NWA NORTH AMERICAN TITLE TOURNAMENT UPDATE
CHARLOTTE, NC: By virtue of the Sheik’s winning the NWA World Heavyweight title, the NWA Board of Directors vacated the NWA North American title. A tournament will be held throughout various locations in the NWA in the coming weeks and months to crown a new champion
KYLE MATTHEWS defeated CHIP DAY (replacing MIKE POSEY) on 5-13 at NWA Pro South Wrestling in Piedmont, AL to advance to the second round. Mike Posey forfeited his spot to fellow Jimmy Rave Approved team member, Day, when TNA iMPACT WRESTLING commitments created a schedule conflict.
SHAUN TEMPERS defeated CAPRICE COLEMAN on 5-14 at NWA Anarchy in Cornelia, GA to advance to the second round.
COREY HOLLIS defeated J ROD on 5-15 at NWA Rampage Pro Wrestling in Warner-Robins, GA to advance to the second round.
SECOND ROUND NWA NORTH AMERICAN TOURNAMENT MATCHES:
NWA CHATTANOOGA Soddy Daisy, TN 5-20-11
SHAUN TEMPERS – E Tennessee based Shaun Tempers is a 2 time NWA Anarchy Television Champion, 2 time NWA Wildside Tag Team Champion, 2 Time NWA Anarchy Television Champion, and 1 time Ultimate NWA Tag Team Champion.
COREY HOLLIS – Alabama based Corey Hollis is a 1 time NWA Tennessee Junior Heavyweight Champion and 1 time Ultimate NWA Tag Team Champion. He was selected by Pro Wrestling Illustrated Magazine as a Rookie of the Year Runner-up for 2010.
NWA ANARCHY Cornelia, GA 5-28-11
KYLE MATTHEWS – Georgia based Kyle Matthews won the Tim Woods Award as Best Technical Wrestler in Georgia in both 2009 & 2010. Matthews has been a regular performer in numerous NWA Promotions throughout the Southeast including NWA Anarchy, NWA Rampage Pro Wrestling, NWA Florida, Ultimate NWA, NWA In Chattanooga and recently completed a Japan tour with NWA Zero 1 Max.
ACE ROCKWELL – E Tennessee based Ace Rockwell is a 2 time NWA Wildside Tag Team Champion, 1 time NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Champion, 1 time NWA Anarchy Television Champion, 1 time NWA Anarchy Tag Team Champion, and the current NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion.
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NWA World Titles
NWA World Heavyweight Champion: The Sheik
Defeated Colt Cabana in Jacksonville, FL on 4-23-11
NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion: Craig Classic
Defeated Mike Quackenbush on 11-6-10 in Ft Pearce, FL
NWA World Tag Team Champions: Usual Suspects (Murder 1 & AJ Steele)
Defeated : Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis & Jon Davis) in Warner Robins, GA on 5-1
NWA World Womens Champion: Tasha Simone
Defeated Rachel on November 6, 2010 in Lebanon, TN
(La Reina de Corazones was stripped of title for two failures to defend)
NWA World Minis Champion: Octagoncito
Defeated El Espanito on September 20, 2009 in Watsonville, CA to become first champ.
NWA North American Titles (United States & Canada)
NWA North American Heavyweight Champion: Vacant
Previously, The Sheik defeated El Gran Apolo on Jan 30, 210 in Ft Pierce, FL
NWA North American Tag Team Champions: Brandon K & Scottie Gash
Defeated Crusher Hansen & James Ross on April 11, 2009 in McKeesport, PA to win title.
* Brandon K & Crusher Hansen had split up as a team.
* Each member got to pick a partner, and the winning team became the champions.
NWA National Titles (United States)
NWA National Heavyweight Champion: Chance Prophet
Defeated Phil Shatter [c] in Franklinville, NJ on February 19, 2011
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05/15/2011 – NWA Anarchy TV Taping Live Report for 5/14
From Larry Goodman:
NWA Anarchy ran their first TV taping under new ownership Saturday night at the NWA
Arena in Cornelia, Ga.
Outgoing owner Jerry Palmer officially passed the torch to Franklin Dove. As expected,
it was a seamless transition being that the creative team headed up by Bill Behrens
remains essentially in tact.
It was a top notch show in the ring with a more starpower than the typical Anarchy
taping over the last year. The NWA colors were flying high, featuring an appearance by
the new NWA World Tag Team Champions, a first round match in the tournament for
the NWA North American Championship and the return of TNA TV Champion and
former NWA National Champion Gunner to the building where he was the top dog.
With that said, for my money this night was about Caprice Coleman. He’s never
gotten a shot at the majors. Size must be the issue, because he’s got everything else
they could possibly ask for.
However, the attendance of 100 for the big restart after a five week layoff was a
disappointment. The Southern Nationals drag racing event in nearby Commerce was
cited as a factor. It was the same as what they drew May 15 last year with a lesser
card. The high profile appearances were added in the final weeks leading up to the
event and as far as I know, the Internet was the main mode of getting the word out. It’s
been proven time and time again that independent promotions can’t draw off the
internet, and my impression is that the internet does less for Anarchy than it does for
most indies. Whatever the reasons, it was shame not have more eyeballs viewing
what turned out to be quality show.
Clearly, the Palmer era ended on an incredibly high note at Hardcore Hell. In
hindsight, though, it strikes me that things were wrapped up too neatly.
Fans weren’t provided with compelling enough reasons to see the sequel. All of
villains major were vanquished. The babyfaces held all of the titles except the one
with the least import.
Fixable problems for sure, although not ones that were adequately addressed last
night. The babyface champions all went over strong in their first title defenses. I get
that. They were all brand new. But no heat was put on any of them. The crowd was hot
for the first hour but got deathly quiet during the second hour. On the plus side, two
matches where issues do exist were set up for May 28.
The show opened with the national anthem. It wouldn’t be an Anarchy event without
technical snafus. The audio didn’t work for the first half of it. The WrestleVision was
non-functional, so there were no backstage vignettes, etc.
(1) Gunner (Phil Shatter) beat Chris Mayne in a dark match at 6:37. The fans treated
Gunner like a conquering hero. And so it should be. He exudes total confidence in the
ring. Mayne was greeted with a “where’s your midget?” chant in reference to former
tag partner Aaron Lee. That period of Mayne’s career I would like to erase from my
memory. He’s much improved since his return from injury. It goes without saying that
with Gunner as the opponent, it was a thoroughly solid match. Mayne got a lot of
offense, but in the end, Gunner pinned him with the F5.
Palmer and Dove joined Gunner in the ring for a welcome home. Gunner did a hearty
Jim Duggan “Hooo!” with Palmer’s ax handle. Gunner thanked the Anarchy fans for
supporting him since his arrival in October 2006. Gunner said he started wrestling in
2001, but it was Anarchy that kick started his career. The fans responded with a thank
you chant. Shatter specifically credited Iceberg, Brodie Chase, Mikal Judas, Ace
Rockwell, Kimo, Truitt Fields, and Jeff G. Bailey for helping him. Gunner then thanked
Palmer for the opportunity, Dove for keeping the doors open and closed by thanking
Palmer officially introduced Dove as the new owner. He said Dove was Charlotte, the
home of the NWA, which couldn’t be a bad thing. He contrasted Dove’s clean living
lifestyle with his own, then presented Dove with an administrative assistant in the
form of a baseball bat.
That brought Jeff G. Bailey out. He said Palmer’s day was done and started sucking
up to Dove. He brought up how Dove was great fan of the Elite to the extent that he
had a personalized NWA Elite license plate (true). Dove listed off all the other
members of the Elite and said Bailey just leeched off of them. Dove spoke well and
came across like the ultimate nice guy. Bailey insisted that he made the Elite. Bailey
was disappointed in Dove, but he had had gift — The Usual Suspects (Murder One &
AJ Steele). The thugs from the Dark City entered proudly displaying their newly won
NWA World Tag Team Titles.
Dove said he also had a gift and introduced J.T. Talent as his new GM — an excellent
choice in my opinion. Talent is over with the fans and good talker whose mic skills
weren’t fully exploited during his run as an active competitor. He promised to make
Bailey’s life a living hell. Talent said Anarchy tag champs, Youth Gone Wild were the
obvious choice for the title shot, but he was giving it to New Wave. That popped the
crowd. Talent tried to shake hands with Murder One. He just stood there stroking his
chin – an awesome choice. Bailey started to leave, only to find that Suspects had
decided to shake hands with Talent and Dove after all. Bailey was terrific as usual. It
worked beautifully as a stand alone. After being humiliated at Hardcore Hell, the most
hated heel was foiled again. What didn’t make sense is that Bailey never showed his
face again. Surely at this juncture, he should be starting crap with somebody about
Andrew Alexander came out. They were pressing their luck at this point with a 20
minute talk segment. Alexander said he and Billy Buck needed a match with Hate
Junkies on May 28. Talent agreed and made it a falls count anywhere.
(2) Aden Chambers (with John Johnson) defeated Jacob Ashworth to retain the
NWA Anarchy Young Lion’s Championship in 11:41. Nice match. Good action and
they told a story. Ashworth got off to a fast start, using a dropkick and a sidewalk slam
for near falls. Chambers took liberties in the corner. Ashworth tossed him out, but
Chambers capitalized on Ashworth’s impatience. When Chambers did too much
arrogant lollygagging as he went up top, Ashworth ran up the ropes for an overhead
suplex. Both men down for a six count. Ashworth up and firing, then a power slam for
two. Chambers back with an enzuigiri and an STO for two. Ashworth blocked a
pedigree and hit Ashes To Ashes. That brought Johnson up to distract, allowing
Chambers to nail Ashworth with a DVD.
(3) Youth Gone Wild (Anthony Henry & Dustin Knight) beat Fabulous Blondes (Casey
Kage & Brian Rivers) to retain the NWA Anarchy Tag Team Championship in 9:41.
Kage had the quintessential platinum blonde hair and a great tan. A person with
knowledge of such things explained that Rivers’ hair color looked brassy because he
had not used the proper multi-stage process to achieve the look. Both Blondes have
good size. YWG hit a hot dive combo early. Blondes got heat on Knight. There was
nice exchange where Knight got Rivers in the crossface, and Rivers answered with
an armbar submission. Henry ran wild with the hot tag. YWG nailed each of the
Blondes with double enzuigiris. Knight pinned Rivers after their combo Go 2 Sleep,
which didn’t look all that great. Good match overall though.
(4) Shaun Tempers defeated Caprice Coleman to advance in the NWA North
American Title Tournament (13:51). This was the match of the night, featuring the top
performance of the night by Coleman. The guy has been wrestling for close to 15
years and he’s better than ever. He’s got a thicker, more chiseled physique and even
more amazing aerial skills than he did when he showed up in NWA Wildside in 2000,
and he can wrestle. They opened with a display of chain wrestling skills, which is
always a refreshing change at Anarchy. Tempers wasn’t faring well and wanted a TO.
Coleman wouldn’t let him have it. However, Tempers managed to take Coleman’s
knee out when he tried to fly. Not to be denied, Coleman came back with a
springboard leg lariat and an amazing springboard flying bodypress. Sin Cara has
nothing on him. With Tempers seated on the top turnbuckle, Coleman sprung from
the mat right into a super huracanrana. This reads like a one man show. Trust me, it
wasn’t. Tempers hung right with him and made a sturdy base for all the flying. I recall
thinking Tempers was a hopeless case when I first saw him on one of the Friday
night Wildside shows years ago. Like Gunner and Coleman, he’s a prime example of
what can be achieved by dedication to becoming a true professional. Tempers
blocked Thermal Shock. Coleman blocked the hangman’s neckbreaker and hit a
shining wizard. A timely side step by Tempers left Coleman seated on the top
turnbuckle. Tempers hit a a hanging hangman’s neckbreaker for the 1-2-3.
(5) Bo Newsom beat Skirra Corvus in 9:17. Technically, this was a fine match. What
was missing was the feeling of a true contest. The crowd wasn’t feeling it either. They
went through their pre-determined routine, which included way too many near falls.
Corvus kicked out of the Tiger Driver. Corvus then escaped from a super Tiger Driver
and brought Newsom off the top with a huracanrana –a really good move but it couldn’
t compare with what Coleman did in the previous match. Corvus ducked Newsom’s
springboard crossbody with one of his freaky double joined Matrix moves. As Corvus
came off the top, Newsom kicked him in the groin and scored the pinfall with a small
(6) Brodie Chase beat Shaun Tempers (with Bo Newsom) in 4 seconds to retain
the NWA Anarchy TV Championship. Before the match, Tempers did some hilarious
mic work. He said he was going to be the new NWA North American champ and titles
were like girls – one is great and two are even better. He said “Bro” Newsom only
cares about victory and everyone would soon be chanting about his small package.
As soon as bell rang, Chase cradled Tempers with a small package. Tempers
started going nuts and Chase did it again. This got over like gangbusters. It was the
highlight of the second hour. All three including referee Ken Wallace were
tremendous with timing and facial expressions.
(7) Kimo beat Stryknyn (with “Reverend” Dan Wilson) via DQ in 4:16. This was a
fresh, intriguing match up. Kimo unleashed the martial arts attack. Stryknyn
capitalized on Rev’s interference to take over. At one point, Stryknyn tossed his belt to
Rev so he could choke Kimo with it. Kimo had Stryknyn in the Tongan Death Grip
when he was attacked by Azrael. Kimo held his own until the numbers game was too
As Azrael was about to debilitate Kimo with the cutthroat tombstone piledriver,
Alexander ran out to make the save. Zero pop. It was weird. There’s a missing piece
as to Kimo’s status a babyface. He was Palmer’s ace in the hole. Now what?
Tim E. D. announced Azrael vs. Kimo for May 28.
(8) Shadow Jackson beat Jacoby Boykins (with John Johnson) to retain the NWA
Anarchy Heavyweight Championship in 10:28. OK match. No heat. Puzzling booking.
There was no rhyme or reason for Boykins getting a title shot. He hasn’t been
presented as a top tier guy. And if the purpose was to give Jackson a convincing win,
it shouldn’t have been a 10 minute match. It was like fans were just waiting for
Jackson to beat him, and they had to wait too long. Early on, Jackson was too crafty
for the big man, but Boykins was eventually able to impose his will with the power
moves. Boykins got the bear hug. Jackson started to hulk up and Boykins cut him off.
Jackson evaded two elbow drops and the hulk up was on in full effect. Johnson
jumped up to interfere. Jackson tomahawk chopped Johnson on the top of head.
Jackson used a stunner, but Boykins got a foot on the ropes. Jackson then blocked
Boykins’ finisher and hit the 1031 for the pin.
Steven Walters came out alone to face Usual Suspects. That brought Talent back out.
He said the other half of New Wave, Derrick Driver, was still an hour away, but the
promised title match would take place with Coleman as Walters’ partner.
(9) Usual Suspects (Murder One & AJ Steele) beat Steven Walters & Caprice
Coleman to retain the NWA World Tag Team Championship in 11:43. Crowd was
strangely subdued for such a good match. There obviously wasn’t going to be title
change with a substitute partner. The other thing was as badass as they are;
Suspects were babyfaced by not sticking with Bailey. I assume this was to done to
maintain consistency with their characters in RPW. From the opening bell, Coleman
and Walters were on fire. Coleman hit a spectacular springboard plancha on both
Suspects. They double teamed Steele, who answered with a massive double lariat.
Walters back took serious damage, as he was on the receiving end of a series of
impressive power from Steele. After a Walters enzuigiri, the tag was made setting up
more stellar work by Coleman. He hit the spin scissors kick on Steele, then teamed
up with Walters on the New Wave’s Double Vision move. Murder pulled Coleman out
and wasted him with a shot into the rail. Steele and Walters got their signal crossed,
and for a terrifying moment it appeared that Walters was going to land on his head
and wind up paralyzed. In the end, Murder One pinned Walters after Suspects hit a
glitchy version of the Violator 420. Crowd was deader than dead. It was an alarmingly
flat ending to the show.
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The website features pics & videos of Slim J, plus very soon fans will be able to purchase Slim J T-Shirts & DVDs
Slim J also create original music & beats that are available for purchase using paypal.
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NWA RAMPAGE PRO WRESTLING
May 29 – 2 pm
June 5 – 2 pm
June 19 – 2 pm
June 26 – 2 pm
July 10 – 2 pm
July 24 – 2 pm for Sizzlin’ Summer Bash III
August 7 – 2 pm
August 21 – 2 pm
Sept 4 – 2 pm for RPW’s Anniversary Show
Sept 18 – 2 pm
NWA Rampage Pro Wrestling Taping Results from May 15h 2011
By Daniel Lumm on Sunday, May 15, 2011 at 9:53pm
6-Way MatchAnthony Andrews vs Blaine Rage vs Gabriel Xavior vs “Marvelous” Michael Stevens vs Tigre Guerrero vs Drew Adler.
The match itself was off to a confusing start. It seemed like it would be 2 legal men and the rest would wait in the corners for a tag, but half the time no tags were made and the ones who entered were still counted as legal men. Newcomers to the RPW Roster include Gabriel Xavior and Tigre Guerrero. and both performed very well in their debut match for NWA Rampage Pro Wrestling. Both are Cruiserweight competitors and showed some very good ability in technical wrestling. In the end it was Tigre Guerrero who won by pinning Xavior .
Tigre Guerrero pins Gabriel Xavior at 8:45
Singles MatchBobby Moore vs Aaron Epic
Moore came into this as an obvious heel but Epic really didn’t receive much support from the crowd.
Bobby Moore pins Aaron Epic at 5:26
Bull Buchanon took time to talk about how he respected J-Rod for giving him enough title shots to prove he wouldn’t hide behind controversial rulings, and that he would give J-Rod the first call on getting a title shot. Rob Adonis came out and told Bull that he’s always ready for a title shot and that any time Bull needs an opponent, he’d be there. Bull went on to say that Adonis has been the one guy to get on his nerves and that he’d be willing to take Adonis on at any time, but made it clear that J-Rod is first.
Charlie Cash went on to hold a funeral for Doc Gayton’s career. Participants in this were Anthony Andrews (who Cash kept referring to as Anderson), Sal Rinauro, Rob Adonis, Bobby Moore, Shaun Banks, and Cru Jones. Most of them were given a chance to talk but “couldn’t muster the words” and particularly Shaun Banks had to kneel next to Doc’s picture and weep. Adonis went on to talk about how Doc kicked him out of RPW while he wasn’t even in attendance and his feud with Doc from then on. After the “mourning” they all ended up dancing around the rink with party poppers.
Tag Team Match – Qualifying Match in NWA RPW Tag Team Title Tournament
Hot Like Lava (Shaun Banks, Cru Jones) vs Caled Konley & Cedric Alexander
Konley and Alexander put up a good fight, but Banks and Jones have been developing their skills as a Tag Team intensely over the past couple of months. Hot Like Lava’s win in this match puts them one step closer to getting the NWA RPW Tag Team Titles.
Cru Jones pins Konley at 11:48
8-Man Tag Team Matchup
Jimmy Rave Approved (Jimmy Rave, Corey Hollis, Chip Day, Sal Rinauro) vs The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis, Kory Chavis) & The Usual Suspects (Murder One, AJ Steele)
The crowd had planned on seeing Mike Posey being on the team of Jimmy Rave instead of Sal, but he wasn’t in attendance for the event so Sal took his spot. For the first half of the match the Suspects and Fight Club were destroying their opponents one by one and seemed to be turning it into more of a game than a match. The tide turned in short bursts in favor of Jimmy Rave Approved. This match was one-sided for the most part, as both the current NWA World Tag Team Champions and the current ones were teaming together. In the end it was Murder One who ended the match by pinning Corey Hollis.
Murder One pins Corey Hollis at 15:27
Tag Team Match – Qualifying Match in NWA RPW Tag Team Title Tournament
Jeremy Vain & Sal Rinauro vs the Rampage Wrecking Crew (Kyle Matthews, Frankie Valentine)
Coming out from Memorial Mayhem, both Matthews and Valentine came up short in their matches against Jimmy Rave and Jeremy Vain. With Sal Rinauro turning his back on Kyle Matthews and Jeremy Vain stealing yet another win from Valentine, it was good for the fans to see the Wrecking Crew together again to take on both opponents together. Somers had accompanied Vain and Rinauro to the ring and got involved by attacking Valentine quite a bit while the referee wasn’t looking, but in the end the Wrecking Crew showed that they still had great tag team ability, and they have progressed in the Tag Team Tournament with Hot Like Lava.
Frankie Valentine pins Sal Rinauro at 12:55
Singles Match – Qualifying Match in NWA North American Title Tournament
Corey Hollis vs J-Rod
Corey Hollis is probably more known throughout the region and has held titles in other promotions as well as being the runner up for PWI’s Rookie of the Year in 2010. J-Rod is the currently the only Triple Crown Winner and the only all around champion (as he is the only one to have won both the debunked Cruiserweight and Intercontinental Titles in RPW). They were selected to represent NWA Rampage Pro Wrestling in the NWA North American Title Tournament and rightfully so. J-Rod had taken advantage of the match for a good time, but Jimmy Rave ended up making his way out to the ring with intentions of attacking J-Rod, but this plan back fired. J-Rod got to Rave and ended up making a fool out of him. In the end though Chip Day got in past the referee’s line of sight and delivered a strong kick to J-Rod, giving Hollis the victory.
Corey Hollis pins J-Rod at 7:43
Tag Team Match – For the NWA World Tag Team Titles
Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis, Kory Chavis) vs The Usual Suspects (Murder One, AJ Steele)
Unlike the past few matches between these two phenomenal teams, this one started really intense between the teams. Fight Club brought the fight to the Suspects before they even made it into the ring. Fight Club ended up pulling some dirtier tricks than what the crowd was used to from their other matches in NWA RPW’s ring, much like the tricks commonly used by Hot Like Lava. In the end, Hot Like Lava got involved again and distracted AJ Steele long enough for Fight Club to take control of the ring and catch Murder One alone. Dark City Fight Club took some time after the match to talk about how they won the titles back the same way they lost them, and that titles aside nobody has been able to push them to their limit like the Usual Suspects. Interestingly enough, after most of the fans had left there were a select few who remained behind chanting that they wanted to see the Fight Club again and they did actually come out and take some pictures. It seems this may be the last time in a long while that we see the Dark City Fight Club in RPW’s ring, but I’m sure most of the fans hope this isn’t true.
Jon Davis pins Murder One at 14:24
NWA PRO SOUTH WRESTLING
Shows every Friday 627 Southern Ave. Phoenix City, AL 36272
Heavyweight Champion: Brandon Collum
Tag Team Champions: Jimmy Rave Approved
All Out Champion: Tyler Gage
RESULTS from 5/13/2011
1 – SAVIN ROBERTS w/TYLER GAGE defeated DC MALONE
2 – SHAWN SEAGLE defeated GENE JACKSON
3 – ACE HAVEN & DC MALONE defeated TYLER GAGE & SAVIN ROBERTS
4 – KYLE MATTHEWS defeated CHIP DAY
5 – THE USUAL SUSPECTS defeated THUNDER & LIGHTNING to retain their NWA
WORLD Tag Team Championship
Mike Posey was originally scheduled to be Kyle Matthews’ opponent in a NWA North American Championship tournament match, but Posey was unable to make it to the event due to TNA commitments.
For more information on NWA ProSouth, go to:
NWA APW ROYSTON, GA
Watch NWA APW AFTERSHOCK at:
Latest episode at: http://www.youtube.com/alternativepro
APW has live events each Friday at the Cherry Street Gym in Royston, GA 8PM Belltime.
NWA Southern States Champion: ANTHONY HENRY
NWA North Georgia Champion: DUSTIN KNIGHT
APW Tag Team Champions: SUDDEN IMPACT (TOMMY DANIELS & JAMES BOULEVARD)
Other Featured APW Stars Include: “Unstoppable” SHADOW JACKSON, “The Official” JACOB ASHWORTH, “Wild” BILLY BUCK, SLIM J, “King” SETH DELAY, The Hate Junkies (STRYKNYN & DANY ONLY) KAREEN ABDUL JAMAR (SUGAR DUNKERTON), “Armed & Dangerous” (LANE VASSER & JOHNNY DANGEROUS), TOMMY CAPONE, “The Sin City Saint” BRANDON PARKER, “The 7 Foot Monster” CHAOS, “The Alabama Ambassador” JACOBY BOYKINS, ”The Hillside Heartthrob” MATT SELLS, “The Rage” RYAN MICHAELS, & “Manger of Champions” KEVIN
NWA SMOKY MOUNTAIN
East TN’s Championship Wrestling Alliance (www.championshipwrestlingtv.com) has joined the National Wrestling Alliance and will now be known as NWA Smoky Mountain… CWA Commissioner Robbie Cassidy made the announcement at last night’s Championship Wrestling TV Taping in Gray, TN.
The Championship Wrestling Alliance, based in the Tri-Cities area of Northeast TN, has presented top quality wrestling events for the last 7 years. Their television show, Championship Wrestling TV has aired consecutively in their home market for over 6 years. The show’s current timeslot is at Noon on Saturdays on Tri-Cities CW 4. The show is posted online at ChampionshipWrestlingTV.com every week and has been available in the past in national syndication via AMG-TV. The newly rechristened NWA Smoky Mountain will continue to tape television every Thursday Night in Morristown, TN at the National Guard Armory in addition to house shows throughout East TN.
NWA Smoky Mountain returns to Kingsport, TN on Saturday, May 21 at the Civic Auditorium (1551 Fort Henry Dr.). Following in the tradition of our predecessors, the Championship Wrestling Alliance, this event will be the 7th Annual Collision Course. Bell time 8:00 PM and doors open at 7:15.
Here is the card so far:
6 Man Grudge Match
Kingsport’s Hometown Icons
Beau James, Robbie Cassidy & Tony Givens Vs. Knights of the Round Table (Chris Richards, Jeff Baker & a Mystery Partner w/ Rob Knight)
NWA Smoky Mountain Title Match
“The Party Boy” Keith Knox (c) Vs. Kole Layton King w/ Ashlee Hope
The Return of John Hawkins
Why is he coming back and will he be alone?
Southern States Heavyweight Title Match
Frank “The Tank” Parker w/ James McHone vs. “Power House” Ray Idol
Top Contenders Tag Team Match
The Returning “Young Gun” Cody Ices & Richard Wellington Vs. Air AmericA (Skylar Kruze & Gavin Darring)
“The Truth will be Revealed?”
A series of videos have aired recently on NWA Smoky Mountain TV proclaiming that on May 21 that “The Truth will be Revealed?”… What is the truth?
Plus More featuring: Jeff Connelly, Lukas Angel, Scott Sterling and Many Surprises!
*Card Subject to Change*
Doors Open at 7:15 PM
Tickets are $12 Front Row; $10 General Admission
Advanced Front Row Tickets for $2 off at:
Ever More Comics & Games
1451 E Center St (Across the street and 1 block west of the Civic Auditorium)
Kingsport, TN 37664
Or online at www.NWASmokyMountain.com
www.nwachattanooga.com (DVD on sale now!)
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NWA PRO WRESTLING FUSION
3/19 Hatton, AL
NWA MAIN EVENT
Watch NWA Main Event’s latest TV episode at www.nwame.com.
New NWA Main Event TV EPS #16 THE LONELIEST NUMBER SINCE THE NUMBER ONE at http://www.nwame.com & http://www.blip.tv/file/4113227
Featuring: TRACY SMOTHERS & CHRISJEN HAYME VS TY BLADE & CHRIS CANYON
NWA MID-AMERICA HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION: WILL OWENS
NWA MID-AMERICA TV CHAMPION: VACANT
NWA MID-AMERICA TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: VACANT
NWA SOUTHERN CHAMPION: ACE ROCKWELL
NWA Main Event – http://www.nwame.com
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Main Event Wrestling School: We still have a few spots open and if you are interested in joining the NWA Main Event Wrestling School. You can get in touch with us through our web site http://www.nwame.com
OLD SCHOOL WESTLING SPRING FLING May 21
NWA MAIN EVENT 5-19-11
1056 East Trinity Lane
Belltime 8pm doors open at 7pm
Ringside $7 Gen admission $3
Three Big Grudge Matches
LT Falk vs Derek Neal
Otis Bass vs Psycho Medic
Steve O vs Anthony Wayne
Shawn Schultz vs Sebastian Stardust
Good Ole Boys Ox Harley/ Bully Douglas vs Dyron Flynn/Kaige Kutler
Don’t miss this great night of action!!!!!!!!!!!
NWA TOP ROPE NEWS
Every Saturday night in Lebanon, TN
NWA IN CHARLOTTE
NWA IN CALIFORNIA NEWS
Episodes of NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood is now online at www.nwahollywood.com
Collision Course 5
Saturday, May 14, 2011
Oceanside Boys & Girls Club
Due to circumstances beyond SoCal Pro Wrestling’s control, “A-Double” Austin Aries and “Radiant” Jason Redondo were unable to wrestle on the show. As a result, The card was slightly changed.
“Petty Officer” Ryan Stone with David E. Jones def. Pulpo Dorado
1) Johnny Yuma & Ryan Kidd with Eddie Randle def. Joey “The Bone” Barone & Johnny Paradise
2) SCP Tag Team Championship: 2 Skinny White Guys (Nick Lovin & Peter Avalon) def. Kid Caramba & Todd Chandler (c) to become the new SCP Tag Team Champions.
3) Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana def. “Mirror Image” Ricky Mandel
4) SoCal Crazy def. “Dangerous J” Jaysin Strife by submission.
5) Casket Match for the SCP Heavyweight Championship: “Mr. Megastar” Tommy Wilson (c) def. Hector “El Chido” Canales to retain the SCP Heavyweight Title.
Upcoming SCP Events
Friday, June 10, 2011 and Saturday, June 11, 2011 will be The 1st Annual SoCal Pro Tournament to be held in Escondido, CA. The SoCal Pro Tournament will feature sixteen wrestlers trying to advance and become the winner in this two-night event.
On July 16, 2011, SoCal Pro will return to the Oceanside Boys and Girls Club. A match already signed will be an Eight-Man Tag Team Match involving The Mirror Image Megastars (Tommy Wilson, Ricky Mandel, Nick Lovin and Peter Avalon) taking on SoCal Crazy and his three mystery partners.
For more information on these events, go to www.socalprowrestling.com
NWA Pro/ M1W
May 6, 2011
American Sports Center
Jarek Matthews d. Todd Chandler
Johnny Goodtime d. Saovi
Kyle Webb d. Luis Tapia
Willie Mack d. Eric Cross
Ridiculoso d. Mr. Biggz
Joey Ryan d. Brandon Parker
NWA Pro/Mach-1 Wrestling “Friday Fight Night” comes to you live this Friday from the American Sports Center at 1500 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805, with a bell time of 8:00PM. Doors open at 7:30. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for students w/ ID and children 12 and under. Tickets for the “Hall of Fame Cup” May 21st will be on sale at “Friday Fight Night”. $15 for adults, $10 for student’s w/ID and kids.
*Card subject to change
M1W info line: (714) 261-4861
May 14, 2011
- Carlo Cannon (VIC) became #1 contender for the EPW Championship after winning an Elimination Match including Mikey Nicholls, Jimmy Payne, Chris Vice, Dan Moore and Johnny Wimbledon
- Alex Kingston def. “Hollywood” Kiel Steria
- Adam Banks & Brett Foxx def. Hayden Zenith & Eddy Bombay
- Gavin McGavin def. Dorian
- EPW Hardcore Champion, “Shotgun” Tyler Jacobs def. Chase Griffin to retain the title
- AZ Vegara & Jay Taylor def. EPW Tag Team Champions, Team Allstar (Sebastian Sander & Michael Morleone) to become the new champions
- Jamie Jurah def. “Gorgeous” Garry Schmidt
- Davis Storm def. EPW Champion, Marcius Pitt to become the new champion
For more information on EPW Perth, go to:
NWA-TWE runs a wrestling show every other Saturday at
Total Wrestling Explosion Building
9256 HWY 12
McAdams, MS 39107
The next show is scheduled for Saturday May 21, 2011.
The doors open at 7:00pm (lately people are starting to arrive a 6:00pm) and the first match starts at 8:00pm.
May 23rd, 2011
TO BE ANNOUNCED
NWA SW NEWS
May 14, 2011
first match: Biohaxxxard vs. Brandon MacGreggor
winner by tapout: Biohaxxxard
second match: “The” Josh Jackson vs. Gurkha Singh
winner by pinfall: Josh Jackson
third match: “Textbook” Nolan Phillips vs. J.B. Sneaux
winner by pinfall: Nolan Phillips
fourth match: “Dirty” Dice Murdock vs. Joey Armstrong
winner by pinfall: Joey Armstrong
semi-main event: NWA SW/ PWF Heavyweight Title Match
“The Prodigy” Jastin Taylor [c] vs. Prince Diego
winner by pinfall: Jastin Taylor
Courtesy of the NWA SW/ PWF Facebook page.
For more information on PWF, go to:
For more information on NWA Southwest, go to:
For more information on NWA Southwest, go to:
VFW Post 8905
21902 Highway 290
Cypress, TX 77429
(on the north side of Highway 290 between the Huffmeister and Telge exits)
June 10, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
July 8, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
August 12, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
September 9, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
October 14, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
November 11, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
December 9, 2011 (Friday) pre show begins at 7:30pm
Call the NWA Houston hotline for more info: 832-628-NWAH (6924).
NWA Houston presents “Shut Up & Wrestle” results
Preshow – “Backdraft Chris Lee & Hambone defeated Mr. B and Gentleman
Jack, when Hambone pinned Jack.
1st match – Barbi Hayden def. Simply Luscious and Jen-Alise to retain
the NWA Houston Women’s Title. Luscious and Jen-Alise brawled on the
outside, earning their countouts.
2nd match – Jasper Davis pins David Stahr in under five minutes.
3rd match – “One Man” Mike Dell & Ryan Genesis defeat Impeccable (Ken
Carson & Joey Diamond) to become the new NWA Houston Tag Team
Champions. Following the match, Carson turned heel on Diamond.
4th match – “Benchmark” Silky Baines def Jaykus Plisken to retain the
NWA Houston Outlaw Championship.
5th match – Bolt Brady and ACH battled to a no-contest, when Mr. B came
out and laid out both guys with the NWA Houston Junior Heavyweight
Title. Brady retains the title as a result of the match being thrown
Main Event – Scot Summers def. Chaz Taylor to retain the NWA Houston
Championship. Taylor passed out while in a submission hold, and the
referee stopped the match.
Next NWA Houston event will be on June 10 in Cypress, Texas. Go to
http://NWAHouston.com for more info.
Champion is Dane Griffin 1 Jan 23, 2010 Amarillo, Texas Griffin defeated Carnage and Chad Thomas in a triple treat.
Read more: http://www.myspace.com/nwaoklahoma#ixzz11VhODQSI
May 27th, 2011 – Surrey
ECCW returns to the Bridgeview Hall in Surrey on Friday night, May 27th, 2011!
June 4th, 2011 – Vancouver
ECCW returns to the Russian Community Centre in Vancouver on Saturday night, June 4th, 2011!
June 24th, 2011 – Surrey
ECCW returns to the Bridgeview Hall in Surrey on Friday night, June 24th, 2011!
July 16th, 2011 – Vancouver
ECCW returns to the Russian Community Centre in Vancouver on Saturday night, July 16th, 2011!
July 29th, 2011 – Surrey
ECCW returns to the Bridgeview Hall in Surrey on Friday night, July 29th, 2011!
NWA BREW CITY
May 21: Labor Temple Hall, 318 3rd Ave. Wausau, WI.
Bell time 7:00pm, doors open at 6:00pm and tickets are $10.
NWA MIDWEST HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
“Monster of the Midwest”
Sadist (C) -vs- Dysfunction
Matt Winchester -vs- “Psycho” Chase McCoy w/JP
Plus…3 more FAN-tabulous bouts.
NWA Midwest/ Metro Pro Wrestling
May 7, 2011 RESULTS
Lawrence Community Center
- NWA Central States Qualifier Match – Tyler Cook (c) defeated Jimmy Rockwell
- NWA Central States Qualifier Match – Mark Sterling defeated #1 Brett Young
- NWA Central States Qualifier Match – Jaysin Strife defeated Domino Rivera
- NWA Central States Qualifier Match – Jeremy Wyatt defeated Pete Madden
- Bodyslam Match – Mad Dog McDowell slammed Bull Schmitt
- – NWA Central States Four-Way Elimination Match – Jeremy Wyatt pinned Tyler Cook to become the new NWA Central States Champion
- Hardcore Match – Pete Madden defeated OuttKast
- Trevor Murdock defeated Domino Rivera
- Metro Pro TV Title Match: Derek Stone (c) defeated Michael Strider
For more information on MPW, go to:
For more information on NWA Midwest, go to:
Saturday May 21st
Friday June 10th
Saturday July 2nd SSE
Saturday July 23rd
Saturday August 13th
Saturday September 3rd
Saturday September 24th Ann.
Friday October 14th
Saturday November 5th
Saturday December 17th
NWA Coastal Presents . . .
Barnegat High School
Friday, May 27th – 7:30 PM (doors open at 7).
See the exciting stars of NWA Coastal, highlighted by an NWA National Title defense as Champion Chance Prophet is challenged by the former WWE, TNA and ECW Superstar Axl Rotten. NWA National Chance Prophet has been on a roll since winning the title from Phil Shatter (aka TNA’s Gunner). However, Prophet will have his biggest challenge on May 27th, as he has to defend his title in a Taped Fist Dog Collar Match that will go One Fall to a Finish!
Athletic Director John Germano will wrestle a Mystery Opponent!
The stunning Ladies of NWA Coastal face-off as the Vivacious Kimber Lee takes on Tough Kacee Carlisle.
The very popular Midnight Sensations tag team will clash with the International team of Canadian Tommy Force and English star Geoffrey Bravo, managed by the mastermind known as Jaden.
Making his return to the Jersey Shore after an 11-year absence, “Wacky” Wayne Woo faces off against the unpredictable Johnny Calzone.
In a battle of young lions, the popular Ryan Blackheart takes on the very tough Alex Payne.
Middle Eastern Maniac Modar Assad, managed by Jaden squares off against All American Superstar Sergeant Dan Gleason in a Flag on a Pole match!
In a NWA Coastal semi-final match for the NWA “Iron Man” Championship, the rugged Johnny Fearless will square off against “Il Capo” Jason Gotti, who will have his manager Millionaire John II in his corner. Millionaire John is forming a new organization called The Boardwalk Mafia, and is looking to add to his stable, perhaps even that evening.
Also appearing that evening: ECW Original “Iron Man” Tommy Cairo, NWA Senior official Fred Richards, Phil Varlese, Daisy, and the entire staff of NWA Coastal.
Doors open at 7 pm, with a 7:30 bell time. Tickets are $15 general admission for adults, and $10 for students. Children under 10 years of age will be admitted free in the company of a parent or guardian (limit of 2 per family). Tickets may be purchased in advance at Barnegat High School, and now through the event page at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/175008
For more info, call 732-604-9927.
Doghouse Xtreme joins NWA
New York, NY – 05/03/11 – They were considered by many to be the greatest indy to ever come out of New York.
And now May 20th 2011 at Brooklyn Technical High School – the legendary Doghouse is back as an active promotion.
It was announced today that Doghouse Xtreme Wrestling will partner with the National Wrestling Alliance (“NWA”) in promoting the best in professional wrestling in New York City. The company will run the New York City Territory and be known as NWA-Doghouse. The Doghouse was founded by Bobby Lombardi and gave rise to stars such as Homicide, Laython-The Tower of Torture, Low Ki, Grim Reefer, Papadon, J-Train ( Julius Smokes ) and countless others.
The NWA is the oldest professional wrestling organization in the world with member promotions in all parts of the world. It is currently headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Executive Director of the NWA is Robert K. Trobich. NWA news can be found at www.nwawrestling.com .
Upcoming cards will be announced shortly. NWA Doghouse will be presenting some of the hardest hitting action ever to be seen in the Tri-State area. Visit us at facebook.com/doghousextremewrestling
Don’t you dare miss it.
Evan Ginzburg is the publicist for NWA-Doghouse. He is the host of Legends Radio and was Associate Producer and appeared as himself in the film The Wrestler. He will be appearing in a commissioner role with the organization. Visit www.legendsradio.net for upcoming interviews with Doghouse stars.
FRIDAY, MAY 20th 2011 – 5PM
Doghouse Xtreme Wrestling and
HOMECOMING 2011 as both the DOGHOUSE and NWA return to NYC!!!!
Brooklyn Technical High School
29 Ft. Greene Place, Brooklyn NY
This show is CLOSED to the GENERAL PUBLIC
This show is a FUNDRAISER for the BTHS ATHLETIC DEPT.
3 National Wrestling Alliance Sanctioned Title Matchesand a SHOW FULL of XTREME MAIN EVENT MATCHES!!
NWA-DOGHOUSE TITLE MATCH
The GREEK GOD PAPADON takes on the TOWER of TORTURE
NWA-DOGHOUSE URBAN LEGEND TITLE MATCH
The B.Q.E.â€™s Grim Reefer takes on Earl Cooter w Candy Cartwright
and In a GRUDGE MATCH of MAMMOTH PROPORTIONS
The BQE’s J-Lover takes on J-TRAIN aka Julius Smokes
In The GO FOR IT ALL BROOKLYN TECH BRAWLâ€
A DOGHOUSE XTREME Tag Team Invitational Extravaganza as ANY DOGHOUSE TAG TEAM That’s in the building can enter the ring at any time for the right to be called
The NWA-DOGHOUSE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!
Teams already entered, The La Parkas, TT Quick & Justin Toxic, The Elm Street Kidz, The Flesheaters, The Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz, All Money Is Legal, and more
The Doghouse Xtreme Wrestling Alpha Dog
Dog Collar Championship-Bison Bravado
Calls out The B.Q.E’s Frankie Starz
And The DOGHOUSE ORIGINAL Hardcore Legend LowLife Louie Ramos
to prove himself one more time Frankie Starz has said he’s coming for blood
but Will Low Life Louie accept the challenge and come out of retirement?
NWA-Doghouse Invites you to a special ceremony as
Commissioner Evan Ginzburg pays homage to
LIWF Doghouse Owner Bobby Lombardi and
LIWF Doghouse Head Trainer – The Tower of Torture.
A 3 Way Dance
Greatness vs Pinky Sanchez vs Mel Sanchez
DVS vs Sonny Black
A Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell Match
Mr. Gay Pride Brandon Resto takes on Pvt. Forest Bump
THE WOMEN of WSU !
Will Buff-E of the CSC Show up?!?!? He says he has something he needs to get off his chest¦ what could THAT be?
Rick Silver , Foo Foo , Kristi Kiss , Tracii Taylor, Eric Draven, The Wrecking Crew- Wrecka, Lucifer, Manslaughter ,- Penny Dreadful, ExStacy, Shannon Hunter,
Shao-Lin, Smoked Out, as well as many more surprises!!¦
And, last, but not least
The NEW VOICE of Doghouse Xtreme Mr. Orlando Perez
But will MO LOVE have something to say about that
**Card Subject to Change**
NWA DAWG POUND
NWA ON FIRE
May 21 – Meltdown
June 18 – Meltdown
July 16 – Meltdown
August 20 – Meltdown
September 17 – Meltdown
October 1 – King of Mid Atlantic Tournament
October 15 – Meltdown
November 12 – Meltdown
December 10 – Meltdown
View the Promo for Shanghai Showdown V here: http://www.vimeo.com/22065840
NWA All Star Wrestling
NWA MOUNTAIN STATE
NWA DAKOTA PRO WRESTLING
May 14, 2011
As the Source crew rolled into Centre81 in Whitecrook, Clydebank, the roster was in chaos as champion Glen Dunbar used every trick in the book to make sure that the roster knew he was the man to beat.
Issuing an open challenge, Dunbar ranted about his seven month reign as T-Division champion and how he was still shown no respect for his efforts and dedication. That he and his Forsaken friends were at the end of their tether and he would issue his open challenge to prove he was the best of the best. The guest host of the night, Clydebanks own ‘Raging Bull’ Barry Miller, brought out his opponent – an unstable element Dunbar wasn’t able to prepare for; the latest Source Wrestling School graduate Christopher Saynt!
Surprising Dunbar with his fast paced energy and bizarre style, Saynt bamboozled the champ throughout the match until he surprised Dunbar with a crossface, forcing the champ to tap out. Unfortunately the Forsaken had the referee distracted and the numbers game came into play. Despite Saynt trying to eliminate Walker and Helo at ringside, Jam O’Malley surprised Saynt by joining the group, delivering a cane shot to Saynt and allowing Dunbar enough time to frog splash Saynt for the win.
And The Forsakens night didn’t end there. During the Ultimate Survival Scramble to crown a third entrant to the main event triple threat, Jamie Walker and Helo made their presence known, struggling through the competition.
The match started with Duncan Townson, another new graduate from the Source Wrestling School, and Jamie Walker tying up, but despite Townson getting an advantage early on, Helo stormed the ring to assist his tag partner in taking Townson down. With Scott Renwick, Mark Anthony and the Bomb adding more elements of chaos, particularly with the Bomb destroying everyone in his path and eliminating Walker, Helo was left alone to fight through the win but as Glen Dunbar resurfaced as the last entrant, the mood changed. Quickly eliminating Crazy Craig Byers, Dunbar and Helo teamed up to take out Townson and the two allies were left standing.
In the interest of fairness, Helo was defeated in a tense game of ‘Rock, Paper, Scissors’ giving Dunbar the win. It was then that Barry Miller announced that Dunbar would now have to face both Andy Anderson and Dicky Divers in the next match… and to the crowds delight, thats when Dunbars luck ran out!
With three men now fighting to be known as the Best of the Best in Source and earn the right to be ‘Mr Main Event’, there was no holding back! Andy Anderson gave everything he had, throwing every move he could think of both on the mat and from the ropes, including his picture perfect Surprise Package knee smash, while Dicky Divers – as always – was turned up to eleven with his fun loving style and dazzling array of moves, but at every corner the Forsaken was at ringside to even the odds.
As the action was at it’s peak, Dunbar tossed Anderson out to ringside to receive a beating from the Forsaken, but to the crowds delight Christpher Saynt ran out from the back to even the odds to help the referee clear ringside. But as the ref’s back was turned, O’Malley was ready with Citezen Cane once again. But this time, as he thrust it towards Divers, the plucky contender ducked and let O’Malley knock out Dunbar instead, giving Divers the chance to hit his swanton and pick up the win!
Former NWA Scottish Champion Scott Renwick had an interesting night as he found a new enemy in Mark Anthony. With both men fighting with a chip on their shoulder, each man found themselves unwilling to quit with Anthony determined to send a message to Joe Coffey that he was no pushover – a point he proved by taking the former Champion of Scotland to the brink – and Renwick determined to climb the ranks to once again become the champion.
Anthony was able to prove he was not an easy man to beat, with several near falls and even a kickout from Renwicks finisher, but in the end Renwick was able to gain the winning pinfall. But Anthoy wasn’t finished yet…
Later in the night, both men entered the Ultimate Survival but as Anthony entered, he instantly targeting and eliminated Renwick leading to them both brawling to the back. It’s safe to say, both men might have found a new grudge to add to their ever growing list of upset!
In womens action, Vyper and Kirsty Love engaged in a rematch from Love’s debut earlier in the year but this time Love found herself a victim to Vyper’s power and found herself on the losing end! And in chaotic cruiserweight tag action, Black Samurai Junior & Crazy Craig Byers gained a win over Lewis Girvan & Ricky Gibson in a friendly contest that was filled with high flying moves and excitement!
Source Wrestling would like to thank everyone in attendance who supported our first trip to Centre81. We’ll be back in Clydebank this August, with our next event in Johnstone’s ‘The Club’ on Saturday May 27th!
- ‘The Butcher’ Scott Renwick defeated Mark Anthony
- Vyper defeated Kirsty Love
- Glen Dunbar defeated Christopher Saynt to retain the T-Division Championship
- Crazy Craig Byers & Black Samurai Junior defeated Lewis Girvan & Ricky Gibson
- Glen Dunbar won the Ultimate Survival involving Helo, Duncan Townson, Craig Byers, The Bomb, Mark Anthony, Scott Renwick & Jamie Walker.
- Dicky Divers defeated Glen Dunbar & Andy Anderson in the Mr Main Event triple threat.
For more information on NWA Scotland/ SWA, go to: