Friday, July 29, 2016

Southern States Wrestling Results from Princeton on July 27

From GWH News:

Southern States Wrestling was in Princeton, WV on July 27.  Results:  Phillip Lawson defeated JD Hogg.  Rusty Shank & The Inmate defeated Rip and Roger Manson.  Beau James defeated Krunch the Equalizer by DQ.  Eric St Clair defeated George South.

July 29 Birthdays and Memoriams

Scott Steiner, Rick Santel, and Cousin Cletus celebrate birthdays today.

Wild Red Berry died at the age of 66 on this day in 1973, and Danny Dusek passed in 1982. Dennis Coraluzzo was 48 when he passed away on this day in 2001.

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on July 22

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on July 21.  Results:  Brandon Bates & Cody McCulley defeated Damien Sick & Redneck Ray.  Will Kaution defeated Stevie Ray Frost.  Hoss Michaels & Sam Kooper defeated Michael Manson & Mack Mosely.  Tru defeated Eric Jones.  James Boulevard defeated Grady Hughes.  Scott Mayson defeated Antrone Brewer.  Jacob Ashworth defeated Demarko Knyte by DQ after Curtis Coleman & Brody Dillenger interfered.  Jacob Ashworth, Ken Lee & Dynamic Dexter defeated Demarko Knyte, Curtis Coleman & Brody Dillinger.

Why We Wrestle News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

Last call for the Les Thatcher/George South training seminar this Saturday, July 30 from 9am to 5pm prior to Summer of Hate. The cost is $50.

Thatcher and South will also be at Summer of Hate later that evening as J. T. Talent's guests on a special edition of "The Talent Show".

 Advance tickets for Summer of Hate are available here. Ringside tickets - $25. General admission - $20. Note the early bell time of 7:30pm. 

Speaking of ticket prices, WWW will be offering a $2 discount to any student presenting an ID from a college in Georgia.

Why We Wrestle has launched a YouTube channel here

Why We Wrestle broke with Anarchy tradition by changing the name of the major summer show to Summer of Hate. The summer extravaganza was called Hostile Environment from 2005-2015.  During the NCW/NWA Wildside era, the big summer event was Freedom Fight. The format of presenting one major show per quarter at The Church dates back to 1999.

Puerto Rican Wrestling News & Notes

From Alfred Feliciano:

In late breaking news from Comerio's Champions Wrestling Association are the following: Lucha World Order founding members: Los Ben Dejos (Jon Cruz and Jay Rios) who were supposed to come to Puerto Rico this week on time to face the current CWA World Tag Team Champions: The Bullying Crew (David Estilo and "El Perro Salvaje" Eddman) are not coming due to travel schedule conflicts as well as trouble with their flight tickets. According to the Lucha World Order's Facebook page:  Cruz he stated that there were problems about their flight tickets going to Puerto Rico that there were never made on time due to the airport's logistic problems. Los Ben Dejos apologized to the fans for their not coming to PR and not showing up to the CWA Summer Revolution 2016 event in the historic Pedro Rodriguez Gaya Memorial Coliseum, Cataño,PR this coming Saturday July 30,2016 at 8:30 PM Bell time. However they will be back to PR with a different promotion possibly God willing this coming Fall in World Wrestling Council Puerto Rico's 43rd Anniversary Showcase weekend or other wrestling promotions:be it World Wrestling League even Ponce,PR's 100% Lucha. which leaves to The Bullying Crew issuing another open challenge to any Tag Team be it from Puerto Rico's Wrestling Scene or from any Tag Team worldwide (be it from Mexico's AAA and CMLL promotions, New Japan or Pro Wrestling Noah from Japan even back Stateside from the local indy circuits all across America especially from the Southeastern U.S. independent wrestling promotions( possible Tag Teams from the Georgia, Florida,Kentucky and Tennessee wrestling promotions.) even if it is a tag team from either TNA Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor, Lucha Underground even a Tag Team from WWE NXT or a Tag Team from from either WWE's Raw or SmackDown! brands can answer the open challenge. also the CWA Board of Directors behind closed doors are making a decision for "El Boricua Mayor" Savio Vega to step down as General Manager (since Vega is now President of World Wrestling League), along with a video counting down as the stage is set for the CWA's Summer Mayhem 2016's main event World Champion vs. World Champion winner take all match between CWA World Champion: "La Mina de Oro" Dennis Rivera and Ring of Honor World Champion: Jay Lethal. these two videos Jay Lethal coming to Puerto Rico defending the ROH World Championship and "El Magnate Cubano" Rodrigo Garcia's El Malecon proves the countdown to CWA's Summer Mayhem live this Saturday July 30,2016 in Cataño,PR with matches announced has already started:






Preview for Peach State Pandemonium

Tonight’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jay West, Bobby Simmons & Jerry Oates as they focus on professional wrestling as it was during the territorial days. 

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.

World Wrestling Council Television from July 24

July 24, 2016 episode


World Wrestling League Television from July 22

Season 3 Episode 16


Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on July 27

From Brian Slack:

Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on July 27 for a TV taping.  Results:

Dark match:  The Bad Boys Club ("Bad Boy" Shane Andrews & "Double R Superstar" Randy Royal)(w/Jessie Belle) defeated Billy O & Colton Cage.

Episode 884:  Trevor Steele defeated Justin Smooth after Big Jon attacked Smooth.  The Van Zandt Family Circus (w/Mad Man Pondo & "Dapper" Dan Van Zandt)(w/Scarlett & Little Damion) defeated the Tag Buddies ("Pastor of Disaster" Reverend Stuart Miles & Adam Revolver) to win the OVW Southern Tag Team championships after Pondo hits Miles with a stop sign.  Maria James defeated Jessie Belle in a segment at PF Changs to win the OVW Women's championship.  Jessie Belle defeated Maria James to win the OVW Women's championship.  Izza Belle Smothers defeated Jessie Belle to win the OVW Women's championship.  Big Z (w/Josh Ashcraft & "Hood Ninja" Hyzaya) defeated Houdini after the referee stopped the match after Houdini couldn't continue.  "The Party Starter" Bud Dwight & Rudy Switchblade defeated "Shotgun" Tony Gunn & "The Show Stealer" Rocco Bellagio.  

Dark match:  "The Young Lion" Tyler Matrix defeated Little Damion (w/Scarlet)

July 28 Birthdays and Memoriams

David Marquez, Jeremy Vain, and Billy Buck celebrate birthdays today.

Lou Pitoscia died at the age of 76 on this day in 2005, and Karl Gotch was 82 when he passed in 2007.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling Results from East Ridge on July 23

From GWH News:

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling was in East Ridge, TN on July 23.  Results:  Jason Hampton defeated Zach Malone.  JD Rollins defeated Corey Dye in an amateur wrestling challenge.  Joey Idol defeated Ryan House by DQ.  Savin Roberts defeated Derrick Myers.  The Centerfolds (Keith Arden & Luke Patterson) defeated Corey Dye & Vance Knuckles after Knuckles walked away.  Johnny Viper defeated Ben Thrasher to earn a spot in the Golden Opportunity match at the July 30 event.

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling Results from Macon on July 23

From Avery Edwards:


SFCW Macon Mayhem: 

Skrilla beat Twisted. Post match Skrilla tried the sportsmanship route and caught a super kick for his troubles 

Odinson defeated Drew Adler by pinfall after a neckbreaker 

Sal Rinauro & Damien Bennett beat Beautiful Bald Besties (match of the night imo). Sal pinned Michael Stevens after a superkick. Fans heckled Besties all match and vice versa 

Brian Kane beat Marvelous Marko by pinfall. Kane rolled through on a roll up attempt for the 1-2-3 

Justin Legend beat Chris Nelms in a taped fist match to win the AIWF Ga Heritage title. Tommy Lee nailed Legend with his cane leading to "Bad Boy" Buddy Burke running in and laying Nelms out with a stunner leading to the pinfall victory for legend. Post-match Legend embraced Nelms for his work in building the company up and they drank some beer 

Main event Trevor Aeon beat Logan Creed to win the Monroe city title. Ref Radar Martin took a bump towards the end. Aeon went outside and grabbed a chair, beating Brooklyn Page in a tug of war for it and shoving her down. Creed had him as soon as he got in the ring, but Aeon nailed him with a low blow and a DDT on the chair for the 1-2-3 and a new Monroe City champ. 

Next event is 8-20 back in Monroe. Already signed a triple threat between Pandora, Kayla Lynn, & Kiera Hogan as well as a no DQ match between Odinson & Logan Creed and Big F'N Deal

July 27 Birthdays and Memoriams

Greg Gagne, Manny Fernandez, David Sierra, Triple H, Chris Stevens, Shannon Moore, and Dolph Ziggler celebrate birthdays today.

A tragic automobile took the lives of Sam Bass (41), Pepe Lopez (39), and Frank Hester (37) on this day in 1976. Kasavubu died at the age of 26 on this day in 1982, and Gordon Solie passed at 71 in 2000. Bertha Faye was 40 when she passed away on this day in 2001, and Tug Wilson died at 91 in 2003. Brenda Britton died at the age of 66 on this day in 2007, and Rita Cortez passed at 73 in 2012.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Georgia Veteran Passes Away

Kenny Arden and Jackie Rosedale

From Larry Goodman:

"Skinny" Kenny Arden died Monday at the age of 59.  Arden wrestled for a boatload of Georgia and Tennessee promotions during 90s including Music City Wrestling, Smoky Mountain Wrestling and North Georgia Wrestling Alliance. Arden was a mentor to number of wrestlers of the next generation and one of the funniest guys in the business.

All-Star Wrestling Network Results from Fort Valley on July 15

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network was in Fort Valley on July 15.  Results:  Drew Adler defeated Uncle Money.  Damien Bennett defeated Stunt Marshall.  Shane Curtis defeated Fry Daddy.  Logan Creed defeated Leon McMichaels.  AJ Steele defeated "Encore" Zac Edwards by DQ after Backbone interfered.  

All-Star Wrestling Network Results from Fort Valley on July 1

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network was in Fort Valley, GA on July 1.  Results:  Fry Daddy defeated "Encore" Zac Edwards.  Stunt Marshall defeated Rob Killjoy.  Tyson Dean defeated Bill the Butcher by DQ.  The Gentlemen's Club (Ox Madison & Shawn Hunter) defeated Brian Blaze & Yuta.  Drew Adler defeated Logan Creed to retain the AWN Heavyweight championship.  

Why We Wrestle Results from Cornelia on July 23


- JT Talent opened the festivities with a special Summer Of Hate preview edition of the "Talent Show". Before he could even get started Prince Apollo interrupted him informing fans that he had been left off of Summer Of Hate on July 30th and he could not let this slight to his royalty go unanswered. He said he would be in attendance at SOH and The Church will bow to The Prince.

Talent was taken aback but pressed forward and Apollo left. He announced that in addition to the 4 big matches already announced (Heavyweight title, Tag Team Title Tourney Final, Bullrope - Slave vs Leave Town, and Judas v Miller) he was here to reveal the remainder of the Summer Of Hate lineup. Video promos were shown of Anthony Henry preparing for the title match with vigorous training. Stryknyn preparing at The Gathering Of The Juggalos, Jacob Ashworth busting melons with the bullrope/cowbell saying it was going to be Nemesis' head and Nemesis saying Jacob was going to pour his champagne and shine his shoes after 7/30. 

Talent said in addition to all of that we'd also see wrestling's only male gymnast Timmy Lou Retton take on "The Incredible Huck" Will Huckaby of The Sound & The Fury, Tag Team division action as The Lynch Mob (Matt and Joey Lynch) will face The Get Along Gang (CB Suave & Marco Polo w Gil Quest) and a match that has been brewing for weeks, also his guests on The Talent Show, "The Real" Slim J vs Kevin Blue. 

Both men came out. Talent advised per management we knew this was coming based on previous actions. (Slim beat Blue in a contenders series bout on 6/11, Blue cost Slim his title shot against A Henry on 6/25, Slim stooged off Blue's use if a foreign object in a match against J Ashworth on 7/9, Blue beside himself later tried to return the favor in Slim vs P Apollo but it backfired.) As a result of all this bad blood and that we had to stop all this interference ....neither man could touch each other until 7/30 or the match was off. What followed was one of the most shocking verbal joust sessions in arena history. Things got personal and heated and they escalated quickly. Insults thrown included but were not limited to Blue claiming Slim was protected by the office because his pic was on the wall and he was a golden boy. Slim claiming Blue never showed up for training sessions to better himself and having one of the terrible attitudes that gives his generation a bad name. Blue accusing Slim of being a junkie on meth who lives in a trailer and a prime example of the old guard while Blue had a wife, kids, a mortgage and a bank account. Slim accusing Blue's wife of being a "ring rat" and questioning the paternity of his children and Blue responded by insulting Slim's deceased mother. JT Talent had to stop Slim from knocking Blue out and Blue slithered away. It was announced that both would be in singles competition tonight as Talent tried to calm down Slim. 

1) "Wild" Billy Buck def the returning Brandon Parker with the superkick. Post match Jonathan Feltner reminded fans that Buck would team w James Drake to face The Hooligans and The Dark City Fight Club at Summer Of Hate in the finals if the tag title tournament. 

2) "The Real" Slim J defeated "The Empbruh" Black Baron in a pure wrestling clinic where both men brought their A game. Baron has had success traveling to places like FIP in FL and Tier One in NY and it looked like he had Slims number on several occasions but the veteran tenacity of Slim prevailed with a quick sunset flip combination that scored the victory. 

3) Viking War Party (Alexander Rudolph and Jake Parnell) defeated The Lynch Mob (Matt and Joey Lynch) with the help of a steel chair unseen by the official. This match and the Slim vs Baron match were both contenders for MOTN but the crowd response for these teams may have given this one the slight edge. The VWP brought their unique brand of Nordic violence to the popular brothers Lynch but the sibling tandem from Rossville, GA held their own and even had one of the best tag teams in the US currently in the VWP on the ropes. It looked like The Lynches may pull out the upset but the power of a steel chair swung by the gargantuan Rudolph ended those hopes. 

- Intermission- 

4 Troy Hunt defeated Kevin Blue via DQ. This wasn't much of a match. Blue was clearly trying to make an example of Slim J's prized pupil Hunt. The second Hunt mounted any real offense...Blue went for a chair and got intentionally DQ'd. He pummeled Troy Hunt viciously post match. Slim came out for the save but was held back by his colleagues Billy Buck and JT Talent as officials pulled Hunt to safety during the chaos. Slim never made contact w Blue so the match is on for 7/30.

5 Prince Apollo vs Josh Crowe
 Josh Crowe competes in the Middle TN and Mid Western region primarily including IWA Mid South. He showed a great deal of in ring skill that included crisp fundamentals and innovative offense in his WWW debut. On this night however, The Prince was on a mission to prove he would not be ignored and he racked up another big victory. 

6 "The Priest Of Punishment" Mikael Judas defeated Chris Spectra with El Crucifejo in about 5 min. Spectra had been left out in the cold by former Beardos partner Wade Adams (who ditched Spectra to join the SBC) and this was his first appearance since. He looks to have dropped some weight. Spectra had a better showing than expected honestly but Judas is Judas and reminded everyone of that in short order. 

 A video promo from Jeff G Bailey and Gunner Miller appeared post match. Bailey said he couldn't believe his former friend Judas would try to embarrass him like he did on 7/9 just because he was jealous of Gunner Miller. Bailey promised a CTE as payment at both Summer Of Hate and at The Scenic City Invitational. Judas responded to live crowd saying...A) Bailey was never his friend and B)He was going to beat Gunner in Judas' house, Gunners house and that he hoped someone signed a part 3 because he was going to beat him there as well.

7 The Devil's Rejects ( Se7en and Brad Cash) w Rev Dan Wilson vs The Southern Bastards Crew (Bobby Moore and Wade Adams w Cyrus The Destroyer and Logan Chase III) was declared a double DQ when the ref lost control. The 4 on 3 brawl spilled first outside the ring and then into the audience in a scene of pure pandemonium. WWW matchmaker Dany Only came out to try and get the situation under control. He had his hands full. He finally warned Wilson and Chase to call them off or he'd fire everyone for insurance liability reasons. Only said that he saw some Bikers vs some Satanists and that sounded like a 70s horror movie so we were going to have a Grindhouse match between Rejects and SBC at Summer of Hate. Grindhouse Match = FANS BRING THE WEAPONS was announced to a huge pop.

Wildkat Pro Wrestling Results from Metairie on July 23

From Brian Slack:

Wildkat Pro Wrestling was in Metairie, LA on July 23.  Results:  "The SituAsian" Bu Ku Dao defeated "Notorious" Shane Taylor to retain the Wildkat Heavyweight championship.  Ruby Raze defeated Saraya Knight and Savannah Evans in a triple threat match.  Scott Phoenix defeated Socorro.  "One Man" Mike Dell defeated Matt Striker, "Chalmation Sensation" Danny Flamingo, Big Johnny Flex, Barrett Brown and Sexy Chino in a six way scramble match.  "Southern Stomper" Luke Hawx defeated Caleb Konley.  "Outlaw" Matt Lancie defeated "Wildcard" J Spade.  Stevie Richards defeated Curt Matthews to retain the Wildkat Revolution championship.  

WWE NXT Results from Cocoa Beach on July 23

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Cocoa Beach, FL on July 23.  Results:  Niko Bogojevic defeated Patrick Clark.  Tucker Knight defeated Sawyer Fulton.  The Authors of Pain (Gzim Selmani & Sunny Dhinsa) defeated Chris Atkins & Adrian Jaoude.  Carmella defeated Mandy Rose.  Mojo Rawley defeated Josh Woods.  Daria defeated Liv Morgan.  Shinsuke Nakamura, Shane Thorne & Nick Miller defeated Tino Sabbatelli, Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson. 

NWA Smoky Mountain Results from Elizabethton on July 23

From Brian Slack:

NWA Smoky Mountain was in Elizabethton, TN on July 23.  Results:  "Picture Perfect" Jordan Kage defeated Christian Tayler.  Onslaught defeated Josh Munday.  Austin Tyler Morris defeated John Castro.  Wild Bill defeated Chris Richards.  Travis Lee wins a 3 on 1 handicap match.  The Heatseekers (Sigmon & Elliott Russell) defeated The Hardliners (Jeff Connelly & Bryan Montgomery) to retain the NWA United States Tag Team championships.  Vince Brent defeated Axton Ray to retain the NWA Mountain Empire championship.

Georgia Premier Wrestling Results from Benton on July 23

From GWH News:

Georgia Premier Wrestling was in Benton, TN on July 23.  Results:  Jason Collins defeated "The Ultimate Underdog" Ray Ray.  Johnny Rokk defeated "Hot Stuff" Eddie Adams to retain the DSCW Southern States championship.  Ray Fury defeated Drew Game.  Casey Kage defeated Shaggy.  The Movement (Chip Hazard & "Messiah" Talon Williams) defeated Drew Delight & Eli Thompson by count out.  Cuzin Cletus defeated Torque.

Mountain Championship Wrestling Results from Pikeville on July 23

From Brian Slack:

Mountain Championship Wrestling was in Pikeville, TN on July 23.  Results:  Tony Anthony defeated Marcus Williams.  Matt Garvin defeated Robert Star.  CJ Therrell defeated Psycho Medic by DQ after Medic hits Therrell with a low blow.  Shannon Hayes defeated Aaron Lucas and James Cole in a triple threat match.  Johnny Demento defeated Sgt Claymore.  The Regulators defeated The Armed Forces (Big Rig & Grand Moki) to win the MCW Tennessee Tag Team championships.  Big Heavy defeated Deathstalker.  

Tipping Point Preview

From Larry Goodman:

EVOLVE star Matt Riddle will be our special guest tonight Tuesday at 7pm. Callers welcomed at 347-324-5735.

July 26 Birthdays and Memoriams

Tommy Rich and Roderick Strong celebrate birthdays today.

Kid Lipton died on this day in 1981, and Jack Casey passed away in 1990. Chuck Conley was 75 when he died on this day in 2013.

Monday, July 25, 2016

NWA New South Championship Wrestling Results from Franklin on July 22

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling was in Franklin, KY on July 22.  Results:  Shiner Sutton defeated Justin Grandberry.  Royal Pains defeated The Brotherhood.  Teddy King defeated Dakota France to retain the NWA Bluegrass championship.  The System (Ray Waddell & CCW) defeated Jordan Whitaker & Mr USA to win the NWA Southern Tag Team championships.  "Ironman" Rob Conway defeated Vic the Bruiser by DQ.  Vic the Bruiser retains the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship.  "Real Deal" Derek Neal defeated Arrick "The Dragon" Andrews.

AML Wrestling in Clemmons on July 31

From GWH News:

AML Wrestling will be at the Old Clemmons Gym in Clemmons, NC on July 31.  Advertised:  Dixon Line (Joe Keyes & Ken Dixon) vs. Team Excellence.  Raphael King vs. Joe Black.  Caprice Coleman vs. Jordan Kage.  Caleb Konley vs. Kevin Kross.  Zane Dawson vs. Tommy Dreamer vs. Damian Wayne.  The Heatseekers (Elliott Russell & Sigmon) defends the AML Tag Team championships against the Geordie Bulldogs (Sean Denny & Mark Denny).  Cedric Alexander defends the AML Prestige championship against Shane Strickland.  Tickets are $10 general admission.  The venue is located at 3540 Clemmons Road.  Doors open at 3:00 PM and bell time is at 4:00.

Old School Championship Wrestling in Hanahan on July 31

From GWH News:

Old School Championship Wrestling will be at the Hanahan Recreation Complex Gym in Hanahan, SC on July 31.  Advertised:  Carlito, Gangrel, John Skyler, Brandon Paradise, BJ Hancock, Zane Riley, Tracer X, Sixx, Asylum, The Beautiful Bald Besties ("Marvelous" Michael Stevens & "Encore" Zac Edwards), James Drake, Jaxson James, Zuka King, Jett Black, Rob Killjoy, TJ Boss, Nick Kismet, Kevin Phoenix, Logan Creed, Steven Hunter, Mason Myles, Michael Frehley, Drew Adler, Ms Harden, Reginald Vanderhoff.  The venue is located at 3100 Mabeline Road.  Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 13.  Doors open at 4:30 PM and bell time is at 5:00.


WWE in Augusta on July 31

From GWH News:

WWE will be at the Augusta Entertainment Complex in Augusta, GA on July 31.  Advertised:  Roman Reigns, AJ Style, Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn, Kevin Owens, Xavier Woods, Big E, Kofi Kingston, Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Braun Strowman, Charlotte.  The venue is located at 601 7th Street.  Bell time is at 7:00 PM.

WWE in Asheville on July 31

From GWH News:

WWE will be at the Kimmel Arena in Asheville, NC on July 31.  Advertised: Dean Ambrose, Chris Jericho, Kane, Kalisto, Alberto Del Rio, Cesaro, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Enzo Amore, Big Cass, D-Von Dudley, Bubba Ray Dudley, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin.  The venue is located at 227 Campus Drive.  Bell time is at 7:00 PM.

Premiere Wrestling Xperience Report from Charlotte on July 24

From Larry Goodman:

“Another Level” was totally worth the drive from Atlanta as it turned out to be my favorite live event of 2016. Great matches, compelling stories and an electric packed house – I doubt it get any better than this for independent wrestling in the Southeast.

Anthony Henry upset Roderick Strong in a best technical match of the show. Emotions peaked for the main event that saw Jake Manning put his career on the line and defeat John Skyler to win the PWX World Championship. The sleeper was the match between David Starr and Corey Hollis, a classic example of telling a story in the ring. Seeing Cedric Alexander showered with love by his hometown fans fresh off his performance at the Cruiserweight Classic was a real treat. He had a thrilling match with Marty Scurll.

Attendance at Club Escapade VIP was 400+ standing room only. Crowd reactions were strong all afternoon long for a show that ran 3 hours and 15 minutes in sweltering heat. PWX has hit on winning formula that satisfies the NXT millennial crowd and families alike. Any wrestling promotion would kill for the type of fanbase PWX has cultivated – appreciative, respectful and willing to suspend disbelief.

PWX has had good success running Club Escapade. The lighting is kind of funky (no lighting directly over the ring) and the air conditioning definitely wasn’t up to snuff. Otherwise it’s a nice set up for wrestling. 

Georgia Premier Wrestling in Blairsville on July 30

From GWH News:

Georgia Premier Wrestling will be at the Union County Civic Center in Blairsville, GA on July 30.  Advertised:  Caleb Konley vs. Torque.  Corey Hollis vs. Kyle Matthews.  The venue is located at 185 Wellborn Street.  Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 12.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.


Hottest Stars of Wrestling in Rio Grande on July 30

From GWH News:

Hottest Stars of Wrestling will be at the CBT Bo Palmer in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico on July 30.  Advertised:  Criminal HD defends the HSW Heavyweight championship in a fatal four way against Rey Luis, Tony Cross and Neerok.  The Hermoso One vs. Boy Demon.  Team Arrogancia vs. Los Naturales.  Chief Attakullakulla vs. Criminal De Guerra.  Amy vs. Beba vs. Nena Fichu for the HSW Feminino championship.  Mr Dollar & Gran Bebe vs. Angel Matos & Marcos Dabura.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Mountain Championship Wrestling in Pikeville on July 30

From GWH News:

Mountain Championship Wrestling will be at the MCW Arena in Pikeville, TN on July 30.  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.

Renegade Championship Wrestling in Chatsworth on July 30

From GWH News:

Renegade Championship Wrestling will be at the RCW Arena in Chatsworth, GA on July 30.  Advertised:  A double ring battle royal to determine the #1 contender for the RCW Heavyweight championship.  Rick Hayes vs. CJ Holloway.  Alex Michaels defends the RCW Heavyweight championship against Josh Vaughn.  Team Randy (Big Will, Jess Wade, Shane Williams, Mike Reed & Zack Stevens) vs. Team Josh (Mad Hatter, Dino Dupree, Landon Priest, Mike Clay & Tristan Daniels).  There will also be a no limits scramble match.  The venue is located at 806 N 2nd Avenue.  Tickets are $12 ringside, $10 bleachers and $3 bleachers children under 7.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.


Ultimate Extreme Wrestling in East Ridge on July 30

From GWH News:

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling will be at the UEW Arena in East Ridge, TN on July 30.  The venue is located at 410 Scruggs Road.  Tickets are $7 adults and $3 children.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Why We Wrestle in Cornelia on July 30

From GWH News:

Why We Wrestle will be at The Church in Cornelia, GA on July 30.  Advertised:  "The Lethal Dose" Stryknyn defends the WWW Triple Crown championship against "5 Star King" Anthony Henry (w/Amber Young).  "Unstoppable" Jacob Ashworth vs. "Koncrete Gorilla" Nemesis in a Georgia bullrope match.  If Nemesis loses, he must leave WWW but if Jacob Ashworth, he becomes Nemesis' slave.  Dark City Club (Kory Chavis & Jon Davis) vs. "Wild" Billy Buck & "New Age Enforcer" James Drake vs. The Hooligans (Devin Cutter & Mason Cutter)(w/Uncle Leo) in the finals of the WWW Tag Team championship tournament.  "The Real" Slim J vs. Kevin Blue.  Southern Bastards Crew vs. The Devils Rejects in a grindhouse match where the fans bring the weapons.  "The People's Captain" Gunner Miller (w/Jeff G Bailey) vs. "Priest of Punishment" Mikael Judas.  Lynch Mob (Matt Lynch & Joey Lynch) vs. Get Along Gang.  "Incredible Huck" Will Huckaby vs. "Wrestling's Only Male Gymnast" Timmy Lou Retton.  Also advertised are George South and Les Thatcher.  The venue is located at 4246 Mud Creek Road.  Tickets are $20 adults and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

World Xtreme Wrestling in Minneola on July 30

From GWH News:

World Xtreme Wrestling will be at the Minneola City Hall in Minneola, FL on July 30.  The venue is located 800 US Highway 27.  Tickets are $15 and $5 children under 11.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 6:30.


WWE in Savannah on July 30

From GWH News:

WWE will be at the Savannah Civic Center in Savannah, GA on July 30.  Advertised:  Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, AJ Styles, Kofi Kingston, Big E, Xavier Woods, Sami Zayn, Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Braun Strownman, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Charlotte.  The venue is located at 301 W Oglethorpe Avenue.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

WWE in Knoxville on July 30

From GWH News:

WWE will be at the Thompson-Boling Arena in Knoxville, TN on July 30.  Advertised:  Dean Ambrose, Chris Jericho, Kalisto, Cesaro, Alberto Del Rio, Kane, D-Von Dudley, Bubba Ray Dudley, Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, Enzo Amore, Big Cass, Dolph Ziggler, Baron Corbin.  The venue is located at 1600 Phillip Fulmer Way Ste 202.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

WWE NXT in Jacksonville on July 30

From GWH News:

WWE NXT will be at the Maxwell Snyder Armory in Jacksonville, FL on July 30.  The venue is located at 9900 Normandy Boulevard.  Tickets are $20 ringside and $10 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

X Wrestling in Miami on July 30

From GWH News:

X Wrestling will be at the Polish American Club in Miami, FL on July 30.  The venue is located at 1250 Northwest 22nd Avenue.  Tickets are $15 ringside, $10 adult general admission and $5 children under 13 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

All-Star Wrestling Network in Fort Valley on July 29

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network will be at the AWN Wrestleplex in Fort Valley, GA on July 29.  Advertised:  AJ Steele vs. "Marvelous" Michael Stevens.  There will also be a Lethal Lottery tag team tournament for the vacant AWN Tag Team championships.  The venue is located at 1361 Peach Parkway.  Tickets are $5 and free for children under 7.  Doors open at 7:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on July 29

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on July 29.  The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 7:45 PM and bell time is at 8:15.

NWA New South Championship Wrestling in Franklin on July 29

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on July 29.  Advertised:  Teddy King defends the NWA Bluegrass championship against Alexander King.  Bad Boy Phillips defends the NWA New South US championship against "The Real Deal" Derek Neal.  The Brotherhood vs. Steven King & Bam Bam Baker.  "Superstar" Ray Waddell vs. Shiner Sutton.  CCW vs. Mike Jablonski.  The venue is located at 512 W Madison Street.  Tickets are $8, $6 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on July 29

From GWH News:

ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on July 29.  Advertised:  Caleb Konley.  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 7:00.

Note:  Caleb Konley will be doing a seminar at the ProSouth Arena on July 29.  The cost of the seminar is $10.  The seminar starts at 4:30 PM and ends at 5:30.

WWE in Tallahassee on July 29

From GWH News:

WWE will be at the Donald L Tucker Civic Center in Tallahassee, FL on July 29.  Advertised:  Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Kevin Owens, Apollo Crews, Kofi Kingston, Big E, Xavier Woods, Jimmy Uso, Jey Uso, Bray Wyatt, Erick Rowan, Braun Strowman, Charlotte.  The venue is located at 505 W Pensacola Street.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

WWE NXT in Orlando on July 29

From GWH News:

WWE NXT will be at the National Guard Armory in Orlando, FL on July 29.  The venue is located at 2809 S Fern Creek Avenue.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

July 25 Birthdays and Memoriams

Mikal Judas, Paul Lee, and Da Fireman celebrate birthdays today.

Sweet Georgia Brown died at the age of 50 on this day in 1989, and Assad Batros was 78 when he passed in 1994. Mickey Gold passed away at the age of 84 on this day in 2003. Vic Vengeance was 33 when he died on this day in 2004, and Henry Marcus was 93 when he passed on the same day. ‘Black’ Jack Daniels passed away at the age of 83 on this day in 2012.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

WWA4 in Atlanta on July 28

From GWH News:

WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on July 28.  The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

American Combat Wrestling in Hudson on July 28

From GWH News:

American Combat Wrestling will be at Kickers South in Hudson, FL on July 28.  The venue is located at 12142 US Highway 19.  Tickets are $8.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.