Monday, February 8, 2016

February 8 Birthdays and Memoriams

Misty Blue Simmes, Big Show, and Corey Hollis celebrate birthdays today.

Irish Jackie died at the age of 69 on this day in 2000, and Bob Luce was 78 when he passed away in 2007. James Jefferson (a/k/a Spike of the Mod Squad) passed away at 52 on this day in 2013.

Sunday, February 7, 2016

Platinum Championship Wrestling Report from Porterdale on February 6

From Alicia Stockton:

Match 1: Tyson Dean (w/Brooklyn Page) vs. Brian Blaze

Tyson Dean came out looking at himself and talking to himself in the mirror. He had the crowd riled up with his arrogance and smarmy backtalk. Blaze worked Dean's arm hard, then slammed him. Blaze hit Dean with elbows, then slammed him again for a two count. Dean hit Blaze with a spinebuster, but spent so much time posing and posturing that Blaze got a rollup victory. Dean was pissed about it, and took out his anger on Blaze after the loss. The heat the crowd showed for Dean's arrogance combined with their love of Brian Blaze made it a good opening contest.

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling Results from Monroe on February 6

From SFCW:

Results from the Nowell Rec Center with attendance of 275-280.

Show opened with Commissioner Tim Rice being sent home by owner Charles Anschutz much to the tremendous delight of the faithful who sang him right out the door.

Clyde Braddock & Brian Kane over the Beautiful Bald Besties (Michael Stevens & Zac Edwards) by DQ after interference from Drew Adler and Sal Rinauro. Odinson and Slim J evened up the odds to a roaring approval.

Trinity (with a handful of tights) over Damien Bennett and Dax Anthony. Look for more from D2 as they looked great and were really over with the crowd.

Empire Wrestling "Long Cold Winter" Report from Rossville on February 6

From Larry Goodman:

Empire Wrestling presented their quarterly supershow “Long Cold Winter” in Rossville Saturday night in front of a full house of over 250 fans.

The show was without one third of the triple man event due to the illness of champion Bobby Hayes. That match wasn’t really missed because the other two main delivered big time.

Empire has demonstrated a willingness to push the envelope on their big shows. “Long Cold Winter” took it to the extreme with a gory death match that was as sick as they come.

The topper was an 8 way ladder match for the Empire Cruiserweight Championship that was a spellbinding spectacle to behold.

I enjoyed this show as I have each of the major Empire events that I have had the pleasure of attending. That said, this was my least favorite among them due to the uninspiring undercard and dearth of quality wrestling. I suspect I'm in the minority. The show seemed to be very well received by the Empire fans.

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling in East Ridge on February 13

From GWH News:

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling will be at the UEW Arena in East Ridge, GA on February 13.  The venue is located at 410 Scruggs Road.  Tickets are $7 adults and $3 children.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Empire Wrestling Entertainment in Rossville on February 13

From GWH News:

Empire Wrestling Entertainment will be at the Empire Arena in Rossville, GA on February 13.  The venue is located at 22 Austin Avenue.  Tickets are $8 adults and $5 children.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

CWF Mid-Atlantic in Gibsonville on February 13

From GWH News:

CWF Mid-Atlantic will be at the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium in Gibsonville, NC on February 13.  Advertised:  The All-Stars (Roy Wilkins & Walter Eaton) vs. The Dynasty (Ric Converse & Xsiris) vs. The Aftermath (Trevor Lee & Chet Sterling) in a triple threat match.  Kamakazi Kid (w/Chappy) vs. Nick Richards.  Smith Garrett defends the CWF Mid-Atlantic Television championship against Aric Andrews.  Also advertised are Arik Royal, Ray Kandrack, "The Indestructible" Lance Lude, Jesse Adler, Prakash Sabar, Mecha Mercenary, Ethan Alexander Sharpe.  The venue is located at 1001 Springwood Avenue.  Tickets are $25 VIP, $15 at the door general admission and $10 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on February 12

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on February 12.  The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 7:40 PM and bell time is a 8:20.

WWA4 in Atlanta on February 11

From GWH News:

WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on February 11.  The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on February 10

From GWH News:

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

World Xtreme Wrestling Results from Miami on February 6

From Brian Slack:

World Xtreme Wrestling was in Miami, FL on February 6.  Results:  Team Maluta (Sean Maluta, Aleki & Ati) defeated The Prophsey ("The Prophet" Alex G, Reggie Rhythm & Wildman Rojas) in the cage turmoil match after The Beast tore off the cage door and attacked The Prophesy.  ERA (w/Raquel) defeated "The A-Lister" Jaxen Blade (w/Angelina Cruz) by count out.  Blade retains the WXW Heavyweight championship.  The Beast defeated "Your Hero" Nick Nero.  Gabi Castrovinci defeated Raquel and Regina in a three way match to become the #1 contender for the WXW Women's championship.  "Sweet" Johnny Velvet & Big O defeated The New Breed (Vinny Mac & Diamond Kid).  PRS defeated "The New Orleans King" Devin.  J-Dawg Brooks defeated Lockjaw.

WWE NXT Results from Bartow on February 6

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Bartow, FL on February 6.  Results:  The Hype Bros (Mojo Rawley & Zack Ryder) defeated The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch) in a 2 out of 3 falls match.  Aliyah, Hugo Knox & Tucker Knight defeated Mandy Rose, Riddick Moss & Tino Sabbatelli.  Apollo Crews defeated Elias Samson.  Manny Andrade defeated Chris Girard.  Alex Riley defeated Angelo Dawkins.  King Constantine & Thomas Kingdom defeated Caesar & Kenneth Crawford.  Josh Woods defeated Steve Cutler.

Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on February 6

From Brian Slack:

Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on February 6.  Results:  "Wrestling's Rockstar" Ryan Howe defeated Rocco Bellagio (w/Josh Ashcraft) by DQ to retain the OVW Heavyweight championship after Bellagio hits Howe with the championship belt.  After the match, Bellagio attacked Howe.  The Van Zandt Family Circus ("Dapper" Dan Van Zandt & Ringmaster) defeated "The Heart & Soul of OVW" Rump Thump & "Ladies' Man" Leon Shelly.  Tyler Matrix defeated "The Technical Titan" Eric Locker in a 2 out of 3 falls match.  Adam Revolver defeated Private Anthony in a 10 minute challenge match after time expired to win a future shot at the OVW Southern Tag Team championship match.  After the match, Private Anthony attacked Revolver.  The Assassin defeated Eddie Knox (w/"Bad Boy" Shane Andrews) by DQ after Andrews attacked The Assassin.  Maria James defeated "Bad Girl" Jessie Belle to win the OVW Women's championship.  "Party Starter" Bud Dwight defeated "Primetime" Robbie Walker.  

Flatline Pro Wrestling Results from Grovetown on February 6

From Brian Slack:

Flatline Pro Wrestling was in Grovetown, GA on February 6.  Results:  Jimmy Rave defeated Anthony Henry.  After the match, Henry attacked referee Chris Wiggins.  Billy Brash defeated Gil Quest.  Brandon Parker defeated Owen Knight.  Chris Mayne defeated Damon Rashad.  Da Fireman defeated Kid Riot.  Shane Hexxon defeated Wade Adams.

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling Results from East Ridge on February 5

From GWH News:

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling was in East Ridge, TN on February 5.  Results:  Damien Wayne defeated Ray Fury to retain the AIWF World Heavyweight championship.  Drew Game defeated Chase Jordan to retain the AIWF Americas championship.  "The Tokyo Monster" Kahagas defeated Zane Riley.  The Centerfolds (Keith Arden & Luke Patterson) defeated Corey Dye & Deon Mercer.  Shane Daniels defeated Menace to retain the UEW championship.  Noise Pollution & Joey Idol defeated Irvin Legend & the Mixed Ones.  Brian Rivers defeated James Anthony to retain the MCW Heavyweight championship.  Gregory McDaniel defeated The Mad Hatter.

Championship Wrestling Entertainment Results from Fort Pierce on February 5

From GWH News:

Championship Wrestling Entertainment was in Fort Pierce, FL on February 5.  Results:  Rhett Giddins defeated Tyranus and Irish Jack in a three way match.  The LWO (Lince Dorado & Jon Cruz) defeated The Dream Boats (Ace Andrews & Rex Bacchus) by DQ.  Raquel defeated Shaniah Arlyana.  JB Cool defeated Craig Classic.  Rhett Giddins defeated Braydon Knight.  TECH Squad (TC Reed & Mike Monroe) defeated Reggie Rhythm & Jester Yorick.  Shaniah Arlyana defeated Dominique Fabiano.  J-Dawg Brooks & Mad Dawg Wilson defeated Jamal King & Jay Prince.  El Heroe Byronico defeated Chico Adams.  Slade Porter & Josh Parker defeated Richard Delicious & Derek Steele.

All-Star Wrestling Network Results from Fort Valley on February 5

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network was in Fort Valley, GA on February 5.  Results:  Drew Adler defeated Adrian Armour.  Dax Anthony & Johnny Nixx defeated the Beautiful Bald Besties ("Marvelous" Michael Stevens & "Encore" Zac Edwards).  Fry Daddy defeated Effy Gibbs.  Sal Rinauro defeated Shane Curtis.  Bill the Butcher defeated Damien Bennett.  Murder One defeated Stunt Marshall.

February 7 Birthdays and Memoriams

Rip Rogers and Keith Steinborn celebrate birthdays today.

Buzz Sawyer was 32 when he died on this day in 1992.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Peach State Pandemonium Archive Online

Thursday’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Bobby Simmons, Jay West, Jerry Oates & Mike Norris took a trip down memory lane and took a look at how wrestling was in the days of territories.

Click here for the archive

WWE NXT Results from Nashville on February 5

From Orgasmic Fury:

NXT returned to the War Memorial Auditorium Friday for the 2nd appearance in Nashville. I had never been to the WMA & I have to say what an interesting venue! I loved the old architecture & the intimacy of the place. I sat on the floor & while it was pretty tight quarters, the cushioned chairs were comfortable. I couldn't tell you how the seating was in the balcony. The lighting was very similar to what ROH has done at the Fairgrounds & that wasn't a good thing. The only restrooms were downstairs which was kind of a pain but were large, modern & clean. The show wasn't a sellout but not far from it & the crowd was hot all night. Here are the results: 

1)Asuka beat Alexa Bliss with the Asuka Lock in a solid opener. I was happy to see Asuka as was the rest of the crowd. 

2)Blake & Murphy beat Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa. Gargano & Ciampa were excellent in this match & were on offense for most of it. They were also very over. Push these guys already! 

3)Nia Jax beat Billie Kay in a one-sided match. I wasn't that impressed by Kay here but did enjoy her stripper gimmick. 

4)Sami Zayn beat Baron Corbin with a Helluva Kick. Zayn got the loudest pop & best reception of the night. Probably the best match of the night as well. Good work by both guys. This led to a 15 minute intermission. 

5)American Alpha beat Dash & Dawson by DQ in a tag title match after one of D&D pulled the ref out of the ring while making a count for what would of been a win. Solid action. 

6)Bayley pinned Emma to retain the women's championship with the Bayley-to-Belly. Super fun match as Bayley rivaled Zayn's crowd reaction. Lot's of chants for Bayley in this one. 

7)Finn Balor beat Samoa Joe with the Coup de GrĂ¢ce in a good match to retain the NXT title. Finn was over like you would expect but I didn't think as much as Zayn or Bayley. Could of been because of his opponent. Match started slow & built nicely but ended as it was about to go to the next level. I'm expecting a hell of match between these two in Dallas. 

Good, fun show that gave you more than the usual WWE house show. Balor talked after his match about how special NXT has become & how special this crew was & put over the fans as well. A rumor I read on twitter was that Balor left on crutches with an ankle injury. I would take that report with a grain of salt as I didn't see any indication of him being hurt but I didn't stick around to watch him exit the ring after it was over so he could have. 

WWE NXT Results from Lakeland on February 5

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Lakeland, FL on February 5.  Results:  The Hype Bros (Mojo Rawley & Zack Ryder) defeated The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch).  Peyton Royce defeated Liv Morgan.  Manny Andrade defeated Steve Cutler.  Apollo Crews defeated Tino Sabbateli.  Elias Samson defeated Chris Girard.  Riddick Moss defeated Patrick Clark.  Adrienne Reese & Mandy Rose defeated Aliyah & Daria.  Hugo Knox defeated Tucker Knight.

ProSouth Wrestling Results from Piedmont on February 5

From Brian Slack:

ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on February 5.  Results:  Dameon Ceretone vs. Tyler Gage ended in a no contest.  Donnie Primetime defeated Steven Michaels.  Big Tomb & Ace Haven (w/Amy Haven) defeated Scott Spade & Jed Johnson.  Charles Zanders (w/Mathias Darkthorne) defeated Britt Jackson.  Scott Aries (w/Andrew Aries) defeated Super Soldier #7.

Global Championship Wrestling Television from February 5

Season 4 Episode 22

John Wrestling Promotion Television from February 5

Episode 16

NWA Smoky Mountain Television from February 5

February 6, 2016 episode

Perfect World of Wrestling Television from February 6

Episode 130

WWE NXT Results from Memphis on February 4

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Memphis, TN on February 4.  Results:  Finn Balor defeated Baron Corbin to retain the WWE NXT championship.  Bayley defeated Nia Jax to retain the WWE NXT Women's championship.  Dash Wilder & Scott Dawson defeated Johnny Gargano & Tommaso Ciampa to retain the WWE NXT Tag Team championships.  Samoa Joe defeated Sami Zayn by submission.  Alexa Bliss defeated Billie Kay.  America Alpha (Chad Gable & Jason Jordan) defeated Blake & Murphy.  Asuka defeated Emma by submission.

Georgia Premier Wrestling Report from Canton on February 5 with Styles vs. Hollis

From Larry Goodman:

AJ Styles made his last independent wrestling appearance for the foreseeable future last night in Canton, Georgia. It was a great sendoff. 

Styles went out in style in a match versus ROH star Corey Hollis. Both men had their work boots. Hollis was nervous about the match. With performances like this one, he has nothing to worry about.

The show was a huge success for Georgia Premier Wrestling drawing a sellout crowd of 475 to the Old Buffington School Gym. The folks that drove for hours to see Styles got more than they bargained for, as this was an overall excellent family-oriented show with something for everyone.

It was the quintessential atmosphere for a southern independent wrestling show – an old gymnasium packed to the gills with fans acting like they were starved for pro wrestling.

GPW is an offshoot of “Big Wood’ Greg Hullender’s Deep Southern Championship Wrestling with Darryl Morris as Woody’s promotional partner. GPW is edgier than DSCW but still well within the bounds of a family friendly.show. 

I questioned how the majority of the crowd, non-DSCW fans coming to see the big stars would react to DSCW’s regular crew. The answer was shockingly well. The crowd was hot from beginning to end. The fans seemed to have no problem getting into DSCW’s cast of characters.

Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on February 3

From Brian Slack:

Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on February 3 for a TV taping.  Results:

Dark matches:  Tyler Matrix defeated "Bad Boy" Shane Andrews (w/Jessie Belle).  The Assassin & "The Ladies Man" Leon Shelly defeated "Ravishing" Ronnie Roberts & Eddie Knox by DQ.

Episode 859:  "Wrestling's Rockstar" Ryan Howe & Big Jon vs. Rocco Bellagio & Devin Driscoll (w/Josh Ashcraft & Casey Reeves) ended in a no contest.  Private Anthony defeated Reverend Stuart Miles.  "The Heart & Soul of OVW" Rump Thump defeated "Dapper" Dan Van Zandt (w/Ringmaster).  After the match, Ringmaster & Van Zandt attacked Thump until Leon Shelly made the save.  "The Chosen One" Mitch Huff defeated "The Technical Titan" Eric Locker after Locker got distracted by Tyler Matrix.  After the match, an unknown man attacked Huff.

Dark matches:  Maria James defeated Nutty Nancy.  "Primetime" Robbie Walker defeated "The Party Starter" Bud Dwight.  

Real Pro Wrestling Results from Fort Myers on February 2

From GWH News:

Real Pro Wrestling was in Fort Myers, FL on February 2.  Results:  Dravin Frost & Zack Monstar defeated Maxx Stardom & Sideshow in a no DQ match.  Blanco Loco defeatd Marcos to retain the ACW Light Heavyweight championship.  Neurosis defeated Cubantude.  Joey Bydafoodcourt & Boston Bad Boy defeated Tim Serrago & Michael Kai Rayne.  Michael Sky defeated Damian James, Gabriel Black and Slade Porter in a four way elimination match.  The Dream Boats (Ace Andrews & Rex Bacchus) defeated Troy Hollywood & CT Brown to retain the RPW Tag Team championships.  Syther defeated Aryeah Amor.

World Xtreme Wrestling Results from Minneola on January 30

From GWH News:

World Xtreme Wrestling was in Minneola, FL on January 30.  Results:  The Prophesy ("The Prophet" Alex G & Reggie Rhythm) vs. Sean Maluta & Wildman Rojas ended in a no contest after Rojas attacked Maluta and rejoined The Prophesy.  Big O defeated Dave Montezuma.  "Outcast" Jorel Ganzy defeated Ace Radic to win the WXW cruiserweight championship.  The Samoan Hawaiian Island Tribe (Aleki & Ati) defeated The New Breed (Vinny Mac & Diamond Kid).  Devin vs. "Gold Standard" Kelly Iverson was a no contest after The Beast entered the ring and attacked everyone.  "Sweet" Johnny Velvet defeated Frankie Burbank.  Jamie D defeated Regina, Raquel and Gabi Castronvinci in a fatal four way to win the vacant WXW Women's championship.  ERA was the guest referee for the match.  The championship was vacated at the beginning of the show by then champion Dynamite DiDi due to a lingering knee injury.

West Virginia Championship Wrestling Television from January 30

Episode 265

World Wrestling Council Television from January 31

January 31, 2016 episode

February 6 Birthdays and Memoriams

Konnor (a/k/a Conor O’Brian) and Jess Wade celebrate birthdays today.

‘Bulldog’ Bob Brown died at the age of 60 on this day in 1997, and Tony Olivas (a/k/a the Elephant Boy) was 86 when he passed in 2008. Rick Lancaster passed away at 58 on this day in 2012.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Why We Wrestle Press Release

From Why We Wrestle:

Hello fans of wrestling,

January is in the books. February 13th is just a few weeks around the corner. It was said at the beginning of this operation that it would be a trial by fire. Financial situations and timing ended up jiving pretty well, but situations out of our control have put repeated speed bumps in our path. as dany mentioned when we sat down and drew out the January 9th "Year Zero" card, it looked tremendous on paper. We were gonna have a reunion of sorts in one of the most important buildings in southern wrestling, and we were going to spark the catalyst that would keep wrestling going well into the future. In the two months between when the show was put on paper, and finally executed, nine different individuals had pulled out. NINE. That is a decent percentage of a standard card. There were multiple reasons from scheduling conflicts, to family situations, to better opportunities, you name it. But we did it. We put on a great show and had people ready for the next one. Hell, even with people getting stuck in the mud, we still had people wanting to come back. Then our weekend of winter hit. I swear, there is something crazy going on in the weather these days. One day it is 71 degrees there, the next dany is calling me because the pipes had frozen and busted. Well here we are January 23rd where it is about 30 degrees everywhere around Cornelia, for about 4 days. People were not able to make it, again the card had to change, the audience was lacking, and we only had five matches. But those five matches were pretty damn good and the people that braved the cold to come to the Church saw something special. They saw guys busting their ass in frigid temperatures doing what they love, and showing everyone WHY.

So February 13th is set to be more first round action, and we already have to make adjustments.
Murder-1 Is unable to make it due to prior obligations. This leaves Sugar Dunkerton without an opponent.

Also, over in the Carolina area with PWX Wrestling, Elijah Evans IV turned on his former partner Ethan Case attacking him after his match. We had these two scheduled to face each other in the first round to see a friendly competition between two partners, but Elijah Evans IV has said that he has no need for Ethan Case or Why We Wrestle, and has refused to show up.

So that is how it happens. People just can't do it, they can't make it. Some have bigger priorities, some have family emergencies, some would rather watch another show than be on this one, who is to say who is right or wrong? I surely am not. But I do know about another "some". Some want to fight. Some want to wrestle. Some want to build and add on to a Legacy. Some want to make magic twice a month. Some want to show you Why We Wrestle.

FEBRUARY 13th.

Round 1 Tournament Action:
"The Feature Presentation" Jeff Lewis
vs
"The Priest of Punishment" Mikael Judas

Round 1 Tournament Action:
Triple Crown Champion
"Wild" Billy Buck
vs
Anthony Henry w/ Amber Young

Round 1 Tournament Action:
CB Suave
vs
Geter

Round 1 Tournament Action:
"The Deadly Sin" Se7en
vs
"The Son of Satan" Azrael

Round 1 Tournament Action:
Kyle Matthews
vs
Black Baron

Scheduled to appear:
Sugar Dunkerton
Ethan Case

Humbly,
zero

February 5 Birthdays and Memoriams

Susie Spirit and Madison Rayne celebrate birthdays today.

Chris Belkas died at the age of 63 on this day in 1982, and El Santo was 66 when he passed in 1984. Renato Torres passed away on this day in 2009.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

North American Wrestling Alliance News and Notes

From Jeff Richards:

NEWLAND (NC) -- Since attaching itself to the North American Wrestling Alliance (NAWA) banner, the formerly known as Western Carolina Professional Wrestling is continuing to evolve. As it started out as, the promotion spearheaded by Jason Freeman drew another remarkable crowd this past Saturday (1/30) ten miles out of Boone, NC. The snow had melted, and fans were hungry for some good action at the Rock Gym.

WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Valiant was on hand, scheduled to work a match against Tony Benge. Valiant was unable to come to town early and promote the show like normal. Some might believe that if you blow really hard you could knock him over, but legends do draw. Deon Johnson pulled himself from the show late Saturday afternoon, having an emergency at work. He will debut for the NAWA this Saturday (2/6) in Drexel, NC.


Fans of Wrestling Archive Online


From GWH News:

Patrick, Danny Danger, & Mike Prime welcome Maxwell Baumbach to preview Freelance Wrestling's "The Scene is Dead, Long Live the Scene" Also, Patrick & Danny Danger get together to talk to "The Bruiserweight" Corey Hollis. We also discuss the Awesome Kong/Reby Sky incident, possible Undertaker opponents, NXT Takeover: Dallas card, & more.

World Wrestling Council in Yabucoa on February 6

From GWH News:

World Wrestling Council will be at the Dr Pedro Albizu Campos Coliseum in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico on February 6.  Advertised:  El Chicano vs. "El Sensacional" Carlitos.  Lightning vs. The Mighty Ursus (w/Juan Manuel Ortega).  Angel Fashion (w/Vanilla Vargas) defends the WWC Puerto Rican championship against "Gentleman" Joe Bravo.  La Revolucion (w/"Pretty Boy" Orlando Toledo) defends the WWC Tag Team championship against Mike Mendoza & El Cuervo.  "Mr San Juan" Tommy Diablo defends the WWC Junior Heavyweight championship against Rikochet.  Chicky Starr vs. El Diabolico.  Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 11.  Tickets go on sale at 2:00 PM and bell time is at 8:30.

West Virginia Championship Wrestling in Princeton on February 6

From GWH News:

West Virginia Championship Wrestling will be at the Princeton Recreation Center in Princeton, WV on February 6.  Advertised:  Frank Parker defends the West Virginia Heavyweight championship against Drake Tungsten (w/William Lavell).  Timmy Lou Retton vs. Jock Samson.  The winner of the match will be added to the WVCW Coalfield Heritage championship match.  Benny Conley, Jack Miller & Anthony Perdue vs. Boris Petrov & The Russian Invasion.  Chase Owens vs. Ethan Case.  The Mighty Hojo defends the WVCW Coalfield Heritage championship four way elimination match against Rusty Shank, Danny Romero and the winner of the Samson/Retton match.  "Notorious" Nick Hammonds defends the NWA Mountain Empire championship against Onslaught.  The venue is located at 201 Morrison Drive.  Tickets are $10 adults, $5 students (w/student ID), $5 all ladies, free for children under 6 and free for military & emergency services personnel.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.


USA Championship Wrestling in Covington on February 6

From GWH News:

USA Championship Wrestling will be at Crestview Middle School in Covington, TN on February 6.  Advertised:  Jerry "The King" Lawler vs. Daniel Eads.  Matt Boyce vs. Matt Starr.  Shawn Hoodrich & Bryan Valor vs. Cody Morton & Nathan Starr.  "Superstar" Bill Dundee vs. Kevin White.  Derrick King vs. Danny Dollar.  Kevin Zion vs. Chris Michaels.  The venue is located at 201 Mark Walker Junior Boulevard.  Tickets are $10.  Bell time is at 7:00 PM.


Universal Independent Wrestling in Temple on February 6

From GWH News:

Universal Independent Wrestling will be at Temple High School in Temple, GA on February 6 for a fundraiser for Eli Daniels.  Advertised:  Murder One, Adrian Armour, Paul Coldhard, The Curry Kidd, Supernatural, Ace Haven, Donnie Primetime, Britt Jackson, Josh Storm, Frankie Valentine, Sylar Cross, Brad Lynch, Brian Alexander, Billy Knight, The Mercenary, Joey Michaels, "Playboy" Sean Nelson, EDawg Calliou, JC Pain.  The venue is located at 589 Sage Street.  Tickets are $10 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.


New Wrestling Empire in Dorado on February 6

From GWH News:

New Wrestling Empire will be at the Barrio San Carlos Arena in Dorado, Puerto Rico on February 6.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:30 PM.

Hottest Stars of Wrestling in Luquillo on February 6

From GWH News:

Hottest Stars of Wrestling will be at the Damaso Rosa Arena in Luquillo, Puerto Rico on February 6.  Advertised:  Chief Attakullakulla vs. "El Boricua Mayor" Savio Vega.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

AWF World of Wild in Ringgold on February 6

From GWH News:

AWF World of Wild will be at the AWF Arena in Ringgold, GA on February 6.  Advertised:  Fly Guy vs. "Nature Boy" Paul Lee.  Zyeth Cage vs. Lex Lee.  Kevin Kaufman vs. JP Magnum.  Ironmann vs. Justin Case.  The venue is located at 4193 Highway 41.  Tickets are $12 at the door ringside, $10 advance ringside, $10 at the door general admission, $8 advance general admission and free for children ages 3-10.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.


USA Championship Wrestling in Selmer on February 5

From GWH News:

USA Championship Wrestling will be at the Selmer Community Center in Selmer, TN on February 5.  Advertised:  The Starr Twins (Matt Starr & Nathan Starr) vs. The Young Lions (Lex Lee & Kevin Kaufman).  Steve O vs. Derrick King.  Danny Dollar vs. Daniel Eads.  Kevin Zion vs. Bam Bam Bundy.  The venue is located at 230 N 5th Street.  Tickets are $10 adults and $8 students.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling in East Ridge on February 5

From GWH News:

Ultimate Extreme Wrestling will be at the UEW Arena in East Ridge, TN on February 5.  Advertised:  Damien Wayne defends the AIWF World Heavyweight championship against Ray Fury.  Drew Game defends the AIWF Americas championship against Chase Jordan.  Shane Daniels defends the UEW championship against Menace.  Brian Rivers defends the MCW Heavyweight championship in a Texas bullrope match against James Anthony.  The venue is located at 410 Scruggs Road.  Tickets are $7 adults, $3 children ages 4-11 and free for children under 4.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

New Revolution Wrestling in Aguadilla on February 5

From GWH News:

New Revolution Wrestling will be at the Residencial Aponte Arena in Aguadilla, Puerto Rico on February 5.  Advertised:  Latin Boy vs. "El Machetero Mayor" Joseph RPM.  If Latin Boy loses he & his partner must defend the NRW Tag Team championships against Joseph RPM & a partner of his choosing.  "La Guerrera" Amazona vs. Incognito.  Maleficient (w/El Elegante) vs. Emmanuel Gonzales.  Michael Rivera vs. El Rebelde Eduard.  Robert Alexander defends the NRW Intercontinental championship against El Rebelde Lobo.  Christian Taylor vs. Tyler White.  Also advertised are "El Hombre de Piedra" Olimpus, Bad Actitud, Queen Adonis.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Preview for Peach State Pandemonium

Tonight’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Bobby Simmons, Jay West, Mike Norris & Jerry Oates take a trip down memory land and look at how wrestling was in days of the territories.  

The broadcast starts at 8:00 PM ET. Click here to listen live at show time. Feel free to call (347) 324-5735 to join in the conversation.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Television from February 3

Episode 38