Georgia Wrestling History for February 23 & February 24 + ISW tonight

Reported by Adam Martin of
On Sunday, February 24, 2008 at 4:15 PM EST



Kingdom Championship Wrestling results from the Eastman-Dodge Recreation Center in Eastman, GA: The Georgia Bulldog over Q-Ball to win the KCW National Heavyweight Title; Rob Adonis & Josh Stone over Frankie Valentine & Colt Derringer; Chick Donovan and the Nightmare wrestled to a draw; Power House over the Eliminator; and Rob Adonis won a ten-man battle royal that included some of the aforementioned, as well as Anthony Brooks and the Choo-Choo Express. Thunderbolt Patterson also made an appearance. It was reported that 150 were in attendance for this card. (Rich Tate)

Despite the bad weather, the Great Championship Wrestling event on February 21 drew another sell out crowd of 320 people. Mason Cutter defeated GCW tag team champion Tex Monroe after Devin Cutter switched places with Mason and rolled Monroe up in a small package for the victory. GCW Interstate champion AJ Steele w/The Intern defeats Johnny Slaughter in a non title match after hitting a Steele City Bomb. David Young defeats Shaun Banks w/Zero Tolerance after hitting a spinebuster. Tag team champion J-Rod defeats Devin Cutter by schoolboy after Tex Monroe ran down to stop Mason Cutter from interfering. Sonny Siaki defeats Michael Cook after hitting an inverted rolling neckbreaker. Scotty Beach and Bull Buchanan defeats Orion Bishop and Zero Tolerance w/Wicked Nemesis by DQ after Zero used the turnbuckle, which popped off, as a weapon. In a GCW heavyweight title match, Disco Inferno defeats Johnny Swinger w/Zero Tolerance after Shaun Banks ran in and attacked Disco. The referees were Scrappy and Jeff McGowan and Randy Ray. (Brian Slack)

Southern Classic Wrestling's next show will be on February 23 at Big Dog Billiards Hall in Sandersville, GA. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for kids 6-12. Children 5 and under get in for free. In the main event, VIP members Tommy Lee, Big Bank Barfield, and Matt Mercer face off against the SCW team of the SCW Southern Heavyweight champion Bobby Joiner, "Bulldog" TW James and Flatline. Frankie Valentine takes on NWA and Georgia legend, The Masked Nightmare. In a Georgia Heritage title match, SCW ring announcer hired a special assassin to take the champion Loco Motive out of wrestling once and for all. Ace Heffner hired a mystery opponent to wrestle his nephew, Greg Haze. The Freak goes up against Josh Stone. In a SCW Georgia tag team title tournament match to determine the next SCW Georgia tag champions, Chaos & Carnage ("The Real Superstar" CHAOS & "Kid Carnage" Scotty Carmichael) versus The Foreign Legion (Juan Tequila & "The Afghan Oil Sheik" Prince Rhumma) and in another tournament match The Stanton Clan (Adam & Eric) versus Brian "Lightning" Titus & The Psychoman. (Brian Slack)

Flatline Championship Wrestling is in Grovetown, GA, at Patriots Park tonight, beginning at 7:00 PM. Admission is $7, but kids five and under get in free. Doors open at 6:30. (Thomas Bugg)

A few last minute changes to the Florida Championship Wrestling event at the Jewish Community Center tonight in Port Richey, FL. Tickets are $10. Doors open at 7:00 PM and the matches start at 8:00. There will still be a tournament to determine the FCW Florida Tag Team Champions. The final round will be the main event. Participating in the tournament are Heath Miller & Steve Lewington, Johnny Curtis & Kevin Kiley, Brad Allen & Nic Nemeth, Sheamus & Kafu, Eric Perez & Eddie Colon, and Gabe Tuft & Rycklon. Still billed are matches featuring Hade Vansen versus Chet Douglas; Greg Jackson versus the 7 Foot Giant; and Sinn Bowdee versus Mighty Mikey. However, some of the other matches have been tweaked. FCW Florida Heavyweight Champion Jake Hager and T.J. Wilson were originally billed in opposite corners of a mixed match. Hager is now scheduled to defend the title against Wilson. Nattie Neidhart, originally billed as Wilson’s partner in the nixed mixed match, will now team with Maryese against Taryn Terrell & Victoria, the latter of which was to be Hager’s partner initially. Afa was also scheduled to wrestle Ted DiBiase, Jr., but will now meet Billy Kidman. DiBiase is no longer on the bill. Added to the card is a match featuring Chris Gray versus Kofi Kingston. (Rich Tate, courtesy of Alan Wojcik)

Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling will be in Cheraw, SC, tonight, at the Cheraw High School. Bell time is 8:00 PM. Advertised: Buff Bagwell, Nikita Koloff, Bobby Eaton, and the Rock & Roll Express. (Rich Tate)

AWA World-1 South will be in Cordele, GA, on May 3 at the Crisp County Middle School Auditorium for "AWA Southern Clash". Matches begin at 7:30. Advertised: AWA World Champion "The Living Legend" Larry Zbyszko vs. "The Trademark of Excellence" Ricky Landell, Kirby Mack takes on Chasyn Rance in defense of the AWA World Light Heavyweight Title, Francisco Ciatso w/ Hardcore Giant Ron Niemi takes on The Nightmare in defense of the AWA Southern Heavyweight title. Also scheduled to appear: Insane Mike Pain, Big Bank Barfield, Q-Ball, Steve "The Brawler" Lawler, "Wildfire" Tommy Rich, The Heartbreak Express, Chic Donovan, J-Rod, KI Elite, Jake "The Milkman" Milliman, Frankie "The Thumper" DeFalco and more to be announced in the coming weeks. Card subject to change. (Thomas Bugg)


The second edition of Peach State Pandemonium took place this morning, featuring our guest Gary Hart. Crimson Mask was the co-pilot this week. There were some technical difficulties at the beginning of the program, but we got it fixed in time for a nice interview with Hart. Click here to listen in the event you missed us live. Next week we will feature Ron West and Bull Buchanan at 11 AM ET. (Rich Tate)

It was recently announced that Total Nonstop Action would be presenting a live event on March 27, during the normal time slot for iMPACT, but that now appears to be on hold. A firm decision to cancel has not been made, but it is also not definite whether they will follow through with it. An announcement is expected next week. (Rich Tate)

In a move that no doubt raises eyebrows, it has been learned that Vince McMahon has declined to attend a February 27 hearing before Congress to address issues on the health of athletes. According to our sources, McMahon chose not to attend, as noted World Wrestling Entertainment attorney Jerry McDevitt could not be available to accompany him to the session. Key leaders of all major sports leagues within the United States were also invited, as was George Mitchell, and there has been no indication that any of them will not gather before the committee. (Rich Tate)

GWH wishes a happy birthday to Ron Niemi, who turns 38 today.

On this day in 1999, Rick ‘Renegade’ Williams committed suicide at 23.

Jesus Perez died one year ago today of natural causes at the age of 91.


1905: M.J. Dwyer defeated Jack Monroe two falls to one at the Atlanta Athletic Club.

1938: Red Ryan defeated Paul Harper in the main event at the Warren Arena in Atlanta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Frank Speer. Doug Wyckoff defeated Babe Zaharias in the semi-main event, and Lou Thesz defeated Bill Bartush by countout.

1939: It should be noted that Lou Thesz defeated Everett Marshall to win the NWA World Heavyweight Title in St. Louis, MO. This version was the one recognized by the National Boxing Association as the National Wrestling Association.

1951: The Golden Terror defeated Bob Orton to retain the Southern Heavyweight Title at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Ginger the Bear defeated Jack Steele & Bobby Lane in the semi-main event. Also, Nick Carter defeated Lane, and Tarzan White defeated Lester Welch.

1953: Aldo Bogni defeated Mayes McLain two falls to one in the main event at the William Bell Auditorium in Augusta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Tom Mahoney.

1953: Red Dugan defeated Tiny Oxford in the main event in Fitzgerald for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward. It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

1965: Mario Galento defeated Billy Hines to retain the Georgia Heavyweight Title at the Macon City Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward. Joe Scarpa & Choo-Choo Lynn defeated the Mysterious Medics in the main event. Bob Eisenburg was the special referee for the match.

1968: A main event title match featuring Southern Tag Team Champions Enrique & Alberto Torres versus Tarzan Tyler & El Mongol was ruled a no contest at the Paul Jones Sports Arena in Atlanta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Jack Crawford managed El Mongol.

1971: Bob Armstrong, Bob Griffin & Leon Ogle defeated Homer O’Dell, Luke Graham & Buddy Colt by disqualification in the main event at the Macon Coliseum for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward. Homer O’Dell managed Colt.

1973: Jerry Oates, Norvel Austin & Bobo Brazil defeated Bobby Cash, Tarzan Tyler & Arman Hussein, managed by Jack Crawford, in the main event at the Paul Jones Sports Arena in Atlanta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Tyler lost the match mainly because Cash & Hussein walked out on him and Crawford in the middle of the match. Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Hans Schmidt in the semi-main event. Bill Dromo & Bob Armstrong defeated Sputnik & Rocket Monroe by disqualification.

1974: A main event match featuring Mr. Wrestling #1 versus Mr. Wrestling #2 was ruled a no contest at the Griffin-Barnesville Sports Palace for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Bobby Duncum & Art Nelson and Bobo Brazil & Rufus R. Jones wrestled to a draw in the semi-main event.

1979: A main event bunkhouse lumberjack match featuring Ole Anderson versus Dusty Rhodes was ruled a no contest at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. A semi-main event title versus title match between North American Heavyweight Champion Mr. Wrestling #2 and the Georgia Heavyweight Champion Masked Superstar was ruled a no contest.

1980: Tommy Rich defeated Austin Idol to win the Georgia Television Title at the WTBS Studios in Atlanta on the tapings for “Georgia Championship Wrestling”, hosted by Gordon Solie. While Rich was celebrating his win over Idol, Harley Race charged the ring and he and Idol injured Rich’s leg. By the end of the program, Freddy Miller announced that Mr. Wrestling #2 would replace Rich in the match with Race on February 24, 1980, since Rich would obviously not be able to wrestle.



Florida Championship Wrestling results from the Jewish Community Center in Port Richey, FL, on February 23: in the tournament to determine FCW Florida Tag Team Champions, Heath Miller & Steve Lewington over Johnny Curtis & Kevin Kiley; Brad Allen & Nic Nemeth over Sheamus & Kafu; Eric Perez & Eddie Colon over Gabe Tuft & Rycklon; Perez & Colon over Allen & Nemeth by disqualification; and Perez & Colon over Miller & Lewington in the finals to win the title. In other matches, Hade Vansen over Chet Douglas; the 7 Foot Giant over Greg Jackson; Mighty Mikey over Sinn Bowdee; Nattie Neidhart & Maryse over Taryn Terrell & Victoria; Kofi Kingston over Chris Gray; Afa, Jr., over Billy Kidman; and Jake Hager over T.J. Wilson to retain the FCW Florida Heavyweight Title. Click here for a report from Alan Wojcik. (Rich Tate, courtesy of Alan Wojcik)

American Pro Wrestling results from Spartanburg, SC, on February 23: Erik Anton over K9; Boomer & Dookie Payne over Adam Jaxon & Vinny Valentine; Ken Magnum over Chief Jay Eagle to retain the APW Heavyweight Title; Nathan Lee & Dirty over Heath Havoc & A.J. Frost by disqualification to retain the APW Tag Team Title; Shane Steele over Alex Stone to win the APW US Heavyweight Title; Matt Burns & Supreme over Chad Colt & Taylor St. Cloud; Mike Madden over Evan Force; and Ike Stevens, Psycho Jimmy & the Assassin over Johnny Dollar, Bobby Diamond & Squeaks the Clown. (Rich Tate, courtesy of Gene Restaino)

Georgia Pro Wrestling Association results from City Limits Dining and Entertainment in Tifton, GA, on February 21: in the first match, The Marvelous Ones defeated Q-Ball & Iron Wil when Wil turned on Q-Ball; the second match was scheduled to be a midget match featuring Kid Bodydrop versus Enigma but both wrestlers no-showed the event; Psych defeated "The Real Deal" Jake Slater in a fan participation strap on a pole match by reverse decision. Slater had been awarded the win when Chick Donovan, who was commentating at ringside, pointed out to the referee that Psych had the strap first while the referee was down; Donovan won over The Masked Nightmare by DQ when Jake Slater interfered, attacking Chick Donovan; and "Insane" Mike Pain retained the GPWA title in a dog-collar chain match over "Platinum Playboy" Preston Paradise. This was a television taping for OneVision Media Group Channel 96, "The People's Channel". GPWA will return to City Limits on March 6. (Thomas Bugg)


Jerkin' the Curtain, hosted by Trent Van Drisse, will feature AM Vision on its show on February 25 at 11:00 PM ET.

William ‘Farmer’ Baldwin died in the ring on this day in 1911.

Matt Storm passed away one year ago today at the age of 39.


1932: Jim Londos defeated Pat O’Shocker to retain the NWA World Heavyweight Title at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Henry Weber.

1960: Big Humphrey defeated the Great John L. in the main event at the Columbus Sports Arena for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Fred Ward. Chief Little Eagle defeated Krusher Larson by disqualification in the semi-main event.

1964: Bill Dromo & Chief Little Eagle defeated Stan Stasiak & Red Roberts by disqualification in the main event at the William Bell Auditorium in Augusta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Steve Manderson.

1967: Enrique & Ramon Torres defeated Lars & Gene Anderson by disqualification to retain the World Tag Team Title at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Lou Thesz defeated Bill Dromo in the semi-main event. El Mongol, managed by Jack Crawford, defeated Buddy Fuller to win the Georgia Heavyweight Title. Leo Garibaldi was credited as being a referee on this card. NWA President Sam Muchnick was in attendance for this card.

1968: On the “Live Atlanta Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral, it was announced that the Southern Tag Team Title was being held up pending a review of the match on February 23, 1968, between champions Enrique & Alberto Torres and Tarzan Tyler & El Mongol.

1973: On the “Georgia Championship Wrestling” television program hosted by Gordon Solie, Bobby Cash & Arman Hussein joined Capral to announce they had severed ties with Jack Crawford.

1978: Mr. Wrestling #2 defeated Stan Hansen by disqualification in the main event at the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. Tony Atlas & Andre the Giant defeated Ole & Lars Anderson in the semi-main event. Tommy Rich defeated Abdullah the Butcher, managed by Rock Hunter, in a no disqualification match. Also, Nick Bockwinkel, managed by Bobby Heenan, defeated Bob Armstrong to retain the AWA Heavyweight Title.

1980: Mr. Wrestling #2, substituting for Tommy Rich, defeated NWA World Heavyweight Champion Harley Race by disqualification in a title match at the Omni Auditorium in Atlanta for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Paul Jones. The semi-main event featuring Dusty Rhodes & Wahoo McDaniel versus Terry Funk & Dory Funk, Jr., was ruled a no contest. Ole & Lars Anderson defeated Ivan Koloff & Alexis Smirnoff, managed by Rock Hunter, in a Texas tornado match. Austin Idol defeated Kevin Sullivan in a lumberjack match. Also, Tony Atlas defeated Abdullah the Butcher & the Great Mephisto in a handicap loser leaves match.

1983: Dick Murdoch defeated the Iron Sheik in the main event at the Hara Arena in Dayton, OH, for Georgia Championship Wrestling promoter Les Thatcher. Stan Hansen & Paul Orndorff and Ole Anderson & Buzz Sawyer wrestled to a draw in the semi-main event.

1985: Greg Valentine defeated Tony Atlas to retain the Inter-Continental Heavyweight Title at the Omni Auditorium in Atlanta for the World Wrestling Federation.

1985: Tommy Rich defeated Rip Rogers in the main event at the Cobb County Civic Center in Marietta for Championship Wrestling from Georgia promoter Ole Anderson. Anderson defeated Scott Irwin in the semi-main event.

ISW sent this in:

Inter-Species Wrestling Press Release:

For Immediate Release:

Inter-Species Wrestling

Love Hurts!
Inter-Species Wrestling


The International Wrestling Syndicate wishes to advise the public that our surgically detached, hideously deformed evil mutant formerly co-joined twin step-brother, Inter-Species Wrestling, has escaped from the sanatorium where we had it confined and they will be presenting a public travesty that they mockingly and with little or no regard to truth in advertising refer to as a “Wrestling Show”.

It takes place this Sunday evening at Foufounes Electriques (87 Ste-Catherine East near the St-Laurent Metro).



ISW Love Hurts
Card Quick and Dirty
Sunday, February 24th, 2008
Foufounes Electriques
87 Ste-Catherine East
Montreal, Quebec, CANADA

Inter-Species Wrestling Title Match: ISW Champion Viking vs. Player Uno vs. Zombified vs. "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen

MVP: Michael Von Payton vs. Kenny The Bastard

I'M IN LOVE!: Sexxxy Eddy vs. Steve

Inter Species Scramble IV:
McGoths (Bloodlust McGoth and Spooky McGoth) vs.
Untouchables (Jimmy Stone and Dan Paysan) vs.
When Animals Attack (Moohammad and the Iron Sheep) vs.
The Walking Dead (Kraven and Izzy Deadyet)

Teacher vs. Student: El Generico vs. Twiggy

F*cked Up Match: Beef Wellington vs. Giant Tiger II

Kid Kamikaze Invitational IV aka Obligatory Wrestling Match: Kid Kamikaze vs. Max Boyer


Not that the words “ISW” “brain” “trust” and “manage” should ever be used in the same sentence but to properly understand how the ISW brain trust manages their shows, they employ the worst wrestling ring announcer in the Galaxy – which is to say me.

(I used to be the worst ring announcer in the world but a lisping epileptic crab creature on Alpha Centauri died recently and I got promoted...


Originally, in a rare moment of sanity, ISW management were planning on getting Stinky the Homeless Guy to do the announcing. Stinky damaged his knee diving for a quarter and in theory was available for non-physical work, but he turned down the gig. I would like to say that they begged me to do the job, but the truth is I was the one doing the begging. No, I have no pride.

So what matches do I get to announce?

Well, let’s start with the man whose press releases fawningly describe him as “Ontario’s Greatest Wrestler”, Michael Von Payton, M.V.P. Let’s be clear - the man is a physical specimen, not to mention a highly skilled old school wrestler. It is also just within the realm of possibility that M.V.P. is as good as he thinks he is. But to prove that, M.V.P. will have to beat everyone’s favourite leg humping lizard, Kenny the Bastard. Now in ISW, Kenny has never scored a victory, but unless you believe that the ISW Kenny is the Earth-One Kenny and the IWS Kenny is the Earth-Two Kenny, they are the same guy – lizard – thing. And Kenny is coming off a huge IWS win against Damian in the God of War’s retirement match, so if I were M.V.P. I wouldn’t be penciling down the “W” in my record book just yet.

The Badd Boys (Brad and Chad Badd) will be making an appearance at ISW. Hopefully, they will have a match. Originally, they were scheduled to face an up and coming young Ontario tag team who cancelled the booking as soon as they heard who they would be facing faster than a WCW superstar calling in sick when they saw their name next to Vader on the booking sheets. The ISW is currently looking for a replacement team.

In order to meet the minimum standards to be able to advertise themselves as a wrestling show, each ISW show must feature one actual wrestling match. Almost always this content is provided by Kid Kamikaze’s Kid Kamikaze Invitational. This time around the wrestler invited to attempt to defeat the - unbeaten in the ISW Kid Kamkaze - is one of Quebec’s finest technical wrestlers: Max Boyer. This is a match where I am certain it will be an honour to announce the winner.

The rematch between Beef Wellington and Giant Tiger on the other hand – not so much – an honour to announce the winner that is. For those new to ISW allow me to explain that the feud between Beef Wellington and Giant Tiger is built around the fact that – and there is no way to explain this other than just to say it – Giant Tiger has been repeatedly fornicating Beef’s father and Beef is understandably upset about it. According to the stipulations of this match if Giant Tiger wins, he gets 73 hours with Beef; while if Beef wins, he:
Quote “he frees his father’s asshole from the wrecking ball known as Giant Tiger’s cock” Unquote.

(I could not make this up if I tried.)

I have been informed by ISW management that a wrestler known only as “Intermission” will be making an appearance at Love Hurts but I have yet to be informed in what capacity he will be appearing.

Maintaining the tradition of the Inter-Species Scramble Tag matches where almost literally anything can happen, Love Hurts will feature the fourth of these scrambles and appropriately enough four teams will look to win this fourth edition. Making their ISW debuts are the perky preppy duo the McGoths accompanied as always by their manager OZ.

(No, I haven’t seen them yet. Heard good things. Looking forward to it.)

Also in action in this match will be When Animals Attack bringing together the Terrorist Cow, Moohammad and his mentor, the former World Champion, the Iron Sheep. Hopefully, Moohammad can keep the Sheep from taking his special medicine until after the match is over. Confronting the authentic animals will be the ersatz Italians, the Untouchables, Dan Paysan and Jimmy Stone.

The final team in the match are brought to you by George Romero’s Diary of the Dead bringing you the slow stumbling eat your brains zombies since 1968. The Walking Dead consist of Kraven (as in Kraven your brain – no Zombies can’t spel) and Izzy Deadyet, managed as always by Gore.

Just as a personal comment, it has always been obvious to me that under no circumstance should you ever EVER turn your back on Giant Tiger. Did not realize that the same rule applied to ISW’s latest addition Steve. Nope. Did not see that coming at all. I hope that - the enamored with Steve - Sexxxy Eddy will realize what I learned the hard way before it’s too late.

The ISW’s Air Guitar Hero, Twiggy, is well-known to the fans. Few know however that Twiggy was trained originally by El Generico. At Love Hurts, Student will try to surpass Teacher as Twiggy clashes with El Generico. If you have ever wanted to see Bon Jovi get into a brawl with the Bouncing Souls, this match will be… nothing like that at all.


Scheduled for the main event is a fatal four-way for the ISW title pitting the ISW Champion, the alcoholic anarchist Viking against the most decorated wrestler in independent Canadian wrestling, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen against Steen’s frequent victim and rival Player Uno against the anti-Romero, fast as a hiccup, rip your head off and use your skull as a bowling ball, more of a plague victim than a zombie, zombie known as Zombiefied.

Zombiefied has been thrust into this match by his manager Gore as punishment for failing to come to the aid of Izzy Deadyet and the rest of the Walking Dead in their casket match against Viking at ISW Slamtasia – a match that ended with the entire Walking Dead (except Zombiefied) stuffed into a casket by Viking who used a double knee stomp from the top rope to drive the splintered shards of the casket lid into the furious zombies. Zombiefied must prove his worth to Gore by winning the title. This will not be easy in a match featuring some of independent wrestling’s best young talent.

Player Uno and Kevin Steen have issues related to their matches known only as “Kill Uno” and “Kill Uno Two”. Not sure why Player Uno would have a grudge over that. Reportedly, Kevin Steen is pissed that he has yet to exhaust Uno’s seemingly unlimited reservoir of extra lives.

Steen and Viking have a violent history outside of ISW, Uno much less so. Neither Steen nor Uno have much history with Zombiefied, but then Zombiefied hates the living and I have a shrewd idea that Uno and Steen aren’t likely to embrace a wrestler as a friend when his goal is to pin you, kill you and eat your brains… roughly in that order.

Inter-Species Wrestling Love Hurts this Sunday at Foufounes Electriques. Be there or Giant Tiger will repeatedly consensually fornicate your father.

Announcer Extraordinaire - Inter Species Wrestling

Rotchy called me Extraordinaire. I think he means “ordure” not “ordinaire” as in:
Llakor – Announcer Extra-Shitty


The ISW Love Hurts You-Tube Promos

Steve and Eddy

Giant Tiger (NNNNNNSFW)

Kid Kamikaze and Boyer

Twiggy and Rikki

Kenny the Bastard

The Perky Preppy Happy McGoths


IWS/ISW VIP Bundle Special

Tickets for Love Hurts are $12 at the door, 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 arrested 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 (we should be so lucky). For more information go to or write to .

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 or e-mail .

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 or e-mail .


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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

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