommy Rich, Jimmy Valiant, Flex Armstrong, Todo Loco.  The venue is located at 1025 Blue Ridge Road.  Tickets are $75 front row platinum VIP, $50 golden ringside, $30 ringside and $20 general admission.  Meet & Greet starts at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Notes:  Meet & greet tickets are also available for sale.  The Kevin Nash comb is $50, the Jerry Lawler combo is $40, the Sgt Slaughter combo is $40, the Billy Gunn Combo is $30 and the Brian Christopher combo is $20.  All combos include an autograph and a photo opp.  Front row platinum VIP tickets include a front row seat, a Big Time Wrestling DVD, and a post-show photo op.

Monday, September 18, 2017

All Time Great Passes Away

From Larry Goodman:

Bobby Heenan passed away today at the age of 72. He was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2002 and struggled with serious health issues for the rest of his life.

The Chicago native is widely regarded as one of the greatest manager of all time. Heenan broke into the business in the mid 60s as a manager in Chicago and Indianapolis for Dick the Bruiser's WWA under the name "Pretty Boy" Bobby Heenan. He was a brash young punk, a prolific talker. His long platinum blonde hair was automatic heat.

His television interviews were what made me a wrestling fan.

Heenan also wrestled and was a tremendous bumper. He bled frequently and had the scars on his forehead to prove it.

Heenan's teams (Randy Savage's father Angelo Poffo & Chris Markoff and a poor man's version of the Assassins) were embroiled in feuds with Bruiser and Crusher. He played a pivotal role in Blackjack Lanza's transformation from regional mid-card babyface to main event heel with a national reputation.

Heenan moved on to the AWA where he was known as "Bobby the Brain". Heenan managed AWA Tag Team Champions Nick Bockwinkel and Ray Stevens and The Blackjacks (Mulligan & Lanza). He also managed Bockwinkel during his reign as AWA Heavyweight Champion.

Heenan and Bockwinkel came into Georgia for Georgia Championship Wrestling in 1979 as part of a worked storyline in which Heenan was suspended from the AWA. Heenan also managed "Killer" Karl Kox, with whom he had great chemistry, before returning to the AWA where he stayed until signing with the WWF in 1984. Heenan is said to have honored his contract in finishing up out of respect to Verne Gagne and may have been the only departing talent to do so.

American Wrestling Alliance Television

Episode 4


Appalachian Mountain Wrestling in Frenchburg on September 21

From GWH News:

Appalachian Mountain Wrestling will be at the Menifee County Middle School in Frenchburg, KY on September 21.  Advertised:  Stan Sierra & Beau James (w/Phil Phair) vs. John Noble & Jordan Clearwater.  Mega Destroyer & Stan Lee vs. Kyle Maggard & Eddie Browning.  The venue is located at 59 Indian Creek Road.  Tickets are $13 at the door ringside, $10 advance ringside, $10 bleachers and $5 children under 15 bleachers.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

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September 18 Memoriams

Helmut Kreisch died on this day in 1951, and Ed Don George passed at 80 in 1985. Enrique Llanes was 85 when he passed away on this day in 2004, and Lester Welch died in 2009. Don Fields died at the age of 80 on this day in 2012.

Sunday, September 17, 2017

PCW Sacred Ground: Chapter 8 Report from Porterdale


From Larry Goodman:

“Sometimes fairy tales don’t come true.”

-PCW booker Matt Hankins 

Some did and most definitely did not at Sacred Ground: Chapter 8, Platinum Championship Wrestling’s quintessential event of the year. 

The dream come true was Bill the Butcher defeating Gunner Miller to end his one-year reign and hand Miller only his third loss of 2017. 

With the exception of Sacred Ground 1, the foundation of all of the annual Sacred Ground events has been PCW’s core roster and the compelling nature of their long-arcing stories. That has been increasingly true the past two years with few non-PCW regulars on the card. 

It was a gorgeous night for wrestling at the historic Porterdale Memorial Gym, which is an awesome outdoor venue that provides a dramatic backdrop for the proceedings and there was plenty of drama to be had. Attendance was 225, about the same as last year. 

Great wrestling was not what Sacred Ground 8 will be remembered for. It was more a matter of the matches being good enough to serve as vehicles for compelling stories. 

World Wrestling Council Television

September 16, 2017, episode


USA Championship Wrestling Television

Episode 17


Modern Vintage Wrestling Television

Episode 24


Innovate Pro Wrestling Television

Episode 4


CWF Mid-Atlantic Television

Episode 122


Appalachian Mountain Wrestling Television

September 16, 2017, episode


Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on September 15

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on September 15.  Results:  Hoss Michaels vs. Stryknyn ended after both wrestlers pinned each other.  Both qualified for the Game Changer ladder match.  Oz Knight & Damon Rashad defeated Droxx & Don E.  Josh Ramesy, Logan Blume & BB Natural defeated Damien Sick, Ginger & Diggs.  Scott Mayson defeated Carnage by count out to qualify for the Game Changer ladder match.  Demarko Knight defeated Sam Kooper.  Brandon Parker & Jeremy Vain defeated The Northern Lights (Dynamic Dexter & Stevie Ray Frost) to win the APW Tag Team championships.  Xander Ramon defeated James Boulevard, Hoss Michaels, Stryknyn, Jamie Hall and Scott Mayson in the Game Changer ladder match to win the Game Changer contract, which can be cashed in for a shot at the APW Southern States championship.

Shine Wrestling Results from Ybor City on September 15

From Brian Slack:

Shine Wrestling was in Ybor City, FL on September 15 the SHINE 45 iPPV.  Results:  Kamilla Kaine defeated Miss Hannah.  ACR defeated La Rosa Negra in an anything goes match.  MJ Jenkins defeated Natalia Markova.  Stormie Lee defeated Lady Chardonnay Darcy.  Vanessa Kraven defeated Dementia D'Rose.  Cutie Pie Club (Candy Cartwright, Aria Blake & Kiera Hogan) defeated Lea Nox, Aja Pererra & Dominique Fabiano.  Allysin Kay defeated Brandi Lauren.  Priscilla Kelly defeated Jordynne Grace to retain the SHINE Nova championship.  LuFisto defeated Holidead and Ivelisse in a triple threat match to retain the SHINE Championship.

Resolute Pro Wrestling Results from Crossville on September 15


1. Cole-Rageous [Caleb Courageous & James Cole] defeated DNA [Dallas Troy & Austin Ace] after Courageous pinned Troy with a 450 Splash.

2. Brian Rivers successfully defended the *RESOLUTE* Wrestling P4P Championship against "The Big Picture" Mike Jablonski after a Texas Lariat.

3. The Youngbloodz [Octavius Black & Jay Sparks] defeated The Swamp Mutants [Frankie Swamptower & Mutant Garvin] after Octavius pinned Garvin with a Psycho Driver.

4. Toby Farley defeated Brett Ison via Count Out when The Pitbull refused to return to the ring before the count of 10.

5. Team Valorton [Christopher Carlton & Brian Valor] defeated Freak N Sadistic in a Tennessee Street Fight when Sean Stephen's blasted Draven Lee with a kendo stick and a headlock driver on a chair, allowing Valor to take the pinfall.

Freak N Sadistic is no more & Sean Stephen's is officially the newest member of The Lobo Administration!!!

ProSouth Wrestling Results from Piedmont on September 15

From Brian Slack:

ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on September 15.  Results:  Britt Jackson defeated Alister Crowe by DQ.  Chris McCain defeated Daniel Divine.  Tyler Swagger defeated Jon Averson.  Ayden Andrews defeated Cameron Jackson.  The Left Hand Path (Donnie Primetime, Eric Silva & Alister Crowe) defeated Kelvin Holmes, Brian Pryor & Britt Jackson.  The Greenhorn Militia (B-What & Shean Christopher) defeated The Chosen Ones (Dameon Ceretone & Big Tomb) to retain the ProSouth Tag Team championships.

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