BILL BEHRENS NWA NOTES for 7-2-07

NWA ANARCHY SATURDAY TV TAPING 7-7-07

 TAG TEAM TOURNAMENT TO DETERMINE #1 CONTENDERS

SEX & MONEY    VS    DELAY & HAWKINS

HOLLYWOOD BRUNETTES   VS   DRIVER & WALTERS

ANGER ALLIANCE      VS      UAS

WINNERS face each other………………………

JEREMY VAIN presents ROB ADONIS  VS   TRUITT FIELDS

DEVILS REJECTS welcome PATRICK BENTLEY VIGNETTE

AWESOME ATTRACTION   VS   PITTMAN & HALEN

NWA ANARCHY HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH

      ACE ROCKWELL     VS      CHAD PARHAM

Plus:

JERRY PALMER

TODD SEXTON

NWA ELITE w/JEFF G BAILEY

SLIM J

And more!!!!!!

NWA ANARCHY TV eps 70 ONLINE NOW!!!

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SHOW #70

MATCH #1  JEREMY VAIN & CHAD PARHAM INTERVIEW

MATCH #2  AWESOME ATTACTION  vs  ANGER, INC

MATCH #3  PATRICK BENTLEY/SLIM J VIGNETTE

MATCH #4  ABOMINATION, LEWIS & BAILEY (DEVILS REJECTS)

MATCH #5  DEVILS REJECTS INTERVIEW

MATCH #6  JEREMY VAIN vs CHAD PARHAM (ACE ROCKWELL REFEREE)

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And……………………

CLASSIC NWA WILDSIDE MATCHES NOW ON PPV

NWA Wildside presents Metal Mayhem! Take a trip down memory lane as NWA Wildside brings you some of their most historic and brutal cage matches from their yearly Freedom Fight mega-events! Featuring…

War Games 2001: AJ Styles, Onyx, Air Paris & Mystery Partner vs. Jason Cross, John Phoenix, Adam Jacobs, & Justice managed Jeff G Bailey

Steel Cage Gauntlet for Wildside Heavyweight Title 2002: Adam Jacobs vs. AJ Styles vs. Rick Michaels vs. Rainman vs. David Young vs. Iceberg vs. Scottie Wrenn

War Games 2003: Jeremy V, Jimmy Rave, Onyx, & Hotstuff Hernandez vs. Rainman, Jason Cross, Iceberg, & Justice managed Jeff G Bailey

War Games for the Wildside Tag-Team Titles 2004: Murder 1, Slim J Gabriel, & Altar Boy Luke vs. Todd Sexton, Masada, Rainman, & Azrael managed Jeff G Bailey and a special APPEARANCE by DUSTY RHODES

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NWA ANARCHY SEASON’S BEATINGS

REMEMBER WHEN THEATRE HELEN, GA

SATURDAY 12-30-06

TAG TEAM TOURMOIL

ROBERTS & BLACKMAN VS HAWKINS & CARNAGE

TRUITT & SHATTER VS HAWKINS & CARNAGE

TEAM MACHTION VS TRUITT & SHATTER

YOUNG & CREED VS TEAM MACHTION

PHOENIX & CHASE VS YOUNG & CREED

BENTLEY & DELAY VS PHOENIX & CHASE

TV TITLE MATCH

JIMMY RAVE VS ACE ROCKWELL (CHAMPION)

TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH

(JERRY PALMER – SPECIAL REFEREE)

JUSTICE SERVED VS UAS (CHAMPIONS)

JEREMY VAIN VS “THE PHENOMENAL” AJ STYLES

HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH

SAL RINAURO VS SLIM J (CHAMPION)

DEVILS REJECTS W/DAN WILSON VS NWA ELITE W/JEFF G BAILEY

“TECHNICAL PERFECTION” CHAD PARHAM VS “TECHNICION” TODD SEXTON

NWA Anarchy   By Ca$hFlowX

Episode 69

June 25, 2007

WRESTLING: (n.) \’res-ling\ A sport of contest in which two individuals face off in unarmed combat.

ANARCHY: (n.) \an-ar-key\ (1) A state of lawlessness due to absence of authority. (2) A complete lack of order.

What happens when you mix the two together? NWA-Anarchy!

– Last week, Jeff G Bailey downsized his Happy Meal by kicking Onyx out of the NWA Elite, the Urban Assault Squad helped the Awesome Attraction capture the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Titles, and the Hollywood Brunettes gloating after beating up the Creed & Young. This week, Slim J & Patrick Bentley take on the Brunettes.

1. Texas Hitmen (Skitzo & Big Dogg) vs. Steven Walters & Derek Driver

THE MATCH: Johnson questions why Eddie Rich is allowed vacation time when serving less than a year in the Anarchy Armed Forces. Skitzo displays his Mad Ninja Skillz by taking a gourdbuster by Big Dogg on Walters. Remember the only things guaranteed in wrestling are Hunter’s coat and disaster following him. Johnson is twelve years old because he likes Cowboys & Indians. Skitzo takes a tornado DDT for a near fall as referee Harry Jim makes the count. With the referee escorting Big Dogg back to his corner, Walters dropkicks Driver on a lateral press to gain the pinfall on Skitzo.

WINNER: Walters & Driver

COMMENTS: This match didn’t belong on television because neither team has ongoing issues or feuds with anyone in currently in Anarchy. If Anarchy ran house shows, then this would have been a perfect match to get Walters & Driver a victory. Then again, if Walters & Driver are going to be used on a regular basis, they needed a victory against someone. Walters, Driver & Skitzo appeared to have trouble with ring positioning right before the ending, but it didn’t take away from the finish.

RATING: ½*

– Greg Hunter is prepared to pose another $64,000 question to Todd Sexton: Did he go too far last week on Sal Rinauro by causing him to lose his bodily functions? Sexton decides to make matters personal with Rinauro. Sexton blows off a rudely interrupting Adrian Hawkins when he asks him to join him in battle tonight. Hawkins asks Hunter to no avail. Hawkins finally conned a reluctant Brett Thunder to reunite for one night.

2. Todd Sexton vs. Andrew Pendleton III

THE MATCH: Pendleton launches a premeditated attack on Sexton. Johnson confuses the FCC with the FAA. Hunter tells Johnson that he refused to tag with Hawkins because the FCC wouldn’t allow Johnson to call the match by himself. Johnson accuses Hunter of instigating more violence. Sexton escapes a chinlock, but Pendleton tosses him to the floor. Hunter suggests the Producer should partake in color commentating duties while Johnson tags with Hawkins. Johnson calls the Producer a fur face. He is glad that Pendleton got under Sexton’s skin because pigmentation sure hasn’t. Sexton chops Pendleton on the ropes and connects with the Gamebreaker. Sexton uncles Pendleton by choking him out.

WINNER: Todd Sexton.

COMMENTS: Sexton garnered sympathy from the crowd for once, which is always a good sign. This was Squash City once Sexton regained his senses.

RATING: ¾*

3. Slim J & Patrick Bentley vs. Adrian Hawkins & Brett Thunder

THE MATCH: Thunder spends a considerable portion of ring time because Hawkins is too scared to confront Bentley & J. Jay Nelson, who watches Anarchy in Clayton, aspires to become a professional wrestler and thinks Johnson is an idiot. There’s nothing like a child shooting on the heel color commentator. Hawkins contracted the 24 hour Eboli virus 36 hours ago and consequently, has a 1080 degree fever. Hawkins miraculously recoups from the Ecoli virus and tags in after Thunder gains the advantage. Bentley responds to Hawkins’s offense with a backbreaker. J receives the hot tag and Hawkins is amazingly back to his medically challenged self. However, Thunder has other ideas and prescribes Hawkins a lethal dosage of his own medication. J takes full advantage with series of stiff clotheslines and a wicked package piledriver on his own knees. Kevin Steen would like to send his admirations to Slim J on that package piledriver.

WINNER: Bentley & Slim J.

COMMENTS: Slim outshadowed everyone else involved. I’m not knocking anyone here, but it’s just a testament to Slim J’s personality and capability.

RATING: *½

4. Hollywood Brunettes (Kyle Matthews & Andrew Alexander) vs. Cowboys & Indians (Windwalker & Billy Buck)

THE MATCH: The Brunettes enter the NWA Arena to a nice pop from the female contingent. Johnson proclaims the Village People have officially returned. I concur. Alright everyone, now let’s sing: Y-M-C-A! Y-M-C-A! Y-M-C-A! Windbreaker is a savage trained to attack from behind, that’s according to General Custard. Hunter implies that Johnson has viewed too many spaghetti westerns. The Brunettes take control just like they ruled Paris Hilton’s birthday party and the reason for Britney Spears shaving her head bald. Johnson continues to deliver multiple insults toward Windwalker as the Brunettes continue to physically dissect Tahlequah, Oklahoma’s finest. Did you know that the Brunettes turned down parts in Brokeback Mountain after reading the script? I would, too. Windwalker finally buys himself time with Wahoo McDaniels’ chops and a clothesline. Buck receives a huge pop as he receives the hot tag. Buck goes Buck Wild on the Brunettes. The native of Houston, TX, who is sporting Tar Heel Blue for some reason runs into the opposition’s corner and finds himself a victim of the Sheeney Curse.

WINNER: Hollywood Brunettes

COMMENTS: This is what a squash match is supposed to do: make the heels look strong and allow them to sneak in signature moves.

RATING: *

– “Mr. Representation” Al Getz leads Justice Served to the ring to rid the NWA Arena of Cowboys & Indians. Getz commandeers the mike and commands the Urban Assault Squad to head out. The UAS launch an attack, but Brody Ray Chase, Brandon Phoenix and Truitt & Shatter make it an eight way. Jerry Palmer plays matchmaker and combines two tag matches into a single eight man tag.

5. Urban Assault Squad (Nemesis & Shadow Jackson) & Truitt & Shatter vs. Justice Served (Jason Justice & Mikki Free) & Brody Ray Chase & Brandon Phoenix

THE MATCH: The crowd unleashes a deafening roar and immediately goes into “Kill the Cracker” mode as Jackson goes to town with a series of bionic elbows. JS doubled team Shatter until he kills Justice with a wicked spinebuster. I can see why Bailey wanted this physical specimen. After commercial, Free clobbers Fields with a clothesline. Chase & Phoenix takes turns whipping each other into Fields. Chase jawjacks with the crowd after a nice vertical suplex on Fields. Phoenix applies a chinlock after a nice T-bone suplex. Jackson destroys Phoenix at ringside. Hunter announces Getz is hiding underneath the announcer table in case anybody wants to kill him. Fields connects with a jawbreaker and tags in Nemesis. Getz leaps on the ring apron, but Palmer hauls his ass down. Justice clocks Nemesis with a chain as referee Harry Jim has his back turned to the action. Getz basks in all his glory because he outsmarted Palmer.

WINNER: Justice Served & Chase & Phoenix

RATING: **

– NEXT WEEK: Abomination vs. Onyx.

– OVERALL: This episode was more about setting up future storylines and allowing a few teams to get clean wins. Walters & Driver finally got a win, Sexton got a squash and the Brunettes received an opportunity to show their stuff. Johnson was outrageous on color commentary with his Cowboy and Indian jokes. Hopefully, Bentley’s character can get over with the crowd.

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NWA WISCONSIN 6-30 RESULTS

NWA Black and Blue is the newest and hottest extension
of the National Wrestling Alliance brand. Located in
Levittown PA, Black and Blue is just a half hour from
Philadelphia. Blending professional wrestling’s stars
of tomorrow such as Travis Blake, The Silver Bullets,
Justin Corino, The Playas Club and more with veteran
star power like Reckless Youth Tom Carter, Dirty Don
Montoya, Nick Berk, Damion Dragon and more, NWA Black
and Blue offers a unique blend of all different types
of wrestling.
HUGE NEWS! NWA BLACK & BLUE RETURNS TO THE SALVATION
ARMY 215 APPLETREE DRIVE LEVITTOWN PA ON AUGUST 25 AT
7:00PM! DOORS OPEN AT 6:30!

FRONT ROW TICKETS ARE JUST $15 GENERAL ADMISSION
TICKETS ARE JUST $10

4 HUGE MATCHES SIGNED:

“Dirty” Don Montoya takes on “SureShot” Shawn Reynolds
in a falls count anywhere match to settle the score
for once and for all!!

In a return match for the NWA Television Tag Team
Titles, Champions the Playaz Club (Davey Boy Bling and
“Juicy” Justin Corino) defend their belts against the
team they defeated in the finals of last month’s
tournament, fan favourites the Sneaky Silver Bullets!

Society of Ventrue’s Lord Jasin Karloff takes on King
of the 80’s own Chris Carter

while

Society of Ventrue’s other member Preacher John Cannon
squares off against another King of the 80’s, “Motley”
Mike Notar

Also appearing: “Raw Superstar” Nick Berk, “Reckless
Youth” Tom Carter, Allister Crowley Esq, Franciz,
C-Robb, Chris Steeler, Johnny Arson, Jack Hydraulic,
AJ Mackey and more!!

NWA Pro/Ultra Championship Wrestling-Zero “Summer Assault”
June 29, 2007 in Salt Lake City, Utah
–UCW-Zero Ultra-X champion Jeff Orcut vs. UCW-Zero
CEO Stevie Slick
Orcut came out to the ring and stated that he had been
attacked while leaving the gym yesterday, and was not
medically cleared to defend his title. Slick demanded
that Orcut award him the title due to forfeiting the
match, but Commissioner Mike said that titles don’t
change hands that way and that when Orcut was ready to
wrestle again, then he would defend his title.
Commissioner Mike then introduced Chip as Orcut’s
replacement.

–Chip defeated UCW-Zero CEO Stevie Slick
Chip teased homosexuality with Slick throughout the
match, going as far as doing a bump & grind on Slick
in the corner. Chip eventually pinned Slick after
tucking Slick’s face between his legs for a reverse
tombstone piledriver variation.

–Dallas Murdock (w/Cassidy) defeated Radical Ricky
(UCW-Zero Tag Team champion)
Murdock defeated Ricky when Ricky’s arm was dropped
three times by the referee after Cassidy hit him with
the UCW-Zero tag team title belt and Murdock locked
him in the figure four. After the match Cassidy and
Murdock continued to beat on Ricky until Ricky’s tag
team partner Derrick Jannetty came in for the save.
Jannetty tried to help Ricky out of the ring, but
Ricky pushed him away and walked to the back alone.

–Kaos & Khan Kussion defeated Los Mochi Paco
(UCW-Zero Mexico champion) & Guerrero Azteca
Azteca flirted with a fan at ringside the entire
match, eventually taking her backstage and leaving
Paco alone in the ring. Kaos pinned Paco after he hit
a legdrop and Khan Kussion simultaneously hit a
frogsplash on Paco through a table.

–After intermission Paco came out to the ring and
berated the referee for letting Azteca leave him alone
in the ring. He then challenged Khan Kussion to a
rematch on August 3rd, and said that he has a partner
that will always have his back–Los Mochi Damien.
Kussion accepted the challenge and said that he would
find himself a partner as well.

–Cassidy (w/Dallas Murdock) defeated Kid CadeCassidy
pinned Cade after hitting a Fameasser off the top
rope.

–Derrick Jannetty (UCW-Zero Tag Team champion)
defeated “Mr. Spectacular” Devan Payne (w/UCW-Zero
Stevie Slick)
Jannetty defeated Payne by disqualification when Payne
blatantly kicked him in the crotch in front of the
referee. Validus, Magnus, Cassidy, and Dallas Murdock
came out and helped Slick and Payne beat on Jannetty
until Commissioner Mike came out to stop them. Slick
and Payne challenged Commisioner Mike to a tag team
match on August 3rd, if Mike could find a partner.
Mike said that he’d make some phone calls and have a
partner by the end of the night. After they left,
Radical Ricky came out, apparently to help Jannetty.
Ricky handed Jannetty one of their UCW-Zero Tag Team
title belts, then threw the other on the mat near
Jannetty and left him laying in the ring.

–Magnus defeated Alex Brady
Magnus pinned Brady after a Celtic Cross.

–Validus (w/UCW-Zero CEO Stevie Slick) defeated
UCW-Zero Heavyweight champion Tristan Gallo to win the
title
On a funny note, a fan at ringside chased Slick around
the outside of the ring. When Validus stopped her and
accused her of never being with a real man like him,
she tried to flash him and said that they were real.
After Slick interfered in the match several times,
Validus was able to pin Gallo to become the new
UCW-Zero Heavyweight champion.

–Slick, Validus, Magnus, and Devan Payne all beat on
Gallo after the match, but Commissioner Mike came out
to stop them again. He announced that he found a
partner for August 3rd……MARTY JANNETTY!!!

The next NWA Pro/UCW-Zero show is scheduled for August
3 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Matches announced so far:

–UCW-Zero CEO Stevie Slick & “Mr. Spectacular” Devan
Payne vs. Commissioner Mike & “The Rocker” Marty
Jannetty

–Los Mochis (Paco & Damien) vs. Khan Kussion and a
partner of his choice

NWA PRO/VIVA LA LUCHA

There’s an old saying that the cream rises to the top
and once again Viva La Lucha run by the incomparable
Ruben showed why it’s the best lucha promotion in this
area. I have been to a few shows this year and
tonight’s event was by far the best I have seen. I was
nervous with anticipation about how the new venue
would affect attendance but I saw several old faces at
the Southwestern College Gym in Chula Vista. The house
wasn’t jam packed like I have seen at Montgomery HS in
the past but I think there were at least 350 people
there. I’m not good at guessing attendance figures so
if I am way off, I hope someone corrects me. There is
not a lucha promotion in all of southern California
that can match the talented roster of Viva La Lucha
and all of the workers proved that tonight.

The night started off slowly as Shamu and Black
Machine got the best of Huracan Negro and X-Torm. I am
always impressed with Shamu who is very agile for his
size but tonight it was the much larger Black Machine
who pulled a moonsault out of nowhere for the victory.
The crowd was quieter than usual for a Viva La Lucha
opener but they were certainly entertained.

After this match, Ruben came out to thank everyone for
coming out. Suddenly he was interrupted by Anchor’s
Away (Ryan Stone and David E. Jones). I have never
seen these guys before but they did a good job of
drawing some heat from the fans. They hurled
anti-immigrant comments into the predominantly Latino
crowd and were bold enough to challenge anyone from
the dressing room to come out and shut them up. Out
came the legendary Mascarita Sagrada who cleared the
ring to the delight of his many fans.

The next bout saw the rudo duo of El Galeno and
Aquiles (not sure if that was his name) knock off Wama
and El Faraon. Neither team was particularly
impressive but they put out a good effort and kept the
crowd pumped up.

Up next was a 2nd round match from the NWA World title
tournament. This match was originally scheduled to
occur in Oklahoma but due to flooding in the Sooner
state, this match-up was moved to San Diego. As
further proof of the respect that NWA promoters have
for Ruben, his promotion was granted this second round
bout. Brent Albright is a tremendous talent who at one
time competed in the WWE as Gunner Scott. His opponent
was the face of Rising Phoenix Wrestling out of
Arizona, Fred Sampson. This was my favorite match of
the night. After some early stalling by Albright both
men proceeded to put on a solid wrestling match. The
crowd was behind Sampson all the way and after hitting
the Bonecrusher Powerslam on Albright, it looked like
he was going to pull off the upset. Albright kicked
out and soon after he put Sampson in what I thought
was going to be a full nelson. Instead of grabbing
both arms, Albright connected on a half nelson/German
suplex that put Sampson out for the 1-2-3. With the
win Albright advances to the semi-finals of the NWA
World title tournament.

The next bout featured two elements that are always
crowd favorites, the minis and lady wrestlers. Candice
LeRae
and Furball from the movie Nacho Libre defeated
Nikki and Espantito in a really entertaining match.
LeRae pulled off some incredible aerial maneuvers that
showed why she is one of the best female workers in
the business. As usual the minis were a big hit with
the kids.

The fifth match of the night was somewhat of a
surprise as NWA Pro’s “Machine Gun” Karl Anderson made
his Viva La Lucha debut teaming with the extremely
talented Cobra II to take on veteran Misterioso and
Tijuana’s own Scream. Anderson is a fantastic heel who
can draw major heat from the fans. He is also well
versed in Spanish curse words. As I commented to Ruben
after the show, I had a chance to see Cobra II work at
the VFW in Lemon Grove when he was just breaking into
this business under a different gimmick and even back
then I could tell he had star potential. Misterioso is
a solid veteran who matched up well with both Anderson
and Cobra II. Scream, who I thought was out of place
in this match-up, hung in there as best he could. The
finish came when both Anderson and Cobra II pinned
Misterioso.

The semi main event was the most entertaining match of
the night. The exotico duo of Cassandro and Ruby
Gardenia faced off against El Paso, TX’s talented
tandem of Magno and Rey Escorpion. The crowd
absolutely loved the exoticos. I have said before that
Cassandro is one of the best high flyers in the
business and he proved it again tonight. Gardenia is a
great comedy wrestler but he can mix it up too. Rey
Escorpion is a muscular big man with surprising
agility and Magno is simply put an amazing flyer. The
crowd cheered loudest and laughed the most during this
bout. As usual with the exoticos, there were several
“Beso, beso, beso” chants and the hilarious antics of
Ruby Gardenia kept the crowd involved. The end came
when Cassandro pinned Magno.

The main event featured some incredible out of the
ring brawling as Psicosis teamed up with TJ Boy to
face off against Rey Misterio Sr. and El Hijo de Rey
Misterio. Any Psicosis-Misterio Sr. match-up always
features some vicious chair shots and this one was no
different. The crowd was on their feet for the whole
match. El Hijo de Rey Misterio hit a devastating DDT
on TJ Boy to capture the victory.

No word on the date for the next Viva La Lucha event
but I am sure everyone in attendance tonight can’t
wait. It looks like Ruben has found a new home for his promotion.

NWA PRO/AUSTRALIA

5th Man Secures His Place In Tournament

On the 9th June 2007, the fifth name in the NWA
Australian title tournament was decided.

In Perth, Western Australia, our affiliate group,
Explosive Pro Wrestling, held a match between Bobby
Marshall & Victoria’s Spike Steele.

Marshall is a name well known to NWA Pro fans as he
has wrestled regularly for NWA Pro and it’s affiliate
groups in Southern California. Steele is one of the
most established names in Australian wrestling.

We already know that four of the spots in the
tournament are filled with Fergal Devitt, Mikey
Nicholls, Jimmy Payne & Hartley Jackson all being
invited to participate in the tournament.

This was the first qualifying match for the remaining
four spots in the tournament and it highlighted the
desperation of both men to secure themselves a shot at
becoming the first NWA recognised Australian champion.

In the end, it was Spike Steele who would win by
tapout in an incredibly hard fought victory.
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