ROH Ringside – Issue #18

ROH RingsideROH Ringside – Issue #18

One of the many things that I was interested in seeing when I first got into Ring of Honor was the debut of Samoa Joe. I had heard and read about his twenty one month Title reign, and how he carried the company on his back during the pedophile scandal (look it up on the Internet, if you want more information on it, because I didn’t really know a lot about it, nor do I really care). Samoa Joe was brought in by Christopher Daniels to fight with Low Ki, in the Low Ki/R.O.H. – Prophecy feud. This brought up Samoa Joe’s first match with Low Ki himself.

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WWNLive Alerts – April 1, 2014 edition

WWNLiveWMWWNLive Alerts – April 1, 2014 edition

Let’s get to it….

It is with deep regret that DGUSA must inform our audience of the unfortunate fact Dragon Gate (Japanese) talent will not be able to perform on WrestleMania weekend shows. We have a prepared a series of replacements. We have already announced the first time ever matchup pitting Masato Tanaka against Chris Hero on the Friday night DGUSA show. As the entire pro wrestling world converges on New Orleans this week, the last thing our audience wants to hear or read about is promotional drama. We know you have practically unlimited choices this coming week, and we are going to make sure all those who chose and choose to support DGUSA are rewarded with the best experience we can possibly provide. Here are our replacements….

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NWA champion Kojima to debut stateside May 31, 2014

kojima (2)NWA World Heavyweight Champion and New Japan Pro Wrestling star Satoshi Kojima will make his first appearance in the United States when he will appear at an NWA Houston event on Saturday, May 31 as well as at another NWA event in Texas, the details of which will be released soon.

Kojima, who defeated Rob Conway for the championship at Wrestle Kingdom 8 at the Tokyo Dome on January 4, will then accompany the National Wrestling Alliance to the Cauliflower Alley Club reunion in Las Vegas on June 2-4.

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Anarchy “Hardcore Hell” 2014 report

NWA Anarchy LogoAnarchy “Hardcore Hell” 2014 report

Over 200 fans packed the “Church Of Southern Wrestling” for Hardcore Hell 2014, the 16th consecutive annual event in the old high school gym in Cornelia, GA, and one of the best ever presented.
Ring Announcer, Jonathan Feltner & lead commentator, Brett Wolverton opened the show and introduced new anounce team member, Jeremy Vain.
Stryknyn defeated Se7en with Jeff G Bailey, pinning the big man after hitting a spear.  Postmatch Bailey berated Se7en.

Kaval coming out of retirement to fight the ECW Champion Rhino on June 7, 2014

PWSPro Wrestling Syndicate presents Super Card 2014 on Saturday night June 7th in Rahway NJ.  PWS has just announced that former WWE star Kaval, best known on the indies and around the world as Low Ki is coming out of retirement to battle Rhino for the first time ever in an advertised singles match.

PWS has announced the following names as well thus far for Super Card:   Bret Hart, Hurricane Helms, Buff Bagwell, Al Snow, Blue Meanie, Nova, Baron Von Raschke, Lancy Hoyt, Davey Boy Smith Jr, and Colt Cabana thus far and promises that there’s still a lot more coming.

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Upcoming Independent Wrestling Events – March 30 – April 6 2014

IndyUpcoming Independent Wrestling Events – March 30 – April 6 2014

** Below is a listing of independent wrestling events for the next two weeks. This listing is sent weekly.

** Please send any events you would like added to Nate Stein at or on Twitter @PSPhenom.

Sun, Mar 30 – Battlewar – Les Foufounes Electriques, 87 Sainte-Catherine E, Metro Saint Laurent, Quebec – 8 pm –

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OWW’s This Week In Wrestling – March 29, 2014

TWIWOWW’s This Week In Wrestling – March 29, 2014


March 8, 2014

Miss Rachael & BJ Hancock came out without Joey Rhymer to face Los Laredos.  Laredo Kid came out first then after a brief delay was joined by his “brother”, who then toss Laredo Kid from the ring and attacked Hancock.  Hancock managed to get to the floor and Laredo Kid 2 unmasked to reveal Todd Sexton.   The brawl continued until Sexton had Rachael set up for a piledriver and Hancock pulled her from the ring.  Postmatch Laredo Kid confronted Sexton only to be planted hard by Sexton.

Tommy Penirelli def  Billy Buck by submission to become Anarchy TV Champion.  Postmatch CB Suave who was at ringside attacked Penirelli, and cashed in on his Title Match “anytime”.  Penirelli managed to kick out of Suave’s 1st pin effort, but could not survive the second.   CB Suave is the new Anarchy TV Champion.

Stryknyn def Nemesis after a spear.  Washington Bullets were on commentary sharing one headset and tagging in and out to comment loudly.  At one point with Nemesis in control Bullets came to the floor and demanded their music be played so they could dance.  No music, but it distracted Nemesis enough.  Postmatch the Bullets attacked Nemesis and laid him out.

Shaun Tempers with Jeff G Bailey & Bobby Moore def Ace Rockwell & Slim J when Moore pinned Ace after a back elbow.  It was announced that Moore will challenge Tempers for the Young Lions Title on March 22.

In a Mega Rumble to determine the challenger for CB Suave’s TV Title on March 22, Seth Delay def Vandal, Kameron Kade, Jeremy Foster & Kevin Blue.  John Johnson joined Brett Wolverton for the match.  Seth Delay faces CB Suave on March 22.

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Hoosier Pro Wrestling returns to Columbus, IN April 5, 2014 with “AGRESSION”

HoosierHoosier Pro Wrestling returns to Columbus, IN April 5, 2014 with “AGRESSION”

Saturday April 5th
4-H Fairgrounds
Columbus, IN
Bell Time 7:45pm  Doors open 6:45pm
Tickets $12   kids 4 & under free

7 Big Matches 3 HPW Title Matches
Indy Superstar Flash Flanagan Returns
Main Event HPW Title Match
JKO Defends  against The Zombie Rob Ramer

Info 812-552-4477

Anarchy Wrestling TV taping report: March 22, 2014

anarchyAnarchy Wrestling TV taping report: March 22, 2014

The crowd was down a bit from 3-8 for the 3-22 TV taping, the last before Hardcore Hell on March 29, but they were loud and involved all evening.

Miss Rachael brought out the Laredo Kid claiming he was another victim of Todd Sexton’s jealousy and manipulation that now crossed national borders in it’s reach.  Todd Sexton made quick work of the Laredo Kid.  Postmatch BJ Hancock then a returning Joey Rhymer attacked Sexton until Brody Chase ran them off.

CB Suave def Seth Delay.  It was announced that Suave would defend the TV Title against his former partner Tommy Penirelli, the man he beat for the title, at Hardcore Hell.

In a battle of the 5 Star King vs The Best in Georgia, Anthony Henry def Shane Marx

Bobby Moore def Shaun Tempers with Jeff G Bailey by countout so Tempers retained the Young Lions Title.  Ace Rockwell and Slim J were at ringside distracting both Moore & Tempers throughout the match.  Postmatch it was announced that Tempers will defend the Young Lions Title against Bobby Moore, Slim J & Ace Rockwell at Hardcore Hell.  Bailey said that Tempers had to be pinned or submit to lose, and that if he pinned or submitted any of the other 3 match was over.  And if any of the other pin or submitted someone other than Tempers, he was eliminated and match would continue.

Brandon Parker def “Dynamite Soul” Eric Walker

Lars Manderson & Alex Avgerinos with Brody Chase def Vandal & Kameron Kade

Mike Posey requested he be announced as the uncrowned Anarchy Champion, and said that at Hardcore Hell he would team with Corey Hollis & John Skyler against any 3 wrestlers.  Ace Rockwell def Mike Posey.  Postmatch Seth Delay accepted Posey’s Hardcore Hell challenge and said he’d team with Steven Walters & Billy Buck.

Washington Bullets claimed that Nemesis was injured (at their hand) and Shadow Jackson was home dealing with various age related issues, and that they had no competition.   Washington Bullets (Jon & Trey Williams) def BJ Hancock & Joey Rhymer with Miss Rachel by DQ when Shadow Jackson holding a baseball bat attacked the Williams Brothers when they were outside of the ring and ran them out of the building.  Todd Sexton and Brody Chase, who had been on commentary, then hot the ring attacked BJ Hancock & Joey Rhymer and drove them to the floor.  Sexton announced that he would face BJ Hancock at Hardcore Hell in a Street Fight with Brody Chase handcuffed to Miss Rachael.  Shadow Jackson returned to the ring, grabbed the mike from Sexton and challenged the Washington Bullets to face Himself & Nemesis for the Anarchy Tag Team Titles at Hardcore Hell.

Also at Hardcore Hell on March 29, Se7en with Jeff G Bailey faces Stryknyn, and in the Main Event Mikael Judas defends the Anarchy Heavyweight Title again Iceberg & Geter in a no DQ match.