'Georgia Wrestling History' for Feb. 19, IWS 2/16 report + 2CW on 2/23

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Wednesday, February 20, 2008 at 2:19 AM EST



Producer Reno Riggins announced that Southern All-Star Wrestling will be moving their television show to the ION Network starting April 5 with a 12pm Saturday time slot. ION reaches 2.5 million homes in the Middle Tennessee area. Riggins made the announcement on last night's Jerkin' the Curtain radio show where he was a featured guest along with Paul Adams. (Larry Goodman)

Florida Championship Wrestling will be back at the Bourbon Street Night Club tonight in New Port Richey, FL, located at 4331 US19 North. Bell time is 8:30 PM. Admission is $7. Advertised: FCW Southern Heavyweight Champion Heath Miller versus FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Jake Hager in a unification match; Nic Nemeth & Brad Allen versus Johnny Curtis & Kevin Kiley; Afa versus Rycklon; Eric Perez & Eddie Colon versus Chet Douglas & Tommy Taylor; the 7 Foot Giant versus Joshua Masters; Gabe Tuft versus Sheamus; and Heath Miller’s Happy Hour with Taryn Terrell, Beverly Mullins, Angela Fong, and the Bella Twins. (Rich Tate, courtesy of Alan Wojcik)

Mike Bullard's All-Star Wrestling Network presented Adrenaline on February 16 in Fort Valley, GA. A crowd of 75 saw Billy the Kid become the new AWN heavyweight champion by defeating "The Golden Boy" Chick Donovan. Bad Company (Danny Horne and Paul Warfield) defeated the KI Elite and Leon McMichaels and Q-Ball to become the new AWN tag team champions. Ash defeated Tommy 2 Much in a lumberjack match. Sam Slaughter defeated "The Shooter" Vordell Walker. The triple threat match between Leatherface, Johnny Camo and Cowboy was declared a no contest when Leatherface brought his chainsaw into the ring. In a man versus lady match, Demenchia defeated The Underfaker. Nathan was the referee for this match. Next show is this Saturday night with the doors opening at 7:30 and bell time being 8pm. (Brian Slack)

Aside from an event this Saturday, Southern Classic Wrestling also has two other shows coming soon. They will present “Deadly Games” on March 22 at Big Dog Billiards in Sandersville, GA. Advertised at this time is the debut of Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks & Cru Jones), as well as the finals of the SCW Tag Team Title tournament. In addition, Priscilla is scheduled to wrestle Envy. On April 26, SCW will be back at Big Dog’s presenting their one-year anniversary card, “They Said it Couldn’t Be Done”. The Masked Superstar is scheduled to appear, and there will be a meet-and-greet from 1-4:00 PM. Tickets for both events are $6 for adults, $3 for ages 6-12, and children 5 and under get in free. More details as the events near. (Rich Tate)

With World Wrestling Entertainment’s WrestleMania a little more than five weeks away, the events in Orlando, FL, are already taking shape. Ric Flair was announced as the first person inducted to this year’s WWE Hall of Fame class on RAW last night. It should also be noted here that following the recent annual announcement that Hulk Hogan was “this close” to starting a promotion, he told MTV that he would like to wrestle Flair at WrestleMania. Matches already set include a three-way for the WWE Heavyweight Title featuring champion Randy Orton, John Cena, and Triple H. Edge is scheduled to defend the WWE World Heavyweight Title against the Undertaker. Jeff Hardy and Mr. Kennedy are set as two entrants for the Money-in-the-Bank match. (Rich Tate)


Trash Talking Radio, hosted by Mike Trash, will feature Ian Rotten on its show tonight at 7:00 PM ET. (Rich Tate)

Wrestling Weekly, hosted by Doc Young and Les Thatcher, will feature Tammy ‘Sunny’ Sytch on its show tonight at 8:00 PM ET. (Rich Tate)

In Your Head will feature Traci Brooks on its show on February 20 at 8:00 PM ET. (Rich Tate)

GWH wishes a happy birthday to Francine, who turns 36 today.

George Hackenschmidt died on this day in 1968. He was 90.

It was on this day in 1992 that Tojo Yamamoto committed suicide at the age of 65.

Three years ago today, Roger ‘Mighty Yankee’ Mackay passed away at 76.


1934: Bill Crussell defeated Hugh Winn to win the Georgia Light Heavyweight and Southern Light Heavyweight Titles at the Fair Street Arena in Atlanta for promoter Jason Thompson.

1935: Jim Londos defeated Paul Jones, substituting for Dorv Roche, in two straight falls to retain the NWA World Heavyweight Title at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Henry Weber.

1936: Dick Powell defeated Dutch Schultz two falls to one in the main event at the New Coliseum in Augusta for promoter Bill Metzger.

1937: Orville Brown defeated Roland Kirchmeyer in the main event at Loew’s Grand Theatre for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Frank Speer.

1937: Bill Collins defeated Jack McAdams in the main event at the Northside Arena in Atlanta for promoters Frank Bettis and Cleve Roby.

1943: Roland Kirchmeyer defeated Emir Badui in the main event at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Sammy Friedman.

1954: Verne Gagne defeated Art Nelson in the main event at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones.

1963: The Fabulous Moolah defeated Bette Boucher to retain the Women’s World Title in the main event at the Macon City Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward.

1965: Mario Galento defeated Red Roberts in the main event in Forest Park for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

1965: The World Tag Team Champion Mysterious Medics defeated Bill Dromo & Joe Scarpa by disqualification in a title match at the National Guard Armory in Marietta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Elmo Chappell.

1971: The Assassins defeated Jack Crawford, Nikita Mulkovitch & Kubla Khan in a main event handicap match at the Paul Jones Sports Arena in Atlanta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. The semi-main event match featuring Luke Graham versus El Mongol ruled a no contest. Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee for this card. Roberto Soto participated in an autograph session for fans.

1974: Wayne Cowan defeated Ted Oates in a lights out Texas death match at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for All-South Wrestling Alliance promoter Ann Gunkel. Ernie Ladd & Thunderbolt Patterson defeated Ox Baker & the Missouri Mauler in the semi-main event. Also, El Mongol defeated Assassin #2 by disqualification, and the Mongols, managed by George Cannon, defeated Dick Steinborn & Ray Candy. Rock Hunter managed Assassin #2 and the Mauler.

1974: Mr. Wrestling #1 defeated Georgia Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 by disqualification in a main event title match at the Macon Coliseum for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward. Bob Armstrong, Bobo Brazil & Rufus R. Jones defeated Bobby Duncum, Ron Garvin & Terry Garvin in the semi-main event. Gary Hart managed Duncum and Jimmy Garvin managed the Garvins. It was reported that 6,646 were in attendance for this card.

1979: Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated the Masked Superstar in a main event lumberjack match at the William Bell Auditorium in Augusta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Charlie Harben. Tony Atlas defeated Stan Hansen by disqualification in the semi-main event, and Tommy Rich & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Ole & Gene Anderson.

1983: Butch Reed defeated Ivan Koloff in a main event Russian chain match at the Chattanooga (TN) Memorial Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Paul Orndorff defeated Bruiser Brody to retain the National Heavyweight Title in the semi-main event.

2005: David Young defeated US Junior Heavyweight Champion Jason Cross by disqualification in a main event title match at the GCW Sports Arena in Columbus for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Jerry Oates. Kid Kash defeated Erik Watts in the semi-main event.


IWS sent this in:

OLE! El Generico is Your NEW IWS Champion! OLE!

El Generico and Kevin Steen are friends; roommates; traveling buddies.

But there are no friends once the bell rings; no friends in the squared circle. Not when a title is at stake.

Kevin Steen and El Generico reminded us of that on Saturday. From the one upmanship between the two during the ring introductions with Kevin Steen reminding the world that for every accomplishment of El Generico’s career Kevin Steen did it first: going to Japan, winning the PWG title, being named Quebec’s number one wrestler, with the one exception being when El Generico won the IWS title and Kevin Steen stole it from him five minutes later.

Reminded us when Kevin Steen grabbed El Generico and hurled him off the top turnbuckle and into a concrete pillar near the ring at Bogey’s. Reminded us when El Generico chopped Kevin Steen’s own father to gain a mental edge on Kevin. Reminded us when El Generico crushed his best friend’s face three times with running Yakuza kicks. Reminded us when El Generico took revenge on Kevin Steen for stealing the IWS belt from him in 2004, by wrenching back the belt in 2008.


Violent Valentine
Results Quick and Dirty
Saturday, February 16th, 2008
Bogey’s World, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

IWS Canadian Title Match: Max Boyer retained his title against Franky the Mobster in 12:31

IWS Tag Team Title Match: The Super Smash Brothers (Player Uno and Stupefied) retained their titles beating the Untouchables (Dan Paysan and Jimmy Stone) in 11:07 with Stupefied pinning Dan Paysan.

EXesS Open Challenge: EXesS beat Santino in 7:43

Damian Retirement Match: Kenny the Bastard beat Damian in 12:17

“Paranoid” Jake Matthews and Sexxxy Eddy beat the Green Phantom and Kid Kamikaze in 12:35 with Sexxxy Eddy pinning Kid Kamikaze.

Samson beat Shayne Hawke in 8:10.

IWS Title Match: El Generico beat Kevin Steen in 26:23 to become the IWS Champion for the second time.


Detailed Results

Violent Valentine began with Max Boyer defending his IWS Canadian title against Franky the Mobster. An arrogant Max Boyer felt that his technical abilities would be more than a match for Franky, but Franky’s boisterous humour disguises a man who was trained to be an old school wrestler. A startled Max had to resort to an ambush roll-up to win the match and retain his title.

Dan Paysan and Jimmy Stone, The Untouchables, have been running their mouths for months about the inability of the Super Smash Brothers to touch them, to pin them, to beat them. Player Uno and Stupefied may have silenced the ersatz Italians by pinning Dan Paysan when Uno Goomba Stomped Dan right in his ridiculous golden spit curl and Stupefied Frog Splashed Dan for the win.

EXesS’ Open Challenge was answered by Joey Soprano… dragging his nephew Santino Italiano to the ring. Joey claimed that he had taught Santino all of EXesS’ weaknesses. Apparently, Joey’s idea of a weakness is that if you allow EXesS to hit you long enough and hard enough, his arms might get tired. Net result for Santino: two black eyes, one broken nose and a tap out to the Stretch Muffler.

2.0 dressed to the nines, confronted Twiggy in the ring, reminding him that everything good that Twiggy has ever had in the IWS, Jagged and Shane Matthews have taken away from him, including his tag team partner Pornstar Juan, his victory for the IWS Title against Manny and his chance for revenge at the Medley. They offered Twiggy the chance to either man up with a free shot… or walking away like their midget bitch. Twiggy walked away.

Damian’s last match may have been his best. He attacked Kenny the Bastard like a man with something to prove, but Kenny has been called the IWS Rubber Ball for a reason. Every time Damian stomped Kenny down, the Bastard bounced right back, even when Damian suplexed Kenny from the top rope through a table. Kenny stole a page from Damian’s book for the win, crushing the God of War’s chest with a 360 foot stomp from the top rope.

After the match, to chants of “Please Don’t Go!” and “God of War” Damian took the mike and explained that he was leaving the IWS because he was moving to Japan in September.

In a massive brawl, the Green Phantom found himself on the losing end against Jake Matthews once again as Jake and Eddy beat the temporary team of Kid Kamikaze and Phantom when Jake Matthews suplexed Double K through a table and Eddy followed up with his Pornstar Splash. They call him “Paranoid” Jake Matthews, but even paranoids have enemies. Jake’s enemy is now Green.

Beef Wellington came to the ring to berate the crowd, remind everyone that he is a miserable bastard and to shoot on Eddie Kingston. Beef complained that there is no one left in the IWS with any heart, that everyone came to the fed just to cash a cheque, just like Eddie Kingston. This brought out Santino Italiano all heart, two black eyes and a broken nose. One SICK E. Coli pile driver later and Beef left Santino lying in the ring, yelling, “That is what your heart and your passion gets you!”

Shayne Hawke was looking for revenge against Samson, but he is still looking. Shayne used every sneaky trick in his bag of tricks and invented a few more, but he was unable to overcome Samson’s strength. The strong man also displayed some interesting technical submission techniques forcing Hawke to tap to a shoulder crab variation that made it look like he was using Hawke like an exercise machine.

After El Generico won the IWS Title, IWS Canadian Champion Max Boyer came to the ring demanding a title shot against the new champion at Know Your Enemies. Complaining that once again Max wasn’t allowing a new champion to enjoy the moment, Kevin Steen insisted that he should be allowed the title shot and not Max. Eventually, Kevin announced that at the next show, the main event would be Kevin Steen vs. El Generico vs. Max Boyer for the IWS Title.


IWS/ISW VIP Bundle Special

This Sunday, our surgically detached, hideously deformed evil mutant formerly co-joined twin step-brother, Inter-Species Wrestling, will be engaging in one of the public travesties that they refer to with little regard to truth in advertising as a “Wrestling Show” by the name of Love Hurts at Foufounes Electriques.

Tickets are $12, but you can also buy a bundle of a ticket for Love Hurts and a VIP ticket for the next IWS show Know Your Enemies March 22nd for $25. That’s an IWS VIP ticket for only $13, a savings of $7!

Inter-Species Wrestling should be institutionalized for presenting Love Hurts, Sunday, February 24th, 2008 at Foufounes Electriques, 87 Ste-Catherine Est, (near the corner of Ste-Catherine and St-Laurent, near the St-Laurent metro) Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 8:00 pm, tickets are $12. 18+, card and times subject to change. For more information go to www.beyondthebarn.org or write to interspecieswrestling@hotmail.com .

The IWS presents: Know Your Enemies, Saturday, March 22nd, 2008 at Bogey’s World Bar & Billiard, 3250 Cremazie Est (corner of Cremazie and St-Michel near the St-Michel metro), Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 9:00 pm, tickets are $20 for VIP, $15 for Regular. 18+, card and times subject to change. For more information go to www.syndicatewrestling.com or e-mail Llakor@hotmail.com .

The IWS presents: Scarred For Life, Saturday, April 26th, 2008 at Bogey’s World Bar & Billiard, 3250 Cremazie Est (corner of Cremazie and St-Michel near the St-Michel metro), Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 9:00 pm, tickets are $20 for VIP, $15 for Regular. 18+, card and times subject to change. For more information go to www.syndicatewrestling.com or e-mail Llakor@hotmail.com .


Our DVDs for each show are released through www.smartmarkvideo.com. Our biggest recent release is Un F’N Sanctioned 2007 featuring then NWA World Heavyweight Champion Christian Cage - click here. Our best-selling DVD from last year is Un F’N Sanctioned 2006 featuring Sabu’s last match in the indies before his re-debut on Raw (two nights later) as well as the crazy hardcore Fans Bring the Weapons match - click here.


IWS fans in Germany can now pick some of our best shows from a fed almost as crazy and blood-thirsty as us: wXw. With our permission, they are making available the following shows to German (and European) fans:
Un F’N Sanctioned 2003 Medley show
Un F’N Sanctioned 2005 Medley show
Un F’N Sanctioned 2006 Medley show
Un F’N Sanctioned 2007 Medley show
Blood, Sweat and Beers 2007 Medley show
Scarred for Life 2005 Steen vs. Damian
Blood, Sweat and Beers 2005 Steen vs. Damian II
Summer Slaughter 2007 Steen vs. Damian III
Hardcore Heat 2006 Steen vs. Viking

Mark Griffin sent this in:

General Admission $6.00 Tickets are now available at these two locations for 2CW's "FTNA" 2/23 Binghamton, NY Show!!!! GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS WILL BE $10.00 AT THE DOOR!!!!

Location #1:
Skate Estate
3401 Vestal Rd
Vestal, NY 13850

Location #2:
American Legion Post # 80 (Tickets are available at the bar)
76 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

or get them online at http://www.2CW.com for $7 while they are available. All general admission tix will be $10 at the door...save some cash, get 'em now!

here is the card...

ECW Original THE BLUE MEANIE makes his 2CW debut against an opponent to be announced the night of the show in Binghamton, NY.

MAIN EVENT: For the 2CW Heavyweight Championship (Whoever gets the pinfall gets the title)
Dizzie & Isys Ephex VS. Slyck Wagner Brown & “Die hard” Eddie Edwards

Nikki Roxx VS. Lexxus
"Main Event" Jason Axe & Gordy Wallace VS. Killer Steves
“Hurricane” John Walters VS. Brian Fury
All Money is Legal VS. Wyld Stayllons
AJAX820 VS. Antonio “the Promise” Thomas
*Card subject to change

doors at 6:15pm show at 7pm.
American Legion Post # 80
76 Main Street
Binghamton, NY 13905

for any and all info hit http://www.2CW.com