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Perception Is Reality hosted by Bill Behrens, Trent Van Drisse and Larry Goodman returns with a special roundtable discussion sparked by Stephen Platinum’s recent columns comparing NWA Wildside/Anarchy to Saturday Night Live. Wednesday 11-20 7PM ET
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ROH TV from 4-13-13
Match Number Two: Corey Hollis and Mike Posey lost to QT Marshall and RD Evans
Match ended with Hollis with an elbow to Marshall but Marshall with a tilt-a-whirl uranage to Hollis. Posey with a leg lariat from the turnbuckles. Evans with a leg lariat to Posey. Evans pulls Hollis into the center of the ring and he gets a near fall. Evans with an Irish whip but Hollis moves when Evans charges into the corner. When Hollis goes to the apron, he kicks Marshall in the head. Hollis goes up top but Evans crotches Hollis. Hollis with a sunset flip power bomb and Posey with the Alabama Jam from the other corner and Marshall breaks up the cover.
Marshall hits God’s Gift on Hollis and Evans gets the three count.
September 7 Ring of Honor Report from Birmingham, AL
From Larry Goodman
In a proving ground instant reward match, ReDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly) defeated C & C Wrestle Factory (Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander) and ACH & Tadarious Thomas and Alabama Attitude (Corey Hollis & Mike Posey) in 12:45. Wall-to-wall action with ACH being the human highlight reel. ACH has something that can’t be seen anywhere else. ROH is missing the boat by putting a rocket up his ass as a singles star. Hollis was way over as the hometown hero. Posey got slammed a bazillion times in a row by the champions. Coleman was shook up after freakish accident with the ropes but got back on track fairly quickly. Hollis was way over as the hometown hero. Fish pinned ACH after a brainbuster/kick combo by Red Dragon. Postmatch, fans chanted “that was awesome”.
November 2 Ring Of Honor Report from Cincinnati
By Trent Von Drisse
1. Bobby Fish w/Kyle O’ Reilly beat Mike Posey w/Corey Hollis
The gimmick here was called “Instant Reward”, if either of “Alabama Attitude” beat either of “ReDRagon” in singles matches, Alabama Attitude would receive an immediate shot at the ROH World tag titles. Fish beat Posey with a Shining Wizard style round house kick to the head.
2. Kyle O’ Reilly w/Bobby Fish beat Corey Hollis w/Mike Posey by submission
O’ Reilly caught Hollis coming off the turnbuckle into a Gogoplata for the submission victory. So no tag team title shot for poor Alabama Attitude on this night.
ANARCHY WRESTLING in CORNELIA, GA Posey & Hollis returned to face the Anarchy tag team champions, The Movement on 3-9 and faced Slim J & Seth Delay on 3-23. Posey & Hollis return to Anarchy on May 11 and defeated Seven Walters & John Skyler, pinning Walters after Skyler turned on his partner. Posey & Hollis were defeated by Gunner & Walters on 6-8-13. 6-22 Posey & Hollis defeated Foster & Coal (Squared Circle) and Hollis was defeated by Slim J, and Posey was defeated by the debuting Cody Hall. Mike Posey def Steven Walter on 6-29 and as a result will get Franklin Dove “in the ring”. On 7-13-13 Posey & Hollis def Joey Rhymer & BJ Hancock. On 7/27 Posey defeated Kyle Matthews. On 8-10 Posey & Hollis def The Movement. On 8-24 Posey defeated Caprice Coleman and Corey Hollis defeated Slim J. On 9-14 Corey Hollis faced Steven Walters and Mike Posey faced Wildside. On 9-28 Posey & Hollis took on Se7en & Shaun Tempers for the anarchy Tag Team Titles. On October 12 they defeated Joey Rhymer & Stryknyn. On Oct 26 Corey Hollis was defeated TNS’s Gunner, and Mike Posey defeated Slim J. They returned to Anarchy on November 9 and were defeated by Iceberg & Slim J. Next appearance is December 14.
NWA WILDSIDE TRIBUTE SITE (NOT AFFILIATED WITH CURRENT NWA)
NWA Wildside TV eps 118 from 2001 are online now.
MATCH #1 PROJECT MAYHEM VS KEVIN HARDNER & LOON-A-TICK
MATCH #2 ONYX VS CRU JONES
MATCH #3 BBB CLEANS BRIEFCASE/INTERVIEW BLACKOUT
MATCH #4 INTERVIEW CRU JONES & BBB, INTERVIEW LOST BOYZ
MATCH #5 DAZZ, CROSS & ICEBERG VS COLEMAN, RAVE, & STYLES
NWA Wildside featured stars like Current TNA Heavyweight Champion, “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles (TNA/WCW), Ron Killings (WWE/TNA), Abyss (Justice) (TNA), Jimmy Rave (TNA), Amazing Red (TNA), Tony Mamaluke (WWE/WCW/TNA), Air Paris (WCW), Hotstuff Hernandez (TNA), David Young (TNA), Kenn Phoenix (Kenn Doane/Dykstra) (WWE), Luke Hawx (Altar Boy Luke) (WSX), Matt Sydal (Evan Bourne) (WWE), Delirious (ROH), Mike Posey (WWE/TNA), “The Original Gangsta” New Jack (ECW/TNA) and many more. NWA Wildside served a development promotion for WCW and featured stars like The Beast (Bob Sapp), David Flair, Tank Abbott, Shannon Moore, Shane Helms, Mark Jindrak, Sean O’Haire, Elix Skipper, Jimmy Yang and many more. Wrestling legends like Dusty Rhodes, Dory Funk, Jr., Terry Taylor, Larry Zbsyzko, James E Cornette, The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky & Robert), Abdullah The Butcher, and many more all appeared on NWA Wildside TV.
The NWA Wildside announce team featured Dan “The Dragon” Wilson, Steven Prazak, Scott Hudson, Steve Martin, Bill Behrens, Al Getz, Chris Cruise & others.
Classic NWA Wildside DVD’s are now available at www.sbibookings.com . Relive the excitement of one of the most talked about independent promotions in professional wrestling, NWA Wildside!
All DVD’s may be purchased by using your PayPal account and using the “Send Money” option to [email protected]. Each LAST RITES 2005, FREEDOM FIGHT 2004 or HARDCORE HELL 2005 PT 1 or 2 DVD is only $10, shipping included!
And WILDSIDE TV episodes are available for $5 each or 3 for $10 on DVD with shipping included for free.
Write to Show Business, Inc at [email protected] for info on how to order by mail and on how to order any of the over 300 episodes of NWA Wildside TV, or write to PO Box 941787 Atlanta, GA 31141.
YOUTUBE CHANNEL – NWAWILDSIDE http://www.youtube.com/user/nwawildside
UPDATES TO THE MERCHANDISE section at the ANARCHY WEBSITE
PWI top 500. 443 Dunkerton, 404 Matthews, 320 Posey, 318 Hollis 317 Judas, 250 Tempers, 121 Coleman, 86 Gunner
MATCH #1 RACHAEL, RHYMER & SEXTON IN RING
MATCH #2 BJ HANCOCK VS TODD SEXTON
MATCH #3 YOUNG LIONS RUMBLE HIGHLIGHTS
MATCH #4 UAS VIGNETTE
MATCH #5 POSEY & HOLLIS VS ICEBERG & SLIM J
ANARCHY TV TAPING DATES
CORNELIA ARENA 8PM Belltime
4236 Level Grove Rd. Cornelia, GA
2nd & 4th Saturdays
ANARCHY HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION: MIKAEL JUDAS
ANARCHY TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: UNFORGIVEABLE BLACKNESS (UAS) NEMESIS & SHADOW JACKSON
ANARCHY TV CHAMPION: VACANT
ANARCHY YOUNG LIONS CHAMPION: KEVIN BLUE
ANARCHY 12-14 TV TAPING Report
Dany Only returned to Anarchy defeating Tommy Penirelli
Bill Behrens announced that MATT STRIKER, GUNNER & AJ STYLES would appear at Season’s Beatings on December 28. He brought out Billy Buck and they explained the rules of a Texas Bullrope match where the winner drags his opponent to each of the 4 corners.
Mike Posey challenged Franklin Dove to finally meet him in the ring at Season’s Beatings. Dove agreed.
Mike Posey & Corey Hollis (Alabama Attitude) defeat Seth Delay and the returning Sal Rinaoro (G Rated/Guys Who Totally Rule) . BJ Hancock & Joey Rhymer tried to get involved but were cut off by Todd Sexton & Ace Rockwell, but then a returning Bo Newsome hit the ring and help Posey & Hollis get the win.
In an Anarchy Heavyweight Title match, Champion Mikael Judas won by DQ when Shaun Tempers got involved. Postmatch, Se7en, Tempers & Bailey tried to take Judas out but he kept getting up. The Elite left the ring thinking he was finally down for good but Judas rose and challenged Se7en to face him for the title at Season’s Beatings in a Last Man Standing match.
Unforgiveable Blackness/UAS (Shadow Jackson & Nemesis) said they could not find #1 contenders for their Anarchy Tag Team Titles so they would create #1 contenders and Vandal & Alex Avgerinos were introduced. Jackson & Nemesis defeated Vandal & Avgerinos when Vandal avoiding tagging in by jumping off the ring apron and Avgerinos was pinned. Vandal brought the tag title belts to Jackson & Nemesis who repeated that there were no #1 contender. Then Bill Behrens came out to say there were and that the champions would face Jeremy Vain & Brody Chase at Seasons Beatings, then Slim J added himself and Iceberg to the match, and finally Dany Only said the Hate Junkies wanted in to, so it’s a 4 way tag match for Seasons Beatings.
Kevin Blue defeated former champion CBN Suave to retain the Young Lions Title.. #1 contender Shaun Tempers was on commentary and brought the belt to Blue postmatch. Tempers told Blue he was bringing mistletoe to Beating as Blue would be kissing the belt goodbye.
BJ Hancock & Joey Rhymer defeated Todd Sexton & Ace Rockwell with help from Bo Newsome. Seth Delay & Sal Rinauro came out post match. Sexton, Rockwell, Delay & Rinauro adding Steven Walters challenged Mis Rachael to find one more guy to add to BJ Hancock, Joey Rhymer, Bo Newsome & Anthony Henry and face them at Seasons Beatings.
In the second match in the Best of Three TV Title Series, Billy Buck defeated Bobby Moore in the Texas Bullrope match so at Beating it will be Buck vs Moore in an I Quit match for the TV Title.
Anarchy star, Slim J, announces the launch of his new website www.slimj.com .
The website features pics & videos of Slim J, plus very soon fans will be able to purchase Slim J T-Shirts & DVDs. Slim J also create original music & beats that are available for purchase using paypal.
If you want to get trained as a professional wrestler you will find info on the NWA Anarchy Wrestling School at www.slimj.com too.
Dan “The Rev” Wilson podcast:
Thursday at 11:30 PM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/dragonsrejects
The Rev’s Midnight Black Mass – bringing you the most in unique and sinister coverage of all entertainment “On The Fringe” (Pro Wrestling, Music, Horror Films, TV, Comics, Stand Up Comedy and More)
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was created in March of? of 2010 and started running shows once a month in Ellijay, Ga. We started out in a place known as Gilmer Golf and games. Our first show drew a crowd of 35 or 40 people. DSCW didn’t get discouraged though we kept giving good quality matches at a fair price and got our crowds up to 150 or more. We had to move to gyms and civic centers to support our fan base, drawing close to 600 on some of our big shows.
http://youtu.be/vWKPRAqVpI4 Taking the Bump: A story of semi-pro wrestling
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the DSCW Arena in Blue Ridge, GA, on February 7. Advertised: A.J. Styles, Kyle Matthews, Shaun Tempers, Cody Roberts, Corey Hollis, dany only, the Movement, the Good Ole Boys, Torque, Chad Case, Cyrus the Destroyer, the Scorpion, and the Crash Test Dummy. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.
APW ROYSTON, GA
Latest episode at: http://www.youtube.com/alternativepro
APW has live events each Friday at the Cherry Street Gym in Royston, GA 8PM Belltime.
305 Cherry Street, Royston, Ga
APW TAG CHAMPS: SCOTT MAYSON and ANTRONE BREWER
NORTH GEORGIA CHAMP: BRANDON PARKER
SOUTHERN STATES CHAMP: JACOB ASHWORTH
8 new APW DVDs for sale at the APW Arena…just in time for Christmas! The following shows will be available : -APW FREEDOM FIGHT 2012 -APW NIGHTMARE ON CHERRY STREET 2012 -APW 6TH ANNIVERSARY SHOW -APW SPRING BREAK BASH 2013 -APW GAME CHANGER 2013 -APW FREEDOM FIGHT 2013 -APW NIGHTMARE ON CHERRY STREET 2013 -APW BLACK FRIDAY 2013 $10 EACH OR 3 FOR $25!!!
We’re there every First and Third Saturday of the month!
2001 Main Street
Porterdale, Georgia 30070
(20 East, Go right off of Exit 88, 3.5 miles go left at the four-way stop, building is on the left side of the street)
Platinum Championship Wrestling–December 21, 2013–Porterdale, GA
Chip Day and Sylar Cross started the show by interrupting Shane Mackey and Dynomite Soul’s introduction. They dragged Dynomite to the ring and began beating him up. They told someone with a video camera that they weren’t pointing at the real show. Chip then stated that Mason had really fell off because he lost to Chip Day. Chip also said about Fred Yehi “I get that he can run 8 miles an hour. That’s impressive. I’m not trying to be the best at exercising. I’m trying to be the best wrestler in the company.”
Match 1: “Hit for Hire” Bobby Moore vs. “Marvelous” Marko Polo
They locked up, and Moore backed Polo into the corner. Moore slapped Polo and Polo returned with a slap of his own. Moore kicked Polo and Polo caught his foot. Polo cornered Moore and chopped him. Moore punched Polo then whipped him into the corner. Polo reversed Moore’s armbar attempt into an armdrag. Moore punched Polo, but Polo countered with a crossbody and another arm drag. Rachel pulled Polo’s ankle trying to worm her way into the match, but it wasn’t enough. Moore and Polo battled on the outside, and Polo threw Moore back into the ring. Moore kicked Polo in the corner several times, went for a running elbow, and then unsuccessfully attempted a pin. Moore attempted to submit Polo. Moore landed a cross body for another unsuccessful pin attempt. Moore distracted the referee while Rachel beat Polo up outside the ring. Moore came out of the ring to try to finish what Rachel started, and he and Polo traded blows outside. Moore landed a back kick. Moore landed an elbow and attempted a pin, but Polo reversed it. Moore kicked out. Moore tries to hit Polo in the corner, Marko dodges, and Moore ends up hitting the turnbuckle. Marko hit his finisher and pinned Moore. Moore struggled to get his shoulder up at the last second, but no dice. Marko won the match, and this was only the beginning of a great show.
Match 2: Sugar Shane and Brian Blaze vs. Adrian Armour and “Dynomite Soul” Eric Walker.
Blaze started the match in control of Walker. They played on the opening segment with Walker being off his game because of the attack from Cross. Walker missed an elbow. Shane tags Blaze back in and Blaze tortured Walker’s knees. Blaze and Shane managed to cut off the ring, isolating Walker. Shane put Walker in a figure four around the ringpost. While the referee was distracted, Blaze terrorized Walker outside the ring. Blaze put Walker into a half crab, then put Walker’s foot onto the rope, and landed on it with all his weight for maximum damage to the leg. Walker finally managed a tag to Armour, and Armour did several big clotheslines, followed by a running knee and a powerbomb to Shane. Walker tagged himself in. He speared Shane then punches him. Blaze tagged himself back in, and laid waste to Dynomite winning the match. Dynomite lay prone in the ring, and Armour had to help him out. The attack from Mice and Men messed his knee up, and he left with a noticeable limp.
Terry Lawler talked about the fourth and final Nightmare to Remember show scheduled for February 8, 2014 in Villa Rica. He wished us all a Very Terry Christmas.
Match 3: De La Vega vs. Mike Posey
De La Vega grabbed the mic from commentator Shane Mackey and said “What is this match? Why am I wrestling Mike Posey? I believe I am the rightful Platinum Championship Guy.” Mike Posey showed off by doing a split on the ropes. Posey asked De La Vega to shake hands, and it looked like De La Vega would comply, but he attempted to kick Posey instead. Posey caught his foot, and took him down. Posey wrapped De La Vega up in a submission, and then slapped his butt. Posey then kicked De La Vega in the butt. Posey bent De La Vega into a bridge, then slammed him down. De La Vega drop kicked Posey and attempted to pin him. De La Vega tried a submission but Posey got up. De La Vega did a clothesline, then attempted another pin, but this proved unsuccessful. Vega then bombed Posey, but Posey kicked out again. Posey kneed De La Vega in the head, but De La Vega put Posey in a face lock. Posey stood up and kicked Vega in the head. He followed this with giant clotheslines, a spinebuster, and a slingshot dropkick. He attempted a pin, but was unsuccessful. He followed up with a jawbreaker then a neckbreaker which led to another unsuccessful pin attempt. Adrian Armour distracted De La Vega. Posey took advantage with a neckbreaker then sailed off the top rope to victory.
Match 4: Shane Marx vs. “Country Jacked” Corey Hollis
Marx kneed Hollis in the midsection, and Hollis answered with chops to Shane’s chest. Marx landed an uppercut to Hollis’s chin. Marx left the ring after Hollis responded to that assault. Marx punched Hollis repeatedly then elbowed him in the face. Hollis did a beautiful dropkick. Hollis tossed Marx into all four turnbuckles then chopped him. Marx received a big slam form Hollis followed by a suplex. Rachel attempted to interfere, but Hollis grabbed her by the hair. Marx threw Hollis into the ring post for messing with Rachel. Marx gained advantage by working Hollis’s arm. He put Hollis in a hammer lock, but Hollis gets out. Marx clotheslines Hollis, and unsuccessfully attempts a pin. Marx attempted another armbreaker. Hollis punched Marx, but Marx landed a boot to Hollis’s shoulder. Hollis chopped Marx’s chest, and Marx put him in an armbar again. Hollis punched again and again and then broke away from Marx to catch his breath. Marx was on him like a dog. Hollis clotheslined Marx and really came back. He suplexed Marx then kicked him in the knee. Hollis then did a neckbreaker to Marx, attempted a pin, but Marx kicked out. Marx slammed Hollis, but was unable to get a three count. Marx landedseveral shots to Hollis’s head, and kneed him in the jaw, but still was unsuccessful at pinning him. They exchanged blows. Hollis attempted to gain control, but Marx superkicked him in the jaw. They were both down, and Hollis rolled Marx over, but Marx managed to kick out. Hollis did an airplane spin into a slam, but still only managed a 2 count on Marx. Hollis tried to make Marx submit, but Marx countered and attempted to pin Hollis. Marx speared Hollis and unsuccessfully attempted another pin. Hollis rolled Marx up and made another pin attempt. Marx was down, and Rachel tried to interfere. Hollis did his airplane spin on Rachel, and was about to slam her when Marx superkicked him. Marx then finished with Natural Selection and won the match. Hollis called for the microphone, and said “Give this man a round of applause. These people may hate you, but Shane Marx, you’ve earned my respect. Shake my hand or I’ll punch you square in the face.” They shook hands. This match wins match of the night, but Posey and Vega were a close second.
Main Event: Of Mice and Men vs. Supernatural and Fred Yehi
Sylar Cross and Fred Yehi began the match, but Chip Day was tagged in quickly. Yehi tried to break Day’s arm. Supernatural kicked Day. Yehi tagged in and grabbed Day by the ear. Day tried to do the same to Yehi, but was unsuccessful. Supernatural kneed Day’s arm, then did a submission similar to the Black Widow, where he wrapped his whole body around Day. Day landed several blows to the chest of Supernatural. Cross slammed Supernatural, but he was not the legal man. Yehi stepped into help Supernatural, and it took a second for the referee to regain order. Day dragged Supernatural over to his corner then tagged in Cross. Cross elbowed Supernatural, attempted a pin, but Yehi broke up the count. Day put Supernatural in his version of the lion tamer. Day then did an STO to Supernatural. Cross and Day managed to isolate Supernatural for a long time. Day threw Supernatural into Cross’s leg, then stomped on him. Day followed this with a snap suplex. Cross went to slam into Supernatural in the corner, but Supernatural dodged. Day and Cross hit heads. Yehi got the hot tag, and the action spilled outside the ring. Quasi Mandisco set Supernatural on fire, and sicked the Black Chair Brigade on him. The Black Chair Brigade dragged him out the back and beat him up. Of Mice and Men beat up Fred Yehi in the ring. Quasi Mandisco returned with Supernatural’s mask in his hand, and he put it on mockingly. Supernatural and Fred Yehi won the match by disqualification, but the beatings continued. Terry Lawler ran to the ring to help Fred Yehi starting a fight between Lawler and Day. Chip Day’s mom ran to the ring to separate them, and Chip hit her, and yelled “You always choose him over me” Terry Lawler and Chip Day are scheduled to face off on January 4th at PCW’s next show.
This show was an absolute delight, and the best way that PCW could wrap up their year. Here’s hoping that 2014 starts with as much of a bang as PCW ended 2013.
Empire Wrestling Entertainment will be at the Empire Arena in Rossville, GA .
Tickets are $5. Doors open at 7:00 and bell time is at 8:00.
December 25th featuring the Main Event of “Strong Style Psycho” Tank vs “Temptation” Shaun Tempers for the Empire Heavyweight Title inside a 15-Foot High Steel Cage.
January 4th – Long Cold Winter Already Announced I Quit Match “The Freakin’ Star” Matt Fortune vs Ace Rockwell
PRO WRESTLING CHATTANOOGA
PRO SOUTH WRESTLING
627 Southern Avenue
Piedmont, AL 36272
Tickets are $6 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 6:00 and bell time is at 7:00. For more information, call (256) 447-3825.
ProSouth Champion: Stupid (w/Tweety)
All-Out Champion: Dameon Ceretone
Tag Team Champions: Total Justice (Scott Spade, “Young Gun” Jed Johnson, & “Last Hero” Ace Haven w/Amy Haven)
ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on December 20th. Results: Scott Spade, Jed Johnson, Eli Daniels, Sean Nelson & Ace Haven (w/Amy Haven) defeated Zane Stevens, Scott Aries, Frankie Valentine, Lee Andrews & Dakota Outlaw in a 5 on 5 elimination match. Because Spade was the survivor of the match, he receives the last entry spot in the Battle Rumble. TeamJameon (James Hardy & Dameon Ceretone) defeated Jeremy Foster in a handicap match to win the ProSouth Tag Team championships. Jake Coal defeated Stupid (w/Tweety) to win the ProSouth championship. Big Tomb wins the Battle Rumble match.
WILDKAT SPORTS (MILITARY PRO WRESTLING)
AIWF Main Event Wrestling, Inc.
VFW Hall – 266 Morrilson St.
Gallatiln, TN. 37066