UWF “Hood Justice” PPV Recap
New York City, New York (Hammerstein Ballroom)
October 23, 2011
Commentators: Shawn Credle, Robbie Mireno, & Julius Smokes
Report by: Josh Boutwell of Wrestleview.com

“Hood Justice” kicks off with highlights from the first UWF PPV, “First Blood.”

The UWF intro package opens up and then we cut to 40 Glocc (from G-Unit) talking to one of his boys in the back. Glocc says things are about to get real when Cuban Link walks up. Glocc doesn’t like that Cuban is cool with Brisco. Cuban says it his homie and it’s about getting that paper. 40 Glocc tells him to take him out after Cuban walks off.

Cuban Link brings out his boys, Ricky Reyes and BC Killer to the ring. Link says they’re here to take that title and there ain’t no friends here because the money talks louder.

Slyck Wagner Brown walks down to the ring with Uncle Murda. Brown says Cuban is messing with Murda’s business and he’s going to take care of that tonight.

UWF Street King Title Tournament
“Havana Pitbull” Ricky Reyes w/Cuban Link & BC Killer vs. Slyck Wagner Brown w/Uncle Murda

Brown attacks Reyes and locks him in a headlock. Reyes shoves Brown into the ropes but eats a shoulder block from him. Brown then hits the ropes but Reyes hits a nice dropkick to take the heavyweight down. Brown rolls out to the apron and then he shows his athleticism by slingshot somersaulting back into the ring onto his feet. Brown hits the ropes but as he came off them Reyes hits a Drop Toe Hold. Reyes follows up with a Sliding Dropkick. Reyes then hits a Flying Forearm in the corner and then he hits the ropes. Brown goes for a clothesline but Reyes ducks and then eats a beautiful Leg Lariat as he bounced off the ropes again Brown showing that vertical leap on that one. Brown puts the boots to Reyes and then Reyes rolls out to the floor to catch a breather. Brown follows him out and tosses him into the guardrail. Eddie Carnage runs out and jumps BC Killer! Brown hits a Neckbreaker on Reyes on the floor! Killer and Carnage have busted each other open as they brawl to the back. Brown catapults Reyes neck first into the guardrail! 1…2…NO Reyes kicks out! Brown slams Reyes into the ring steps and then tosses him into some chairs and the guardrail! Brown tosses Reyes back into the ring and then he taunts the crowd. Brown covers Reyes and gets another nearfall. Brown puts the boots to Reyes and then he tosses Reyes into the turnbuckles. Brown picks Reyes up and holds him up into the air with a Delayed Vertical Suplex! Brown taunts the crowd again and then picks Reyes up and sets up for a T-Bone Suplex, but Reyes counters with back elbows and then an armdrag. Brown comes right back and kicks Reyes in the gut. Brown then goes for another Neckbreaker but Reyes counters into a Backslide! 1…2…NO Brown kicks out! Reyes immediately grabs Brown and rolls him with a La Magistral Cradle! 1…2…NO Brown kicks out again! Reyes hits Brown with a back elbow and then climbs up top and hits a Tornado DDT! 1…2…and Brown kicks out yet again! Reyes picks Brown up and hits him with a series of Forearms and chops. Reyes hits a Spinning Back Kick and then he comes off the ropes but Wagner catches him and hits the Haterbreaker (Swinging Sidewalk Slam)! 1…2…NO Reyes kicks out! Brown picks Reyes up again and hits the Appreciation Bomb (Sitout Spinebuster)! Brown locks in a Texas Cloverleaf! Reyes fights the hold and gets to the ropes to break the hold. Brown picks Reyes up and goes for the Haterbreaker again but Reyes blocks it. Brown tosses Reyes into the corner and then mounts him on the turnbuckles and reigns down right hands. Brown wastes time by taunting the fans which allows Reyes to recover and trip Brown off the top causing Brown’s head to hit the top turnbuckle. Reyes follows up with an Enziguri followed by a Swinging Neckbreaker! Reyes locks in the Cuban Crippler Crossface! Reyes uses the ropes for extra leverage to pull back on the hold and Brown taps!

Winner: Reyes via submission (Cuban Crippler Crossface)

In the back 40 Glocc is talking to his crew, hyping them up. Glocc says they aren’t going to let any east coast cats or southerners take no money from them. Famous B is listening to music while Glocc is talking which doesn’t sit real well with him. Glocc walks out and Lance Lude walks in and tries to hit on tries to hit on the girl there but she blows him off.

Dirty Rotten Scoundralz are bragging about stealing Ghetto Mafia’s dope.

L.E.P. Bogus Boys are looking for Uncle Murda.

Scorpio Sky walks into Brisco’s locker room and talks with him and his crew.

40 Glocc and Big Block are discussing some business.

Jeez approaches Billy Blue wanting to step up. Jeez tells him to put the ball in his hands and he’ll take care of business.

Lance Lude is still trying to talk to the girl and Brian XL cuts him off and starts talking to her himself. 40 Glocc then walks in and tells Lude to get his ass out of his seat. Glocc says he just made a deal with Block. In a funny moment 40 says Willie Mack is going to take one of Block’s boys spots in a match tonight and Mack takes his pants off revealing some little bitty tights. 40 Glocc busts out laughing and tells him to pull his damn pants back up.

L.E.P. Bogus Boys approach Uncle Murda and they talk about Murda is messing up their money. Murda says they can come to UWF and take his money if they want it. They tell Murda they’ll see him.

Melle Mel is pissed and he’s trying to hype his boys up. Mel says Kingston lost to a midget last week (Homicide). Façade tries to explain how he lost to Bestia. He tells S.A.T. they have to handle business.

40 Glocc brings out Famous B and Willie Mack. Glocc says only one of his boys are supposed to be in this match but he bought another spot from Block. Brisco isn’t happy about 40 having two guys in the match. Billy Blue brings out Jeez. Blue clowns on Mack and tells Jeez to take care of them. He says Jeez isn’t a “40 Glocc…he’s an AK.” Scorpio says he’s going to go out there and get in this match too, to help out Brisco’s squad.

Scramble Match
Famous B w/40 Glocc vs. Willie Mack w/40 Glocc vs. Jeez w/Billy Blue vs. Bandito Jr. w/Brisco vs. Scorpio Sky

The bell rings and all the guys go at it! Jeez and Mack fight out on the floor and Jeez kicks Mack in the balls! Jeez and Famous B double team Bandito in the corner. Jeez and Famous whip Bandito into the opposite corner but Bandito floats up and over the charging Jeez and in midair slams Jeez to the mat with a Reverse Facebuster! Bandito rolls backwards right into a Wheelbarrow from Famous, but Bandito counters in midair with a Bulldog! Bandito and Jeez trade Forearms as Scorpio Sky finally makes his way out. Bandito hits a shoulder block on Jeez and then Jeez leapfrogs him and hits a dropkick. Sky comes in and exchange forearms and chops with Jeez. Jeez gets the advantage with a series of right hands but when he hits the ropes Sky levels him with a Flying Knee! Mack comes in and tosses Sky clear across the ring! Mack then hits a T-Bone Suplex! Bandito dives off the top with a Missile Dropkick on Mack! Famous B back in now and connects with a Back Heel Kick on Bandito! Jeez lights Famous B up with chops and then he attempts to whip Famous into the corner, but Famous reverses it. Jeez floats up and over Famous B and then hits a Flying Spike DDT! 1…2…NO Famous kicks out! Bandito comes back in and whips Jeezy into the ropes but Jeez hits a hurricanrana! Jeez then hits a Double Running Knee in the corner followed by a Missile Dropkick off the top! 1…2…NO Bandito kicks out! The middle rope is really slack as I think it broke when Willie Mack tossed Scorpio Sky into them. Jeez charges Bandito but Bandito catches him on his shoulders and then drops him down onto a Codebreaker from Scorpio Sky in midair! 1…2…NO Jeez kicks out! Famous B catches Bandito with a Superkick! Scorpio Sky hits Famous with a Yakuza Kick! Scorpio hits Famous with Forearm Smashes and then whips him into the ropes but Famous clears the ropes and dives over the top with a Fosbury Flop (Running Shoot Star Press over the top rope) onto Bandito on the floor! Jeez lights Sky up with chops in the ring and then he whips Sky into the ropes and Sky goes for a Springboard Flying Cross Body but Jeez sidesteps it. Sky was still able to get good air on that move even though the middle rope is so slacked. Jeez hits a GORGEOU Somersault Plancha over the top onto Famous B & Scorpio Sky! Willie Mack says he’s going to dive, but Bandito hits him with a Yakuza Kick before he can! Bandito hits a Springboard Somersault Plancha onto everybody on the floor! Mack is left standing in the ring and he says he’s going to dive again! Mack climbs up top and hits a Plancha onto Sky & Bandito on the floor! In the ring Jeez dives off the top with a Flying Cross Body on Famous B! 1…2…NO Famous kicks out! Jeez hits a Brainbuster! He climbs up top and goes for the Jeez Up, Hoes Down (Diving Double Foot Stomp), but Famous B moves out of the way. Famous follows up with a Superkick! Famous then hits a Butterfly Suplex and climbs up top! Famous hits a Senton Bomb! 1…2…NO Jeez kicks out! Famous whips Jeez into the ropes and goes for a clothesline but Jeez counters into a Leaping Flatliner! Jeez climbs up top and hits the Jeez Up, Hoes Down to the back of Famous B’s head! 1…2…3!

Winner: Jeez via pinfall (Jeez Up, Hoes Down)

Billy Blue talks trash to 40 Glocc who walks straight to the back and flips Blue off.

L.E.P. Bogus Boys try to talk to Cuban Link about getting in on he and Brisco’s deal. They want in on UWF and Cuban says he’ll talk to them later. Cuban walks up to Murda and he talks to them about what Bogus Boys said. Cuban says he doesn’t have anything to do with it.

Someone is shown talking to a chick and then we cut to Block’s crew. Block says he just saw some dude talking to Rasche Brown’s girl. Brown goes psycho and punches a whole in the wall and then storms out.

Uncle Murda is not happy about Louie getting his ass whooped last week and tells him to go handle his business.

Brown walks out to the ring and he calls Rich Ortiz (Ricky Ortiz from WWE) and says he was just talking to one of his girls when he wasn’t around so he needs to get his ass to the ring and face him man to man. Ortiz walks out and says he wasn’t talking to his girl and says Big Block doesn’t give a damn about Brown or his girl. Ortiz says Brown needs to tell his girl to shave!

UWF Street King Title Tournament
Rasche Brown vs. “The Beast” Rich Ortiz

Ortiz and Brown exchange some wicked right hands and forearms! Brown hits Ortiz with a palm thrust and Ortiz answers with a chop. They exchange those strikes until Brown whips Ortiz into the corner and then nails him with a Running Knee! Brown follows up with a Shoulder Block for a nearfall. Ortiz and Brown now exchange clotheslines that don’t knock either man down. Ortiz ducks one of the clotheslines and hits a Back Suplex! Ortiz follows up with a German Suplex! 1…2…NO Brown kicks out! Ortiz slams Brown into the corner and nails him with repeated shoulder blocks. Ortiz follows up with a Forearm and then he climbs up top but Brown chops him. Brown then climbs up with Ortiz and goes for a Superplex. Ortiz blocks it and then the two exchange right hands on the top rope! Another crazy exchange there. Ortiz tries to Superplex Brown off the top to the freaking floor! Brown blocks it and then Superplexes Ortiz into the ring! Ortiz and Brown exchange strikes again, this time on their knees. They get to their feet and continue the strikes. Brown hits the ropes and connects with a Running Knee Lift! 1…2…NO Ortiz kicks out! Brown picks Ortiz up on his shoulders but Ortiz blocks it and shoves Brown into the corner only to have Brown explode out of the corner with a Spear!

Winner: Brown via pinfall (Spear)

Big Block walks out congratulates Brown. Block says one more step for the belt.

On the street Homicide is hyping up Louis Ramos.

We then cut to the Triple C’s (Young Breed, Gunplay, & Torch) and they say they’re coming to take over UWF.

Eddie Kingston is getting drunk drowning his sorrows after losing to Homicide. Homicide then cuts a promo and says he put Kingston’s body in the Hudson River last time. Homicide says the UWF is Uncle Murda’s crew’s block. Back to Kingston he talks trash on Homicide and says he’s not scared to die. Kingston says he’s been hopeless since he was born so he doesn’t care if he dies. He says Homicide is in the title match but he won’t make it to the title match.

Louis Ramos is looking for Murder 1 and finds him in an alley and they start brawling. Murder 1 beats Ramos’ ass again with some disgustingly stiff right hands to the head. Ramos grabs Murder by the pants and tosses him into a fence repeatedly. Murder punches Ramos in the nuts and then grabs some barbedwire off the fence and cuts Ramos open with it! Murder kicks Ramos in the head and then takes off running at him but Ramos lifts him up into the air and slams him into the fence again. Ramos puts a plastic bag over Murder’s head Terry Funk style! Murder rips the bag open but Ramos starts choking him with the barbedwire! Ramos leaves Murder laying in the alley.


I thought “Hood Justice” was exactly what a promotions 2nd PPV should be, a vast improvement from the first. As long as you continue to improve you’ll be fine. They really did a better job of making sure graphics were shown for every rapper and wrestler to make sure fans that aren’t familiar with everyone knows who’s who.

The opener was a great match between Slyck and Reyes. Slyck is really talented and Reyes has always been great.

The Scramble Match is easily the best match UWF has had so far, some unbelievable action in there. I had seen all of them except Bandito Jr. and Willie Mack before this match. Famous B is incredibly impressive and so is Jeez. I haven’t seen Jeez in years, he used to wrestle as Ruckus’ buddy Sabian in CZW years ago (don’t know if he still does).

The main event was what J.R. would call a “slobber knocker” and a great big man match. They were beating the hell out of each other and the announcers did a stellar job of putting over the physicality. Also the camera work of zooming in on all the strike showing the sweat flying off both men and the sound of skin smacking each other was great.

The best segment/vignette was the brawl (more like fight scene) between Murder-1 and Ramos, they were killing each other and that was easily the most violent thing on this episode. Great effort from UWF.