PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING (PCW)
PCW FULL THROTTLE | PCW ARENA, ARLINGTON, TEXAS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 2008
James Johnson beat Wally Darkmon and Diamond Dave in a Triple Threat Match
Mike Foxx beat Robert Evans
Tim Storm beat Franco D’Angelo in a Dark Circle Rules Match
Apocalypse beat Fast Eddie Vegas
Canyon beat Aaron Eagle to retain the PCW Cruiserweight Title
Action Jackson beat Mace Malone to retain the PCW Heavyweight Title
The TV commentary team of Rob Moore & “The Killa” Kody Kox were introduced, followed by the playing of the National Anthem. PCW personality Antonio came out to hype the card and introduce Ring Announcer Travis Baxter. The PCW Knockouts also appeared on the show.
Radio station 93.3 The Bone’s morning team of Robert Miguel and Cindy Scull were in attendance with free Bone items for the crowd; members of PCW had been on their show this past Thursday morning.
“HUNK FOR HIRE” JIGGLE-O JAMES JOHNSON beat WALLY DARKMON and “DYNAMIC” DIAMOND DAVE in a Triple Threat Match when Johnson hit the Frog Elbow on Dave to pin him while simultaneously dropkicking Darkmon out of the way in an exciting, fast-paced match.
The Bussey Bunch (Thomas, Chris, Steven, Larry and Kim) came out with a blue briefcase and called out PCW World Heavyweight Champion Action Jackson. The Busseys then presented Jackson with a brand new, beautiful title belt, custom-made with the PCW and Full Throttle logos on the plates. Mace Malone came out and reminded Jackson that, despite their friendship and mentor-student relationship, he was going to do everything he could to become the new champion later in the night. Jackson welcomed Malone’s challenge. Kim Bussey, of all people, told both men that, if they didn’t have a good match, “bad things are going to happen!”
“MAIN EVENT/DARK MESSIAH” MIKE FOXX (w/ Katie Angel and Claudia) beat “The ESSENCE OF EXCELLENCE” ROBERT EVANS
–Before the match, Foxx reminded Evans of his lack of success lately in PCW but offered him a spot in the Faithful. Evans said he would rather lose for the rest of his career than join the Faithful. Foxx told Evans he would always be a “jobber.” The match got going, and Foxx dominated early, but Evans came back to work on Foxx’s left arm. At one point, Foxx went for the M.F.’er (RKO), but Evans hooked the ropes, plus, Foxx couldn’t get his hands properly hooked around Evans’ head because of the pain in his shoulder. Evans hit an Alpha Flight Headbutt but missed another one. Foxx caught Evans in the Career Killer (Boston Crab) and forced the Canadian to tap out. After the match, Foxx told Evans that there was no place for him in the Faithful or in PCW.
A video aired, like last week, of a shadowy figure speaking only a few words. Many speculated on whom this person might be and what his mission is.
DARK CIRCLE RULES MATCH
“GRIM REAPER” TIM STORM of the DARK CIRCLE beat “The BEAST” FRANCO D’ANGELO
–Dark Circle Rules meant no rules. D’Angelo attacked Storm on the way to the ring with a leather weightlifting belt and got an early advantage. Storm brought a chair into the ring and started using it on D’Angelo, but Franco got it away and started to swing it, but Storm’s Tag Team Championship partner, Apocalypse, ran out and grabbed the chair. Storm rammed into D’Angelo, knocking his own partner to the floor in the process. One by one, Apoc threw chairs into the ring, with Storm whacking their former partner at will while setting up four chairs to slam D’Angelo through. “The Beast,” though, reversed the chokeslam into the Silencer (high spinebuster), sending Storm crashing through the chairs. When D’Angelo went for the pin, Apoc pulled Referee Michael Williams from the ring. D’Angelo attacked Apocalypse on the floor. Back in the ring moments later, D’Angelo went for the Decapitator (TKO) on Storm, but Storm reversed it and got Franco in the Perfect Storm (Black Hole Slam), smashing him into the mat for the 1-2-3.
APOCALYPSE of the DARK CIRCLE beat FAST EDDIE VEGAS
–Vegas’ nationwide travels brought him to PCW Arena to meet the “Enforcer” of the Dark Circle and nearly pulled off the victory several times, keeping him off-balance with a dizzying array of aerial moves. Apoc, though, brought out Dark Circle ruthlessness and was able to finish off Vegas with the End Of Days (Death Valley Driver) and the pinfall.
Kody Kox prepared to interview Wally Darkmon, a man who has spoken only one word on the microphone since emerging in PCW. Kox was asking Darkmon about his loss last week to Angel Of Sinn when Mike Foxx and his women came out. After browbeating Kox about interviewing Darkmon and not him, Foxx turned to Darkmon and told him he’d have a chance to redeem himself next week against Angel Of Sinn. He also told Wally that, if he lost again, where would that leave him in PCW? Foxx, Katie and Claudia left, and Wally seemed to be deep in thought as he left the ring.
PCW WORLD CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
Champion “HARDCORE/CRUISERWEIGHT ICON” CANYON (w/ Paul Lewis) beat “SUCCESS STORY IN THE MAKING” AARON EAGLE to retain the belt
–This week, Canyon forced Travis Baxter to announce his weight as being slightly over 15 stone (nowhere near his apparent actual weight in the 350+ range.) Eagle’s ribs were taped as he was still feeling the effects of the beating Canyon gave him last week. Canyon smashed Eagle headfirst into the iron ringpost early, opening up a nasty gash in his forehead. Soon, Canyon’s hands and Eagle’s face were covered in blood. Eagle recovered enough to go to the top rope, but Canyon speared him in midair and got the pin. That wasn’t enough for the big man, because he put Eagle in the corner and hit him with a Canyon Bomb (Vader Bomb). He then put the title belt on Eagle and splashed him again. He was about to ram his knee into Eagle’s face, with Lewis’ briefcase in front of Eagle, when James Johnson, Diamond Dave and Robert Evans, who had a chair in hand, ran out and chased Canyon out. Johnson and Dave followed Canyon and Lewis to the back while Evans helped his Best Friend Forever tag partner up … only to give him the Wonder Touch (belly-to-back into a facebuster)! Johnson and Dave ran back into the ring, and Evans left. Word is that Evans plans to explain his actions next week.
The video screens showed a Tale Of The Tape between Action Jackson and Mace Malone. While this was showing, Steven Bussey came out and told Travis Baxter to beat it. Bussey them announced that, for this no-disqualification main event, the guest timekeepers would be Thomas and Larry Bussey, the guest ring announcer would be Chris Bussey, and Kim Bussey would be at ringside as well.
PCW FULL THROTTLE MAIN EVENT–PCW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH, NO DISQUALIFICATION
Champion “TEXAS LEGEND” ACTION JACKSON beat MACE MALONE to retain the belt
–The two shook hands to begin the match, and they countered each other’s moves early. After a few minutes, the Busseys couldn’t leave well enough alone as Chris and Steven Bussey ran in and attacked Jackson and then buddied up to Malone. Just when it looked like Malone would align himself with the Busseys, he smashed their heads together and tossed them from the ring. Moments later, Thomas Bussey hit Malone with a low blow, and then Thomas and Larry went to shake hands with Jackson. The champ gave both the Big Booyah (Rock Bottom), laying them out as well. The match continued until the lights went out, and, when they came back on, Mike Foxx was in the ring, attacking both men. The lights went out again, and, this time, Wally Darkmon and his cane were in the ring. Darkmon kneeled in the Foxx outstretched-arms pose, seemingly signifying that he had joined Foxx’s Faithful. However, when Foxx turned to go back after A.J., Darkmon shattered his cane over Foxx’s back. Darkmon and Foxx then fought their way to the back as the match continued. Jackson hit the Booyah on Malone but didn’t go for the pin. Malone went for the Detonator (three-step neckbreaker), but Jackson reversed it into another Booyah. Again, no pin attempt. Jackson went for the move once more, with Malone at this point putting up next to no fight, and, this time, the champion made the cover and got the pin to successfully defend his belt. As promised, the two men shook hands, and Jackson said he’d be happy to defend the belt against Malone anytime.
PCW’s next Full Throttle show will be on Saturday, January 19, 2008 at PCW Arena in Arlington, Texas. Action Jackson defends the PCW Heavyweight Title against Television Champion Brett Idol. Wally Darkmon faces the Angel Of Sinn. Robert Evans will, hopefully, explain what he did to his now-former tag team partner. Mike Foxx, Canyon, James Johnson and more will be on the card.
“The Bussey Bunch” debuts on TLC on Tuesday, January 22 at 8 p.m. The trailer can be seen via the PCW homepage.
Visit the PCW Website at www.pcwwrestling.com for more information on PCW, its wrestlers, and upcoming events, as well as DVD’s of past events featuring the stars of PCW and national and international stars who have come through the promotion.
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