Wednesday, March 4, 2015

March 4 Birthdays and Memoriams

Devon Storm (a/k/a Crowbar) and Drew Adler celebrate birthdays today.

Helen Hild died at the age of 57 on this day in 1984, and Ronnie Etchison was 73 when he passed in 1994. The Dream Machine passed at 47 on this day in 2002, Tony ‘the Medic’ Gonzales was 72 when he died on the same day. Danno McDonald died at the age of 81 on this day in 2004, and Yvon Cormier (a/k/a the Beast) passed away at 70 in 2009. Angelo Poffo was 84 when he passed away on this day in 2010, and Charlie Lutke died at 94 in 2013.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Graphic Video of Intergender Match

From Larry Goodman:

Footage from Chris Dickinson vs. Kimber Lee at Beyond Wrestling on March 3 in Providence, Rhode Island. To be discussed on tonight's edition of Tipping Point at 7pm.



Deep Southern Championship Wrestling Results from Rossville on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was in Rossville, GA on February 28. Results: Chip Hazard defeated "The Ultimate Underdog" Ray Ray. Brian Rivers defeated Mr Tennessee. Cyrus the Destroyer defeated Joey Sparkz. Jason Collins defeated "Messiah" Talon Williams. "The Upgrade" Mikey Watkins defeated Bane Lynch. The Sons of Sin (Damion Black & Jerry Anderson) defeated The Good Ole Boys (Cousin Cletus & Cousin Shaggy) to retain the DSCW Tag Team championships.

Omega Championship Wrestling Results from Durham on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
Omega Championship Wrestling was in Durham, NC on February 28. Results: Arik Royal defeated Manny Garcia. Brad Attitude defeated Jake Manning. Amber O'Neal defeated Amy Love. John Skyler defeated Anthony Henry. Tommy Dreamer defeated Luke Gallows (w/Amber O'Neal). Mick Foley defeated Mickey Gambino. Ethan Carter III defeated Scotty Matthews. Jeff Hardy defeated Matt Hardy, CW Anderson, Trevor Lee, Caprice Coleman and Tommy Dreamer in a 6 way elimination match to win the vacant OMEGA Heavyweight championship.

Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on February 27

From Brian Slack:
 
Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on February 27. Results: Antrone Brewer defeated Jeremy Vain to retain the APW North Georgia championship. Charlie Canfield defeated Jamie Cruz. Ken Lee defeated Charlie Canfield to become the #1 contender for the APW North Georgia championship. Cody McCauley & Red Ninja defeated Jacob Ashworth & Bolo by DQ after Bolo shoved the referee. Cody McCauley & Red Ninja retains the APW Tag Team championships. Brandon Parker defeated James Boulevard and Stryknyn in a triple threat match to win the APW Southern States championship.

Preview for Tipping Point


From GWH News:

Tonight at 7pm on Tipping Point, Stephen Platinum, Rachael Freeman and Larry Goodman talk to Sal Rinauro and Tony Lucassio about working for TNA, the state of indy wrestling, Sal's recent return to the ring and whatever else is on their warped minds. Plus other assorted shenanigans. .

Tipping Point for March 3






Georgia Wrestling Now Archive Online

Monday’s edition of Georgia Wrestling Now, hosted by Jonathan Williams John "The Body" Johnson and The Jagged Edge interviewed Triston Michaels & Glacier. There was additional commentary from Larry Goodman and Dr Joseph Brock III.

Click here for the archive.

Peach State Pandemonium Archive Online

Thursday’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Bobby Simmons, Jay west and Beau James featured discussion on things that are "misses" with the demise of the regional booking offices. There was also a discussion on the upcoming Mobile, Alabama Wrestler Reunion. .


Click here for the archive.

WWE NXT Results from Tampa on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
WWE NXT was in Tampa, FL on February 28. Results: Colin Cassady defeated Elias Sampson. The Mechanics (Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson) defeated the Shoot Nation (Angelo Dawkins & Sawyer Fulton). Solomon Crowe defeated Bull Dempsey. Baron Corbin defeated CJ Parker. Charlotte defeated Becky Lynch. Finn Balor defeated Hideo Itami. Blake & Murphy defeated The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch). Kevin Owens defeated Adrian Neville.

Coastal Championship Wrestling Results from Coral Springs on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
Coastal Championship Wrestling was in Coral Springs, FL on February 28. Results: John "The Jet" Enriquez defeated Stefan Guadalupe. Cousin Earl & Tammy Lynn defeated Oliver Grimsley & Angel Crush. Yolo defeated Julio Guadalupe. Dan Embry defeated Foxx Vinyer. Dan Embry wins the Go for the Gold Battle Royal. Santos defeated Mr. 450. The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) defeated The Elite.

I Believe in Wrestling Results from Orlando on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
I Believe in Wrestling was in Orlando, FL on February 28. Results: Joey Mayberry defeated CJ O'Doyle. Mike Reed defeated Josh Parker. Chasyn Rance vs. Alex Pourteau (w/Justin Michaels) ended in a double count out. Brandon Scherer defeated Tyranus. Aaron Epic defeated Chico Adams and Josh Hess in a 3 way. Santana Garrett defeated Stormie Lee to retain the NWA World Women's championship. Mike Patrick & Leo Brien (w/Justin Michaels) defeated Lince Dorado & Rhett Giddins, who was subbing for Jason Cade, to win the AWA Florida Tag Team championship tournament.

Pro Wrestling EGO Results from Brandon on February 28

From Brian Slack:
 
Pro Wrestling EGO was in Brandon, MS on February 28. Results: Mike Outlaw defeated Max Glory. Lukas Frost defeated Joey Abel to win the PWE Cruiserweight championship. Lucha Locura defeated Suicidal Soulja. Jaxson James defeated Brady Pierce (w/Big Ramp & Ty Delgado). The Nightmare Known as Jeremiah (w/Jay Andrews) defeated Bolt Brady. The Abbey Street Boot Boys defeated Twisted Offspring to retain the PWE Tag Team championships. Joe Kane vs. Barry Wolf ended in a double DQ.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling in Rome on March 8

From GWH News:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the Fun Wheels Skate Center in Rome, GA on March 8. Advertised: "The Butcher" Bobby Hayes & Chris Ganser vs. Jagged Edge & "The Revelation" Shane Marx in a tag team bullrope & dog collar match. Chris Lightning vs. "The Messiah" Talon Williams. Deon Mercer vs. Chip Hazard. The venue is located at 2606 Calhoun Highway. Tickets are $10 adults and $7 children. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

March 3 Birthdays and Memoriams

Fred Avery celebrates a birthday today.

While on a USO wrestling tour for Allied troops in Europe during World War II, George Mack, Jack Ross, Lester ‘Kid’ Chapman, Hal Sabath, Gaius W. Young, and Ben Reuben all died when their plane crashed in France on this day in 1945. Harry Morris Demetral died at the age of 69 on this day in 1968, and Robert Bruce passed away in 2009.

Monday, March 2, 2015

New Blood Championship Wrestling Report from Hickory on February 27

From Jeff Richards:


New Blood False Advertises Gunner, Brings in Richards

HICKORY (NC) -- The track record of local promoter Rex Rumble came into question this past Friday night (2/27). TNA star Gunner (Chad Lail) was promised a return to his hometown but nowhere to be seen by fans hoping for autographs, selfies, etc.

New Blood Championship Wrestling (NBCW) has not run Hickory, suddenly an indy hotspot, since March 19, 2011. Every Tom, Dick and Harry suddenly has become interested in the National Guard Armory with a sergeant allowing anyone to run.

Gunner was depicted on posters and in the regional FOCUS newspaper as appearing. However, the former TNA TV Champion alerted social media he would NOT be coming home to work for NBCW.
In NBCW's defense, the promotion paid a lot of $$$ to replace Gunner with former ECW/WWE stalwart Stevie Richards. It was Richards' first appearance in Catawba County and, properly promoted, probably would have enticed more than 61 fans (over 20 comped).

Richards even did the job in NBCW's main event, dropping a pinfall to heavyweight champion Kid Chaos (Rumble's brother). Chaos could stand to put on a hundred pounds to be believable as a heavyweight.

Despite an entertaining main event, the other matches on this show were not as good. Rumble's trainees filled various spots on the card and were a mixed bag. A match between veterans Thunder and Chris Venum was tolerable. James Hall continues to improve and would be a welcome addition to a lot of area shows.

Tickets were $8 adults and $5 for children. Rumble may have taken a shower after the show but took a bath at the gate. A couple of sponsors, Hooters of Hickory and the Harley-Davidson Riding Academy, certainly helped out rent-wise.

Global Championship Wrestling Results from Pell City on February 28

From Eddie Layne:

Opening Round of The JYD Memorial Tag Team Tournament.

Match 01 - "The Circle of Disrespect" "The King of Florida" Francisco Ciatso & "The Emerald Emperor" Simon Sez vs "The Local Scene" Josh Storm & "The All Pro" Leo Gold Ended in a Double Countout.. Neither Team Advanced.

Match 02 - Leon "The Bull" Stresser & "The Dream Chaser" Dylan Cook defeated "The Alabama Ambassador" Ja'Coby Boykins & Tommy Penirelli


Southern States Wrestling Results from Kingsport on February 27

From Brian Slack:
 
Southern States Wrestling was in Kingsport, TN on February 27. Results: Shawn Cruz defeated Kilo. Vince Valor & Chris Rocker defeated Black Inc. Krunch, Chic White & JD Hogg defeated The Dark Secret, Big Lamar & Phillip Lawson. Misty James vs. Rebecca Lynn ended in a time limit draw. Frank Parker defeated Joe Briggs & Rex Atkins in a handicap match. Derrick King defeated Kyle Kool. Beau James vs. DeAndre Jackson ended in a double count out. DeAndre Jackson retains the Southern States championship.

Notes: The Washington Bullets (Jon Williams & Trey Williams) and Nina Monet were unable to appear due to travel issues. Jake Booth was unable to compete due to shoulder injury.

WWE NXT Results from Jacksonville on February 27

From Brian Slack:
 
WWE NXT was in Jacksonville, FL on February 27. Results: Baron Corbin defeated CJ Parker. The Mechanics (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) defeated the Shoot Nation (Angelo Dawkins & Sawyer Fulton). Solomon Crowe defeated Tony Briggs. Colin Cassady defeated Bull Dempsey. Charlotte defeated Becky Lynch. Finn Balor defeated Hideo Itami. Blake & Murphy (Wesley Blake & Buddy Murphy) defeated The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch). Kevin Owens defeated Adrian Neville.

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at the Davis Arena in Louisville, KY on March 7. The venue is located at 4400 Shepherdsville Road. Advance tickets are $10. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Chikara Pro Wrestling in Gibsonville on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Chikara Pro Wrestling will be at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville, NC on March 7. Advertised: Chuck Taylor vs. Trevor Lee. Hallowicked vs. Argus. UltraMantis Black, Kodama, Obariyon & Oleg the Usurper vs. Juan Francisco de Coronado, Mr Azerbaijan, Prakash Sabar & Proletariat Boar of Moldova. The Devastation Corporation (Max Smashmaster & Blaster McMassive) defends the Chikara Tag Team championships against The Osirian Portal (Amasis & Ophidian). The venue is located at 1001 Springwood Avenue. Tickets are $40 ringside reserved, $30 second row reserved and $20 general admission. Bell time is at 7:00 PM.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling in Elljay on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the Gilmer County Civic Center in Elljay, GA on March 7. Advertised: Chase Enterprises (w/Logan Chase), Josh Vaughn, The Good Ole Boys (Cousin Cletus & Cousin Shaggy), Malibu, The All-Star, "Semper Fi" Cody Roberts, Jessica Wetmore, Cyrus the Destroyer, Ray Ray. The venue is located at 1561 S Main Street. Tickets are $10 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

WWA4 Resullts from Atlanta on February 26

From Brian Slack:
 
WWA4 was in Atlanta, GA on February 26. Results: Solution defeated K-9. Kid Seen defeated Ashton Star. Black Heart defeated ATL. Night defeated SP the Ghost. Joe Heiken defeated Odinson. Q defeated Wings.

Southern Extreme Championship Wrestling in Whitesburg on March 8

From GWH News:
 
Southern Extreme Championship Wrestling will be at Duke's Mix in Whitesburg, GA on March 8. The venue is located at 976 Main Street. Tickets are $7. Bell time is at 5:30 PM.

American Combat Wrestling in Trinity on March 7

From GWH News:
 
American Combat Wrestling will be at the Edge Athletic Performance Center in Trinity, FL on March 7. The venue is located at 4008 Little Road. Advertised: Sean Swag (w/Dontay Brown) defends the ACW Heavyweight championship against CJ O'Doyle. Generation Genesis (Jeff Bloom & Mitch Mitchell) defends the ACW Tag Team championships in a triple threat match against First Degree (D'Lo Jordan & Wayne Wonder) and Lucha Chaos (Carrion & Blanco Loco). Santana Garrett defends the NWA World Women's championship against Andrea. Maxwell Chicago defends the FIP Florida Heritage championship against Kennedy Kendrick. Jesus De Leon vs. Aaron Epic. Stormie Lee vs. Chelsea Diamond. Rhett Giddins (w/Eric Essex) vs. Bucky Wells. Tickets are $15 VIP, $10 adult general admission and free children under 11 general admission. Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

AWF World of Wild in Ringgold on March 7

From GWH News:
 
AWF World of Wild will be at the AWF Arena in Ringgold, GA on March 7. The venue is located located at 4193 Highway 41. Tickets are $12 ringside, $10 general admission and $6 children ages 3-10. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Empire Wrestling Entertainment in Rossville on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Empire Wrestling Entertainment will be at the Empire Arena in Rossville, GA on March 7. The venue is located at 22 Austin Avenue. Tickets are $8 adults and $5 children under 12. Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:05.

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on March 6

From GWH News:
 
Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on March 6. The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street. Tickets are $5. Doors open at 7:40 PM and bell time is at 8:20.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling in Blue Ridge on March 6

From GWH News:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the DSCW Arena in Blue Ridge, GA on March 6. Advertised: Jessica Wetmore vs. Malibu. Zane Stevens vs. Kyle Matthews. Ray Ray vs. Josh Vaughn. Ray Fury vs. Brian Rivers. Chase Enterprises (w/Logan Chase III) vs. Cousin Cletus, Cousin Shaggy & Cody Roberts. The venue is located at 1580 Appalachian Highway. Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 12. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on March 6

From GWH News:
 
ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on March 6. The venue is located at 627 Southern Avenue. Tickets are $8 and free for children under 5. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Preview for Georgia Wrestling Now

Tonight’s edition of Georgia Wrestling Now, hosted by Jonathan Williams, John "The Body" Johnson and The Jagged Edge will feature Triston Michaels and Glacier.


The show begins at 7:00 PM ET. Click here to listen live at show time. Feel free to call (347) 324-5735 to join in the conversation.

March 2 Birthdays and Memoriams

Debra Marshall and Manami Toyota celebrate birthdays today.

Jean Baillargeon was 78 when he died on this day in 1994, and Doug Furnas passed away at 50 in 2012.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

NWA Atlanta Report from Locust Grove on February 28

Courtesy of Robbrod Photos
From Larry Goodman:

And now for something completely different…

I’m sure most folks reading this expected me to be at Anarchy last night. That was the plan, but I found myself being drawn to the NWA Atlanta show. Some of the matchups intrigued me, and I was curious to see how things were shaping up with Rick Michaels doing the booking. Little did I know that I was in for some pleasant surprises.

I had attended only one NWA Atlanta event previous to last night. That was in the summer of 2012 at the Stockbridge Middle School. It wasn’t a bad show. On the other hand, it did not compel me to go back for more.

I had not seen a show at Metro Auction in Locust Grove since Jody Hamilton ran a few DSW shows there the summer of 2007 after WWE severed their development deal. The venue has been upgraded considerably from the crude set up Hamilton used. The dim lighting and cramped quarters give the building a vibe all its own, and it’s one that works well for pro wrestling.

It’s hard to argue with success at the box office, and NWA Atlanta is certainly experiencing that. There last show was SRO, and the place was packed last night, with somewhere in the range of 175-200 in attendance. The roster changes and storylines that Michaels has put in surely appear to be working.

I enjoyed the show. It was a compact, well-paced event: five matches that all served a purpose and a running time of 2 hours and 30 minutes. The wrestling isn’t on the level of Anarchy, but it’s quite acceptable and a whole lot better than what I saw in 2012.

For what it’s worth, NWA Atlanta is the only wrestling promotion in Georgia affiliated with the National Wrestling Alliance. Three NWA Georgia championships are based here. Tyson Dean and Andy Anderson have been traveling to NWA Southern All-‘Star Wrestling in Nashville where they hold the NWA Southern Tag Team Championship. I was surprised that no announcement was made about Hiroyoshi Tenzan winning the NWA World Heavyweight Champion from Rob Conway, especially since Conway made a title defense against Dean for NWA Atlanta. 

WWA4 in Atlanta on March 5

From GWH News:
 
WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on February 5. The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive. Admission is free. Bell time is free.

Anarchy Wrestling Report from Cornelia on February 28

From Anarchy Wrestling:

Attendance 150

Jeremy Foster defeated Trever Aeon to retain the Young Lions Title. Post match, Aeon attacked Foster and laid him out before leaving the ring. Foster faces Supernatural on March 14.

Sless Taylor, Jacob Ashworth & Supernatural def "Big Ticket" Marcus Scott, Nick Brutal & Manson Craine when Ashworth pinned Craine.

In an Iron Man Series Challenge, Bobby Moore defeated Lars Manderson (with Miss Rachael). Jeff G Bailey came to ringside and threw Moore his elbow pad late in the match when led to the win. Moore faces Shaun Tempers on March 14 in the next Iron Man Series Match.

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on March 4

From GWH News:
 
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at the Davis Arena in Louisville, KY on March 4. The venue is located at 4400 Shepherdsville Road. Tickets are $5. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

March 1 Birthdays and Memoriams

Ricky Hunter, Sheik Adnan Al-Kaissy, Booker T, Scotty Riggs, and Davey Richards celebrate birthdays today.

John Stevens died at the age of 50 on this day in 1940, and Frank ‘Gorilla’ Marconi was 79 when he passed in 1997. Dave Casanova was 35 when he passed away on this day in 2002, and Charlie Harville was 83 when he died that same day.

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Entertainment Wrestling Organization Television from February 28

February 28, 2015 Episode

NWA Smoky Mountain Television from February 27

February 28, 2015 episode

ProSouth Wrestling Results from Piedmont on February 27

From Brian Slack:
 
ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on February 27. Results: Jed Johnson defeated Dusty MacWilliams. Chris McCain (w/Donnie Primetime) defeated James Hardy (w/Victoria) by DQ. Ace Haven (w/Amy Haven) defeated Britt Jackson (w/Gene Jackson) to retain the ProSouth All-Out championship. Tyler Gage & Big Tomb defeated Dameon Ceretone & Shane Daniels.

Old School Championship Wrestling in Hanahan on March 8

From GWH News:
 
Old School Championship Wrestling will be at the Hanahan Recreation Complex Gym in Hanahan, SC on March 8. Advertised: Gangrel, Brady Pierce, Scotty Matthews, Zane Riley, Eric Bradford, Asylum, Nick Kismet, Cali Casanova, Hexxon, Kevin Phoenix, Brandon Paradise, Michael Frehley, Ladies Man, Rage, Ms Harden. The venue is located at 3100 Mabeline Road. Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 13. Doors open at 4:30 PM and bell time is at 5:00.

Tipping Point Archive Now Online

From GWH News:

The February 24 edition of Tipping Point, hosted by Stephen Platinum and Larry Goodman featured an interview with Bill Behrens, a discussion of the Ring of Honor in Atlanta and the return of Exotic Eric's Movie Review of the Week.




Ohio Valley Wrestling Episode 809 Thoughts

From Jimmie Daniel:

Airing in Louisville on February 21 and available for viewing here

Since the taping last Wednesday was snowed out, they aired five matches from various 2014 Saturday Night Specials. I think they should do this periodically as I enjoyed these. It was interesting hearing different combinations of announcers on these matches.

Mobile Homers vs Ali Vaez & Hayes: McNaler got pinned and had to leave OVW but Brittany left too, and she didn't even get pinned.

I liked the in-ring interviews that also served as promotion for the 2/21 Elizabethtown event that unfortunately was cancelled due to the weather. I always enjoyed these sort of things on the USWA (where it looked like they were done in a hallway) and think OVW should do more of these on the show to promote their live events.

World Wrestling League Results from Ponce on February 21

 
"Mr. Lucha Libre" Willie Urbina welcomed everyone to the event and the usual pyro introduction went off, thus signaling the beginning of the show. Out comes “El Hacedor de Campeones” José Chaparro and introduces his new charge, Wonderful Xander. In the first match of the evening, Xander defeated "El Divo de Puerto Rico" Barbie Boy, although not before Barbie Boy stole the show and received cheers from the fans, who without a doubt enjoyed all his accustomed antics in the ring.
 
In the second match, an independent challenge from the southern shore of Puerto Rico, NWG’s Alex Raided defeated CWF’s Zack Morris.
 
Part of “La Rabia”, Niche defeated Dymes and Syler Andrews in a Triple Threat bout. Three very good prospects that WWL has here.
 
Morgan Yurnet (Mr. 450’s brother), Ace Michael & “EL Machetero” Joseph RPM defeated “La Conexión Árabe”.
 
El Sensasional” Carlitos defeated part of “Legio” Vassago, with his manager “Su Majestad” El Profe, in what a lot of fans had said was the match of the evening. The crowd was into it, expressing their approval with the chant of: "¡Esto es Lucha!".
 
During the “Gentlemen's Club” segment, its leader Richard Negrín, "El Hombre que no es Fácil" Gilbert, Escobar, "La Amenaza" Bryan, "El Latino Dorado" Joe Bravo y "El Dueño del Mundo" Tua get in the ring to talk about their enemies. Bryan had a Cuban flag, making reference to their leader Richard Negrín who’s from Cuban origin. “Mostro” comes out to confront them and he wanted to fight Negrín, but was quickly attacked and thrown out of the ring. Gilbert talked about his bout in the main event later in the evening against Ponce’s own “El León” Apolo and he just insulted the fans.
 
In a big men’s match, "Bully Guy" Mr Big, with Mistress Glenda Lee, defeated Monster Pain, who is now managed by José Chaparro. This fight literally went on all over the arena and they hit each other with everything they could find in their way. They broke chairs, tables, signs, leaving a path of destruction. Towards the end of the match, a guy named Skull came in and attacked Monster Pain with a chain, thus giving Mr. Big the opening to win the match.
 
La Artillería Pesada” Thunder & Lightning defeated “Legio’s” Spectro & Kronya with “El Profe”, via DQ. Thunder & Lightning were attacked by all members of Legio and then put into caskets. They then took them outside of the arena and set the caskets on fire.
 
The “Gentelmen's Club” combination of Tua, Joe Bravo & Escobar, accompanied by Bryan, defeated “La Rabia” (Dennis, Stefano & Noel) when at the end Niche, who up to that point was part of “La Rabia”, interferes and betrays his former group. Niche then brings out Mr. Big, who then introduces Blitz and they proclaim the reunión of “Los Rabiosos Originales”. They then proceed to challenge “La Rabia” for a match to take place at the next WWL event. “La Rabia” accepted, only to go after “Los Rabiosos” and brawl all the way to the back.
 
Mr. 450” John Yurnet vs “El Fenómeno” BJ, accompanied by Pablito, for the WWL Americas championship was a major league’s match presented by these two gladiators. Escobar came in and distracted the referee, while Joe Bravo knocked out BJ by punching him with brass knuckles. Mr. 450 goes for his patented 450 splash and wins the match, only to be attacked by the “Gentlemen's Club”. Richard Negrín then brings referee Eliezer "Picachu" Rosado making him count Bravo’s pin of 450, thus Bravo becoming the new WWL Americas champion. The attacked then continued on Mr. 450 until BJ and Carlitos came in for the save, but 450 refused to join them and left the ring furious going after the “Gentlemen's Club”.
 
In the main event, Gilbert came to the ring and was wearing the team jersey for the Ponce Leones, the Superior Basketball League’s national champions. He then threw the jersey on the canvas and started to kick it and stomp on it until the referee, Ángel “Primetime” Rodríguez stops him from continuing to humiliate his hometown, only to be stopped himself by a punch to the jaw by Gilbert. We then hear Apolo’s entrance music and he comes out to the ring to begin the match. Gilbert defeats Apolo using as leverage a handful of tights. Shane “The Glamour Boy” came to the ring and brought referee “Primetime” who told the referee in the ring, Ángel "Fray Paco" Nieves, who then tells Apolo and Gilbert to continue the match, but the “Gentlemen's Club” attacked Apolo causing the DQ, making him the number 1 contender to Alberto “El Patrón’s” WWL World Heavyweight title. The attack on Apolo continues and out comes Shane to make the save, but he is overpowered by the group. Then Savio Vega arrives in the scene and clears the ring with his bat. Savio then tells Negrín that his contract states the he cannot be fired for 5 years or else he would automatically receive 75% of the company if he does not comply with what is stipulated on the contract. Negrín cannot hold his fury and has to be restrained by the members of the Gentlemen’s Club. To conclude the event, Savio Vega tells them that now more than ever, things will continue to be: “a mi manera, o pa’ la calle!!” (my way, or the highway!!)

Flatline Pro Wrestling in Grovetown on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Flatline Pro Wrestling will be at the Patriots Park Gymnasium in Grovetown, GA on March 7. Advertised: Anthony Henry defends the Flatline championship against Antrone "Da Fireman" Brewer. Devon Wright will be the guest referee for the match. CB Suave defends the Flatline Pulse championship against JC Walker. "The Sin City Saint" Brandon Parker vs. Shane Hexxon in a street fight. The venue is located at 5445 Columbia Road. Tickets are $15 front row, $10 general admission and free for children under 6. Doors open at 7:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Hard Times Championship Wrestling in Waco on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Hard Times Championship Wrestling will be at the Waco City Hall in Waco, GA on March 7. Advertised: Color of Success vs. Extremely Lethal in tag team elimination match. Major Havoc vs. Tony "Cobra" Calhoun in a last man standing match. The venue is located at 185 Atlantic Avenue. Tickets are $10 ringside and $8 general admission. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

North Carolina Wrestling Association in Thomasville on March 7

From GWH News:
 
North Carolina Wrestling Association will be at the Thomasville Middle School in Thomasville, NC on March 7. Advertised: Buff Bagwell defends the NCWA championship against Gunner. Mid-Atlantic Outlaws (Matt Houston & Louis Moore) defends the NCWA Tag Team championships against the Face of Fear (Meng & Barbarian). George South & George South Jr vs. The Boogie Woogie Menz (Rob McBride & Jimmy Valiant). The venue is located at 400 Unity Street. Tickets are $15 at the door gold circle, $12 advance gold circle, $12 at the door ringside, $10 advance ringside and $10 general admission. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Peachstate Wrestling Alliance in Carrollton on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Peachstate Wrestling Alliance will be at the VFW Fairgrounds in Carrollton, GA on March 7 for Battle Bowl IV. Advertised: Adam Jacobs, "The French Sensation" Romeo, "The Revelation" Shane Marx, Trevor Aeon, Geter, Iceberg, Jimmy Rave, Josh Magnum, Sal Rinauro, "As Seen on TV" Nigel Sherrod, Fry Daddy, Dusty MacWilliams, Amos Moses, "The Last Hero" Ace Haven, Jeremy Foster, Jed Johnson, "DP3" Donnie Primetime, Kevin Blue, Chris Spectra, Mike Posey, Andy Anderson, Sean Nelson, Britt Jackson, Stanley Summerville, Chris Cox, Adam Roberts, Tyler Gage, Curry Kid, Abeyratna. The venue is located at 1625 Bankhead Highway. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Platinum Championship Wrestling in Porterdale on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Platinum Championship Wrestling will be at the Main Event Wrestling Arena in Porterdale, GA on March 7. Advertised: Johnny Danger vs. The Carpenter. The venue is located at 2001 Main Street. Bell time is at 6:00 PM.

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling in Monroe on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Southern Fried Championship Wrestling will be at Nowell Rec Center in Monroe, GA on March 7. Advertised: Jagged Edge vs. Drew Adler. "The Real" Slim J defends the SFCW Cruiserweight cup against "The Undead Luchador" Supernatural. Nigel Sherrod defends the SFCW Monroe City championship against Colt Callaway. Azrael (w/Shedevil Crystal) vs. Josh Storm (w/Pandora). Logan Creed vs. Jacob Ashworth. Beautiful Bald Besties ("Marvelous" Michael Stevens & "Encore" Zac Edwards) defends the SFCW Tag Team championships against Twisted & Damien Silva. Roscoe Ray vs. Chris Nelms. Jamie Holmes vs. Big Andy. The venue is located at 201 W Spring Street. Tickets are $12 ringside, $10 general admission, $5 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Syndicate Promotions Wrestling in Columbus on March 7

From GWH News:
 
Syndicate Promotion Wrestling will be at the Syndicate Event Center in Columbus, GA on March 7. Advertised: Reku vs. J-Rod. Shock & Awe (Big Daddy Osborne & SGT Williams) vs. Sin City Mafia (CJ Awesome & Bubba Rage). Death Row vs. El Satanico. Grizz vs. Axel Ross. Stunt Marshall vs. Johnny Laww. Odinson vs. Solution. Tickets are $10 and free for children under 11. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.