CHARLOTTE, NC: The NWA has been informed that The Sheik has pulled out of his scheduled title defense on July 31st at the Ohio St. Fair against 3-time champion Adam Pearce. It is not clear at this time as to the reasons behind The Sheik’s refusal to go through with this bout. The NWA first received an inkling of the issue when it was noted that the long-awaited showdown was no longer on The Sheik’s calendar. When contacted, The Sheik’s camp confirmed that he would not be appearing for the eagerly-anticipated battle.
Faced with this refusal, the NWA Board of Directors held an emergency teleconference, with the result being that The Sheik has been stripped of the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, effective immediately. “This is not something the NWA does lightly”, said Executive Director, Robert K… Trobich. “We prefer that the title be settled in the ring”.
The vacant title will be filled by the new main event for the July 31st show: A three-way match between the man who was promised the shot, 3-Time Champ, Scrap Iron Adam Pearce, and the holders of the two other most prestigious belts in the NWA, National Champion, Chance Prophet, and North American Champion, Shaun Tempers!
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UK interview www.totalwrestlingshow.com/interviews/BillBehrens.mp3
Phoning It In Interview http://www.georgiawrestlinghistory.com/news-notes/2011/07/11/32.html
NWA AT THE OHIO STATE FAIR
SUNDAY 7/31 3PM
NWA WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH
3 TIME NWA CHAMPION NWA NATIONAL CHAMPION NWA NORTH AMERICAN CHAMPION
ADAM PEARCE VS CHANCE PROPHET VS SHAUN TEMPERS
BATTLE OF FORMER WWE STARS
CLIFF COMPTON VS MIKE MONDO
(WWE’s DOMINO) (WWE’s “SPIRIT SQUAD” MIKEY)
NWA SOUTHERN HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
(TNA/ROH’s) JIMMY RAVE VS ACE ROCKWELL (C)
(Former NWA World Jr
NWA NORTH AMERICAN TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
USUAL SUSPECTS VS TEAM MEGA (c)
(MURDER 1 & AJ STEELE w/Doc Gayton)(JAMES ROSS & ASHTON AMHERST)
(Former NWA World Tag Champions)
OHIO VALLEY WRESTLING CHALLENGE
ALI VS PARADYSE
OHIO VALLEY WRESTLING TAG TEAM CHALLENGE
ADAM REVOLVER & TED MCNALER (THE ELITE)
RUDY SWITCHBLADE & JAMIN OLIVENCIA
WAR/OCW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION CHALLENGE
KADEN ASSAD (WAR) VS “POISON” APPOLLO STARR (OCW)
OHIO WRESTLING ALLIANCE TV TITLE MATCH
“NIGHTMARE” JIMMY LEE VS “ROCK ROLLER” IZZY LAMBERT
SWI WRESTLING CHALLENGE
“THE PRODIGY” ERIC FALLEN VS ORLANDO SAVAGE
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NWA World Titles
NWA World Heavyweight Champion: VACANT
Sheik stripped of Title on7-11-11
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 5-15-11
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: Shaun Tempers
Defeated Ace Rockwell in Tournament final on 6-25-11 in Cornelia, GA
NWA North American Tag Team Champions: Team Mega: James Ross & Ashton Amherst
Defeated Excellence Personified (Brandon K & Scottie Gash) 5-22-11 in McKeesport, PA
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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07/10/2011 – NWA Anarchy TV Taping Live Report for 7/9
From Larry Goodman:
In a number of ways, the July 9 NWA Anarchy television taping was the polar opposite
of the one two weeks earlier.
After a slow start, the June 25 taping gradually built to a peak with the Shaun
Tempers/Ace Rockwell NWA Title Tournament Final, a match-of-the-year candidate.
Last night, Anarchy picked up where they left off with a strong first hour, before
faltering badly in hour number two.
Attendance was up to 110, the best they’ve done since Franklin Dove took ownership
in April, but except in a few specific spots, the show lacked for heat. This crowd wasn’t
a rabid group to begin with and they seemed to wilt in the face of the sweltering
conditions inside the NWA Arena.
It was one of those nights when Anarchy’s best laid plans were partially undone by a
lack of starpower. For reasons beyond booker Bill Behrens’ control, he was unable to
deliver one of the advertised main events (Se7en vs. Kimo).
Dove opened by introducing a new gimmick – dinner with an Anarchy superstar to the
lucky winning fan. The first volunteer on the roster was a very casually dressed Steven
Walters. A budding superstar should never, ever appear in front of the people wearing
flip flops. He looked like a guy right out of the bleachers. Walters engaged in some
light-hearted banter with Dove and the crowd.
The TV taping got underway with a highly entertaining promo by new NWA North
American Champion “The Temptation” Shaun Tempers, who said he had taken his
act to a higher level of greatness by winning the title. Tempers said his scheduled
opponent, Walters, had nothing on “The Temptation”. Tempers welcomed his
returning lackey “Bro” Newsom. Tempers said he sent Newsom to Myrtle Beach with
a case of his Temptation spray, and Newsom came back with a handful of future child
support cases. Tempers said he was upping the ante in Newsom’s “Small Package
Challenge” by 10%, which would make it worth around $32, and changing the name
to “Bo Newsom’s Surprise Small Package Challenge”.
“Reverend” Dan Wilson entered with Azrael. Reverend stated how proud he was of
Tempers’ progress, pointing out that he was now #2 in the world. Reverend said that
last time, he proved he was still the best play-by-play announcer in pro wrestling and
tonight, Azrael was going to take care of that heretic Skirra Corvus.
(1) Azrael (with The Rev) defeated Skirra Corvus in 6:30. A very good match and
another demonstration in why Azrael is the most underrated and underappreciated in
ring talent in the state of Georgia. He has a way of making his matches look out of the
ordinary. They pulled off a number of inventive sequences. Azrael took a high speed
flip bump on missed cannonball splash that was absolute perfection. Corvus made
the mistake of trading strikes with Azrael. When will they ever learn? Corvus used
Poetry in Motion and his super flexible variation on Cattle Mutilation. Corvus made a
move for the Rev, who ran away, giving Azrael time to recover. Azrael nailed Corvus as
he came off the top and beat him clean with a cutthroat piledriver.
(2) The Ambassadors (Jacoby Boykins & Chris Mayne with John Johnson) beat C.
B. Gibson & Tommy Daniels. Gibson worked the lion’s share for his team. Like
Dustin Knight, he’s a guy with great babyface potential if only he had some size.
There’s a weird element of Thunderbolt Patterson in Gibson’s mojo. Ambassadors
are seriously looking like a force to be reckoned with. Gibson took a beating and
ended up with a bloody nose. Gibson hit a cool variation of the tornado DDT, but
Boykins ensured that Daniels was unavailable for the tag. Ambassadors pinned
Gibson with Done Deal, which is a vicious powerbomb/backcracker combo. They
celebrated with excess attitude and got big time heat for it.
Attorney/Agent Jeff G. Bailey entered the ring with the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Title
on his shoulder. Bailey couldn’t have gotten that nose of his any higher in the air if he
tried. Bailey has the creative juices flowing full force as this made two great promos in
a row. For starters, Bailey said it was a great week for defense attorneys, and sent a
shout out to his colleagues in Orlando. He compared hs monster of the moment,
NWA Anarchy Champion “The Deadly Sin” Se7en to a lion picking the bones of former
champion Shadow Jackson. “A lion cares nothing for the bleeding of a sheep.” Bailey
accused Dove and GM JT Talent of conspiring against him by signing Kimo to face
Se7en, but Kimo wasn’t there. “Those two couldn’t run a bath, let alone a wrestling
show.” Bailey then addressed the elephant in the room, Mikal Judas. “Why would I be
surprised by the betrayal of a man named Judas?” It was to be expected that one of
the greatest wrestlers ever to set foot in the building, a legendary member of the NWA
Elite, would want the Anarchy Heavyweight Championship. Bailey advised Judas to
wear his sunglasses because those lights would be bright when he was lying on his
back. Why Anarchy went through a phase of watering down the presentation with a
multitude of managerial types when they had two great ones in Bailey and the
Reverend is something I’ll never understand.
(3) Jacob Ashworth defeated Ty Tyson to retain the NWA Anarchy Young Lion’s
Championship in 8:45. They had some messed up spots, but I enjoyed this match
because it was different, worked in a methodical style, like something out of the 70s
or 80s. Ashworth has gained a lot of popularity at the NWA Arena, so I was surprised
the crowd wasn’t more behind him, but it was one of those nights. Ashworth
controlled the action with headlock, building to a running bulldog for a near fall. Tyson
took over with a hotshot and immediately grounded Ashworth with a sleeper. Tyson
opened up his attack, but Ashworth made him miss charging in and scored a roll up
two count, only to be cut off by a leg lariat for a near fall. Tyson with European
uppercuts. Ashworth back with La Magistral cradle for a two count. Tyson countered
Ashworth’s finisher with a suplex cutter, and Ashworth got a foot on the ropes. After a
botched spot, Tyson again went for the cutter, and Ashworth reversed into Ashes to
Ashes (elevated full nelson face plant) for the pin.
(4) Mikal Judas & Billy Buck beat Andrew Pendleton III & Bryan Cassanova. Crowd
was hot for this. The place went nuts when Judas appeared as Buck’s surprise
partner (replacing the injured Adrian Hawkins). There’s no mistaking the presence of
a true superstar. It’s a mixed blessing in the sense that Judas is such a difficult act to
follow. Pendleton and Cassanova cowered in his wake. Buck tore into Pendleton.
Cassanova jumped Buck from behind and got smoked by Judas. The heels got heat
on Buck. Pendleton told Cassanova to earn his money. The hot tag led to total
destruction by Judas. He chokeslammed Pendleton from the heavens and launched
him with El Crucifjio. Cassanova recoiled from the chokeslam and walked right into
Buck’s superkick. Beautifully done.
(5) Brodie Chase retained the NWA Anarchy TV Title over Jeff Lewis in 8:30 via
decision reversal. This match received surprisingly little reaction. The crowd barely
got behind Chase, nor was there an abundance of shock or outrage regarding the
title change, or the manner in which it took place. Chase did nasty things to Lewis’
wrist. Lewis heeled. When Chase made his comeback, some of the spots looked like
slow motion. They traded near falls with nobody much caring. Chase pulled the
straps down. Lewis begged for mercy. Chase waded in and Lewis pinned him with
his feet on the ropes. I totally missed the reversal of the decision here.
Afterward, Lewis attacked Chase. Johnny Dangerous tried to make a save, and Lewis
punked him out. Lewis then decked referee Ken Wallace and nailed Chase with a
(6) Skirra Corvus won a nine man Mega Rumble to earn a title match of his
choosing (13:34). Bill Behrens excels at booking Mega Rumbles, using them as a
vehicle to advance multiple storylines with compelling, uncluttered action. This one
sucked. The talent usually presented in the best light, which certainly was not the
case this time around. First four in were the debuting Dick Wilson, Gibson, Mayne and
Daniels. Boykins entered and ran roughshod. Gibson took a rude bump when
Boykins gave him the heave ho. Daniels wasn’t far behind. Ambassadors killed
Wilson dead with Done Deal. Dangerous entered by attempting to land a 360 on his
feet and fell on his ass. The guy is snake bit. He got punked out 2 against one. Lane
Vasser evened the odds. He’s got the look and physique to die for, but his ringwork
isn’t advancing much at all. It may be going in the wrong direction. Vasser eliminated
Mayne out with a forearm shot. Newsom entered and immediately pinned the
hapless Dangerous with the small package. Boykins speared Vasser off the apron.
Corvus was the final entrant. He was cleaning Bo’s clock until Boykins cut him off.
The heels tried to double on Corvus. A miscue saw Bo eliminate Boykins. Corvus
kicked out of Newom’s spinebuster and won it with the Grayeyard Shift.
(7) Shaun Tempers defeated Steven Walters to retain the NWA North American
Championship in 15:12. They had a good match but you would have never known it by
the crowd reaction. Right off the bat, Walters tweaked his knee, and was robbed of
much of his mobility and explosiveness. When Tempers took a TO, Walters hit a great
tope, but it barely moved the needle with this crowd. Tempers softened Walters up,
first attacking his air supply and then his neck. Walters’ selling was spot on, but this
was a slower, more tactical match, and apparently not what fans wanted to see.
Tempers unleashed some classic forearm smashes. A burst of offense from Walters
led to a flying lariat and a flying body press.for near falls. Walters kicked out of a
bridging northern light suplex and fought off the hangman’s neckbreaker and the
cobra clutch. However, Tempers blocked Walters’ backslide and hit the hangman’s
neckbreaker for the pin.
The title match had not been introduced as “your main event of the evening”, and fans
were clearly expecting more, like perhaps a confrontation involving Judas and Se7en.
Instead of heading for the exits, the people stayed glued to their seats and announcer
Tim E. D had to prompt them that the show was over, and wow, was that ever a
deflating way to end the evening.
NWA RAMPAGE PRO WRESTLING
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 Results 7/10/2011 : Sizzlin’ and Ready for the Bash
.by Daniel Lee Lumm:
Ben Masters got on the microphone and informed the live crowd that the Teletron would be used today to show Doc’s announcements for Sizzlin’ Summer Bash since he was away with other duties. He stated that this way the fans of the audience would be the first to know since it will be shown before the televised event and this way they’ll get the information “before the Kyd”.
AJ Steele came out for an autograph signing after Masters finished. He ended up walking around the front row and was speaking with someone when Hot Like Lava attacked him. Murder One came to his aid soon after and a huge brawl broke out, prompting referees and eventually the entire roster (out of character, seemingly) to come out to break up the fight. They seemed pretty bent on fighting each other, often looking for ways to get around the people trying to break them up.
Ben Masters came back out to hype the crowd like what he’s well-known to the RPW crowd for. He then informed us that the show will be kicked off by a loyal fan by the name of Ricky Taylor (correct my spelling if it’s wrong please). Ricky was given the microphone and started the event off with the introduction to Miss Allie.
Getting Down to Business
Miss Allie gets in the ring and tells the fans that Doc Gayton has an announcement to make before the action gets underway. The teletron flashed from the traditional camera angle of the ring to a recording of Doc Gayton sitting at his desk to cut a promo. Doc informed the fans that his reason for returning after Rob Adonis ended his career was the amount of carnage that ensued with Sal Rinauro joining Jimmy Rave and how the “Inmates were running the Asylum”. He then announced that Kyle Matthews will go One on One with Jimmy Rave at this year’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, The Usual Suspects will get a shot at Hot Like Lava’s Tag Team Titles, and that Jeremy Vain will be defending his Television Title. He then finishes his promo by stating that since the 4-Way Elimination Match was so successful for last year’s Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, that another one would be held this year under Rampage Rules (similar to Luchador Tag Rules). With that the teletron reverted to the usual camera centered on the ring and the referee started his way to the ring.
Anthony Andrews vs Lance Christian
Referee: Stan Robinson
Andrews starts with numerous failed grapple attempts over Lance. Lance ended up holding control of the match for about two solid minutes until Andrews took control and locked in a Chin Lock after he failed to gain a pinfall. Andrews then started using an arsenal of illegal choke holds promoting the referee to make numerous counts against him. Shortly after another Chin Lock, Lance regains control at about the 5 minute mark just for Andrews to quickly regain the upper hand. The match continues with Andrews using various choke holds and slams with Lance occasionally getting a short-lived advantage. Lance gains advantage again about 7 and a half minutes in with some kicks followed by a slam. After a failed pin attempt by Lance, Andrews grabs his trophy and aims to hit Lance. Lance grabs the trophy from Andrews, prompting Referee Stan Robinson to take it from him. During this time, Andrews takes advantage by quickly rolling up Lance for the 3-Count. After the match Andrews went celebrating and antagonized the security guard, Chris Jacobs, until he started to chase Andrews around and through the ring. “Marvelous” Michael Stevens rushed out to get Jacobs under control.
Result: Anthony Andrews wins via Pinfall at 8:42
Corey Hollis vs Jimmy Da Kid
Referee: Dustin Robinson
This match started very technical with both competitors continuously attempting holds on one another while countering the holds of the other. Jimmy ends up getting the upper hand with a standing Wrist Lock and ends up landing an Arm Drag on Hollis. Hollis comes back with a Suplex, but Jimmy quickly recovers and hits a Drop Kick on Hollis, resulting in him ending up outside of the ring. When Jimmy goes to chase, Hollis regains control and holds him down with sitting Surfboard Stretch for a bit, followed by a pin attempt. Hollis continues with more holds and pin attempts. Jimmy escapes and runs to the ropes. He goes to spring board off the ropes but Hollis quickly catches him and pulls him back into a Double-Knee Backbreaker. Right when it seems Jimmy could possibly get a breather to recover, Chip Day comes in and attacks Jimmy, prompting a Disqualification. “Marvelous” Michael Stevens makes the save and the two Approved members retreat to the back.
Result: Jimmy Da Kid wins via Disqualification at 5:39
Cash Vault (Bobby Moore / Rob Adonis) w/ Charlie Cash vs J-Rod / Bull Buchanon
Referee: Stan Robinson
Adonis and Buchanon start the match off. Adonis takes control early on. While Adonis is running off the ropes, Bull makes a Leap-Frog over him and lands hard on his injured knee. Bull takes over with a punch and headbutt to Adonis, and when Adonis lands a knee Bull quickly pushes him out of the ring. Adonis locks in a wrist lock and Bull pulls his leg to force him to release it. Bull locks in a somewhat unfamiliar submission that works Adonis’s leg, back, and neck. The action carries to the outside. Bull goes to vault over the top rope and ends up putting too much strain on his knee, causing him to collapse. Moore and J-Rod rush into the ring, with J-Rod and Bull ending up controlling the ring as Adonis and Moore are both forced to the floor. They both get back up to the ring and Moore tags in and J-Rod steps back out of the ring. Moore works down Buchanon’s knee. Buchanon comes back and slams Moore and quickly goes to tag in J-Rod. J-Rod controls with kicks and slams before tagging Bull back in. Bull throws Moore out of the ring and J-Rod, while the Referee isn’t paying attention, attacks Moore and throws him back into the ring. J-Rod tags in and Moore quickly drags him back to Cash’s corner and Adonis tags in. J-Rod tags Bull back in and they both work down Adonis for a bit. Adonis lands an elbow to Bull then goes to the top rope, where Bull quickly chases and suplexes him back into the ring from the turnbuckle. J-Rod tags in and continues to work down Adonis, and Moore eventually gets tagged in and he takes control over J-Rod. They begin exchanging blows and Moore ends up in a neutral corner where J-Rod hits Moore with a double-knee, and Adonis rushes to the corner and Clotheslines J-Rod back into the ring, then is tagged in by Moore. Adonis attempts a pin, but Bull makes the save. The ref focuses on getting Buchanon out of the ring and back into his corner as Moore illegally enters the ring and switches places with Adonis, claiming they made a tag. Moore and Adonis exchange a couple of tags while wearing J-Rod down. J-Rod gains control over Moore with a German Suplex after a pin attempt by Moore. Adonis tags in and Bull receives the Hot Tag and starts taking on both members of Cash Vault. Bull makes a pin attempt that is broken up by Moore. Rob slides out of the ring and J-Rod rushes at him with a Vaulting Leg Scissors. Bull takes Moore down while Adonis finally gets away from J-Rod. Adonis comes behind bull and chops his knee and makes a successful pin.
Result: Cash Vault wins via Pinfall at 15:26
As soon as the pin was made, The Usual Suspects and Hot Like Lava appear from the fan entrance brawling again. Jimmy Da Kid, “Marvelous” Michael Stevens, Anthony Andrews, Kyle Matthews, and Chris Taylow all come out to break up the action again. Suspects get in the ring and their music plays as Hot Like Lava leaves.
NWA Rampage Professional Wrestling Television Championship Match
Jeremy Vain (C) w/ Doug Somers vs Frankie Valentine
Referee: Dustin Robinson
The match starts abruptly as Valentine attacks Vain before he even took off the Title belt. Frankie stalks and attacks Vain and even head-bumps Vain and Somers. Pin attempts made by Valeninte. Frankie locks in a Wrist Lock and forces Vain to the mat. Vain briefly fights back with fists, but is taken back down by Frankie and whipped into the corner. Referee Dustin goes to pull Frankie off of Jeremy Vain when Vain uses this distraction to land a blind Low Blow and makes a pin attempt. Vain chokes Valentine, who briefly makes it to his feet to fight back and subsequently is taken back down by Vain. Frankie Valentine starts bleeding from his nose and when Referee Dustin goes to check Vain tells him “I want him to bleed” and he goes to continue working down Valentine. Frankie makes a surprise comeback with a quick Side Russian Leg Sweep into a pin attempt. Vain regains control and then they both start exchanging blows. Valentine takes over and makes a pin attempt. Vain tries to regain control but Valentine counters into another pin attempt. After kicking out, Vain went to the edge of the ring and Valentine went for a jumping take down. Vain grabbed the ropes, forcing Valentine to take the full affect alone and then Vain quickly makes an illegal pin using the ropes. The ref counts to 3 but then sees Vain was using the ropes and said the match will continue. Somers immediately attacked Valentine forcing a Disqualification.
Result: Frankie Valentine wins via Disqualification at 9:23
A Birthday and Doc’s Present to the Fans
Miss Allie entered the ring and announced that it was Ricky Taylor’s birthday (the fan given the privilege to kick off the show). She then goes on to say that Doc Gayton had more to say regardling Sizzlin’ Summer Bash for July 24th. The Teletron then goes to Doc Gayton. Doc starts by stating the NWA Rampage Heavyweight Title will be on the line in the 4-Way Elimination Match at Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, announcing J-Rod, Rob Adonis, and the returning Luke Gallows as the opponents for Bull Buchanon’s belt. Doc then goes on explaining that Usual Suspects only relinquished the NWA Rampage Tag Titles because of the rules of NWA stating that holding a higher tier belt (Suspects had just won the NWA World Tag Team Titles) they must relinquish the lower tier belts so other competitors have a fair chance to climb the ladder. He went on to say that the Tag Tournament that Sal Rinauro held ended up a disaster. Doc then re-states his comment from earlier about Suspects finally getting a fair shot at the titles at Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, but with a twist to it. He announces that there will actually be a second 4-Way Match for the Tag Team Titles. The teams to participate are The Usual Suspects, Jimmy Rave and Sal Rinauro, and Kyle Matthews and a partner of his choosing (since Frankie Valentine has a TV Title Match). When the Teletron reverts to the normal camera Bill Behrens gets a microphone to announce that Doc adds that if Valentine wins his match at Sizzlin’ Summer Bash, he will also be awarded five minutes alone in the ring with Doug Somers.
The Dismay of Champions
Hot Like Lava enter the ring for a promo. Cru goes to talk about how boring Doc’s promos are and says “Ben Stein wants his personality back” to add to it. He then goes on to complain about how they are now forced to defend their titles against 3 different teams at once. Murder One’s voice interrupts him and the Usual Suspects appear at ringside. Murder goes on to say that he doesn’t care how many teams are involved in the match, as their only goal is to take out Hot Like Lava and that regardless of who else is there they will take the titles. He then goes on to say that instead of just waiting for Sizzlin’ Summer Bash they should start it now. AJ Steele rushes into the ring and Cru tries to calm him down saying that if the fans want, Hot Like Lava would be willing to put their titles on the line right there and start a match. When the fans show their approval to the idea, Cru calls out a referee and orders a match to start.
NWA Rampage Professional Wrestling Tag Team Championship Match
Hot Like Lava (Cru Jones / Shaun Banks) (C) vs The Usual Suspects (Murder One / AJ Steele)
Referee: Stan Robinson
Shaun Banks and Murder start the match. As soon as the bell rings, both members of Hot Like Lava run from the ring with the intention of taking another Count Out as they did the last time they offered a title match to Suspects. Suspects chased after them and Referee Stan also left the ring. The match literally ended in a No Contest in less time than it took for the Referee to come out to the ring when ordered by Cru.
Result: No Contest, Hot Like Lava remain the Tag Team Champions
Jimmy Rave Approved (Chip Day / Corey Hollis) w/ Jimmy Rave vs “Marvelous” Michael Stevens / Jimmy Da Kid
Referee: Stan Robinson
Marv and Day start the match off. A worthy note is it seemed like Chip Day was actually wearing Jimmy Rave’s wrestling attire for this match. After a brief time Hollis tags in an locks in an Arm Bar. Marv reverses but Hollis ends up catching him with a Fireman Carry. Hollis then proceeds to wear down Marv. Marv gains control and tags in Jimmy. Hollis throws the Kid out of the ring, where Rave attacks him. Referee Stan Robinson orders Rave to leave ringside to the dismay of his Approved team. Hollis tags in Chip Day. After landing some kicks, Day makes a pin attempt. Hollis is tagged back in. Hollis locks in a sitting Surfboard Stretch and eventually makes a pin attempt. After a bit of tagging back and forth with the Approved team, Hollis lands a kitchen sink right after Kid tries to gain the upper hand and then sets him up in a Tree of Woe. A tag to Day is made and both him and Hollis double team Kid while he’s hanging on the turnbuckle. More back and forth tags between the two and some pin attempts in between. Day got tagged in and Marv was finally hot tagged in. Marv makes a pin attempt but it was broken by Hollis. Kid tags in and rolls up Day surprisingly fast. Marv quickly grabs Hollis and pulls him to the edge of the ring until the referee makes the 3 count.
Result: “Marvelous” Michael Stevens and Jimmy Da Kid win via Pinfall (Kid pins Chip Day) at 9:06
Sal Rinauro w/ Jimmy Rave vs Kyle Matthews
Referee: Dustin Robinson
Before the match starts, Dustin Robinson tells Jimmy Rave that he has to leave ringside. Sal seems to be wearing a red variation of Jimmy Rave’s ring attire. After Jimmy was banned from ringside, Sal made it a point to avoid Matthews by leaving the ring and trying to stay as far from him as possible. After finally getting back into the ring the match officially starts, at which time Sal went back to his duck and dodge tactics for over a minute. After a short grapple attempt by Sal, he goes to run off but Matthews catches him and takes control of the match. Kyle makes a pin attempt. Sal takes over and kicks Matthews out of the ring and complains that the referee wasn’t making the ring-out count fast enough. Sal continues controlling the match with Matthews making some small recoveries from time to time. Sal locks in a Boston Crab, but ends up lowing it to the mat and lets go of one of the legs. Matthews rope breaks and Sal just starts wearing him down more and follows with a pin attempt. Matthews, again, briefly takes control until Sal hits him with the Kitchen Sink. Matthews then gains the advantage and holds it and the fans get behind him. He goes to the top and lands a Frog Splash and makes a pin attempt. Sal makes a counter with a spring board back kick. They both end up on the same turnbuckle exchanging blows where Matthews lands a flying Neckbreaker from the top rope. Both competitors remain lying on the mat until the ref reaches a count of 7. Matthews makes a pin attempt. Sal makes an attempt to pin but it’s countered by Matthews into a pin attempt of his own. Matthews went to lock in a submission when Jimmy Rave and his Approved came out and attacked him, prompting a Disqualification. Rave started talking to Matthews on the mic as his Approved continued their assault, and went on to say that if he was good enough he could have made all the friends from Approved but instead has none. At that point Ace Rockwell, the NWA Southern Heavyweight Champion, shows up to Kyle’s aid. Rave attempts to talk Rockwell into joining his Approved group, but instead he continues to assist Matthews and they clear the ring of the Approved members. It is then announced that Ace Rockwell will be Kyle’s partner at Sizzlin’ Summer Bash.
Result: Kyle Matthews wins via Disqualification at 14:07
Sizzlin’ Summer Bash: What’s in Store
Chris Jacobs vs Anthony Andrews
*6-Man Tag Team Match
Jimmy Rave Approved (Hollis, Day, Posey) vs Cedric Alexander / Caleb Conley / Jimmy Da Kid
*NWA Rampage Television Title
Jeremy Vain (C) vs Frankie Valentine
— If Valentine wins, he gets 5 minutes alone with Somers in the ring
*4-Way Rampage Elimination Match for the NWA Rampage Heavyweight Title
Bull Buchanon (C) vs J-Rod vs Rob Adonis vs Luke Gallows
*4-Way Elimination Tag Match for NWA Rampage Tag Team Titles
Hot Like Lava (C) vs Usual Suspects vs Sal Rinauro/Jimmy Rave vs Kyle Matthews / Ace Rockwell
Thanks to Avery Edwards and Ben Masters for correcting my mistakes within minutes of this being posted.
Thanks for Bill Behrens for correcting the 6-Man Tag Match details.
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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.
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