Indy Update #3: OCW, TWA w/ Snuka, WFX

Indy News Update #3 for April 5, 2010
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Steven Ashe sent this in:

Saturday, March 27

“Tag Team Turmoil”
Kingston, Ontario
@ The Powerplay Center
Attendance: 80+
Referees: GDP, Jeff Michaels.
Results credit: Adam Keaton for

OCW GM Adam Keaton and his Bodyguard open the show by running down the card and calling out OCW Heavyweight Champion Jason Cage to sign the contract for a career v. career title unification match on April 24th’s “All or Nothing” show. Keaton taunts Cage with lies about Harley Davison saying he is a paper champion and Cage signs the contract.

Match #1 “The Real” CJ Felony defeats JC Felonee in a Hardcore Match. After the match, CJ demands an OCW Heavyweight Championship match against Jason Cage and OCW GM Adam Keaton makes him #1 contender.

Match #2: Semi Finals of the OCW Tag Team Championship Tournament. Loney At The Top (Jae Rukin and Chaz Lovely) w/ Persephone Vice defeat 5 A.M (Bull McGuire and James Cash) w/ Sak Daddy.

Match #3: Semi Finals of the OCW Tag Team Championship Tournament. The Barbarians (Myzery and Damian Vachon) defeat The Incredible Hunks (Cheeky and Deeno)

Match # 4 OCW Cruiserweight Champion Taylor w/ Sak Daddy defeat “Big Sugar” Shuan McMillan and Matt Grey to retain the title. Before the match Taylor asks to be released from Sak Daddy’s entourage 5 AM, but Sak refuses, citing a contract agreement between the two.

Match #5 Harley Davison defeats his mystery opponents OCW GM Adam Keaton and his Bodygaurd.

Match #6 Hangman defeats Crimson X and Thomas Leeroy Cooter w/ Bubba Lee Cooter

Match#7: Finals of the OCW Tag Team Championship Tournament. The Barbarians defeat Loney At the Top w/ Persephone Vice to become the first ever OCW Tag Team Champions.

Main Event OCW Heavyweight Championship Match: Jason Cage defeats CJ Felony to retain the title. After the match, Harley Davison got in the face of Cage and the two had to be seperated by the locker room.

Michael Tartaglia sent this in:

Come see WWF/E Legend and Hall of Fame “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka at the Tri-State Wrestling Alliance (TWA) “Adopt-A-Pet” Show on April 11th* at the FLYERS SKATE ZONE in Voorhees, New Jersey. At 12PM Noon Snuka will be doing a Meet & Greet with “Wiseguy” Jimmy Cicero as they BODYSLAM AUTISM. Belltime for the show is 2PM, and Snuka and Cicero will headline a special challenge tag-team match versus “The Midnight Idol” Nicky Benz and former ECW/TNA Star Julio Dinero. For months, Cicero and Benz have been at odds, but come April 11th it all come to a head. Be there to see all the action.

Go to, email, or call 1-856-232-9332 (Hair by Dezign) for information.

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Also a note for all fans, please be sure to retain your ticket stubs for this event as there is a $5.00 off coupon to Jiffy Lube for Signature Service Oil Change at these locations only…

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Thanks to Jiffy Lube for this great offer!


“Superfly” Jimmy Snuka is a legend in the pro wrestling business in every sense of the word. Snuka has traveled the world and seen success in both team and singles action.

In tag team action, Snuka formed very successful tandems with Paul Orndorff (NWA World Tag Team Champions), “Freebird” Terry Gordy (NWA National Tag Team Champions), Ray Stevens, Dutch Savage (NWA Pacific Northwest Tag Team Champions) and Bruiser Brody (All Japan Real World Tag League Champions, 1981).

In singles action Snuka had notable success and won many championships in Japan , NWA Pacific Northwest, NWA Mid-Atlantic, NWA Georgia Championship Wrestling and Eastern Championship Wrestling (ECW).

However, Snuka is known most well for his early to mid 80’s stint in the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment (WWF/E). From his early days challenging Bob Backlund for the WWWF Title, to his break-up with Captain Lou Albano, to his legendary feuds with the “Magnificent” Don Muraco and Rowdy Roddy Piper, Snuka’s popularity was only rivaled by Hulk Hogan himself in the mid-80s, with whom he helped create a new and increased interest in the world of wrestling that saw the national expansion of WWF/E.

It was Snuka’s unique, high risk Superfly Splash off the top rope that ushered in a whole new genre of high flying action into the sport, and it is a style that still thrives today. Snuka was named Best Flying Wrester in 1981 and awarded Best Wrestling Maneuver in 1981 & 1983 by the readers of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

But when fans of the Northeast think of Jimmy Snuka, there is ONE image that comes to mind and that is the Superfly Splash of the top of the Steel Cage. Whether he did it in his matches against Bob Backlund or Don Muraco, Jimmy Snuka left an indelible mark on the minds of wrestling fans.

The word legend is used very loosely in wrestling, but no one would dispute its application in regard to Jimmy Snuka. Come out to the TWA on April 11 at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees , New Jersey and re-live the memories with the one and only “Superfly!!!”

Here are some classic moments and matches from the storied career of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka…

Snuka on Piper’s Pit and vs. Roddy Piper:

Snuka vs. Don Muraco Steel Cage Match:

Snuka vs. Bob Backlund Cage Match:

Snuka and Bruiser Brody vs. the Funks:

Snuka and Brody vs. Stan Hansen and Terry Gordy:

Snuka vs. Brody:

Visit the webpages of “Superfly” Jimmy Snuka at!/profile.php?v=wall&id=100000609413105

Devin Cutting sent this in:

Jonny Fairplay from Survivor, Jessie Godderz & Nick Starcevic from Big Brother, Sabu, Kip James, Charlie Haas & Eugene will be appearing at the WFX event in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on April 16th, 2010. Go to for info about WFX & or for info about upcoming wrestling shows worldwide.

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