Indy News Update #1 for April 18, 2011
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Chad Cooper sent this in:

The first night of CHIKARA’s King of Trios weekend rocked the ECW Arena last night before a full house

The evening began with an emotional video tribute to Larry Sweeney.

1.The Osirian Portal (Ophidian/Hieracon/Amasis) defeated Team 3OLE (El Generico, Scott “Jagged” Parker/Shane Matthews) after the Portal hit the Osirian Sacrament on Shane Matthews at about 18 minutes, complete with the almost mandatory Osirian Portal dance spot.

2. F.I.S.T. (Icarus/Chuck Taylor/Johnny Gargano) defeated Team Australia (Tama Williams/Percy/Kabel) after Johnny Gargano pins Tama Williams at 11:13. Looks off to see F.I.S.T without Gran Akuma.

3. Bruderschaft des Kreuzes (Tim Donst/Delirious/Jakob Hammermeier) defeated Da Soul Touchaz (Willie Richardson/Acid Jaz/Marshe Rockett) when Jakob pinned Acid Jazz, after outside Tursas interference from Tursas at about 11 minutes:.

4. Mike Quackenbush, Jigsaw, and Manami Toyota defeated The Amazing Red and the Maximos after a ’68 Comeback Special by Quackenbush, followed by a top rope elbow by Jigsaw on Will Maximo at 10 minutes. It was a bigtime thrill to see Toyota live after all these years.

5. Team Dragon Gate (Super Shisa/Akira Tozawa/Kagetora) defeated The Spectral Envoy (Hallowicked/Frightmare/UltraMantis Black) after Super Shisa hit the Yoshitonic on Frightmare at 15 minutes.

6. Team Osaka Pro (Atsushi Kotoge/Daisuke Harada/Ultimate Spider, Jr.) defeated the trio of the Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield/Sugar Dunkerton) and Matt Classic after Ultimo Spider Jr. cradled Matt Classic at 17 minutes with a La Magistral

7. The Colony (Fire Ant/Soldier Ant/Green Ant) defeated The Dark Army (Sinn “Kizarny” Bodhi/Obariyon/Kodama) after 17 minutes, when Obariyon was nailed with the Ant Hill. Sinn “Kizarny” Bodhi didn’t make any friends after pre-show remarks that some took as a sideways crack at Larry Sweeney (watching the clip, looks like it was actually just part of Bodhi’s character…and not intended the way some took it…but even CHIKARA alumni Gran Akuma said he’s have been in jail had he been at the Arena last night.

8. Team Michinoku Pro (Great Sasuke/Dick Togo/Jinsei Shinzaki) defeated. Team Minnesota (1-2-3 Kid/Arik Cannon/Darin Corbin) after a after a Dick Togo senton by on Darin Corbin after 23 minutes. Watching the “original” Michinoku Pro team was a thrill…gotta wonder why Dick Togo wants to retire as he hasn’t missed a step and looked great in the ring

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Randy Cabe passed this along:

Below is a recap of tonight’s Mid Georgia Championship Wrestling card
held in Forest Park, GA.

The show was about 20 minutes late in starting, but I’ll plug their
site anyway–

Dave ( its still real to me, da-n it! ) Wills and Mike Danger are the

MGCW heavyweight champion Andy Anderson opens the show in a non title
match against Valderamo Diaz. Anderson ( dressed like an 80s Sting,
including similar face paint and bleached blond hair ) makes quick
work of his masked opponent, finishing him with a scorpion leg lock.
The Exotic Ones come out, with Rick Michaels mocking Anderson for
wrestling in the opening match. He challenges Anderson to face him in
the main event, which is quickly accepted.

One half of the Southern Out Laws, Black Jack Miller goes down in
defeat to the Russian Assassin. The Assassin gets the victory mainly
due to interference by Comrade Phil Hefner.

Mister X cuts a promo saying he is ready to go after the MGCW tag
titles, introducing the Real Deal Steven Hollister and says they will
be known as The Bruise Brothers.

Comrade Phil Hefner brings out another Russian-Soviet Muscle Boris
Nikatev ( I may have that spelled wrong ) to face Tyson Dean, managed
by Marty Freeman. Dean won with a stunner.

Mister X beat the other Southern Out Law, Tim Dixon, with a nice spear.

Simon Sermon, one half of The Exotic Ones, wrestled Viscious Vic Roz
next. This match stole the show. The crowd was really heated against
Sermon, and there was great action in and out of the ring.
Unfortunately, the match ended in a double count out after the action
spilled into the crowd.

The main event was Andy Anderson vs. Exotic One Rick Michaels. This
was also a solid match with Anderson winning by DQ when Sermon runs in
to help Michaels.

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