Hello everyone and welcome to your Indy Wrestle Line Independent report I am the Weekend Warrior Randy Klemme.
In some wrestling news…..WCWO is very close in announcing their new Indianapolis home for shows. The new building will house wrestling shows EVERY Friday night in Indianapolis in the very near future and possibly house the WCWO training center. Any wrestler interested in working the Friday night shows in Indianapolis are asked to call the WCWO In-Touch Line at 317-308-6556 and leave your info and phone number.
Joannie Lauer said on her MySpace page that she has now officially changed her name to Chyna. It will be interesting to see what Vinnie Mac has to say about that. By the way, there is only one person on the Indiana wrestling scene that is listed on Chyna’s top friends on her MySpace page and that is yours truly….THE WEEKEND WARRIOR!
World’s Best Wrestling had a show scheduled for next Saturday in Locust Grove, Ohio but have had to postpone it due to a fire in an adjacent building on November 3rd. Promoters felt it was too close to the show date to move it very far from the original location. The show will be re-scheduled soon…
Former AWA Legend Nick Bockwinkle remains in the hospital after having triple bypass surgery on Friday. It is said he is possibly going to be able to go home by midweek. Nick will turn 73 next month.
There are a number of birthdays for this week…..Dave Crist celebrated a birthday yesterday….celebrating today on November 11th, the Mongolian Stomper…on Monday, Matt Cappotelli celebrates a birthday…..Drake Younger has a birthday on Tuesday…..On Wednesday, “Pure Dynamite” Billy Roc and HPW promoter Jerry Wilson are celebrating birthdays and finally on Thursday, “Macho Man” Randy Savage celebrates his birthday as he turns 54…So a happy birthday to all of those gentlemen….
Now let’s get into some results on today’s report….
CZW was at the ECW Arena last night in Philadelphia….
Greg Excellence defeated Bandido, Jr., Ryan McBride, and Top Prospect
Olsen Twins defeated “Canadian Superstars”
Joker defeated DJ Hyde by pinfall to win the CZW Iron Man Title
LJ defeated Nicky Benz
Team AnDrew defeated Cheech and Brodie Lee
Sabian successfully defended his CZW Junior heavyweight Title against the returning LuFisto
Cloudy defeated Grim Reefer
Niles Young and Derek Frazier successfully defended their titles, defeating Jon Dahmer and Danny Demanto
Brain Damage defeated Toby Klein to retain his CZW Ultraviolent Underground title
Ruckus defeated Joker
Naptown Dragons (Diehard Dustin Lee and Scotty Vortekz) defeated Drake Younger and Danny Havoc
Northern Wrestling Federation was at Shimmers in Ft Wright, Kentucky
The Zodiacs & The Crybaby defeated Austin Meddler, Dr. Melvin Winkleman, and Danny “Monte” Montgomery
Benjamin Kimera defeated Unified Champion Christopher Michael Lotus by DQ.
Brian Jennings defeated Jon Moxley.
Muldoon defeated Roger Ruffen.
The Hippies defeated The Hayes Brothers
Tri-State Champion Ice defeated The Genuine Superstar Anthony Bryant.
Tag Team Champions The Thugs wrestled Stewie Backlund & Tiny Tim to a No Contest
The NWF Heavyweight Title match between Wildcat Chris Harris & Ryan Stone was stopped by the referee.
United States Wrestling Federation action from McKinney, Kentucky last night
JD Thunder won by pin over Mean Gene
Country Cuzzin’ Jed and Lincoln Walker won by pin over The Masked Superstar and The Zodiac to become the NEW USWF Tag Team Champions
Kliff Hanger and Jay-Ten Lyons battled to a double count out
The team of Rated-X and Chris Choas took on “The Fat n’ The Furious” (Jack Black and Vito Andretti) and went to a no contest
and in the main event loser leaves the USWF “Smooth” Johnny Spade lost by disqualification to The Masked Superstar however due to the dq neither wrestler will have to leave the USWF
Friday night saw the re-birth of Heartland Wrestling Association in Owensville, Ohio…
BJ Whitmer was victorious over Chris Hero in the main event.
Buffalo Bad Boy Brian Jennings retained his HWA Heavyweight Title against Dick Rick.
Metal Master and Jon Moxley battled to a 20 minute draw.
The GP Code successfully defended their HWA Tag Team Titles against The Mavericks
Chuck Taylor defeated Ricochet in his HWA debut.
The Irish Airborne pinned the team of Virus & Aaron Draven.
Kimera & Dr. Bones were both counted out of the ring.
Sami Callihan bested Chikara stars Hydra and Tim Donst in a three way dance
Friday night in Orland Park, Illinois, Vangard Wrestling crowned new tag team champions on their card…
The Furies defeated Thomas Sinclair and Lamar Titan in one tournament semi-final match
and in the other semi-final the Soul Touchaz–Marshe Rockett and Willie “The Bomb” Richardson defeated Team K.O–Amazing Kuan and Ovirload
“Mad Dog” Ivan Manson defeated the Machine
Akuma pinned Jordan Pryde
Baltazar defeated Backwoods Brown and Squanto in a handicap match
and in the main event, The Furies defeated the Soul Touchaz to become the new VWAA Tag Team Champions…
AWA-Brew City Wrestling action from Waukesha, Wisconsin Friday night…
Dysfunction pinned Troy Walters
Katie Syren pinned Jose Guerrero
Arya Daivari beat Derek St. Holmes
TC Washington, Chris Black, El Hazz Shabazz and Xavier Mustafa beat American History Next
Keith Walker pinned Dinn T. More to win AWA-Brew City Wrestling championship
Russian Assassin and Billy Morgan beat Mario Ferrari and Michael Mack
and it was Greg “The Hammer” Valentine and Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake over Dinn T. More and Ryan Cross to win AWA-Brew City Wrestling tag team championship.
A reminder to make sure you check out the other options on the Indy Wrestle Line…Adam Simmons is on option number one with the Daily Wrestling Report and also over on option number three you can hear the “open mic” that is now available on the Indy Wrestle Line and right now Robert Rush has his thoughts about a new wrestling reality show and is quite interesting…
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