BWO 3/24 report, Midsouth Allstar 3/25 report + IPW:UK news & notes

Reported by Adam Martin of
On Monday, March 26, 2007 at 4:30 PM EST

Blackball'd Wrestling Organization sent in this report:

Blackball'd Wrestling Organization returned to Phoenixville, PA 3/24/07 for "Spring Cleaning" with the following results:

Big Slam Vader won an over-the-top battle royal.

Dave Greco defeated Dinmak and Dragonfly in a three-way-dance.

Angus The Caveman became the new BWO Interstate Champion, pinning former champ Kid Kaos when
interference by Jim Spingler backfired. Kaos and Spingler attacked Angus after the match, setting up a
rematch for April 28.

Ricky T. and Tiny R. Williams versus Dark Angel and Jasin Karloff (w/Echelon) was a no contest after
Krotch Stomp Kings and Puerto Rican Bad Boys attacked both teams. Salvation 2K7 made the save. Ricky T. and Tiny R. revert back to their former identities, Sgt. Smith and Mr. Jester. They, along with Karloff, join
forces with Salvation 2K7 to get revenge against Krotch Stomp Kings and Puerto Rican Bad Boys.

Judas Gray defeated Echelon after she slapped Gray several times and demanding a match.

Rockin Rebel beat Chris Wylde and Kage in a handicap match.

Following intermission, Downtown Mike Brown and Christian York was a no contest after they were
attacked by Krotch Stomp Kings and Puerto Rican Bad Boys. York joined the team of Karloff, Smith, Jester
and Salvation 2K7 against Krotch Stomp Kings and Puerto Rican Bad Boys in main event.

Glen "The Beast" Osbourne and Patch went to a double disqualification - Osbourne retaining the BWO
Heavyweight Championship. They will face each other again in a rematch next month.

Shatter over Nemo and Doink in a three-way-dance.

Hard Candy defended their BWO Heavyweight Tag Team Championship against Gemini Trojans after Trojans
inadvertently pinned Chris Wylde, who was at ringside. Rebel set rematch for next month, suspending Zac
Conner for 30 days and if Wylde loses the match, he'll have to wear a diaper.

Fizzle, Shizzle and Massive Mike overcame odds to beat Alan Cross, Louis Rich, Pelle Primeau and Chris Brown (w/Ashley Friendly). Rematch between these two teams next month, Brown will be handcuffed at ringside, and if Cross team loses, Ashley Friendly becomes property of Massive Mike for 30 days.

In the main event, Salvation 2K7, Christian York, Sgt. Smith, Mr. Jester and Jasin Karloff won an all-over
brawl against the Krotch Stomp Kings and Puerto Rican Bad Boys.

Next show, April 28th.

Contact or call 610-933-8550 for ticket information.

Clinton Boyland sent this in:

Midsouth Allstar Wrestling
3/25/07 - Fan Appreciation Night results
New Daisy Theater, Memphis, TN

Gabriel Stalker w/Pimpin' Antoin Smooth def. Dell Tucker to retain the MAW Jr. Heavyweight Title.

Dre Black comes to the ring with Showstopper to call out Commissioner K.C. Gold and demand his belt. KC comes out with TFO and says that he has heard Black complaining for the past two months. He opens his jacket to reveal the MAW Championship belt, and makes an offer. He says that if Black can defeat his lackey Showstopper, as well as TFO member Johnny Morton, he will give him the belt around his waist.

"Punisher" Dre Black def. Showstopper. Showstopper immediately dropped to the mat, allowing Black the easy pin. KC says that Showstopper shouldn't be such a punk, so he makes him the same offer. If Showstopper can beat Black and Morton, he gets the belt. Showstopper made a valiant effort to actually beat Black, but was pinned after a Black Out from Punisher.

"Punisher" Dre Black def. "Juicy" Johnny Morton. Morton started the match with a sneak attacked as Black was being distracted by K.C., but was also pinned after a Black Out. Gold looked disappointed, but says he made a deal. He takes off the title, and throws the belt from his pants to Dre. Gold says that the deal was for the belt on his waist, but he'd have to earn a shot at the title.

In a surprise appearance, Memphis Wrestling's Derrick King, Pokerface, and Craven Moorehead came into the ring to berate the organization, calling the company WCW, USWA, and KAW before getting the name right. King says hello to the "capacity crowd of tens of thousands", and talks about the lack of talent in MAW before K.C. Gold comes back out. King says that Jerry Lawler would never step foot in the New Daisy Theater, that MAW is nothing but a roster of misfits, and that without himself, Poker and Craven, there would be no MAW. K.C. says he has two things to tell King, the first being that when you come to MAW, be careful because things tend to fall from the sky. As the Memphis Wrestling crew looks around, Tatt2 emerges from the back and dropkicks King from the top rope. K.C. says the second thing is "MAW spelled backwards is WAM motherfucker!" He says that if King wants to stick around, he'll put him in a match with Tatt2 tonight.

Precious def. "New Blood" Dave Anthony w/Antoin Smooth. As the MW crew made their way to the back, Southern Extreme Wrestling's Lamarrus Brooks, AKA The Kid comes out to join the announce table and further berate MAW, specifically Precious. After winning with a piledriver, TFO joins Precious as he knocks out New Blood with a vicious chairshot. Precious says that he's the best thing going in MAW, and to hell with Memphis Wrestling. He also tells The Kid that the next time he calls him to work on a show, he's going to tell him to stick it where the sun don't shine.

24/7 vs. Genocide vs. 201 Express ended in a No Contest. 24/7 made an open tag team challenge, which was answered by Genocide and 201 Express. After all hell broke loose in the match, 24/7 were thrown out of the ring and run to the back. Big Country gets on the mic and says that they are the biggest team in the South, and if Memphis Wrestling wants to send someone down to face them, they are up for the challenge.

Tatt2 def. Derrick King w/Craven Moorehead and Pokerface. Before the match, King says that this is a homecoming of sorts for Tatt2, having "wobbled from obscurity" in MAW. Derrick also notices that Carnage Antwane is in the crowd. The Memphis Wrestling crew laughs at Carnage, until he emerges from the crowd and steps into the ring. Derrick runs out to the security guard and berates him for letting "just anybody" into the ring, saying (on a shoot) that he would never hire him to work security at any of his shows. The match finally starts after King reminds the ref that his "coveted Memphis Wrestling Cruiserweight Championship" is not on the line. TFO stands at ringside to watch the match, but doesn't interfere, despite constant interference from Pokerface and Craven. After a long, hard-fought match, Tatt2 gets the pin with a flying sunset flip, then continues to brawl with the MW crew. As the three men start to beat him down, the Black Out Squad comes out to make the save. K.C. says welcome home to the BOS, and makes a 6-man challenge to the MW crew. He says that these three men made it and can compete with Memphis Wrestling.

Derrick tells K.C. that he bit off more than he could chew, and this was now real. He says that Memphis is his hometown, and that poor white trash and freeloaders like the MAW fans don't deserve to be here. He then throws the mic into the ring and storms out of the arena. K.C. tells Carnage Antwane that if he wants back in, he'll let him. CA says that he doesn't want to wrestle, he wants to fight. The challenge is opened for the next MAW show, but as this is going on a fight breaks out between Craven and a member of the crowd. As the locker room empties to break up the fight, Derrick King escapes to the balcony.

He says that K.C. has started a war he can't finish, and berates the "nobodies" of MAW again. As he goes down the list, naming Chris Lexx and The Crime, Johnny Morton storms from the back when he hears his name. He attempts to climb the balcony to get to Derrick, but security and other wrestlers hold him back. K.C. attempts to order his boys to the back, but Morton has to be pulled away from Craven. K.C. waits for an answer from Derrick, but is pulled to the back to break up more fighting between the MAW and MW rosters. The show ends with King saying he'll be back at the next MAW event with more of his friends. The majority of the MAW roster, especially Big Country, Crime, Chris Lexx and Johnny Morton all want to shut Derrick King's big mouth.

Daniel Edler sent this in:

  • All The Updates And Fallouts From Last Night’s EPIC Final Frontiers Event!

    » On the morning of Monday March 26th, one promoter, either Daniel Edler or Greg Lambert, would be looking into his morning cereal and knowing a future without the companies that have brought them and all of their fans such entertainment over the past few years. Either the FWA or IPW:UK would be out of business forever – and now that it IS Monday March 26th, we at are happy to report that it is NOT us… we won.

    But, from the smoke comes happy news and sad. ASHLEY REED will be indefinitely away from the world of pro wrestling. Reed, who was conspicuous by his absence last weekend, will be following Tony ‘Superstar’ Sefton into what could be seen as ‘unofficial retirement’. That being said, we hope that both men take time away, recharge their batteries, get back to full fitness and return to the ring when the time is right.

    THE KARTEL will also be away from the ring indefinitely. Having had a terrible past few weeks, losing in the RQW tag team tournament in York Hall, and losing two key matches for 4FW, Sha and Terry will be training and travelling until much later in the year.

    But as spots free up on the IPW:UK roster, they must be filled. With incoming tag teams like Sloan and Burns, the now permanent Swiss Money Holding, Madder Than You and Maayan/Summers, and singles stars like Doug Williams, Marty Scurll, Sam Slam and more, the face of IPW:UK isn’t changing, only getting a lift.

    » No major injuries to report from last night’s event, except for a fresh injury worry for LUKE DRAGON PHOENIX, with an injured shoulder. Phoenix, who didn’t emerge from the treatment room to celebrate with other members of the roster after the show, was icing the injury – his second in two months after injuring his knee last time out.

    » We at IPW:UK would actually like to congratulate Robbie Brookside (FWA Heavyweight), Ross Jordan (Flyweight) and amazingly, Sam Slam (All-England), who will forever be know as the “Last Ever" set of FWA champions. Slam, who was filling in for an absent Leroy Kincaide in answering Iceman’s open challenge, has now gone in 6 months from being a relative unknown, to holding the now ‘seemingly’ inactive All-England title, and of course being the reigning and defending British Under 23’s Champion!

    » And finally, our commiserations to Greg ‘ The Truth’ Lambert, the losing FWA promoter, and his gang of goons, Dann Read, Mark Kay and Alex Shane. We do, however, hope to work again in the future with PHIL ‘FLASH’ BARKER, and possibly more members of the former FWA roster, who we feel could be valuable additions to the permanent IPW:UK roster. In fact – already signed up to future IPW:UK shows as a permanent roster member, none other then ‘The Anarchist’ Doug Williams!

    Flash Barker may have been out of action for 3 years, but being quadruple hard must be like riding a bike – you never lose the ability! Barker is the first man in history to have kicked out of the London Bridge, as it took THREE of Stone’s best, as well as two hard-as-hell Lariats to take down the FWA’s hand picked best. If there was a more fitting match to represent the cream of the FWA and the cream of IPW that could have occurred in Orpington last night, then IPW:UK sure can’t think of it.

  • The NOAH Connection Revives In Orpington On April 22nd – Shiozaki & Doug To Team Again!

    » As well as the Tag Team Gauntlet, where many new and current IPW:UK Tag Teams battle off for the chance to face IPW:UK Tag Team Champions at a later date, IPW:UK will be hosting a Tag Title match itself come April 22nd, as the NOAH connection revives in Orpington when Go Shiozaki and Doug Williams will team up once again, this time going for gold against none other than Swiss Money Holding!

    Shiozaki was last seen on English shores last August, and at IPW:UK Summer Sizzler he and Doug Williams teamed together in the main event against one of the best tag teams in the world, Jay and Mark, The Briscoes. Now, over half a year on, they will revive their team once again to take on another one of the world’s best tag teams, and this time, it’s for the IPW:UK Tag Team Titles!

    Swiss Money Holding were crowned IPW:UK Tag Team champions in December of 2006, defeating Dragon Phoenix and Bubblegum (subbing for the injured Spud) in Colchester, England. After then successfully defending the titles once on the soil of Germany, and once here in the Orpington Halls, against the real former tag team champion pairing of Dragon Phoenix and Spud. After that win, fans will have been convinced that SMH are indeed the real deal – but so are ‘The Anarchist’ and Shiozaki.

    » In addition to that, Atsushi Aoki, another Pro Wrestling NOAH star who will be coming to the UK with Shiozaki, is the latest and 10th entrant to that evening’s main event, the Battle Royale match itself! It should be remembered, that any champions who enter the Battle Royale match itself are at risk themselves – if they are thrown out of the match (and 29 people will be!), then the next month, May 20th at Royale Rewards, they must face whoever targets them and eliminates them successfully one-on-one (or two-on-two) for the gold!

    Other News:

    -- JC Thunder announced last night that next month at “Battle Royale", we will see the “JC THUNDER DVD RELEASE LAUNCH PARTY!". This special event, seemingly to mark the release of a JC Thunder DVD, is an occasion that all of the true greats of Thunder’s past have been invited too. Already invited (and declined, but we’ll ignore that) are:

    - Dr. Dirk Feelgood
    - Nurse Stephanie Scope
    - El Ligero
    - Vampiro
    - ‘The Showstealer’ Alex Shane
    and many many more!

    -- Thunder also confirmed his entrance in the Battle Royale match itself, taking the confirmed entrants now to ELEVEN (11)!

  • And the current card for “Battle Royale" on Sunday April 22nd 2007 is:

    The Battle Royale Over The Top Rope Rumble
    - Currently confirmed entrants: Pac, Jack Storm, Dave Moralez, Dan Head, Max Voltage, Sam Slam, Mad Man Manson, JP Monroe, Martin Stone, Atsushi Aoki, JC Thunder plus 19 further names to be announced!

    IPW:UK Tag Team Title Match
    - Swiss Money Holding (Ares/Marc Roudin) (c) vs. Pro Wrestling NOAH’s Go Shiozaki and IPW:UK’s newest permanent roster member, Doug Williams

    Tag Team Elimination Gauntlet
    - The Untouchables (Jack Storm/Dave Moralez) vs. Madder Than You (Mad Man Manson/JP Monroe) vs. Several Other Top British Tag Teams

    The JC Thunder DVD Launch Party
    - JC Thunder (w/ Blok Busta) launches his first ever DVD!

    And much much more in what is certain to be IPW:UK’s 1st celebratory event since capturing and closing the FWA! Your Master Of Ceremonies ‘Hardcore’ John Atkins, with referees Chris Hatch and Andy Quildan.

    -- IPW:UK present “Battle Royale", Sunday April 22nd 2007 at Orpington Halls, Orpington High Street, Orpington, Kent, England. Doors 5:00pm, show starts 5.30pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £20 all ages. Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

    -- IPW:UK also present “Royale Rewards", Sunday May 20th 2007 at Orpington Halls, Orpington High Street, Orpington, Kent, England. Doors 5:00pm, show starts 5.30pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £20 all ages. Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

    -- IPW:UK present Their Debut In Portsmouth, Hampshire, Sunday April 1st 2007 at The Mountbatten Centre, Alexandra Park, Twyford Avenue, Portsmouth, PO2 9QA. Doors 5:00pm, show starts 5.30pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£5 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £15 all ages, and students enter for just £5 with valid proof of study (NUS card, etc). Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

    -- IPW:UK also presents their debut at The Hayling Island Community Centre, Friday April 13th 2007 at The Hayling Island Community Centre, Hayling Park, Station Road, Hayling Island, Havant, Hampshire, PO11 0HB. Doors 6:45pm, show starts 7.00pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £15 all ages. Special STUDENT tickets just £5.00 a head! Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

    -- And IPW:UK also presents their debut at The Buckland Community Centre, Saturday April 14th 2007 at The Buckland Community Centre, Malins Road, Buckland, Portsmouth, Hampshire, PO2 7BL. Doors 6:45pm, show starts 7.00pm. Tickets £12 general admission (£6 children). Family ticket available for £30. Ringside £15 all ages. Special STUDENT tickets just £5.00 a head! Birthdays and Group Bookings now catered for specifically. For more information about IPW:UK, click here: or e-mail Daniel Edler:

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