Indy News Update #1 for February 15, 2011
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Nate Stein sent this in:
Pro Wrestling Syndicate returns Saturday, March 5 when “Spring Break Showdown” hits Long Island’s Center Island Sports Arena, 101 Union Ave in Ronkonkoma, New York. Doors open at 2 pm for a special Fan Fest Meet and Great. “Spring Break Showdown” gets underway with a 3 pm bell time.
* Low Ki (Former WWE star Kaval) vs. Davey Richards
* D Generation X US Reunion of Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, & X Pac vs. Reality Check members PWS champion Devon Moore, former champion Kevin Matthews, and Danny Demanto w/ Alexa Thatcher
* TNA star Robbie E w/ TNA Knock Out Cookie vs. 420 lbs. Samoan Mastadon Fala w/ Ox Baker in his corner
* The Necro Butcher vs. Red
* PWS Tag Titles Match: champions Urban Legends (Wes Draven & Devious) w/ manager hip hop star Poison Pen vs. Joe Ayyo & Timmy Aiight
* Nigerian Nightmares (Maifu & Saifu) w/ VooDoo Princess Sheeta vs. The New Nigerian Nightmares (Laifu & Raifu) w/ Tiki
* Long Island’s own “Maverick” Tony Nese vs. Shiima Xion vs. Javi-Air vs. Joel Maximo vs. Brian XL vs. Pinkie Sanchez
* Old School Open Challenge: “Prince Of Old School”, “Big Juicy” Justin Corino vs. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
Also featuring PWS Guest Commissioner Bill Apter; Playboy covergirl Leticia Cline; Devina Fly; Jamilia Craft; “The Boston Shore’s” Amber; Alexxis Nevaeh; Annie Social; Larry Legend; Ref Brett Lauderdale; Ref “The New Reffin Show” Rich Bass; Nate Stein and more
Tickets available at ProWrestlingSyndicate.com and 800-838-3006:
Front Row: $30
Second Row: $25
General Admission: $20
WSU sent this in:
WSU Previews The Triple Threat Uncensored Rules Tag Team Title Match on 3/5
Report by Jimmy Gentry of WSUWrestling.com
The story of the Belles Saints rise in WSU is a story that shows that with hard work & determination, dreams can be realized. WSU, which prides itself in seeing the future stars of tomorrow rise today, has always given chances to new faces. When the Saints made their debut in WSU at WSU’s 3rd Anniversary show, no one knew what to expect. This rookie tag team, who wound up being defeated by the more experienced Boston Shore that night, took a learning experience in the loss. The Saints realized that WSU for real and they would have to up their game to reach success.
The summer of 2010 saw The Belle Saints fine tune their game. The Saints would get entangled in a bitter feud with then-WSU Tag Team champions, members of the Cosmo Club, Cindy Rogers & Jana. The Saints would pick up the biggest win of their careers at WSU’s 11/6 first iPPV “Breaking Barriers”, when The Saints upset the womens wrestling world and defeated Rogers & Jana to become the new WSU Tag Team Champions.
The Saints, in 8 months time, made their debut in WSU & won the WSU Tag Team Titles. The Saints, who are adored by the WSU faithful, wound up getting one of the bigger reactions on the iPPV for their title win. The Saints proved on that night that they were for real and a force to be reckoned with in WSU.
While you can not take anything away from the Saints title win, pundits looked at the chemistry of Cindy Rogers & Jana, as the reason for the loss. Rogers & Jana, members of the Cosmo Club, were showing signs of frustration with each other, as both members were losing matches individually. It didn’t seem Rogers & Jana were on the same page anymore, and some critics thought the Saints defeated an unfocused Rogers & Jana.
After losing to The Saints, Jana & Roger’s frustration came out in the ring, as both shoved each other. The now former ex-tag team champions had to be calmed down by WSU Spirit Champion & Cosmo Club leader Brittney Savage in the locker room.
Things looked they were all settled until the “Martinez vs Rain II” event. “Pryme Tyme” Amy Lee was scheduled for a match with Latasha. However, Lee, seeing what happened at the Breaking Barriers iPPV, called out Cindy Rogers. As insiders & fans know, Rogers & Lee are best friends outside of the ring and have traveled the road up and down together. Lee said she doesn’t have much time left in wrestling but there is one thing she wanted to do and that was to be a WSU Tag Team champion again. (Lee previously held the titles with the now retired Taylor Wilde.) Lee said the Cosmo Club wasn’t really for Rogers and Rogers was above it. Lee & Rogers embraced and it seemed like all was right in WSU again.
However, Lee still had a match with Latasha scheduled. Lee & Latasha went at it, but it didn’t take long for the Cosmo Club, Brittney Savage, Rick Cataldo & Jana to come out. It looked like the Cosmo Club was about to take out Lee & Rogers. However, it was all part of Savage’s master plan. The Cosmo Club attacked Latasha, giving Latasha a DQ win, a win she did not want in that style. Savage then announced that the new Cosmo Club consisted of herself, Cataldo, Lee, Rogers & Jana. Savage told Jana that she had to make up with Cindy and attack her former ex-Soul Sister partner, Latasha.
Despite being through a blood feud and going to hell and back, Jana could not attack Latasha. Jana pulled in Cindy Rogers and laid her out. When the rest of the Cosmo Club tried to attack the suddenly changed of heart Jana, Latasha bounced up and the Soul Sisters cleared the ring. In an exciting twist of events, Rogers was now teaming with her best friend Amy Lee & WSU’s first ever tag team, The Soul Sisters, Jana & Latasha, were re-united!
The bad blood between The Soul Sisters & The Cosmo Club is something that has not truly been put to the test yet.
Due to contract stipulations, both Jana & Rogers are owed a tag team title re-match. It was decided that due to their pasts & due to both Jana & Rogers being owed a rematch, that we will see The WSU Tag Team Titles be defended on 3/5 at the Fourth Anniversary show on iPPV between Rogers/Lee, The Soul Sisters & the WSU Tag Team Champions, The Belle Saints.
Before heading to 3/5, WSU held its second iPPV, “The Final Chapter” on 1/22. Scheduled on that show, as a preview for this explosive triple threat tag team match, was Lee vs Latasha vs Tina San Antonio & Rogers vs Jana vs Marti Belle in two separate triple threat matches. In the first match, Amy Lee splashed Tina San Antonio for the win. In the second match, Jana defeated Marti Belle with a janavice submission. The Saints lost both matches, one match to the Cosmo Club & one match to the Soul Sisters. The Saints, who have been undefeated in tag team action since winning the championships, did not fare well in singles matches.
The Saints, realizing they lost momentum, decided to up the ante and bring the fight to the challengers first. The Saints said they did not want to have a normal triple threat match on 3/5 on iPPV, but they wanted to have an anything goes UNCENSORED RULES match. Both The Soul Sisters & The Cosmo Club accepted, so for the first time in WSU history, we will have a triple threat tag team title match, held under the rules WSU made famous – UNCENSORED RULES.
Have the Saints bit off more than they can chew? The Saints give up experience to both teams. Amy Lee is already being called the X-Factor in this match, as Lee has been unstoppable in WSU as of late. Ever since losing to Jessicka Havok, Lee has been angrier and more pissed off than ever before. Lee will have the opportunity to make 4 lives miserable on 3/5.
In what could really be “doesn’t everything always come to a full circle” story of the night, the Soul Sisters winning the WSU Tag Team titles would be vindication and heartwarming for fans of this team. The Soul Sisters have been with WSU since day one. However, before the WSU Tag Team titles were established, The Soul Sisters were in the midst of a falling out and never really got to become a true threat to those titles. Now they are.
For the Belle Saints, winning this match would be the biggest match in their careers.
The stakes are high with the ultimate prize at the end of this match being the WSU Tag Team Titles. On March 5th, at the WSU Four Year Anniversary Show, live on iPPV, we will see what tag team is truly the elite.
Other Match Previews For the WSU 4 Year Anniversary Show:
Brittney Savage vs Sassy Stephanie: http://declarationofindependents.net/doi/pages/stephvssavage.html
Jessicka Havok vs Rain: http://declarationofindependents.net/doi/pages/wsujessrain.html
Jennifer Cruz vs Jamilia Craft: http://declarationofindependents.net/doi/pages/craftcruz35.html
Don’t forget this match takes place on 3/5 at WSU’s Four Year Anniversary Show. Tickets are now on sale at WSUWrestling.com. You can also order this event on iPPV, where you can watch this match in your home & the entire event for a low price of $9.99 if you pre-order today. For details on how to watch on iPPV, check out: http://www.gofightlive.tv/Events/Fight/Wrestling/WSU__4th_Anniversary_Show/939
For more on WSU, visit the following sites:
Facebook.com/wsuwrestling (Updated daily with pictures, stories and more)
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Independent Wrestling Federation
IWF February Fury Live Event Day 1
Saturday, February 12, 2011 @ IWF Centre, Woodland Park, NJ
1. Live Wire Donte Arcade defeated Silent Storm Hush Holiday in first fall of Triple Threat Elimination.
2. God’s Gift Aaron Stride defeated Live Wire Donte Arcade to win Triple Threat Elimination.
3. World-Class Karson Slade w/ Showtime Joshua Maddox defeated Hi-Definition Chris Steeler.
4. Kevin Knight defeated Scrap Iron Joey Golden.
5. Illusionist Damian Adams defeated IWF American Champion Real Deal Flex Freeman via count-out.
6. IWF Heavyweight Champion The Mastodon Franciz defeated All-Star Austin Williams w/ Showtime Joshua Maddox to retain the title.
7. IWF Tag Team Champions “The Imperial Dictatorship” Bruising Bookworm Frank Scoleri & German Menace Kraig Stagg w/ Yours Truly Larry Lawson defeated “Sugar & Spice” Juicy Justin Corino & Latin Lover Chachi w/ Jana to retain the titles.
IWF February Fury Live Event Day 2
Saturday, February 26, 2011, 7:30 pm (doors 7:00 pm)
IWF Centre, 32 Willow Way, Woodland Park, NJ (West Paterson)
The Mastodon Franciz (IWF Heavyweight Champion)
Real Deal Flex Freeman (IWF American Champion)
The Imperial Dictatorship: Bruising Bookworm & German Menace (IWF Tag Team Champions)
Illusionist Damian Adams
Latin Lover Chachi
Hi-Definition Chris Steeler
God’s Gift Aaron Stride
All-Star Austin Williams
Lethal Injection Doctor Hurtz
Live Wire Donte Arcade
World-Class Karson Slade
Yours Truly, Larry Lawson
Showtime Joshua Maddox
Rock Queen Alissa
Mic Time Mike Winner