Dr. Keith Report – July 6 2007

Dr. Keith Report – July 6 2007 – Dr. Keith Lipinski of www.drkeithshow.com
A complete listing of upcoming big shows…and whacky hijinx…


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Friday: OVW Six Flags
Saturday:  UFC 73 PPV, IWC
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(thanks to Rick Jenkins for this)
http://americanchronicle.com/articles/viewArticle.asp?articleID=31175
 
Pro Wrestling: Hart Family Steps Out Of The Shadows
Jarrod Rogol
July 2, 2007
 
Fans of pro wrestling have felt for many years that being part of the industry is such a wonderful thing. Although fans are told about a lot of things surrounding wrestlers and their families, not everything is released publicly. There have been many high profile families with names such as DiBiase, Funk, Von Erich, Anderson, Orton, Brisco, Guerrero, Rhodes, and Flair, just to name a few. One other major and perhaps most legendary family in wrestling is the Hart family. Julie Hart and former husband Bret “Hitman” Hart have four kids: Jade, Dallas, Beans, and Blade. For the first time ever, all four kids joined Julie to discuss the family, current ventures, and wrestling, in order to step out of the shadows.
 
FAMILY
JR: What was the best rib ever pulled on you or a family member?
Jade: When Dallas was six or seven, he got a sliver in his foot and my dad couldn’t find tweezers so he brought a big butcher knife out of the kitchen and told him he’d have to use it to get the sliver out.
 
JR: What was the best rib ever pulled on you?
Dallas: HBK, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and I would have creamer fights (the little packs of milk used with coffee) in the locker room area at events. One time when they came to Calgary, I didn’t know they were in town and my dad asked me to come play outside. When he opened the door, HBK, Hall, and Nash started shooting me with Super Soakers. They chased me all over the house.
* Blade’s favorite locker room moment was being involved in the fights as well. He said HBK, Hall, and Nash used coffee in the Super Soakers.
 
JR: Blade has always seemed to be the one who’d follow the family business. Do you see him going into the industry or do you see him playing in the NHL?
Julie: I do see Blade making it in the industry at some point. He has the heart for the business.
 
JR: What is the best story Stu ever told you?
Jade (Laughs): My father keeping Owen’s belly button in his pocket.
 
JR: What things did you find helped the kids cope with Bret being gone and what advice would you give parents who maybe are in a similar situation where one parent is absent a lot due to work?
Julie: The big thing with our family was keeping each kid involved in what they liked. For example, Dallas is totally into the outdoors and Blade was in Judo lessons.
 
JR: What was it like growing up a Hart?
Jade: We lived as normal of lives as possible. During school, we didn’t really face a lot of hard times because of the name. People didn’t really seem to care as much as most would think. The best part was the number of family members.
 
Dallas: Having the name wasn’t really a problem. Sometimes fans would ask questions like “Have you ever been put in a Sharpshooter”? But, for the most part, being a Hart is just a bonus. One of the good things is that you get to meet so many people because of the large family.
 
Beans: We had and still have real friends because our dad never came to our school for appearances. It really was pretty normal and we had friends who liked us for us and not because they thought we were rich.
 
Blade: It’s a circus, each of us has traits from mom and dad. In school, everyone knew who we were so we had a lot of people be really nice to us, same with the community.
 
CURRENT VENTURES
JR: How has it been writing a book with Michelle and when should fans except to see it on shelves?
Julie: My story was going to end at the Hall of Fame seeing Bret getting inducted, but due to politics, I didn’t attend and ended up missing the submission deadline. The next submission deadline is in September, so it wouldn’t be out before then. Working with Michelle has been great, and I feel the book is going to be even better.
 
JR: What is the For the Love of Children Society of Alberta and how are you involved?
Julie: I’m the overseas coordinator and have been with it since 1997. Each year, I travel overseas about two times for different projects. The society assists children in need from the homeless and abused to children with learning disabilities in every corner of the world.
 
JR: What is The World Peace Conference?
Julie: TWPC is an event where different figures come and discuss world peace and how to reach that by creating a unified vision for peace, identifying barriers, etc. I wasn’t able to stay the whole time, because Beans was upset that I was going to miss her birthday party for the first time in 19 years, so I ended up flying back to Calgary and missed hearing Gandhi’s grandson speak.
 
Jade and Beans: We seriously want to get into the wrestling industry. We’ve talked to Lance Storm about training with him and then there are a few things we are thinking of doing in the coming months in regards to wrestling. We’ve also talked about doing some sort of reality television, showing what it takes to get into the business.
 
Dallas: Right now, I’m doing contract work such as painting and landscaping. I also love being outdoors rafting and playing other sports like basketball, tennis, and hockey.
 
Beans: Right now, I work in a hair salon.
 
Blade: I’m going to school and I’ll probably work with my brother this summer.
 
JR: Wrestling Career vs. Hockey. What will it be?
Blade: Well, I’d choose hockey over wrestling anytime. I grew up on the ice, but wrestling is a much better opportunity. I am going to get into training and see what happens.
 
WRESTLING
Julie: Recently, I was able to go over to Israel for Gery Roif’s promotion Israeli Pro Wrestling Association (IPWA). Seeing the respect the workers and fans have there for the industry was a great time. The appearance was to help raise money for orphanages in conjunction with my charity “For the Love of Children Society.” I’d really like to thank IPWA for their wonderful hospitality and showmanship and I wish them all the best in the future.
 
JR: Being from a technical style wrestling family, do you prefer technical or “new school”?
Julie: Teddy Hart is a perfect example of what I like. Some of my other favorites include Dynamite Kid and Randy Savage. I’d have to say I lean more towards the “high flying and high impact,” as opposed to the technical, mainly because I can’t figure out a story through moves, which is why the technical style works.
 
JR: How did you feel being at the WWE Hall of Fame?
Jade: It was great being there for my dad. We all knew he deserved it and it was great seeing him receive the honor. Also, a funny thing happened backstage. When I was really young, Sensational Sherri gave me her wedding ring, which I wore to the Hall of Fame this year and it was the first time I’d seen her since then. At first she didn’t fully remember me, but after my dad introduced her to me, she remembered and thought it was neat that I still had the ring.
 
JR: What is your favorite memory of your dad in and out of the ring?
Dallas: The “Old School” when they wore the blue and black with aviator sunglasses. Outside of the ring I’d say meeting everyone at the Hall of Fame.
 
JR: What are your favorite Hart involved and non-Hart involved match that you ever saw?
Beans: WM 13 my dad against Stone Cold Steve Austin and favorite non-Hart involved match would be Batista turning on Evolution.
 
Blade: My dad against HBK in the Iron Man Match and for the non-Hart involved match I’d say WrestleMania 23’s Money In The Bank Ladder Match because Mr. Kennedy is so funny.
 
OTHER
JR: If you could choose how people think of you what would you want them to think?
Julie: I don’t want to be identified for wrestling. My feeling is that I am myself and hope that people would find me more interesting for who I am than for what I was associated with.
 
JR: What is the biggest misconception about the Hart family?
Beans: That my dad is this big tough mean person. In reality, he has a huge heart and is very funny and kind.
 
CLOSING THOUGHTS
Julie: Life is so precious. My children and the children of the world are the future.
Jade: Family is the most important thing in the world.
Dallas: Judging others quickly can cause problems.
Beans: My mom has the biggest heart in world and kindness is often mistaken for weakness.
Blade: The Harts are making a comeback.
 
RAPID FIRE
Julie
Stu Hart: My hero and my greatest teacher in the kitchen.
Bruce Hart: Prime example of someone who lives the Stu Hart philosophy in life.
Steve Austin: Quiet, and I remember him coming over for a few BBQ’s when the boys were in town.
Harley Race: Warm and kind hearted.
Miss Elizabeth: Sweet.
 
Jade
Stephanie McMahon: Wrestling’s baby girl.
Sensational Sherri: One of the kindest people I ever met.
Nattie Neidhart: Charismatic, smart and affectionate.
Miss Elizabeth: The queen of wrestling.
Harry Smith: Shy.
 
Dallas
Dynamite Kid: Wondering where he is.
Ted DiBiase: Baller.
Randy Orton: Legend.
Steve Corino: Chain wrestler.
Greg “The Hammer” Valentine: Old School.
 
Beans
Teddy Hart: Out there, risk taker, and funny.
Macho Man Randy Savage: Voice and tie-dye outfits.
Chris Jericho: Good wrestler.
RVD: Very nice and respectful, and I love his wife.
Kevin Nash: Tall and cute.
 
Blade
Jimmy Hart: Mouth of The South.
Ric Flair: WOOOOOOO.
Hulk Hogan: The real American.
Trish Stratus: Hottest woman in world.
Rey Mysterio: My amigo. Great wrestler and awesome friend.
 
For information on Julie Hart visit http://www.juliehart.ca or http://www.myspace.com/juliehart5.
For information on For the Love of Children Society visit http://www.fortheloveofchildrensociety.org.
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UFC 73 – Stacked – Saturday July 7, 2007 – ARCO Arena, Sacramento CA
1.       UFC Middleweight Championship Bout:  Nate Marquardt vs. Anderson Silva
2.       UFC Lightweight Championship Bout:  Hermes Franca vs. Sean Sherk
3.       Rashad Evans vs. Tito Ortiz
4.       Alvin Robinson vs. Kenny Florian
5.       Heath Herring vs. Minotauro Nogueira
6.       Mike Nickels vs. Stephan Bonnar (Dark)
7.       Diego Saraiva vs. Jorge Gurgel (Dark)
8.       Drew Fickett vs. Chris Lytle (Dark)
9.       Mark Bocek vs. Frank Edgar (Dark)
 
TNA Victory Road 2007 – Sunday July 15, 2007 – iMPACT! Zone, Orlando FL
1.       All titles on the line:  TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle & TNA X-Division Champion Samoa Joe vs. TNA World Team Champions Team 3-D (Brother Ray & Devon)
2.       Rhino vs. James Storm
3.       Christian Cage vs. Chris Harris
4.       Abyss & Sting vs. Tomko & AJ Styles
5.       Ultimate X:  Kaz vs. Black Machismo Jay Lethal
 
WWE Great American Bash 2007 – Sunday July 22, 2007 – H.P. Pavilion, San Jose, CA
1.       WWE Championship Match:  John Cena vs. Bobby Lashley
2.       World Heavyweight Championship Match:  Edge vs. Kane
3.       ECW World Championship Match:  Johnny Nitro vs. CM Punk
4.       Batista vs. The Great Khali
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ROH (Ring Of Honor – www.rohwrestling.com)
 
July 5th: ROH “Respect Is Earned” will debut on TVN cable systems this Sunday, July 8th, at 8pm. Check your listings for channel. TVN cable systems include Insight, Mediacom, Verizon, AT&T, Bresnan, Buckeye, Blue Ridge and many others. Replays of “Respect Is Earned” continue to air on the DISH Network. Check your listings for time and channel. Replays on the DISH are scheduled for July 7th, 9th, 11th, 13th, 15th, 18th & 22nd. If you give us a chance, we will earn your respect. Here is what Mike Johnson had to say over at PWInsider.com: “A great debut and I can’t recommend ordering this show strongly enough.”
Check out these sneak peaks of ROH “Respect Is Earned”:
http://www.rohvideos.com/watch?v=p5-2uzKq6Mk
http://www.rohvideos.com/watch?v=kf2RTmFpAWQ
http://www.rohvideos.com/watch?v=uL94SB3NWYs
July 5th: The No Remorse Corps of Roderick Strong, Rocky Romero & Davey Richards are making a lot of enemies. They will have to answer to those enemies when “Death Before Dishonor V: Night 1” comes to Boston on August 10th. Fans found the Reggie Lewis Track & Recreation Center to be the nicest building ROH has ever run in the Boston area and a great location when ROH presented its first show there on June 8th. Now ROH is bringing an even bigger card to this first class facility on August 10th. Jack Evans will return to Boston as he faces Davey Richards. Another big Boston return will see Austin Aries back to team with Erick Stevens against Roderick Strong & Rocky Romero. Both these matches will bring incredible action to Boston. We have the complete updated card listed below. Great seats still remain by calling 215-781-2500, at ROHwrestling.com and Tickets.com.
July 5th: The new era of Full Impact Pro is here as FIP has two new big releases featuring lots of fresh, great talent. “Florida Rumble 2006” features a great top to bottom lineup including the Florida Rumble, Roderick Strong vs. Hallowicked, Bryan Danielson vs. Erick Stevens, Austin Aries vs. Delirious, Gran Akuma vs. Davey Richards, Colt Cabana vs. Larry Sweeney, Black Market vs. Shingo & Osamu Nishimura, Daffney vs. Allison Danger plus more with The YRR and many others. “New Year’s Classic 2007” features a must see main event as Roderick Strong & Jack Evans team up for the final time to take on Shingo & Jimmy Rave in an action packed Dragon Gate style match plus: Brent Albright vs. Erick Stevens; Larry Sweeney vs. Jimmy Jacobs; Black Market vs. Steve Madison & Chasyn Rance; Sal Rinauro vs. Gran Akuma; Claudio Castagnoli vs. Shane Hagadorn and more!!! Check out both these big FIP releases now at ROHwrestling.com.
July 5th: Matt Sydal is the hottest free agent in wrestling since signing with super agent Larry Sweeney’s Sweet & Sour Incorporated. Sydal plans to spend the summer going back and forth from ROH and Dragon Gate. Negotiations are also taking place with two other major promotions in the United States. Sweeney says that Sydal will end up with whoever has the most to offer. ROH officials are doing everything possible to keep Sydal in ROH. We’ll have more on this story as news develops. Sydal will be on ROH shows on 7/16 in Tokyo, 7/17 in Osaka, 7/27 in Long Island, 7/28 in Edison, 8/10 in Boston and 8/11 in Philadelphia before heading back to Japan.
July 5th: YAMATO has suffered an injury and will miss ROH’s 7/17 Osaka event. We will have news of a replacement soon.
July 5th: Jigsaw has been added to “Death Before Dishonor V” weekend in Boston and Philadelphia.
July 5th: Did you watch the latest ROH Video Wire yet at ROHvideos.com? It is completely free and you’ll see the entire Takeshi Morishima vs. Adam Pearce World Title Match that hasn’t even been released on DVD yet. Check it out now at www.ROHvideos.com and on rohvideos.com.
 
Jack Evans Ready For ROH Return
Tuesday, July 03, 2007
 
The last time we saw Jack Evans in a ROH ring he was unconscious with a major concussion. Now Jack is ready to return and he’s stronger than ever.
 
Evans’ downfall in ROH started on 4/27 in St. Paul when Rocky Romero delivered a crippling blow to the head. Evans desire to get revenge on Roderick Strong saw him compete against doctors orders the next night in Chicago. Once again Romero kicked him in the head. Then after the match the No Remorse Corps lived up to their name when Strong held a chair against Jack’s head while Romero delivered a potent kick. Evans was out.
 
After a few weeks off, Evans traveled to Japan to tour extensively with Dragon Gate in an effort to build up his strength, conditioning and game. Evans will rejoin the ROH roster on July 16th in Tokyo and July 17th in Osaka. Evans will then return to the United States to compete in the “Race To The Top” tournament on July 27th in Long Island and July 28th in Edison. Evans has just signed to be a part of “Death Before Dishonor V” weekend on August 10th in Boston and August 11th in Philadelphia.
 
“I can’t wait until I get back to ROH,” Evans said. “I’m feeling better than ever. There is so much exciting stuff happening with ROH on pay-per-view. Yo, ROH is my home and I need to go back to where I belong. No Remorse Corps, don’t think I forgot about putting my own crew together to get revenge.”
 
It was during the Fifth Year Festival that Jack Evans declared that he would put his own crew together to combat the No Remorse Corps. Since that time things have been pretty quiet. However, now Evans seems more determined than ever to put together his own faction. He would not give us any hints as to who might join though.
 
“You can all just wait and see,” Evans said. “I’m going to surprise some people. I’ll see all you ROH fans real soon.”
               
 
Monday July 16, 2007
Tokyo Differ Ariake (1-3-25 Ariake, Koto-Ku Tokyo, Japan  135-0063)
Co-Promotional show with Pro Wrestling NOAH
1.       ROH World Title Match:  Takeshi Morishima vs. Nigel McGuinness
2.       Jay & Mark Briscoe & Naomichi Marufuji vs. KENTA, Ricky Marvin & Matt Sydal
3.       FIGHT WITHOUT HONOR~!~!~!: Delirious vs. Roderick Strong
4.       Jack Evans & Kotaro Suzuki vs. Davey Richards & Rocky Romero
5.       Bryan Danielson vs. Go Shiosaki
6.       Jimmy Rave vs. BJ Whitmer
 
Tuesday July 17, 2007
Osaka Furitsu Taiikukan (3-4-36, Nanba Naka, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan 06-6331-0121)
06-6331-0121Co-Promotional show with Dragon Gate
1.       ROH World Tag Team Titles Match: Shingo Takagi & TBA (substitute for YAMATO) vs. Jay & Mark Briscoe
2.       CIMA & KENTA  vs. Davey Richards & Rocky Romero
3.       Delirious, Masato Yoshino & Naruki Doi vs. Matt Sydal, Dragon Kid & Ryo Saito
4.       Nigel McGuiness vs. BJ Whitmer
5.       Bryan Danielson vs. Jimmy Rave
6.       Jack Evans vs. Roderick Strong
 
Friday July 27, 2007
Deer Park Community Center (41 Homer Avenue Deer Park, NY 11729 moved from Sports Plus Entertainment Center)
8:00pm
Race To The Top Tournament – Night One
1.       ROH World Tag Team Titles Match:  Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Bryan Danielson & Nigel McGuinness
2.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
3.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
4.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
5.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
6.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
7.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
8.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
9.       Race To The Top Tournament – First Round Match:  TBA vs. TBA
Race to the Top Tournament participants: 
1.       Jack Evans
2.       BJ Whitmer
3.       Brent Albright
4.       Chris Hero
5.       Claudio Castagnoli
6.       Davey Richards
7.       Delirious
8.       El Generico
9.       Erick Stevens
10.    Hallowicked
11.    Jigsaw
12.    Kevin Steen
13.    Matt Cross
14.    Matt Sydal
15.    Mike Quackenbush
16.    Pelle Primeau
Already signed:  Roderick Strong, Austin Aries, Jimmy Rave, Gran Akuma, Daizee Haze and more!!!
 
Saturday July 28, 2007
Inman Sports Club (990 Inman Avenue Edison; NJ)
7:30pm
Race To The Top Tournament – Night Two
Already signed:  Jay & Mark Briscoe; Bryan Danielson; Nigel McGuinness; Roderick Strong; Matt Cross; Erick Stevens; Jimmy Rave; Larry Sweeney; Matt Sydal; Delirious; Claudio Castagnoli; Jigsaw; Gran Akuma; Hallowicked
 
Friday August 10, 2007
Roxbury Community College – Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Ctr (1350 Tremont St Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120)
8:00pm
Death Before Dishonor V – Night One
1.       Non-title, non-sanctioned – Boston Street Fight:  Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Kevin Steen & El Generico
2.       ROH World Title Match:  Claudio Castagnoli vs. ROH World Champion
3.       Austin Aries & Erick Stevens vs. Roderick Strong & Rocky Romero
4.       Jack Evans vs. Davey Richards
Already signed: Bryan Danielson; Nigel McGuinness; Chris Hero; Larry Sweeney; Matt Sydal; Tank Toland; Bobby Dempsey; Brent Albright; Jimmy Rave; BJ Whitmer; Daizee Haze; Matt Cross; Jigsaw
 
Saturday August 11, 2007
Pennsylvania National Guard Armory (2700 Southampton Rd, Philadelphia, PA)
7:30pm
Death Before Dishonor V – Night Two
1.       ROH World Title Match:  Brent Albright vs. ROH World Champion
2.       Philadelphia Street Fight:  No Remorse Corps (Roderick Strong, Davey Richards & Rocky Romero) vs. Delirious, Erick Stevens & Matt Cross
3.       Bryan Danielson vs. Mike Quackenbush
Already signed: Jay & Mark Briscoe; Nigel McGuinness; Chris Hero; Larry Sweeney; Tank Toland; Bobby Dempsey; El Generico; Kevin Steen; Jimmy Rave; BJ Whitmer; Matt Sydal; Daizee Haze; Claudio Castagnoli; Jigsaw
 
Friday August 24, 2007
Connecticut Expo Center (265 Reverend Moody Overpass, Hartford, CT)
8:00pm
 
Saturday August 25, 2007
Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom (311 West 34th St. New York, NY)
7:30pm
 
Friday September 14, 2007
Michigan State Fairgrounds & Expo Center (1120 W. State Fair Ave, Detroit, MI)
8:00pm
 
Saturday September 15, 2007
Frontier Park Field House (9807 S. Sayre Avenue Chicago Ridge, IL)
7:30pm
PPV Taping #3
 
Friday November 30, 2007
Montgomery County Fairgrounds (1043 S. Main St, Dayton, OH)
8:00pm
 
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PWG (Pro Wrestling Guerrilla – http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com)
 
Sunday July 29, 2007
Burbank Armory (3800 W. Valhalla Dr., Burbank, CA, 91505)
5:00pm
Giant Sized Annual #4 – Fourth Anniversary Show
1.       PWG World Championship Match:  El Generico vs.  Bryan Danielson
2.       PWG World Tag Team Championship Match – Best 2 out of 3 Falls: .PAC & Roderick Strong vs. The Briscoe Brothers (Jay & Mark Briscoe)
3.       Unsanctioned Street Fight For Scorpio Sky’s Reinstatement:  Joey Ryan vs. Scorpio Sky
4.       Non-Unsanctioned Street Fight:  . Kevin Steen vs. Necro Butcher
5.       Fergal Devitt vs. Davey Richards
6.       Austin Aries vs. Rocky “Azucar” Romero
7.       Human Tornado vs. Tony Kozina
8.       The Dynasty (Karl Anderson, Chris Bosh, & Scott Lost) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt “Mr. Instant Replay” Jackson & “Slick” Nick Jackson) & TJ Perkins
Plus Ronin, Top Gun Talwar, PWG Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur, Commissioner of Wrestling Dino Winwood, and more!
 
Friday August 31, 2007
2007 Battle of Los Angeles – Night One
 
Saturday September 1, 2007
2007 Battle of Los Angeles – Night Two
 
Sunday September 2, 2007
2007 Battle of Los Angeles – Night Three
 
24 2007 BOLA Participants
1.       Joey Ryan
2.       Doug Williams
3.       Susumu Yokosuka
4.       Dragon Kid
5.       “Photogenic” Chris Bosh
6.       Davey Richards
7.       Jimmy Rave
8.       Chris Hero
9.       Human Tornado
10.    Jack Evans
11.    Tyler Black
12.    El Generico
13.    Pac
14.    Roderick Strong
15.    Matt Sydal
16.    Scott Lost
17.    Claudio Castagnoli
18.    SHINGO
19.    Kevin Steen
20.    Bryan Danielson
21.    Super Dragon
22.    Rocky Romero
23.    Nigel McGuinness
24.    CIMA
 
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FIP (Full Impact Pro – http://www.fullimpactpro.com)
 
Friday, August 18th, 2007
National Guard Armory (8551 W. Venable St., Crystal River, FL)
8:00pm
 
Upcoming FIP shows
August 19 – Arcadia, FL
September 28 – Inverness, FL
September 29 – Crystal River, FL
November 16 – Crystal River, FL
November 17 – Arcadia, FL
December 7 – Melbourne, FL
December 8 – Crystal River, FL
 
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CZW (Combat Zone Wrestling – www.czwrestling.com)
 
Saturday July 14, 2007
New Alhambra Sports & Entertainment Center (7 Ritner Street Philadelphia, PA)
8:00pm
Best of the Best VII – Leave It All….In The Ring
1.       Necro Butcher, Toby Klein and Danny Havoc vs. Mitch Ryder, DJ Hyde and Brain Damage
2.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  “The Black Jesus” Sabian vs. Jigsaw
3.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  “New Age Punisher” B-Boy vs. Cheech
4.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  Chuck Taylor vs. Ricochet
5.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  Brandon Thomaselli vs. Vito Thomaselli
6.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  “The Pyscho Shooter” Drake Younger vs. Maven’s choice
7.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  Ruckus vs. The Human Tornado
8.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  Sal Thomaselli vs. Maven’s choice
9.       Best of the Best VII – First Round Match:  Scotty Vortekz vs. Cloudy
10.    Best of the Best VII – Four Way Elimination – Semi-Final Match: 
11.    Best of the Best VII – Four Way Elimination – Semi-Final Match: 
12.    Best of the Best VII – Finals: 
Already signed:  Team Andrew, C.J. O’Doyle, Jon Dahmer and much more!
 
Upcoming CZW Shows
August 11, 2007
September 8, 2007
October 13, 2007
November 10, 2007
December 8, 2007
 
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JAPW (Jersey All Pro Wrestling – www.japw.net)
 
Saturday July 21, 2007
St. Joseph’s School Gymnasium (865 Roosevelt Ave Carteret, NJ)
7:30 pm
ULTIMATE RUMBLE II
1.       2007 JAPW Ultimate Rumble Match:  Monsta Mac, The Grim Reefer, Danny Demanto, Archadia, Deranged, Bandido Jr.
2.       JAPW Championship:  Low Ki vs. winner of the Ultimate Rumble
3.       Gail Kim vs. Alicia
4.       NJ State Championship Match: The Grim Reefer vs. TBA
Also signed; Style and Finesse (Donovan & Vegas), Mo Sexton
 
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IWA-MS (IWA Mid South – www.iwamidsouthwrestling.com)
 
Saturday July 21, 2007
Hartman Rec Center (511 Collins Street Joliet, IL)
8pm
 
Saturday July 28, 2007
Don Preston Rec Center (14500 Kostner Avenue Midlothian, IL)
7:30pm
 
Saturday August 4, 2007
Capital Sports Center (1915 Gladden Road Plainfield, IN)
8pm
1.       Anything goes, fans bring the weapons:  Ian Rotten, Corporal Robinson & Drake Younger vs. Insane Lane, Freak  Show & Tank
 
Sunday August 19, 2007
The Venue (800 Lexington Ave. San Antonio, TX)
1.       Low Ki & Hotstuff Hernandez vs. Necro Butcher & Masada
2.       Mickie Knuckles vs. Jazz
 
Saturday September 8, 2007
Capital Sports Center (1915 Gladden Road Plainfield, IN)
8pm
Kings of Extreme
 
Friday September 28, 2007
Don Preston Rec Center (14500 Kostner Avenue Midlothian, IL)
Ted Petty Invitational 2007 – Night One
1.       2007 TPI – Round One:  Samoa Joe vs. Low Ki
24 Participants: 
1.       Chris Hero
2.       Mike Quackenbush
3.       Claudio Castagnoli
4.       Matt Sydal
5.       Davey Richards
6.       Alex Shelley
7.       Low Ki
8.       Samoa Joe
9.       Eddie Kingston
10.    BJ Whitmer
11.    Nigel McGuinness
12.    Joey Ryan
13.    Drake Younger
14.    Billy Roc
15.    Human Tornado
 
Saturday September 29, 2007
Don Preston Rec Center (14500 Kostner Avenue Midlothian, IL)
Ted Petty Invitational 2007 – Night Two
 
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IWC (International Wrestling Cartel – www.IWCwrestling.com)
 
Saturday July 7, 2007
Court Time Sports Cener (95 Enterprise St., Elizabeth, PA 15037)
7:30pm
Summer Sizzler 4
1.       Samoa Joe vs. Raymond Rowe
2.       IWC World Heavyweight Title Match:  Dennis Gregory vs. Ricky Reyes
3.       Babyface Fire (Shiima Xion & Jason Gory) vs. Ernie Osirus & Alex SUGARFOOT~! Payne
4.       No Rules Match:  Jon Bolen vs. Brent Albright
5.       IWC Super Indy Championship Match:  “Sweet N Sour” Larry Sweeney vs. “Fabulous” John McChesney
6.       IWC World Tag Team Titles:  Michael “The Bomber” Facade & Johnny Gargano vs. Mickey & Marshall Gambino
7.       Jason Gory vs. Troy Lords
8.       Sexual Harassment (“The Aerial Icon” Justin Idol & “The Sexual Icon” Eric Xtasy )vs. Hollywood Balds (Vendetta & “DeeeeeLicious” Jimmy DeMarco)
 
Saturday July 21, 2007
Ellsworth Ballfied (Ellsworth, PA 15331)
6:00pm
Basebrawl 2007
Already signed: Abyss, Eric Young
 
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CHIKARA (Chikara Pro Wrestling – www.chikarapro.com)
 
Saturday July 21, 2007
Knights of Columbus Hall (279 Quinnipiac St.  Wallingford, CT)
Showdown in CrisisLand!
1.       NWA World Heavyweight Title Tournament – Quarter Final:  Claudio Castagnoli vs. Sicodelico, Jr.
2.       Lince Dorado vs. Chris Hero
3.       Mike Quackenbush, Shane Storm & Jigsaw vs. TBA
4.       The Colony (Soldier Ant, Fire Ant & Worker Ant) vs. The Kings Of Wrestling (Icarus, Gran Akuma, Maxime Boyer)
5.       Los Ice Creams (El Hijo del Ice Cream & Ice Cream, Jr.) vs. The Olsen Twins
6.       Eddie Kingston vs. Tim Donst
7.       Cheech & Cloudy & Hallowicked vs. The Order Of The Neo-Solar Temple (UltraMantis Black & the man monster Hydra & Crossbones)
 
Sunday August 5, 2007
New Alhambra Sports & Entertainment Center (7 Ritner Street Philadelphia, PA)
4pm
Maximum Overdraft
1.       F.I.S.T (Gran Akuma & Icarus) vs. The Briscoe Brothers (Jay & Mark)
2.       NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title Match:  Mike Quackenbush vs. TBA
3.       Best 2 out of 3 falls:  Sara Del Ray vs. Daizee Haze
4.       La Parkita Original vs. Payaso del Futuro
 
Friday August 17, 2007
Riverside Beneficial Assoc. (1742 Pear Street Reading, PA)
Here Come the International Invaders: 1st Stage – Attack of the Phantom Sith
 
Saturday August 18th, 2007
American Legion Hall (935 Main St. Hellertown, PA)
Here Come the International Invaders: 2nd Stage – Revenge of the Clone Menace
 
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UWA Hardcore (UWA Hardcore Pro Wrestling – www.uwahardcorewrestling.com)
 
 
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SHIMMER (SHIMMER Women Athletes – www.shimmerwrestling.com)
 
Saturday, October 13th, 2007
Eagles Club (6309 26th Street Berwyn, IL)
4pm
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UWF (United Wrestling Federation – www.uwfusa.com)
 
THE ORIGINAL ROCK AND ROLL EXPRESS CONFIRMED TO COMPETE IN THE UPCOMING UWF “ROCK AND ROLL EXPRESS” TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP!!!
 
July 2, 2007
 
The United Wrestling Federation announced today that the original Rock and Roll Express, Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson, have accepted an invitation to compete in the tag team championship that honors the legacy of their glory years.  “We are pleased to have the Rock and Roll Express in this exciting weekend of action”, stated UWF president Hermie Sadler.  “They will bring a lot of tradition in the Mid Atlantic area to the shows, and they should end up in some very interesting matches against teams they have never faced.”
 
The first round brackets will be announced next Monday on www.uwfusa.com.
 
Teams in the touranament:
The Steiner Brother (Rick & Scott <editors note:  I doubt Scott will be wrestling on these shows>)
LAX (Homicide y Hernandez)
Too Cool (Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor)
Team Macktion (Kirby & TJ Mack)
The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens)
Diamonds in the Rough (David Young & Elix Skipper)
The Extreme Horsemen (Steve Corino & CW Anderson)
The Rock N Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson)
The three day tournament will be held at the following locations:
 
Thursday, July 19 2007
Rick Hendrick Jeep Chrysler (8333 Rivers Ave. North Charleston, SC)
 
Friday, July 20 2007
NASCAR Sports Grille (1808 21st North Ave. Myrtle Beach, SC)
 
Saturday, July 21, 2007
Township Auditorium (1703 Taylor Street Columbia, SC)
 
Friday August 3, 2007
Fayetteville, NC
 
Saturday August 4, 2007
Jacksonville, NC
 
Friday September 21, 2007
Capital Punishment II
Richmond, VA
 
Saturday September 22, 2007
Spotsylvania, VA
 
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OVW (Ohio Valley Wrestling – http://www.ovwrestling.com)
 
Friday July 6, 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
1.       Non-Sanctioned Lights-Out Match:  Jay Bradley vs. CM Punk
2.       Idol Stevens & Colt BOOM BOOM~! Cabana vs. Michael W. Kruel & Vladimir Kozlov
3.       Divalympics Pie-Eating Contest
4.       Handicap Match:  Paul Burchall vs. Los Locos (Raul & Ramon)
5.       The James Boys (KC & Kassidy James) vs. TBA
6.       $2,500 Bodyslam Challenge:  Antoni Polaski vs. Chet The Jett
 
Friday July 13 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Special Guest: Cryme Tyme
 
Friday July 20 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Special Guest:  Jerry Lawler
 
Friday July 27 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Special Guest:  John Cena
 
Friday August 3 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Special Guest:  Finlay
 
Friday August 10 2007
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Special Guest:  Matt & Jeff Hardy
 
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Dragon Gate WrestleJam lineups (courdsey of Jae at http://dgusa.puroresufan.com/)
 
Sunday July 15, 2007
Hakata Star Lanes (Fukuoka, Japan)
1.       Gamma, Genki Horiguchi, Jimmy Rave vs. Masaaki Mochizuki, Lupin Matsutani, Jorge Rivera
2.       Dragon Gate vs. Sekai Senbatsu Special Single Match: Taku Iwasa vs. Austin Aries
3.       SHINGO, YAMATO, BxB Hulk, El Generico vs. CIMA, Susumu Yokosuka, Dragon Kid, PAC
 
Monday July 16, 2007
Takamatsu Symbol Tower 1st Floor Hall (Kagawa, Japan)
1.       SHINGO, YAMATO, BxB Hulk vs. Masaaki Mochizuki, Yasushi Kanda, Austin Aries
2.       Open the Brave Gate & PWG Double Title Match: Genki Horiguchi vs. El Generico
3.       Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Gamma, Muscle Gang vs. CIMA, Ryo Saito, Susumu Yokosuka, PAC
 
Wednesday July 18, 2007
Yokohama Red Brick (Kanagawa, Japan)
1.       Genki Horiguchi, Gamma, Jimmy Rave vs. Susumu Yokosuka, Dragon Kid, PAC
2.       Dragon Gate vs. Sekai Senbatsu: CIMA vs. El Generico
3.       SHINGO, Cyber Kong, BxB Hulk, Jack Evans vs. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Muscle Gang, Dr. Muscle
 
Thursday July 19, 2007
Korakuen Hall (Tokyo, Japan)
1.       BxB Hulk, Delirous vs. Ryo Saito, PAC
2.       Dragon Gate vs. Sekai Senbatsu: SHINGO vs. Austin Aries
3.       JAM CUP 2007 Naniwa-shiki Elimination 3 Way 8 Man Tag Match:  CIMA, Dragon Kid, Susumu Yokosuka, Matt Sydal vs. Naruki Doi, Masato Yoshino, Muscle Gang, Jimmy Rave vs. YAMATO, Cyber Kong, Jack Evans, El Generico
 
Saturday July 21, 2007
Gifu Chamber of Commerce (Gifu, Japan)
1.       Challenge Match: Akira Tozawa vs. Jorge Rivera
2.       Dragon Gate vs. Sekai Senbatsu: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Jimmy Rave
3.       SHINGO, BxB Hulk, El Generico, Delirous vs.Ryo Saito, Dragon Kid, Matt Sydal, PAC
 
Sunday July 22, 2007
Kobe Sambo Hall (Hyogo, Japan)
1.       Akira Tozawa, Taku Iwasa, Keni’chiro Arai vs. YAMATO, Jack Evans, El Generico
2.       Dragon Gate vs. Sekai Senbatsu: Yasushi Kanda vs. Jorge Rivera
3.       Masato Yoshino, Gamma, Jimmy Rave vs. Ryo Saito, Dragon Kid, Anthony W. Mori
 
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