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Dr. Keith Report – October 12, 2007
Dr. Keith Lipinski of www.drkeithshow.com
A complete listing of upcoming big shows…and whacky hijinx…

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Saturday: CZW, IWA-MS (Double Show), SHIMMER
Sunday: TNA PPV, PWG
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http://www.wwe.com/inside/superstarink/ – Read up on WWE tattoos!

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WWE event an eye-opener for reporter
Posted 10/10 @ 7:06pm by Allison Grant

If someone told me a couple of weeks ago that I would be attending a pro wrestling event, I would have laughed. Then I would have refered that person to Matt Bishop, the State News hockey reporter who loves wrestling.

I guess the joke is on me however, as I attended WWE Smackdown at Joe Louis Arena on Tuesday night.

I’ll try anything once, so when a friend offered up a free night in a suite at Joe Louis Arena during this coveted wrestling event, you better believe I took it.
Honestly, it was fun. Everything about it is fake – from the bad acting to the nicknames (The Undertaker?), to the moves and hits – but it was still fun to see how the wrestlers pulled it off.

Also, seeing the type of crowd that the WWE pulls rivals any country concert I have ever been to. Quality/hilarious people watching is always a good time in my book.

The only wrestler I had even remotely heard of, The Undertaker – who stands at almost seven – feet tall and weighs 305 pounds – faced off with a wrestler who didn’t even come up to his chest, and probably weighed around 220 pounds. Who the heck came up with that matchup? Obviously The Undertaker won the fight, without really trying, and with a whole bunch of acting involved.

That was the only match I really remember, because The Undertaker was the only name I semi-recognized. I was distracted the rest of the time by the deli and desert trays and the endless supply of beverages.

All in all, while I don’t plan on going out of my way to attend another pro wrestling event, or to even watch it on TV, I am glad I got to experience it once. The over-the-top theatrics and ostentatious set displays were something only a bunch of steroid filled men in tights could pull off.
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Nic Cage rolling around with grown men
Date : October 12, 2007 Writer : Kirby Kegar

Nicolas Cage is set to bounce from the ropes – heh – in a new wrestling pic from screenwriter Robert Siegel (“Homeland Security”).

Ol’ Ghost Rider will don the shorts of Randy “The Ram” Robinson, a 1980s-era star pro wrestler who has become a burnt-out shell of his former self. After he has a heart attack during a small-time match, a doctor tells him he could die if he fights again, says The Hollywood Reporter.

In an effort to build a new life, Robinson takes a job at a deli, moves in with an aging stripper and tries to build a relationship with her son. But the prospect of a rematch with his old nemesis the Ayatollah proves too tempting to resist, even if it means risking his life.

The pic, called simply “The Wrestler”, is in development at Darren Aronofsky’s Protozoa Pictures.
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Life, death of a ‘Bruiser’
By Alex Marvez, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
October 12, 2007

The murder/suicide of World Wrestling Entertainment star Chris Benoit and his family was pro wrestling’s biggest news story ever.

But almost two decades earlier, the stabbing death of Frank “Bruiser Brody” Goodish by a co-worker received scant media coverage. That is a shame, considering such attention could have influenced what followed legally.

Goodish died in July 1988 after a locker-room confrontation with fellow wrestler Jose “Invader” Gonzalez in Puerto Rico. Two recently released Brody biographies cast a negative light on the police investigation and trial that followed.

Bruiser Brody (Crowbar Press, $24.95) and Brody (ECW Press, $19.95) include damning claims against Gonzalez, who successfully argued he acted in self-defense. Some of Brody’s co-workers believe the stabbing stemmed from decade-long animosity that began when Gonzalez and Brody worked in World Wrestling Entertainment.

Both books detail witness intimidation and character assassination that created a favorable courtroom atmosphere for Gonzalez, who was cleared of murder charges.

Bruiser Brody author Emerson Murray said the murder investigation and Puerto Rican legal process “would have been looked at much more carefully” in the post-Benoit world. Murray said he unsuccessfully tried to reach Gonzalez for his side of the story.

“Things were so skewed with the murder investigation,” said Larry Matysik, who penned Brody with Brody’s widow Barbara. “All Barbara wanted to know is why this happened.”

Brody was an international superstar, having established himself as a Japanese headliner in the early 1980s.

Some promoters had problems dealing with Brody, especially when it involved match finishes and payoffs. Brody was extremely protective of his in-ring image to remain “strong” in Japan, which is why he was rarely pinned in the U.S.

The 6-foot-6, 285-pound Brody would sometimes bully and embarrass inferior opponents. He did that to Gonzalez during one WWE match that may have laid the groundwork for their fatal encounter. But Brody also was known as being loyal to his friends and savvy enough to thrive in an unscrupulous industry.

Highlighted by a spectacularly gory photo collection, Bruiser Brody features interviews with more than 100 Brody associates.

Brody takes a different approach. Matysik serves as a sympathetic biographer who worked professionally with Brody as a St. Louis wrestling promoter. Barbara Goodish tells a love story that began during Brody’s Australian tours in the 1970s.

“Barbara and I both agreed we had to deal with how Frank died, but the story really should be as much about how he lived,” Matysik said. “He entertained thousands of people and lived life the way he wanted to.”

NEWS AND NOTES: Total Nonstop Action Wrestling star Kurt Angle was arrested Sept. 28 on a drunk-driving charge. Angle is slated to headline Sunday’s Bound for Glory pay-per-view vs. Sting.

• Five months after undergoing knee surgery, Shawn Michaels has resumed his feud with new World Wrestling Entertainment champion Randy Orton.

• Rikishi is now wrestling in TNA as Junior Fatu.

• Former National Wrestling Alliance President Howard Brody has started a fantasy wrestling league at slamaddict.com.
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Wrestling returns to the The Forum

IT is, without a doubt, the biggest, most exciting and internationally star-studded tour in Irish professional wrestling history.

To celebrate five extraordinary years of Irish Whip Wrestling and to kick off the 5th anniversary celebrations, IWW returns to the Forum, Waterford on Friday, October 19th, for what will be the last time of this year.

An all-star line up has been booked for this super-show featuring stars who have competed in WWE, ECW, TNA, ROH and Dragon Gate in Japan.

This line up includes Kid Kash, Tracy Smothers, El Genericio, Taku Iwasa, Kenichiro Arai plus many more including the stars of IWW such as Madman Manson, ‘The Heretic’ Red Vinny, The Ballymun Bruiser, Mandrake and the IWW International Heavyweight Champion, Vic Viper.

After defeating Mandrake and Takeshi Rikio in his last outing in Waterford on July 6th, former WWE Cruiserweight Champion Kid Kash will be seeking another victory on October 19th as championship gold will be on the line as he challenges the IWW Zero Gravity Champion Bingo Ballance for the belt in the main event.

Regardless of who comes out the winner,what can be guaranteed is a 5-star match from these two high flying warriors. Tickets for IWW’s 5th Anniversary show are available on the night at the door and cost just •15. Doors open 6:30 pm – Bell Time 7pm.

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Wrestling great Tony Atlas still thinks he’s relevant. Nah.
By Matt Deuerlein
For the Pocono Record
October 11, 2007

Many remember Tony Atlas, a former WWE Tag Team Champion better known these days for his blundering on MTV’s “True Life: I Am a Pro Wrestler,” as his independent show was being shut down for not having the proper licensing.

He has since faded from the limelight, and actually, hasn’t been heard from for years.

Until this past week, that is, when Atlas was attending an Ohio Valley Wrestling show. OVW, for many years now, has been what a Triple-A baseball team is to the major leagues – the final stages of development before being called up to the main roster. Atlas was, according to 1wrestling.com, evaluating matches, and approached current ECW World Champion CM Punk and said the amount of wrist tape he used was not “what the office was looking for.”

Punk, who as a main eventer (even though it’s a C-level show, it’s still a main event slot) may know a thing or two about what the office is looking for, went out to the ring with his tape done the same way as it’s always done.

There was then a backstage altercation between Punk and Atlas, where Atlas commented on the attitudes of certain workers, all the while staring at Punk. Punk, of course, took exception to this, and asked Atlas if he even knew who he was. According to reports from the Wrestling Observer, Atlas then said that even though he’s over 50, he could still kick Punk’s ass. This is just another shining example of class from the man who witnessed the murder of Bruiser Brody in Puerto Rico, but refused to testify.

This, of course, will all blow over, but it’s funny to see how even Tony Atlas thinks he’s relevant in today’s wrestling scene.

In local news, there’s a string of big shows coming to the area at the end of October and beginning of November. Northeast Wrestling will be presenting two big nights of wrestling action, starting Oct. 27 at Delaware Valley High School in Milford. TNA World Champion Kurt Angle is scheduled for action, as well as Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and Abyss. NEW will be attempting to restore the glory of Scranton’s Catholic Youth Center the following Saturday night, Nov. 3, with Angle taking on Christian Cage in the main event and Samoa Joe taking on AJ Styles in the undercard.
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SUNDAY~! TNA Bound For Glory – Sunday October 14, 2007 – The Arena at Gwinnett Center, Atlanta, GA
1. TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match: Kurt Angle vs. Sting
2. TNA X Division Championship Match: Black Machismo Jay Lethal vs. Christopher Daniels
3. TNA World Tag Team Title Match: Team Pacman (Ron Killings & Adam Pacman Jones) vs. AJ Styles & Tomko
4. Ultimate X Match: The Latin American Xchange (Homicide y Hernandez) vs. Triple X (Elix Skipper & Senshi)
5. Must Be A Winner: Samoa Joe vs. Christian Cage (Special Enforcer: Matt Morgan)
6. Two out of Three Tables Match: The Steiner Brothers (Rick & Scott Steiner) vs. Team 3D (Brother Ray & Devon)
7. TNA Women’s Championship – Knockouts Gauntlet Match: participants include Christy Hemme, Gail Kim, Ms. Brooks, Jackie Moore, Roxxy Laveaux, ODB, Talia Madison, Shelley Martinez, Angel Williams, Amazing Kong
8. Sixteen Man fight for the right (reverse battle royal) Match – winner gets a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Robert Roode, James Storm, B.G. James, Kip James, Lance Hoyt, Jimmy Rave, Chris Harris, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, Kaz, Eric Young, Petey Williams, Junior Fatu, TBA, TBA, TBA
9. Monsters Ball: Abyss vs. Rhino vs. Black Reign vs. Raven

UFC 77: Hostile Territory – Saturday October 20, 2007 – US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH
1. UFC Middleweight Championship Bout: Rich Franklin vs. Anderson Silva
2. Tim Sylvia vs. Brandon Vera
3. Eric Schafer vs. Stephan Bonnar
4. Alan Belcher vs. Kalib Starnes
5. Jason MacDonald vs. Yushin Okami (Dark)
6. Alvin Robinson vs. Jorge Gurgel (Dark)
7. Demian Maia vs. Ryan Jensen (Dark)
8. Josh Burkman vs. Forrest Petz (Dark)
9. Matt Grice vs. Jason Black (Dark)

WWE Cyber Sunday – Sunday October 28, 2007 – Verizon Center, Washington D.C.
1. WWE Championship Match: Randy Orton vs. fans choice of Jeff Hardy, Mr. Kennedy, or Shawn Michaels
2. ECW Championship Match: CM Punk vs. fans choice of Big Daddy V, The Miz, or John Morrison

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ROH (Ring Of Honor – www.rohwrestling.com)

Friday October 19, 2007
The Empire Ballroom (3765 Las Vegas Boulevard Las Vegas, NV moved from Sams Town Hotel & Casino)
Survival Of The Fittest 2007
1. 2007 Survival Of The Fittest Match: elimination match with the winners of the 6 tourney matches
2. SOTF 2007 – Match 1: Nigel McGuinness vs. Bryan Danielson
3. SOTF 2007 – Match 2: Delirious vs. Austin Aries
4. SOTF 2007 – Match 3: Roderick Strong vs. Brent Albright
5. SOTF 2007 – Match 4: Claudio Castagnoli vs. Davey Richards
6. SOTF 2007 – Match 5: Rocky Romero vs. TJ Perkins
7. SOTF 2007 – Match 6: Chris Hero vs. Karl Anderson
8. Jay & Mark Briscoe vs. Age Of The Fall (Jimmy Jacobs & Tyler Black)
Already signed: The Necro Butcher

Sunday October 21, 2007
Cow Palace (2600 Geneva Avenue, Daly City, CA 94014)
1. ROH World Title Match: Nigel McGuinness vs. Jay Briscoe
2. FIP World Heavyweight Title Match: Roderick Strong vs. Claudio Castagnoli
3. Three Match Series – Match Two: Bryan Danielson vs. Austin Aries
Already signed: Mark Briscoe; Davey Richards; Rocky Romero; Delirious; Brent Albright; Adam Pearce; Chris Hero; Jimmy Jacobs; The Necro Butcher

Friday November 2, 2007
Pennsylvania National Guard Armory (2700 Southampton Rd, Philadelphia, PA)
Glory By Honor VI – Night 1
1. Mitsuharu Misawa & KENTA vs. Takeshi Morishima & Naomichi Marufuji
2. Three Match Series – Match Three (will happen even if the three match series is over): Bryan Danielson vs. Austin Aries
3. Tag Team Scramble: The Vulture Squad (Jack Evans, Ruckus & Jigsaw) vs. Age Of The Fall (Jimmy Jacobs, Tyler Black & The Necro Butcher)
4. Roderick Strong vs. Mike Quackenbush
Already signed: Claudio Castagnoli; Chris Hero; Davey Richards; Rocky Romero; Delirious; Kevin Steen; El Generico; Brent Albright; BJ Whitmer

Saturday November 3, 2007
Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom (311 West 34th St. New York, NY)
Glory By Honor VI – Night 2
1. ROH World Title Match: ROH World Champion vs. winner of Aries/Danielson Three Match Series
2. Mitsuharu Misawa vs. KENTA
3. Takeshi Morishima vs. loser of Aries/Danielson Three Match Series
Already signed: Jay & Mark Briscoe; Naomichi Marufuji; Bryan Danielson (he will appear if he is still injured); Nigel McGuinness; Roderick Strong; Rocky Romero; Davey Richards; Austin Aries; Chris Hero; Claudio Castagnoli; BJ Whitmer; Jimmy Jacobs; Jack Evans; Ruckus

Friday November 30, 2007
Montgomery County Fairgrounds (1043 S. Main St, Dayton, OH)

Saturday December 1, 2007
Frontier Park Field House (9807 S. Sayre Avenue Chicago Ridge, IL)

Friday, December 28th, 2007
Connecticut Expo Center (265 Reverend Moody Overpass, Hartford, CT)

Friday January 11, 2008
Roxbury Community College – Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Ctr (1350 Tremont St Roxbury Crossing, MA 02120)

Saturday January 12, 2008
Inman Sports Club (990 Inman Avenue Edison; NJ)

Friday February 22, 2008
Deer Park Community Center (41 Homer Avenue Deer Park, NY)

Friday April 25, 2008
Michigan State Fairgrounds & Expo Center (1120 W. State Fair Ave, Detroit, MI)

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PWG (Pro Wrestling Guerrilla – http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com)

SUNDAY~! Sunday, October 14, 2007
The Van Nuys Armory (17330 Victory Blvd., Van Nuys, CA 91496)
1. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match: “American Dragon” Bryan Danielson vs. Roderick Strong
2. Jack Evans vs. El Generico
3. The Human Tornado vs. Chris Hero
4. “The Professional” Scott Lost vs. Davey Richards
5. Los Luchas (Nemesis, Phoenix Star & Zokre) vs. Scorpio Sky & The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)
Already signed: Ronin, Bino Gambino, Commissioner of Wrestling Dino Winwood, Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur, and more!

Friday October 26, 2007
Studio Jenny (1 Avenue Jenny, 92000 Nanterre Paris, France)
Co-Promotional Show with Queens of Chaos Wrestling
1. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match: Bryan Danielson vs. Nigel McGuinness
2. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match: El Generico & Kevin Steen vs. TBA
3. PAC vs. Jack Evans
4. Austin Aries vs. Joey Ryan
Already signed: Super Dragon, Davey Richards

Saturday October 27, 2007
The Mountbatten Centre (Alexandra Park, Twyford Avenue, Portsmouth, UK PO2 9QA)
Co-Promotional Show with International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom
1. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match (if Danielson is still champion): Bryan Danielson vs. Martin Stone
2. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match (if Generico & Steen are still champions): El Generico & Kevin Steen vs. Super Dragon & Davey Richards
3. PAC vs. Jack Evans
4. Nigel McGuinness vs. Austin Aries
Already signed: Joey Ryan, Spud, The Kartel (Terry Frazier & Sha Samuels)

Sunday October 28, 2007
Musik Palette (Kettwiger Str. 20 45127, Essen, Germany)
Co-Promotional Show with Westside Xtreme Wrestling
1. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match (if Danielson is still champion): Bryan Danielson vs. El Generico
2. Four Way Match: Kevin Steen vs. Jack Evans vs. PAC vs. Super Dragon
Already signed: Austin Aries, Joey Ryan, Nigel McGuinness, Davey Richards, Tommy End, Bad Bones, Ares

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CHIKARA (Chikara Pro Wrestling – www.chikarapro.com)

Friday, October 26, 2007
Riverside Beneficial Assoc. Building (1742 Pear St. Reading, PA)
1. Campeones de Parejas: Team F.I.S.T. (Gran Akuma & Icarus) vs. Incoherence (Delirious & Hallowicked)
2. NWA World Junior Title Match: Mike Quackenbush vs. Lince Dorado
3. Tim Donst vs. Eddie Kingston
4. Chuck Taylor vs. Claudio Castagnoli
5. Equinox vs. Mitch Ryder
6. Jigsaw vs. Dragon Yuki

Saturday, October 27, 2007
The Ryan Township Fire Hall (945 Barnesville Drive Barnesville, PA)
New Star Navigation
1. Mike Quackenbush & Jigsaw vs. Cheech & Cloudy
2. Claudio Castagnoli vs. Larry Sweeney
THE CHIKARA VETERANS vs. THE CHIKARA ROOKIES (Vets pick their opponents)
Veterans: Hallowicked, Delirious, Gran Akuma, Icarus, Chuck Taylor, Crossbones, UltraMantis Black, Mitch Ryder, Dragon Yuki
Rookies: Fire Ant, Soldier Ant, Worker Ant, Amasis, Ophidian, Helios, Lince Dorado, Tim Donst

Friday November 16, 2007
Riverside Beneficial Assoc. Building (1742 Pear St. Reading, PA)
Battle of Who Could Care Less

Saturday November 17, 2007
American Legion Hall (397 Main Street Hellerton, PA
The Sordid Perils of Everyday Existence

Sunday November 18, 2007
New Alhambra Sports & Entertainment Center (7 Ritner Street Philadelphia, PA)
Chapter 11
1. ICWICWA Tex-Arkana TV Title Match: Larry Sweeney vs. Bryan Alvarez
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FIP (Full Impact Pro – http://www.fullimpactpro.com)

Friday, November 9, 2007
National Guard Armory (8551 W. Venable St., Crystal River, FL)

Saturday, November 10, 2007
Turner Agri-Civic Center (2250 NE Roan Rd., Arcadia, FL)

Upcoming FIP shows
December 14 – Melbourne, FL
December 15 – Crystal River, FL
January 18 – Crystal River, FL
January 19 – Arcadia, FL
February 15 – TBA
February 16 – Crystal River, FL
March 21 – Melbourne, FL
March 22 – Crystal River, FL
April 18 – TBA
April 19 – Crystal River, FL
May 30 – Crystal River, FL
May 31 – Arcadia, FL

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CZW (Combat Zone Wrestling – www.czwrestling.com)

SATURDAY~! Saturday October 13, 2007
New Alhambra Sports & Entertainment Center (7 Ritner Street Philadelphia, PA)
Choosing Sides
1. CZW World Title Match: Ruckus vs. The Human Tornado
2. CZW World Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Danny Havoc vs. winner of #1 Contender Match
3. Tough Crazy Bastards (Necro Butcher & “Mr Insanity” Toby Klein) vs. Brain Damage & “The Lariat” D.J. Hyde
4. CZW World Junior Heavyweight #1 Contender Match: Sabian vs. Cloudy vs. Ricochet
5. Scotty Vortekz & “Diehard” Dustin Lee vs. “The Psycho Shooter” Drake Younger & J.C. Bailey
6. CZW World Tag Team Championship Match: Team AnDrew (Andy Sumner & Drew Gulak) vs. Derek Frazier & Niles Young
Already signed: The Olsen Twins, Cheech, Brodie Lee

Upcoming CZW Shows
November 10, 2007
December 8, 2007

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JAPW (Jersey All Pro Wrestling – www.japw.net)

Saturday October 27, 2007
Rahway Rec Center (275 East Milton Avenue Rahway, NJ)
10th Anniversary Show
1. JAPW Championship Match: Low Ki vs. “The Notorious 187” Homicide
1. Rhino vs. The Necro Butcher (special guest referee Low Life Louie Ramos)
2. Open Challenge: Devon Storm vs. TBA
3. JAPW New Jersey State Championship – Ladder Match: Archadia vs. The Grim Reefer
4. BLK OUT (Sabian & Ruckus) vs. Jay Lethal & Azraiel
5. Eddie Kingston vs. Drake Younger
6. Aj Styles vs. Frankie Kazarian
7. Best of the Lightheavyweights 10 – Scramble Match: B Boy vs. Joker vs. M Dogg 20 vs. Bandido Jr vs. Sal Rinuaro vs. TBA
8. Kenny Omega vs. Danny Demanto
Already signed: Cryme Tyme, Slyck Wagner Brown, EC Negro, Monsta Mack & Havoc, Alicia, Sara Del Ray, Nikki Roxx, Seth Delay, Kevin Mathews

Saturday December 8th, 2007
Rahway Rec Center (275 East Milton Avenue Rahway, NJ)
Seasons Beatings

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IWA-MS (IWA Mid South – www.iwamidsouthwrestling.com)

SATURDAY~! Saturday October 13, 2007 – Double Header
Hartman Rec Center (511 N. Collins St. Joliet, IL)
IWA-MS vs. Elite Pro Special Challenge – Best of 7
1. EPW: Jason Hades vs. IWA-MS: Billy Roc
2. IWA-MS: Chuck Taylor vs EPW: Acid
3. EPW: Dysfunction vs. IWA-MS: Ricochet
4. IWA-MS: Mickie Knuckles vs. EPW: Kimberly Kash
5. IWA-MS: The Iron Saints (Vito & Sal Thomaselli) vs. EPW: Team Taliban (Prince Arya & Jake O’Neil)
6. IWA-MS: Deranged vs. EPW: Jay Jensen
7. EPW: Brandon Thomaselli vs. IWA-MS: Ian Rotten

SATURDAY~! Saturday October 13, 2007 – Double Header
Hartman Rec Center (511 N. Collins St. Joliet, IL)
11th Anniversary Show
1. NWA World Tag Team Title Match: Joey Ryan & Karl Anderson vs. The Iron Saints (Vito & Sal Thomaselli)
2. NWA Midwest X Division Title Match: Jason Dukes vs. Ian Rotten
3. Barbed Wire Boards/Barbed Wire Bat Match: Insane Lane vs. Freak Show
4. Pinfalls Count Anywhere Grudge Match: Trailer Park Boyz (Josh Abercrombie & Nate Webb) vs. Milwaukee’s Best (Dysfunction & Silas Young)
5. Deranged vs. Brandon Thomaselli
6. Roderick Strong vs. Eddie Kingston
7. B.J. Whitmer vs. C.J. Otis
8. 6 Way Elimination Match: Devon Moore vs. Jason Hades vs. Justin Dredd vs. Troy Walters vs. Lucky vs. J.C. Ryder
9. Jimmy Jacobs vs. “Serial Killer” Jack Thriller

Friday October 26, 2007
Capital Sports Center (1915 Gladden Road Plainfield, IN)
2007 Double Death Tag Team Death Match Tourney
Already signed: C.J. Otis & xOMGx, Devon Moore & Joker, Vulgar Display of Power (Brain Damage & Deranged), J.C. Bailey & Drake Younger, Mad Man Pondo & Necro Butcher

Saturday October 27, 2007
Capital Sports Center (1915 Gladden Road Plainfield, IN)
2007 Queen of the Death Matches
Already signed: Lufisto, Mickie Knuckles, Delilah Starr, Storm

Sunday November 4th, 2007
Hartman Recreational Center (511 N. Collins Street Joliet, IL)
Simply the Best 8

Saturday November 24, 2007
Don Preston Rec Center (14500 Kostner Avenue Midlothian, IL)
2007 Revolution Strong Style Tournament
1. NWA World Women’s Title Match: Amazing Kong vs. Mickie Knuckles
Tournament participants: Eddie Kingston, 2 Cold Scorpio, Brent Albright

Saturday December 8, 2007
Capital Sports Center (1915 Gladden Road Plainfield, IN)
1. Ian Rotten Retirement Match: Ian Rotten vs. Mickie Knuckles
Already signed: Sandman, Mike Quackenbush, Too Cold Scorpio, Chris Hero

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