PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING (PCW)
PCW FULL THROTTLE
PCW ARENA, ARLINGTON, TEXAS
SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 2008
Tim Storm beat Viktor Tadlock
Brandon Collins & Viper beat Nobe Bryant & Jerome Daniels
Apocalypse beat Shadow
James Johnson beat Wally Darkmon
Franco D’Angelo beat Robert Evans to retain his right to challenge for any PCW title
The TV announce team of Rob Moore and “Killa” Kody Kox came out, and the National Anthem played, followed by Antonio, who hyped the card before handing the mic over to Ring Announcer Travis Baxter.
The Faithful’s Claudia led new Faithful member Wally Darkmon to the ring and boasted about Mike Foxx beating Darkmon last week, forcing Wally to join Foxx’s group and wear the Faithful’s t-shirt. While Claudia was speaking, though, Darkmon mocked her behind her back, shooting her the finger, moving his fingers in a “bla-bla-bla” motion, picking his nose and wiping it in her hair, etc. She talked about Darkmon’s opponent tonight being Jiggle-O James Johnson and ordered Darkmon to wipe his trademark black eye makeup off his face.
“GRIM REAPER” TIM STORM beat VIKTOR TADLOCK
–Storm, still masked to conceal the haircut Franco D’Angelo gave him weeks ago, gave Tadlock a chance to leave the ring and save himself a beating, but Tadlock would have none of that. The size and experience of Storm won out, though, when Storm hit a Roll Of The Dice-style maneuver out of a Dragon Sleeper and got the pin.
Franco D’Angelo, who won the Battle Royal last week at Big Bang, was about to announce which of PCW’s titles he would go after when Robert Evans came out. Evans was not in the Battle Royal because he was in the Triple Threat Match with Aaron Eagle and Daivari for the vacant PCW World Cruiserweight Title, which Eagle won. Evans cited his long-standing friendship with D’Angelo and asked him to give Evans his title shot. D’Angelo refused. Evans tried to bribe “The Beast” with Canadian money, but D’Angelo still wouldn’t bite. Finally, Evans resorted to wrapping himself around D’Angelo’s legs and begging, practically crying, for the title shot. PCW Owners Thomas & Chris Bussey came out, berated Evans for humping D’Angelo’s leg, and announced that the two would have a match in the main event, with the winner announcing next week which match he would go after.
“The EXPERT” BRANDON COLLINS & VIPER beat “The REAL DEAL” NOBE BRYANT & “FLAWLESS” JEROME DANIELS
–Viper left his plastic container containing his snake at the top of the ramp. Bryant & Daniels had a slight edge in tag team experience and used that to full advantage against Collins & Viper. But, things broke down, and it ended up with Collins forcing Daniels to tap out to the combination of the Texas Cloverleaf and bodyscissors. Bryant attacked Collins after the bell, and Viper went and got his snake, a 14-foot Burmese python. When Bryant turned around and came face-to-face with the snake, he sprinted out of the ring in a hurry. At least, this time, he didn’t go out over the top rope, like he did last week in the Battle Royal when he eliminated himself to get away from the reptile. He then asked for the mic and challenged Collins to a match next week, with the stipulation that all snakes be banned from the arena.
Apocalypse came out and talked about being the Number One Contender for the PCW World heavyweight Title for the last four months, calling himself the best wrester in PCW and the best wrestler in the world. The lights went out, and Shadow came into the ring as the arena filled with smoke.
APOCALYPSE beat SHADOW
–Shadow was in his new mask with shoulder/arm coverings. Shadow seemed to be more methodical than in the past as he exchanged offense with Apocalypse. Tim Storm came out and slid a chair in to Apoc as he distracted the referee and Shadow. Apoc hit Shadow with the chair and rolled him up for the 1-2-3. Shadow got up, got mad and booted the referee in the face. Storm and Apoc attacked Shadow, giving him a double-team Flapjack onto the chair and leaving him laying.
Thomas & Chris Bussey came out and announced that, next week, Action Jackson and Mike Foxx would both be at PCW Arena. Also, the winner of the main event tonight would make his decision about which title to go after, and Nobe Bryant will wrestle Brandon Collins with the no-snakes-allowed stipulation. Thomas, who had carried a stuffed toy chicken, then went on a tirade about a ringside fan named Charles who has been heckling him for weeks. Thomas took it out on the chicken, stomping it and beating on it and finally kicking it, field goal style, through Chris’ upraised arms.
“HUNK FOR HIRE” JIGGLE-O JAMES JOHNSON beat WALLY DARKMON (w/ Claudia)
–When Darkmon went to hit himself in the head like he normally does, Claudia hooked his arm and told him in no uncertain terms not to do it anymore. Darkmon’s heart was clearly not into fighting his friend, but Claudia was screaming orders at him, and Johnson even told Darkmon to “ignore that b**** and wrestle!” Once he got going, though, Darkmon mounted a vicious attack worthy of Mike Foxx’s Faithful, though Wally was still clearly conflicted at times. Claudia got up on the apron and held Johnson from behind, and Darkmon charged in, but Johnson moved out of the way, and Darkmon put on the brakes. After a brief hesitation, he went ahead and forearmed Claudia to the floor, but Johnson rolled him up in a backslide and got the pin. An angered Claudia jumped in to stomp on Johnson with her high heels, and she and Darkmon argued. Darkmon turned around, Claudia pushed Johnson into Darkmon, and, when Darkmon turned around and saw Johnson, instinct apparently took over, and he gave Johnson the Mood Swing (Canadian Destoyer). He was remorseful afterwards, but Claudia herded him out as officials came out to check on Johnson.
PCW FULL THROTTLE MAIN EVENT
WINNER GETS A SHOT AT ANY TITLE THEY WANT
“The BEAST” FRANCO D’ANGELO beat “The ESSENCE OF EXCELLENCE” ROBERT EVANS
–Evans, having made it known he wants another shot at ex-partner Aaron Eagle’s PCW World Cruiserweight belt, focused his attack on D’Angelo’s left knee, but “The Beast,” after unsuccessfully going for the Decapitator (TKO), hit the Silencer (high spinebuster) and got the pin to keep his Battle Royal winnings intact. D’Angelo now will announce next week which of PCW’s title he will go after.
PCW Full Throttle’s next show is scheduled for Saturday, March 8 at PCW Arena in Arlington, Texas. PCW Heavyweight Champion Action Jackson and Mike Foxx will appear. Aaron Eagle defends the PCW Cruiserweight belt against Jerome Daniels. Brandon Collins meets Nobe Bryant in a No Snakes Allowed Match. And, Wally Darkmon will wrestle, but only against someone Foxx tells him to.
PCW’s next major card will be Genocide, on Saturday, April 12. No matches have yet been signed.
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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