BILL BEHRENS NWA NOTES for 7-9-07
NEW NWA WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSÂ
JOEY RYAN & KARL ANDERSON defeated Incognito & Sicodelico, Jr and Billy Kidman & Shawn Waltman in
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NWA ANARCHY TV TAPING RESULTS 7-7-07
Highlight video of HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT was shown.Â
Jerry Palmer thanked the fans for supporting NWA ANARCHY at HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT,Â Â Tony Santarelli (Tony Stradlin) interrupted Palmer, yelling from the crowd, and came over the railing to the ring to ask Palmer for a spot in NWA Anarchy.Â Palmer told him this was not way to get a spot in Anarchy and had security escort him from the building.Â
Ring Announcer ER, then explained that there would be a mini tournament to determine the #1 contender for the NWA Tag Team Titles held by Awesome Attraction, three first round matches and then a three team Texas Tornado style match.Â
In the 1st Tournament match, Seth Delay & Adrian Hawkins defeated Sex & Money (Conley & Pendleton)Â
Truitt Fields defeated Rob Adonis who was accompanied by Jeremy Vain.Â Vain attacked Fields after the match.Â
In the 2nd Tournament match, the Hollywood Brunettes (Alexander & Matthews) defeated Walters & Driver.Â
Jeff G Bailey & the NWA Elite (Shatter, Abomination & Jeff Lewis) did an in ring promoÂ
In the 3rd Tournament match, UAS (Shadow & Nemesis) defeated Anger Alliance (Matthews & Phoenix with Chase)Â
Awesome Attraction defeated Hustle Squad (Pittman & Halen)Â
Al Getz presented Melissa Coates who defeated Chris KingÂ
Video played of Patrick Bentley being welcome into the Devils Rejects by The Rev, Dan Wilson.Â
Slim J cut an in ring promo about Patrick Bentley turning on him & the fansÂ
UAS defeated Hollywood Brunettes & Delay & Hawkins to become the #1 contender to Awesome Attractionâ€™s Tag Team Titles.Â Awesome Attraction came to the ring and the two teams had a face down and shook hands.Â
Ace Rockwell defeated Chad Parham to become the new NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion.Â
Next TV Taping is Saturday 7-21-07 with AWESOME ATTACTIONÂ Â vsÂ UAS for the NWA ANARCHY TAG TEAM TITLES and new NWA ANARCHY CHAMPION,. ACE ROCKWELL will face former champ CHAD PARHAM in a rematch for the NWA ANARCHY HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE.Â
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NWA Anarchy eps #70 review by Ca$hFlowX
July 2, 2007
WRESTLING: (n.) \â€™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!
– Chad Parham is the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion and NWA Anarchy TV Champion. Any belts heâ€™s ever desired, heâ€™s obtained. He calls out Christian Cage and of this time on July 2nd,
– This week, the Awesome Attraction defends their titles against Anger Inc, Abomination challenges Onyx and Chad Parham defends the TV Title against Jeremy Vain. Last week, Jerry Palmer cost the face contingent of the Urban Assault Squad & Truitt & Shatter a victory against Justice Served & Chase & Phoenix.
– John Johnson interviews Vain & Parham. Parham shakes Vainâ€™s hand and begins to speak about his handpicked opponent, but Palmer gently interrupts them. He informs them that he has picked Ace Rockwell as special guest referee. Parham snidely walks off and Vain commands Rockwell to call it down the middle.
1. NWA Anarchy Tag Team Titles: Awesome Attraction (ch.) (Austin Creed & Hayden Young) vs. Anger Inc. (Adam Roberts & Don Matthews)
THE MATCH: According to Alejandro, Austin Creed is enrolling at
WINNER: Awesome Attraction retains.
COMMENTS: Awesome Attraction looked good here, especially Creed. Matthews is pretty good for a man his size and shouldnâ€™t overselling basic moves by wrestlers he outweighs by 50 plus pounds. Plus, he needs to work on his forearms. Overall, Matthews makes a great fit with Roberts. Iâ€™d like to see more of him in the future. Correct me if Iâ€™m wrong, but the chemistry seemed off here.
– Backstage, Slim J confronts Patrick Bentley regarding his low self-esteem and dwelling on the past.
– The next contest is supposed to feature Abomination and â€œthe Genetic Powerhouseâ€ Onyx. Onyx fails to show up when his entrance music plays. After commercial, Bailey states Onyx has proven his cowardice. The Architect of Doom was preaching the Gospel when Onyx is a coward. Speaking of cowards, the Rejects are dead and buried because the Human Holocaust snapped Tankâ€™s head. They hauled his carcass and tossed him into the nearest BFI dumpster. The Rejects crawled to the back like humiliating dogs. Bailey self proclaims the NWA Elite the modern day Gestapo and they walked to the back triumphantly. The fans mock Bailey by yelling, â€œWhat?â€ The Elite have always outclassed the Rejects. He provides one last tribute to Dan Wilson by screaming. However, Bailey the tables were about to turn and pay the ultimate price. Bailey cites Dominous in the crowd and Abomination gives chase.
– â€œThe Reverendâ€ Dan Wilson is prepared to bless
2. NWA Anarchy TV Title:
REFEREE: Ace Rockwell.
PREMATCH: Greg Hunter handles the ring introductions for tonightâ€™s main event. Vain shoves Hunter aside to gloat in all his glory. Parham reminds Hunter that he is from
THE MATCH: Rockwell forces Parham to release the abdominal stretch early on when he catches him grabbing the ropes. Vain seizes the moment when Parham argues with Rockwell. Johnson suggests if Vain follow Parhamâ€™s Three Year Plan, he might be there in five years. Vain escapes a wristlock with a hair pull. After knocking each other out, Parham slaps on a body scissors, but Rockwell catches him using them again. Johnson compares Parham to calculus and Vain to advanced algebra. Thatâ€™s not too far above Vain. Itâ€™s more like Parham is a master of topology and Vain a master of calculus. Johnson & Hunter plug Anarchy TV in Vainâ€™s hometown and on the thesuperstation.net. Vain rakes Parhamâ€™s eyes to gain control. Vain performs the ultimate form of birth control when he misses a splash. Parham makes the cover, but Vain places his foot on the bottom rope. Parham celebrates, but Vain quickly surprises him with a rollup and a handful of tights. Vain believes he has won the match, but soon discovers that Rockwell was staring at trunk pulling the whole time. Vain is thoroughly embarrassed. Vain catches Parham with a wheelbarrow suplex for a near fall. Parham springs up, lands the enziguri and a senton for a two count. They headbutt each other after Parham quickly escapes a sleeper. Parham grabs the TV Title, but Rockwell snatches it from him. Vain snatches Parhamâ€™s other strap and cleans his clock for the victory. It just doesnâ€™t pay to have two title belts. Vain celebrates as Rockwell straps the title on him.
WINNER: Vain wins TV Title.
COMMENTS: This match was almost all storyline and little about wrestling, which took away from the overall experience. Rockwell was great playing the referee that was on to every little trick that both heels pulled. A majority of fans gained satisfaction of Parham losing by cheating. Vain has improved and holding the TV title should help his stock as a chicken nuts heel.
– OVERALL: Itâ€™s unfortunate this episode was downloadable one week after the Benoit tragedy because the annihilation of Bailey was brilliantly executed. It was hard to watch the segment once
– DOWNLOAD: http://www.thesuperstation.net/nwaanarchy.html.
NWA Wrestle Birmingham returned to Zamora Shrine Temple in Irondale,
It was an entertaining show. Nostalgia still has its place here. But
more than ever, Wrestle Birmingham is getting a variety of talent into
the mix and with mainly positive results.
Promoter Linda Marx could only shrug her shoulders about the
attendance. She’s been running this building for more than 2 years,
and even with Samoa Joe vs. Rhino on top, last night’s crowd of 300
was their smallest ever.
Michael St. John opened the show with a 10 bell salute to Sherri
Martel, Nancy Daus and her son Daniel.
The ring announcing was handled by Chase Dee aka Big Fat Oily Guy from
<B>(1) “Maddog” Dan Sawyer pinned Brian Murdoch in 4:12.</B> Brian was
playing off a resemblance to Trevor Murdoch more than Dick. Sawyer is
a powerhouse devoid of mobility. His matches are best kept short with
all the weight he’s carrying. Sawyer hit an overhead suplex and
Murdoch took a powder. Murdoch got a bit of offense before Sawyer cut
him off and finished him with a powerbomb.
<B>(2) “Exotic” Adrian Street (with Miss Linda) beat Ricky Roberts
(with Marcel Pringle) via submission in 9:47.</B> This was a nice
change of pace from Street’s usual matches here, as he sold more for
Roberts than he has in the past. Street opened with his standard ass
pinching shenanigans, and as usual, it got over. Street popped Roberts
knuckles to where you could hear it in the first row. Then he kissed
Roberts in the mouth and pinched him in the ass. Roberts started
working on Street’s knee. When Pringle interfered, Linda hit the ring
in protest. That spot got heat. Street did some nice leglock reversal
stuff that you don’t see anywhere else. Pringle choked Street with the
camera cable. Pringle always looks like he’s on the verge of bursting
a blood vessel. Roberts flew from the top, but Street ducked out of
the way. Street applied a single leg crab while stepping on Robert’s
head to get the submission.
Pringle called Street a freak and challenged him to a match. Cowboy
(the MC and national anthem guy) tried to convince Pringle that he
didn’t want any of what Street had for him. Street said he would take
on either Pringle or Roberts anytime.
<B>(3) Anton Leveigh beat Brandon Barbwire in 6:37.</B> The crowd
appreciated this match, although these guys weren’t as on as they were
that first night in Graysville. They worked a fast-paced TNA X
Division style. Barbwire did a good job connecting with the crowd as a
heel. Leveigh hit a cool springboard neckbreaker early. Barbwire threw
Leveigh over the top and beat him up on the outside. The crowd got on
Barbwire when he started having trouble with his footing. Barbwire
used a swinging neckbreaker for a near fall. Leveigh came back with a
leg lariat for a near fall. Leveigh popped the crowd with a satellite
DDT. Barbwire got a big near fall with a spinning uranage. The finish
was Leveigh reversing a powerbomb into the Border Destroyer. They
didn’t hit it clean, but Petey’s finisher never fails to get a response.
<B>(4) Dennis Condrey beat Inhuman Fly (with Eddie G) in 5:20.</B>
Condrey’s Television Title was not on the line. Condrey took one look
at Fly, a little guy in a zany lucha superhero getup, and was
struggling not to laugh. Condrey knocked him down with a shoulder
block. But when Fly responded with a dropkick, Condrey got serious. He
pounded Fly from pillar to post. Eddie tripped up Condrey and Fly
capitalized with an elbow drop. Condrey came right back with a
brainbuster and pinned Fly with one knee while staring a hole through
Eddie. Condrey gave Eddie a chairshot and laid him out next to Fly.
Condrey then used their carcasses as stepping stones as he exited the
ring. Great stuff from Condrey as always.
<B>(5) McNasty (with Robert Fuller) beat Bull Buchanan in a lumberjack
strap match (5:30).</B> This wasn’t one of those watered down
lumberjack matches like I’ve seen on some indie shows. It was the real
deal with a dozen lumberjacks, 6 heels and 6 babyfaces, all wielding
leather straps, and the heat was terrific. Fuller brought out a “local
gentleman” that was easily over 400 pounds to introduce McNasty. Among
the lumberjacks were El Mexicano, Rivers D’Angelo and Bill Franklin.
McNasty took a bump over the top and got strapped. The lumberjacks
started going at it. McNasty got tossed out again. This time, the heel
lumberjacks protected McNasty, and it was war between the lumberjack
factions. McNasty sent Buchanan through the ropes with a flying
shoulder tackle. Buchanan tasted the leather. Buchanan took McNasty
over the top with him via a clothesline. A wild melee ensued among the
lumberjacks. Meanwhile, back inside the ring, Buchanan was going for a
Samoan drop when McNasty put his lights out with a foreign object. It
was great while it lasted. This feud isn’t over by any means.
The babyface lumberjacks gathered around Buchanan. He came to and
started attacking them like he didn’t know which end was up. He
powerbombed the hell out of Leveigh, who ended up being carried out.
<B>(6) Mike Jackson (with Bambi) beat Daffney (with Robert Fuller) to
win the NWA Wrestle Birmingham Junior Title in 5:34.</b> The match and
postmatch made for an incredible segment on several levels. Stellar
performances by everyone involved. Before the match, Condrey came out
and offered to help
fee would be.
Condrey said he was giving
Fuller came out with Daffney. He went chest-to-chest with Condrey. “He
ain’t got no business out here,” said Fuller. In the confusion,
gave him a hiptoss on the concrete floor. Back inside the ring,
Daffney hit a bridging Northern lights suplex but
When Daffney telegraphed a backdrop,
hair. The crowd voiced their approval. Fuller got on the apron to
distract. Bambi clipped Daffney’s knee while
Daffney said no. Daffney was in agony at this point, but that didn’t
deter Bambi from ramming her knee into the post. But
crab. Daffney tapped and appeared to be in tremendous pain as she was
carried to the back. It would have been an awesome blowoff to the feud
under any circumstances, but these weren’t just any circumstances.
The postmatch angle was equally awesome. Bambi got in the ring holding
the title belt. She said she and Jackson were friends, and they had
done it, and it was an honor for her to help.
know what she was talking about. Bambi said she wanted to repay
announcer Michael St. John tried to mediate. “You wasn’t supposed to
touch nobody. A man stands on his own two feet,” said
snatched the belt from Bambi. Condrey showed up just in time to get in
a tug of war with
walked away shaking her head. Condrey left with the belt. NWA official
Roy Lee Welch assured
get the belt back.
even been during his 37 years in the pro wrestling business.
said wrestling had fallen apart and he was quitting. “I don’t even
care no more.” It didn’t come across like a fake pro wrestling
retirement. There was some powerful allegory in the way this whole
thing played out.
<B>(7) Sonjay Dutt beat Scotty Blaze in 10:39.</B> Blaze is the same
guy that wrestled as Scott Fantastic for
gotten in progressively better shape. The response for Dutt was
nothing compared to when TNA ran here in January. They traded holds to
a stand off. Dutt faked a handshake and slapped Blaze across the face.
Blaze got a flurry of offense. He dwarfed Dutt, and it’s visually
problematic when the babyface is so much larger than the heel. Blaze
caught Dutt’s pescado attempt and threw him back through the ropes
with a press slam. Blaze flew from the top and was met in midair by
Dutt’s dropkick. Dutt used a senton to set up a standing moonsault.
The size difference was a problem here as well. Dutt got heat by
faking a slingshot move. Then he started into the 10 punches and quit
after three. Both men down after Blaze’s leg lariat. Blaze made the
comeback with a flapjack. Blaze showed babyface fire. Dutt hit a
springboard Thesz press that Blaze reversed into a small package. Dutt
went for the Sonjay Cutter, but Blaze countered with back suplex. The
finish came when Blaze tried a sunset flip from the apron and Dutt sat
down on it using the ropes for extra leverage. Match was OK, but it
could have been a lot better with a different opponent for Dutt. They
must have big plans for Blaze.
With the Junior title belt in hand, Welch called
Condrey’s TV title belt vs.
apologized. He said that as Welch knew from personal experience, the
decision to step away from wrestling would be the hardest one he ever
ever held two belts at the same time.
<B>(8) Diamonds in the Rough (David Young & Elix Skipper with Robert
Fuller & Gina) beat Bloodline (Michael Rayne & Billy Blade) to retain
the NWA Wrestle Birmingham Tag Team Titles in 14:31.</B> Young pulled
a hot blonde out of the first row to escort him around ringside. How
vampires with fake blood dribbling out of their mouths qualify to be
babyfaces is beyond me, and they’re certainly nothing special in the
ring. Bloodline had worked OK in the role at the Graysville shows, but
it wasn’t happening here against a quality team like Diamonds. Most of
the people reacted like it was heel vs. heel and never got behind
either team to any significant extent. Diamonds sold big for Bloodline
early and then got heat on Blade. Skipper used his stiff kicks to the
back. Gina gave Blade two pathetic slaps. I have no idea why they have
her out there. If she was some awesome looking chick I could
understand. Fuller got a few licks in has well. Young busted out an
impressive snap huracanrana. Blade got the tag but I wouldn’t say it
was hot. Bloodline hit a double cutthroat back cracker on Young and
Skipper made the save. Bloodline gave Skipper a chest cracker/back
cracker combo. Young started a round of finishing moves with a
spinebuster on Blade. Rayne had simultaneously pins, Skipper with an
O’Connor Roll and Young with a bridging Northern Lights suplex, but
Fuller distracted the ref. Diamonds hit a double facebuster on Blade
and Young pinned him.
Paul Adams was acknowledged as Michael St. John’s broadcast partner
for the television taping.
<B>(9) Samoa Joe beat Rhino via submission to earn a shot at the
Alabama Heavyweight Title (8:49).</B> Rhino ripped the people of The
South. “You said the South would rise again. Well, I’m still waiting.”
Joe got a slightly bigger pop than Rhino. There was a mild “Joe is
gonna kill you” chant. It was a power stand off until Joe decked Rhino
with a shoulder block. Rhino bailed and Joe dished out punishment on
the outside. Back inside the ring, Rhino went down face first after an
enzuigiri upside the head. Rhino took over. Nothing of note about his
offense. He seemed more interested in inciting the crowd. Joe rallied
with a middle rope leg lariat for a near fall. Rhino scored a near
fall with a belly to belly suplex. Joe hit the senton backsplash for a
near fall. Rhino used a spinebuster slam to set up the Gore. Joe
caught Rhino with a kick in the face and locked in the Kokina Clutch.
Rhino tapped right away. The match was fine. Crowd was hotter for the
lumberjack match and Jackson/Daffney.
Rhino called Joe back out to the ring and apologized for his remarks
prior to the match. Rhino said he actually liked
Joe. He shook Joe’s hand and left.
NOTES: El Mexicano has been rehabbing the knee injury he suffered in
April on the Graysville show. He expects to be back in action in a few
weeksâ€¦Mike Porter for NWA Main Event was in the house. Porter said his
company has secured the use of the old National Guard Armory in
Pulaski, Tennessee with their first show set for 7/28â€¦Marx said the
Wrestle Birmingham television show is doing solid ratings on WTTO
Channel 21. Marx has a meeting next week with one of the suits from
Here are the results from NWA Indiana in Lafayette,
Indiana @ Riehle Brothers Sports Complex in front of
Loius Linaris defeated Luis Rojas in a pre-show match
Devon Fury & Kenny Courageous defeated Johnny Rich &
Chase Richards defeated Kenneth James
Guy Lombardo defeated Chris Cardio
Don Basher defeated “Gay” Guy Lombardo
PT Hussla defeated Dustin Lillard
The MetalMaster & Marc Houston defeated Jeremy Hadley
& “The Damaja” Danny Basham
Brian Roberts defeated Rob Ramer in a last man
NWA Indiana returns to Lafayette, Indiana on Sunday
August 12 with Ricky Morton making his NWA Indiana
Log onto www.nwaindiana.com for more infoÂ
NWA ASW RESULTS 06/30/07
NWA ALL-STAR WRESTLING
APPALACHIA CIVIC CENTER
1. “FRAT BOY” ANTHONY BOYD DEFEATED “RATED X” WAYNE
DANIELS VIA PINFALL (VICTORY ROLL).
2. BLACKJACK LEWIS DEFEATED MATTHIAS GRIMM VIA
SUBMISSION (IRON CLAW).
3. “YOUNG GUN” CODY ICES DEFEATED “MEXICAN SENSATION”
CHRIS GUERRERO VIA PINFALL (SMALL PACKAGE).
4. NWA NORTH AMERICAN TAG-TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
“HEATMISER” SCOTTY BLAZE & “SUPERSTAR” SCOTTY ROCKER
DEFEATED CHARLIE “CALIFORNIA” DREAMER & “FRAT BOY”
ANTHONY BOYD VIA PINFALL (DOUBLE CHOKESLAM) TO RETAIN
5. NWA ALL-STAR WRESTLING HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
STAN “THE MAN” LEE DEFEATED “
HOUSTON VIA DISQUALIFICATION TO RETAIN THE TITLE.
*BOBBY HOUSTON SET STAN LEE UP FOR HIS PATENTED
BULLDOG, BUT LEE WHIPPED BOBBY ACROSS RIGHT INTO THE
REFEREE. WHILE THE REFEREE WAS DOWN, SCOTTY BLAZE &
SCOTTY ROCKER HIT THE RING AND LAID THE BOOTS TO
AND BEGAN TO FIGHT WITH BLAZE & ROCKER. STAN LEE WENT
TO PUT THE FIGURE FOUR ON BOBBY HOUSTON, BUT
ROLLED STAN LEE UP. CHARLIE DREAMER GRABBED THE REF.
THE REFEREE MADE WHAT APPEARED TO BE A THREE COUNT.
BOBBY HOUSTON GRABBED THE BELT AND CELEBRATED WITH
BOYD & DREAMER. REFEREE RYAN MICHAELS TOOK THE BELT
FROM BOBBY HOUSTON. THE REFEREE EXPLAINED THAT HE WAS
CRAWLING OVER NOT MAKING A THREE COUNT AND THAT HE WAS
DISQUALIFYING BOBBY HOUSTON FOR KNOCKING HIM OUT.
REFEREE RYAN MICHAELS DECLARED STAN LEE THE WINNER OF
THE MATCH AND STILL NWA ASW CHAMPION. BOBBY HOUSTON
GRABBED THE REFEREE AND DELIVERED A DEVESTATING ELBOW
TO HIS HEAD.Â
July 13th Best In The Midwest
Aug 18th TBA
Sep 1st 1st Anniversary Show Featuring Austin Aires vs
The ICW Champion
Oct 28th Insane 8 Tournament 8 man Hardcore Tournament
Featuring CZW TOD Champion Drake Younger plus
tables,ladders,chairs and tacks!!!
Nov 17th The Blizzard Brawl Invitational Tournament 8
men compete to challenge the ICW Champion in Dec at
Milwaukees biggest show of the year presented by GLCW
Dec 15th Destiny 2Â
Preston Quinn has announced the formation of the NWA Sanctioned,
“Gladiators of Virginia” pro wrestling school in
tryouts are scheduled for 1:00pm Saturday, July 21. Preston Quinn has
thirteen years experience in the business and will be the head trainer
for the next crop of young up and comers in the SPORT of Pro wrestling.
For more information, please visit the website at
or email us at [email protected].
If you want to be trained in great detail and to be prepared for the
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NWA Pro/EPW Adelaide presents
Saturday, June 30th 2007
Cosgrove Hall, York Ave, Clovelly Park, S.A.
Chris Vice def. Greg Graham
Ryan ‘Bones’ Malone def. J-Rock
Devlin Reeves def. Jay Andrews
Triple Threat – Devlin Reeves def. Chris Vice and Ryan
Spike Steele def. Robby Heart
Jayson Cooper, Damian Slater, Wayne Mattei & Mark
Hartley Jackson, Bruce Mills, Dick Donovan & Benny EnglishÂ
NWA PRO results 7-7-07Â
Here are the results from Saturday Nightâ€™s event in at
the Plaza San Miguel in
1. Cassandro y Incognito def. Magno y Muneco Infernal
2. NWA Texas State Champion Chaz Taylor def. Seth
Korbin to retain his title
3. Rob Conway def. Don Juan
4. Tzuki def. Fullrabll
5. TJ Perkins def. Ikuto Hidaka
6. Los Luchas (Phoenix Star y Zokre) def. Karl
â€œMachine Gunâ€ Anderson & Joey Ryan (w/C. Edward Vander
Pyle) in a steel cage match
7. NWA Heritage Champion â€œScrap Ironâ€ Adam Pearce
(w/Vander Pyle) def. Sicodelico Jr. to retain his
8. El Hijo del Santo, Super Parka y Rayo de Jalisco
def. Blue Demon, Pentagon Black y Psicosis by DQ when
Blue Demon removed Santoâ€™s mask
Immediately following the event NWA Executive Director
Bob Trobich fined Blue Demon $10,000 for his actions.
Trobich stated, â€œAs the NWA continues to build a
stronger relationship with the wrestlers and fans of
the Lucha Libre world, we must observe their practices
and traditions. It is unacceptable to remove another
wrestlerâ€™s mask. Blue Demon knows this. He has been
warned before and fined before. After a fine of this
magnitude, I am hoping this is the last we see of this
The next afternoon at the
the event was highlighted by a 3-Way Gauntlet Match to
crown new NWA World Tag Team Champions. Before the
event a coin toss determined which 2 teams would
wrestle first. The team of Billy Kidman and Sean
â€œSyxx-Pacâ€ Waltman won the toss and sat out the first
half of the contest. Sicodelico, Jr. and Incognito
battled Karl â€œMachine Gunâ€ Anderson and Joey Ryan in
an intense contest that lasted nearly twenty minutes
on itâ€™s own. In the end, Ryan grabbed a handful of
Incognitoâ€™s tights to score the pinfall. The fresh
team of Waltman & Kidman then came down but could not
take full advantage of Anderson & Ryanâ€™s exhaustion.
Miscommunication between the veterans as well as
interference from opposing manager Vander Pyle led to
Billy Kidman surprisingly spearing his partner,
allowing Anderson & Ryan to hit their
superkick/spinebuster combo for the victory and the
championship. Here are full results:
1. Muneco Infernal y Cobra II def. The
(Don Juan & Joey Spector)
2. Cassandro y Tzuki def. Magno y Furball
3. Rob Conway & â€œScrap Ironâ€ Adam Pearce (w/Vander
Pyle) def. Los Luchas (Zokre y Phoenix Star)
4. Blue Demon y Ikuto Hidaka def. Rayo de Jalisco y TJ Perkins
5. Karl â€œMachine Gunâ€ Anderson & Joey Ryan won the NWA
World Tag Team Championship in a gauntlet match first
defeating Sicodelico Jr. y Incognito and then
defeating Billy Kidman & Sean â€œSyxx-Pacâ€ Waltman
6. El Hijo
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