Indy News Update #2 for September 27, 2010
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Airing on September 26, 2010 on America One
Taped August 14, 2010 at Algood Middle School in Algood, Tn

LAST WEEK…”Merciless” Tommy Mercer pinned Cody Melton with the Mercy Kill and said he came to SAW for one reason, the International Championship held by Chase Stevens…Stevens said he would accept Phil Shatter’s challenge any day…Leaving Marc Anthony unconscious wasn’t enough for Hammerjack. He wanted to hear the words “I Quit”.

Reno Riggins welcomed us to a sold out Algood Middle School with big news. Hammer was doing OK, but nobody had heard from Marc Anthony. Ryan Genesis had called the office demanding a rematch with Christian Jacobs. Two big rematches were scheduled for today plus the debut of Shatter.

It’s Showtime and SAW starts NOW!

Two Weeks Ago on SAW…Arrick Andrews pinned Shane Williams clean.

1 – ARRICK “The Dragon” ANDREWS vs. “King of the Hill from Knoxville” SHANE WILLIAMS

Williams jumped Andrews before the bell. Andrews rallied but Williams used trickery to regain the advantage. Williams hit a brainbuster and could have been flagged for excessive arrogance for allowing Andrews to get a foot on the ropes. Williams hit a backbreaker and hooked the leg a hook of the leg, Williams grounded Andrews as we went to a commercial break. Still in control, Williams applied a Boston crab. Andrews started for the ropes, but Williams dragged him back to ring center and sat down on it. Andrews struggled for and finally made the ropes. Andrews caught Williams in an ankle lock, and Williams got a ropes break. Both selling the effects of the submissions now. Williams chop blocked Andrews and worked over the knee. Andrews ended up on the floor clutching at his knee. Williams took off his belt and punched Andrews with it as he reentered the ring. Cover by Williams and Andrews kicked out at 2 and ½. Williams got back on the knee and applied a variation of the Indian Deathlock. Andrews reversed into the ankle lock. Williams used a variation of the bow and arrow. Williams hit a leg lariat and an Olympic bridge (as Reno calls it) for a near fall. Williams went for the piledriver, but Andrews countered with a back drop. Andrews hit the carousel bulldog. He was slow to cover and Williams got a foot on the ropes. Reno said both men were spent. Andrews rushed in and got knocked loopy with high boot. Williams hit a fist drop and tried for the piledriver again. Andrews reversed it into a dragon sleeper. Williams went down and eventually out with his arm dropping three times.

WINNER: Andrews via submission in 14:30. This was excellent. Match flowed well. Crowd rallied behind Andrews at all the key points. The selling of the leg damage was well done, save one running the ropes spot. Best submission work ever in a SAW match.

They pitched to Williams in his private locker room after the match. He was holding a crown and singing to himself – “I’m the king. I’m the king. I’m the king of Memphis Tennessee.”

Bill Dundee, The Moondogs, Tommy Rich, we’re all going to be there. We’re all going to be at the Mid South Coliseum on Monday. Maybe Andy Kaufman will show up. Maybe the Gilberts. Maybe who? Jackie Fargo.

On to Grumpy’s Bail Jumper of the Week — “Bond Girl” Leah Hulan showed off her favorite mugshots – Pacman Jones, Tupac Shakur and David Bowie. Leah said being cuffed doesn’t necessarily make someone a bad person, and there’s always an interesting story behind it. Right up there with the celebrities was Samuel Lee Murphy, now on the most wanted list for five weeks. Leah said she knew Murphy was watching because he kept calling with tips to throw them off. Leah pleaded with Murphy to go easy on her and turn himself in OR ELSE.

2 – PHIL SHATTER vs. J-ROD

At the opening bell, Shatter was all mind games and intimidation. Masters said Shatter was deemed to be too violent by the WWE once they got him in camp. “We’re not doing Sports Entertainment. This is professional wrestling at its finest.” Shatter powered out of a headlock and tossed J-Rod like he was nothing. J-Rod answered with a burst of offense capped by a slingshot combo for a two count. Shatter unleashed the ruthless aggression. He beat J-Rod to a pulp, then went after his air supply. J-Rod freed himself, but Shatter put him down with Harley Race knee for a two count. Shatter set J-Rod up for a superplex. J-Rod shoved Shatter off and semi-connected on a bulldog. As J-Rod was up for a leapfrog, Shatter planted him with the PTSD powerbomb.

WINNER: Shatter in 4:55. A solid sampling of what Shatter brings to the table.

Cut to locker room comments from Shatter. “That is just a taste of what’s to come, Chase Stevens. I’m gunning for you and that title. Look into these eyes because your next.”

Back from commercial with Picture Perfect (Jon Michael Worthington & Christian Jacobs) in the locker room. Worthington took umbrage to talk of Genesis coming back from injury. “I’m the one that’s hurt. I’m the one that’s doing some real rehab here, he said. Jacobs said he proved what he needed to prove two weeks ago, but if Vordell Walker still wanted a piece of him, so be it. Worthington took one step and winced in pain. He grabbed a cane. “It’s spreading,” he said, pointing at his shoulder. “It’s going to my knee.”

Two Weeks Ago on SAW…Worthington tripped Walker with the cane rendering him a sitting duck for Jacobs’ spear.

3 — VORDELL WALKER vs. CHRISTIAN JACOBS (with Jon Michael Worthington)

Referee Joe Williams took the cane away from Worthington and sent it to the back with Senior Official Mark Herron. Lots of Walker love from the crowd. Jacobs started to impose his will. Walker spun Jacobs around and lit him up with chops and shots into turnbuckles. Masters called attention to the clap of thunder in the background. Jacobs went way up for Walker’s Biel throw and begged off. (commercial break) Jacobs with a huge shoulder block that bounced Walker’s head off the mat. Walker came back with a high hiptoss and a standing moonsault for a near fall. Jacobs rolled to the outside. Back inside, Jacobs cold cocked Walker with a cheap shot on the break, and locked in a Sharpshooter. Walker fed off the crowd before powering out of it. Walker countered a sunset flip with a back flip into a Boston crab. Wow. Where did that come from? Jacobs got the ropes and went to the apron. Walker hauled him back into the ring with a cobra clutch. Jacobs kicked off the turnbuckles to put Walker’s shoulders on the mat for two. Walker took Jacobs down into a Fujiwara armbar. (commercial break) Jacobs sent Walker spinning with a lariat. Walker ducked a high crossbody and got a big near fall with a Tiger driver. Walker went up top. Jacobs dove onto the ropes to crotch Walker on the turnbuckle. While Worthington distracted the ref, Derrick King Enterprises (Derrick King & Drew Haskins & Johnny Bandana) came to ringside with the cane. King slid the cane to Jacobs, but Walker kicked it out his hand and clocked him with it for the 1-2-3.

WINNER: Walker in 9:10. Good action. Not much psychology. Crowd was into Walker like never before in SAW.

DKE started doing a number on Walker. Worthington jabbed Walker in the gut with the cane. Walker made a superman comeback with all five heels taking bumps. Picture Perfect took a powder. The action spilled to floor. Just when DKE appeared to have Walker subdued, he fired up another 1 on 3 comeback. They brawled to the back with the camera following the action. Reno told Masters to run for help. The battle continued through a sequence of rooms out into the school hallway with Walker still holding his own. J-Rod arrived to fight alongside Walker as the hour came to a close.

AFTERTHOUGHTS: I thought this was the best hour of SAW since the stuff from the last (final?) Fairgrounds taping. It definitely was in terms of the wrestling. They broke the record for most submission holds in one episode of SAW by a wide margin. It wasn’t that long ago, that except for Kid Kash, the only submission used on SAW was a sleeper.


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Saturday September 25 2010

CCW – Classic Championship Wrestling
“Stratford Fair”
Stratford, Ontario
Referee: Big H
Results credit” Kacee Hogan for www.owie.ca

-Mr Atlantis had a posedown

1) Super xtremo def Cezar

2) Daemon Reznor def Adam Jacobs

3) Freak Show def KC Andrews

4) Cherry bomb def Nikita and Evilyn in a 3 way

5) Kaspian Dolce def Turcan Celik

6) Derek Wylde def Tyler Tirva

7) Petey Williams def Jake O’Reilly

ONTARIO CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING

Reel Deal Matinee & “Survival” Results – Sept 25

Saturday September 25 2010

“Reel Deal Matinee”
Kingston, Ontario
Powerplay Centre
4:00 PM
Attendance: 25
Referees: New Guy, Simon
Announcer: Aaron Dubya
Results credit: AP Contant

Adam P. Keaton hosted another edition of “Keaton’s Korner” where he announced that not only had he been renamed OCW GM (through a 30 days injunction) but that he had signed his Uncle Jessy Jones on for an OCW Unified Championship match at “Survival”

“The Original” Hebert def. Derrik Hamilton via Orange Crush Pinfall

Cheeks Hunkster and OCW Cruiserweight Champion Jimmy Cash def. The “IT” CLique (“The Incredible Hunk” Deeno and “Big Sug” Shaun Macmillan) w/ “Charming” Chaz Lovely via pinfall

Taylor def. Danny Franchise via Anaconda Vice submission

Thomas Leeroy Cooter w/ AK-47 def. OCW Reel Deal Champion Catalyst w/ C.J Felony via schoolboy pinfall to become the NEW OCW Reel Deal Champion in a “Partners Handcuffed at Ringside” match. After the match, Total Devastation (C.J Felony and Catalyst) handcuffed Cooter to the ringpost and injured the neck of AK-47

Saturday September 25 2010

“Survival”
Kingston, Ontario
Powerplay Center
7:00 pm
Attendance 135
Referee: Simon
Announcer: Aaron Dubya
Results credit: AP Contant

Total Devastation (Catalyst and C.J Felony) def. OCW Tag Team Champions Thomas Leeroy Cooter and AK47 via chair shot pinfall when an injured AK-47 came to the ring and clocked his partner Cooter in the head with a chair, who then unmasked to reveal himself as OCW General Manager Adam P. Keaton.

Derrick Hamilton def. Shocker via pinfall

OCW Woman’s Champion Jodi D’Milo def. Persephone via belt shot DQ

The 5ifth Avenue Mob (Macguire and Manson) def. Damien “Magnum” Mike Manical via pinfall

“The Incredible Hunk” Deeno was the sole survivor in a six man elimination tag team match that featured his partners from The “IT” Clique “Big Sug” Shaun Macmillian and “Charming” Chaz Lovely defating Danny Franchise, “The Original” Hebert, and Cheeks Hunkster

OCW Cruiserweight Champion Mr. James Cash def. Taylor via Death Valley Driver pinfall

OCW General Manager Adam P. Keaton def. OCW Unified Champion Harley Davison via pinfall when “The Sport” Jessy Jones, and OCW Tag Team Champions Total Devastation hit all their finishers on Harley during a “Survival” match (which really ended up being a 4 on 1 hanidcap match) and Keaton stole the pinfall…And the Championship.

Saturday September 25 2010

C*4 – Capital City Championship Combat
“Re-Ignition 2010”
Ottawa, Ontario
Knights of Columbus
Results credit: Fargo Tonguebath for www.owie.ca

Sexxxy Eddy def Alex Silva and Virus

“Hacker” Scotty O’Shea def Lucky Sabiti

The Wolfmun (Twiggy & Beef Wellington) def “Motion Picture” Ethan Page & “The Hit” Ashley Sixx

“Textbook” Tyson Dux def Jae Rukin

“Mr Wrestling” Kevin Steen def “Speedball” Mike Bailey

Natural Born Assholes (Ryan Rush & Rahim Ali) def “Psycho” Mike Rollins & 2.0

Player Uno def Shawn Daivari

C*4 Championship Match:
Stupefied def “Canadian Crazyhorse” Michael Elgin to retain the title