Friday, April 29, 2016
Thursday, April 28, 2016
The wrestling world has been hit hard with the passing of ECW Original: Balls Mahoney and WWE Attitude Era legend: Chyna, the Puerto Rican Indy wrestling scene lost one of their own this past week as John Wrestling Promotion superstar "El Hombre Extremo" Paul Santiago died last Saturday night due to natural and unknown causes. His last match was at the April 15, 2016 JPW event at Chico's Burger in Sabana Grande, Puerto Rico. Santiago has fought throughout the Puerto Rican Indy wrestling circuits throughout the South and West coast of the island from, New Revolution Wrestling to 100% Lucha to WPV Wrestling and of course JPW. This coming Saturday April 30,2016 the JWP event will be live at the Residencial Aponte Arena in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico and it will be dedicated to the memory of the now late JWP Superstar. On my behalf and also on behalf of Georgia Wrestling History News and Notes, we express our deepest sympathies,thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Rest in Peace, El Hombre Extremo.
Also on this coming Saturday night April 30,2016 will be very competitive where the returning World Wrestling League will be having the first Television tapings for America Teve live at the Maxx FC Gym located at the Bayamon Gardens in Bayamon,PR and as previously advertised: with the return of El Leon Apolo and Hercules Gomez, "El Dueno del Espacio" Hiram Tua returns to defend the once again reactivated WWL World Television Championship as well as the still current WWL Six Man World Tag Team Champions: Legio (Spectro,Kronya and Vassago, who since WWL closed down it's doors this past October,2015 before it reopened once again was active as a part of the 100% Lucha invasion to Comerio's CWA Promotion.) will be defending the titles as well. along with other returns and debuts to WWL in their first TV tapings at the Maxx FC Gym in Bayamon. Tickets to go in are $10.00 and Bell time starts at 7:00 PM. while World Wrestling Council will also be live on that night in Bayamon,PR but live at the famous Jose Pepin Cestero Arena in Bayamon,PR at 8:30 PM Bell time where in a triple main event: Carlito Caribbean Cool will defend the WWC Universal Championship against another former WWE Superstar and current TNA Impact Wrestling Superstar and MMA Fighter: Bobby Lashley, Hair vs. Deportation match: where "Mr.Raytings" Ray Gonzales will put his hair on the line against WWE Superstar: Alberto Del Rio's brother, former WWE NXT Superstar: El Hijo De Dos Caras, who if he loses, the former Memo Montenegro has to apologize to the fans of Puerto Rico and will be deported back to Mexico by agents of Dept.of Homeland Security's Immigration and Customs Enforcement. and in a Tables and Ladders match: former WWC Universal Champion:"Mr.450" Jesus De Leon (who will return this week to Puerto Rico after a successful series of matches against Ring of Honor and CZW signee Lio Rush in Florida this past week.) will go up against "El Hombre que no es facil" Gilbert Tickets are $10.00 Adults Kids up to 11 $5.00 they will be on sale at the Pepin Cestero Arena box office throughout this week or call WWC Puerto Rico's offices at 1-787-304-0850.
This past Saturday April 16.2016 live at the Lenin Lopez Coliseum in Guayanilla the live wrestling fundraiser event for leukemia patient Yanialys Cerdo was a huge success that every promotion in Puerto Rico from the legendary World Wrestling Council( which coming real soon will be their 43rd Anniversary Showcase weekend events later this year.), the returning World Wrestling League, Comerio's CWA, Ponce's 100% Lucha among others were on hand. here are two videos of the event to watch thanks to our dear friends at Contralonapr.com
As the countdown to Comerio's CWA's 8th Anniversary Show continues, these two video highlight's from this past Friday April 22 live event called CWA Battle for the Gold at the Fort Buchanan MWR Arena in US Army Base, Fort Buchanan, Guaynabo,PR was a huge success. "La Mina De Oro" Dennis Rivera successfully defeated his former tag team partner,"El Dueño de la Malicia" Noel Rodríguez retaining the CWA World Championship with the help of Ring of Honor triple crown winner: Roderick Strong, and Mr.Big is reinstated once again in CWA.
Two weeks ago in the WPV Promotion in Ponce,PR there was a new WPV Best Indy Wrestler in The South coast of Puerto Rico Cup winner Doom Revier where he fought former Cup winner Nexxen and M.O.D. in a triple threat match Sunday April 10,2016 at the Sector El Paraiso Arena ,Ponce,PR this is the video highlight of the match.as well.plus Factor of Doom and M.O.D. in a meeting.
While Comerio's CWA Promotion's 8th Anniversary show will be live on Saturday May 28,2016. EWO Puerto Rico will also have their live event on that night with the site of their event yet to be named with the match already announced for the vacant EWO World Tag Team Championships on the line and up for grabs; "Los Apostadores Estrellas" Jack Daniels and Mike Piconose will go up against former EWO World Tag Team Champions and still current PWF Florida/House of Lucha World Tag Team Champions: "The SWAT Team" Papi Nieves and Hot Rodz for more matches to be announced stay tuned to the EWO facebook page for more details for now here is a video from "El Magnate Cubano" Rodrgo Garcia in a story line running as the candidate for Puerto Rico's next Governor.
This week: Ponce's 100% Lucha Promotion will be returning live at the Jose Gerardo Tripari Toro Community Center located at Urbanizacion Las Delicias Primera ,Ponce,PR for their Third season You Tube episode tapings on Wednesday April 27,2016 . with special guest appearances from San Juan,PR's Champions Wrestling School superstars Free Admission and bell time starts at 7:30 PM for more information go to the 100% Lucha Facebook page.
On Friday April 29,2016. Comerio's CWA Promotion's road to their eighth anniversary show continues with a special fundraising live wrestling event at the Adolfina Irizarry High School Arena,Toa Baja,PR bell time starts at 7:00 PM and Tickets will be $6.00 proceeds from the ticket sales will go to the will go to the Ashyma Graduating Class of 2016 inside the Adolfina Irizarry High School. this is their poster.
Tonight’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Jay West, Bobby Simmons & Jerry Oates for a discussion on Ann Gunkel's All South Wrestling Alliance, which ran in Georgia from 1972-1974. Legendary referee Charlie Smith will add his thoughts and there will be an update on Mike Norris' upcoming surgery.
The broadcast starts at 8:00 PM ET. Click here to listen live at show time. Feel free to call (347) 324-5735 to join in the conversation.
From Al Haft:
Congratulations to Santana Garrett for winning multiple titles this past weekend. Saturday, she competed in front of 20,000+ at the Earthday Birthday 23 event in Orlando where she became the inaugural EDBD Women's Champion. She competed in four matches and won the title defeating Chelsea Durden. Sunday, Santana Garrett won the main event 10 person over the top rope battle of the Belleview Pro Wrestling event to become the new BPW Heavyweight Champion. Previous champion, Tim Zbyszko, moved out of state and was unable to appear. Santana Garrett last eliminated the first BPW Heavyweight Champion Chico Adams to become the third champion.
Santana now leaves for her third tour of Japan. She's the current Wonder of Stardom Champion. Santana will also be competing in England, Spain, and France following Japan. She return to the states and has future tours coming up such as Mexico in June, Canada in July, and her third trip to Chile in August for Hugo Savinovich's Wrestling Superstar where defeated Taya Valkyrie last week to become the first Women's Champion.
Santana Garrett can be reached on social media at www.twitter.com/SantanaGarrett & www.instagram.com/SantanaGarrett. For booking inquirers, send them to: SantanaGarrettBookings@gmail.com
From Brian Slack:
Total Nonstop Action was in Orlando, FL on April 24 for an Impact taping. Results: Crazzy Steve (w/Rosemary) defeated Eddie Edwards. Trevor Lee defeated Andrew Everett, DJ Z and Eddie Edwards in a four way Ultimate X match to retain the TNA X-Division championship. Ethan Carter III defeated Matt Hardy by DQ. Jeff Hardy defeated Rockstar Spud & Tyrus in a handicap ladder match. Sienna (w/Allie) defeated Madison Rayne to become the #1 contender of the TNA Knockouts championship. Eli Drake, Abyss, Crazzy Steve, Baron Bax & Basille Baracca (w/Al Snow & Rosemary) defeated Bram, Jessie Godderz, Robbie E, Grado & Mahabali Shera (w/Raquel). Gail Kim & Ethan Carter III defeated Allie & "The Miracle" Mike Bennett (w/Maria). Trevor Lee (w/Gregory Shane Helms & Andrew Everett) defeated Eddie Edwards to retain the TNA X-Division championship. Braxton Sutter defeated Sam Elias. Drew Galloway defeated Matt Hardy by DQ.
From GWH News:
Hottest Stars of Wrestling was in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico on April 23 for their 23rd anniversary show. Results: Cascarita wins a battle royal. He can now challenge for any HSW championship. Chief Attakullakulla vs. Savio Vega ended in a double DQ after both wrestlers hit the referee. Iron Boy & Extreme Boy defeated Crazy Louis & Sniper 380. King Thunder Kat & Al Vaquero defeated Chicky Starr & Alex Superfly. Criminal de Guerra & El Gran Lito defeated Los Carniceros (Ox & Bull). Los Naturales (Javier al Natural & Lizander el Intocable) defeated Club Bayamon (Heart Breaker & Super Medico) to win the HSW Tag Team championships. Junin el Tramposos, Jan & La Mole defeated Los Dementes in fans with leather straps lumberjack match. Mr Dollar & Gran Bebe defeated Joe Rodriguez & Latin Freebird in a no DQ match. The tables, ladders & chairs match between Criminal HD and Jose Luis ended in a double count out. Criminal HD retains the HSW Heavyweight championship. Brenda Rivera, Baby Charlene & Kayla Jones defeated La Beba, Nena Fichu & Tanya by DQ. Tony Cross defeated Jovan. Los Perros de la Muerta defeated Bouncer Brandon & Carlios al Natural.
From GWH News:
Ultimate Extreme Wrestling was in East Ridge, TN on April 23. Results: Joey Sparkz defeated Jason Hampton. Brad Cash defeated Eddie Adams. JD Rollins & Joey Idol defeated Corey Dye & Ryan House. Shane Daniels defeated Savin Roberts by DQ after interference from Brad Cash. Corey Hollis, Gunner & Jason Collins defeated The Blackhand (Johnny Viper Ben Thrasher & Brandon Collins).
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NWA New South Championship Wrestling was in Franklin, KY on April 22. Teddy King defeated Shane Andrews. Jesse Belle defeated Mickie Knuckles. Tim Jernigan defeated Bam Bam Baker. Teddy King defeated Derek Neal by DQ. Shiner Sutton defeated Vic the Bruiser. The System (Ray Waddell & Dakota France) defeated Trent Ware & Stevie King. Jeremiah Plunkett defeated Mr USA to retain the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship.
From GWH News:
New Revolution Wrestling was in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico on April 22. Results: Tyler White & Tridente defeated Incognito & Reyko. Elgante defeated Emanuel Gonzalez. Due to prematch stipulations, Gonzalez is now Elgante's servant. Kenny Dynamite defeated Michael Rivera (w/Dolly Blue). After the match, "El Lobo" Drake Johnson attacked Dynamite. Al Daniels defeated Jack Stone by submission. New Kingdom (Gangsta & Big Yankee) defeated Callejero & Robert Alexander. Daddy White defeated Fuego. Eduard defeated Ivan Estrella by DQ after Michael Rivera attacked Eduard. Drake Johnson defeated Shane Bradley to retain the NRW World Heavyweight championship.
From Brian Slack:
American Combat Wrestling was in Hudson, FL on April 21. Results: Steven Frick defeated Danny Vincent and Leo Brien (w/Erik Essex) in a three way match. Blanco Loco defeated D'Lo Jordan. Sideshow defeated Slade Porter. Color Money (Snoop Strikes & Troy Hollywood) defeated Misled Youth (Joshua Masters & Jude Mackenzie) by DQ. Mitch Mitchell defeated Richard Delicious by DQ. Delicious retains the ACW Cruiserweight championship. The Lacey Twins (Gabe Lacey & Greyson Lacey) defeated CT Brown & Gabriel Black. Rhett Giddins defeated Josh Parker. Aria Blake, Beastly Brody & Bucky Wells defeated Aspyn Rose, Ace Andrews & Rex Bacchus.
Premiere Wrestling Xperience returned to Club Escapade in the Queen City of Charlotte on April 17 for the aptly titled 'What Lies Beneath'. This event saw partnerships broken, lines crossed, an X16 finals rematch, and a valiant challenge from a bonafide future World Champion. Let's take a look at the full recap from What Lies Beneath.
The Ugly Ducklings (Rob Killjoy & Colby Corino) w/ Lance Lude defeated The Independent Variable (Tracer X & Jett Black)
It is commonplace for every PWX show to start with a BANG! But this show started with a QUACK! Hundreds of thunderous quacks! The trio of Rob Killjoy, Lance Lude, and Colby Corino are making a splash in PWX and at April's event the "Quack Attack" was in full effect. A hobbled Lance Lude led Killjoy and Corino to the ring for tag team action in the PWX Juniors Division and the quacks were deafening as the crowd showered the three of them with rubber duckies. Standing across from The Ugly Ducklings were two phenomenal athletes in their own right, Tracer X and Jett Black and once again these four men showed that the Juniors Division will play a big part in the future of Premiere Wrestling Xperience as it is absolutely loaded with talent. The Independent Variable started out strong and made it difficult for Killjoy and Corino to keep their heads above water. X and Black went for a double dive to the outside but were met with a pair of thunderous kicks to the head which turned the tide of the match and allowed The Ducklings to get rolling. Corino nearly murdered Tracer X with the 'Quackalacky Cannonball' in the corner and The Ugly Ducklings followed up with 'The Flying V' (Angle slam variation and top rope double stomp) to pick up the win.
Ian Payne defeated 'Man Scout' Jake Manning via DQ
Young up and comer Ian Payne returned to PWX next for his first singles match but the young man caught The Man Scout on the wrong night to try and make an impression. Payne immediately picked up the scout manual and mocked Manning receiving a kick to the groin for his troubles as the referee immediately called for the disqualification but Jake was far from finished on this night. Manning hit Payne with a piledriver and security swarmed the ring and were quickly dispelled by The Man Scout who hit them all with piledrivers, finishing off the last two with his flatliner/DDT combo. The Man Scout then addressed the capacity crowd in Charlotte saying "The Jokes are over" Manning referenced War Games last month and going down a dark path, he talked about PWX management forcing him to walk away, the lack of honor in the current PWX World Champion John Skyler and Manning called out The Southern Savior. Jake then waited but the champion chose to stay backstage and Manning left saying "If words aren't working maybe actions will".
"The Modern Day Viking" Gunner defeated "The FN Machine" Brian Cage to retain the PWX Innovative Television Title
Lucha Underground Star Brian Cage made his long awaited Premiere Wrestling Xperience debut next in a 'battle of beasts' facing ITV Champion Gunner. Cage was very impressive in his PWX debut showing why he is known as one of the best big men on the independent scene today and he nearly became PWX ITV Champion on several occasions in his debut. Cage used his speed and agility advantage to throw the champion off balance but he also learned that in a battle of power "The Modern Day Viking" hits really hard as well. Cage impressed with some aerial offense as well as innovative power moves and in the end the ITV Champion perhaps felt the title slipping away and saw an opening to get a rollup and use the ropes for leverage pinning Cage to retain the title and gaining some much needed momentum following The Xperience's War Games loss last month at Rise of a Champion XI. Cage was certainly a tough challenge for the reigning ITV Champion, yet Gunner again was able to retain and you now have to wonder is Cage due a rematch? And if not who, if anyone can end the reign of Gunner?
The Revolt (Caleb Konley & Zane Riley) defeated An Officer and a Gentleman (Officer Dan Barry & "The Kentucky Gentleman" Chuck Taylor)
Everyone's favorite Kentucky Gentleman returned to PWX and brought along Officer Dan Barry for his debut, but the team was met with The Revolt were not only coming off a huge win at ROCXI in War Games, the two man team of Konley and Riley has been on quite the roll themselves lately. As you would expect these four had a lot of fun in this match which saw Taylor hit his "amazing" aerial offense (if you've never seen it you owe it to yourself to look it up) it also saw Zane Riley up the ante with a DOUBLE oil check on both Barry and Taylor. This one was not all fun and games though as Dan Barry showed off his wrestling skill and Konley who is obviously one of the better talents in the independents right now showed his versatility participating in some of the hijinks throughout the match as well. An Officer and a Gentleman always have a good time but they also proved to be a tough challenge for one of the better teams in Premiere Wrestling Xperience and nearly pulled off what would've been considered an upset but in the end Zane & Caleb picked up another tag team victory and further strengthened their case for a shot at the PWX Tag Team Championships.
Trevor Lee defeated "Bad Boy" Joey Janela
Back in 2012 Joey Janela made the trip from New Jersey alongside former PWX World Champion Rhett Titus and others from the northeast who made frequent appearances in Premiere Wrestling Xperience and at that time Janela was the young kid in the zebra tights, somewhat of a lackey to the other guys. Fast forward four years and Janela made his return to PWX and over the last four years he's become a bad, bad boy! Just ask him he'll gladly tell you, Janela has competed against some of the best the indies have to offer and appeared on shows with many legends and future stars while transitioning from "Zebra Kid" to The Bad Boy. Janela was originally scheduled to face Lance Lude of The Ugly Ducklings 1 on 1 but unfortunately Lude was injured the previous night, still the PWX faithful were treated to an excellent match as current TNA X Division Champion Trevor Lee made his return to square off with Janela. Lee had a great time as the last minute replacement to Lude entering the ring to Taylor Swift's "Shake it Off" and even dancing with PWX Official D.A. Brewer but once the bell rang it was all business and Trevor Lee can go with the best of them. Janela taunted and prodded at Trevor but it was Lee with some technical wrestling early frustrating The Bad Boy. Lee ramped his offense up going for the punt on the apron but Janela was one step ahead and avoided it to take control of the match, inside the ring Joey grounded Lee and tried to force the match to go at his pace but any opportunity Lee had to speed up the match he took it delivering vicious double stomp at one point that nearly put The Bad Boy away. Janela hit a couple of wellplaced superkicks and went to the top but missed allowing Lee to again take control this time hitting the punt on the apron and Trevor finished off The Bad Boy with the package driver spoiling Janela’s return to PWX.
"The Southern Savior" John Skyler defeated Mason Maddox w/ THE Tommy Thomas to retain the PWX World Championship
Looking back to March at PWX's biggest show of the year, the 11th anniversary show Rise of a Champion Xi that show kicked off with a 6 man ladder match that was pure insanity! A contract that entitled the winner to a shot at ANY PWX Championship they chose hung from the ceiling of Brayboy Gym at JCSU and after a brutal matchup it was former ITV Champion Mason Maddox who took position of that contract but the question was "What do you do with such an opportunity?" Maddox took only about 3 weeks to make his decision and it was a big one! The Tommy Thomas announced on the PWX Facebook page that Maddox would challenge PWX World Champion "The Southern Savior" John Skyler and challenge him he did. One of the biggest fan favorites in the promotion, the PWX crowd came unglued as the challenger entered the ring. It ended up being a long night for Maddox, but a definite career defining one even in a losing effort, Effort being the key word there, The PWX World Champion controlled a majority of this match punishing the young challenger and verbally berating him encouraging him constantly to quit and give it up but there was ZERO quit in Mason Maddox as this was his moment and he was going to make the most of it. Skyler was relentless in his attack on the former ITV Champion rarely giving him a chance to catch his breath but Maddox continued to battle and came back with some offense of his own even getting a couple of near falls which frustrated the Champion who grabbed his PWX title but was interrupted by Thomas at ringside. Tommy asked Skyler to let him hit Maddox and take way his chance at the belt but when Skyler obliged Thomas' offer the 2015 manager of the year turned around and leveled The Southern Savior with the belt as Maddox crawled into position for the pin, 1,2,...Skyler barely kicked out! One last effort on the part of Maddox and Thomas and it wasn't quite enough as Thomas received a superkick from Skyler and The Champion turned and hit a Pedigree on Maddox to get the win and retain his PWX World Championship for the 336th consecutive day. The PWX World Champion took the microphone after the match and paid respect to his challenger though if you are familiar with The Southern Savior it didn't last long as he attacked Maddox and began kicking away until George South came in and got in the champion's face. Skyler backed off but then attacked the pro wrestling veteran which brought out 'Man Scout' Jake Manning with a kendo stick and the champion took off out of the venue. Manning stood in the middle of the ring primed for a fight and PWX Owner/CEO Brian Kanabroski and Executive Producer Patrick Price came to the ring, Price asked Manning to calm down and come to the back with them and they could talk about the possibility of a match with Skyler sometime in the future but also warned that if he didn't calm down they really didn't want to have to take action against The Man Scout. In the end it was Manning who took action and it was a BIG ONE! Jake clotheslined Price off the ring apron and grabbed Kanabroski hitting a rope assisted piledriver that folded the boss up like an accordion!!!
UPDATE: The Actions of 'Man Scout' Jake Manning following the PWX World Title Match at 'What Lies Beneath' have been met with an indefinite suspension by PWX Management.
Anthony Henry w/ Amber Young defeated "The Product" David Starr
The Lethal Lovers Anthony Henry and Amber Young have been on as big of a roll as anyone in wrestling lately, taking on all comers and putting up very impressive performances against some of the biggest names in the sport. The Lethal Lovers hit a speed bump last month at ROCXI in the form of CZW Star Drew Gulak who got a hard fought (and rare) win over Henry, the devious duo looked to get back on track in Charlotte but again a big test waited for them in "The Product" David Starr. Starr returned to PWX for only the second time since a very impressive run this past September in the X 16 Tournament where he not only put on great matches but built a big fan base amongst the PWX faithful. This was another in long line of excellent matches from Anthony Henry and The Product was a more than formidable opponent who may have ran Henry's losing streak to two if not for the late match shenanigans of the deviously wicked (yet highly capable) Amber Young. This was a true back and forth affair that had it all, the two started with some chain wrestling ending in a stalemate, transitioned into a battle of speed and strength. Starr went for a German suplex that Henry had well scouted, then Henry took the top rope and this time Starr avoided his opponent that's when the other half of the Lethal Lovers Amber sensed it was time to get involved and get involved SHE DID! Young immediately caught the eye of "The King of Taunts" David Starr who stopped Amber from slapping him and brought her into the ring and onto her knees as the crowd chanted Starr’s trademark phrase "Look at It" so Starr obliged the crowd giving Amber the opportunity to get up close and personal with The Product's Product in an unforgettable moment. This drew the attention of Anthony Henry who got between his woman and his opponent but as Starr threw superkick Henry ducked and Amber took the kick crumpling immediately which gave Henry the opportunity to unveil a devastating vertebreaker variation to get back on the winning track.
Cedric Alexander defeated Ethan Case
It has been seven months since the inaugural X16 Tournament where many lasting impressions were made but no one made more of an impression that the two finalists Ethan Case and Cedric Alexander, Case came out victorious against the selfproclaimed 'Best in the World’ on that night in Winston Salem, Alexander has been racking up wins since X16 and was looking to avenge his X16 loss at 'What Lies Beneath'. Prior to the match starting both men got into a battle during the introductions forcing Brett Wolverton to reintroduce them with different accolades several times which ended when Case asked to be announced as "The man who beat Cedric Alexander to win The X16 Tournament" a moment that amused Case but seemed to infuriate Alexander, probably not the best move on Ethan Case's part. Alexander took control early but Case showed his victory back in September was not a fluke taking everything the ROH superstar had and dishing some out of his own, Case went for the "Case Cutter" but Alexander had it well scouted avoiding the devastating finisher and landing some vicious strikes of his own. The pace continued to quicken and Alexander's athleticism was really on display in this one, along with his mean streak but Case continued to absorb the offensive attack and hit a dive as the two brawled around the ringside area. Back in the ring Alexander side stepped the lifting uppercut but Case connected with the "Case Cutter" and nearly picked up his second straight victory over the former PWX Champion. Alexander fired back hitting the C.O.D. and in the end Case went for a springboard cutter out of the corner and Cedric caught him hitting the Lumbar Check to pick up the win and avenge his X16 finals loss. Following the match Cedric spoke to the crowd very honestly saying he and Case were friends and that Ethan was one of the most talented guys in the locker room in a cool show of respect. Cedric himself has been on a major tear again recently in PWX showing why he is not only one of the best Indy Wrestlers in the world but a standard bearer for Premiere Wrestling Xperience for many years.
The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lancelot) defeated Country Jacked (Adam Page & Corey Hollis) to win the PWX Tag Team Championships
The rivalry between Country Jacked and The Bravado Brothers has been as heated as any rivalry in recent memory. Adam Page and Corey Hollis defeated Harlem and Lancelot Bravado at X16 back in September in a ultraviolent Street Fight that was pure chaos at The Benton Convention Center, the two teams continued to take any opportunity they could find to mix it up including last month inside the double cage at War Games but for the last 7 months The Bravados have been solely focused on getting a shot to regain the PWX Tag Team Championships. What Lies Beneath presented them that chance and it was to be their last chance at winning the gold and it seems Country Jacked entered the match with a game plan but it turns out so did their challengers. After battling for ten minutes or so Corey Hollis brought a chair into the ring, the tag champions were disqualified and they began to leave the venue with their titles intact and satisfied with the fact they would never have to deal with the brothers from Draper, North Carolina ever again. The "victory" celebration was short lived however as Harlem and Lancelot produced a contract drawn up following War Games that stated 'Should Country Jacked be disqualified the match would be restarted with any stipulation the challengers chose'. The Bravados announced the match would now be restarted with no disqualification and if any member of The Xperience interfered Country Jacked would lose the championships! Hollis and Page threw down their belts and rushed the ring but were met by a diving Harlem Bravado, and things got out of control very quickly (much like they did back in September) with Lancelot and Adam Page brawling in the ring and Harlem and Corey Hollis battling on the outside. A pile of chairs were thrown into the ring and a table was set up on the outside, Harlem Bravado climbed up on the partition but then upped the ante moving back to the bar and flew through the air driving Corey Hollis through the table!!! Inside the ring, Harlem joined his brother who was tying up Adam Page with his own bull rope and things got much worse from there for Page. The Bravados hit a 'Concerto' and proceeded to brutalize him with alternating chair shots, finally they buried Page under a mountain of chairs and delivered one last blow leaving Adam Page motionless and Harlem covered him as The Bravado Brothers made grandma proud once again in becoming two time PWX Tag Team Champions. The PWX faithful chanted "You deserve it" as Corey Hollis pulled himself from the wreckage of the table and joined his partner in the ring helping him to his feet then sending him right back to the mat after a kick to the groin!!!! Hollis screamed at the fans that he hated all of them and backed up his words with a gesture for each and every person in attendance before turning and leaving his former partner lying in the middle of the ring. A completely shocking turn of events to close out 'What Lies Beneath' as we have apparently seen the end of Country Jacked!! What does this mean for the future of The Xperience in PWX? What's next for Corey Hollis? Will Adam Page be back for retribution? This was an aptly named event as there was a whole lot lying beneath in PWX and the rest of the year should be very interesting as we see the fallout from What Lies Beneath.
Check out the main page for 'Heightened Xperience': The Top 5 Moments from 'What Lies Beneath', the official statement regarding the suspension of 'Man Scout' Jake Manning, much more brand new content and the latest information on our next event 'Believe The Hype' featuring the debut of Zack Sabre Jr. taking place May 21st in Gastonia, North Carolina. Also like the PWX Facebook page and follow us on twitter @PWXWrestling to keep up with the latest from the best pro wrestling in the Southeast.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016
From Larry Goodman:
The following was posted on The NWA Fan Site with the title "Throwback Championship Wrestling leaves the NWA".
After returning from Dallas, and the success of NWA Parade of Champions, I’ve been motivated to start projects that NWA Throwback has been working on. First a renovation and upgrade to the building we tape TV in. Including custom ring aprons, more lighting, pipe and drape etc. But even bigger, is the summer launch of a full time wrestling channel on Roku. And with that:
I have gone into business with former NWA member Billy Wood of the UK, and we have acquired a series of exciting wrestling libraries from Japan, Europe & the states. We are all set to launch as an online subscription & Roku channel in June/July and will be showcasing all the old libraries plus looking at the right partners to be weekly/special event shows on the network too, their are earn out deals for each participant based on views so it’s another potential revenue stream. – Chris Lash
TCW promoter Chris Lash says Bruce Tharpe kicked him out of the NWA because he believes Lash's plan to launch the online subscription service and Roku Channel puts him in direct competition with NWAClassics.com.
Lash will make a guest appearance on the May 3 Tipping Point podcast.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
From Larry Goodman:
SFCW's 3rd Anniversary show on June 4 is shaping up as the biggest event in the company's history. SFCW Owner Charles Anschutz is bringing Mickie Knuckles in to face Pandora at Shindig III. Previously announced matches include AJ Steele vs. Geter - Loser Leaves Town; SFCW Heavyweight Champion Drew Adler vs. WWW Champion Stryknyn - title vs. title; Team Extreme (Terry Lawler & Air Paris) reuniting vs. David Young & Chip Day; Slim J vs. Jimmy Rave; Brian Kane vs. Simon Sez; Clyde Braddock vs. Kameron Kade and Jagged Edge vs. Francisco Ciatso. The challengers for the SFCW tag titles held by Beautiful Bald Besties will be announced later this week.
The May 21 event has Stevie Richards vs. CB Suave and the SFCW debut of Gunner Miller and Jeff G. Bailey. Miller will team with rookie Troy Hurt vs. Odinson & Logan Creed.
From GWH News:
World Wrestling Council will be at the Jose Pepin Cestero Arena in Bayamon, Puerto Rico on April 30. Advertised: Carlito Caribbean Cool defends the WWC Universal championship against Bobby Lashley. "Mr Rayting" Ray Gonzales vs. El Hijo de Dos Caras. "Mr 450" Hammett vs. "El Hombre Que No Es Facil" Gilbert. Juventud Extrema (El Cuervo & Mike Mendoza) defends the WWC World Tag Team championships in a fatal four way against Thunder & Lightning, The Bankers Club (Peter "The Bad" Romance & "Gentleman" Joe Bravo) and La Revolucion. Angel Fashion (w/Vanilla Vargas) defends the WWC Puerto Rican championship against El Chicano. El Super Gladiador vs. The Mighty Ursus (w/Juan Manuel Ortega). "Awesome" Angel Cotto defends the WWC World Junior Heavyweight championship against OT Fernandez. Tickets are $25 ringside, $15 general admission and $5 children under 11 general admission. Tickets go on sale at 2:00 PM and bell time is at 8:30.
From GWH News:
Renegade Championship Wrestling will be at the RCW Arena in Chatsworth, GA on April 30. The venue is located at 806 North 2nd Avenue. Tickets are $5. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.
From GWH News:
Mountain Championship Wrestling will be at the MCW Arena in Pikeville, TN on April 30. Advertised: C4 vs. F1rst Generation. Big Heavy vs. CJ Therrell. The venue is located at 97 Tom Pope Road. Tickets are $6 adults, $4 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6. Bell time is at 7:00 PM.
From GWH News:
Micro Championship Wrestling will be at Toomey's Tools in Belleview, FL on April 30 for two shows. The venue is located at 12055 SE US Highway 441. Tickets are $15 at the door adult, $12 advance adult and $8 children under 13. Bell time for show one is at 10:00 AM and bell time for show two is at 4:00 PM.
From GWH News:
John Wrestling Promotion will be at the Cancha Bajo Techo Residencial Aponte in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico on April 30. Admission is free. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.
Monday, April 25, 2016
From GWH News:
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at The Great Lawn at the Kentucky Derby Festival in Louisville, KY on April 29. The venue is located at 231 Witherspoon Street. Must have the Pegasus pin to enter. Doors open at 5:00 PM and bell time is at 6:00.
NWA New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on April 29. Advertised: Jeremiah Plunkett defends the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship against Mr USA. If Plunkett gets DQ, he loses the championship. Vic the Bruiser vs. Monster Jernigan in a no DQ match. The System (Ray Waddell & Dakota France) defends the NWA Southern Tag Team championships against Bad Company. Teddy King vs. Derek Neal (w/Richard Lowe). If Neal loses, King gets Lowe in the ring for 5 minutes. Stevie King vs. Alexander Knight. The venue is located at 512 W Madison Street. Tickets are $8 adult, $6 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.
From GWH News:
Georgia Premier Wrestling will be at the Pickens County Middle School in Jasper, GA on April 29 to help raise money for Paul Poores' terminal cancer expenses. The venue is located at 1802 Refuge Road. Tickets are $10 adult and $5 children under 12. Doors open at 6:45 PM and bell time is at 7:30.
From GWH News:
Micro Championship Wrestling be at the State Theatre in St Petersburg, FL on April 27. The venue is located at 687 Central Avenue. Tickets are $20 VIP, $15 at the door general admission and $12 advance general admission. Doors open at 7:00 PM.
From Why We Wrestle:
"The Church Awakens" Report
4/23/16 - Cornelia, GA
WWW Host Seth Delay opened things by informing fans that $1000 bounty had been placed on the head of Stryknyn.
1) Troy Hurt def Prince Apollo in the opener. Exciting bout between 2 of WWW's top young prospects.
2) James Drake & Slim J (alternate for Billy Buck who was at ringside but recovering from eye surgery) d. Viking War Party in a wild contest.
Drake and Buck (or Slim depending on Billy's recovery) advance to round 2 of the WWW Tag Title Tournament.
Stryknyn was interviewed by Delay. Stryk acknowledged the bounty...said he always had a target on his back but never like this. Bring it on.
3) Gunner Miller w Jeff G. Bailey defeated Chris Mayne after the CTE. Bailey demanded more competition for Miller in the future.
From Jeff Richards:
The QUEENS and HER COURT -- Queens of Combat is returning to that lucky little town of Gibsonville, NC on Saturday May 21st for what you could call doubleheader action. There are two shows planned for that day with a 2 PM matinee and a 7 PM event. A special meet and greet VIP experience will be sandwiched in between the two cards. This is in response to a great turnout in Gibsonville on Friday March 18th that saw many new faces and bods in the area. The two show format was recently run in Gibsonville by CHIKARA, so Queens is hoping to duplicate that magic @ the Sportatorium.
Already announced as appearing are QOC Champion Taeler Hendrix. Tessa Blanchard (now booking out of Orlando, FL), Jessika Havok and Candice LeRae. Crowd favorite LuFisto and newcomer Nicole Savoy also are scheduled. Here is where it gets interesting: VIPS sit on the front row, enjoy a meal, and pose for an in-ring photo with LeRae. That ticket runs $81.79 after handling. and you will not be handled by the Queens of Court, I assure you. More economical are the other tickets in general admission which are $21.49 for each session. So, spend $42.98, and you are entitled to many matches and a whole day filled with fantasies.
From GWH News:
Micro Championship Wrestling will be at the Twisted Rooster's Bar & Grill in Lutz, FL on April 25. The venue is located at 16411 N Florida Avenue. Tickets are $25 VIP, $20 front row, $15 floor seating and $10 general admission. Bell time is at 7:30 PM.
From GWH News:
X-Wrestling will be at the Polish American Club in Miami, FL on April 30. The venue is located at 1250 NW 22nd Avenue. Tickets are $15 ringside, $10 adult general admission and $5 children under 13 general admission. Bell time is at 7:45 PM.
From GWH News:
Ultimate Extreme Wrestling will be at the UEW Arena in East Ridge, TN as part of Farley Con. Advertised: Shane Daniels defends the UEW championship against Brad Cash. Ben Thrasher vs. Savin Roberts. There will also be the UEW Hall of Fame ceremony. The venue is located at 410 Scruggs Road. Tickets are $5 and cover both the Comic & Toy show and the UEW Wrestling show. Bell time is at 6:00 PM.
Notes: There will also be a Comic & Toy show that starts at 10:00 AM.
From GWH News:
CWF Mid-Atlantic will be at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville, NC on April 30. Advertised: Trevor Lee defends the CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight championship against the winner of the Ethan Case/Cedric Alexander match. Ethan Case defends the PWI Ultra J championship against Cedric Alexander. "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel vs. "The Fury" Michael McAllister. Also advertised are Smith Garrett, Jesse Adler, Chet Sterling, Ethan Alexander Sharpe & Moneyball, The All-Star (w/Coach Gemini), White Mike. The venue is located at 1001 Springwood Avenue. Tickets are $25 VIP, $15 at the door general admission and $10 advance general admission. Bell time is at 7:30 PM.
From GWH News:
ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on April 29. The venue is located at 627 Southern Avenue. Tickets are $8. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.
From GWH News:
Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the APW Arena in Royston, GA on April 29. The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street. Tickets are $5. Doors open 7:40 PM and bell time is at 8:20.
From GWH News:
WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on April 28. The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive. Admission is free. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.
From GWH News:
American Combat Wrestling will be at Kickers South in Hudson, FL on April 28. The venue is located at 12142 US Highway 19. Tickets are $8. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.
From GWH News:
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at the Davis Arena in Louisville, KY on April 27. The venue is located at 4400 Shepherdsville Road. Tickets are $7. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
From Brian Slack:
ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on April 23 for second night of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. Results: The Chosen Ones (Dameon Ceretone, Big Tomb & Ace Haven)(w/Amy Haven) defeated BroSouth (Donnie Primetime, Britt Jackson & The Trickster) to advance to the finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. The Batiri (Kodama, Obariyon & Kobald) defeated Age of Aeon (Charles Zanders, Pestilence & War) to advance to the finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. Steven Michaels wins a battle royal to receive a Twin States Heavyweight championship match against Jimmy Rave. Marko defeated Trever Aeon by DQ. Jimmy Rave defeated Steven Michaels to retain the TSW Heavyweight championship. Brandon Collum defeated Tyler Gage in an unsanctioned match. The Chosen Ones defeated The Batiri to win the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament.
April 23, 2016
-No Limits Champion, Ethan Cage defeated Cameron Coxx
After the match, #1 contender Alex Michaels attempted a sneak attack super kick and almost got caught in Ethan's 'future stroke' but escaped.
-Jess Wade (who was scheduled to face Mike Clay) defeated Maverick (who is now an apparent follower of D-Rock.)
-Tristan Daniels and Dino Dupree defeated The Riotmakers via DQ, when Chris Pain blatantly used a chain.
GM Randy Windom set up a rematch for May 7th, no dq!
During intermission, Beard Club attacked Jess Wade (who's partner Shane Williams wasn't in the arena) talking to fans and told everyone that's what is going to happen May 7th when Jess n Shane Williams tag with Jeff Jarrett and that it's what is going to happen to the Develines in the semi-main!
-Alex Michaels defeated Peewee!
Peewee was then announced as an inductee in this years Hall of Fame class!
-The Beard Club (Brent Banner & Rick Hayes) retained the RCW Tag Team Championships against The Develines!
-RCW Champion, CJ Holloway and Landon Priest ended in a huge mess with no winner announced. These two big men were all over the building and the locker room came out and a big brawl ensued trying to keep everyone apart. Alex Michaels planted CJ with a superkick.
GM Windom announced next week's main event: CJ n a partner of his choice vs Alex Michaels and Landon Priest. CJ quickly announced Ethan Cage as his partner and the fans went crazy.
From Brian Slack:
Total Nonstop Action was in Orlando, FL on April 23 for a Impact Wrestling taping. Results: Trevor Lee (w/Gregory Shane Helms) defeated DJ Z. Al Snow defeated Grado in a street fight. Gail Kim defeated Sienna. Bram defeated Lashley by DQ after Lashley used a chair. After the match, Eli Drake cashed in his TNA King of the Mountain championship briefcase. Eli Drake defeated Bram to win the TNA KotM championship. The BroMans (Robbie E & Jessie Godderz)(w/Raquel) defeated Tyrus & Rockstar Spud. Mike Bennett was the referee. Gail Kim & Jade defeated Sienna & Allie. "The Miracle" Mike Bennett (w/Maria) defeated "The Cowboy" James Storm after Maria interfered. Drew Galloway defeated The Decay (Crazzy Steve & Abyss)(w/Rosemary) in a handicap match after Lashley interfered. Eddie Edwards defeated Andrew Everett (w/Gregory Shane Helms).
From GWH News:
Georgia Premier Wrestling was in Canton, GA on April 23. Results: Cousin Cletus defeated Torque. The Movement (Chip Hazard & "The Messiah" Talon Williams) defeated Crash Test Dummy & Matt Gilbert to retain the GPW Tag Team championships. Ray Fury defeated The Hatter. "The Ultimate Underdog" Ray Ray defeated Shaggy by DQ. Big Will outlasted Zero in the Big Will 5 for $500 Challenge. Carlos Adams defeated The All-Star (w/Logan Chase III). Cyrus the Destroyer & Jessica "Powerhouse" Leigh defeated Johnny Rokk & Tiffany Roxx in a no DQ match tag team match.
From Brian Slack:
ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on April 22 for the first night of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. Results: The Chosen Ones (Dameon Ceretone, Big Tomb & Ace Haven)(w/Amy Haven) defeated Team TWE (Jaden Newman, Jayke Murphy & Bailey Blake)(w/Austin Willows) to advance to the semi-finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. Savin Roberts defeated Dakota Outlaw. Age of Aeon (Charles Zanders, War & Pestilence) defeated Team Thrown Together (Shean Christopher, B-What & Kevin Ryan)(w/Rick Freeman) to advance to the semi-finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. BroSouth (Donnie Primetime, Britt Jackson & The Trickster) defeated Team PWA (Shane Noles, Romeo & Prince Akbar) to advance to the semi-finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. Mr O'Hagan defeated "Maddog" Dan Sawyer. The Batiri (Kodama, Obariyon & Kobald) defeated Tenure (Steven Michaels, Jed Johnson & Scott Spade) to advance to the semi-finals of the Trinity Challenge Cup tournament. "Violent Artist" Trever Aeon defeated Scott Aries to retain the ProSouth Heavyweight championship.