Indy Wrestle Line 10/10 Independent Report

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10/10 Independent Report
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 Hello everyone and welcome to your Indy Wrestle Line Independent report I am the Weekend Warrior Randy Klemme.


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I have had several people ask me in e-mails if I have heard from the WCWA offices on their side of the story yet. I guess the answer is YES and NO. I have received an e-mail however they have asked to meet in person, which with the hours I am putting in on my REAL job is almost impossible. I will continue to try and get the other side of the saga…

HOWEVER. more stories continue to be told about happenings in Kokomo this past Saturday. One person has told me that he knows personally there was between 16 and 20 Thousand dollars floating around backstage from the ticket sales for the show. That did not include merchandise, food or miscellaneous sales. The building is still owed approximately $8,000 for rent and that is why they held the ring and custom made title belts after the show. I have also learned that the WCWA offices signed a 3-year agreement with the city to use the building…..does that mean there will be a DREAM REUNION 3 next year?

I received a call from someone who attended the show and said there were alot of imposter wrestlers. I knew One Warrior Nation was suppose to be there but the caller claimed it was a fake Ro-Z that was there as well…

I am sure there are more chapters to be written about the show….
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XCW Midwest had a show Tuesday night in New Albany, Indiana and thanks to Big Lee we have those results…

Jimmy Jacobs defeated Josh Abercrombie

JC Bailey, JC Ice and Nate Webb went to a NO CONTEST when Bull Pain and Todd Morton attacked Bailey and Ice

Chris Michaels defeated The Prophet

Shawn Shultz and BJ Whitmer fought Chase Stevens and Cody Hawk to a DOUBLE COUNTOUT

and in the MAIN EVENT: Mitch Ryder and Jerry Lynn defeated Bull Pain and Todd Morton

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We have more results from this past weekend….

AWA-Supreme had their weekly show in Madison, Indiana Saturday night

The Amazing Pooky pinned “Iron” Mike Trusty

“The Black Redneck” Kliff Hanger defeated Damien Divine

Tommy “T-Dogg” Foreman defeated Luscious Loco

Karma pinned Eric Draven

and Karma and Robert Royale (taking the place for the injured Chris Blayze) defeated “Custom Made” (Eric Draven and Brandon Hunter)

to give Karma and Chris Blayze a Title Shot against the Tag Team Champions – The Rock-n’-Roll Express.

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Projest X Wrestling results from Blue Creek, Ohio this past Saturday

Flash Fury outlasted 15 other men in a Battle Royal, and defeated “The Omega” Aaron Draven in a Ladder Match, to become the first ever PXW Adrenaline Champion.

Psycho defeated Michael LaVey

Ricochet defeated Vance Desmond to become the first ever PXW U.S. Champion.

The Unholy Alliance (Tank Runyon & Tyson Rogers) defeated “Sensational” Shawn Adams & El Nino to become the first ever PXW Tag-Team Champions

Juggulator defeated Sam Hane

“Big Kahuna” Kenny Lucas defeated Tarek the Legend

“Sassy” Stephie defeated Angel Dust to become the first ever PXW Women’s Champion.

Vile vs. Onyx for the PXW World Championship went to a No-Contest

and Vile & Onyx defeated The Unholy Alliance to become the new PXW Tag-Team Champions!

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Please keep an upcoming show in the back of your mind. It is for a very worthy cause. Pro Wrestling International is doing a show for the Timmy Foundation this Sunday at the K of C Hall at 71st and Keystone in Indianapolis. Belltime is at 2pm and all money will be going to the charity. There will be some top talent on this special Sunday afternoon show. For more information you can go to indypwi.com for all of the details….
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Don’t forget, if you would like to leave me a wrestling question or comment, you can do so after the tone at the end of this report or you can drop me an e-mail at [email protected] Also check out my MySpace page at www.theweekendwarrior.tk

So until next time, this is the weekend warrior Randy Klemme, get out and support independent professional wrestling