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9/16 Southeastern News, AAPW & 10/4, PWO, JAPW & 9/19 & Chikara

Reported by Adam Martin of WrestleView.com
On Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 2:58 PM EST

SOUTHEASTERN WRESTLING NEWS, NOTES, AND NOSTALGIA: 09/16/2008

NEWS and NOTES

World Wrestling Entertainment’s SmackDown/ECW crew will be at the Sommet Center in Nashville, TN, tonight.

WWE results from Montgomery, AL, on September 15: Primo Colon & Carlito over John Morrison & the Miz; Chavo Guerrero over Jimmy Wang Yang; Michelle McCool over Maryse to retain the WWE Divas Title; Jeff Hardy over Shelton Benjamin by disqualification; Finlay over Mike Knox; Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder over Jesse & Festus to retain the WWE Tag Team Title; Matt Hardy over Mark Henry to retain the ECW Heavyweight Title; and Triple H & the Undertaker over MVP & the Great Khali.

WWE’s No Mercy PPV will be broadcast live from the Rose Garden in Portland, OR, on October 5. Advertised: Chris Jericho defends the WWE World Heavyweight Title against Shawn Michaels in a ladder match; Triple H defends the WWE Heavyweight Title against Jeff Hardy; Beth Phoenix defends the WWE Women’s Title against Candice Michelle; and Batista versus JBL to determine the number one contender to Jericho’s title.

If you begin seeing news names from Florida Championship Wrestling, don’t think there has been a huge influx of new talent. Rather, eight of the WWE developmental talent have had their names changed. These changes include the following: Byron Saxton (formerly Bryan Kelly), Carson Oakley (formerly Kevin Kiley), Damien Santiago (formerly Lupe Martinez), Nelson Roy (formerly Imani Lee), Sebastian Slater (formerly Heath Miller), Taj Milano (formerly Gabe Tuft), Trent Barretta (formerly Greg Jackson), and Tyson Tarver (formerly Tyrone Jones).

Total Nonstop Action will be taping for iMPACT! at Universal Studios in Orlando, FL, tonight. Admission for tapings is free. Call (407) 224-6000 for more info. Matches expected to take place include Christian Cage & A.J. Styles versus Chris Sabin & Alex Shelley, Jay Lethal versus Booker T, and Kip James & Velvet Sky versus Rhino & Taylor Wilde. Mick Foley is also expected to appear.

Today in Memoriam: Dick Brower (64, 1997), Jimmy McGuire (51, 2002), and Ricky Gibson (53, 2006).

The Future Wrestling Federation has its next event on September 19 at the Hoop 4 Life Center in Carl, GA. Advertised: In a title vs. mask match, Psychoman (c) vs. Black Spyder. In a FWF US title match, DeMarco Knight (c) w/Tiny Hughes vs. "Vicious" Vic Roze w/Charlie Cash. Micah Taylor vs. Cru Jones. Junior vs. Mortochai. The Unholy Alliance members, Brian Titus, Leatherface, & Terry Lawler vs. Explicit Content & Crash Hollywood. Also scheduled to appear, "The Kid" Brandon Kage, "The Lights" TA Stanton, "The Hotshot" Jamie Holmes, Father John Christian, Rob Russo. Doors open at 8:00 and bell time is 8:30. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for kids 7-12 and free for kids under 5.

Around 200 people were in attendance at the September 14 Rampage Pro Wrestling Show in Warner Robins, GA. Rob Adonis defeated Frankie Valentine w/Ace Diamond. In a championship tournament match, Sal Rinauro defeated Kyle Matthews to advance. Kodiak w/Ace Diamond defeated Ron Stalker. Intermission: Dr. Johnny Gayton called out Shaun Banks. Gayton hit Banks with a Samoan drop and put lipstick on him. Cru Jones came in and attacked Gayton. Hot Like Lava double teamed Gayton until Jason Cross & AJ Steele made the save. In another championship tournament match, Colt Derringer defeated J-Rod thanks to outside interference from Sal Rinauro. Afterward, J-Rod challenged Sal for Sal's spot in the tournament. A.J. Steele & Jason Cross defeated Hot Like Lava members, Cru Jones & Shaun Banks when Banks was hit with a knee lift from a masked man. After the match, Valentine & Kodiak w/Ace Diamond attacked Cross. Diamond said that the attack was courtesy of Vordell Walker.

The next RPW event is at Johnny G's in Warner Robins, GA, on September 21 at 4:00. Advertised: Sal Rinauro defends his spot in the RPW championship tournament against J-Rod. In a championship tournament qualifying match, Rob Adonis vs. Kodiak w/ Mr. Ace Diamond. Ron Stalker & Dustin Powers vs. Hot Like Lava members, Cru Jones & Micah Taylor. Dr Johnny Gayton is the special guest referee. In a championship tournament qualifying match, "The Black Superman" A.J. Steele vs. "Japanese Superstar" Kurosukaji. Kyle Matthews vs. "The Shooter" Vordell Walker w/ Mr. Ace Diamond. Tickets are $5. For more information email scprampagepro@yahoo.com.

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

SEPTEMBER 16, 1931 (WEDNESDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – SPILLER FIELD (Henry Weber – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Cy Williams defeated Tom Marvin (2-1) > Paul Jones defeated George Tragos (2-1)

SEPTEMBER 16, 1935 (MONDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – KEY ARENA (Frank Bettis and Cleve Roby – Promoters) > Bill Ward versus John Dameron > Bill Crussell defeated Young Sampson (2-0) > Southern Light Heavyweight Title Match: Honey Boy Hackney* defeated Sammy Miller (2-1) / Notes: Bill Ward and John Dameron were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Honey Boy Hackney had been billed as Southern Light Heavyweight Champion since September 2, 1935.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1937 (THURSDAY) – AVONDALE, GA – AVONDALE ARENA (Frank Bettis and Cleve Roby – Promoters) > John Mauldin versus Dutch Wyman > Bad Boy Brown versus Son Almand > Southern Light Heavyweight Title Match: Buck Lawson* versus Paddy Nolan / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Buck Lawson had been billed as Southern Lightweight Champion since June 10, 1937.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1948 (THURSDAY) – DALTON, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Fred Ward Promotions) > Pierre LeClaire defeated Bill Collins > Tommy Ward defeated Honey Boy Hannigan by disqualification > Red Dugan and Barefoot Ballard wrestled to a draw / Notes: It is unclear as to what venue was the site of this card.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1949 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Joe Wolfe versus Roy Welch > Abe Zvonkin versus Ralph Garibaldi > Nick Carter & Johnny Long defeated Tom Mahoney & Babe Zaharias > Southern Heavyweight Title Match: the Black Menace defeated Don McIntyre* to win title / Notes: Joe Wolfe and Roy Welch were scheduled to wrestle each other, as were Abe Zvonkin and Ralph Garibaldi, but no results were reported after the card. Don McIntyre had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Tom Mahoney on August 5, 1949, in Atlanta.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1955 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Danny O’Shocker defeated El Toro by disqualification > Andre Drapp versus Whitey Whittler > Southern Heavyweight Title Texas Death Match: Freddie Blassie defeated Don McIntyre* to win title / Notes: Andre Drapp and Whitey Whittler were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card. Don McIntyre had been the reigning Southern Heavyweight Champion since he defeated Freddie Blassie on August 26, 1955, in Atlanta.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1957 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Tom Mahoney – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Women’s Match: Rose Roman defeated Corinne Cordero > Women’s Tag Team Match: Ramona Teselle & Corinne Cordero versus Rose Roman & Alice Mason > Ray Gunkel defeated Fritz Von Brawner by disqualification / Notes: Ramona Teselle & Corinne Cordero and Rose Roman & Alice Mason were scheduled to wrestle each other, but no results were reported after the card.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1960 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Boris & Nicoli Volkoff versus Dick Steinborn & Johnny Weaver > Don McClarty versus Roy Nelson > Brass Knucks Title Match: Hans Schmidt versus the Mighty Yankee / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. Reginald Gable managed Roy Nelson. It is unclear to us as to the origin of the Brass Knucks Title.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1962 (SUNDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Pedro Godoy versus Ivor Barrett > Don Curtis versus Jack Dillon > Joe Scarpa versus the Russian Crusher > World Heavyweight Title Cage Match: Freddie Blassie* versus Chief Little Eagle / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. There were two referees for the match between Freddie Blassie and Chief Little Eagle. Blassie had been billed as World Heavyweight Champion since June 29, 1962.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1963 (MONDAY) – AUGUSTA, GA – WILLIAM BELL AUDITORIUM (Steve Manderson – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Len Rossi defeated Killer Daniels > Tim Geohagen defeated the Outlaw by disqualification > Lenny Montana & Tarzan Tyler defeated Joe Scarpa & Derrell Cochran

SEPTEMBER 16, 1966 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Dennis Hall defeated Johnny Heidman > Roger Kirby defeated Jim Osborne > Greg Peterson defeated Chico Cortez by disqualification > Ray Gunkel defeated Brute Morgan > Butcher Vachon defeated Chief Little Eagle > Mario Galento & Buddy Fuller defeated Louie Tillet & the Golden Terror > Enrique & Alberto Torres defeated the Red Raiders by disqualification / Notes: Charlie Harben was credited as being a referee on this card.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1967 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WAII STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Tim Geohagen and Corsica Jean wrestled to a draw > Louie Tillet defeated Johnny Walker > Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson defeated Bob Armstrong & Mr. Wrestling / Notes: This was for the “Live Atlanta Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral. This episode appeared from 2:00 to 3:30 PM, which is outside of it’s normal time slot of 6:30 to 7:30 PM.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1969 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON CITY AUDITORIUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Robert Fuller and Tony Nero wrestled to a draw > Choo-Choo Lynn defeated Mario Galento > Macon Tag Team Title Round Robin Match: Roberto & Cyclone Soto defeated the Super Assailants and the Assassins to win title / Notes: Mario Galento managed the Super Assailants. The origin of the Macon Tag Team Title is unclear to us at this time.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1972 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WTCG STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > The Avenger defeated Oki Shikina by disqualification > Roberto Soto and Ox Baker wrestled to a draw > Bearcat Brown defeated Juan Caruso / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling” television program hosted by Ed Capral. Assassin #1 joined Capral and claimed Ox Baker was the reason the Assassins lost their match to Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo on September 15, 1972. He issued a challenge to Baker for a match.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1972 (SATURDAY) – COLUMBUS, GA – COLUMBUS SPORTS ARENA [P] (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Bob Armstrong, Derrell Cochran, Jesse James & the Avenger versus Juan Caruso, Bill Bowman, Assassin #1 & the Raider > Southeastern Tag Team Title Match: Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo* versus Rocket Monroe & Skandor Akbar / Notes: No documented results for this card have been found. This was for the locally televised “Columbus Championship Wrestling”, hosted by Jim Carlisle and broadcast live on WRBL Channel 3. It is unclear as to how Roberto Soto & Argentina Apollo became recognized as Southeastern Tag Team Champions. The last reference we have shows a scheduled tournament that was to take place on February 9, 1972, in Columbus, with no details as to who participated or won. The Assassins had been the champions, but the title was vacated when they failed to defend the title within a thirty-day period. The program for this card mentioned that Bob Armstrong was the Columbus Heavyweight Champion at the time. It is unclear as to how Armstrong came to be recognized as such. The last reference we have shows Bill Dromo defending the title against Buddy Colt on February 2, 1972, in Columbus.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1972 (SATURDAY) – GRIFFIN, GA – GRIFFIN-BARNESVILLE SPORTS PALACE (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Jim McKinney defeated the Raider > Jesse James defeated Dick Shannon > The Avenger defeated Juan Caruso > Bob Armstrong and Rocket Monroe wrestled to a draw > Bobo Brazil & Argentina Apollo defeated Ox Baker & Skandor Akbar

SEPTEMBER 16, 1975 (TUESDAY) – MACON, GA – MACON COLISEUM (Fred Ward – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Les Thornton defeated Dudley Clements > Tony Garea & Dean Ho defeated George McCreery & the Masked Raider > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Nikolai Volkoff defeated Mike McCord* by disqualification > Indian Death Match: Jerry Brisco defeated Bob Orton, Jr. > Lumberjack Match: Brute Bernard defeated Bobby Duncum / Notes: Gary Hart managed Nikolai Volkoff, Brute Bernard, and Bob Orton, Jr.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1977 (FRIDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – ATLANTA MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM [P] (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Richard Blood defeated Ken Dillinger > Jacques Goulet and Steven Little Bear wrestled to a draw > Jack Brisco defeated the French Angel > Georgia Heavyweight Title Match: Dino Bravo defeated Dick Slater* by disqualification > Georgia Tag Team Title Match: Pak Song & the Executioner defeated Tommy Rich & Tony Atlas* to win title > World Tag Team Title Match: Dick Slater & Dusty Rhodes defeated Ole & Gene Anderson* by disqualification / Notes: Dick Slater substituted for Bill Watts to team with Dusty Rhodes in the match with Ole & Gene Anderson. Rock Hunter managed Pak Song and the Executioner.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1978 (SATURDAY) – ATLANTA, GA – WTCG STUDIOS (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Steve Regal defeated Ken Dillinger > King Kong Mosca defeated Dennis Hall > Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff defeated Billy Starr & Mr. Wrestling #2 > Dick Slater defeated Pete Austin > Rick McGraw and the French Angel wrestled to a draw / Notes: This was taped for the “Georgia Championship Wrestling” television program hosted by Gordon Solie.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1979 (SUNDAY) – MARIETTA, GA – COBB COUNTY CIVIC CENTER (Paul Jones – Promoter / Georgia Championship Wrestling) > Ricky Fields defeated Rick Oliver > Bob Armstrong defeated Toru Tanaka > Austin Idol defeated Stan Hansen > Killer Karl Kox defeated Ray Candy > Dick Slater & Tommy Rich defeated Ole Anderson & Ivan Koloff / Notes: Bobby Heenan managed Killer Karl Kox and Toru Tanaka.

SEPTEMBER 16, 1984 (SUNDAY) – COLUMBUS, GA (Fred Ward – Promoter / Championship Wrestling from Georgia) > Steve Brinson defeated Luke Graham > The Hollywood Blonds defeated Tim Horner & the Masked Superstar > Brad Armstrong defeated Bob Roop > Cage Match: Ron Garvin defeated Ted DiBiase

SEPTEMBER 16, 1984 (SUNDAY) – MARIETTA, GA – COBB COUNTY CIVIC CENTER (Ole Anderson – Promoter / Championship Wrestling from Georgia) > Mr. Ito defeated Steve Brinson > Jerry Oates defeated the Italian Stallion > The Masked Superstar defeated Luke Graham > The Hollywood Blonds defeated Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner > Georgia Street Fight Match: Ole Anderson & Ron Garvin defeated Bob Roop & Kareem Muhammad

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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Devin Cutting sent this in:

All American Pro Wrestling will be holding a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society at the Herrin Middle School in Herrin, Illinois on October 4th, 2008. Bell time is 7 PM. Scheduled to appear are former TNA stars Chase Stevens & David Young. Go to http://myspace.com/allamericanprowrestling for info about AAPW & http://prowrestlingevents.tk or http://prowrestlingevents.webs.com for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.


Joe Dombrowski sent this in:

NEW PWO TV 9/21: WHO IS THE MOST DOMINANT MAN IN PWO?

Pro Wrestling Ohio presents PWO TV on STO, Sports Time Ohio, official home of the Cleveland Indians. PWO TV provides the hottest and fastest rising wrestling stars in the state of Ohio and beyond, with new and original matches premiering bi-weekly. Sports Time Ohio is available throughout much of Ohio on many cable systems and is available NATIONWIDE on select satellite dish sports packages. If you would like to be part of the PWO experience, log on to www.sportstimeohio.com for more information on channel availability, or call your satellite provider today and find out how you can get Sports Time Ohio and PWO! For more information on Pro Wrestling Ohio, log on to www.pwowrestling.com or www.myspace.com/prowrestlingohio!

Upcoming airtimes for new episode of PWO TV on STO:

Sunday night, September 21: 11:00 PM & 3:00 AM
Sunday night, September 28: 11:00 PM

Scheduled for this episode:

Highlights from PWO Wrestlelution
On Sunday, August 3, over 1,000 fans flocked to the Plain Dealer Pavilion to see the culmination of Pro Wrestling Ohio’s first year. Scores were settled, rivalries were ended, and a new chapter began in the saga of PWO and its stars. For the next several weeks, we will take you back and re-live some of the moments, the magic, and the heart-pounding action that made Wrestlelution one of the most talked-about super cards in Cleveland history. Join host Joe Dombrowski on location from the Plain Dealer Pavilion as we show you PWO’s proudest moment - Wrestlelution.

Jason Bane vs. Cronus w/Aaron Maguire
The two most unstoppable forces in PWO’s short history finally meet to answer a months-old question: Who is the Most Dominant Man in PWO? Bane has been the recognized top force in the region for years, however ever since acquiring the services of greedy agent Aaron Maguire, Cronus’ focus and intensity is second to none. After months of verbal jabs from Maguire, the stakes for this match were raised to be about more than pride and bragging rights. If Cronus wins, Aaron Maguire receives $5,000 of Bane’s personal money. However, if Bane is victorious, he receives 5 minutes in the ring with Aaron Maguire! Did irresistible force overcome immovable object? Did Bane finally get his hands on the conniving Maguire? And who truly is the Most Dominant Man in PWO? Tune in this week to find out!

Eight-Man Elimination Tag: Team Hobo Joe vs. Team Clash
After the failure of The Clash’s attempted talk show segment “The Rock Show”, co-hosts Ernie Ballz & Brian Bender refused to accept responsibility for the segment’s cancellation, instead blaming the guests they had booked: rookie Bobby Beverly and the dumpster dweller Hobo Joe. The Clash set out to ruin the careers of the unlikely duo, much as they feel they twosome had done to their would-be hit show. Tempers flared and PWO management ruled each side to formulate a team for a special eight-man elimination challenge! Ernie Ballz & Brian Bender are joined by Michigan veteran “Amazing” N8 Mattson and 375 lb. behemoth Shane Taylor to face the unique foursome of Hobo Joe, Bobby Beverly, Jon Kronica, and Charles “White Socks” Johnson. Will The Clash finally find peace or can Team Hobo stand up and prove themselves?

Remember, Pro Wrestling Ohio is only available on Sports Time Ohio! If Sports Time Ohio is NOT part of your DirecTV or Dish Network package, no matter where in the U.S. you are, call your satellite provider today and demand STO! Check local listings or www.sportstimeohio.com for times!

PWO WRESTLELUTION DVD ON SALE NOW!

View the official DVD commercial here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tBP6L8wIRQ

It was an afternoon ten months in the making. An afternoon when destinies were realized, fates were sealed, and men pushed their bodies beyond their normal limits. An afternoon when the entire roster of Pro Wrestling Ohio set out to both settle deep-rooted personal vendettas, and also to cement their status as rising stars in the professional wrestling industry. On Sunday, August 3rd, over 1,000 fans packed the Plain Dealer Pavilion to see PWO’s fiercest rivalries and most heralded stars meet their Wrestlelution.

PWO Wrestlelution is a special 2-disc DVD set showcasing PWO’s biggest show to date in its entirely. Every match complete, plus exclusive never-before-seen backstage interviews. PWO Wrestlelution is officially on sale now for the low price of $20!

But that’s not all! Also available is a special combo offer: the 2-disc Wrestlelution spectacular AND an official PWO T-shirt all for the low price of $30!

PLUS! Every PWO Wrestlelution pre-order comes with a FREE PWO Wrestlelution
Official Souvenir Program! That’s a program and DVD for only $20 or program, DVD, and T-shirt for only $30! Offer available while supplies last.

The best part about these offers is shipping and handling is absolutely FREE!

Log on to www.pwowrestling.com TODAY and visit the “Store” to purchase your copy today! Be a part of PWO history and re-live Wrestlelution!

PRESS RELEASE INFORMATION
Questions and comments on this press release, or requests for information on having your news site added to the list of recipients of this release, should be directed to iwcmc_dombrowski@yahoo.com


JAPW sent this in:

Jersey All Pro Wrestling returns to live action this Weekend in Beachwood & Jersey City, NJ.

"THIS FRIDAY NIGHT"
Jersey All Pro Wrestling Presents
BEACHWOOD BRAWL LIVE

At The Toms River Intermediate South Middle School located at 1675 Pinewald Road in Beachwood, NJ 08722 right outside of Toms River, exit 80 off the GSP. For directions go to: www.mboard.japw.net/index.php?topic=3098.0

Main Event
The Ultimate Rumble

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World Heavyweight Title
1 Fall 60 Min Time Limit
Kenny Omega (Champion) Vs Jay Lethal (Challenger)
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Tag Team Title Match
No DQ Beachwood Brawl
LAX (Champions) Vs Da Heavy Hitters w/Jonny D
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NJ State Title Match
1 Fall 60 Min Time Limit
The Grim Reefer (Champion) Vs Eddie Kingston (Challenger)
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Grudge Match
1 Fall 30 Min Time Limit
Danny Demanto Vs Dan Maff
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One on One
1 Fall 20 Minute Time Limit
Former WWE Superstar Nunzio Vs Xavier
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Tag Team Action
The SAT vs Fear & Quest
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Dance To The Championship
Dixie vs Bandido Jr vs Insane Dragon vs Chris Dickinson
Winner will receive a NJ State Title Match the next night in J.C.
Plus one other match & The return of Former World Champion RHINO!

CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

Tickets will be available at the door that night
1st Row Ringside $30.00 (SOLD OUT)
2nd Row Ringside $25.00 (SOLD OUT)
3rd Row Ringside $20.00 (SOLD OUT)
Bleacher Seats $18.00
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The the very next night Saturday, September 20th we return to the Golden Door Charter School 180 9th Street in Jersey City, NJ walking distance from the Holland Tunnel & right across the street from New Port Mall, The Bergen Light Rail and NJ Path Pavonia/Newport Station <~~~runs 24hrs to NYC & Penn Station in Newark, NJ!


NOTE: ALL MATCHES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DEPENDING ON THE OUT-COME OF MATCHES THE NIGHT BEFORE!

MAIN EVENT
JAPW World Heavyweight Title Match
1 Fall 60 Min Time Limit
Winner of The Ultimate Rumble vs the winner of the Lehtal/Omega match the night before!
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JAPW World Tag Team Title Match
1 Fall 60 Min Time Limit
Winner of the LAX/HH Match (Champions) vs Nunzio & ?
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JAPW NJ State Title Match
1 Fall 60 Min Time Limit
The winner of Reefer/Kingston (Champion) vs Winner of the Championship Dance
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Tag Team War
Da Heavy Hitters w/Jonny D vs The Nigerian Nightmares
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Also in action Rhino, Jay Lethal, Dan Maff, Danny Demanto, Xavier, The SAT, Dixie & Azreial, Chris Dickinson, The Female Superstars of WSU and so much more, remaining tickets will be sold at the door!

For more info go to www.japw.net


CHIKARA sent this in:

CHIKARA's Tag World Grand Prix 2008 in Oberhausen, GERMANY!

Together, CHIKARA, wXw, 1PW, IPW:UK and a few other promotions we can't reveal just yet will come together for the Tag World Grand Prix 2008 in Oberhausen, Germany the weekend of November 8th and 9th! All in all, 12 teams will compete under the CHIKARA system of rules (lucha tags in Deutschland!), with tag team points in play for each round, as we stage a tournament the likes of which continental Europe has never seen! Keep your eyes peeled for new information about participants rolling out regularly on our website. So far, seven of the tournament's 12 teams have been revealed:

~Representing CHIKARA in the Tag World Grand Prix 2008!~
-The Colony (Fire Ant & Soldier Ant)
-The Osirian Portal (Ophidian & Amasis)
-F.I.S.T. (Chuck Taylor & Icarus)

~Representing 1PW in the Tag World Grand Prix 2008!~
-The Fight Club (Jimmie James & Kid Fight)

~Representing wXw in the Tag World Grand Prix 2008!~
-wXw Tag Team Champions Doug Williams & Martin Stone
-The Revolution Purple (Lazio Fe & Adam Polak)
-Thumbtack Jack & Bernd Fohr

Right now, our first two September events, including "Style & Substance" are up for sale on the Smart Mark Video site! They are complete with all the matches from the events, as well as backstage interviews, and additional bonus materials! All that, and new, original covers! Support CHIKARA by buying our official releases, available only at Smart Mark Video!
Advance tickets for upcoming live events (including our Midwest debut shows) are on sale right now! Visit our online store and pick up your copy of the third issue of the CHIKARA comic book (Season 7, Volume 3)!


"The Artistic Pursuit of Being Yourself"
9.20.2008 - Saturday Evening
Live @ The Streamwood Park District Community Center!
777 S. Bartlett Rd.
in Streamwood, IL!
The action begins at 7:00 pm!

"Laying in the Gutter, Looking at the Stars"
9.21.2008 - Sunday Afternoon
Live @ The West Park Party Center!
3556 W. 130th Street
in Cleveland, OH!
The action begins at 3:30 pm!

"Global Gauntlet - Night 1"
10.18.2008 - Saturday Evening
Live @ The Palmer Community Center!
4100 Green Pond Road
in Easton, PA!
The action begins at 7:00 pm!


"Global Gauntlet - Night 2"
10.19.2008 - Sunday Afternoon
Live @ The ECW Arena/New Alhambra!
7 W. Ritner Street
in South Philly, PA!
The action begins at 4:00 pm!

"Tag World Grand Prix 2008"
8 & 9 November, 2008 - Saturday & Sunday!
Live @ The Turbinenhalle (T-Club)!
Im Lepperfeld 23
in Oberhausen, GERMANY!
The action begins (both days) at 5:00 pm!

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