PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING
PCW FULL THROTTLE
PCW ARENA, ARLINGTON, TEXAS
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2007
Apocalypse beat J.T. LaMotta and Robert Evans in a Triple Threat Match to determine the Number One Contender to the PCW Television Title
Mike Foxx beat Brandon Collins
Brett Idol beat Aaron Eagle
Tim Storm beat Action Jackson by disqualification
James Johnson beat Canyon by countout to retain the PCW Television Title
DARK MATCH–PCW WORLD TELEVISION TITLE NUMBER ONE CONTENDER TRIPLE THREAT MATCH
APOCALYPSE of the Dark Circle beat “The MIND OF WRESTLING” J.T. LaMOTTA and “The ESSENCE OF EXCELLENCE” ROBERT EVANS to earn the title shot
–With Evans and Apocalypse down and the referee checking on Apoc, Dark Circle teammate Franco D’Angelo ran in and gave LaMotta the Silencer, making him easy prey for Apoc’s End Of Days and the 1-2-3 to get the Dark Circle’s “Gatekeeper” the shot at the TV belt next week.
The following was taped for airing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area on the Lone Star Channel, as well as worldwide distribution via SmartVideo and release on DVD, with Ring Announcer Travis Baxter and TV Commentators Rob Moore and Kody Kox. Referee for the night was Travis Trueborne.
Action Jackson came out and minced no words in talking about his ongoing battle with the demonic Mike Foxx and his match later in the night against the Dark Circle’s Tim Storm. The fans and A.J. were both extremely fired up.
MIKE FOXX (w/ Katie Angel & “Angel Of Mercy” Claudia) beat “The EXPERT” BRANDON COLLINS
–Foxx used his size and experience edge to his advantage to the point of, while Collins was down, taking the mic and telling Collins he can avoid the punishment by bowing down and kissing his feet. Collins stumbled while trying to get up, making some believe he was kissing Foxx’s foot. When the referee turned to get the women off the ring apron, Collins hit Foxx with a low blow. The former Cruiserweight Champion went for the Springboard 450, but Foxx moved out of the way. With catlike quickness, Foxx hit the M.F.’er on Collins for the win.
PCW World Cruiserweight and Television Champion Jiggle-O James Johnson came out and thanked the fans for helping him become a dual champion. The four Bussey brothers, led by PCW owners Thomas & Chris, accompanied by Brett Idol, whom they called “Brett Bussey,” came out and called Johnson a cheater and announced that, later in the night, he would have to defend the TV belt against their big buddy, “Hardcore Icon” Canyon. The 350-pound-plus brawler came out and said the only reason he wasn’t going after the Cruiserweight Title was because he had lunch before the weigh-in earlier.
BRETT IDOL (w/ Thomas, Chris, Steven & Larry Bussey) beat “SUCCESS STORY IN THE MAKING” AARON EAGLE
–Eagle had as many problems with the Busseys and their flip-flops outside the ring as he did with Idol inside. Idol’s combination of power and speed countered Eagle’s Drop Out as Idol delivered a Drop Out of his own. Idol got the win with his Breathtaker 450 splash.
“The GRIM REAPER” TIM STORM of the Dark Circle (w/ Apocalypse & “The Beast” Franco D’Angelo) beat “The TEXAS LEGEND” ACTION JACKSON by disqualification
–The match looked more like a three-on-one handicap match as Apoc & D’Angelo frequently attacked Jackson outside the ring whenever Storm had the referee turned around. All three men focused their attack on Jackson’s heavily taped right arm. Jackson fought back hard against all three men. When Jackson went after Apocalypse, D’Angelo gave one of the Dark Circle’s PCW World Tag Team Title belts to Storm, who drew a bead on Jackson with it but missed. Jackson got the belt away, but, when he hit Storm with it, the referee saw it and called for the bell. It became open season on Jackson as the Circle piled into the ring. Jackson held his own briefly before being overcome by the numbers, ending up with D’Angelo adding insult to injury by giving Jackson his own Big Booyah before the trio decided they’d had enough fun.
PCW FULL THROTTLE MAIN EVENT–PCW WORLD TELEVISION TITLE MATCH
Champion “JIGGLE-O” JAMES JOHNSON beat “HARDCORE ICON” CANYON (w/ Thomas, Chris, Steven & Larry Bussey) by countout to retain the belt
–The Busseys insisted that Canyon be called Canyon Bussey. The mass of the Athens, Texas brawler was too much at times for the diminutive Johnson, and the Busseys’ involvement didn’t help matters. Johnson managed to get to the top rope, but, instead of going after Canyon, he hit a flying crossbody on all four Busseys on the floor. Canyon went out after him, threw him back into the ring, and started to climb in after him, but he seemed to catch his foot on something that kept him from entering the ring and ended up getting him counted out. After the bell, it was discovered that it was Wally Darkmon under the ring holding onto Canyon. Darkmon and Canyon battled briefly in the ring before Canyon left with the Busseys, and Chris Bussey declared that, next week, Darkmon would have to face Canyon in a Lumberjack Match, and the lumberjacks would be … the Slaughterers Roller Derby team, the meanest group of women there is anywhere!
PCW Full Throttle’s next show will be held on Saturday, September 22 at PCW Arena. Bell time is 8 p.m. Wally Darkmon meets Canyon in a Lumberjack Match with the Slaughterers Roller Derby team, James Johnson defends the PCW Television Title against Apocalypse, Action Jackson faces Franco D’Angelo, and Mace Malone goes up against Tim Storm.
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