OWW’s This Week In Wrestling – October 26, 2013

TWIWOWW’s This Week In Wrestling – October 26, 2013

Wrecking Ball Wrestling

October 18, 2013

Kevin Cross beats The Time Riders

Lumberjack Tony Martin defeats Chavez, Lil Tony, and Big Sed in a fatal 4 way

Kevin McAllister beat Kase Time

Paul London and Paige Turner beat James Johnson and Angel Blue

Jason Silver and Sky de laCrimosa beat Dammit Bobby and Cervante

Seph Annunaki wins a 18 man battle royal.

Fringe Pro Wrestling Hosts

Wrestling With ALS IV Results

October 20, 2013

Gerry Judge Memorial Semi-Final

Steve Brown defeated Xavier Rome and Mark Shaw

Gerry Judge Memorial Semi-Final

Shane Sabre defeated Jim Nye The Science Guy and Timothy Krane

Gerry Judge Memorial Semi-Final

Danny Magnum won an 11 Man Last Chance Battle Royal to advance to the Finals

NOTE: Magnum last eliminated Timothy Krane. Once again upset by the loss, Krane attacked Magnum. He retrieved a chair, but before he could make use of the object, Jim Nye attacked and made the save.

Ethan Page pinned Justin Coleman

FPW Tag Team Championship

Champions The Dynasty (Kwan Chang & Tommy Powers) and The Untouchables (Eric Cairnie & Robbie Reckless) wrestled to a double countout.

FPW Championship

Champion Carter Mason pinned Joey Allen

Gerry Judge Memorial Final

Shane Sabre defeated Steve Brown and Danny Magnum to become the 2013 Gerry Judge Memorial Champion

NWA Invasion Houston Results

October 22, 2013

“The Real Deal” Chase Owens recaptured the NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Championship by defeating Jason “the Gift” Kincaid, who had taken the title from Owens in Tennessee on August 10. Prior to the match, Kincaid was presented with a brand new World Jr. Heavyweight Championship belt by NWA President Bruce Tharpe. The belt was made by JP Championship Belts, the official belt maker of the NWA. The home promotion of both Owens and Kincaid, NWA Smoky Mountain, has announced that a return match will take place in the near future.

Three additional championships were defended at Invasion. NWA World Heavyweight Champion “Ironman” Rob Conway successfully defended his title against NWA Lone Star Heavyweight Champion “Addictive and Expensive” Byron Wilcott in a Street Fight match. The match was a result of Conway’s disqualification victory over Wilcott in Houston in September.

NWA World Tag Team Champions, Davey Boy Smith, Jr. and Lance Hoyt, the Killer Elite Squad, successfully defeated the team of Liger and Hiroyoshi Tenzan. NWA Lone Star Tag Team Champions, Alex Reigns and “Cowboy” James Claxton, the Sons of Texas, wrestled the NWA Midwest Tag Team Champions, “the Xperience” Damien Wayne and “the Canadian Lion” Lance Erikson, the Lords of K.A.O.S., to a double-countout in a contest for Reigns’ and Claxton’s titles.

In non-title action, New Japan Pro Wrestling stars Gedo and Watanabe defeated former NWA World Tag Team Champions, Scot Summers and Ryan Genesis, the Kingz of the Underground. Former NWA Lone Star Heavyweight Champion Jax Dane was attacked by Wilcott prior to Dane’s match against former NWA Florida Underground Heavyweight Champion Michael Tarver, allowing Tarver to defeat Dane.

NWA Eastern States Champion Lou Marconi defeated his former student, Raymond “Death” Rowe when Rowe was distracted by suspended NWA Houston star Jasper Davis at ringside. Former NWA North American Heavyweight Champion Houston Carson returned to action after suffering a knee injury at the hands of former NWA World Jr. Heavyweight Champion “Modern Day Hero” Kevin Douglas over the summer. Carson teamed with longtime friend and partner “One Man” Mike Dell to defeat Douglas and partner “Absolute” Ricky Starks.

Pro Wrestling Battle Arts

Rocktoberfest

October 24, 2013

The Black Serpent defeated Brent B

Higo El Bigote defeated Bri Sullivan with a rolling up into a small package

“Limitless” Marcus Maquis defeated “Surf’s Up” Johnny Wave and “Reflection of Perfection” Carter Mason. Wave gave Masion a Canadian Destroyer. Maquis then tossed Wave out of the ring. Marquis then pinned Mason for the win.

Cody Deaner pinned “The Walking Weapon” Josh Alexander after DDT to become # 1 contender for Battle Arts Open Weight championship.

Aide Prince and Abe “Action” Jackson defeated The Gym Rats #2, “Hacker” Scotty O’Shea and Alexandro Del Bruno. Prince pinned Del Bruno.

Leah Von Dutch defeated “Midnight Special” RJ City in a intergender match.

“All Ego” Ethan Page pinned “Cyborg” Tyson Dux to retain the Battle Arts Open Weight Championship. Both Deaner and Alexander got involved in the match.

Funkdafied Wrestling Federation

November 1, 2013

All-star pro wrestling makes a rare appearance in the Hopatcong, NJ area on Friday night November 1st at 7:45pm St. Jude’s Parish Hall (40 Maxim Drive/Route 607, minutes from I-80 & Route 46), as popular pro wrestling promotion Funkdafied Wrestling Federation presents a benefit fundraiser for the Sussex P.A.L.

Seeing action that night in Hopatcong will be a pair of TV wrestling legends… current Impact Wrestling star and “Bro”-mancer “Jersey Shore” Robbie E… and former WWE Intercontinental & Tag-Team Champion and Hall of Fame legend “El Matador” Tito Santana!

Plus this show will feature all of your favorite FWF stars including FWF Heavyweight Champion The Atomic Dog, FWF Tag-Team Champions Right To Party (Nicky Oceans & Mike Dennis), the 350+ pound menace Big Jeff Noyze, The 2 Rude Dudes (“Corrupted” Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers), “Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smooth, and more.

Tickets are priced at only $20, with all seats ringside, and are available by calling (973) 440-7400, or online at www.funkdafiedwrestling.com. All major charge cards are accepted, and group rates are available.

Ring Wars Carolina

November 2, 2013

For the 1st time ever, Mia Svensson vs. Amanda Rodriguez for the last spot in the hunt for the Fabulous Ladies Of Wrestling Title.

Then you will see, the #1 contender James “Caramel Candy” Anthony take on the RWC World Heavyweight Champion Hector Sanchez.

Fayetteville’s own Hangtyme, goes for the No limits title being held by Diego Vasquez.

All the top RWC superstars will be in attendance for Fall-out 2013 @ the John D. Fuller RAC 6627 Old Bunce road in Fayetteville, NC.

Dragon Gate USA

November 16, 2013

Queensboro Elk’s Lodge

8220 Queens BLVD.

Elmhurst, NY 11373

Dragon Gate USA

November 17, 2013

Brooklyn Lyceum

227 4th Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Mochizuki finally returns to DGUSA at the  November events In NYC.

Ticket prices for both events are:

1st Row Reserved – $50 *(includes $10 merch credit) 2nd Row Reserved – $35 *(includes $5 merch credit) General Admission – $20 *(includes $5 merch credit) Brooklyn Only – VIP Fan Experience Balcony – $75 – These are the best seats in the house with an incredible view of the ring. These tickets include an exclusive meet & greet where the wrestlers will actually come to your seats! A $10 merch credit  is also included.

*merch credit is good on anything on the DGUSA/EVOLVE table including DVD 2 & 3 Pack Deals. It must be redeemed at the show that night. It cannot be combined with other credits.

We are very excited to announce that both Masaaki Mochizuki and Jimmy Susumu will make their returns to the East Coast for the first time in over two years! These two hard-hitters add to an incredible talent roster, which includes  the popular Genki Horiguchi. Check out this all star roster set for Queens and

Brooklyn:

Already Signed:

Open The Freedom Gate Champion Johnny Gargano -Open The United Gate Champions The Young Bucks -EVOLVE Champion AR Fox -Ricochet -Rich Swann -Masaaki Mochizuki -Genki Horiguchi -Jimmy Susumu -Trent Baretta -Chuck Taylor -Jon Davis -Anthony Nese with Su Yung & Mr. A -Caleb Konley -The Bravado Brothers -Andrew Everett -Mr. Touchdown -Steven Walters -Jigsaw (11/17 only) -Biff Busick (11/16 only) -Shane Strickland (11/16 only) -Plus more to be added!!!

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