BILL BEHRENS SE WRESTLING NEWS & NOTES for 5-31-13
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Classic NWA Wildside Episodes are now being posted at
NWA Wildside TV eps 106 from 2001 is online now.
MATCH #1 TNT VS LOST BOYZ
MATCH #2 MIKE PITTMAN & SLIM J VS G RATED
MATCH #3 BAD ATTITUDE VS THE LOST BOYZ
MATCH #4 JIMMY RAVE VS JC DAZZ
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ANARCHY TV at http://anarchy-wrestling.net/
MATCH #1 MISS RACHAEL IN RING
MATCH #2 NEWSOME & WILEY VS TODD SEXTON
MATCH #3 WASHINGTON BULLETS VS THE MOVEMENT
MATCH #4 WAR GAMES HIGHLIGHTS
ANARCHY TV TAPING DATES
CORNELIA ARENA 8PM Belltime
4236 Level Grove Rd. Cornelia, GA
2nd & 4th Saturdays
ANARCHY HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION: JEREMY VAIN
ANARCHY TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: THE WASHINGTON BULLETS
ANARCHY TV CHAMPION: BOBBY MOORE
ANARCHY YOUNG LIONS CHAMPION: CB SUAVE
May 25 Anarchy Wrestling in Cornelia, GA
From Larry Goodman:
Anarchy Wrestling presented another top notch wrestling show in Cornelia, GA Saturday night.
And I do mean wrestling — nine matches and not a bad one in the bunch. The match ups clicked all night long. The tag title bout was the best the champions…make that former champions, The Movement, have looked in an Anarchy ring. The same might be said for our new champions, The Washington Bullets. There was enough action to fill three hours of TV.
I expected more talk and not so much wrestling, but I’m learning to expect the unexpected where Anarchy is concerned. Bill Behrens is making a conscious effort to avoid the tried and true booking patterns of Cornelia wrestling. It’s an artistic success so far. There seems to be a complete disconnect with attendance.
80 was better than the 65 in the NWA Arena for the last TV. But ain’t saying much. The offer of free admission for military personnel enticed a grand total of four vets to attend the show.
With Hostile Environment 2013 a mere five weeks away, few clues were provided about Anarchy’s major event of the summer season. Shaun Tempers is bound and determined to get his rematch with Anarchy Champion Jeremy Vain. The ugliness between The Elite and Unforgiveable Blackness will surely lead to something. The best of five series between Anthony Henry and Seth Delay will conclude there if Delay’s body holds up. Beyond that, it’s hard to say except with the action like last night, it’s bound to be good.
(1) Joey Rhymer & BJ Hancock defeated Brandon Parker & Jacoby Boykins in 8:48. Rhymer has added some much needed muscle to his frame. His aerial attack did him no favors in the match. Rhymer landed on Parker’s back and got nailed with a backpack stunner. Boykins caught Rhymer’s flying bodypress and made it into a fallaway slam. Boykins squashed Rhymer with a Vader Bomb. Resliency prevailed. Hancock’s house cleaning was cut off by Parker’s STO backbreaker. Boykins wanted in. The heels argued, giving Hancock a chance to roll Boykins up. A nice opener.
Afterward, Boykins turned their “kiss and make up” handshake into a short arm clothesline and left Parker laying with his spinning powerslam. Kevin Blue confronted Boykins about his bad behavior. Boykins backed off. Blue raised Parker’s hand, so I guess we will be seeing how Parker fares as a babyface at Anarchy. Parker has done well in that role at APW.
(2) Anthony Henry (with Miss Rachael) defeated Seth Delay via submission in 11:44 to take a 2-0 lead in their best of five series. In honor of Miss Rachael, Delay came out with a trash bag on a hanger. An enraged Henry was all over him posthaste. Henry went after the legit shoulder injury Delay suffered in match #1. Delay rallied from pure agony to hit hit the Overnite Sensation for a near fall, but Henry reversed the momentum with a single arm DDT. The action spilled to ringside, where Henry slammed Delay’s shoulder into the guardrail. Delay posted Henry’s groin and worked over his knee, just like the first match. Henry capitalized on Rachael’s provacative BS with a hammerlock suplex. Henry tried for a missile dropkick, but Delay was ready and waiting with a figure four leglock. Henry teased tapping before lunging to the ropes. Henry used a Codebreaker on the arm to set up a crossface (the move that crushed his shoulder) Delay reversed. Delay with a Yoshi Tonic and the cradle DDT~! But Henry got his foot over the ropes. Rachael was at it again. Delay fell for it and Henry ran his shoulder into the post. Back inside, Henry locked in a Fujiwara armbar and Delay passed out from the pain. The devil is in the details, and in that respect, pro wrestling doesn’t get much better than this.
Postmatch, Henry said Delay wouldn’t make it to match #3, and the shape Delay was in, it was hard to argue with him. Delay needed help from Behrens and Steven Walters to make it to the dressing room.
(3) Sammy Guevara defeated William “The Hammer” Roberts and Kharn Alexander in a triple threat match at 9:30. Geuvara ran his obnoxious mouth, claiming to be the best ever and challenging anyone in the back to a match. That got him a “who are you?” chant and two challengers in form of physique freak Alexander and the Travis Tomko-ish Roberts. All of these guys come across like legitimate pro wrestlers. I see upside in Guevara and Roberts. Alexander has the cosmetic look but moves like a robot in the ring. Guevara was slinking around ringside with skullduggery on his mind. He pulled Alexander out and executed a cool impact move suspended from the ringpost. Alexander reentered the fray with slingshot sunset flip on Roberts, who simultaneously hit a release german suplex on Guevara. They did a spectacularly scary three way spot where Roberts got Guevara in the electric chair position and Alexander picked him off with a blockbuster. Guevara damn near landed on top of his head. Geuvara broke up Alexander’s Boston crab with a superkick to the base of the skull. Roberts crushed Alexander with a pumphandle slam, but Guevara pulled the ropes down on big man and stole the pin. It was entertaining for what it was — an exhibition of cool moves by three guys that don’t figure into the big picture here.
(4) D’Arcy Dixon defeated Dementia D’Rose in 5:45. D’Rose crawled down ramp. She’s one mentally unbalanced young lady. D’Rose got a “Kharma” call but looks more like a mixed race offspring of the Wild Samoans. Dixon is the new Resistance Pro women’s champion, winning the title vacated by Kharma/Kong in Chicago Friday night. Dixon has the body builder look. Smaller of stature than I expected. Dixon tried to knot up D’Rose’s massive thighs. D’Rose made her pay the price with a butt butt and a sidewalk slam. D’Rose missed charging in. It took several blows for Dixon to put D’Rose on the deck and rightly so. Dixon flew and got flattened by a World’s Strongest Slam. After a crash and burned top rope splash by D’Rose, Dixon connected with a second flying bodypress for the win. Decent enough as a special attraction. Dixon doesn’t look as feminine with the shorter hairstyle. Like match #3, it didn’t figure into ongoing stories.
(5) John Skyler defeated Steven Walters in 6:45. Skyler turned on Walters (a favorite of Anarchy owner Franklin Dove) at the previous show. Walter launched a surprise attack from the entrance. Ferocious brawling ensued until Skyler knocked Walters off the apron and into the rail. The crowd got behind Walters large. Walters responded with a spirited comeback that Walters silenced with a slingshot spear. Walters reversed out of Skyler’s Spoiler Alert (Sliced Bread #2) and hit a tiger suplex for a near fall. Skyler powerbombed the hell out of Walters and had him pinned with his feet on the ropes, but Dove ran down and shoved Skyler’s feet off the ropes at the last split second. Skyler spit at Dove, thus diverting the attention of referee Dee Byers so he could give Walters a low blow. Skyler then pinned Walters using the tights. A short, hot brawl to set up the next step in the process — The Dove hating Alabama Attitude (Mike Posey & Corey Hollis) vs. Dove faves Walters & Gunner on June 8.
(6) Unforgivable Blackness (Shadow Jackson & Geter) vs. The Elite (Se7en & Jagged Edge with Shaun Tempers & Jeff G. Bailey) was ruled a no contest at 9:09. Tempers joined Wolverton on commentary. Jackson and Jagged Edge took turns taking punishment. Geter chopped the crap out of Jagged Edge. WARNING: do not set foot in Anarchy ring if you cannot dish out and take chops. Jagged Edge with leapfrog! Jackson was quivering on the mat after taking Se7en’s jumping elbow drop. Jagged Edge broke out a classic Magnum TA belly to belly suplex. It built to the inevitable confrontation between the monsters, Se7en and Geter. It was a major improvement over their first encounter. The match deteriorated into a chaotic brawl and ref Ken Wallace had no choice but to throw it out.
The postmatch was out of control such that the entire roster came out to break it up. This should make a potent ending for one of the TV episodes.
(7) Washington Bullets (Jon & Trey Williams) defeated The Movement (Najasism & Vandal) 2 out of 3 falls to win the Anarchy Tag Titles in 17:45. Trey kneed Naja on the initial lock up to set the tone. Naja snapped off a pair of huracanranas in response. Trey made a blind tag and kicked Vandal’s face off to turn the tide. The Bullets were being arrogant assholes as they dominated Vandal. Najasism ran wild with the tag. Naja pinned Trey after an Iconclasm/top rope splash combo to win the first fall. The second fall opened with Movement still on the attack. Jon whiplashed Naja’s neck by pulling him off the top rope, and it was all Bullets. The fans got weirdly quiet while Naja was taking a beating, but not at all like they were bored. This time, it was Vandal running wild with the tag. The Movement set up for their finisher again, but the Bullets countered with the Marion Barry (backcracker/stunner) to win the second fall. That top rope backcracker Jon gave Vandal was a sick, sick move. The third fall saw Najasism kick it into high gear. Naja couldn’t convert with the Iron Boot, and Bullets smoked him with a buckle bomb/kick to the head ala Young Bucks. The Bullets brought one of the belts into the ring. Vandal foiled their plan with a double missile dropkick. Movement nailed Jon with an Iron Boot/Zig Zag combo. Jon was toast. In desperation, Trey pulled referee Byers out of the ring. Jon nailed Naja with the belt. Naja took a spinning bump off the belt shot and was pinned by Jon. The finish looked tremendous. Hell, the whole match was tremendous. Vandal brought it like he never has before at Anarchy. Najasism’s offense is amazing, a fearless combination of speed, timing and athleticism. You wouldn’t think a guy that small could inflict believable damage but he does it match after match. The Bullets are fast becoming great heels, and their in-ring is a lot more consistent.
(8) Jeremy Vain defeated Kevin Blue to retain the Anarchy Heavyweight Championship in 7:24. Just before the bell, Tempers and Bailey appeared at ringside. Bailey said Vain was just trying make himself look good by fighting one of his protégés instead of being in with the real champion. Bailey reminded Vain that Tempers had a rematch clause. Blue was holding his own with the champion. Vain busted out a dragon suplex and took control of the match. Vain was not to be outdone with the stiff chops. Blue scored a series of near falls before Vain connected with the VKO. Blue blocked the DDT and got an inside cradle, but Vain reversed it for the three count. This was a surprisingly smooth match. Blue helped his own cause and I can’t imagine a better opponent than Vain to maximize the chances of that happening.
Afterward, Tempers was jawing at Vain from ringside when Bret Wolverton announced that Vain would defend the title on June 22…against the winner of a multiple man match on June 8. Tempers was irate, incensed, infuriated, all of the above.
(9) Slim J & Azrael & Billy Buck defeated Cash Vault (Bobby Moore & Tommy Penirelli & CB Suave) in 14:46. Penirelli said Charlie Cash put him in charge for the night and “I got this”. Yeah, right. Slim, Izzy and Buck got the biggest entrance pop of the night, just like the main event babyfaces are supposed to get. Cash Vault was having their asses handed to them (Suave especially) until Cash Vault executed a hellacious gutbuster on Slim to start the heat. The cut offs and hope spots were pretty outstanding as was the house cleaning by Buck. His release german-backdrop-Samoan drop sequence was one for the Billy Buck highlight reel. Azrael and Slim started hitting a barrage of wild and crazy double teams. Moore was dead meat after a superman punch/flying reverse DDT combo, but Penirelli made the save. J got the STF but Suave broke that up. Slim took care of Penirelli and Suave with a top turnbuckle moonsault to the floor. That gave Moore a chance to load up his elbow pad…and walked right into Buck’s superkick. Moore took it flush in the face. It was lights out for the TV Champion at the hands of the former TV Champion. If you like stiff, fast-paced action, this was your kind of main event.
Buck rolled Moore out of the ring and he laid on the floor forever “selling” the devastation. Moore isn’t one to shy away from taking punishment and he took plenty of it in this match.
ANARCHY WRESTLING 6-8-13
WASHINGTON BULLETS VS ALEXANDER JAMES & ELI DANIELS
MIKE POSEY & COREY HOLLIS VS STEVEN WALTERS & GUNNER
4 CORNER ELIMINATION TAG MATCH
WINNER FACES WASHINGTON BULLETS FOR TAG TEAM TITLES ON 6-22
BLUE & PARKER VS THE MOVEMENT VS RHYMER & HANCOCK VS HOT COMMODITY w/ CASH
(WASHINGTON BULLETS on COMMENTARY)
ANARCHY TV TITLE MATCH
BOBBY MOORE w/CASH VS BILLY BUCK
BEST OF 5 (MATCH 3)
ANTHONY HENRY w/MISS RACHAEL VS SETH DELAY
TURMOIL (WINNER FACES JEREMY VAIN FOR ANARCHY TITLE ON 6-22)
5 MIN PROGRESSIVE SINGLES MATCHES, WINNER ADVANCES,
IF TIME LIMITED EXPIRES BOTH ELIMINATED
GETER, SHADOW JACKSON, NEMESIS, SLIM J, AZRAEL
SHAUN TEMPERS, JAGGED EDGE, SE7EN, JACOBY BOYKINS
(JEREMY VAIN ON COMMENTARY)
JEFF G BAILEY (NWA ELITE) YOU TUBE page http://www.youtube.com/user/NWAElite
Anarchy star, Slim J, announces the launch of his new website www.slimj.com .
The website features pics & videos of Slim J, plus very soon fans will be able to purchase Slim J T-Shirts & DVDs. Slim J also create original music & beats that are available for purchase using paypal.
If you want to get trained as a professional wrestler you will find info on the NWA Anarchy Wrestling School at www.slimj.com too.
Dan “The Rev” Wilson podcast:
Thursday at 11:30 PM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/dragonsrejects
The Rev’s Midnight Black Mass – bringing you the most in unique and sinister coverage of all entertainment “On The Fringe” (Pro Wrestling, Music, Horror Films, TV, Comics, Stand Up Comedy and More)
RAMPAGE PRO WRESTLING
The Race to the Gayton Cup continues Sunday Afternoon, June 2 at 3 pm at Johnny G’s in Warner Robins, GA!! The RPW Heavyweight Champion, “Rampage Nation’s Own” MICAH TAYLOR will defend his title and belt in a “TRIPLE THREAT MATCH” against former champion, AJ STEELE from the BLACKLIST, and “Hit for Hire” BOBBY MOORE from Miss Allie‘s Angels. This should be a hard hitting brawl between three of RPW’s true Heavyweights!!!
Don’t Miss “Honey Boo Boo Comes to Rampage Pro Wrestling” at Johnny G’s Fun Center, airing Wednesday, July 17th on TLC!!! You won’t believe what Honey Boo Boo, Mama, Sugar Bear, Punkin, Chubbs, Chickadee and Baby Kaitlyn get into when they bring the WHOLE FAMILY to RPW!!! Mark your calendars!!!
Watch RPW TV each Saturday on Macon’s Fox 24 at 9:00AM and MY41.2 at 10AM and Cox Communications Cable 11 in Middle Georgia Thurs 8PM & Sat noon or anytime at www.rampageprowrestling.net .
RAMPAGE 1 HOUR COX 11 Thurs 8PM & Sat noon
My41.2 Sat 10AM
Fox 24 Sat 9AM
WPLA-AM 1670 Fox Sports Saturday 10AM
PRO SOUTH WRESTLING
627 Southern Avenue
Piedmont, AL 36272
Tickets are $6 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00. For more information, call (256) 447-3825.
ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on May 31st. Advertised: Stupid (w/Tweety), Big Tomb, Ace Haven (w/Amy), The Dakota Outlaws (w/James Hardy). Tickets are $7 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 5:30 and bell time is at 7:00.
Spring Spectacular on June 7th!
Matches already signed:
#1 Contender Steven Michaels vs Champion Stupid (w/Tweety)
Tag Team Championship
Titles vs Amy’s Contract
Total Justice (Scott Spade & “Last Hero” Ace Haven w/Amy Haven) vs Champiosn Dakota Outlaws (w/James Hardy)
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was created in March of? of 2010 and started running shows once a month in Ellijay, Ga. We started out in a place known as Gilmer Golf and games. Our first show drew a crowd of 35 or 40 people. DSCW didn’t get discouraged though we kept giving good quality matches at a fair price and got our crowds up to 150 or more. We had to move to gyms and civic centers to support our fan base, drawing close to 600 on some of our big shows.
http://youtu.be/vWKPRAqVpI4 Taking the Bump: A story of semi-pro wrestling
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the DSCW Arena in Blue Ridge, GA on June 1st. Advertised: Hindu vs. Mr. Tennessee. Tickets are $8 adults and $4 children under 13. Bell time is at 8:00.
APW ROYSTON, GA
Watch NWA APW AFTERSHOCK at:
Latest episode at: http://www.youtube.com/alternativepro
APW has live events each Friday at the Cherry Street Gym in Royston, GA 8PM Belltime.
APW TAG CHAMPS: WADE ADAMS & SETH DELAY
NORTH GEORGIA CHAMP: CHRIS SPECTRA
SOUTHERN STATES CHAMP: JACOBY BOYKINS
APW Tag Team Championship
Wade Adams and “King” Seth Delay(c) def. “Average Joe” Sean Rafferty and Jean’ Pierre’ by pinfall 11:05.(Adams over on Rafferty.
“Venemous” Jaxon Carter def. Joey Rhymer by pinfall in 6:14
Ballenger def. Stitch Sypher by pinfall in 6:08
“The Encore” Kevin Blue def. Adrian Hawkins by pinfall 11:11 to qualify for the GameChanger Rumble on June 7th
APW North Georgia Championship
Chris Spectra(c) def. James Blvd by pinfall in 8:59
#1 Contenders Match
“Brickhouse” Josh Bowie def. “The Sin City Saint” Brandon Parker by pinfall in 7:00 to earn a shot at the Southern States Heavyweight Championship at GameChanger on June 7th.
2 out of 3 Falls Match for the APW Southern States Heavyweight Championship
“The Untouchable” Jeremy Vain(c) def. Jacob Ashworth in 13:51
We’re there every First and Third Saturday of the month!
2001 Main Street
Porterdale, Georgia 30070
(20 East, Go right off of Exit 88, 3.5 miles go left at the four-way stop, building is on the left side of the street)
Empire Wrestling Entertainment will be at the Empire Arena in Rossville, GA .
Tickets are $5. Doors open at 7:00 and bell time is at 8:00.
PRO WRESTLING CHATTANOOGA
Next Classic Pro Wrestling show will be May 24th in Franklin, GA. The main event is a NO DQ Match: Bobby Moore vs Anthony Henry.
WILDKAT SPORTS (MILITARY PRO WRESTLING)
Wildkat YouTube TV
Wildkat Sports and Entertainment returns June 8th, 2013 to the JD Meisler Middle School for “Schools Out!”. You can purchase tickets by emailing [email protected]
New DVD “The Montreal Theory” Questions The Official Story of the Montreal Screwjob
View The Official Trailer Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGHBucy_gO0
Sorgatron Media, in association with Outsource Announcing, is proud to present what can best be described as a “DocuShoot”. Do we know the whole story of The Montreal Screwjob? Do you believe it? Have you always thought things just didn’t add up, or were a little too perfect or convenient, or there has to be more that meets the eye? Think it’s far-fetched? It’s more realistic than you think! Whatever you think, watch this DVD and form your own “Theory”!
Starring: Kevin Kelly, Steve Corino, Raven, Brian Krasman, Justin LaBar
Featuring: CJ Spencer (fka Tony Mamaluke), Robert Maillet (fka Kurrgan), Bill Behrens, Jerry Jarrett, Scott Hudson, Les Thatcher, Chris Cruise, Dr. David Reiss
Hosted by: Joe Dombrowski