Indy News #3: KSWA report, C4 Wrestling and HWA

Indy News Update #3 for May 9, 2011
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KSWA sent this in:

Pittsburgh – KSWA at the Lawrenceville Moose: Shawn Blanchard defeated Mke Buda…Del Douglas & The Jester defeated Joey Quervo & The Great Toyota…Shane Starr defeated JP Goulet…The V.I.P.’s defeated Bobby Badfinger, Jay Flash & Justin Sane (Durso with pin wins Golden Triangle Title)…Bobby Badfingers, Jay Flash & Justin Sane defeated The V.I.P.’s (Badfingers with pin wins Golden Triangle Title)…Vinnie Stone & Ric Rumskey ends in a no contest…Tony Johnson defeated Alex Arcadian to retain the K.S.W.A. Jr. Heavyweight Title…Drew Belanger defeated Kris Kash…Mitch Napier & The Latin Assassin defeated Ali Kaida & The Blood Beast


Marty Lyons – K.S.W.A. Public Relations
Keystone State Wrestling Alliance

C4 Wrestling sent this in:

C*4 presents “Stand Alone 2011” Official Results
Montreal, Quebec,
Saturday May 7, 2011
Attendance: 150
Announcer: Voice
Referees: Bakais, TJ Wylie
Card subject due to change: Eddie Kingston, The Colony, and Dasher Hatfield

1. Lucky Sabiti and Max Boyer defeated The Sexxxy Afterparty, comprised of Sexxxy Eddy and Cecil Nyx. An impromptu tag team match, that saw Lucky Sabiti display an aggressive new side. Sabiti was congratulated by Boyer following the match, who claimed that Sabiti finally was listening to him.

2. Twiggy defeated “The Prince of Persia” Rahim Ali in a wild brawl. Twiggy showed a true aggressive streak – in retaliation for the injury he himself suffered back in March. Twiggy followed his pinfall win, with an attack directed at Ali’s eye. Twiggy first attacked Ali with a series of bites to his orbital area, and then going to the ringside and finding a screwdriver – looking to inflict more damage. Ali was saved, when MVP pulled him from the ring.

3. “Rockstar” James Stone defeated Jae Rukin and Urban Miles in a highly competitive triple threat match.

4. Sebastian Suave pinned “The Allstarter” Brent B in an exciting back and fourth contest, which saw the familiar opponents pull out all the stops against one another. Suave picked up his first C*4 victory, and did so with a win over his long timer personal rival.

5. “Hacker” Scotty O’Shea pinned Mathieu St. Jacques in an excellent and hard hitting encounter. This encounter topped their first showdown, which took place on January 22nd. The two are now one and one in singles matches. O’Shea picks up his first C*4 victory, and proves he is a superstar in the making. A great match.

6. “Speedball” Mike Bailey survived an “Open Contract” challenge, which saw two men accept. The first to accept was a man who only a week prior lost his Tag Team Championship to Bailey and Steen – that is “MVP” Michael Von Payton. The second person to accept was a man who had not been seen in C*4 for almost two years – Frankie the Mobster! Bailey managed to win the encounter, after he ousted Frankie from the ring, and MVP was knocked senseless from an interfering Twiggy. Bailey hit a massive shooting star press on MVP, and took the victory. Following the match, Frankie the Mobster took his frustrations out on official TJ Wylie. Frankie the Mobster was welcomed back to C*4 loudly by all fans in attendance.

7. C*4 Champion, Stupefied, and Player Uno – the Super Smash Brothers, defeated Shane Matthews and “Jagged” Scott Parker, 2.O. A contest between two teams who know each other very well – and it showed. This match demonstrated the best in tag team wrestling – and again, nearly stole the show. Both teams gave it there all, but in the end, it was the Super Smash Brothers, putting aside personal differences, managing to retain. Uno and Stupefied will now head into June 17th’s “Crossing the Line 4” event, and collide for the C*4 Championship.

8. In the main event of the night – and blow-off to one of C*4’s most heated feuds, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen defeated Jimmy Jacobs. In a wild and violent encounter, these two men battled throughout the venue and used virtually any weapon they could get a hand on – including trash cans, chains, silverware, and about a dozen steel folding chairs. Jacobs used every tactic he could to try and destroy the hometown hero, Steen, including tying Steen up in a length of chain. Try as he might however, “Mr. Wrestling” continued to fight back. Despite a sickening chair shot to his face, Steen wouldn’t stay down. Eventually, “Mr. Wrestling” fought back, and took the victory following a package piledriver through two steel folding chairs. Steen crawled his way back to the locker-room, as Jacobs was stretchered to the back.

C*4 wishes to thank all of its fans who came out and helped make “Stand Alone 2011” a success. We look forward to returning to Montreal in the future. Until then, check out for all the latest details concerning June 17th’s huge season finale show “Crossing the Line 4”!

Nate Stein sent this in:

HWA Debuts May 15 in Leonardtown, MD: Cole-Delirious HWA Facebook Event Site ( Flyer: On Sunday, May 15 it will be the debut of Horizon Wrestling Alliance at The Leonard Hall Drill Hall (Leonard Hall Recreation and Parks), 23150 Leonard Hall RD in Leonardtown, MD with a 3 pm bell time. * Delirious vs. Adam Cole * Grizzly Redwood vs. Ernie Osiris * Professor Milo Shizo vs. Andy “Right Leg” Ridge * The Hellians (Alex Payne & Shane Hagadorn) vs. The Bravado Brothers (Lance & Harlem) * Ruckus vs. Pelle Primeau * Also featuring Daizee Haze, Kindred, Violent Intentions, and more Tickets available for $10 at the door. Proceeds benefit the Leonard Hall Junior Naval Academy. For more information, visit

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