Monday, May 22, 2017

NWA Georgia News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

The card for July 15 in Columbus at St. Luke's Methodist Church is headlined by Rob Terry vs. Damien Wayne; Zane Stevens challenging Kahagas for the NWA National Championship and Jason Kincaid vs. Stunt Marshall for the NWA Georgia Junior Championship. Other matches include Logan Creed vs. AJ Steele for the NWA Georgia Heavyweight Championship; Mathias Starkey vs. Luscious Laron for the NWA GA Television Championship. J Rod vs. Rex Andrews for the NWA Continental Championship and Matt Gilbert vs. Badd Blood.

Glory Pro Wrestling in Crossville on May 26

From GWH News:

Glory Pro Wrestling will be at the National Guard Armory in Crossville, TN on May 26.  Advertised:  Toby Farley, Brett Ison, James Anthony, Cole-Rageous (James Cole & Caleb Courageous), Shane Smalls.  The venue is located at 144 Sparta Highway.  Tickets are $7 and free for children under 5.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

National Championship Wrestling in Cornelia on May 26

From GWH News:

National Championship Wrestling will be at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA on May 26.  Advertised:  The Jagged Edge defends the NCW Heavyweight championship against Andrew Duckworth.  Matt Gilbert vs. Deon Mercer.  The Good Ole Boys vs. NSFW.  Ryan Michaels vs. Kenji Brea.  Katie Ohno vs. Harlow O'Hara.  Logan Creed vs. Bolo.  The venue is located at 4246 Level Grove Road.  Tickets are $5.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

NWA New South Championship Wrestling in Franklin on May 26

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on May 26.  Advertised:  Jeremiah Plunkett defends the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship against Chris Michaels.  Damien Wayne & Shawn Hurley vs. John Irons & Francisco Ciatso in a no DQ match.  Gator McAlister vs. Vic the Bruiser.  Also advertised are Hammerjack, Arrick Andrews, Derek Neal, Justin Grandberry and Mr. USA.  The venue is located at 512 West Madison Street.  Tickets are $10 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

World Wrestling Council in Hatillo on May 26

From GWH News:

World Wrestling Council will be at the Pancho Deyda Coliseum in Hatillo, Puerto Rico on May 26.  Advertised:  Carlito Caribbean Cool vs. Apolo.  Thunder vs. Chicano.  Lightning vs. Gilbert.  Also advertised are El Cuervo, El Diabolico, La Revolucion, OT Fernandez, Angel and Anthony Roberts.  Tickets are $12 and $5 children under 10.  Bell time is at 8:30 PM.

Latest GWH TV Now Online

From GWH TV:

Episode 36

The latest episode of GWH TV, hosted by John "Stoney" Cannon & VPW Superstar Wade Adams, once again presents the greatest of classic wrestling from around the southeast.  See such great matches as:

-Jake Roberts VS Ronnie Garvin (Dec. 1983)
-Jeff Jarrett & Joe Leduc VS Abdul Gadaffi & Pat Rose (Memphis Classic Wrestling, 1986)
-Rick Craven VS Kevin Sullivan / Austin Idol VS Charlie Fulton (GCW, 1980)
-Jimmy Snuka & Paul Orndorff VS Gene Anderson & Jacques Goulet (Mid-Atlantic, 1978)

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May 22 Birthdays and Memoriams

Traci Brooks, Daniel Bryan, Kameron Kade, Fry Daddy, and Miguel Perez, Jr. celebrate birthdays today.

George Zaharias was 76 when he died on this day in 1984, and Mick McManus passed away at 93 in 2013.

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Mountain Championship Wrestling Results from Pikeville on May 20

From Brian Slack:

Mountain Championship Wrestling was in Pikeville, TN on May 20.  Results:  Dallas Troy defeated Chris Cross.  Eric Michaels defeated Tony Anthony.  Chris Carlton defeated Liam Cross.  Grand Moki, Little America & Big Heavy defeated DeVito, Masked Destroyer & Joey Funk.  Chase Owens defeated Shannon Hayes to retain the NWA Southeastern Heavyweight championship.  Big Rig defeated Alexander Dunn.  Thomas Cage defeated James Anthony to win the YBW United States championship.  New Age Demons defeated the Airtime Rockerz to retain the MCW Tennessee Tag Team championships.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Results from Gibsonville on May 20


2.) SIS def. ETHAN SHARPE in the first ever Man versus Woman Match on #CWFWorldwide

BRAD ATTITUDE interrupted a scheduled interview with NICK RICHARDS and berated Richards, ultimately goading him into putting his upcoming Mid-Atlantic Title shot on the line in a match later on against Attitude, winner take all. 


4.) Rising Generation League Champion CAIN JUSTICE def. #CWFWorldwide host CECIL SCOTT in a Wrestler versus Announcer Special Challenge Match. 

After the bout, Justice continued antagonizing broadcaster Brad Stutts and “HANDSOME” MITCH CONNOR who was filling in for Scott on commentary, even slapping Connor leading to a pull apart between them.

COACH GEMINI took the microphone and insisted his team had been robbed at the Kernodle Brothers Cup and robbed again at Chapel Hill. He challenged any two men to step up and face ARIK ROYAL & ROY WILKINS in tonight’s main event.

Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on May 19

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on May 19.  Results:  Dynamic Dexter & Stevie Ray Frost defeated Jeremy Cruz & Don E.  Demarko Knight defeated Sam Kooper.  Carnage defeated Brandon Bates.  Ehrin Black defeated Hoss Michaels.  Jacob Ashworth defeated James Boulevard.  Stryknyn defeated Scott Mayson.

Fire Star Pro Wrestling Results from Greensboro on May 19

From Brian Slack:

Fire Star Pro Wrestling was in Greensboro, NC on May 19.  Results:  Michael Spencer defeated Marcus Kross to retain the FSPW Southeastern championship.  Ashton Starr defeated Jaxxon Vile.  TDT defeated Deget Bundlez.  Bogg Hogg defeated Joshua Young by submission.  Cam Carter defeated Big Bite Martinez.  Dementia D'Rose defeated Quinby.  Will Huckaby defeated Mickey Fulp (w/Spencer).  AR Fox defeated Griff Garrison.

Glory Pro Wrestling Results from Crossville on May 19

The 2017 Pound 4 Pound Cup Results

Pre-Show Match - Mutant Garvin & Liam Cross
beat The Airtime Rockerz

Round 1:
1. Chase Owens defeated Frankie Swamptower via Package Piledriver.
2. James Anthony pinned Hairband after a Running Superkick.
3. Caleb Courageous defeated Alex Zayne with The SKITTLE Driver.
4. "The Freak" Draven Lee beat "Sadistic" Sean Stephens with The Crows Throne Piledriver.

Round 2:
5. Chase Owens defeated Caleb Courageous with a Package Piledriver.
6. Draven Lee pinned James Anthony after a Swanton Bomb.
**Chase Owens attacked Draven Lee after the match, smashing his already injured arm in a chair and laid him out with a Package Piledriver.**

7. Christopher Carlton & Brian Valor defeated Brett Ison & Shane Smalls after Carlton blasted Ison unconscious with the Undisputed Championship belt while Billy Lobo Jr had the referee distracted and Valor held the lifeless Pitbull in a Dragon Sleeper until the official called for the bell.

8. Draven Lee pinned Chase Owens with a Jackknife Roll Up out of nowhere to win the Glory Pro 2017 Pound 4 Pound Cup. 

ProSouth Wrestling Results from Piedmont on May 19

From Brian Slack:

ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on May 19.  Results:  Donnie Primetime defeated Kelvin Holmes.  Greenhorn Militia (B-What & Shean Christopher) defeated Left Hand Path (Austin Towers & Donnie Primetime) by DQ.  Left Hand Path retains the ProSouth Tag Team championships.  Big Tomb defeated Austin Towers.  Ayden Andrews defeated Cameron Action in a pick your poison match.  Tyler Gage defeated O'Shay Edwards in a pick your poison match.  Kevin Ryan defeated James Hardy.  N-Justice (Ace Haven & Brandon Collum)(w/Amy Haven) defeated Left Hand Path (Eric Silva & Alister Crowe).

WrestleMerica Update

From Larry Goodman:

An official company spokesman contacted GWH stating that the May 17 post on the WrestleMerica Facebook page announcing the closing of the company was untrue and unauthorized. The spokesman declined further comment as to why the company was shutting down.

That May 17 post stated WrestleMerica/Bullet Proof was shutting down related to a legal matter, details of which could not be disclosed. Sources said the legal issue was related to complaints from a former employee about an altercation with another roster member during a Wrestlemerica event last year.

The WrestleMerica website and Facebook page have since been taken down.

The Bullet Proof Dojo under Joey Mercury has not been impacted by the closing of Wrestlemerica/Bullet Proof and is moving forward with their first 12-week class as planned.

Peachstate Wrestling Alliance Report from Carrollton on May 20

Photos courtesy of Rob Brodhecker
From Larry Goodman:

Peachstate Wrestling Alliance ran their go home show for the company’s 9th anniversary event headlined by the third annual Survivor Games.

Last night’s show featured three triple threat matches involving members of the three teams participating in the Survivor Games (a variation on War Games) with a title on the line in each match.

As is always the case with the machinations of booker Rick Michaels, there was more to the story.

Ironically, for a show filled with successful storyline advances, the closing brouhaha designed to juice up the Survivor Games was the least effective among them.

Paid attendance at the VWF Fairgrounds was 233. It wouldn’t be a Peachstate show without fan drama. Police were called to the scene to investigate another alleged injury caused by a wrestler.

Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on May 17

From Brian Slack:

Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on May 17 for a TV taping.  Results:

Dark matches:  Tyler Matrix defeated Dre Blitz.  Big Zo defeated Jacob Black.

Episode 926:  Shane Andrews (w/Jessie Belle & Randy Royal) defeated Chris Michaels.  Kevin Giza vs. LJ ended in a no contest after Daniel Eads attacked both wrestlers.  Justin Smooth defeated Adam Slade.  Dapper Dan defeated Christian Hernandez.  Shannon the Dude defeated Christian Hernandez.  Jade Dawson defeated Reverend Stuart Miles to retain the OVW Television championship.

Dark match:  The Bro Godz (Colton Cage & Dustin Jackson) defeated The Veteran Connection (Apollo & Raul LaMotta).

Georgia Premier Wrestling Results from Blairsville on May 13

From GWH News:

Georgia Premier Wrestling was in Blairsville, GA on May 13.  Results:  Aiden Wright defeated Ray Ray.  Joey Lynch defeated Jason Collins.  Ray Fury defeated Cousin Shaggy.  Andrew Duckworth (w/Logan Chase III) defeated Joey Sparxs.  Cyrus the Destroyer defeated Cousin Cletus.  The Movement (Chip Hazard & Talon Williams) defeated Arron G & Matt Gilbert.

NWA Smoky Mountain Results from Kingsport on May 13

From Brian Slack:

NWA Smoky Mountain was in Kingsport, TN on May 13.  Results:  White Mike eliminated Lenny Stratton to win the 15 man Smoky Mountain Rumble match.  Jason Kincaid defeated White Mike.  The Jones Boys (Cooper Jones & Hogan Jones) defeated Savages (Gavin Daring & Skyler Kruze) to win the Model City Classic Tag Team tournament and the NWA Smoky Mountain Tag Team championships.  Timmy Lou Retton defeated Myron Reed.  The Ugly Ducklings (Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy) defeated The Heatseekers (Sigmon & Elliott Russell) to win the NWA United States Tag Team championships.  Rob Conway & Devin Driscoll defeated Mikey Muscles & ATM.  Axton Ray defeated Chris Richards by DQ.  Richards retains the NWA Smoky Mountain Television championship.  Toby Farley defeated James Drake to retain the NWA Mountain Empire championship.  Chase Owens defeated Anthony Henry to retain the NWA Southeastern Heavyweight championship.

Pro Wrestling EGO Results from Pearl on May 13

From Brian Slack:

Pro Wrestling EGO was in Pearl, MS on May 13.  Results:  Erik Silva defeated Oblivion.  The Abbey Street Boot Boys (Chuck McMullen, Shakey McMullen & Gil Quest) defeated Riot, Trever Aeon & Zombie Dragon.  O'Shay Edwards defeated Davey Vega.  Jake Parnell defeated Orion Taylor and Johnny Nixx in a three-way match to retain the Zero 1 USA Junior Heavyweight championship.  Orion Taylor defeated Johnny Nixx and Jake Parnell in a three-way match to retain the PWE Styles championship.  Gary Jay defeated Ray Fury.  Michael Elgin defeated Jon Davis by DQ after Joey Abel attacked Elgin.  Jon Davis defeated Joey Abel and Michael Elgin to retain the Federated championship and to win the PWE Pride championship.

Renegade Championship Wrestling Results from Chatsworth on May 13

From GWH News:

Renegade Championship Wrestling was in Chatsworth, GA on May 13.  Results:  Kevin Dailey defeated Kevin Ryan.  The Next of Kin defeated Big Red & Josh Vaughn.  Ethan Cage defeated Alex Michaels.  Generation Iron defeated VIP.  Jass Wade defeated Jamie Strong.  Rick Hayes vs. Paul Manson ended in a no contest.

May 21 Birthdays and Memoriams

Micah Taylor is celebrating a birthday today.

The Great Gama died at the age of 78 on this day in 1960, and Jimmy ‘Bad Boy’ Hines was 56 when he passed in 1983.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Appalachian Pro Wrestling Results from Shelbyville on May 12

From Brian Slack:

Appalachian Mountain Wrestling was in Shelbyville, KY on May 12.  Results:  Maxx Sledd defeated Casey Reeves.  Misty James defeated Big Mamma.  Jordan Clearwater defeated Beau James.  Clinton Stacy & Kyle Maggard defeated Stan Lee & Daniel Richards.  Stan Sierra defeated Larry D.

May 20 Birthdays and Memoriams

B.G. James (a/k/a Road Dogg) and Joe Black celebrate a birthday today.

Randy Savage died at the age of 58 on this day in 2011.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Tank vs. Cash Blood Feud

From Matt Griffin: 

World Wrestling League Television from May 19

May 14, 2017, episode

CWF Mid-Atlantic Television from May 17

Episode 105

Appalachian Mountain Wrestling Television from May 16

May 16, 2017, episode

Peach State Pandemonium Archive Online

Thursday’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Bobby Simmons & Jerry Oates discussed the life and career of Bobby Shane with special guest and Bobby Shane expert, Alfred Ticineto.

Click here for the archive

May 19 Birthdays and Memoriams

Dick Slater, Psicosis, and Gene Lewis celebrate birthdays today.

Kurt Von Stroheim was 76 when he died on this day in 2008.

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Anarchy Wrestling Report from Cornelia on May 13

From Anarchy Wrestling:

Report from the Landmark Arena with attendance of 160.

The Approved (Bobby Moore & Adrian Hawkins) interrupted matchmaker Dan Wilson's intro to complain about not getting their title shot. Wilson said they Cyrus The Destroyer, in an open challenge so they were no longer undefeated and tonight they weren't booked. They told Wilson he'd be sorry and left.

1) Jeremy Foster defeated Josef Von Schmidt to advance to Round 2 of The Landmark Heritage Title Tournament. Foster faces Billy Buck in Round 2 on 5/27.

2) The Nightmare defeated Torque in an action packed bout to advance to round 2 of The Landmark Heritage Title Tournament. The Nightmare will face Ryan Vega on 5/27 in Round 2.

3) Se7en (with Brad Cash) defeated "The Madman From The Ozarks" Alex Rudolph in a hard hitting clash between two beasts.

Afterwards Brad Cash responded to Tank's prior comments by challenging Tank and Iceberg to settle the issue of who deserves to be called The Devil's Rejects by facing Cash and Se7en on 5/27.

May 18 Birthdays and Memoriams

Gino Brito and the Blue Meanie celebrate birthdays today.

Boyd Pierce was 70 when he died on this day in 1999.

Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Doug Somers Obituary

From Larry Goodman:

Mr. Douglas Duane Somerson, age 65, of Temple passed away Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Mr. Somerson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on September 22, 1951. He was the son of the late Carl and Dorothy Somerson. Mr. Somerson was a professional wrestler. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one daughter, Jessica Somerson; and one brother, Russell Somerson.

Survivors include two daughters, Priscilla Romine of Oklahoma and Jennifer Black of Ranburne, AL; four sons and two daughters-in-law, Jamie and Emily Somerson of Fuquay-Varina, NC, Jordan and Ashley Somerson of Marine Corps Base, Hawaii, Frankie Mayhood of Temple, and Alex and Shawna Somerson of North Carolina; one sister, Barb Gilliland of Minneapolis, MN; two brothers, Dennis Somerson and Gene Somerson both of Minneapolis, MN; ten grandchildren; and a number of other relatives.

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 11:00 A.M. from Hutcheson’s Memorial Chapel with Rev. Bobby Simmons officiating. Also speaking will be: Rob Adonis, Bull Buchanan and Frankie Mayhood. Interment will follow in Piney Woods Cemetery with the following gentlemen serving as pallbearers: Keith Dabethum, Steve Lawler, Terry Lawler, Billy Bagley, Chic Donvan and John Rodriguez. Serving as honorary pallbearers will be: Chris Downing, Eli Daniels and all professional wrestlers in attendance.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home Friday evening from 5:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M.

Hutcheson’s Memorial Chapel & Crematory of Buchanan is in charge of the arrangements.

World Wrestling Council Television from May 14

May 14, 2017, episode

May 17 Birthdays and Memoriams

Earl Hebner, Alex Wright, Steven Walters (a/k/a Dash Wilder), Slim J, and Zach Daniels celebrate birthdays today.

Davey Boy Smith was 39 when he died on this day in 2002.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

A Georgial Legend Passes Away

From Larry Goodman:

Doug Somers passed away today at the age of 65 after a long battle with Parkinson's Disease.

I recall "Pretty Boy" Doug Somers wrestling on the undercards at the Atlanta City Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling in the late 70s. There was something unique about his look and style.

Somers, a native of Minneapolis, was best known for his AWA World Tag Team Championship run with "Playboy" Buddy Rose, managed by Sherri Martel, and their feud with the Midnight Rockers, Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty.

Somers was a beloved by many Georgia independent wrestlers.

From Murder One: 

R.I.P. Doug Somers You were a great man! I wish you could have gotten the chance to call me a pussy one more time! Love you sir!

From Jagged Edge:

Some of the best advice i have been given, came from Pretty Boy Doug Somers. It became routine for us to get together at a UIW show and sit back and just talk. Man I miss those days. I'm gonna miss him. It's strange and funny how things work because growing up in Chicago we got AWA wrestling, i watched him there. In the early part of my career, Iwas on Mid South shows with him and to end up friends i mean just sit in the car and talk friends with someone you watched as a child..... Wow. I have been blessed to have shared just a moment with this man.... And yes Mr Somers. If he moves when i say stay again..... I WILL BREAK HIS FREAKING ARM !!!! You will be missed. Rest well my friend.

Florida Indy Wrestler Passes Away

From Brian Slack:

Wayne Van Dyke, known as Richard Delicious, passed away on May 13, 2017, at the age of 29.  Van Dyke suffered a heart attack while competing in the ring at the April 29th Ronin Pro Wrestling event.  He then later suffered a second heart attack on the way to the hospital and then the third one at the hospital.  He also had a punctured lung from broken ribs from CPR.  He was put into a medically induced coma.

Peach State Pandemonium Archive Online

Thursday’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Bobby Simmons & Jerry Oates spoke with special guest webmaster, filmmaker, and historian Kurt Nielsen, who discussed his ongoing book about Plowboy Frazier

Click here for the archive

World Wrestling Council Television from May 13

May 13, 2017, episode

NWA Smoky Mountain Television from May 13

May 13, 2017, episode

Money Wrestling Promotion Television from May 12

Episode 4

AML Wrestling in Yadkinville on May 28

From GWH News:

AML Wrestling will be at the Yadkinville Elementary School Gym in Yadkinville, NC on May 28.  Advertised:  Zane Dawson defends the AML Heavyweight championship against Jack Swagger.  Da Powah vs. The Culture.  Billy Brash vs. CW Anderson.  Dante Caballero vs. White Mike.  Also advertised are Axton Ray, The Heatseekers, Caprice Coleman.  The venue is located at 305 North State Street.  Tickets are $38 row 2 super ticket, $18 ringside and $13 general admission.  Doors open at 2:30 PM and bell time is at 4:00.

Notes:  Super tickets include a meet & greet with Jack Swagger.  Those without super tickets can purchase Jack Swagger Meet & Greet tickets for $25.  Tickets for additional Jack Swagger autographs are also being sold.  Those tickets are $10 for each additional item autographed.  Admission ticket packages are also available.  The row 2 four pack is $68 and the general admission four pack is $44.

May 16 Birthdays and Memoriams

Johnny Rodz, Charles Wright (a/k/a Papa Shango), Mickie Knuckles and Mike Bennett celebrate birthdays today.

Emile ‘King Kong’ Czaja died at the age of 61 on this day in 1970, and Andy Kaufman was 35 when he passed in 1984. Little Coco passed away when he was 40 on this day in 1993. Shoichi Arai died at 36 on this day in 2002, and Alex ‘Big Dick Dudley’ Rizzo was 34 when he passed that same day. Ricky Cortez died at the age of 83 on this day in 2008.

Monday, May 15, 2017

AWF/WOW in Locust Grove on May 20

From GWH News:

AWF/WOW will be at Locust Grove High School in Locust Grove, GA on May 20.  Advertised:  Hurricane, Jax Dane, Paul Lee.  The venue is located at 3275 South Ola Road.  Tickets are $15 front row, $12 ringside and $10 bleachers.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Renegade Championship Wrestling in Chatsworth on May 20

From GWH News:

Renegade Championship Wrestling will be at the RCW Arena in Chatsworth, GA on May 20.  Advertised:  Rick Hayes defends the RCW Heavyweight championship in an open challenge.  Peewee & Big Will vs. Landon Priest & a partner that is chosen by Josh Minchew.  Ethan Cage vs. Kevin Dailey.  Josh Vaughn & Big Red vs. Deon Mercer & Nate Wilde.  Alex Michaels vs. Brent Banner.  Also advertised is Charles Allen, Jess Wade, The Dakota Outlaws.  The venue is located at 806 North 2nd Avenue.  Tickets are $6 and free for children under 7.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Platinum Championship Wrestling in Porterdale on May 20

From GWH News:

Platinum Championship Wrestling will be at the Main Event Arena in Porterdale, GA on May 20.  Advertised:  The Carpenter vs. Bill the Butcher in an I Quit match.  The venue is located at 2001 Main Street.  Tickets are $10.  Bell time is at 6:30 PM.

NWA Mid-South in Dyersburg on May 20

From GWH News:

NWA Mid-South will be at the Herb Welch WrestlePlex in Dyersburg, TN on May 20.  Advertised:  Meklakov, Matt Taylor, Jakob Edwinn, Tornado, KSwiss, WonderBoy, Morgan Williams.  The venue is located at 1827 Saint John Avenue.  Tickets are $5.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

Mountain Championship Wrestling in Pikeville on May 20

From GWH News:

Mountain Championship Wrestling will be at the MCW Arena in Pikeville, TN on May 20.  Advertised:  Chase Owens defends the NWA Southeastern Heavyweight championship against Shannon Hayes.  Also advertised is Thomas Cage, Grand Moki, New Age Demons.  The venue is located at 97 Tom Pope Road.  Tickets are $7, $5 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:05.

All-Star Wrestling Network in Fort Valley on May 19

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network will be at the AWN WrestlePlex in Fort Valley, GA on May 19.  Advertised:  Michael Stevens vs. Zac Edwards to determine the #1 contender for the AWN Heavyweight championship.  Also advertised is Fry Daddy.  The venue is located at 1361 Peach Parkway.  Tickets are $8 ringside and $7 general admission.  Doors open at 7:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

Glory Pro Wrestling in Crossville on May 19

From GWH News:

Glory Pro Wrestling will be at the National Guard Armory in Crossville, TN on May 19.  Advertised:  Chase Owens, James Anthony, Draven Lee, Hairband, Caleb Courageous, Frankie Swamptower, Sean Stephens.  The venue is located at 144 Sparta Highway.  Tickets are $7 and free for children under 5.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

National Championship Wrestling in Cornelia on May 19

From GWH News:

National Championship Wrestling will be at the Landmark Arena in Cornelia, GA on May 19.  Advertised:  Logan Creed vs. Andrew Duckworth.  The Good Ole Boys defends the NCW Tag Team championships against The 13th Floor.  AC Mack vs. Matt Gilbert.  Tommy Maserati vs. Alan Angels.  David Ali vs. Kenji Brea.  McCulley & Manson vs. Wild N Out.  The venue is located at 4246 Level Grove Road.  Tickets are $5.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.