PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING
PCW FULL THROTTLE
PCW ARENA, ARLINGTON, TEXAS
SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 2008
Brandon Collins, Viktor Tadlock & Viper beat Nobe Bryant, Jerome Daniels & Kristopher Haiden
J.T. LaMotta beat Matthew Palmer
Tim Storm beat Mad Dog
Aaron Eagle & James Johnson beat Wally Darkmon & Robert Evans in a Jailbreak Match
Brett Idol beat Franco D’Angelo
Action Jackson & Lacey Von Erich beat Mike Foxx & Claudia
Before the show started, PCW wrestlers and personnel surrounded the ring as Ring Announcer Travis Baxter led the crowd in a 10-bell salute to the late Playboy Gary Hart.
TV Commentator Rob Moore came out alone, with Kody Kox out of action after being accidentally M.F.’ed last week by Mike Foxx. After the National Anthem, PCW personality Antonio came out and hyped the show, especially the main event, and then introduced Baxter. Apocalypse, wearing a title belt he claimed last week to have won in a 32-man tournament in Afghanistan, came out and joined Moore at ringside as guest color commentator.
SIX MAN TAG TEAM MATCH
“The EXPERT” BRANDON COLLINS, VIKTOR TADLOK & VIPER beat “The REAL DEAL” NOBE BRYANT, “FLAWLESS” JEROME DANIELS & KRISTOPHER HAIDEN
–Viper’s pet snake, the 14-foot Burmese Python Melina, was still missing, snakenapped last week by Bryant & Daniels. As the match went on, Referee Michael Williams ran out and said something to Viper, who took off for the back. As Bryant & Daniels left Haiden on his own to submit to Collins’ Texas Cloverleaf, Viper appeared behind the duo … with Melina! Bryant & Daniels headed for the other side of the security railing as Viper issued a challenge to Bryant for Genocide on April 12.
Mike Foxx, along with Claudia, Katie Angel and Wally Darkmon, came out. As Darkmon sneakily led fans in booing Foxx, the “Dark Messiah” talked about the four-way, two-title match at Genocide and then about the upcoming main event, saying, once again, that the Von Erich legacy was dead and buried. That brought out Lacey Von Erich, who got in the middle of the Faithful in midring to confront Foxx. Just when it looked like the Faithful would pounce on Lacey, her partner, Action Jackson ran out, and the Faithful and Foxx bailed out.
“The MIND OF WRESTLING” J.T. LaMOTTA beat MATTHEW PALMER
–This was Palmer’s second match, but he fared no better than he did last week against Robert Evans, this time falling victim to LaMotta’s superior experience and intelligence as LaMotta hit the Cram Before The Exam (fisherman DDT) for the pin.
“The GRIM REAPER” TIM STORM beat “ALL-AMERICAN” MAD DOG
–With his PCW World Tag Team Title partner Apocalypse at the commentary desk, Storm, still masked to conceal his haircut, had some trouble with Mad Dog but stil overwhelmed him with a move Apocalypse told Rob Moore was called the Eye Of The Storm (Roll of the Dice) to get the win. The four Bussey brothers then came out, along with PCW World Television Champion Brett Idol and a puppy they called Tully Bussey, and they also had the stuffed toy chicken Thomas said represented Charles the fan, who was not at ringside this week. Thomas said he was making his match with Charles at Genocide into a tag team match, with Thomas teaming with Storm and Charles teaming with a wrestler they’ll choose later. They put the chicken at the end of Larry Bussey’s rod (a steel pole, not … oh, never mind) and then invited Apocalypse into the ring. Apoc then spewed a fireball onto the toy, setting it on fire. Luckily, they were prepared with a bucket of water to douse the toy in before the flames could get out of control.
PCW World Cruiserweight Champion “LIVING SUCCESS STORY” AARON EAGLE & “HUNK FOR HIRE” JIGGLE-O JAMES JOHNSON beat WALLY DARKMON (w/ Katie Angel) & “The ESSENCE OF EXCELLENCE” ROBERT EVANS
–Each team had one member cuffed to a ringpost, and a key to the chains was put up on a pole in the corner. Whichever wrestler could climb the pole and get the key could unlock his partner and make it a two-on-one handicap match. Darkmon and Eagle were handcuffed, so it was Evans and Johnson fighting for the chance to climb the pole. Evans got the key first, but, instead of unlocking Darkmon, he taunted him with the key. Katie grabbed the key away, but, while she was having words with Evans, Johnson snatched the key away and unlocked Eagle. Katie managed to get the key back and unlock Darkmon. Just as Darkmon was about to give Johnson the Mood Swing (Canadian Destroyer), Johnson reversed it and gave Darkmon his own Mood Swing! Johnson pinned Darkmon to win the match; meanwhile, Evans and Eagle were going at it, and a ladder was dragged out from under the ring before order was finally restored (Eagle and Evans will have a TLC match for Eagle’s belt at Genocide).
PCW World Television Champion BRETT IDOL (w/ Thomas & Chris Bussey) beat “The BEAST” FRANCO D’ANGELO
–These two men are one-half of the upcoming Genocide main event. The end came after Idol accidentally double-clotheslined both Busseys to the floor after they tried in vain to hold D’Angelo in the ropes for him. D’Angelo went for the Silencer (sky high spinebuster), but Idol reversed it into the Idolizer (Rocker Dropper) to get the win.
Apocalypse got in the ring and bragged about having won his belt in a tournament in Mexico (last week he said Afghanistan) for the Western Canadian International World Title (or something like that.) He said he talked to Stu Hart (who’s been dead for years) about going to Japan and Mexico for title defenses. J.T. LaMotta came out and called Apoc on his B.S., saying he had actually been to Mexico and was going to Japan. J.T. chalenged Apoc to a match at Genocide to determine the “best wrestler in the world,” as Apocalypse has been calling himself lately. Apoc slapped LaMotta, and LaMotta decked Apoc with a hard right hand before going to the back, feeling his point had been made. Apoc, though, was still able to return to the commentary desk for the main event.
PCW FULL THROTTLE MAIN EVENT
MIXED TAG TEAM MATCH
PCW World Heavyweight Champion “TEXAS LEGEND” ACTION JACKSON & LACEY VON ERICH beat “DARK MESSIAH/MAIN EVENT” MIKE FOXX & “ANGEL OF MERCY” CLAUDIA
–This match was mostly Jackson vs. Foxx, with the women getting involved at times. At one point, Von Erich wound up and hit Claudia with a modification of her father Kerry’s Discus Punch, looking more like a Discus Forearm. The battle wound up with all four in the ring, and Foxx and Claudia whipping their opponents into the ropes, but Jackson and Von Erich ducked under right hands. When Foxx and Claudia turned around, they were each met the the Iron Claw, including one Jackson unexpectedly put on Foxx! Both Claudia and Foxx went down, and Claudia tapped out to the Von Erich Iron Claw. After the match, Brett Idol ran in and attacked Jackson, and Franco D’Angelo ran in and attacked Idol. Idol, Foxx and Claudia all hit the floor, and D’Angelo picked up Jackson’s title belt and posed with it. Jackson angrily grabbed it back and had a tense staredown with “The Beast” until Lacey calmed them down and then raised both men’s hands in victory.
PCW Full Throttle’s next show will be on Saturday, March 29 at 8 p.m. at PCW Arena in Arlington, Texas. Action Jackson will face Franco D’Angelo. Robert Evans and Aaron Eagle will pick each other’s opponents in a pair of Pick Your Poison Matches. Mike Foxx & the Faithful, including Wally Darkmon, will be there, plus Diamond Dave and more.
PCW’s next major show will be Genocide on Saturday, April 12 at PCW Arena. In a four-way match for both titles, it will be Heavyweight Champion Action Jackson vs. TV Champion Brett Idol vs. Mike Foxx vs. Franco D’Angelo. Cruiserweight Champion Aaron Eagle will defend against Robert Evans in a TLC Match. Thomas Bussey & Tim Storm will meet Charles the fan and an opponent to be named later. Wally Darkmon takes on James Johnson in a Coffin Match. Nobe Bryant will wrestle Viper, and J.T. LaMotta goes up against Apocalypse in a Best In The World Challenge.
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.
Submitted by ROB MOORE, The Voice of PCW