Indy News Update #3 for May 14, 2010
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WSU Wrestling sent this in:
WSU Launches “UNCENSORED” on InaSecTV.com
WSU, the leaders in professional womens wrestling today, is happy to announce that our “UNCENSORED” show will air weekly on InaSectv.com
Our first episode is now available for viewing by going to:
“Uncensored” is not your regular wrestling show. “Uncensored” will be a quick & fast paced show giving you all the latest in WSU, with inside access to WSU’s hottest stars. WSU World Champion & arguably the greatest woman wrestler today, Mercedes Martinez, is featured in our pilot episode.
WSU realizes that wrestling fans do not want to sit through long videos on their computer, which is why “Uncensored” is the perfect avenue for you to experience WSU, as “Uncensored” is straight to the point and will always be captivating.
We hope you give “Uncensored” a chance, as we try this new concept and try to ascend womens wrestling to a higher level.
Webmasters looking to embed WSU “Uncensored” can use the following code:
Dennis Wright sent this iN:
In less than ten days, Atomic Championship Wrestling (ACW) celebrates its Fourth Anniversary Show on Saturday night, May 22, 2010 at the Stevens Fire Hall in Stevens, Pennsylvania.
We want to thank all of our fans for coming out for “Bomb Threat 3” and we promise more exciting pro wrestling action iat our huge Anniversary Show!
Not only is this our big Fourth Anniversary Show, but it is also a special charity event for our boss Twisted Tate, as a portion of the proceeds will go towards his recent medical bills due to his illness! We ask that all of our loyal ACW fans come out and lend their support to the man who is ACW – Twisted Tate!
Stevens Fire Hall is located at 91 Stevens Rd, Stevens, PA 17578
Doors open at 6 pm with a belltime of 7 pm
Ticket are $20 each and kids 5 and under are free
This show will be taped for a potential TV deal, so make sure you come out and support ACW Wrestling and you may see yourself on TV!!!!
Anniversary Show features two HUGE tag team matches!
ACW Heavyweight Champion Twisted Tate & former WWE superstar Manu vs former WWE superstar Sal Sincere & Joey Mansoni
Survivor Series Rules Match – Cult Of Personality vs Old School
Rockin Rebel, ACW Tri-State Champion Kitt, GRaver & Heavy D vs ACW Tag Champions Ed House & High Voltage, Louis G. Rich & Serious Business Andy Header
ACW Welterweight Championship Match
(c) Pretty Fly vs Billy Ray
Fatal Four-Way Ladder Match
Hayne w/Rabid Rizzo vs Joe Etell vs Fabulous Fred Flash vs CM Serenyi w/Hailey Dezire
Eddie Valentine & Shatter vs. Kras Van Tassel & Rick Ryder
Family Of Freaks vs The Hardcore Hillbillies – Six Man Tag Action
John Dahmer, Boyboy & Magus vs. Moonshine Frank, Bubba Lucky & the returning Dusty Loads
Doink vs Ray Alexander w/Lu Luv
“The American Bulldog” James Dylan vs Super Parka
Greg Excellent vs TBA
More matches to be scheduled
NEW ACW MERCHANDISE WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR SALE!
Get your Tickets at TATTOOS BY MASTLE & Co., 10A South 7th Street, Akron PA 17501 – 717-859-2182 – email@example.com or Splatter Hill Paint Rt 272 Denver in Mantas Park (Formerly Zinns Park)
Check out ACW’s Website www.atomicprowrestling.com or www.Myspace.com/christancwrestling
Kevin sent this in:
When some bands have a day off, they want to lay low and relax at the hotel or go to the movies. When the Insane Clown Posse have a day off they descend unnanounced on a small town wrestling show and electrify the locals with their in ring performance.
Take last night for example.. In between the Tulsa, OK and Lousiville, KY stops of the Happy Daze tour, the Wicked Clowns invaded the definitive small town: Olney, Illinois. Previously noteable for being one of only two cities in North America that is home to the elusive “white squirrel”, the town had something new to talk about as the buzz spread through the town and surrounding areas like wildfire in the hours leading to the event that Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope would be bringing a special unnanounced main event to the local IWA Productions wrestling show at the Knights of Columbus… And they didn’t come alone.
The top stars of Juggalo Championship Wrestling were in effect and delivered a wild main event that tore down the house and delivered a world class match to this working class community and gave the locals something to smile about.
In the main event: Juggalo Championship wrestling (JCW) world champion Corporal Robinson teamed up with Violent J and The Weedman to take on the hated tag team duo comprised of JCW tag team champs the Thomaselli brothers (Vito and Paulie)and the debuting Twinkie-Hop.
Chants of ICP, JCW, and Family! were loudly chanted throughout the night in anticipation of this special match, and the diverse audience ranging from 8 to 80 year olds got a special treat when JCW Ring Announcer Legz Diamond introduced Violent J.J. the facepainted 5 year old son of ICP’s Violent J as he led his fathers team to the ring under the watchful eye of the JCW diva Sugar Slam! The youngster had learned well from the Duke of the Wicked as he was at home in and around the ring running the ropes, slapping hands, soaking in the crowd chanting his name, and even getting involved in the action raining punches and slaps on and around the face of the dastardly Paulie Thomaselli.
Not to be outdone by the charismatic youngster, Violent J’s partner in rhyme Shaggy 2 Dope who was filming a new episode of the internet sensation “The Shaggy Show” became an official participant in the match, throwing suplexes, punches, and slams with charismatic precision.
The roof came off the building when senior official Kevin Gill lost control of the match and a series of lucha libre dives out of the ring set up the photo finish of Big Violent J doing a picture perfect rotating, flipping dive off the top rope onto the bad guys at ringside which led to Corporal Robinson hitting his bootcamp finisher for the 3 count. As the clowns celebrated their victory with their family and brothers in and outside the ring, they offered a show of respect to their opponents by shaking their hands, and to the beyond capacity crowd by removing the custom jerseys they wore for the match and throwing them into the audience.
Why Olney? Why not?
JCW Senior Official
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Fat Frank sent this in:
May 15, 2010
Jersey All Pro Wrestling
As we announced a couple weeks ago, the first man in the open championship elimination match is Nick F’n Gage. Well we’ve now confirmed the next 2 people for the match and they’re no strangers to JAPW.
First, is a guy who has impressed in his short time here thus far and that man is EGOTISTICO FANTASTICO! Ego has put on memorable performances each time though he only has one win in JAPW. However, that win was over a former Light Heavyweight champion, Prince Mustafa Ali. Ego has been in quite a few multiman matches in both CZW and JAPW so you have to think he has a good chance to be victorious in this one. His biggest asset will be his ability to adapt to his opponents, being able to work a striking style, a flying style, or really any style that he needs to gain an advantage over his opponent. Will he be able to take that next step in JAPW and get a title shot? Only time will tell.
The other person who’s been secured for this chance of a lifetime match is a man who JAPW and indy fans though very, very well. In fact, a video of one of his early appearances here has well over 100k views on YouTube. Monsta Mack, take it away http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wq1sugcporc . Yes, this match will see the return of EL GENERICO to Rahway! El Generico, despite never really being a regular in JAPW, has accomplished more than most by winning Best of the Light Heavyweights. However, he has never won gold. He hopes to take the first step towards changing that with a win in this match. Will El Generico be able to do that and prove he is numero uno? Or will gold stay just out of his grasp? Come May 22nd, we’ll find out.
The most interesting thing about these three men in this match is that I don’t know if any of them have met face-to-face in the ring before. I mean, imagine the potential interactions. El Generico vs. Ego Fantastico seems like a match made in heaven. Nick Gage vs. Ego could be very interesting as well. But perhaps the most bizarre yet intriguing in El Generico going toe-to-toe with Nick F’n Gage. This is a match that you definitely don’t want to miss. Keep checking back here to find out who the fourth and final participant will be.
Jersey All Pro Wrestling Presents “Notorious Thunder” Live Saturday May 22, 2010 at the Rec Center 275 East Milton Ave Rahway, NJ 8PM. Doors will open at 6:30 with a very rare autograph session with Japanese Legend “JUSHIN THUNDER LIGER”
Tickets Ringside 1st $30 2nd $25 3rd $20 Bleachers seats $15.00 Each. To reserve tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 201-377-0308
Live results & photos will be on www.twitter.com/japwrestling
First set of matches signed.
Jushin Thunder Liger vs Homicide
Jushin Thunder Liger returns to the United States to avenge the loss of his fellow countryman Masato Tanaka who was defeated by Homicide on 01-23-10 in the same facility!
World Heavyweight Champion Dan Maff & NJ State Champion Charlie Haas will team up and battle Hillbilly Wrecking Crew members The Necro Butcher & “The Bulldozer” Brodie Lee in a Double Jeopardy Title Match. If either Champion is pinned they will lose their title. If any H.W.C. member is defeated they both must leave JAPW.
“King of Diamonds” Eddie Kingston vs “The King of Old School” Steve Corino
Open Championship Gauntlet: Winner will receive a Championship Opportunity of choice whenever they choose! Nick FN Gage vs Egotistico Fantastico vs El Generico!
The Enemy of my enemy is my friend:
Heated rivals Chris Dickinson and Sami Callihan put aside their differences (for the time being) to deal with a few other guys on the roster who have history with Callihan, The Garden State Gods!
More talent and matches TBA shortly, for more info visit www.japw.net There is a small amount of Vendor Space available for this event. For more info email Frank @ email@example.com