Memphis Wrestling (New)

  • June 23, 2001–Memphis Championship Wrestling in Paragould, Arkansas: Tyler Gates b B.A.D, The Island Boys b Joey Abs & Russ Haas, Lance Cade b Christian York, Bitty Little b Dillion Douglas, Spanky b Tyler Gates, Joey Matthews b American Dragon, Steve Bradley b Seven in a Paragould Street Fight..
  • July 4, 2001–Memphis Championship Wrestling in Jonesboro, Arkansas: Derrick King & Flex & Dustin Starr b Randall Collins & Fabulous Rocker & Kryptonite, Alan Steele & Rob Marlem (Mo from Men on a Mission) b Brian Bump & Timothy Grind, Bitty Little b Tyler Gates, Steve Bradley b Seven..
  • July 7, 2001–Memphis Championship Wrestling in Manila, Arkansas: Joey Matthews b Bitty Little, Steve Bradley b Joey Abs to win the Southern Heavyweight title, American Dragon b Lance Cade, Dylan Douglas & Bitty Little b Christian York & Joey Matthews, Spanky b Tyler Gates, The Island Boys (Matty & Kimo) b The Haas Brothers, Seven b Steve Bradley to win the Southern Heavyweight title..

  • May 17, 2003–Memphis Wrestling Redebut from Memphis, Tennessee: Brian Christopher b Rex Sexton, Shock & Awe b 3 jobbers, Kevin White & Chris Harris b Chase Stevens & B.A.D, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Kamala by DQ in a 2/3 Falls Match after Jimmy Hart & Shock & Awe interfered.. Cory Maclin & Bert Prentice were the announcers but they did an angle where Lance Russell replaced Bert Prentice..
  • May 24, 2003–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Jerry “The King” Lawler & Kamala vs. Shock & Awe w/Jimmy Hart ended in a No Contest, Jimmy Hart & his lawyer threatened to sue everybody, Chris Harris & Bill Dundee b Chase Stevens & B.A.D., Flex vs. Kodiak ended in a No Contest after Shock & Awe attacked both men because they refused to sign Jimmy Hart’s contract before the match, Jerry Lawler & Bill Dundee & Chris Harris b Shock & Awe & Doug Gilbert w/Jimmy Hart by DQ ..
  • May 31, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart announces that he and XWF owns half of Memphis Wrestling, Shock & Awe w/Jimmy Hart b Flex & Kodiak to retain the XWF Tag Titles, Brian Christopher b B.A.D., Reginald Walker (Reggie B. Fine) b Rex Sexton, Bill Dundee & Kevin White b The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas), Jerry “The King” Lawler b “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert in a 2/3 Falls match (Lawler won the first fall by DQ after Gilbert struck the referee; Lawler won the second fall by DQ after the Moondogs interfered!) — Jimmy Hart gained 50% of the company between the end of last weeks show and the start of this weeks show. And he decided to bring in XWF to feud with the company..
  • June 7, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Doug Gilbert w/Jimmy Hart b Kevin White, The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) b Flex & Kodiak, Reginald Walker (Reggie B. Fine) b B.A.D., Jerry “The King” Lawler & “Superstar” Bill Dundee b Shock & Awe w/Jimmy Hart by DQ in a 2/3 Falls Match after the Moondogs interfered!
  • June 14, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens w/Miss Lollipop) b Sir Timothy & Rex Sexton (w/April Pennington), Bert Prentice joins announce team (Jimmy Hart gives him an official XWF sport jacket but it didn’t fit!), B.A.D. b Flex, The Moondogs b Jerry “The King” Lawler & “Superstar” Bill Dundee by DQ, Shock & Awe vs. Brian Christopher & Kevin White ruled a DRAW after “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert interfered..
  • June 21, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart & The 1st Family throw a party, Shock b Kevin White, Bill Dundee b Flex, Doug Gilbert attacked Brian Christopher with a baseball bat, Sir Timothy & Rex Sexton & April Pennington b The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) & Lollipop -Best 2/3 Falls-, Jerry “The King” Lawler b B.A.D., Brian Christopher b Doug Gilbert w/Jimmy Hart by DQ..
  • June 28, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert b King Kobra, “Wildcat” Chris Harris b Rex Sexton, Jimmy Hart interviewed Konnan on behalf of the XWF, Justice (the future Abyss) b Flex, Jerry “The King” Lawler promised revenge on Jimmy Hart via taped interview, “Superstar” Bill Dundee b Reed Richardson, Jimmy Hart interviewed Buff Bagwell about the upcoming Memphis vs. XWF event, Brian Christopher b Mr. Compulsive..
  • July 5, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Brian Christopher was suspended for doing moves off the rafters, Justice b Reed Richardson, “Wildcat” Chris Harris b Mr. Compulsive, The Naturals vs. The Moondogs ended in a No Contest, Jimmy Hart apoligized to Kevin White but Shock attacked White from behind!, “Superstar” Bill Dundee b Shock w/Jimmy Hart by DQ, Jimmy Hart promised to reveal all of Jerry Lawler’s deepest darkest secrets next week!
  • July 12, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) b B.A.D. & Mr. Compulsive by DQ after The Moondogs attacked The Naturals, King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart b Flex, King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart b Lord Humongous to retain the Southern Heavyweight title, Kevin White b Shock by DQ after Jimmy Hart interfered (Kevin White’s dad made save, followed by Bill Dundee), Jimmy Hart ran outside and looked inside the limosine (Hart caught a glimpse of the mystery Memphis CEO after fainted!)
  • July 19, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Prince Valiant (Reggie B. Fine) b El Pancho, Mabel w/Jimmy Hart b Bruiser & Outlaw in a Handicap match, Kevin White b B.A.D. by DQ, The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) b The Moondogs in a Hardcore match, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Terry Funk (footage courtesy of Jersey All Pro Wrestling)..
  • July 26, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: [Packaged Show due to Power Outtages]
  • July 31, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White w/Mr. White b Mr. Compulsive, The Moondogs b ???? & ????, Mabel b Reed Richardson, Brian Christopher b Flex..
  • August 2, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Doug Gilbert b Mr. Compulsive, Jerry “The King” Lawler & Reggie B Fine vs. The Moondogs ended in a No Contest, Tim Warcloud b Shock by DQ, The Alternative Express (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) b B.A.D. & Reed Richardson..
  • August 2, 2003–Memphis Wrestling vs. XWF (Rumble at the Roundhouse) in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: “Wildcat” Chris Harris b B.A.D., Athena b Lollipop and April Pennington in a 3-WAY, Abyss b Lord Humongous & Dr. Frank & Freddy Krueger & Jason in a Buried Alive match, Shock b Kevin White in a belt on a pole match, K-Kwik & Flex b The Moondogs by DQ, Jimmy Vailant b Jimmy hart in a Loser Eats Dog Food match, Rock’N Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton) b The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas), King Mabel b Jerry “The King” Lawler by DQ in a XWF title match when Lawler threw fire in Mabel’s face, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Reggie B. Fine by DQ when Mabel and Jimmy Hart interfered, Brian Christopher b “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert in a Texas Death match, King Mabel and Reggie B. Fine won a Steel Cage Battle Royal – the Prize was 2 Trucks (Participants: Jerry Lawler, K-Kwik, Ricky Morton, Robert Gibson, Lord Humongous, Reed Richardson, Shock, Moondog Spot, Son of Moondog, Chase Stevens, Andy Douglas, Tim Warcloud, Kevin White, B.A.D., Mr. Compulsive, Flex, and others).. Also the XWF CEO from the mystery stretch limo was revealed to be “Superstar” Bill Dundee!
  • August 9, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: B.A.D. b Reed Richardson, Lord Humongous b Tim McCloud, Interview with the Goddess Athena (confrontation with Lollipop and April), Highlights of Bill Dundee being named the XWF CEO, Interview with Kevin White, Jerry Lawler & K-Kwik b The Alternative Express (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas)..
  • August 16, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: The Alternative Express (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) b Kevin White & Flex, Gravedigger b The East Coast Bad Boys, K-Krush b Mr. Compulsive, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Reggie B. Fine..
  • August 23, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White b Tim Warcloud, A Message from XWF CEO Bill Dundee, Flex & Reed Richardson vs. Mr. Compulsive & ??????, The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) b The Moondogs w/Sweet Georgia Brown, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Mabel & Reggie B. Fine by DQ (K-Kwik made the save for The King)..
  • August 30, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart b El Pancho, XWF CEO Bill Dundee segment (Jerry Lawler came out and called Dundee a chicken. Dundee finally accepted Lawler’s challenge to a match tonight!), The Alternative Express (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas w/Lady Athena) b Kevin White & Jeremy Young, Brian Christopher segment (still wants a “Loser Leaves Town” match with Doug Gilbert), Jimmy Hart & Reggie B. Fine segment (Announced the release of Reggie B. Fine’s “bogus” CD, as a shot at K-Kwik’s rap CD), Taped interview with Koko B. Ware, Shock & B.A.D. w/Jimmy Hart b The East Coast Bad Boys, “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert w/Jimmy Hart b Stevie Lee (April Pennington was seen taking notes in the studio), Jerry “The King” Lawler vs. “XWF CEO” Bill Dundee didn’t get started because all the XWF guys attacked The King (Some Memphis guys hit the ring and a they had a huge brawl all over the place!)..
  • September 6, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: King Cobra b Reggie B. Fine w/Jimmy Hart when Fine was distracted by K-Kwik’s music, April Pennington took control of the Moondogs, Brian Christopher segment (Wanted a “Loser Leaves Town” match with Doug Gilbert, and XWF CEO Bill Dundee said if Brian wants a “Loser Leaves Town” match then he’ll get one!), Koko B. Ware & Tim Warcloud & Flex b Stevie Lee & The Alternative Express (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas w/Lady Athena), Brian Christopher & Kevin White b Shock & B.A.D. w/Jimmy Hart by DQ in a Loser Leaves Town Match after Doug Gilbert interfered (After the match: Shock & B.A.D. attacked their stablemate Doug Gilbert for costing them the match!), Doug Gilbert cut a babyface promo promising revenge on Jimmy Hart and challenged Shock & B.A.D. (Bill Dundee came out and booked the match for next week and made Doug Gilbert team with Brian Christopher), A Message from Lance Russell, Brian Christopher segement (Teased Doug Gilbert for being forced to team with him), Jimmy Hart & King Mabel segment (cutting promos against Jerry Lawler hyping their King vs. King match on 9/28), Cyborg b Jeremy Young..
  • September 13, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: “Nature Boy” Buddy Landel returns to Memphis Wrestling, The Alternative Express (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas w/Lady Athena) b The East Coast Bad Boys, A Message from Lance Russell, Jerry Lawler segment (Wanted a match with Mabel, but Bill Dundee refused to book the match but changed his mind when Lawler threatened to hurt Dundee!), Humongous b Flex, Jimmy Hart & Reggie B. Fine segment (They had a Billboard Magazine with Reggie’s picture on the cover. Koko B. Ware came out and pulled the sticker off to prove it was a fake), Koko B. Ware (w/Frankie Jr. – a bird) b ??????? (Reggie B. Fine stole Koko’s bird!), The Moondogs w/April Pennington b Kevin White & El Pancho, Jerry “The King” Lawler b King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart by DQ when Bill Dundee interfered, Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert b Shock & B.A.D. w/Jimmy Hart by Countout..
  • September 20, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart & Reggie B. Fine segment (They brough Frankie Jr. back but it was just cooked meat hanging in the cage), Koko B. Ware b Mr. Compulsive, A Message from Lance Russell, Shock & B.A.D. w/Jimmy Hart b Tim Warcloud & Johnny Dotson, Jerry “The King” Lawler segment (Revealed that Austin Idol would be his partner at Rumble at the Roundhouse), Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert b The East Coast Bad Boys, Austin Idol video..
  • September 27, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Lance Russell returns to Memphis Wrestling, Jimmy Hart offered a contract to Cyborg (He refused and ripped up the contract!), Humongous b Johnny Dotson (Humongous DID sign a Jimmy Hart contract), April Pennington segment (Lady Athena came out and they had a catfight!), Koko B. Ware segment (Searching for Frankie Jr.), Jimmy Hart & Kamala segment (Implied that Kamala ate Frankie Jr.), Kamala w/Jimmy Hart b Kevin White, Interview with Rock’N’Roll Express (Set up a Tables, Ladders & Chairs match with the Moondogs on 9/28 – the Moondogs attacked Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton), Jimmy Hart & Shock fired B.A.D. (Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert came out and had a good laugh!), Brian Christopher & Doug Gilbert vs. Shock w/Jimmy Hart in a Handicap match ended in a No Contest when Doug Gilbert turned on Brian Christopher!! (Shock & Doug Gilbert double-teamed Brian Christopher until Jerry Lawler made the save!), Jerry Lawler segment (Changes his mind about Austin Idol, and decided not to team with him at Rumble at the Roundhouse. The King said he would announce his new partner tonight on the prime-time special), Jerry “The King” Lawler b Mr. Compulsive, Jimmy Hart & The 1st Family segment (Talked confidently about their matches at the Mid-south Coliseum tommorrow night! Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher chased them away with swinging chairs!)..
  • September 28, 2003–Memphis Wrestling – Rumble at the Roundhouse in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: Kasey James b Rockin’ Rebel, The Alternative Express (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas) b Kevin White & Flex, Athena b April Pennington in a Ladies Street Fight, Lord Humongous w/Jimmy Hart vs. Cyborg ended in a Double Countout, The Rock’N’Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) b The Moondogs in a “Tables, Ladders & Chairs” match, Kamala b Koko B. Ware by DQ, Jerry Lawler & Buddy Landel & Jimmy Valiant b Bill Dundee & Mabel & Jimmy Hart, Brian Christopher & Scotty Too Hotty b “Dangerous” Doug Gilbert & Shock w/Jimmy Hart..
  • October 4, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White b Mr. Compulsive, Lance Russell interviews Jimmy Hart at the Mid-South Coliseum, King Mable w/Jimmy Hart b El Pancho, Highlights of Cyborg vs. Humongous from Rumble at the Roundhouse, Lance Russell interviews Koko B. Ware, Lance Russell interviews Kamala & Jimmy Hart, Highlights of Kamala vs. Koko B. Ware from Rumble at the Roundhouse, The Rock’N’Roll Express b The East Coast Bad Boys, Highlights of RNR Express vs. The Moondogs, Jerry Lawler & Flex b The Moondogs w/April Pennington by DQ (April interfered, so Jerry Lawler tried to give her a Pile-driver but the Moondogs saved her!), Highlights of Brian Christopher & Scotty Too Hotty vs. Doug Gilbert & Shock from Rumble at the Roundhouse
  • October 11, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Interview with Jerry “The King” Lawler & Rocky “Soulman” Johnson, King Mabel w/Bill Dundee b Chris Fury, Interview with Jimmy Hart & Shock from Japan, Brian Christopher gave Kevin White his Too Cool Starter Kit, Interview with Koko B. Ware about Jimmy Hart stealing his bird, Kamala w/Kim Chee b Derek King (Koko B. Ware made the post-match save), Jerry “The King” Lawler w/Rocky Johnson b one of the Moondogs by DQ after the other Moondog interfered and Rocky Johnson saved The King, Brian Christopher & Kevin White b The East Coast Bad Boys w/Lady Athena, More Interview with Jimmy Hart & Shock from Japan..
  • October 18, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: The Moondogs b Alex Krisis & Flex, Kevin White b Bill Dundee by DQ after Mabel interfered and Rocky Johnson made the save, Koko B. Ware Interview, Reggie B. Fine Interview, Koko B. Ware & Derek King b Kamala & Kim Chee by DQ after Reggie B. Fine interfered, Footage of Jimmy Hart in Japan, King Mabel b Brian Christopher after interference from Bill Dundee, Cory Maclin got a FedEx from Jimmy Hart in Japan (A Karate Midget Jumps Out of the Box!)
  • October 25, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart segment (Replay of last week’s FedEx incident), Shock w/Jimmy Hart b ???????, Mabel w/Jimmy Hart b The East Coast Bad Boys in a Handicap match, King Cobra & Kevin White b The Moondogs w/April Pennington, Taped Interview with Jerry Lawler, Doug Gilbert b Ricky Montana, Jimmy Hart confronted local business man/disc jockey, Brian Christopher b Reggie B. Fine after Mabel interfered (Koko B. Ware made the save!)
  • November 1, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Money Mike b King Cobra, Kevin White b King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart by DQ when Mabel punished Kevin White until Rocky Johnson made the save!, Koko B. Ware segment, Dutch Mantell video tape message (saying he was coming to the King’s birthday party), Doug Gilbert segment (cut a promo on Brian Christopher), Shock & Doug Gilbert b Koko B. Ware & Derek King, Reggie B. Fine segment (cut a promo on Koko B. Ware), Video message from Jerry “The King” Lawler, Brian Christopher b Chase Stevens w/Lady Athena after botched interference from Athena (After the match; Brian Christopher pulled down Athena’s pants and spanked her in her panties!), Jimmy Hart’s Karate Midget vs. Cory Maclin’s Super Midget didn’t happen..
  • November 8, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Low IQ w/Jimmy Hart defeated The Super Midget with help from Jimmy Hart, Sit-down Interview with Koko B. Ware (Talked about his history with Frankie and started to cry because he couldn’t get the bird back from Reggie B. Fine), Reggie B. Fine showed up live in the studio challenging Koko B. Ware knowing Koko wasn’t even there), Interview with King Mabel & Jimmy Hart (Mabel played the “race card” and got upset with Jimmy Hart for not taking him to TNA and dumped him live on the air! Mabel apologized to Rocky Johnson but then attacked him from behind and beat him up!), Rocky Johnson was taken away in an ambulance, Kamala w/Jimmy Hart b ????????, Video message from Jerry “The King” Lawler (Invited all the fans to his Birthday party), Doug Glbert & Bill Dundee w/Jimmy Hart b Brian Christopher & Kevin White
  • November 15, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Doug Gilbert b Tim Warcloud, April Pennington b Lady Athena, Derek King & Kevin White b Johnny Dotson & Ricky Montana, Kamala b Brian Christopher
  • November 22, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Bill Dundee b Derek King, The Lifeguards vs. The Moondogs w/April Pennington ended in a No Contest, Brian Christopher b Allen Steel..
  • November 29, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Doug Gilbert & Money Mike b Pokerface & Ricky Montana, Brian Christopher b Doug Gilbert in a Hair vs. Hair match..
  • November 29, 2003–Memphis Wrestling – Night Fit For a King in Memphis, Tennessee: Derrick King & Big Bully Douglas b “Cadillac” Kasey James & “Cowboy” Tony Falk, Christie Ricci b One Dirty Babe to retain the XWF Women’s Title, Reggie B. Fine b Koko B. Ware by DQ in a “Loser Wears a Chicken Suit” match, The Rock’N’Roll Express won a “Concession Stand Battle Royal” (Participants: The Moondogs, The Lifeguards, Alan Steel & Mike Money – Moondog Spot tragically collapsed and passed away on the way to the hospital), Corey Maclin & Short Dawg b Jimmy Hart & Low I.Q in a “Midget Challenge Match”, Kevin White defeated Bill Dundee in a “Scaffold Match”, Rocky Johnson vs. Mabel ended in a No Contest in a Boxing/Wrestling Match, Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher b Dutch Mantell & Doug Gilbert..
  • December 6, 2003–Memphis Wrestling (Moondog Spot Tribute Show) in Memphis, Tennessee: The Moondogs (Spot & Flap w/Richard Lee) b Mr. Clyde & The Punisher, Jerry Lawler & Austin Idol & Jeff Jarrett b The Moondogs & Big Black Dog w/Richard Lee, The Fabulous Ones vs. The Moondogs w/Jimmy Hart ended in a No Contest, Derrick King & Kevin White b The Moondogs w/April Pennington, The Concession Stand Battle Royal, The Rock’N’Roll Express b The Moondogs and The Lifeguards and Alan Steel & Money Mike in a 4-WAY Tag..
  • December 13, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Derrick King & Bart Sawyer b Reggie B. Fine & Tony Falk, Kevin White b Big Bully Douglas, The Lifeguards w/April Pennington b Money Mike & Alan Steel, Ricky Montana b Devon Tate, Brian Christopher b Kasey James, Koko B. Ware b “Superstar” Bill Dundee
  • December 20, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White won a 20 Man Battle Royal..
  • December 27, 2003–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: [No Show]
  • January 3, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Rocky Johnson brings out the TV Championship Trophy with a tournament beginning today, Jimmy Hart segment (Said he has two chances to win the TV Championship with Kamala and King Mabel), Koko B. Ware b Alan Steele (1st Round), Kevin White vs. Derek King (1st Round), King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart vs. Sir Mo ended in a Double Countout, Brian Christopher b Brandon Groom w/Summer Rain (1st Round), Rocky Johnson segment (Said that Jerry Lawler was at an airport in Newark, NJ), Kamala w/Jimmy Hart b Jerry “The King” Lawler by Countout when Lawler couldn’t show up (1st Round), King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart vs. Sir Mo in a rematch ended in a No Contest
  • January 10, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Rocky Johnson segment (King Mabel asked for a Steel Cage match against Sir Mo tonight – Rocky said he would make a decision by the end of the night), Kevin White b Koko B. Ware (Semi-Finals), Koko B. Ware turned heel after the match and was suspended by Rocky Johnson, Brian Christopher b Kamala w/Jimmy Hart (Semi-Finals), The Lifeguards b Alan Steel & Pokerface and The East Coast Bad Boys in a 3-WAY Tag match, Rocky Johnson segment (Granted Jimmy Hart & Mabel their request for a cage match next week with Sir Mo), Brian Christopher b Kevin White in the Finals to win the TV Championship Trophy (Before the match; Brian Christopher turned heel on Kevin White and insulted the fans)..
  • January 17, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: They showed a highlight vide of the TV Tournament, XWF Women’s Champion Christie Ricci w/Jimmy Hart b ODB, Money Mike b “All That” Alan Steele, Low IQ w/Jimmy Hart vs. Short Dawg ended in a No Contest when a third midget interfered by going after Jimmy Hart, The Rock’N’Roll Express b The Lifeguards w/April Pennington in a bikini, Sattelite interview with Brian Christopher from an “undisclosed” location, King Mabel b Sir Mo in a Submissions match
  • January 24, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Commissioner Bill Dundee reinstates Koko B. Ware against Rocky Johnson’s ruling, Kevin White b Koko B. Ware by DQ after Bill Dundee interfered (Rocky Johnson made the save!), The Lifeguards b The East Coast Bad Boys, Jimmy Hart introduced his newest aquisition Hong Kong Fuey, Bill Dundee b Stevie Lee, Interview with TNA’s Tracy Brooks, Brian Christopher b Koonta in a 2/3 Falls match to retain the TV Championship Trophy, Sattelite Interview with Jerry Lawler interrupted by Jonathan Coachman
  • January 31, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart reintroduces SHOCK, Shock w/Jimmy Hart b Johnny Dotson, Sir Mo challenged Koko B. Ware (Koko attacked Mo and beat him up), Kamala w/Jimmy Hart b Derek King, Kevin White & Dustin Starr b Flex & Mr. Compulsive, Brian Christopher admits to sabotaging Money Mike’s limousine, Tracy Smothers b King Mabel w/Jimmy Hart by DQ (Mabel blamed Jimmy Hart, so Jimmy picked on Low IQ – so Low IQ quit the first family – Mabel came out and quit the First Family too! Low IQ threw his shirt at Jimmy Hart, and Hart attacked IQ. Shock & Bill Dundee joined in until Rocky Johnson made the save! Low IQ, aka Hollywood, asked Mabel to be his tag team partner!), Brian Christopher b Money Mike after using a chain to punch Mike out to retain the TV Championship
  • February 7, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Money Mike b Mr. Compulsive, Kevin White & Derrick King b Pokerface & Alan Steel, Bart Sawyer b Koko B. Ware by DQ, Sexy Assassin b Tracy Smothers, Hollywood & Mabel b Shock & Koonta Kanta..
  • February 14, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White & Derek King b The East Coast Bad Boys. Koonta b Bart Sawyer,Tracy Smothers b Sexy Assassin #7, King Mabel won a 15-Man Battle Royal (Participants: Bart Sawyer, El Poncho, Pokerface, Derek King, Dustin Starr, Alan Steel, Koonta, Sir Mo, Kevin White, Bad Boyz, Jerry “The King” Lawler vs. Brian Christopher in a “UPN 30 TV Title vs. Jerry Lawler’s Hummer” match ended in a DRAW
  • February 21, 2004–Memphis Wrestling (Southern Heavyweight Title Tournament) in Memphis, Tennessee: Tracy Smothers b Derek King, Bart Sawyer b East Coast Bad Boy #2, Dustin Starr b East Coast Bad Boy #1, Kevin White b Koonta
  • February 28, 2004–Memphis Wrestling (Southern Heavyweight Title Tournament) in Memphis, Tennessee: Bill Dundee w/Jimmy Hart b Dustin Starr, Koko B. Ware b Reggie B. Fine, Kevin White b Tracy Smothers, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Shock
  • March 6, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • March 13, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Koko B. Ware b Derek King, Johnny Dotson b Koonta by DQ, Jimmy Hart’s “Countdown to WrestleMania” segment, Reggie B. Fine b Tracy Smothers by pinfall using the ropes for leverage, The Sexy Assassins b 1/2 of the Lifeguards & Alan Steele, Phone interview with King Mabel from the WrestleMania festivities, Taped interview with Jerry Lawler plus a Lawler vs. Dundee video package, “Superstar” Bill Dundee b Kevin White (Mr. White [Kevin's dad] tried to make the save after the match. Koko B. Ware hit the ring to help Dundee until Rocky Johnson ran in to make the save!)
  • March 20, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Sattelite interview with Jimmy Hart from WrestleMania, The Sexy Assassin b Flex by pinfall with his legs on the ropes for leverage, Tracy Smothers & Derek King b Reggie B. Fine & Koonta, Taped interview with King Mabel, Jerry Lawler interviews Eric Bischoff about WrestleMania 20, Rocky Johnson & Kevin White b Bill Dundee & Koko B. Ware by DQ in a 2/3 Falls match
  • March 27, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart showed some pictures from the WWE Hall of Fame, Mr. Coffey segment (Abolished the “Commissioner” and “XWF CEO” from Memphis Wrestling), Brian Christopher b Derek King, [Audio Goes Dead for the rest of the show], Rocky Johnson (w/Jerry Lawler & Mabel) vs. Bill Dundee (w/Jimmy Hart & Shock & Doug Gilbert) ended in a No Contest, Shock & Koonta vs. Scott Starr & Tracy Smothers, Jerry Lawler b The Sexy Assassin(s) by DQ, King Mabel vs. Doug Gilbert, Jerry Lawler steals Jimmy Hart’s WrestleMania XX autographed jacket..
  • April 3, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart & Doug Gilbert segment, Jimmy Hart & Koko B. Ware segment (cutting a promo on Kevin White), Kevin White b The Sexy Assassin, Derek King b XWF Cruiserweight Champion Kid Kash w/Jimmy Hart in a Non-title match, Phone Interview with Jerry “The King” Lawler, The Lifeguards vs. ????? & ????? was a No Contest (both teams destroyed by an unknown powerhouse team managed by Jimmy Hart), Jimmy Hart & Doug Gilbert turned on Bill Dundee for not being a team player, Taped interview with Maven (hyping his match with Brian Christopher), Jerry Lawler interviews Shawn Michaels about Jimmy Hart’s autographed WMXX jacket, Downtown Bruno interviews Theodore R. Long, King Mabel segment, Jerry Lawler interviews Triple H about Jimmy Hart’s autographed WMXX jacket, Jimmy Hart’s mystery powerhouse team attacked Corey Maclin
  • April 10, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee: Doug Gilbert b Jason Reid with a Pile-driver, Bill Dundee segment, Koko B. Ware b Tracy Smothers (Koko continued to assault Smothers after the match until Kevin White made the save!), Derek King segment, Kid Kash & Christie Ricci segment, Mabel segment, Rodney Mack taped promo, King Mabel b The Sexy Assassin, Brian Christopher b Johnny Dotson to retain the Television title, Jerry Lawler interviews Sgt. Slaughter, Phone interview with Road Warrior Animal, Jimmy Hart & Shock cut Hollywood’s hair (Money Inc. showed up and beat up some fans and Jimmy Hart ordered everybody out of the building so his crew could take over the show and destroy an “expensive camera” and rip up the Memphis “Home of Rhythem & Bruise” banner with extreme hostility..
  • April 17, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • April 22, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Slam Jam Special in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • April 23, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Memphis Slam Jam in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: The Lifeguards b Alan Steele & Johnny Dotson, The Sexy Assassins b King Cobra & Synn, Hollywood b Koonta, Shock b Tracy Smothers to retain the XWF Title, Christi Ricci b Shaniqua to retain the XWF Women’s title, Kid Kash b Derrick King to retain the XWF Cruiserweight title, Koko Ware b Kevin White in an “I quit” match, Bill Dundee b Doug Gilbert in a “Lumberjack” match, Brian Christopher b Maven to retain the Television title, Mabel b Rico to retain the Southern Heavyweight title, Jerry Lawler & Road Warrior Animal vs. Money Mike & Bain ended in a Double DQ..
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  • July 3, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • July 10, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • July 10, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: Derrick King & Dustin & Scott Starr b Alan Steel & Johnny Dotson & Nicholas Doom, Shock b Derek Groom, Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher b The Sexy Assassins, Kid Kash b Bill Dundee by DQ to retain the XWF Cruiserweight title, Mabel b Mordecai to retain the Southern Heavyweight title, Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher b Robert Gibson & Todd Morton, Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher won a “Battle Royal”, Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Hart vs. Kamala & Cory Macklin ended in a No Contest (After the match, Cory Macklin was saved by members of the Ford family, a prominent political family in Memphis – the story made headlines in the local media)..
  • July 17, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • July 24, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • July 31, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • August 7, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • August 14, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • August 21, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • August 26, 2004–Memphis Wrestling (Throwback 2 Special) in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • August 28, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night II in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: The Lifeguards b The Infernos, Nicholas Doom b Johnny Dotson, XWF Women’s Champion Christie Ricci b Miss Kelly, Spider-Man b XWF Cruiserweight Champion Kid Kash by DQ, Shock b Mabel and Mordecai in a 3-WAY, Koko B. Ware & Kamala b Bill Dundee & Kevin White, Jimmy Valiant won a a “Battle Royal” (Participants: Bill Dundee, Kid Kash, Mordecai, Christi Ricci, Shock, Kevin White, etc etc), Brian Christopher & Rikishi b The Sexy Assassins in a “Stink Face” match, Terry Funk & Cory Maclin b Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Hart with the legendary Jimmy Valiant as the special guest referee..
  • September 4, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • September 11, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • September 18, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • September 25, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 2, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 9, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 16, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 23, 2004–Memphis Wrestling/XWF in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 28, 2004–Memphis Wrestling (Throwback III Debate) in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • October 30, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night III (A Nightmare in Memphis) in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: Tweak Phoenix b Big Bully Douglas, Team Blondage (Amber O’Neal & Krissy Vaine) b Gee Star & April Pennington, Shock b Johnny Dotson & Spider-Man in a “Hair vs. Mask” Handicap match (Spider-Man was unmasked as Derrick King), Bill Dundee b Kid Kash, Koko B. Ware b Brain Christopher in a “Stun Gun on a Pole” match, Kevin White & Brian Christopher b Too Cool II (formerly the Sexy Assassins), Chucky won a “Battle Royal” (Participants: Shock, Soultaker, Frankenstein, Freddy Krueger, Jason, King Cobra, Derrick King, Johnny Dotson, Koonta, Dustin Starr, Scott Starr, & Kevin White), Corey Maclin & Stan Lane & Jackie Fargo b Jerry Lawler & The Rock’N’Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson)..
  • November 6, 2004–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
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  • November 27, 2004–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • December 4, 2004–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
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  • December 18, 2004–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • December 23, 2004–Memphis Wrestling (Holiday Throwback Special) in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • December 26, 2004–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • December 26, 2004–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night IV (Holiday Throwback) in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: Koko B. Ware b Stan Lee, Derrick King b Johnny Dotson in a Hair vs. Hair Grudge Match, Too Cool II b Mordecai & Nicholas Doom and Bill Dundee & Kevin White in a 3-WAY Tag match, Jerry Lawler won a supposed $50,000 Battle Royal, Mordecai & Soultaker & Brian Lee b Brian Christopher & Shock in a Handicap match, Eugene (from WWE) & Cory Maclin vs. Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Hart in a Steel Cage ended in a NO CONTEST..
  • January 1, 2005–Memphis Wrestling – Best of 2004 Year in Review in Memphis, Tennessee: Jimmy Hart cutting a record for Kamala, a summary of the bitter feud between Jerry Lawler and Corey Maclin, and lots more highlights from 2004 Memphis Wrestling the Home of Rythem and Blues
  • January 8, 2005–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Derrick King b Kevin White, Too Cool 2 b Jonny Dotson & Drew Donovan, Brian Christopher b Koko B. Ware by DQ
  • January 15, 2005–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White b Nickolas Doom, Derrick King & Jonny Dotson b Too Cool 2 by Countout, Jerry Lawler interviews Jonthan Coachman, Bill Dundee b Private First Class Reggie B. Fine by DQ, Brian Christopher & Shock b RaShard Devon & Koko B. Ware & The Soul Taker
  • January 22, 2005–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • January 29, 2005–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee:
  • February 26, 2005–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night V in Memphis, Tennessee at Mid South Coliseum: The Soultaker b Kross, Reggie B. Fine b Chris Michaels, Mid-South Idol b Mordecai, Kevin White b Jamie Dundee by DQ, Bill Dundee b Simon Dean, Derrick King b Johnny Dotson in a “Loser Leaves Town” match, Too Cool 2 b Eric Young & Johnny Devine to win the Memphis Wrestling Southern Tag Team titles, Brian Christopher & Shock b Kid Kash & Koko B. Ware, Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Hart vs. Corey Maclin & King Mabel ended in a No Contest, Corey Maclin & King Mabel & Too Cool 2 & Bill Dundee & Kevin White & Chris Michaels b Jerry Lawler & Jimmy Hart & Jamie Dundee & Nicholas Doom & Masked Doom & Reggie B. Fine & Mordecai..
  • April 16, 2005–Memphis Wrestling – Throwback Night VI in Memphis, Tennssee at the Mid South Coliseum: King Cobra b Nicholas Doom, Big Bully Douglas & Derrick King b Mid South Idol & Chris Michaels, Reggie B. Fine & Private Precious b Kevin White & ????? (Johnny Dotson masked) and Koko Ware & Soul Taker in a 3-WAY Tag match, Alexis Laree b Fuji Cakes, Shock b Matt Morgan, Too Cool II b Kory Williams & Jason Brisbane to win Southern Tag Team titles, Mordecai b Garrison Cade to retain the Southern Heavyweight title, Jerry Lawler & girlfriend Renee b Cory Maclin & Paula Lawler in an intergender match, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Cassidy Riley to win the UWA Championship Wrestling United States title..
  • July 1, 2005–Memphis Clash of the Legends in DeSoto, Mississippi: 2 Cool 2 & Shock & Kevin White b Brickhouse Brown & Reggie B. Fine & Precious & Derrick King, Bill Dundee b Kamala, The RockNRoll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) b The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton w/Phil Hickerson) and The PTY Express (Koko Ware & Porkchop Cash) in a 3-WAY, Jerry Lawler & Renee w/Jimmy Hart b Scufflin Hillbillies (Jethro & Maybel), Sputnik Monroe had a confrontation with Billy Wicks about their legendary feud of 1961 (Sputnik refused to shake Wicks’ hand), Jerry Lawler w/Jimmy Hart vs Dutch Mantel w/Jimmy Valiant ended in a NO CONTEST, Jethro & Bill Dundee won a Battle Royal for trucks throwing out Jerry Lawler (Included: Shock, Kevin White, Precious, King Cobra, Lawler, Dundee, Jethro, Dennis Condrey, Bobby Eaton, Koko, Derrick King, 2 Cool 2, Reggie B. Fine and others). Lance Russell & Dave Brown (old Memphis announcers) and Downtown Bruno, Nate the Rat, Boss Winters, and Hollywood (Memphis managers) were in attendance. Honored at the show were Dave Brown, Lance Russell, Phil Hickerson, Guy Coffee and Jimmy Valiant..
  • August 6, 2005–Memphis Studio Wrestling in Memphis Tennessee: Soultaker b ????, Too Cool 2 b ???? & ????, Bill Dundee & Kevin White b Johnny Dotson & Prescious in a 2/3 Falls match, Koko B. Ware stunned promoter Corey Macklin with a stun gun and was taken out of the studio..
  • June 17, 2006–Memphis Wrestling – Clash Of The Legends 3 in Southaven, Mississippi: Kevin White b Johnny Dotson, King Cobra w/Ken Wayne b Porkchop Cash w/Mad Dog, Brickhouse Brown b Tommy Rich, Grandmaster Sexy b Bill Dundee, The Rock’N’Roll Express w/Jimmy Valiant b The Midnight Express, Jerry “The King” Lawler w/Jackie Fargo b Doug Gilbert w/Tommy Gilbert, Grandmaster Sexy won the 25,000 dollars wrist watch Battle Royal ——- Please note that Mad Dog called a little boy who was at ringside a bitch
  • July 15, 2006–Memphis Wrestling – Fan Night in Southaven, Mississippi: The Crazy Clowns b Hillbilly Gethro & Chris O’Neal, Mr. America b Derrick King to retain the Junior title, Kevin White b Bill Dundee, Kamala b Robert Gibson, Rikishi & Grandmaster Sexay b Too Cool II by DQ, Corey Maclin b Koko B. Ware in a Bullrope Match, Rikishi won a 2 Ring Battle Royal
  • July 19, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: The Crazy Clowns b Picture Perfect, Mr. America b Stan Lee in a Junior Heavyweight title match, The Cowboys b Hibilly Gethro & Bishop, Bill Dundee b ??????, Too Cool 2 vs Tatatoo & Drew Donavin ended in a draw..
  • August 19, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: The Cowboys b Niel Taylor & ??????, Hibilly Gethro & Tataoo & Picture Perfect w/Grady b Too Cool 2 & Derrick King & Stan Lee, Brickhouse Brown & Kevin White b The Crazy Clowns w/Reshard Devon, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Lord Humungus (Gary Nations) w/Nate The Rat by DQ
  • August 26, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Lord Humungus & The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat b Chris Lexx & Hibilly Gethro & JD McCain, Sgt. O Reilly & Mickie Ray w/Hollywood b Picture Perfect, The Crazy Clowns w/Reshard Devon b Tattaoo & Taylor, Jerry Lawler w/Renee b Reggie B. Fine w/Nate The Rat by DQ, Robert Gibson & Brick House Brown & Kevin White & Mr. America b Too Cool2 & Derrick King & Pokerface
  • September 2, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Robert Gibson & Mr. America b Too Cool 2 by DQ, SGT. O’Reilly & Mickie Ray & Lord Humongous w/Hollywood b Tatatoo & Taylor & Drew Donavin, Jerry Lawler w/Renee b Hibilly Gethro w/Nat The Rat by DQ, Brick House Brown & Kevin White b The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat..
  • September 9, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Tatatoo b Lord Humungus w/Nate The Rat, Jerry “The King” Lawler & Renee w/Barbra vs Raze & Hibilly Gethro ended in a No Contest, Kevin White & Brickhouse Brown b Sgt. Orielly & Mickie Ray w/Hollywood, Too Cool 2 w/Bill Dundee vs Robert Gibson & Mr. America ended in a Double Countout
  • September 16, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat b Kevin White & Brick House Brown to retain the Southern Tag Team titles, Hillbilly Jethro w/Nate The Rat b “New Flavor” Headrick Hines, Reggie B. Fine w/Mr. Winfrey b JD Mccain, The Crazy Clowns & Derrick King w/Reshard Devon b Robert Gibson & Dustin Starr & Mr. America..
  • September 23, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Derrick King b Mr. America to retain the Junior title, Kidd Kastle b Hibilly Gethro w/Nate The Rat, Tatatoo & Dustin Starr b Too Cool2 by DQ, Picture Perfect vs The Crazy Clowns w/Reshard Devon ended in a Double Countout, Kevin White & Brick House Brown b The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat to win the Southern Tag Team titles..
  • September 30, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Derrick King b Kidd Kastle to retain the Junior title, Jerry Lawler & Kevin White & Brick House Brown b Matt Foley & The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat, Too Cool2 & The Crazy Clowns w/Reshard Devon b Picture Perfect & Tatatoo & Headrick Hines
  • October 7, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Too Cool 2 won a Battle Royal for 5,000 Dollars, The Cowboys w/Nate The Rat b 2 Jobbers, Jerry “The King” Lawler b Derrick King w/Nate The Rat by DQ
  • October 14, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: The Crazy Clowns b Kidd Kastle & Flash Fanagan, Derrick King failed to beat Tatatoo in 5 minutes, Picture Perfect & Mr. America b The Cowboys & Lord Humungus by DQ, Too Cool 2 vs Kevin White & Brick House Brown to a No Contest ..
  • October 21, 2006–Memphis Wrestling in Memphis, Tennessee: Kevin White b The Cowboys by DQ, Tatatoo b Derrick King by DQ, Too Cool 2 & Flash Flanagan b Mr. America & Kidd Kastle & Dustin Starr, Lord Humungus & Hillbilly Gethro w/Nate The Rat b Picture Perfect
  • March 17, 2007–Memphis Wrestling in Bolivar, Tennessee: Pokerface & Rude b Keith Hayes & Stevie Ray (not that one), Tracy Smothers b Doug Gilbert, Spellbinder b Kay Hills and Jason Hayes in a 3-WAY, Fire & Flame b Lt. Bobby & Doink the Clown, Jerry Lawler b Nature Boy Kevin White
  • April 27, 2007–Memphis Wrestling – Ultimate Clash of Legends in Memphis, Tennessee before 5000+ fans: Moondog Cujo (w/”Big Cheese” Sal Corrente) b The Barbarian in a Hardcore match, Greg “The Hammer” Valentine b Mr. Hughes, Jazz b Christie Ricci and Miss Passion in a 3-WAY, Abdullah The Butcher vs. “Big” Al Greene ended in a No Contest in a bloodbath, Bill Dundee & Dutch Mantell w/Jimmy Valiant vs. Bobby Eaton & Koko Ware w/Slick (Jimmy Hart formed a new version of the “First Family,” including Bobby Eaton, Koko Ware and Slick), Brutus Beefcake & Bubba The Love Sponge b The New Assassins w/Sal Corrente (Brutus Beefcake put Sal Cornette asleep after the match and gave him a haircut!), Brian Christopher b Buff Bagwell, Ricky Morton & Kid Kash b 2 Cool II (Flex & Tim Grind) to win the Southern Tag Team titles, Hulk Hogan b “Giant” Paul Wight (formerly The Big Show) by slamming him and dropping the guillotine leg drop!
  • July 20, 2007–Memphis Wrestling in Tunica, Mississippi before 280 fans: Maxx Corbin & Albino Rhino b Rude & Pokerface, Tim Grind & Flex b Tatt2 & Dustin Starr, Kevin White b Spellbinder, Derrick King b Johnny Dotson in a TLC match, Spellbinder won Battle Royal, Sid Vicious b Jerry Lawler
  • August 17, 2007–Memphis Wrestling in Tunica, Mississippi before 300 fans: Dustin Starr b Giggles, Bobo b Tatt2, Derrick King b Johnny Dotson, Mr. Hughes & Kevin White b Bill Dundee & Koko Ware, The Midnigt Express (Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton w/Jim Cornette) b Flex & Tim Grind by DQ, Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher b Sid Vicious & Johnny Rotten ..