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2/17 Pro Wrestling Unplugged & JCW report, Simon Dean training camp

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Sunday, February 18, 2007 at 4:04 AM EST

Pro Wrestling Unplugged sent in the following report:

PWU "Raven's Revenge?" Results from 02/17/07
Pro Wrestling Unplugged & Juggalo Championsh!t Wrestling present.

"RAVEN'S REVENGE?"
New Alhambra Arena
7 Ritner Street
South Philadelphia, PA
Post Show Results By: Dan "The Phan" Cowhey

The PWU fans turned out once again even on a Saturday afternoon to come check out the great PWU action. In a night where we saw the New Alhambra Arena debut of WSX Champion, Vampiro, as well as a night where Devon Moore proved once again why he is World Champion.

- KJ O'Doyle defeats Dizzie. "The Rising Star" proved to be too much for third member of All Money Is Legal, Dizzie. After a back and forth contest... "The Rising Star" pulls out the victory with a Death Vally Driver straight to hell on Dizzie!

- Mercedes Martinez & Mickie Knuckles defeat Angel Orsini & Amy Lee. This match starts off with a bang when Martinez and Knuckles send their opponents to the outside and then Knuckles hits to the skies with a suicide dive to take out Amy and Angel. Mercedes gets the big win after a super kick and suplex combination! After the match, Mickie comes in to save Mercedes from the brutal attack she received from the win. Mickie takes out Amy, Angel, and even THE MAD DOCTOR!

- Joker forced Pete Hunter w/ "The Original Pitbull" Gary Wolf to tap out. Joker remained in control of the young Hunter for the majority of the match. Hunter get his licks in when he resorts to a smash mouth style similar to his mentor's. Joker gets the win when out of nowhere Joker makes Hunter tap out to a crossface! Joker is truly a force to reckon with!

- Lucky defeated Aramis and Quiet Storm. Lucky makes his PWU debut a success in this fast paced, high flying match. After Quiet Storm dished out a low blow to Aramis as a "receipt" of last month's loss, Lucky rolls up Aramis for the win. This loss ends the streak Aramis has recently had here in PWU.

- All Money is Legal defeated Trent Acid & Azrieal to earn a future PWU Tag Team Title shot. Prior to the match Johnny Kashmere informed the PWU crowd that he suffered a groin injury and that they had hired out Azrieal. Tod Gordon then informed Kashmere that he has handpicked an opponent for Kashmere on March 17th as a bit of punishment for Kashmere's "injury." In the end however, All Money Is Legal proves why they won the Memorial Cup in October when they defeated Acid and Azrieal.

- Devon Moore successfully defends PWU World Title against Ian Rotten in a bloody contest. Moore did not even come out in his wrestling gear tonight as he was prepared for a bloody battle with the Hardcore Legend, Ian Rotten. After they went through everthing from barbed wire to even a kitchen sink. Devon Moore retained his title once again.

- Damien Slugga defeats Mad Man Pondo of JCW. Slugga proved that no Hardcore Juggalo would strike fear in him as he took on and beat down Mad Man Pondo of the JCW.

- Jose Maximo defeats Joel Maximo, Mark Briscoe, and Jay Briscoe to become #1 Contender for the PWU World Title. Although the match took place in the "City of Brotherly Love," these brothers were not showing love to each other as a PWU World Title Shot was on the line! We saw Maximos team up with each other. We even saw Maximos team up with Briscoes but in the end it was Jose Maximo who gets the title shot next month.

- Vampiro defeats Luke Hawx in his PWU/Arena Debut. Vampiro was very calculating of each of this moves and it proved to be very effective against the younger Luke Hawx. Vampiro nailed a chokeslam and followed it up with a driver to end the match in quite the impressive PWU/Arena Debut of Vampiro

- Homicide and 2 Tuff Tony with Violent J are both disqualified for attacking the referee. This match seemed to be evenly matched until Violent J, owner of JCW, interjected himself into the match and took out Homicide. Referee Hanson disqualified both 2 Tuff Tony and Homicide for attacking him, much to the chagrin of the PWU crowd.

- Robinson successfully defends PWU Hardcore Championship against Raven. The show was main evented by Raven and Coporal Robinson. Instantly this match started off with a bang when Raven took our Corporal Robinson momentarily. Remember this is the PWU Hardcore Rules Match, Knock Out or Submission Only. Robinson shows why he is Champion throughout this match up but Raven shows why he's a "star." At one point he even grabs the microphone and demands silence from the crowd while he "beats" Robinson. Raven hit the Raven Effect DDT in answer to the Boot Camp from Robinson, a Diamond Cutter he then mimicked "friend" Kurt Angle with an Anklelock. Finally he attempted a GORE... But Robinson blocked it! ROBINSON PULLED OUT THE WIN! And he celebrates with fellow Juggalos in the new custom-made hatchboy Jerseys! And then they reveal that from now on the team of Corporal Robinson, 2 Tuff Tony, Shaggy 2 Dope, and Violent J will be known as the Hatchet Boyz.

QUICK RESULTS

- KJ Hellfire-O'Doyle over Dizzie

- Mercedes Martinez & Mickie Knuckles defeat Angel Orsini & Amy Lee

- Joker forced Pete Hunter w/ "The Original Pitbull" Gary Wolf to tap out

- Lucky defeated Aramis and Quiet Storm

- All Money is Legal defeated Trent Acid & Azrieal to earn a future PWU Tag Team Title shot

- Devon Moore successfully defends PWU World Title against Ian Rotten in a bloody contest

- Damien Slugga defeats Mad Man Pondo of JCW

- Jose Maximo defeats Joel Maximo, Mark Briscoe, and Jay Briscoe to become #1 Contender for the PWU World Title

- Vampiro defeats Luke Hawx in his PWU/Arena Debut

- Homicide and 2 Tuff Tony with Violent J are both disqualified for attacking the referee

- Robinson successfully defends PWU Hardcore Championship against Raven


Larry Goodman sent this in:

Nashville Wrestling Camp set for Feb.24th featuring Simon Dean/Mike Bucci
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A few spots are left for anyone wanting to attend the first Nashville Wrestling Camp on February 24th in Nashville which will feature WWE's Director of Developmental Talent, Simon Dean aka Mike Bucci. What an incredible opportunity for anyone looking to make Pro Wrestling their career to spend the entire day at this camp and with Mike Bucci. The cost is only $225 and the camp begins at 9 am. Several area Nashville wrestlers have already signed up, and we are very pleased that guys from Texas, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Illinois and Kentucky are coming to the camp also. If you are interested in participating in the camp, simply email Championship7@aol.com with your basic information and you will be contacted.