Indy News Update #1 for November 28, 2010
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Michael O’Brien sent this in:
Northeast Wrestling’s BLACK FRIDAY SALE ends TONIGHT! Make sure to take advantage of this great opportunity. Today only:
— Our new DVD releases of Autumn Ambush 2010 and November to Remember, regularly $15, will be on sale for $12 each.
— All other DVDs only $8!!!
— Purchase two or more tickets to WrestleFest 15 and get a free DVD of your choice.
Once again these incredible deals are only valid now-Sunday as our way of thanking all of you for your wonderful support this past year.
We hope you take advantage of this great sale, enjoy the re-design of our e-Newsletter and that you had a Happy Thanksgiving!
C*4 Wrestling sent this in:
C*4 presents “Only the Best 3” Official Results:
November 27, 2010
Referees: Bakais, Alex Hetfield, and TJ Wylie
Announcer: Tony Barnes & The Voice
Commentators: JB & Adam
VIP Dark Matches:
**Urban Miles pinned “Magnum” Mike Maniacal
**MVP Invitational: “MVP” Michael Von Payton defeated Lex Lerman
1 – Jae Rukin overcame “The Hacker” Scotty O’Shea and Cheech Hernandez, in a fast paced three-way match, starting the show off with a bang.
2 – Dan Paysan returned to C*4 with a victory over Sebastian Suave, in a very good back and forth high-impact battle. Paysan received a huge reaction, returning to C*4 for the first time in year.
3 – The team of “Ronin” Josh Alexander & “The Prince of Persia” Rahim Ali, representing the “NBA” outlasted six other teams, to be crowed the first ever C*4 Tag Team Champions. Order of elimination:
-The Incredible Hunks (Deeno & Cheeky) by The Entourage (Ethan Page & Ash)
-The Entourage by the team of “Canadian Dynamite” Max Boyer & “Odd’s On” Lucky Sabiti.
-Cecil Nyx’s The Afterparty ( Cecil Nyx & Dalton Castle) by “Canadian Dynamite” Max Boyer & “Odd’s On” Lucky Sabiti.
-“Canadian Dynamite” Max Boyer & “Odd’s On” Lucky Sabiti. By 2.O (Shane Matthews & “Jagged” Scott Parker)
– 2.O eliminated by Josh Alexander & Rahim Ali, via DQ.
– The Wolfmun (Twiggy & Beef Wellington) by Josh Alexander & Rahim Ali. The finish saw Twiggy leave the ringside area to chase down NBA member Michael Von Payton, and Ali distracting the referee, as Josh Alexander gave repeated low blows to Wellington before rolling him up for the pin.
4 – “MVP” Michael Von Payton pinned “Psycho” Mike Rollins, following a distraction by Ali & Alexander.
5 – Player Uno shocked the crowd, and defeated the much larger “Big Rig” Brodie Lee, in an incredibly hard-hitting and stiff encounter.
6 – “Speedball” Mike Bailey narrowly defeated TNA-Superstar Kiyoshi, in a lightning fast encounter. Bailey received a massive standing-ovation, following his first C*4 victory.
7 – Colin Delaney hit the ring next, and told C*4 fans that he was angry over the fact that despite gaining a win last June in competition, he had not been invited back. He called out “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen. In a very hard hitting contest, Steen defeated Delaney, following a package piledriver.
8 – In a very fast paced and hard fought encounter, “Canadian Crazyhorse” Michael Elgin overcame El Generico. The match could have gone either way at many points, but Elgin managed to get the win when all was said and done.
9 -C*4 Champion, “Player Dos” Stupefied shocked many, with a win over “Textbook” Tyson Dux. Dux fought tooth and nail in his attempt to win the strap, at one point hitting a huge brainbuster on Dos, which snapped several support beams under the ring. Dos showed a much more aggressive style than C*4 fans were used to seeing, at one point using a dragon sleeper variation, to almost get the win over Dux. In the end, following a flurry of super-kicks, and a huge frog splash, Stupefied retained the championship.
C*4 sincerely thanks all of its fans for an incredibly successful event. Furthermore, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all of those who have made C*4 into the promotion it is today. From the support staff who keep C*4 going, to the fans, to the guys who bust their asses in the ring – Thank you all for an amazing three years.
SSW sent this in:
Southern States Wrestling 19th Annual Thanksgiving Night Extravaganza “The Last Dance” at the National Guard Armory in Kingsport,TN: Mike Cooper pinned Jamie Gibson… Steve Flynn pinned Shane Royal… O Dog and Michael Star beat Doug Gibson and Adam Sullins… Mountain Goat Jack beat Bobo Brown in a match where the loser was tarred and feathered… Misty James pinned Ladies Champion Rebecca Lynn to win the Title… Ray Idol pinned Dan Costa with Nevaeh Starr… Heavy Weight Champion Frank Parker with James McHone beat TV Champion Beau James to win the Title… The Iron Cross and Bulldog Mac beat Tag Team Champions John Noble and Earl Fields for the Titles
This was the last event at the Armory. SSW moves into the brand new 132.000 square foot Kingsport Armory at Mt Carmel (Kingsport Suburb) Christmas Night…..This was SSW’s 145 event at The Armory. SSW started running there in 1991. Made it the home building in fall of 99.
Beau James opened the night talking about being there for 20 years and thanked many of the fans by name… He also closed the night thanking everyone again and telling them what they mean to him and his family for their support. They played the Last Dance song and Beau dance in the ring with his wife Misty as many others danced in the crowd…The DVD of the Event will be out this coming week.
Front Page Story today in Kingsport Times News about SSW Thanksgiving Night Wrestling and History of the Armory Wrestling
WWE Hall oF Fame Member “Handsome” Jimmy “Boogie Woogie Man” Valiant is coming out of retirement Christmas Night to team with Beau James and Ray Idol to face Frank Parker, James McHone, and Steve Flynn
Front Page Story today in Kingsport Times News about SSW Thanksgiving Night Wrestling and History of Wrestling at the armory