Hello everyone and welcome to your Indy Wrestle Line Independent report.. I am the Weekend Warrior Randy Klemme.
Let me first answer a couple of questions that have been called in on the hotline…..Well, Dirty Squirrel, maybe you know something that I haven’t been able to find out….but as far as I can tell the first professional wrestling match using ring ropes was in the early 1900s, possibly around 1910 but I am not sure who was involved in it or how the ring ropes came to be.
To Big Jim in Western Maryland, I have looked for the organization that was mentioned this week on the Jerry Springer Show and haven’t found the woman that was on the show. Sometimes you have to wonder about the guests on that show as to whether they are real or not and yes I am a Springer fan too. I do know of several professional wrestlers that have been on that show in fake storylines, so it is hard telling if that woman was really a Rampage wrestling champion or not.
and to Eddie Runyon who sent in his question by e-mail, I have not heard of CoCo Warrior in Eastern Kentucky, however maybe someone checking out this report has heard of him and can give us some more information.
Micro Wrestling will be invading RAW this Monday night in Mobile, Alabama. So plan to check them out.
There has been alot of discussion in recent weeks on various message boards in regards to Ric Flair and his final matches in professional wrestling before he retires. Many were hoping that Sting was going to make a jump this year to the WWE and could be a final opponent for Flair….some have even mentioned the name of Ricky Steamboat as a good opponent, however I am not sure Steamboat would be able to work a match like the great shows him and Flair had several years ago in WCW. This week, I sent a message to the ORIGINAL wrestling dive…..BabyDoll, Nikla Roberts who was the valet for the 4-Horsemen to see if the WWE had ever contacted her about a Horsement reunion as a possible storyline for Flair’s retirement. She told me that she has not heard anything from the WWE at all. She added that Tully Blanchard is heavily involved with Bill Glass Ministries and is not doing anything wrestling right now. It should be noted that Ole Anderson is in poor health with multiple sclerosis. Arn Anderson and Barry Windham are already working for the WWE as road agents so it is not something difficult to put together. BabyDoll suggested that all fans of the 4-Horsemen to post the suggestion of a reunion on message boards everywhere and also contact the WWE with the suggestion.
Just a reminder to check out the other option available on the Indy Wrestle Line….on option 1 you can get the latest WWE and TNA news…and on option 3 you can find my friend Robert Rush and the HotSeat. The last several days he has had a good interview with Indy Star Osyris and plans are soon to have an interview with New Focus Wrestling’s Timber and his very special story that I want to make sure everyone hears. Timber is one of the quality people you meet on the Indiana indy circuit, so please check out his interview soon.
Celebrating birthdays this week on the Indiana indy scene….referee Jason Harding is celebrating a birthday on Sunday, January 13th…..Indiana ladies wrestler Oola will have a birthday on Monday, January 14th….and northern Indiana star Chase Stevens celebrates a birthday on Thursday this week………
Now let’s get into some of the results from this weekends action
Extreme Wrestling Federation had their weekly show in Marion, Indiana Saturday night
Camron Star beat Destiny Payne
Rob Kincaid defeated Matt Cavins
Dylan Bostic won over Craig Poling
Charles Jackson beat Mike King
Dark Lion beat Skip Raddison by DQ
New Era Champion Just Justin defeated Andy Santos
EWF Midwestern Champion Nate Phoenix beat Bob in a brother vs. brother match
and Wildman Rogers beat Big Ric Cannon & General Lee in a handicap match
New Era Pro Wrestling was in Painesville, Ohio Saturday night
Sami Callihan defeated Shawn Blaze, Zac Vincent, Maverick McCoy, and Aftermath in 5 man cruiser chaos match to become #1 contender for the Cruiserweight title
Lethal Impact won over Ray Rowe and the Deviant by DQ to retain the NEPW tag team Titles
Shane Taylor and Eddie Edward defeated J-Rocc in a handicap match
Chris Cronus beat Bill Collier to retain the NEPW Triple Crown title
Super Sweet defeated the the Six City Scoundrels
and Killer Kumpf defeated Bane in a Painesville Street Fight
The Northern Wrestling Federation was in Wilmington, Ohio Saturday night
The Crybaby, Zodiac #1, and Anthony Bryant defeated Austin Meddler, Pompano Joe, and Jesse Hyde
Unified Champion Christopher Michael Lotus defeated Dr. Melvin Winkleman
NWF Tag Team Champions The Thugs defeated Tap or Snap
Jon Moxley defeated Brian Jennings by DQ
Muldoon pinned Benjamin Kimera
NWF Champion Ryan Stone pinned Ice
and Stamp Lickage defeated Roger Ruffen
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So until next time, this is the weekend warrior Randy Klemme, get out and support independent professional wrestling