Indy News Update #3 for November 27, 2011
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C*4 Wrestling sent this in.

C*4 presents “(R)Evolution 514”
Saturday, November 26th, 2011
Announcer: The Voice
Commentary: Llakor, Cecil Nyx, and Michael Von Payton
Attendance: 75
Referees: Bakais, Ben le ref.
(1) Lucky Sabiti walked away victorious against Pat Skillz, Johnny Jack Spade, and Abraham “Action” Jackson.

(2) The debuting team of Johnny Wave and Alex Vega upset the duo of 2.5, “Jagged” Scott Parker and “Superstar” Shayne “Shane Matthews” Hawke.

(3) Jae Rukin defeated the return Ethan Page by submission, in a competitive match.

Next up, C*4 Champion , the talent formerly known as Stupefied and his accomplices Sebastian Suave and Mathieu St. Jacques, made their way to the ring. Stupefied told fans that he was not defending his Championship, and was taking the night off. He then declared that Mathieu St. Jacques and Suave would be taking the tag titles later that night.

Suddenly Player Uno’s music hit and he made his way to the ringside area. He told the trio that Stupefied may not be defending the championship, but he will be in action. Uno stated all three would face him and his partners. At that moment, C*4 Tag Team Champions, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen and “Speedball” Mike Bailey stormed the ring. Uno, Steen and Bailey chased Stupefied, Suave and St. Jacques to the locker room.

(4) In an impromptu Three-Way Dance, “Hacker” Scotty O’Shea overcame Kiyoshi and “MVP” Michael Von Payton. The ending came when the injured Rahim Ali walked out of the crowd and started shouting at Von Payton. This allowed O’Shea to capitalize and throw Von Payton out of the ring, and finish off Kiyoshi.

(5) In a hard-fought and physical contest, “Ronin” Josh Alexander shocked the crowd when he pinned El Generico. The match saw both men give everything they had, but in the end, Alexander showed an intense determination and walked away with a victory.

(6) The Afterparty of Cecil Nyx and Chaz Lovely walked away with the win against The Wolfmun, Twiggy and Beef Wellington. Many in attendance were surprised to see The Afterparty extend their winning ways this season, and again defeat The Wolfmun. Twiggy and Beef Wellington seemed very disappointed in the loss, and exchanged heated words.

(7) Frankie the Mobster pinned the returning “Textbook” Tyson Dux, in an exciting back and forth match-up. Frankie put Dux away following his patented “Credibility statement”.

(8 ) In the main event, C*4 Champion, announced as “The Emperor” Stu Grayson (formerly Stupefied), along with Sebastian Suave, and Mathieu St. Jacques defeated Player Uno, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen, and “Speedball” Mike Bailey.

The match was a largely back and forth contest, which saw all six men give it their all. During the course of the match, Bailey accidentally kicked Steen in the face after a miscalculated move. Despite this moment, the match continued. Player Uno attempted to direct his teammates, and fight toward victory.

Uno took charge and continued to fight, as Steen stood on the apron looking visibly frustrated.

Finally Steen was tagged into the match, and cleared out his opponents. He then turned to Bailey and in a moment of anger, laid him out. A confused Uno stared at Steen in disbelief. Steen proceeded to kick Uno in the groin, and walk out of the match.

Grayson looked at Steen with open arms, expecting to be embraced. Steen looked at Stu, and delivered his patented “snot-rocket” before storming up the ramp to the locker room.

Moments later, the handicapped Uno and Bailey fell in defeat to Grayson, St. Jacques, and Suave.

The victorious trio, along with their valet, Selezia Sparx celebrated in the ring, basking in their unexpected victory.

Following the match, Steen spoke to C*4 management, and with cameras present had very harsh words. A video of this interaction will be released shortly. At this time, we can reveal Kevin Steen is finished Mike Bailey, and apparently with C*4 for the foreseeable future.

Where this leave the C*4 Tag Team Championship, and “Speedball” Mike Bailey, will be addressed in the coming weeks,

News will be coming soon in regard to C*4’s next big event, “Level Up 2012”, on Saturday January 21!
Stay tuned for details!

CZW sent this in.

CZW ‘Cage of Death 13’ & ‘International Indie Summit’ on iPPV – Dec 3 – Combat Zone Wrestling’s biggest event of the year ‘Cage of Death 13’ airs live on iPay-Per-View from the legendary Asylum (former ECW) Arena, 7 W. Ritner ST in Philadelphia on Saturday, December 3.

Starting at 1 pm, international talent from Japan’s Big Japan Wrestling, DDT, K-Dojo, & FREEDOMs will be on-hand for the ‘International Indie Summit’, including international wrestling sensation Dick Togo for his last United States east coast wrestling appearance as he faces Kudo and Masahiro Takanashi.

Also featuring:
*Shattered Dreams Death Match: BJW’s Jake Numazawa & FREEDOMs’ Jun Kasai vs. BJW’s Ryuji Ito & CZW’s Danny Havoc
*FREEDOMs’ Kamui & CZW’s Devon Moore vs. CZW’s Philly’s Most Wanted
*DDT’s Danshoku Dieno vs. CZW owner DJ Hyde
*CZW Jr Heavyweight champion Sami Callihan vs. Yoshihito Sasaki
*FREEDOMs’ Takashi Sasaki & K-Dojo’s Kengo Mashimo vs. Drake Younger & MASADA

Then at 7:30 pm, ‘Cage of Death 13’, the main attraction of an international double header steps up featuring the world travelled superstars of Combat Zone Wrestling.

*Cage of Death for CZW World Heavyweight Title: champion Devon Moore vs. MASADA vs. Scotty Vortekz vs. “Ego” Robert Anthony
(See what Devon Moore has to say at the Official CZWNews YouTube)
*DJ Hyde vs. Greg Excellent in a match Excellent sets the stipulation
*Death Match Trial: Matt Tremont vs. Danny Havoc
(Watch Danny Havoc comment on Tremont)
*CZW Wired TV champion Jake Crist vs. Dave Crist
(See Jake comment on Dave’s assault that set up this match; See Dave’s response)
*CZW Jr Heavyweight Title: AR Fox vs. winner of Callihan-Sasaki
*Philly’s Most Wanted vs. Homicide & Eddie Kingston
(Watch Joker & BLK Jeez comment on their opponents & get a peak at what Homicide has in store)
*Six Man Scramble to name #1 Contender to CZW World Heavyweight Title: Derek Frazier (See Frazier’s comments), Ryan McBride, Drew Gulak (See Gulak’s comments), tHURTeen, Dustin Rayz, Alex Payne (See Payne’s comments)
*2/3 Falls, Intergender Tag Match: Runaways’ Ryan Slater, Joe Gacy, & Kimber Lee vs. BLK OUT’s Alex Colon, Ruckus, & Chrissy Rivera
(See what The Runaways and BLK OUT have to say)
*Drake Younger vs. Rory Mondo
(Watch Younger call out Mondo and Mondo trash talk Younger)
*Japan 8-Man Match

Bus trip info from NYC/Northern New Jersey is available now.

Tickets are still available for both the ‘International Indie Summit’ and ‘Cage of Death 13’ by visiting the Pro Shop. VIP and Group Seating, as well as Vendor Spaces are available by contacting!

Both events will air LIVE on iPay-Per-View on HybridEnt.TV.

Show your support on the ‘Cage of Death 13’ Facebook Event site.

Combat Zone Wrestling also continues its very proud tradition of supporting Toys for Tots. Bring your new, unwrapped toys this Saturday, December 3.