NWA Southern All-Star Wrestling
November 22, 2013
Paul Lee def. Kris Koffman
Chris Silvio def. Lex Lee
Mayhem (Hammerjack and Gator McAllister) with Brewster def. Kevin Weatherby and Charles Alexander
Shawn Shultz def. paul Lee
Ali Akbar def. Drew Haskins
Heidi Lovelace def. Miss Rachel
Chris Michaels with Hot Rod Biggs def. Chris Silvio
Cliff Compton def. Shawn Shultz
Ali and Mustafa Akbar def. Drew Haskins and Jeremiah Plunkett to become the new NWA Southern Tag Team Champions
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David is joined by Morgan Dollar. Morgan is an executive board member for the Cauliflower Alley Club. He is also the CAC banquet coordinator. David and Morgan talk about the mission of the CAC, the fun times at the reunion in Las Vegas, and Morgan’s career as an award-winning referee.
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Arizona Wrestling Federation: Live!
August 10, 2013
Guzmania d. Sean Finn and Red Beard
(Triple Threat elimination match)
Cris Anarchy d. Zeek the Destroyer
Outrage d. Matthew Blaze
Creature Feature d. Cody baker, Tyrone Cabrone and Nordic nightmare
(6-man Tag Team match)
Roman Alexander d. Mac Havok (via DQ)
Adrian Hawkins d. Awesome Andy
The Prophet d. Alexander Hammerstone
“What If?” is a weekly column where I discuss the “what ifs” of women’s wrestling that could’ve/would’ve/should’ve happened, from championship reigns to returns/debuts to storyline options.
Diva Dirt recently did an interview with former WWE developmental diva Anya. After listening to the interview, I knew what I wanted this week’s “what if” to be. With that said…
This week’s What If is:
Anya was never released from WWE?
I’ll never forget reading an article on WWE.com earlier this year about some of NXT’s superstars and divas having promising futures in the WWE. Anya happened to be one of those people mentioned. Based on what I read about her athletic background and pictures I looked at of her, I knew Anya was going to be something special in WWE. There was a certain uniqueness about her that made me feel like WWE diva fans were going to take notice of her. She was given the moniker of being the “Russian Bruiser,” which made me think that she was going to have a powerhouse style of wrestling. The NXT Universe and myself anxiously awaited the arrival of Anya, and we continued to wait for her to arrive even after she was out with an injury. Unfortunately, before we got a chance to see what Anya had to offer, she was released along with many other NXT hopefuls. Anya never got the chance to make the impact WWE told us she was going to make.
OWW’s This Week In Wrestling – June 13, 2013
Right Coast Pro
June 1, 2013
King Mega wins Championship Tournament and becomes 1st ever RCP Champion in front of sold out crowd!
The “Chick Magnets” (Mozart Fontaine, Mike Tobin & Brian Soscia) reunite and take the match from the “Legendary Ladies Men” (“Self-Made” Michael Blake, “Mr Upgrade” Mike Reed, Billy Bax with Michael Blake’s Guy) in a 6-man tag match.
RightCoastPro Developmental students Colton Quest vs Harry M. Baldwin bring down the house with an action packed debut match. Quest takes the match over Baldwin with a top rope splash to finish.
“Trademark” Tommy Maclin™ finally gets an RCP contract after his team wins an impromptu 8 man tag match. The team of Maclin, Biggie Biggs, Fallah and “Heavyweight” Sean Royal gets the pin over team of Zac “The Ripper” Conner, Nick Sohlo, Ryan “Adrenaline” Rush and JR Ryder. Royal got the pin on Sohlo and won the opportunity to replace King Mega in the Tournament if Mega was unable to continue.
Welcome to OWW Radio! Each week hosts David (@dlb19338) and Alex (@AlexGoff84) will provide perspective to the WWE, TNA, and everything else making news in the world of professional wrestling. A new episode will be posted each week. This week David is joined Jason Mann (@wrestlespective), the voice of Wrestlespective, a podcast that specializes in analyzing past matches and storylines. Jason is also the editor-in-chief of FairToFlair.com, a website that promotes the best writers in the wrestling community. David and Jason talk about old school wrestling, Demolition, Hulk Hogan, Triple H, John Cena, the NBA playoffs, and much more!
Jason’s contact information:
- Facebook: /Wrestlespective
- Twitter: @ Wrestlespective
- Website: www.wrestlespective.com
- Website: www.FairToFlair.com
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OWW’s This Week In Wrestling – April 1, 2013
Heroes & Legends Wrestling
March 23, 2013
HLW Midwestern Champonship: Hacksaw Jim Duggan (c) beat Troy Miller w/ Ms E-Liz to retain the title
HLW promoter Jayson Maples came out to talk to the fans and then was joined by Bret “The Hitman” Hart in the ring. Bret thanked the fans for coming out to support Heroes & Legends.
Kongo Kong -vs- Brian Christopher
Christopher tried to get Kong to dance… the match never started, Kong clotheslined Brian Christopher and exited the ring.
Gregory Iron beat Benjamin Boone
Roderick Street beat Jake Omen and Sugar Dunkerton in a 3 way match
Mark Vandy beat Colt Cabana followed by a handshake and a show of mutual respect
Team Vega (GT Vega, Kharn Alexander, Darrell Jackson, and Bobby Steele) beat Team DiBiase (Jimmy Snuka, Demolition, & Virgil).
Vega pinned Snuka, Virgil abandoned his team, but was stopped at the curtain by Ted DiBiase who gave the Million Dollar Dream to Virgil and disappeared backstage. Vega called out DiBiase who returned and Million Dollar Dreamed Vega, Alexander and even the referee.
HLW championship: Dru Skillz beat Tataka to retain the title.