INDEPENDENT WRESTLING NEWS AND NOTES…
For Immediate Release:
October 3, 2005
WORLD-1 NEWS & UPDATES: ON THE AIR WITH 94.1 WYSP, WORLD-1 ITV EPISODE 13 NOW
STREAMING, OCTOBER 7th EVENT JUST DAYS AWAY, AND MUCH MORE!
WORLD-1 RETURNS TO THE WYSP STUDIOS THIS TUESDAY NIGHT!
WORLD-1’s own Missy Sampson will be live, in studio, this Tuesday night at
6:30pm on “Philadelphia’s #1 Rock Station” 94.1 WYSP! Missy will be on the air
with WYSP’s own Kidd Chris, giving you the latest on WORLD-1’s October 7th event
at The Arena @ Boulevard Lanes in Northeast Philadelphia, as well as discussing
the happenings of WORLD-1 and the wrestling world at large! Who knows what else
Missy and Chris will be up to? Will Kidd Chris be in the building come October
7th? Well, there is only one way to find out, and that is to tune in on Tuesday
night and show up on October 7th to support WORLD-1 and the great sport of
Pro-Wrestling. Be sure to tune into WYSP each day to catch Howard Stern in the
morning and Kidd Chris from 5pm to 8pm, learn more at www.WYSP.com!
WORLD-1 ITV EPISODE 13 NOW STREAMING!
Joey Image and Bryan Riegel remind us that we are less than two weeks away from
our October 7th return to The Arena @ Boulevard Lanes in Northeast Philadelphia!
Remember, the ITV tournament continues with Ricky Landell vs. The Masked
Grappler, and Jay Lethal vs. Josh Daniels, and the winners will meet that night.
Matches for Episode 13 include. Sumie Sakai & Alere Little Feather vs. Allison
Danger & Cindy Rogers in a tag match from September 16, 2005 that you won’t want
to miss. In addition, Chris Hamrick battles Josh Daniels for the right to be
called the PWF Universal champion, as Rob Dimension had recently reinstated said
Not to mention, another episode of Rob Dimension Reality TV, plus you will hear
from numerous W-1 fighters throughout this week’s episode.
All this and more, right here on WORLD-1 ITV @ www.WORLD1WRESTLING.com!
WORLD-1 RETURNS TO NORTH PHILADELPHIA ON OCTOBER 7th!
October 7, 2005
The Arena @ AMF Boulevard Lanes
8011 Roosevelt Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19152
I-TV Title Tournament Quarterfinal – Match 1:
Ricky Landell (W-1) vs. Masked Grappler (PWF) w/Rob Dimension
I-TV Title Tournament Quarterfinal – Match 2:
Josh Daniels (W-1) vs. Jay Lethal (JAPW)
Ladies 4-Way Match:
Allison Danger (ROH) vs. Alere Little Feather (IWA) vs. Mercedes Martinez (Free)
vs. Sumie Sakai (W-1)
Nick Burke (PWU) vs. CJ O’Doyle (WXW)
The Backseat Boys (PWU) vs. King Kaluha (W-1) & Larry Sweeney (Chikara) w/Marcus
6-man Tag Match:
Steve Corino (W-1), Alex Law (W-1) & Kazushi Miyamoto (All Japan) vs. Greg
Spitz, Mark Mest, & Chris Hamrick w/ Rob Dimension
Card Subject To Change
WORLD-1 TICKET INFORMATION
(1) – Tickets can be ordered through our PayPal system at
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AMF Boulevard Lanes
8011 Roosevelt Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA 19152
(3) – Tickets can be ordered by calling 215-332-9200
Connecticut Championship Wrestling
Friday 9/29, East Haven
Slyck Wagner Brown d. Jay Lethal in two out of three falls with extra time. 33 min total. This was just a fantastic match that could easily contend as a Match of the Year anywhere.
Homicide d. Jose Perez by DQ after Ron Zombie and Tony DeVito ran in.
Billy Batts over Dylan Kage at the end by pinfall.
Outcast Killaz became number one tag contenders by winning the scramble over Thrillogy (Blade & Mikazi), Up in Smoke and Canadien Superstars.
T&A (Talia & April Hunter) over Diva Killers.
Anthony Micheals via submission over Jerk Jackson.
Monsta Mack hitting his big frog splash to get win over Mark Gore .
Three way dance. Frankie Arion defeated Nocture and Osirus.
Ariel & Dog d. Tim Kilgore & Troubador of Death.
Pre show: Marcus Hall over Kristian Frost
NWA Anarchy was back at the NWA Arena in Cornelia last night. Overall, a thumbs up show. The first half was especially strong. No titles changed hands but there was a major heel turn.
Urban Assault Squad (Shadow Jackson and Nemesis) entered the ring, nooses in hand. The UAS love continues to flow in Cornelia. Jackson said Alabama Attitude would be swinging at Fright Night (on 10/29). Fans broke out a “Hang the Crackers” chant. Jackson predicted that Nemesis would leave tonight’s main event as the new NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion. Jackson was channeling Thunderbolt Patterson as he expressed his hopes that Jeff G. Bailey would get involved in the match.
(1) Jay Fury beat Hayden Young in 5:11. Strong opener. Young’s work looked really crisp. He had a good match against Masada in his first Wildside appearance last year. Definitely a guy to consider for a regular spot. Snug back and forth chain to open. Fury hit a slingshot legdrop with Young crotched on the middle turnbuckle. Young capped off a series of stiff kicks to the ribs with an enzuigiri for a near fall. Young hit a wicked hangman neckbreaker off the middle rope for another near fall. Young tried a frogsplash variation of a swanton bomb. Nobody home. Fury dropped Young on his head with a brainbuster. Fury caught Young with a roll up to score the pinfall.
Andrew Alexander entered the ring with Stryknyn. Alexander was toting a huge trophy. “A squared” explained that he missed the last Anarchy show because he was busy winning a world wide Karaoke competition. Alexander said he was going use his success in music business to climb the ranks in Anarchy (like John Cena in reverse). Alexander said he didn’t want to face Tank and Iceberg. He wanted some real wrestlers. That lead to.
(2) Cru Jones & Ken Westbrooks beat Andrew Alexander & Stryknyn in 11:11. Jones and Westbrooks make a good team and they’re getting over. This was a match with a lot of good ideas but not all of them were well executed on the heel side. Westbrooks popped the crowd with a knockdown bitch slap on Alexander. He used a german suplex on Stryknyn for a near fall. Stryknyn botched Jones’ gorilla press spot. Westbrooks hit a pair of gutwrench suplexes. Stryknyn was dead weight anytime the faces tried to take him off his feet. Jones left nothing to chance with a hanging vertical suplex. Jones leveled Stryknyn with a major league lariat. The heat on Westbrooks left a lot to be desired. Westbrooks hooked the ropes on Alexander’s dropkick attempt and went for a jackknife pin. But Georgia’s bargain basement answer to Christian cut off his comeback. Stryknyn took a monkey flip where he was lucky not to break his neck. Stryknyn blocked a second monkey flip with an assist from Alexander and dropped an elbow on Westbrooks. Alexander threw some pansy ass gutshots. Westbrooks hit a nice capture belly to belly suplex to set up the hot tag. Alexander spun around to get the timing in synch to take Jones’ lariat. Nice. Jones cleaned house. Jones’ attempt at the Monster Blitz was foiled by Strkynyn. Westbrooks pulled Stryknyn out and destroyed him with a belly to belly suplex on the floor. Jones and Westbrooks hit a backbreaker/neckbreaker combo to pin Alexander.
(3) Krazy K & Dexter Poindexter beat Seth Delay & “Precious” Patrick Bentley in 10:17. Fun match. K and Poindexter controlled the first five minutes. The crowd popped when Poindexter tagged in. His nerd gimmick is a riot. It’s the total package right down to the pocket protector. Poindexter wandered from corner to corner oblivious to what was going on behind him. Delay and Bentley took turns charging at Poindexter, who would move at the last split second allowing them to eat the turnbuckle. Great timing. The punchline was Bentley clotheslining Delay. K did a People’s Fountain Elbow and a cradle neckbreaker. Poindexter did an around-the-world baseball slide and a slingshot senton. But Poindexter took a chest bump into the buckles and PBB caught him on the rebound with a backbreaker. Heat on Poindexter. Bentley’s offense keeps improving. Poindexter hit a cool neckbreaker. The crowd clapped for a tag. They got it. K’s offense was stellar. Enzuigiri to the back of Bentley’s head. Full nelson stunner on Delay. Double flatliner on Bentley and Delay saved. Delay knocked Poindexter out of the ring with a flying elbow. Delay had K pinned with the Overnite Sensation. Bentley told Delay that he was the legal man. An argument ensued. K put Bentley in an airplane spin. Delay ran into one of the blades, so to speak. K turned it into a rack drop backbreaker to pin Bentley.
(4) Onyx beat Todd Sexton via submission in 9:15. Sexton’s entrance faked everyone out. Gabriel’s entrance music played and the Archangel appeared to run down the ramp. But when the lights came on, it was Sexton in Gabriel’s gear under a wig. Onyx looked more jacked than he did just two weeks ago. Onyx wouldn’t sell Sexton’s wrestling holds. He just smiled. Sexton had the gall to do muscle poses. Onyx exploded on a leapfrog and decked Sexton with a shoulder block. Onyx powerslammed Sexton for a two count. Onyx blocked Sexton’s whip attempt and reversed it. Sexton bumped to the floor. Onyx caught Sexton on a dive off the apron. Onyx was ready to launch Sexton into the post, but Sexton reversed it. Sexton hit a double axe off the apron. Back inside, Onyx powered out of Sexton’s cover. Sexton couldn’t get Onyx up for a slam. Sexton softened Onyx up and hit an STO for a near fall. Sexton applied a front facelock. Onyx crotched him on the top rope and gave him a painful ride. Comeback time. Onyx with a standing spinebuster slam for a near fall. Onyx went for a gorilla press. Sexton countered with a triangle choke. Onyx broke it with a powerbomb into the turnbuckles. Onyx executed the gorilla press bigtime. Onyx got the Jamaica City Dream. Sexton used knees to the head to break the hold. Onyx reapplied the hold. Sexton cried uncle. The “submission master” taps again. Sexton did a masterful job of getting across the power and strength of Onyx.
(5) Azrael versus Slim J was a no contest (3:23). The Slimster was like a pitbull with the side headlock. He for sure throws great looking punches and chops for such a small guy. J scored near falls with a push up dropkick and a huracanrana. Azrael turned J’s climbing headlock takeover attempt into a devastating middle rope sitout faceplant. Azrael was about to deliver a cutthroat piledriver when Brandon P hit the ring. Speedy Nelson called for the bell.
Tank made his way into the ring. Azrael showed fear. Tank wheeled around and gave P the chokebreaker. Iceberg came down the ramp like the true King of the Jungle. Iceberg confronted Tank. Then he enveloped J with the Ground Zero Splash. Tank gave P another chokebreaker. The refs surrounded the ring and admonished the bad guys, but they were neither brave enough nor stupid enough to get in the ring. Azrael was getting ready to stab J with his random weapon of the week. As if to say, “Allow me,” Iceberg interceded with another Ground Zero Splash. Tank choked P with his belt. Azrael, Tank and Iceberg raised their hands like a psycho version of The Three Musketeers. Azrael put coins over J’s eyelids. They folded P’s arms across his chest. I shudder to think about the sadistic acts this group will inflict on their opponents.
(6) Alabama Attitude (Adam Roberts & T. C. Carnage) defeated Sweet Dreams & Wolfman to retain the NWA Anarchy tag titles in 11:02. The low point of the show. Whoever booked this to go more than seven minutes should be shot. Wolfman was weak link here. I believe this was Dreams’ first trip to Cornelia since Wildside closed down. His dancing entrance was still pretty over. Dreams did his dancing elbow drop in on Roberts. Dreams and Wolfman used a stunner/Russian legsweep combo on Carnage. The Alabamians got heat on Wolfman. Robert killed Wolfman dead with a lariat. Roberts ducked an enzuigiri and applied a bow and arrow. Attitude switched without tagging. Fans didn’t seem to care if Wolfman made the comeback or not. Wolfman was able to block Roberts’ finisher and hit an atomic drop. Dreams came in hot. Dreams and Carnage tumbled over the top. Wolfman botched a reverse roll up finish. Wolfman cried about his tights being pulled.
(7) Jeff Lewis pinned Vordell Walker in 6:48 to retain the Anarchy TV Title. Walker’s Anarchy debut. Walker has a legit MMA background and there’s no question about his athletic ability. Lewis was wearing these sparkly leg embellishments that didn’t work at all. Fans were yelling him to paint his face (like Ultimate Warrior). Walker sent Lewis scampering out of the ring with a slap on the ass and barked ala Rick Steiner. Walker smacked Lewis around. Lewis tried to fly. Walker caught him with an inverted atomic drop and turned him inside out with a lariat. A nice back and forth exchange built to an overhead belly to belly suplex by Lewis. Lewis applied a cravate. Walker sold a vertical suplex like his back was broken. Walker came back with a german suplex and an enzuigiri for near falls. Walker went for a twisting dive and Lewis rolled through with a fistful of tights.
(8) Nick Halen beat Skeeter Frost in Chairs Legal match (9:50). These are two sick f###s. This was their last match for awhile, as both are taking time off. They went out with a bang. The downside is that chairshots aren’t going to mean a whole lot in this building for awhile. Fans wasted no time breaking out the “Nick’s a midget” chant on Halen, who stand about 5-5. A chair was placed in the middle of the ring. Neither guy was able to gain possession. It turned into a tug of war and the chair went flying out of the ring. Frost took over. The crowd was way into Frost’s offense. Fans chanted “toss the midget.” Frost obliged. Halen turned the tide with a uranage backbreaker. Halen wedged the chair between the turnbuckles. Halen went for a whip but Frost reversed it. Sick sound effect as Halen’s back slammed into the chair. Frost laid the chair on top of Halen and did a moonsault. They shared the misery as the ref’s count reached five. Frost covered and Halen kicked out. Fans chanted “hardcore midget.” Frost sold an arm injury. He swung the chair with one arm. Halen ducked it and hit a fisherman suplex. Halen hit a divorce court off the ropes on the bad arm. Halen fired the chair into the head of the defenseless Skeeter. A huge lump blew up on Frost’s forehead. Halen cost Frost more precious brain cells with another brutal chairshot to score the 1-2-3.
Halen gloated over his victory. Unbeknownst to Halen, Frost was rising from the dead. Frost laced Halen’s head with a chairshot. Halen went down like a ton of bricks. Fans called for one more. Frost did it. At least Halen got his hands up this time. Halen refused help from officials and crawled up the ramp on his hands and knees.
(9) Mikal Adryan (with Jeff G. Bailey) beat Nemesis (with Shadow Jackson) to retain the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title in 9:18. Adryan tried to intimidate Nemesis. It didn’t work. Nemesis responded with an ungodly series of chops to the chest and back that sounded like explosions. Adryan’s chest was instantly turned into hamburger meat, just a mass of ugly purple welts. Nemesis handprints were clearly visible on Adryan’s back. Jackson chased Bailey around the ring. Bailey crawled through the ring to escape. Nemesis got distracted. Adryan capitalized with the Mafia Kick. Adryan gave Nemesis a double underhook suplex into turnbuckles that was borderline sick. Adryan’s fallaway slam might have set a distance record for the move. Bailey interfered and got away before Jackson could grab him. After a powerbomb and a top rope lariat, Adryan said Nemesis was done. Nemesis rallied with a Samoan drop. Alabama Attitude appeared on the ramp. They didn’t see Onyx behind them. Onyx gave AA a meeting of the minds. Adryan tried for Assisted Suicide but Nemesis countered with a roll up. Bailey interfered to prevent Speedy Nelson from making the three count. Jackson decked Bailey. Nemesis got distracted AGAIN and Adryan hit the Assisted Suicide to retain the title. Not a bad match but faces didn’t look real smart, and that’s not good.
NOTES: Attendance was 90.Thomas Simpson, Bill Behrens and Rainman were all backstage. Behrens will remain under contract to WWE through the end of 2005.Matches announced for 10/15 include Lewis vs. P for the TV Title, J vs. Iceberg, Fury vs. Azrael, Jones & Westbrooks vs. Delay & Bentley, Sexton vs. Antonio Scorpio Jr. (from Canada).The 10/15 PWE show in Canton is headlined by Iceberg vs. Murder One in a barbed wire match. That should be a grisly affair.
Jersey All Pro Wrestling Weekend Update
Saturday, October 1, 2005
Quiet Storm is set to make his return to JAPW on Nov 12th in Rahway, NJ
and is also scheduled for action on Saturday night December 3, 2005 in
Braintree, MA. There have also been rumors flying around that The SAT
have been pushing JAPW management to have The Amazing Red also return to
company. Some say that the SAT are also responsible for Quiet Storm
being brought in, we will keep you update on this situation.
JAPW World Tag Team Champions The Backseat Boyz & JAPW Light
Heavyweight Champion Azrieal are all scheduled to defend their Championships on
Nov 12th in Rahway, NJ & Dec 3rd in Braintree, MA. Note: That is if they
are still Champions after the huge Oct 22nd event in Atlantic City, NJ.
Rumors have been flying around that “The Dirty Rotten Superstar” EC
Negro feels that he is being overlooked by JAPW talent management and has
been secretly scouting new members to reform the notorious group known
as La Familia here in JAPW and plans to bring the management team to
JAPW Live Event Dates
Oct 22, 2005 Bally’s Hotel & Casino Atlantic City, NJ 7PM Bell
Nov 12, 2005 The Rec Center Rahway, NJ 8PM Bell
Nov, TBA World Wide TV Taping
Dec 3, 2005 Braintree Armory, Braintree, MA 7:30PM Bell
Dec, TBA “FREE XMAS SHOW” “Toys for Tots”
Jan 7, 2006 The Rec Center Rahway, NJ 8PM Bell
Thanks for helping to make our recent NWA Wrestling Legends Fanfest in Charlotte the biggest and best yet. I sincerely appreciate your continued support of our fanfest weekends. If it were not for the support of great folks like yourself, I wouldn’t be able to continue doing these events. So, thank you again!
I’m sure most of you know that we have announced next year’s Capitol Wrestling Legends Fanfest will be taking place August 11-13, 2006 near Washington, DC. This will be a special weekend in a special area, as the capitol area was a regular stop for not only the NWA but also the WWWF. I’m looking forward to a tremendous weekend that will showcase some of the great legends from both promotions. I hope that you’ll make plans to be with us.
Tickets are on sale to the public now at http://www.CapitolLegends.com. You may purchase your VIP All Access Passes for next year’s event by mail, or you may use your credit card, debit card or bank account to purchase securely online.
If you have any questions, please drop me an email at HardcoreHeroes@aol.com.
Again, thanks for your continued support of our fanfest weekends!
Please make plans now to be with us for 3 HUGE DAYS celebrating wrestling tradition in our nation’s capitol!
Capitol Wrestling Legends Fanfest
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, August 11-13, 2006
Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center; Rockville, Maryland
The Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center is the host hotel for next year’s Capitol Wrestling Legends Fanfest. The hotel is offering a special room rate of $89 per night for fanfest attendees. This is a tremendous savings off the regular rate of $279 per night, so please book your room in advance. The discounted rate is available Tuesday night, August 8 through Tuesday night, August 15 — so if you want to come early or stay late, you may still book at the special rate. This will make a great summer vacation!
Make reservations online at http://www.Doubletree.com. Use the “Group/Convention Code” LEF in order to receive the special rate.
You may also make reservations by phone by calling 1-800-222-TREE, or call the hotel directly at 301-468-1100. When calling, make sure to tell them you’re a part of the “Legends Fanfest” group in order to receive the special rate.
Just minutes from Washington, DC, the Doubletree Hotel & Executive Meeting Center enjoys equal convenience to three gateway airports — Reagan National, Dulles International and Baltimore-Washington International — providing exceptional scheduling flexibility and competitive fares on all major airlines. The hotel area offers an abundance of restaurants and shops within walking distance and the adjacent Twinbrook Metro Station makes trips to the world-class attractions of our nation’s capitol quick and easy, so why not make it a summer vacation and take in a little bit of everything?
Discuss pro wrestling tradition at our Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Legends Fan Forum. Meet and get to know many other folks that share a similar passion for wrestling’s past. Even a few of wrestling’s legends post frequently. Go to http://legendsfanfest.proboards1.com
National Championship Wrestling
National Championship Wrestling is excited to announce a huge show to be held on Thursday night, October 13, 2005, at Dumas Walkers. NCW and Dumas Walkers are proud to present…
NCW Night Of Madness
ACW Will NOT Take Over!
Lee Condry Rulez Match
Newly Crowned NCW Heavyweight Champion
New York Gangster
“OutLaw” Lee Condry
Three Team Fans Bring The Weapon Match
The Southern Army
Shaun Fatal & Spyder Jay
Psycho Clown & Fat Bastard w/clown posse
“The Southtown Superman”
No Holds Barred Match
Last Man Standing Match
Weapon a Pole Match
Card Subject to Change
Dumas Walker Cafe and Saloon
1402 Artic Ave Nashville, TN
For Tickets or More Info. Call (615)589-7731
Advance Tickets are Available at the Dumas Walkers Cafe’ and Saloon
Rain or Shine
High Velocity Wrestling
High Velocity Wrestling
Hwy 176/Hwy 25, Hendersonville,NC
@ Viper’s House of Pain
September 30, 2005
1. McGruff wins over Cpl. Knight
2. ST Ryker def. Evan Force
3. Neil Nitro & Ryan C. beat Dynamite Kid & Bryan Austin
4. Kid Kountry def. David Steel
5. Justin Destruction over Steve Cronic
6. Live Wire retains the HVW Flyweight Title against Kaos
7. Ken Magnum & Sir Jonathan Buffett win against Jesse Black & Leroy Dudley
8. Scotty Black def. Shane Austin
9. Viper retains the HVW Championship against Mr. Electricity in an electrified barb wire match.
Friday, October 14 – HVW Tag Team Tournament begins!
American Pro Wrestling
@ The American Coliseum
380 Whitney Rd, Spartanburg, SC
October 1, 2005
1. Bryan Austin pins Evan Force
2. Jimmy Kindrid w/ “Sweetness” Ricky Lee def. Eric Thunder
3. Sir Jonathan Buffett wins by DQ over The Dark Lion
4. Jason “Tower” Swords wins over Kaos
5. Chief Jay Eagle def. “Loaded Gunz” Ken Magnum
6. Preston Orion pins “Freak Daddy” AJ Frost
7. Dookie & Boomer Payne win against “Honest” Doug Hawkins & Bill White
8. “Boogie” Mickey Richards wins by DQ against Steve Cronic
9. Morbid def. Shea Shea McGrady
10. APW Champion “Romeo” Mark Slain def. Don Matthews
11. Nick Fury wins the Carolinas Title against Rowdy James and Zack Salvation
Saturday, Oct 8th – APW Champion Mark Slain vs. “Loaded Gunz” Ken Magnum, New Carolinas Champion Nick Fury vs. Rowdy James in a title rematch, Preston Orion & Steve Cronic vs. “Boogie” Mickey Richards & Shane Austin, Will Snapp vs. Zack Salvation, British Street Fight: Sir Jonathan Buffett vs. The Dark Lion and more!
Thursday, Oct. 13th – APW at the Piedmont Interstate Fair, Spartanburg, SC. Ken Magnum vs. Ethan Cage, The Carolina Wrecking Crew: Bill White & Doug Hawkins vs. Chief Jay & Johnny Eagle, “King of the Bald Men” Steve Cronic vs. “Boogie” Mickey Richards, Jason “Tower” Swords vs. “One Man Mafia” Mikal Adrian, Ladder Match: Nick Fury vs. Rowdy James
Friday, Oct. 14th – APW at the Piedmont Interstate Fair, Spartanburg, SC. Chief Jay Ealge vs. Ken Magnum, Six man tag action: Dustin Eagle (in his debut match!)/Nick Fury/AJ Frost vs. McGruff/Evan Force/Kaos, Lumberjack Match: Bill White & Doug Hawkins vs. Boomer & Dookie Payne and more!
Saturday, Oct. 29th – Casket Match! The Dark Lion vs. Sir Jonathan Buffett!
I am excited to let you know that two of my most recent matches. that were for AWA/CWF Mid-atlantic TV are now available for viewing on www.amberoneal.net on the downloads page for only $5.99 and members only $3.99. I am proud of these and happy to share them with you. This is the first time they are available for viewing outside of the CWF TV show. Thanks and hope you like them.
Thanks to Steve Gerweck and gerweck.net for the above independent wrestling news and notes.
Credit: A1 Wrestling Newsletter