Tuesday, April 21, 2015

BANG in Ocala on April 25

From GWH News:
 
BANG was at the BANG TV Sound Stage in Ocala, FL on April 25. Advertised: Derrick Steele defends the BANG Heavyweight championship against Gabe Zilla. Dalton Drellich defends the BANG Intercontinental championship against Jordan Decker. Jade Arcane defends the BANG Ladies championship against Danielle Nox. The venue is located at 3598 SW 74th Avenue. Tickets are $20. Doors open at 6:15 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Entertainment Wrestling Organization in Santurce on April 25

From GWH News:
 
Entertainment Wrestling Organization will be at the San Juan Bosco Oratorium in Santurce, Puerto Rico on April 25.  Bell time is at 8:30 PM.

April 21 Birthdays and Memoriams

Brutus Beefcake, Axl Rotten, Jay Lethal, and Greg Price celebrate birthdays today.

Phil Taggert died at the age of 48 on this day in 1938, and Dudley Clements was 28 when he passed in 1976. Babs Wingo passed away on this day in 2003, and George Grant died at 85 in 2010.

Monday, April 20, 2015

WrestleMercia Report from Gastonia on April 18

From Jeff Richards:

Post-Intermission Saves Superstar Wars IV in Gastonia

GASTONIA (NC) -- Basic formula for good to great wrestling extravaganza: undercard features decent workers leading to hot semi-final and main events. Sometimes there are larger expectations when a show bills itself as WrestleMania, Triplemania, Wrestle Kingdom or even Superstar Wars.

In conjunction with WrestleMerica, Superstar Wars returned to its home base, Forestview High School, for its fourth installment. There were no "Worst Match of the Year" candidates this April and the biggest turnout yet during a prom season. Promoter Michael Griffie works all year long with the Gaston County Sheriff's Department to put on the best show possible.

Actual crowd attendance passed the 300 mark thirty minutes into the show, but the paid was much more. Allison Rose handled the National Anthem soulfully, and Griffie looked dapper announcing the ring participants.

Platinum Championship Wrestling Results from Porterdale on April 18

From Platinum Championship Wrestling:

Platinum Championship Wrestling results from Porterdale, GA on April 18. Supernatural & Cody McCulley defeated The Young Guns (w/ Brian Titus); Roni Nicole defeated Dementia D’Rose via DQ due to interference by Bill the Butcher; Washington Bullets defeated David Tita & Jo Jo Dancer; Jessica Wetmore (with Joey Sparks) defeated Johnny Danger; Timmy Lou Retton (with Johnny Danger) defeated Joey Sparks (with Jessica Wetmore); President Marko defeated Warhorse Sanford; 10 Man Elimination: Velvet Jones & The Movement (Talon Williams & Chip Hazard) & Brian Kane, & Carpenter defeated Super Natural & Big F’n Deal (Geter & Brian Blaze) & The Jagged Edge, & Shane Marx. Carpenter pinned Marx for the final elimination.


LaGrange Championship Wrestling Results from LaGrange on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
LaGrange Championship Wrestling was in LaGrange, GA on April 17. Results: "Calm like a Bomb" Pandora defeated "Pump Yo Brakes" Steve Goins. Simon Sermon defeated Stoney Hooker. The Dirty Blondes (Mike Patrick & Leo Brien) defeated Hollywood Law (Tony Hollywood & Hunter Law). AJ Steele defeated "The Golden Boy" Chick Donovan after interference from Pandora to become the #1 contender for the LCW Heavyweight championship. AJ Steele (w/Pandora) defeated Tommy Too Much to win the LCW Heavyweight championship. After the match, Chick Donovan attacked AJ Steele and Pandora and tried to leave with the championship but was stopped by LCW CEO Patrick Arrington, who was then laid out by Chick Donovan. Chick Donovan put the championship on top of Patrick Arrington and left.

American Combat Wrestling Results from Ybor City on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
American Combat Wrestling was in Ybor City, FL on April 17. Results: Mitch Mitchell defeated Bucky Wells and Zane Riley in a 3 way match. Rhett Giddins (w/Dontay Brown) defeated Kennedy Kendrick. Jayson Falcone defeated Aaron Epic to retain the ACW Light Heavyweight championship. The Celtic Sinners (CJ O'Doyle & Sideshow) defeated 1st Degree (Wayne Wonder & D'Lo Jordan)(w/Aria Blake) by DQ to retain the ACW Tag Team championships. Sean Swag (w/Dontay Brown) defeated Jeff Bloom to retain the ACW Heavyweight championship.

Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on April 17. Results: Ballenger defeated Hoss Michaels. James Blvd defeated Red Ninja. Cody McCulley defeated Revolution. Stryknyn defeated Scott Mayson. Brandon Parker defeated Antrone Brewer to retain the APW Southern States championship After the match, Antrone Brewer tried to attack Brandon Parker until Stryknyn made the save.

Global Force Coming to Knoxville

From Larry Goodman:

Great American Wrestling promoter Chris Lash announced that GAW is joining forces with Global Force Wrestling and Ohio Valley Wrestling for a June 13 event in Knoxville at Smokies Stadium, home of the Chicago Cubs' AA affiliate, The Tennessee Smokies. The show is part of GFW's summer tour of minor league ballparks. Details to follow.

The first GFW show is set to take place on June 12 in Jackson, TN. The GFW press release calls it "a grassroots approach building toward the first GFW broadcast event on Friday, July 24 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas...The stars of GFW will be appearing in such cities as Knoxville, Tennessee, Richmond, Virginia, and Clinton, Iowa."

GWH Radio Programming Note: No Tipping Point on April 21


From Larry Goodman:

We're taking an extended spring break. Tipping Point will return on April 28 with Al Getz doing his first podcast interview in years. Stephen Platinum, Rachael Freeman and I will also talk with Worst Case Scenario (Ethan Case & Elijah Evans IV) in advance of their huge upcoming singles matches for Pro South Wrestling on May 8. 

  GWH Radio Network

Southern Extreme Championship Wrestling in Whitesburg on April 26

From GWH News:
 
Southern Extreme Championship Wrestling will be at Duke's Mix in Whitesburg, GA on April 26. The venue is located at 976 Main Street. Tickets are $7. Bell time is at 5:30 PM.

NWA Atlanta in Locust Grove on April 25

From GWH News:
 
NWA Atlanta will be at the Metro Auction Center in Locust Grove, GA on April 25. Advertised: Tyson Dean defends the NWA Georgia Heavyweight championship against "The Revelation" Shane Marx. Bill the Butcher vs. Pain. The venue is located at 122 Cleveland Street. Tickets are $10 ringside and $7 general admission. Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on April 24

From GWH News:
 
ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on April 24. 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.

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on April 24

From GWH News:
 
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at The Great Lawn at the Kentucky Derby Festival in Louisville, KY on April 24. The venue is located at 231 Witherspoon Street. Admission is free with the Kentucky Derby Festival pin. Doors open at 5:00 PM and bell time is at 6:00.

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on April 24

From GWH News:
 
Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on April 24. The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street. Tickets are $5. Doors open at 7:40 PM and bell time is at 8:20.

WWA4 in Atlanta on April 23

From GWH News:
 
WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on April 23. The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive. Admission is free. Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

April 20 Birthdays and Memoriams

Johnny ‘Bull’ STramboli, Chris Spectra, and Chet Sterling celebrate birthdays today.

Joe Malcewicz died at the age of 65 on this day in 1962, and Alex Medina was 36 when he passed in 1973. Jimmy Lennon, Sr., passed away at the age of 79 on this day in 1992, and Rick Rude was 41 in 1999. Ted Grizzly died at 65 on this day in 2009, and Mr. Hito was 67 when he passed in 2010.

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on April 22

From GWH News:
 
Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at the Davis Arena in Louisville, KY on April 22. The venue is located at 4400 Shepherdsville Road. Tickets are $5. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Peachstate Wrestling Alliance Report from Carrollton on April 18

Photos Courtesy of Tnisha N Hunter
From Larry Goodman:

From the bottom to the top, last night's Peachstate Wrestling Alliance event at Central Elementary was one of the most satisfying shows the company has produced. 

There was something for everyone and every segment mattered. Not  a clinker or a stinker in the bunch.

The happenings on the April 4 show made me wonder if the PWA booking department was infected with the Vince Russo virus -- Dusty MacWilliams turned heel, strapping promoter Shane Noles, Iceberg turned babyface, Rick Michaels resigned as commissioner, Chosen Two (Sal Rinauro & Nigel Sherrod) became the unlikeliest of tag team champions.

Nothing could have been further from the truth. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, and the fan reactions last night left no doubt that they are 100% buying into the PWA product. This crowd was hot for everything. The storytelling was some of PWA's best. The collaboration between booker Rick Michaels and promoter Noles has never been more in synch.

The angle and double turn from the last show played out amazingly well.  If you wanted good wrestling, you got it with Jimmy Rave vs. Tyson Dean, Kyle Matthews vs. P Dog and Fry Daddy vs. Kameron Kade. A lighthearted Mexican minis match harkened back to the days when wrestling cards often featured one "special attraction".

PWA strayed away from the VFW Fairgounds for this show and had to be happy with  drawing 250 at the new venue. An elementary school seemed like a questionable choice, but the gym at Central works great for wrestling. The intimacy of the confines intensifies the atmosphere and the metal roof makes it super loud. Now if they can only get the AC to work.

Evolve Wrestling Results from Orlando on April 18

From Brian Slack:
 
Evolve Wrestling was in Orlando, FL on April 18 for the EVOLVE 42 iPPV. Results: Santana Garrett defeated Andrea (w/So Cal Val & Su Yung) to retain the SHINE championship after the interference from Su Yung failed. After the match, So Cal Val ordered Andrea to attack Su Yung. Ethan Page defeated Martin Stone. Rey Horus defeated Andrew Everett. Timothy Thatcher defeated TJ Perkins by submission. Biff Busick defeated Roderick Strong after the referee stopped the match. Davey Richards defeated Trevor Lee. Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann defeated The Premier Athlete Brand (Caleb Konley & Anthony Nese)(w/So Cal Val & Andrea) in a street fight to win the Open the United Gate championships.

Full Impact Pro Results from Orlando on April 18

From Brian Slack:
 
Full Impact Pro was in Orlando, FL on April 18 for the FIP Establish Dominance iPPV. Results: Deimos (w/MSL) defeated Arik Royal, Curt Stallion, Mike Outlaw and Nick Richards in a 4 way match. The match originally started out as 4 way match until Deimos was added mid way in the match by MSL. Rhett Giddins, Bolt Brady & Jeff Bloom defeated Martin Stone, Monster Tarver & Chasyn Rance. Jody Kristofferson defeated Jack Gallows. The Celtic Sinners (CJ O'Doyle & Sideshow) defeated The Trailer Park Nation (Zane Riley & Earl Cooter). Rich Swann defeated Roderick Strong to win the FIP World Heavyweight championship. Savages (Eddie Graves & Teddy Stigma)(w/Trina Michaels) defeated Jason Cade & Lince Dorado to retain the FIP Tag Team championships. Maxwell Chicago defeated Aaron Epic by DQ to retain the FIP Florida Heritage championship. Blake Edward Belakus defeated Jonny vandal (w/Trina Michaels) in a dog collar match.

WWE NXT Results from Jacksonville on April 18

From Brian Slack:
 
WWE NXT was in Jacksonville, FL on April 18. Results: Jason Jordan defeated Bull Dempsey. Solomon Crowe defeated Chad Gable. Tye Dillinger defeated Mojo Rawley. Bayley & Carmella defeated Becky Lynch & Dana Brooke. Sasha Banks defeated Charlotte. Sami Zayn defeated Baron Corbin. Blake & Murphy defeated The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch) to retain the WWE NXT Tag Team championships. Hideo Itami defeated Tyler Breeze.

Atlenta Wrestling Entertainment Report from Atlanta on April 17


From Scott Hensley:

The wife and I attended the Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment show at the Masquerade in Atlanta, GA last night. The ring action was good but there were almost no stories or character development. Past story development seems to be dropped and it was strange to see matches with such little heat to them. The crowd may have been somewhere close to 100 people (Editor's Note: AWE reported 102 paid) and varied from small children to adults of all ages. It was a crowd that liked throwing toilet paper more than anything and most matches were a hard sell on this crowd due to the booking or lack of the crowd's knowledge about the wrestlers or why they were competing (which goes back to the booking...).

I did not take notes so all of this is from memory and there will not be a lot of specific match details.


ProSouth Wrestling Results from Piedmont on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
ProSouth Wrestling was in Piedmont, AL on April 17. Results: The Solution (Dakota Outlaw & Savin Roberts) defeated Chris Lightning & Trickster. Jed Johnson (w/Britt Jackson) defeated Victoria Ventress (w/James Hardy). Big Tomb defeated Charles Zanders. Scott Aries defeated Britt Jackson. Dameon Ceretone & Tyler Gage (w/Amy Haven) defeated the Jump Around Gang (Chris McCain & Donnie Primetime).

NWA Smoky Mountain Results from Kingsport on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
NWA Smoky Mountain was in Kingsport, TN on April 17 for the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Results: Shawn Shultz defeated Skylar Kruze to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Vince Brent defeated Jordan Kage to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Jeff Connelly defeated Nick Hammonds to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Chase Owens defeated Wayne Adkins to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Jax Dane defeated Gavin Daring to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. Jason Kincaid defeated Chris Richards to advance to the next round of the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. The Heatseekers (Sigmon & Elliott Russell) defeated the Tate Twins (Brent Tate & Brandon Tate) to retain the NWA United States Tag Team championships. Jax Dane defeated Shawn Shultz, Vince Brent, Chase Owens, Jason Kincaid and Jeff Connelly in a 6-way elimination match to win the NWA Smoky Mountain Cup tournament. As a result, Jax Dane receives a shot at the NWA World Heavyweight championship currently being held by Tenzan.

Evolve Wrestling Results from Ybor City on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
Evolve Wrestling was in Ybor City, FL on April 17 for the EVOLVE 41 iPPV. Results: Anthony Nese (w/Caleb Konley, So Cal Val, Andrea & Su Yung) defeated Martin Stone by submission. Caleb Konley(w/Anthony Nese, So Cal Val, Andrea & Su Yung) defeated Rey Horus. TJ Perkins defeated Biff Busick after the referee stopped the match. Ethan Page defeated Rich Swann. Davey Richards defeated Johnny Gargano. Roderick Strong defeated Timothy Thatcher 2 falls to 1 to become the #1 contender for the EVOLVE championship.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling Results from Blue Ridge on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was in Blue Ridge, GA on April 17. Results: Johnny Rokk defeated "The Ultimate Underdog" Ray Ray. Joey Sparks defeated Raphael King. The Good Ole Boys (Cousin Cletus & Cousin Shaggy) defeated The Movement (Chip Hazard & "The Messiah" Talon Williams) and Hindu & Jo Jo Dancer in a 3 way match to retain the DSCW Tag Team championships. KT Hamill defeated Timmy Lou Retton to retain the DSCW Southern States championship. Tiffany Roxx & Roni Nicole defeated Jessica Wetmore & Devyn Nicole.

All-Star Wrestling Network Results from Fort Valley on April 17

From Brian Slack:
 
All-Star Wrestling Network was in Fort Valley, GA on April 17. Results: Stunt Marshall defeated Fry Daddy to win the AWN Heritage championship. Fatality defeated Ryan Phoenix. Drew Adler defeated Pain to advance to the next round of the AWN Heavyweight championship tournament. Fry Daddy defeated "Delicious" Don Yoder to advance to the next round of the AWN Heavyweight championship tournament. Sal Rinauro defeated Colt Callaway to advance to the next round of the AWN Heavyweight championship tournament. Logan Creed defeated "Marvelous" Michael Stevens to advance to the next round of the AWN Heavyweight championship tournament.

April 19 Birthdays and Memoriams

Nikki Roxx celebrates a birthday today.

Benjamin Roller died at the age of 57 on this day in 1933, and Ray Fabiani was 83 when he passed in 1973. Masakazu Fukada passed away at 27 on this day in 2000.

Saturday, April 18, 2015

Entertainment Wrestling Organization Television from April 18

April 18, 2015 episode

NWA Smoky Mountain Television from April 17

April 18, 2015 episode

Slim J vs. Fred Yehi - Best of Five Series - Match #4

February 28, 2015 at the Anarchy Arena in Cornelia, GA

Southern Fried Championship Wrestling News and Notes

Photos Courtesy of Tommy Polnaszek
From Larry Goodman:

Jeff and Karen Jarrett will headline the show when SFCW and Big LG Promotions return to the Rec Center in Barnesville on May 9.

AJ Steele defends his SFCW Heavyweight Championship vs. Jagged Edge on May 2 in Monroe. SFCW's second anniversary show, "Shindig 2" is set for June 6 with Gunner as the special guest star and monsters collide when Gunner's former TNA security partner, "Murphy" Mikael Judas meets Dark Mon (pictured at left) in singles action.SFCW Cruiserweight Champion Slim J will make a title defense against Stitch Sypher. 

Tipping Point Archive Online

From Larry Goodman:

Tuesday's edition of Tipping Point featured a discussion of recent happenings on the Georgia wrestling scene followed by a compilation of the best comedy segments from prior episodes.

Listen to the archive here

April 18 Birthdays and Memoriams

Debbie Combs and Steve Lombardi celebrate birthdays today.

Gory Guerrero died at the age of 69 on this day in 1990, and Wahoo McDaniel was 63 when he passed in 2002.

Friday, April 17, 2015

WWE NXT Results from Gainesville on April 16

From Brian Slack:
 
WWE NXT was in Gainesville, FL on April 16. Results: Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady defeated The Mechanics (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder). Solomon Crowe defeated Bull Dempsey. The Vaudevillains (Aiden English & Simon Gotch) defeated Blake & Murphy and the Shoot Nation (Jason Jordan & Chad Gable) in a 3 way match. Mojo Rawley defeated Tye Dillinger. Bayley & Alexa Bliss defeated Becky Lynch & Dana Brooke. Hideo Itami defeated Tyler Breeze. Sasha Banks defeated Charlotte. Sami Zayn defeated Baron Corbin.

Georgia Wrestling Now Archive Online

Monday’s edition of Georgia Wrestling Now, hosted by Jonathan Williams, Larry Goodman and The Jagged Edge interviewed Kiera Hogan.

Click here for the archive.

WWA4 Results from Atlanta on April 9

From Brian Slack:
 
WWA4 was in Atlanta, GA on April 9. The Solution & De Atlien defeated The Monarchy (Prince Apollo & Tony Midas). Owen Knight defeated Kiera Hogan after putting his foot on the ropes for leverage. Joe Heiken defeated Shadow X to retain the WWA4 Internet championship after Blackheart distracted the referee and Joe Heikin hits Shadow X with a low blow. After the match, Blackheart tried to attack Shadow X. Ashton Star defeated Odinson to win the WWA4 Heavyweight championship after using the championship belt. After the match, Odinson attacked Ashton Star.

All-Star Wrestling Network Results from Fort Valley on April 3

In the opening tag team contest, IamDelicious defeat the PS Playas!!
 
In town to watch Marv's back, Adorable Anthony Andrews graced the AWN faithful with his presence and defeats Colt Callaway!!
 
AWN Heritage Champion, Fry Daddy, defeats Adrian Armour!!
 
In a night of surprise returns, Kross returns to the Wrestleplex and pushes
Drew Adler to the limit before coming up short!!
 
Logan Creed defeats Sylar Cross via disqualification!!
 
Marvelous Michael Stevens had the odds stacked in his favor against AWN
Champion, AJ Steele. With Tradition at ringside and Ryan North as guest
referee, a victory seemed to be well in hand, however, Steele makes contact
with North and North not only declares Stevens the winner, he also fires
Steele!!

Ohio Valley Wrestling Results from Louisville on April 15

From Brian Slack:
 
Ohio Valley Wrestling was in Louisville, KY on April 15 for a TV taping. Results:

Dark matches: Leon Shelly & Dave Lo defeated Dre Blitz & Jay Best. Trevor Steele vs. the Assassin ended in a double count out.

Episode 817: Elvis Pridemore defeated Adam Revolver by DQ after Adam Revolver used a chair on Elvis Pridemore. "Wrestling's Rockstar" Ryan Howe defeated "Rudo" Raul LaMotta to retain the OVW Television championship. Adam Wylde defeated Dapper Dan. "The King" Shane Williams (w/Vic the Bruiser) defeated The Mexicutioner after interference from Vic the Bruiser. Leon Shelly & Dave Lo defeated The War Machine (Big Jon & Eric Locker)(w/Josh Ashcraft) by DQ after The War Machine threw the referee from the ring. Eddie F Diamond defeated "The Apostle" Jake Glasure (w/Mohomad Ali Vaez, "The Pastor of Disaster" Reverend Stuart Miles & "Altar Boy" Jade Dawson).

Dark matches: Mohomad Ali Vaez defeated Jade Dawson.

April 17 Birthdays and Memoriams

Roddy Piper, Kevin Wacholz (a/k/a Nailz), and Jacob Ashworth celebrate birthdays today.

Paul Jones died at the age of 86 on this day in 1988, and Villano II passed on this day in 1989. Mitsu Arakawa was 69 when he passed on this day in 1997, and Ray Mendoza died at 73 in 2003. Rattlesnake Brooks died on this day at the age of 43 in 2004, and Ella Waldek was 82 when she passed in 2013.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling Results from Rome on April 12

From Brian Slack:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was in Rome, GA on April 12. Results: Cousin Shaggy defeated Dave "the Dawg" Bowser. "The Butcher" Bobby Hayes defeated Chip Hazard. KT Hamill defeated Kyle Matthews. "The Revelation" Shane Marx (w/Dewitt Dawson) defeated Crash Test Dummy and "The Messiah" Talon Williams in a 3 way match. Chris Ganser & Robert Gibson defeated The Sons of Sin (Jerry Anderson & Damion Black)(w/Danielle Devine).

Great American Wrestling in Knoxville on May 8


From Larry Goodman:

Great American Wrestling returns to action in Knoxville at a new venue on May 8. The event at Fountain City Commons in North Knoxville will feature appearances by Jim Cornette, Danny Davis, Tom Prichard, Bobby Fulton, Bobby Eaton, .Shane Williams and the stars of Ohio Valley Wrestling. 

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling Results from Blue Ridge on April 11

From Brian Slack:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was in Blue Ridge, GA on April 11. Results: Johnny Rokk defeated Drew Game by DQ. Drew Game retains the AIWF World Cruiserweight championship. Tiffany Roxx defeated Jessica Wetmore. "Marvelous" Marko defeated Kameron Kade. The Good Ole Boys (Cousin Cletus & Cousin Shaggy) defeated The Movement (Chip Hazard & "Messiah" Talon Williams)(w/Logan Chase III) to retain the DSCW Tag Team championships.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling Results from Summerville on April 11

From Brian Slack:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling was in Summerville, GA on April 11. Results: KT Hamill defeated Jason Collins (w/Will Force). Drew Adler defeated Crash Test Dummy. "Marvelous" Marko defeated "The Butcher" Bobby Hayes. Thunder & Lightning (Chris Ganz & Chris Lightning) defeated Bald & Blonde. Gunner Miller defeated "The Temptation" Shaun Tempers

Uproar Pro Wrestling Results from New Port Richey on April 11

From Brian Slack:
 
Uproar Pro Wrestling was in New Port Richey, FL on April 11. Results: Hollywood Law (Hunter Law & Tony Hollywood) defeated Eric Curtis & Steve Frick (w/Aria Blake). Mikaze defeated Jason Cade. Sever defeated London Vice. Oliver Cain (w/Evan Starsmore) defeated Jayson Falcone, Rich Swann and Rome in a fatal 4 way match. Josh Rayne defeated Edward Malken by DQ. Worst Case Scenario (Ethan Case & Elijah Evans IV) defeated The FanBoys (Jaison Moore & Shayne Swyft). Leo Brien wins the 20 man Fast Track Rumble to win the vacant Uproar Heavyweight championship. Others in the match were: Alex Green, CJ Strikes, Danny Vincent, Dash Maverick, Donovan, Eddie Graves, Jason Cade, London Vice, Michael Patrick, Mikaze, Mike Reed, Oliver Cain, Ronnie Rios, Ryan Oshun, Shayne Swyft, Taino, Tony Storm and Torcher.

Global Championship Wrestling in Pell City on April 25

From GWH News:
 
Global Championship Wrestling will be at the Pell City Civic Center in Pell City, AL on April 25. Advertised: "The Mystic of San Monique" Muddbone vs. "The Divine Messenger" Gabriel Dean. The venue is located at 2801 Stemley Bridge Road. Tickets are $10. Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

National Viewership Wrestling Overload in Clarkesville on April 25

From GWH News:
 
National Viewership Wrestling Overload will be at the Clarkesville Fairgrounds in Clarkesville, GA on April 25. Advertised: Brady Pierce, Jeff Lewis, Devyn Nicole, Kiera Hogan, Raphael King, Jaxson James, Kaden Sade, "The Nature Boy" Paul Lee. Tickets are $15 ringside, $10 general admission and $8 children under 9. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Note: A fanfest is scheduled from 12:00 to 4:00.

Pro Wrestling EGO in Brandon on April 25

From GWH News:
 
Pro Wrestling EGO will be at the National Guard Armory in Brandon, MS on April 25. Advertised: Joe Kane defends the PWE championship against Barry Wolf in a street fight. Gary Jay vs. Joey Abel. The venue is located at 300 Whitfield Road. Tickets are $10 adult and $6 children ages 5-11. Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Wrestling for Veterans Show in Ringgold on April 24

From GWH News:
 
Deep Southern Championship Wrestling and Empire Wrestling Entertainment will be hosting the Wrestling for Veterans event at Ringgold High School in Ringgold, GA on April 24. The event is a fundraiser for the Wounded Warrior Project. Advertised: KT Hamill vs. Jimmy Rave. Johnny Swinger vs. Gunner Miller. Rush vs. Logan Alvey. The Movement (Chip Hazard & Talon Williams)(w/Logan Chase III) vs. The Good Ole Boys (Cousin Cletus & Cousin Shaggy. The venue is located t 29 Tiger Trail. Tickets are $10 adult and $5 children under 12. Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.