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PWO TV 1/31 – Sex Appeal’s Title Reign Begins

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Scheduled airtimes for this week’s episode (all times Eastern Standard):

Sunday night, January 31 – 10:00 pm & 3:30 am
Thursday night, February 4 – 4:00 am

Scheduled line-up –

Two weeks ago, ?True Talent? Bobby Shields & Bobby Beverly captured the PWO Tag Team Titles in a three-way match. However, according to Sex Appeal, they have use of what some call the ?Freebird Rule?, meaning any member of the group – be it Shields, Beverly, or ?Late Nite? Nicki Valentino – could defend the championships. This week on television, we re-live the title victory, plus Sex Appeal plan on explaining exactly why they have the right to choose who defends the championships! Not only that, but we are set to witness the first title defense of the group as Dawn Decadence leads Sex Appeal into battle against Marion Fontaine & Noj the Wild Samoan. There has been evident friction between Noj & Fontaine in recent months, stemming from Noj returning to his native Samoa to care for family & friends affected by the devastating tsunami there this past fall. Fontaine did not take kindly to his friend leaving without informing him in advance, and the two have barely spoken since. Can a win here put the duo back on the same page? Or can Sex Appeal abolish Fontaine’s Freaks once and for all?

Former co-holder of the PWO Tag Titles Brian Bender was forced to defend the title alone two weeks ago in the aforementioned three-way dance, thanks to partner Ernie Ballz? injury suffered at the hands of the Puerto Rican Wrecking Crew when they used The Clash’s own tactics against them. As a result, Bender and Ballz have not been on speaking terms either, and Bender seems set to prove he was the stronger link in the Clash tag team, as he enters singles competition against the energetic and popular Matthew Justice. Can Justice’s focus and recklessness propel him to victory or can Brian Bender rebound from a his tag team title defeat?

PWO’s newest broadcast colleague Lauren catches up with PWO’s Most Dominant Man, who sources say has a big announcement regarding his future goals in PWO. Bane is still the target of the entire PWO locker room, with $10,000 of Aaron Maguire’s money going to the person that can knock him out of Pro Wrestling Ohio. Is Bane intimidated? Will the bounty effect this announcement? Bane speaks this week!

PWO’s Vic Travagliante sits down with ?Amazing? N8 Mattson and ?Big Bear? Benjamin Boone as they prepare for the biggest two weeks in their careers together. Next week, Mattson finally receives his PWO Television Title match against Omega Aaron Draven. The following week, Boone has his second opportunity to defeat Jason Bane, and collect $10,000 if he can eliminate him permanently. How do the men calling themselves the ?Sons of Michigan? intend to carry out this plan? And if they succeed will we ever hear the end of it?

PWO TV Champion Omega Aaron Draven has always been soft-spoken and let his actions speak louder than his words. But lately things have changed. Orange is the new gold? The Ambassador of Brazil? Lately, Aaron Draven has been just a little?. Odd. Joe Dombrowski sits down with the TV Champ to hopefully peer inside the mind of PWO’s thrill-seeker.

Our friends at the Youngstown-based CWE (Championship Wrestling Experience) provided us with some incredible special attraction matches that you will be seeing on PWO TV over the next several weeks, featuring some of the youngest, brightest, and most colorful stars from all over this half of the United States. This week, CWE’s two young guns do battle when ?Flyin? Ryan Burke battles Kevin Bradway. Two young kids, who know each other well, in the most watched match of their individual careers. Who will impress, and who will emerge victorious? Find out this Sunday, and check out CWE today by searching for Championship Wrestling Experience on Facebook or MySpace!


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Pro Wrestling Ohio is a regional independent professional wrestling organization headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. Since opening its doors in October 2007, PWO has been televised via the Sports Time Ohio network, official television home of the Cleveland Indians, available in over 4 million homes via basic cable and available nationwide via select sports packages on both DirecTV and Dish Network. PWO utilizes the most exciting and talented professional wrestlers in the region today, with names such as ?M-Dogg 20? Matt Cross, Jason Bane, Johnny Gargano, Portia Perez, N8 Mattson and Mike Tolar. PWO also works closely with various causes, having helped raise funds & awareness for such groups as the Cops & Kids program, Wrestler’s Rescue, and variety of other groups that aid worthy causes and communities. Pro Wrestling Ohio holds live events on a routine basis in suburban Cleveland, Ohio. For more information on PWO, please visit or e-mail

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