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On Thursday, August 7, 2008 at 3:41 PM EST


SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 08/06/2008

NEWS and NOTES

Peach State Pandemonium will feature Tito Santana and A.J. Styles tonight at 9:00 PM ET.

Tickets for the following Total Nonstop Action events go on sale tomorrow: January 16 in Dublin, Ireland, at the National Stadium.

The Biography Channel will be broadcasting Randy Couture’s episode tonight at 10:00 PM ET. It will be sandwiched by repeats of Andre the Giant, beginning at 9:00, and Hulk Hogan. It is also scheduled to replay on August 10 at Noon ET, when it will be sandwiched by repeats of Hogan, beginning at 11:00, and the “Unreal Story of Professional Wrestling”.

Bill McMinn, who got his start as a referee when Ray Gunkel was in charge, has learned he has cancer. McMinn was to go for more tests today, and could possibly undergo surgery tomorrow. McMinn moved to Ann Gunkel’s All-South Wrestling Alliance, and continued to referee through the 1970s. He later also worked with Jody Hamilton’s original Deep South promotion in the 1980s. GWH wishes Bill and his family well during this difficult time.

GWH wishes a happy birthday to Jimmy Valiant (66). Today in Memoriam: Bulldog Gannon (46, 1986).

UEPW will be at the Sports Complex in Deerfield Beach, FL, on August 8. Tickets are $10 and bell time is 7:00 PM. Advertised: Bobby Ocean versus Maxx Stardom, with the Dade County Crew; a three-way featuring Nick Holler, Demon Toro, and Dantastic Fantastic; a four-way women’s elimination match with Kim Dakota, Jelena, and two other ladies; the Lifeguards versus the Vandalz; Team Macktion versus the Heartbreak Express, with the Plastics; Chris Jones versus Kolby Stern, with the Plastics; Jon Davis versus Vordell Walker; and Craig Classic, with Amy Vitale, versus Chasyn Rance. Larry Zbyszko is also scheduled to make an appearance. Call (954) 695-3257 for more information.

New Frontier Wrestling Association will present “Total Chaos” at The National Guard Armory in Franklin, NC, on August 16. Bell time 8:00 PM. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children. Ages 6 and under free. Half price senior citizen discount. Advertised: NFWA Heavyweight Champion Brokishi against. NFWA United States Champion Dirty in a “Winner Takes All” title vs title match. The Saturday Nigh Sensation (Matt Sells & Ryan Michaels) w/ Nigel Sherrod challenge The Heavenly Bodies (K.C. Thunder & Eddie Golden) w/Dawn Renae for the NFWA Tag Team Belts. Billy Barr takes on The Bounty Hunter in a “Franklin Street Fight”. Simon Sermon & Thomas Britain w/Stoney Hooker & Sebastian St. Clair battle The Coalition (Chris Damian & Adam Logan). Cornbread takes on Backdraft w/Damon Studd. Jamar Acid goes one on one against Randy Wayne. A.J. Summers goes against El Angel Vengador. Sci-Fi battles Danny Diesel.

Ring Warriors Elite will present Flash Point at Club Industry in Walterboro, SC, on August 10. Bell time 6:00 PM. Admission is free to the public. Advertised: Matt Crosby battles L-Train for the RWE World Championship #1 contender spot. In a RWE Southeastern Championship rematch Ben Bryant challenges champion Jeremy Cruz. Zion, Ryan Rain, Brett Taylor & Hexxon compete in a fatal four-way match to decide the #1 contender for the new RWE Mystery Championship. Darkness & “The New Release” Ethan Case go against RWE Tag Champions Dustin Michaels & Vincent Chambers in a non-title bout. “The Monster” Muzzle takes on Sgt. Solitude. David Coleman goes against Jeremy Bonebrake. For more information call 803-909-1997 or 803-599-2111.

DISCLAIMER: GWH is not liable for any card changes, cancellations, etc. We can only report what is reported to us. As always, we suggest you check with the promotion within 24 hours to verify information posted here.

NOSTALGIA

AUGUST 6, 1936 (THURSDAY) – AVONDALE, GA – AVONDALE ARENA (Nat Jones – Promoter) > John Dameron versus Leon Fuller > Bob Anderson versus Glenn Cowan > Billy Rayburn versus Mex McClain / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

AUGUST 6, 1937 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WEST END ARENA (Frank Bettis and Cleve Roby – Promoters) > John Mauldin versus Tarzan Jordan > Bill Jeffries versus Jack Layden > Mike Cassidy defeated Young Londos by disqualification / Notes: Aside from the match between Mike Cassidy and Young Londos, no documented results for the remaining matches on this card have been found.

AUGUST 6, 1941 (WEDNESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – NORTHSIDE TENNIS CLUB (Abe Simon – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s World Title Match: Mildred Burke* versus Ann Laverne > Harry Kent versus Dorv Roche > Rudy Strongberg versus Jack Kennedy / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Mildred Burke had been the reigning Women’s World Champion since she defeated Betty Nichols in Columbus, OH, on December 1, 1938.

AUGUST 6, 1942 (THURSDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Abe Simon – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jack Kennedy defeated Windy Black > Ronnie Etchison defeated Jack Dillon > Cowboy Luttrall defeated Rudy Strongberg / Notes: Windy Black substituted for Babe Zaharias in the match with Jack Kennedy.

AUGUST 6, 1943 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Sammy Friedman – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > John Mauldin defeated Babe Zaharias by disqualification > Albert Mills defeated Joe Vitale > Roland Kirchmeyer and Dorv Roche wrestled to a draw / Notes: Tiny Ruff was credited as being a referee on this card.

AUGUST 6, 1945 (MONDAY) – SAVANNAH, GA – WILLIAM GRAYSON STADIUM (Lou Masters, Dick Leonard, and Buster White – Promoters) > The Green Hornet defeated Roland Kirchmeyer > Wally Greb defeated Jim Coffield > Nick Carter defeated the Bat by disqualification

AUGUST 6, 1948 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Al Lovelock versus Babe Zaharias > Tom Mahoney versus Sky Hi Lee > Rex Mobley & Bobby Roberts versus Al Galento & Jack Bloomfield > Jim Coffield versus Al Massey / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Strangler Lewis was the special referee for the match between Jim Coffield and Al Massey.

AUGUST 6, 1954 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Red McIntyre defeated Jack Steele > Chief Big Heart defeated Harry Lewis > Jack O’Reilly and Tex Riley wrestled to a draw > Women’s Match: Mildred Burke defeated Bonnie Watson > No DQ / No TL Match: Argentina Rocca defeated El Toro / Notes: During the match between Argentina Rocca and El Toro, Rocca removed Toro’s mask to identify him as Bibber McCoy. McCoy continued to wear the mask and be billed as El Toro, although everyone knew his true identity. Although not mentioned, Kola Kwariani was likely in attendance, as he was charged with traveling with Rocca as a troubleshooter for him.

AUGUST 6, 1957 (TUESDAY) – SAVANNAH, GA – BARN (Chic Witt – Promoter) > Women’s Match: Lennie Dinnard versus Princess Chi Chi > Bill Braun versus Sol Brown > Tommy Todd versus Randy Boatwright / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

AUGUST 6, 1962 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Gene Murphy versus Chief Crazy Horse > Joe Scarpa versus Mr. Moto > Don Curtis versus Pedro Godoy > Chief Little Eagle versus the Russian Crusher / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

AUGUST 6, 1963 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Johnny Hipps defeated Red Dugan by disqualification > Bob Eisenburg and Jackie Young wrestled to a draw at 15:00 > Jackie Young & Red Dugan defeated Johnny Hipps & Bob Eisenburg > Boxing Match: Choo-Choo Lynn defeated Honey Boy Hannigan at 2:29 in fifth round

AUGUST 6, 1965 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jesse James and Gene Dubois wrestled to a draw > Corsica Joe defeated Pepe Gomez > The Mongolian defeated Benny Matta > Buddy Fuller defeated Bad Boy Hines > Mario Galento & Dutch Savage defeated Nick Kozak & Chief Little Eagle

AUGUST 6, 1966 (SATURDAY) – MARIETTA, GA – LARRY BELL BALLPARK (Elmo Chappell – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Kenny Mack versus Chief Crazy Horse > Bob Armstrong versus Evil Eye Valentine > Tornado Tag Team Match (No DQ): Enrique & Alberto Torres versus Butcher Vachon & the Golden Terror / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found.

AUGUST 6, 1968 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong and Shinya Kojika wrestled to a draw > Women’s Match: Toni Rose defeated Barbara Owens > Bill Dromo defeated the Professional > Bob Armstrong & Mario Galento defeated the Rising Suns

AUGUST 6, 1971 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Derrell Cochran and Krusher Karlson wrestled to a draw > Dick Steinborn defeated Angelo Poffo > Kubla Khan defeated Johnny Kace > Rocket & Flash Monroe defeated Bob Armstrong & Jerry Oates > George Scott, Klondike Bill & El Mongol defeated Buddy Colt, Big John & Assassin #2 / Notes: Homer O’Dell managed Buddy Colt. Klondike Bill participated in an autograph session for fans.

AUGUST 6, 1974 (TUESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Ann Gunkel – Promoter / All-South Wrestling Alliance) > The Magnificent Zulu versus the Great Fuji > Ray Candy & Charlie Cook versus Luke Graham & Crusher Verdu > The Royal Kangaroos versus Assassin #2 & the Missouri Mauler > Carlos Colon versus Ox Baker / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Rock Hunter managed Crusher Verdu, Jerry & Luke Graham.

AUGUST 6, 1974 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Keirn defeated Doug Somers > Bill Dromo defeated King Pago Pago > US Junior Heavyweight Title Match: Ron Garvin* defeated Hurricane Hester > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Buddy Colt* defeated Jerry Oates > Bill Dromo, Mr. Wrestling #1 & the Professional defeated Super A, Ole & Gene Anderson / Notes: Jimmy Garvin managed Ron Garvin.

AUGUST 6, 1976 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Leon Ogle defeated Mitsu Hata > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Jimmy & Johnny Valiant* defeated Dean Ho & Ken Mantell > The Spoiler defeated Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Dick Slater > Dusty Rhodes defeated Pak Song > Cage Match: Abdullah the Butcher defeated Mark Lewin / Notes: Rock Hunter managed Pak Song and Abdullah the Butcher.

AUGUST 6, 1977 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WTCG STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dick Slater defeated Burrhead Jones > Bill White defeated Jose Ortiz > Tony Atlas & Dino Bravo defeated Randy Savage & Ken Dillinger > Ole & Gene Anderson defeated Jerry Stubbs & Roberto Soto > Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Bob Ballast / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling” television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

AUGUST 6, 1977 (SATURDAY) – MARIETTA, GA – COBB COUNTY CIVIC CENTER (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Don Kernodle defeated Ken Dillinger > Randy Savage & Jacques Goulet defeated Richard Blood & Roberto Soto > Dino Bravo defeated Gene Anderson > Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Pak Song by disqualification > Tony Atlas versus Dick Slater / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Rock Hunter managed Pak Song. Tony Atlas and Dick Slater were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card.

AUGUST 6, 1979 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Charlie Harben – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Mike Stallings defeated Bill Howard > Killer Karl Kox defeated Genichiro Tenryu > Tony Atlas & Stan Hansen defeated Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff > Mr. Augusta defeated the Masked Superstar by disqualification > Georgia Television Title Match: Ray Candy defeated Blackjack Lanza* to win title / Notes: Bobby Heenan managed Blackjack Lanza, Killer Karl Kox and the Masked Superstar.

AUGUST 6, 1980 (WEDNESDAY) – COLUMBUS, GA – COLUMBUS MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Stan Lane defeated Steve Regal > Dennis Condrey defeated Terry Taylor > Ernie Holmes defeated Baron Von Raschke by disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: the Assassins defeated Steve Keirn & Mr. Wrestling #2* to win title > Abdullah the Butcher defeated Mark Lewin / Notes: The Great Mephisto managed Mark Lewin.

AUGUST 6, 1982 (FRIDAY) – MACON, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Luke Graham defeated Bobby Garrett > The Iron Sheik defeated Tom Prichard > Ole Anderson defeated Roy Rogers > The Freebirds defeated the Wild Samoans > Tommy Rich defeated Don Muraco by disqualification / Notes: Sonny King managed the Wild Samoans. Roddy Piper managed Don Muraco.

AUGUST 6, 1987 (THURSDAY) – JASPER, GA (Ron Fuller – Promoter / Continental Championship Wrestling) > Ken Wayne defeated Mike Golden > Johnny Rich defeated Biker #2 > Wendell Cooley defeated Tony Anthony > The Nightmares defeated Robert Fuller & Jimmy Golden by disqualification

AUGUST 6, 1989 (SUNDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – OMNI COLISEUM (World Championship Wrestling) > The Dynamic Dudes defeated Ron Simmons & Al Green > The New Zealand Militia defeated Steve Casey & Ranger Ross > Norman the Lunatic defeated Lee Scott > Tommy Rich defeated Bill Irwin > The Skyscrapers defeated Johnny & Davey Rich > Dragon Shi Handicap Match: Eddie Gilbert & Scott Steiner defeated Kevin Sullivan > Lex Luger defeated Rick Steiner > Ric Flair defeated Terry Funk > War Games Match: Steve Williams, the Road Warriors & the Midnight Express defeated the Freebirds & the Samoan Swat Team / Notes: It was reported that 13,000 were in attendance for this card.

The information compiled within our daily reports are through the efforts of various contributors, including, but not limited to, Rich Tate, Larry Goodman, Chuck Thornton, Brian Waits, Don Luce, Brian Slack, Fred Hornby, Thomas Bugg, J Michael Kenyon, Steve Yohe, David Williamson, Becky Taylor, John Cannon, Mike Norris, Bobby Simmons, Les Thatcher, Crimson Mask, Dan Masters, Tim Dix, Tim Dills, Jimmie Daniel, Gene Restaino, Shannon Rose, Alan Wojcik, Devin Cutting, and Richard O’Sullivan.

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Brad Dykens of OnlineWorldofWrestling.com

*** NECW DVD Reviews by Brad Dykens ***
New England Championship Wrestling
[ NECW: BEST OF 2007 ]



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DISC 1 - GAUNTLET MATCH (July 20)

"The Golden Greek" Alex Arion vs. DNA (Scott Reed & Max Bauer & T.J. Richter): The Golden Greek had to defeat all three members of DNA in consecutive singles matches in order to get his brother, Frankie Arion, reinstated in NECW. Arion quickly defeated the 'weak link' Scott Reed in roughly five seconds to motor past the first obstacle of this gauntlet. Next up for Alex Arion was big Max Bauer, the Mohawk giant of DNA. It took a lot more time, but Arion eventually defeated Bauer as well - but not after Bauer did his job and wore the Golden Greek down. T.J. Richter jumped in the ring and tried to finish the job that his henchmen started. Despite interference from the other members of DNA, Alex Arion managed to score the victory over Richter to complete the gauntlet and win his brothers job back. Right on cue, Frankie Arion burst through the front door of the building and saved his brother from a post-match beat-down from DNA.

DISC 1 - #1 CONTENDERS (March 24)

"The Real Deal" Brandon Locke vs. Handsome Johnny: If you have never seen Handsome Johnny then don't bother imagining what he looks like because you will be way off track! Brandon Locke is a young clean-cut babyface adored by the fans. Locke scored a hard-fought victory, slaying the "Handsome" one to earn a shot at the NECW Television title.

DISC 1 - WORLD WOMENS WRESTLING NON-TITLE MATCH (July 20)

WWW Champion Tanya Lee w/Sean Gorman vs. Lexxus: One of the many things that sets NECW apart from all the other promotions is the presence of some pretty well-trained female wrestlers. In fact, NECW has a whole division dedicated to the girls called World Women's Wrestling, which puts on all-female events from time-to-time. WWW champion Tanya Lee and challenger Lexxus are a couple of little cuties weighing about a hundreds pounds a piece, but don't let their appearance fool you. Both are well versed in the physical and psychological aspects of professional wrestling. Lexxus is the classic fresh-faced good girl (every boy's dream), while the loudmouth Tanya Lee wears badass leather pants and is hated by fans everywhere! Everybody's favorite sweetie, Lexxus, picked up an important Non-title victory over the WWW champion, Tanya Lee.

DISC 1 - MATCH (October 27)

"The Human Nightmare" Evan Siks vs. "The Talent" T.J. Richter: Before the match, the insane Michael Sane came up on the big screen to give Evan Siks a disturbing warning. The long-haired dirtbag known as T.J. Richter doesn't look like he would match up evenly with Evan Siks - or anybody for that matter - but he went toe-to-toe with the much larger Human Nightmare. Evan Siks lifted Richter up for his finishing move, which he "dedicated" to Michael Sane. However, Sane's face popped up on the big screen, and his voice crept onto the sound system long enough to distract Siks and allow Richter to pick up a fluke victory!

DISC 1 - #1 Contenders Match (January 28)

"Straight Edge" Brian Fury vs. D.C. Dillinger w/Tanya Lee: The intensely hated D.C. Dillinger was accompanied to the ring by a devilishly sexy Tanya Lee for this match against his biggest NECW rival. Brian Fury had been assaulted by Dillinger prior to this match, but decided to compete despite everybody trying to talk him out of it. Fury had a brief rush of adrenalin at the beginning of the match but was inevitably overwhelmed by the unsympathetic Dillinger. Fury fought the rest of the match using mostly his own instincts while putting his threshold for pain to the test. Fury started bleeding from the mouth when he was locked into a basic abdominal stretch. Fury fought out of it and connected with a super-kick but could only get a 2-count. Fury ended up in the abdominal stretch again, and started to look like Pennywise from the Stephen King movie "IT." Fury eventually passed out and the referee dropped his arm three times and called for the bell, awarding the GENESIS 6 title match to D.C. Dillinger.

DISC 1 - TV TITLE ELIMINATION SCRAMBLE (February 24)

"The Talent" T.J. Richter (Champion) vs. "The Exotic" Kristian Frost vs. "R.I.O.T." Kellen Thomas vs. "Sensational" Scott Reed vs. Triplelicious: NECW Television champion T.J. Richter had his work cut out for him, being forced to face the four top contenders for the NECW TV championship in an elimination match. Kristian Frost has a stripper gimmick, but gets offended when fans throw coins at him. Kellen Thomas uses the nickname RIOT, which to my understanding stands for "Revolution In Our Time." Triplelicious pinned Scott Reed for the first elimination of the match. Kristian Frost destroyed Kellen Thomas with a sick Russian Leg-sweep DDT for the second elimination of the match. T.J. Richter went for a move off the top rope, but Alex Arion ran out and pulled him down by the leg. Richter was then counted out of the ring by the referee, thus eliminating the NECW Television champion! Richter grabbed his belt and took off. After a couple minutes, Kristian Frost defeated Triplelicious and was awarded the NECW Television title.

DISC 1 - NWA TITLE TOURNAMENT MATCH (June 16)

Claudio Castagnoli vs. Pepper Parks: These two guys are not NECW regulars, but NECW fans were treated to an NWA showcase featuring two very popular outsiders. Pepper Parks is from the New York circuit, and works for companies such as NWA Empire and NWA Upstate. Claudio Castagnoli, on the other hand, has worked all over the world, but is most known for his long stint on the Ring of Honor roster. This was a solid match, which ended with Claudio hitting the Ricola-bomb to win the match and advance in the NWA Heavyweight championship tournament.

DISC 1 - NWA TITLE TOURNAMENT MATCH (June 30)

Fergal Devitt vs. Mikey Nichols: After the NWA dropped its sanctioning of TNA, they needed to find a way to crown a new NWA World Heavyweight champion. A tournament was set up and matches took place all over the country, including two bouts that took place in New England Championship Wrestling. This match was double-special because it had some international flavor, as Devitt is from Ireland and Nichols is from Australia. The match sort of started slow but actually ended quite good with a nice finish. Ireland's Fergal Devitt advanced to the next round of the NWA World title tournament. The international rising stars shook hands in a demonstration of respect after the match.

DISC 2 - LAST MAN STANDING / LOSER LEAVES NECW (March 24)

"Hurricane" John Walter vs. Jason Blade: Last year I reviewed NECW Best of 2006, which covered the early stages of the epic feud between Blade and Walters. In that review I remarked, "eventually ending in a big "Loser Leaves NECW" match - but you'll have to wait until NECW: Best of 2007 to hear about that one." Well my prediction has come true, and the wait is finally over. The issues between Blade and Walters became deeply personal during the first few months of 2007. So much so, that it became clear that there wasn't enough room in NECW for the two of them. Both of these guys have spent time in Ring of Honor, and John Walters actually held the now-unified Pure Wrestling title. As if the Last Man Standing and Loser Leaves NECW stipulation wasn't dramatic enough, they also introduced a huge ladder into the bout to inflict maximum punishment on one another. Both men were cautious yet brutal with their offense, not wanting to make that crucial mistake. After thirty minutes of action, it wasn't a mistake, but pure exhaustion which put John Walter down for the 10-count. Jason Blade wins the match, and drives John Walters out of NECW for 90 days.

DISC 2 - WORLD WOMEN'S WRESTLING TAG TEAM MATCH (April 21)

Ariel & Nikki Roxx vs. Malia Hosaka & Tanya Lee: Great women's wrestling is alive and kicking in New England Championship Wrestling. Veteran wrestler Malia Hosaka came to NECW for one night on the payroll of heel manager Sean Gorman. The great Hosaka teamed with WWW champion Tanya Lee against New England's top two grapplers, Nikki Roxx and the Portuguese Princess Ariel. Roxx and Hosaka started the match with a little taste of SHIMMER Women Athletes. The price Gorman paid for Hosaka's services must have been worth it, because Hosaka and Lee scored the win over their beautiful New England opponents.

DISC 2 - RETURN CHALLENGE MATCH (April 21)

"Die Hard" Eddie Edwards vs. "The Infamous" Bobby Fish: These two are so evenly matched that they went to a 20-minute draw the previous month. This would be the rematch and the time limit was extended to thirty minutes. I wouldn't have been surprised if they went to another draw, but NECW doesn't pull tricks like that.... or do they? Their NECW rivalry isn't the only thing Fish and Edwards have in common; they both work for Pro Wrestling NOAH in Japan, too. The first twenty nine minutes went by relatively fast, and the final minute consisted of Bobby Fish chasing Eddie Edwards around the ring to run out the clock. Edwards slid into the ring and Fish followed, and with five seconds left Fish made the cover and scored the 1-2-3 to win a phenomenal match! This was a dynamite performance worthy of headlining a DVD by the name of "NECW Best of 2007"..

DISC 2 - BONUS FEATURES: As usual, NECW has also provided some bonus material to make their great DVD even better. Here you can watch highlights from the 1/23 episode of NECW.TV featuring a recap of the feud between D.C. Dillinger and Brian Fury. Plus a post-GENESIS promo from Sabotage on 2/24 and the following six person tag team challenge - Evan Siks & Big Rick Fuller & Nikki Roxx vs. Sabotage (DC Dillinger & Eddie Edwards) & Tanya Lee.

CONCLUSION: You can watch exclusive episodes of NECW Television at NECW.TV or you can check out the selection of New England Championship Wrestling and World Women’s Wrestling home release DVDs at www.necwwrestling.com and www.worldwomenswrestling.com.


MWF Unlimited sent this in:

We have an exclusive interview with the currently injured DiN.Y.ed, Click Here to see the interview, part one of three...

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Devin Cutting sent this in:

Larry Zbyszko, Steve Corino & The Patriot will be appearing at the Wrestling Superstars Live event in Indianapolis, Indiana on September 12th, 2008. Go to http://www.wrestlingsuperstarslive.com for info about WSL & http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming shows.


Mr. Chainsaw Productions Wrestling sent this in:

This Fall, both No Limits Champion: CADEN AMES, and #1 World Championship Contender: CHRISTIN ABLE have the biggest matches of their carreers ahead of them. Caden Ames will defend his MCPW No Limits Championship against Steve Amani in a Ladder Match, and #1 Contender Christin Able will take on MCPW World Champion Jimmy Jacobs for the MCPW World Championship! But in the newest episode of Chainsaw TV, you will get to see how both Caden Ames and Christin Able got their starts in MCPW, in their "Make or Break" Match from AfterMath 2007, Chainsaw TV presents: CHRISTIN ABLE vs. CADEN AMES!!!

Here is the link to Chainsaw TV: Episode 7....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kR6lQcOnSX0
MIKE DOMBROWSKI
Mr. Chainsaw Productions Wrestling & Concerts
Traverse City, MI Pro-Wrestling
http://www.MCPWrestling.com


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