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Indy Wrestle Line 9/2 Independent Report
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Hello everyone and welcome to your Indy Wrestle Line Independent report I am the Weekend Warrior Randy Klemme.
Hopefully everyone contunes to have a safe holiday weekend.  We have a few show results for you in just a bit…..Don’t forget, Monday is the big day the owner of the NEW ICW will be revealed as Adam Simmons goes one on one with the person in the hotseat over on option number 3.  Should be interesting as the person everyone thought it was, is residing in Afghanistan currently.  That’s Monday on the Indy Wrestle Line on option #3…

The “We want to know” question of the week is, Do you think the number of indy wrestling shows on a single night have an effect on attendance in the state of Indiana?  Many run shows on the first weekend of the month but most are spread out in different parts of the state.  What do you think?  Leave your thoughts at the end of this report….
We send congratulations out today to the Russ Ray family on the birth of their second child on Friday night in Indianapolis.  Russ’ wife Erika gave birth to Sidney
Elizabeth Ray and we understand everyone is doing well….
Birthday shoutouts this week go out to Billy Maverick, AWA-Supreme Star and Kentucky indy wrestler who celebrates on Wednesday and former Indiana indy star and now WWE Diva Jillian Hall celebrates on Thursday of this week….
There is one show to mention on this Sunday, Wild Championship Wrestling Outlaws will be at the Paragon, Indiana homecoming for a FREE show.  Belltime in Paragon is at 3pm…
The NWA has a new World Champion.  He is Scrap Iron Adam Pearce, who defeated Brent Albright for the vacant title in Puerto Rico this weekend.  NWA-TV shows on Colours TV start this fall so be watching your TV Guides.
The WWE announced they have released Nick “Eugene” Dinsmore this weekend.  Hopefully Nick was not in the recent drug suspensions.  Also CM Punk won the EWF title this weekend at the TV Tapings in Cincinnati.  That one is well deserved….
Now to the results…
Insanity Pro Wrestling was in  action in Indianapolis Saturday night…
Louis Linaris beat Dave Crist to gain entry into the 2007 Super Jr. Heavyweight Tournament
Dustin Rayz, “Sweet” Lou Roberts, & Chris Wonders beat The Mavericks & PT Hussla
Dave Davidson beat “Diehard” Dustin Lee
Joey Owens beat Ryan Rich and Sami Callihan in a 3 way
IPW Jr. Heavyweight Champion Scotty Vortekz beat Drake Younger and JC Bailey in a 3 way
IPW Mid-American Champion Jon Moxley beat Billy Roc
IPW Grand Champion Carlton Kaz beat Jake Crist
and in the main event, 3 Stages of Insanity Match pitting Hillbilly Jedd against Osyris
Stage 1: Osyris beat Jedd in a dog collar match
Stage 2: Jedd beat Osyris in a Fans Bring the Weapons Match
Stage 3: Osyris beat Jedd in a Fans are the Lumberjacks Strap Match
Osyris won the match and Jedd must leave IPW
At the EWF Arena in Marion, Indiana Saturday night
Dusty Dillenger beat Orlando Savage
Matt Cavins & Dark Lion beat Craig Poling & Damian Michaels
General Lee beat Bob
EWF Midwestern Champion Nate Pheonix beat Mr Fitness
EWF Champion Big Ric Cannon beat Pat Tanaka
and in the main event, Mr. Main Event beat Wildman Rogers
Gen-X Wrestling was in Ravenna, Kentucky Saturday night
Randy Royal defeated Eddie Browning by disqualification
The Prophet defeated Flint Marko
John Noble defeated Blue Steel.
Kelly Charles pinned Vic the Bruiser to claim the vacant GenX Heavyweight Championship.
and in the main event, Randy Royal defeated John Noble via submission.
We are still waiting on a few show results including HPW in Columbis, Indiana, AWA-Supreme in Madison, Indiana, MWA in Mt Sterling, Kentucky and Ohio Championship Wrestling in Ashland, Kentucky all on Saturday and IWA-MidSouth and Pro Wrestling Revolution shows on Friday.
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