FCW-WWE Results from Florida on 1/29

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After a exciting weekend event at the Jewish Community Center, Florida Championship Wrestling came back to Bourbon Street Night Club, 4331 US 19N in New Port Richey for their January 29, 2008 event. WWE Superstar the Big Show, the Shane Twins and Doug Basham were in attendance.

(1) Robert Anthony defeated Mr. Yamamoto.

(2) Sheamus, “South City Thriller” Hade Vansen & “Carnival Freak” Sinn Bowdee defeated Brandon “the Greek” Groom, Tommy Taylor & “Campus Legend” Brad Allen.

(3) Jake Hager & “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne defeated Rycklon & Bryan Kelly.

(4) “The Puerto Rican Nightmare” Eric Perez & Eddie Colon defeated Johnny Curtis & Kevin Kiley.

(5) In a special open challenge, 7 Ft Giant Titan (w/Mosca) defeated David Mercury.

(6) The Bella Twins (Nicole & Brianna) defeated Nattie Neidhart & Victoria Crawford.

(7) “The Natural” Nic Nemeth & Big Rob defeated Mighty Mikey & “The Rocket Surgeon” G-Rilla.

(8) FCW Southern Heavyweight championship representative “Handsome” Heath Miller (w/champion Ted DiBiase Jr) defeated WWE Superstar Val Venis

After a exciting weekend event at the Jewish Community Center, Florida Championship Wrestling came back to Bourbon Street Night Club, 4331 US 19N in New Port Richey for their January 29, 2008 event. WWE Superstar the Big Show, the Shane Twins and Doug Basham were in attendance.

(1) Robert Anthony defeated Mr. Yamamoto.

Both men started out fast but it was Anthony who hit a huricurana sending Yamamoto to the floor and his katana sword. The referee convinced him to put it away and re-enter the ring. When he did re-enter, Yamamoto went to his martial arts background to wear out Anthony. He went for the sword a second time and the referee took it away. So Yamamoto used his wrist tape to choke Anthony out and lock in a mid-ring sleeper hold. But Anthony got to the ropes but Yamamoto didn’t break clean and Anthony fought back with punches to the face. But Yamamoto hit a judo throat thrust to send Anthony to the mat gasping for air. Yamamoto went for the submission via what looked like the Octopus. Anthony refused to submit so Yamamoto let the hold go as #1 contender “The Puerto Rican Nightmare” Eric Perez & Eddie Colon looked on from ringside. Anthony got on the attack with a top rope bodyblock for two and a sunset flip also for two. Anthony won via a clothesline into a rolling pin. But his evening went sour when Yamamoto-san spewed the dreaded green mist into his eyes.

(2) Sheamus, “South City Thriller” Hade Vansen & “Carnival Freak” Sinn Bowdee defeated Brandon “the Greek” Groom, Tommy Taylor & “Campus Legend” Brad Allen.

There were several different combative styles in this match. We saw chain wrestling between Vansen and Groom, some high flying action when Taylor was in the ring and straight out power with Sheamus and Bowdee. Allen stood on the apron and flirted with the ladies as his partners did most of the ring work. When he did enter the ring, Allen was more focused on schooling his partners then competing. At one point Allen went to leave and Groom tossed him back to face Vansen who attacked with martial arts holds. Taylor reluctantly tagged in when Allen came to the corner, walking into a storm of action on the other side of the ring. With Allen not interested in the match, Groom tried all he could to help Taylor. Sometimes hurting instead of helping. When Groom got tagged in he took the fight to all three men. Just when it looked like Groom had the victory; Sheamus scooped him up for a power bomb. Taylor could have saved his partner but Allen held his feet from the ring floor.

(3) Jake Hager & “Bad Seed” Shawn Osborne defeated Rycklon & Bryan Kelly.

Osborne and Rycklon began the match but it was Rycklon and Kelly who controlled the tempo of the match. That was until Hager tagged in and he used his size to toss Kelly from one corner to the other. But Hager dropped too early on an attempted backdrop and Kelly kicked him in the face. Rycklon tagged back in and went into a power attack. Hager got schooled when Rycklon got on top for a front facelock but Hager backed him to the corner and tagged in Osborne who laid in several kicks. Kelly came into stop it but the referee stopped him, so Hager & Osborne resorted to double teaming. They did their best to keep Rycklon off his feet so he couldn’t use his strength. But it wasn’t enough as Rycklon tagged in Kelly after Rycklon countered Osborne’s suplex with one of his own. All four men fought in and around the ring but it was Hager who hit Kelly with a tilt-a-whirl slam to get the pin.

Before the biggest match of his career, “Handsome” Heath Miller and Ted DiBiase Jr. hosted the Happy Hour. The special guest on this evening was Christopher Gray. But before Gray came out DiBiase told Miller how proud he was of Miller for defending the championship with style and class. When Gray did grace us with his presence, he corrected Miller who forgot to call him “the Superstar.” Gray took some time to insult the fans and the pub FCW held its events in. As he was running down his ring credentials, he was cut off by fellow Brit Steve Lewington who said he was pissed off about the way things ended Saturday night when he was screwed over by DiBiase’s interference. Lewington demanded a rematch since he was still the number one contender. When Gray stepped into the exchange, Lewington slammed him to the mat, leaving Lewington alone with Miller. But when it looked like they were going to fight, Miller said he was going to get ready for Val Venis.

(4) “The Puerto Rican Nightmare” Eric Perez & Eddie Colon defeated Johnny Curtis & Kevin Kiley.

With help from Colon, Perez won the FCW Royal Rumble on Saturday earning him a Southern Heavyweight championship match on February 15th. Curtis and Kiley didn’t seem too happy about that and took their aggression on Colon in the opening minutes. Perez finally tagged in and went on a power attack, working over Curtis in a corner but Curtis avoided a Stinger Splash and went to work on Perez’s left arm. Kiley tagged in but ended up on the wrong side of the ring, hit with chest chops and punches. Kiley fought back but took his focus off Colon, going after Perez. When he realized where Colon was, Kiley was hit with a Hot Shot. Perez tagged back in and hit Kiley with several power moves and a legdrop that got two. But Colon’s middle rope headbutt missed the mark and Kiley tagged in Curtis who took on both opponents. As this went on Mr. Yamamoto snuck out to ringside and sprayed Kiley with the green mist. As the referee told Yamamoto-san to leave ringside, Colon & Perez hit Curtis with a double team move getting them the pinfall.

(5) In a special open challenge, 7 Ft Giant Titan (w/Mosca) defeated David Mercury.

This was a rematch from last week where Mercury was chokeslammed to defeat. This week Mercury thanked FCW for allowing him the chance to go with Titan once more. Titan and Mosca came to the ring as fans chanted for the Big Show. Mosca said he was confused why Mercury was asking for this match, saying he was missing a few screws. Titan went right to work with a boot to Mercury’s face and followed with a ring shaking power bomb that ended Mercury’s evening.

(6) The Bella Twins (Nicole & Brianna) defeated Nattie Neidhart & Victoria Crawford.

Things between these four FCW Divas escalated Saturday during the Happy Hour when a brawl broke out. FCW Commissioner Steve Keirn decided to let them settle things in the ring. Neidhart and Brianna started the match with Neidhart trying to bully Brianna but she got slapped across the face. Both ladies tagged out and Nicole hit Crawford with a cross bodyblock for two. But Brianna got the referee’s attention when she questioned something and it allowed Neidhart and Crawford to double team Nicole. Neidhart went to work using the ropes to choke Nicole out while Crawford tagged in for a full nelson. But Nicole fought out and tagged in Brianna who attacked both her opponents. Neidhart got knocked to the floor and when Brianna came to the ropes she tripped her. But their double team move backfired and Neidhart got knocked into the sound booth as Crawford was rolled for pin. Afterwards Neidhart and Crawford had a heated verbal exchange and left separately.

(7) “The Natural” Nic Nemeth & Big Rob defeated Mighty Mikey & “The Rocket Surgeon” G-Rilla.

Nemeth and Mikey have been warring for weeks and Mikey and his partner have come out on top each time. So this week Mikey got G-Rilla as his partner. Like their previous encounters Mikey did his talking with wrestling while you had to offer Nemeth millions of dollars to get him to shut his trap. Nemeth decided to have an amateur contest with Mikey, claiming he was ahead on points for several minutes. Mikey caught up on points by hitting Nemeth with several armdrags making the score 10-4 in the eyes of the fans. Mikey decided to let G-Rilla get some of Nemeth and Nemeth ended up on his back after a shoulder tackle. G-Rilla hit an inverted atomic drop and tagged Mikey back in but Mikey went after Big Rob and Nemeth attacked from behind. Nemeth tagged in Big Rob who picked Mikey up for a chokeslam but Nemeth tagged back in to finish the job. Mikey fought out of a chinlock but Big Rob called for the referee and Nemeth used Mikey’s mask to toss him to the canvas. Nemeth came off the middle rope but met Mikey’s boot instead of his chest. Mikey went to tag out but Nemeth stopped him and took Mikey back down into the chinlock. Mikey got to his feet again and this time Nemeth slammed Mikey down before going up once more. This time Nemeth saw the boot and landed in the ring, but missed his in-ring elbow drop. This allowed G-Rilla to tag in and hit Nemeth with a corner splash. But Big Rob grabbed him and hit a Hot Shot which allowed Nemeth to hit a spinning neckbreaker to get the victory.

(8) FCW Southern Heavyweight championship representative “Handsome” Heath Miller (w/champion Ted DiBiase Jr) defeated WWE Superstar Val Venis

This championship match came about after Venis was a guest on the Happy Hour on Saturday. He stuck around to see the controversial ending to Miller’s match and got FCW Commissioner Keirn to sign off on the bout. If Miller was intimidated by the former European and Intercontinental champion he didn’t show it in the opening moments despite Venis in control after some shoulder blocks and armdrags. Miller slid to the floor to rethink his plan of attack with DiBiase who stood at ringside on his crutches. When Miller came back in he got a kick to the gut but Venis grabbed hold and hit several kneelifts to the gut followed by a Russian legsweep for two. Miller floated over on a corner move and dropped down, hitting Venis with a chop block to the knees. Miller drew a bullseye on Venis’ left knee with a spinning toe hold. Venis fought out and went for a suplex but his knee buckled and Miller went back to the leg hold. Miller dragged Venis to the ring apron and dropped the injured knee on it and then dragged it under the ropes pulling for all it was worth. Miller switched and went for a standing ankle twist but Venis blocked the Figure Four, kicking Miller face first into the corner. Venis fought back with a series of punches to the jaw and a backdrop followed by a sideslam for two. Venis went to pick up Miller but got double legged and Miller had the pin but the referee saw both feet on the rope and called for the break. Venis nearly head the title after hitting a sitout power bomb but got two. Miller picked up Venis and went to a corner but ran into the referee. With the referee out of it, Venis hit a Perfect Plex but didn’t get the pin. As Venis went to revive the referee Miller hit him with one of DiBiase’s crutches. Steve Lewington came to ringside to stop the cheating as a second referee came out to keep the match going. Venis went for an ankle lock submission, DiBiase got in the ring to hit Venis with his other crutch. When the referee went to stop DiBiase, he missed Miller tapping out to the hold. But when it looked like Miller was going down to Venis, Miller was slid brass knuckles by Lewington, which Miller used to nail Venis in the jaw with to get another controversial victory.

Remember each Tuesday night you can see FCW live at Bourbon Street Night Club.

Coming to the 2008 Florida State Fair, well you better on Friday February 15th to see FCW live at 6 & 8PM in the Entertainment Hall. Be there early because before and after the events you can meet the wrestlers for photos and autographs. WWE Hall of Fame member “American Dream” Dusty Rhodes plus WWE tag team champions John Morrison & The Miz are going to be in attendance, more names will be announced later.

FCW will return to the Jewish Community Center on Saturday February 23rd with an 8pm belltime.

Be looking for information on our TV tapings to begin on Thursday February 28th in Tampa.

For more information on the FCW Superstars log onto www.fcwwrestling.com

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