Tuesday, April 25, 2017

National Wrasslin League results from 4/23 in St. Louis, MO

National Wrasslin League, St. Louis, MO, 4/23 results:

Tommy Flagg defeated Jay Lutz.

Christian Adonis, Adam Ryan & Jackie Lee Bosch defeated Neon Iverson, Buddy Shepherd & Javy Torres.

Cornell Douglas & Brother Castle defeated Davey Gibson & Matthew Grundy.

Jack Foster over Emmett DuBois via DQ.

Royal Blood defeated The Party Crashers.

Blaine Meeks defeated Marcellus Gaines.

Maverick over NWL St. Louis Champion Todd Letterman via DQ. Letterman retains the belt.

Memphis Wrestling Hall of Fame Ceremony May 13

Monday, April 24, 2017

Cape Championship Wrestling results from 4/21 in Cape Girardeau, MO

 Cape Championship Wrestling, Cape Girardeau, MO, 4/21 results:

Women's Tournament Round One:
Leva Bates defeated Sarah Summers.

Mickie Knuckles defeated Monica Passeri.

Amazing Maria defeated Laynie Luck.

Nikki Lane defeated Li'l Bit.

Women's Tournament Round Two:
Leva Bates defeated Amazing Maria.

Mickie Knuckles defeated Nikki Lane.

Mickie Knuckles defeated Leva Bates to win the tournament.

World League wrestling results from 4/22 in Richmond, MO

World League Wrestling, Richmond, MO, 4/22 results:

Mike Sydal defeated Air Raid.

Rex Fults defeated Roy Lewis.

Triple Threat Match: WLW Women's Champion Lucy Mendez defeated Heather Patera & Monica Passeri to retain.

Jack Gamble vs. Mark Sterling ended in a time limit draw.

Steve Anthony & Superstar Steve Fender defeated Kyle Roberts & O'Rion Creed.

Leland Race defeated Karim Brigante to win the WLW Heavyweight Championship.

Check out the most recent episodes of Locals to Legends Wrestling Radio!



Current WWE RAW Tag Team Champions, The Hardy Boyz Coming To Bristol, TN Saturday, April 29th

Pro Wrestling Ego Saturday, April 29th Bruce, MS

World Elite Combat Wrestling Friday, April 28th Ripley, MS

MEW Presents Tag Team Heights Friday, April 28th Memphis, TN

Wrestling With Chyna-Official Documentary Trailer

(Warning: parts of this trailer are NSFW)

Sunday, April 23, 2017

                                                B's RSWF Wrestling Rundown
                                                      Saturday April 22, 2017

Match 1: El Jabroni III vs Hunter Havoc
Big Hunter took control early with a huge shoulder tackle , two huge clubs  to the back, and a couple of stomps. He slaps Jabroni's chest hard. Hunter follows with a sidewalk slam. Jabron 3 tries to punch and kick his way back in. He even lands a kick to Hunter's face. Hunter shakes it off and gives Jabroni a big scoop slam and follows with a giant leg drop for the 1,2,3!!!!

Match 2: Max Rage vs Ace ( Full Deck)
Max kicks Ace hard early and Ace goes to the floor. Back in ring Ace punches Rage . Rage lands a huge flying-clothesline. Ace goes to the floor. They fight outside and Roll back in. Ace kicks Rage hard and nails him with a quick DDT. Ace stomps and hits a reverse elbow. He follows with a Ric Rude hangmen-style neck-breaker. He finishes with a fishermen brain-buster for the 1,2,3!!! Ace prevails.

Match 3: Maverick vs Michael Robinson
This feud has been brewing since these former Tag Team Champs went their separate ways. Mike Robinson runs around and avoids Maverick the whole match. Maverick catches him with a clothesline. Mike gets Maverick in a headlock on the ropes. Maverick chops the living hell out of Mike Robinson's chest. Outside the ring, Maverick chops Mike hard twice. Maverick chases after Mike all around the arena while the ref counts. Right before the 10 count Michael Robinson slides into the ring . Your winner by count out , Michael Robinson.

Match 4: The M.O.E. vs DJ Brown
They go for a handshake but DJ punches Moe. Moe punches back but DJ counters with a huge arm drag followed by a drop-kick. DJ punches wild and clotheslines. Moe returns the favor. DJ back suplexes Moe hard and gives him a back drop. 1,2...DJ Chokes and Superkicks  Moe comes back with an elbow but DJ counters with a kick and a flipping neck-breaker off the top rope. 1,2... Moe puts his foot on the ropes. DJ tries a suplex but Moe reverses it.DJ tries a flipping bridge for the pin. 1,2....Moe lands a back kick to the face. Somehow the ref was inadvertantly hit during the action. Bishop runs out and comes in the ring. Kage holds up DJ but Moe kicks Kage when DJ ducks. Dzj wraps up Moe in a small package. 1,2,3!!!! DJ Brown prevails.

Before the next match Lexx and Marco Rose get into a heated argument. The crowd chants for Lexx to attack Marco. Marco acts like a chicken until big Hunter comes out to protect him. Lexx challenges Hunter to a match right then and there. Lexx gets in the ring and takes off his shirt. C-Lo gets in the ring. Hunter and Marco punk out and head to the back.

Main Event: Pure Power vs Steel Kage (The Mercenaries)
Pure Power dominated early. V-Man punches and clotheslines twice. Charles Ray tags in. He gives Kage a hard shoulder tackle., a giant leg drop, beats his back, slaps his chest, and clotheslines again. V. Comes back in with a reverse chin-lock. Alan tags in. V-Man stomps , backdrops, and punches. Charles comes in with two shoulder rams and a power-slam .1,2....V comes in. Alan head-butts his stomach. Kage comes in and slaps V hard. V retaliated with a scissors kick. Charles tags in. Alan punches him 4 times but Charles punches back. Alan delivers a hard back-elbow. V and Alan are in. Alan dies an oriental throat -jab. Kage comes in with a big slam and a splash. Kage chops V hard. Kage clotheslines 1,2....Alan comes in with a reverse headlock. Kage comes in to punch V but hits Steel. They attempt a double choke slam on Steel but Moe comes out and distracts. Lexx attacks Moe on the outside. Ace runs in. The ref signals for the bell. Pure Power wins by DQ. Afterwarsds Lexx is attacked and his leg is keyed in on. Is the King of Pow ok? Things are definitely heating up at #RSWF.

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Main Event Pro-Wrestling Draws Capacity Crowd in Meridian, TX

A full write up will be posted in a few days covering the event as Wrestling News Center was there LIVE for their FITE TV PPV. 

Friday, April 21, 2017

Sleezy's Deathmatch Spotlight with John Rare! (WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES)

Welcome to Sleezy's Deathmatch Spotlight.

Deathmatch Wrestling is something​ near and dear to my heart, so I have decided to dive into the minds of the mad men of ultraviolence.

To bring you the fans some insite on what exactly the art form of deathmatch is, and to maybe teach some nay Sayers about​ why a part of Wrestling fans absolutely love deathmatch wrestling.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Welterweight Wrestling Update: Three Matches Announced; Order on FITE Right Now!

Welterweight Wrestling is this generation's version of the so-called undersized athlete deserving of a chance to prove they can excel! Some of the absolute best young athletes 185 pounds and under have been assembled for a one-night war of attrition to determine the first pro wrestling Welterweight Champion in the United States!

Welterweight Wrestling takes place on Sunday, May 7 at 5pm EST from Turners Hall in Cleveland, OH!
Purchase your tickets NOW at: www.WelterweightWrestling.com or www.Joe-Dombrowski.com!
Watch this three-camera fully HD presentation LIVE from home via FITE! Download their app, log on to FITE.tv or follow this link: www.fite.tv/v/2jsuj
More information:
Twitter: @WelterweightPW
Instagram: @WelterweightWrestling
Facebook Event Page: Welterweight Wrestling Live Event & iPPV

Main Event: 7-Man Scramble for Welterweight Championship
We can now announce the main event for our inaugural Welterweight Wrestling event on May 7.... sort of. The main event will be a SEVEN man Elimination Scramble match to crown the first Welterweight Champion! Six men will be defeated and only one will be left at the end to be named champion and be presented the championship title belt by the legendary "Franchise" Shane Douglas! We'll determine who advances to the title match via seven qualifying round matches held earlier in the event, as we start with the entire welterweight roster and narrow down to just one! Who will make history and become the first to wear Welterweight gold? Join us in Cleveland, OH or the FITE App on May 7 to find out!

Welterweight Championship Scramble Qualifier: Dylan Bostic vs. Ryan Kidd
It's a battle between two California residents with vastly different views on the world in this Welterweight Championship Scramble Qualifying Match! Dylan Bostic aka "Swaggy D" is all about the world of celebrity and superficiality. He'd love to walk into a club or high-end socialite party with championship at hand, the center of attention and a star on the rise! Meanwhile, Ryan Kidd is a student of the game, having trained and studied in the US, Mexico, Japan, and across Europe. The Welterweight Championship would symbolize years of sacrifice and dedication finally paying off. Only one man can advance to the field of 7 that will battle for the title at the end of the night! Will May 7 be the day that one of these athletes' careers changes forever?

Welterweight Championship Scramble Qualifier: Ace Austin vs. Ace Perry
Welterweight Wrestling will be the first place ever to host the Battle of the Aces as part of the Welterweight Wrestling iPPV on Sunday, May 7! Ace Austin has been turning heads and gaining supporters all over the northeast as he treats every match as a high-risk gamble, but almost always seems to hold the high card. Meanwhile, Ace Perry has forged a reputation as a "One Man Boy Band", soft spoken and kind outside the ring, but with a physical bad boy side in the ring, and a dynamic energetic side that likes to have fun as well! They will meet one-on-one with the winner advancing to the 7-Man Championship Elimination Scramble to crown the first-ever Welterweight Champion on May 7!

Welterweight Wrestling welcomes... Ophidian!
Age: 30
Height: 5'7
Weight: 160lbs
Years Pro: 10
Hometown: The Snake Pit in Philadelphia, PA
"The Master of Snake Style" slithers into competition as one of the most seasoned performers in the field! Originally broken in under the tutelege of mat masters like Chris "Kassius Ohno" Hero and Mike Quackenbush, Ophidian has grown to be a world-traveled competitor who has trained in a half dozen different combat styles. His masked appearance doesn't just represent the respect upheld by the tradition of lucha libre, but a mindset and lifestyle as well. Ophidian is the master of "Snake Style" Lucha Libre - a hybrid of body-control-based offense, luch , knee strikes, and submission wrestling. He dons the visage of a cobra to embody its animalistic traits and characteristics. Ophidian is also known the world over for going viral a few years back, as a clip of one of his matches has literally been viewed millions of times! Whether it be on his own, or as one-half of The Osirian Portal, Ophidian has seen success everywhere he's gone, holding titles in multiple countries, and also currently passes on the knowledge he's accumulated as one of the head trainers of the Wrestle Factory training school. With a storied and unparallelled career already, could Ophidian make even more history by becoming the first Welterweight Champion?

Stay posted to our website and social media for further match announcements!

HUGE ANNOUNCEMENT! CCW to promote Ashlynn McClure Memorial! Details inside!

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

National Wrasslin' League results from 4/15 in Kansas City, MO

National Wrasslin' League, Kansas City, MO, 4/15 results:

Jet Royal defeated Davey Gibson.

The Union (Mac & Joe) defeated Niles Plonk & Ken Dharma.

Ray Briggs defeated Devlin.

Thor Theriot defeated Jeremy Wyatt.

Jet Royal defeated Matthew Grundy.

Marti Belle defeated Mia Yim.

NWL Kansas City Champion Dak Draper defeated Gil Rogers to retain.

Today in wrestling history

Joanie Laurer (aka Chyna) passed away on this
 date in 2016 at the age of 46.

KillPop Culture Radio featuring Bill Dundee

KillPop Culture Radio released their interview with Bill Dundee. This interview was conducted at the Tupelo Comic Con.

Here is the link to the radio interview.


Limited edition CCW SUPERSHOW tshirt, get'em while they last!

IWA DEEP SOUTH CARNAGE CUP 11! APRIL 29th 2017! (All details inside)

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

oWo 4-22 in Houston, MS

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High Risk Wrestling results from 4-15 in Warsaw, MO

High Risk Wrestling, Warsaw, MO, 4/15 results:

Fuego Del Sol & Chandler Hopkins defeated The Arrow Club (Kyle Hawk & Kyote)

Deacon Cash defeated The Math Magician.

Barackus defeated Travis Black.

Kyle Roberts vs. John E. Rock ended in a double DQ.

Karim Brigante, Makaze & Miss Monica Passeri defeated Jay Howard, JA Fair & Roy Lewis.

Deacon Cash defeated Barackus.

Jon Webb defeated Ace Hawkins, Jack Gamble & Elvis Aliaga to win the HRW Mayhem Championship.

HRW Heavyweight Champion Jay Howard defeated Karim Brigante to retain.

Maria Kanellis reportedly returning to WWE

According to a report by SportsKeeda.com on Monday, Maria Kanellis is set for a return to WWE, along with her husband, Mike Bennett.

Impact Wrestling, formerly TNA, Loses In Court, Admits To Breach of Contract

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                                                          B's RSWF Wrestling Rundown
                                                                    Saturday April 15

The night starts out with The Mercenaries coming out talking crap. Alan Steel says there was Lawler's Army, The First Family..... The Mercenaries are the best wrestling stable ever.  Pure Power comes out and clears the ring. Then Full Deck comes out.  Wild action before a match even starts.

Match 1: The M.O.E. vs D'Mone ( Easter egg opens and reveals it is a loser leave RSWF for 60 days match)

This little feud has been brewing for weeks now. D'Mone gets an early advantage with a shoulder block, Power-slam, stomach stand, and a hurling of Moe over the top. Moe attacks D'Mone's hurt leg and DDTs it. D-Mone drops Moe on his knee. Moe returns the favor. When the ref is turned Moe misses with a chain but somehow hits D'Mone with a code-breaker for the 1,2,3.


Match 2: Michael Robinson vs James Bundy ( egg reveals a submission match)

Bundy really gives Mike a run for his money. They bitch slap each other early. Mike R. applies several arm bars but no surrender. Bundy suplexes Mike hard and applies his own arm bar. He nails Mike with a Viscious gut-wrench face-buster. Mike lands a basement dropkick. Bundy comes back with s big Samoan Drop. Mike manages another a bar and this time it's too much . Bundy taps out. Your winner by submission- Michael Robinson.

Match 3: Maverick vs Hunter Havoc

Maverick really dominates this match . Two shoulder block attempts by Hunter hurt him more than Maverick. Mav goes HAM and knife-edge-chops 3-times, corner clotheslines, 10 punches, and Stinger splashes Hunter. Everything is going big Maverick's way until some Top-Gun music starts playing and Michael Robinson comes out wearing a leather flight jacket and aviators. Maverick is distracted and when he turns around , Hunter gives him a huge power slam for the 1,2,3!!!  Maverick is mad as hell at Michael Robinson. He hollers for Mike to come back out. This feud is really heating up.

Match 4:  RSWF Southern Heavyweight Champion Bishop Kage vs Max Rage

Kage tells Rage to just lay down and take the 3 count. After 2 Rage kicks out. Kage misses a slap and Rage hits him with a hard drop kick. Kage drops Rage's neck across the ropes. Kage chest slaps Rage hard twice. Kage spears Rage hard and gets the easy 1,2,3!!!!

Match 5:Main Event.  Pure Power vs Full Deck

This match starts off like a bunk-house brawl. They fight in and out of the ring using chains , chairs, and ghetto kicks to the head. The first fall comes quickly and goes to Full Deck after V-Man gets hit hard in the head with a chain. Ace DDTs V hard. He chokes V out. V recovers and hits Joker with a huge sidewalk-slam. V gets the 1,2,3 and the second pin-fall. All tied up now. Charles Ray comes in and shoulder tackles Joker twice.  Hunter Havoc walks out and Joker looks towards him. When he turns around he is the recipient of a Pure Power double choke slam. 1,2,3!!! Pure Power with another victory.

Sleezy's Deathmatch Spotlight with Josh Crane! (WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES)

Welcome to Sleezy's Deathmatch Spotlight. 
Deathmatch Wrestling is something​ near and dear to my heart, so I have decided to dive into the minds of the mad men of ultraviolence. 
To bring you the fans some insite on what exactly the art form of deathmatch is, and to maybe teach some nay Sayers about​ why a part of Wrestling fan absolutely love deathmatch. 

My first guest is up and coming deathmatch wrestler Josh Crane, a young man with a huge future ahead, and proving his toughness and earning his place with every single match he competes in. I would like to thank him and you, so now let's gets to the interview. 

Q. First of all, for those who don't know, who is Josh Crane?

A. To put it very simply Josh Crane is a professional wrestler who can do ALL styles,but has a particular passion for Deathmatches. Clear Minded, Ultraviolent, and considers himself an unsung hero of the sport.

Q. How did you get into the wrestling business?

A.  This one is not the best story ever. When I was 12 or so an old family friend found out I was into wrestling, turns out he was a wrestler in the 90s and knew a guy in Indianapolis that ran a school and a company. So the next summer when I was 13(!) I officially started training. Just a few years later I joined the 1st and only class of the CZW Dragon Den under Drake Younger and Scotty Vortekz

Q. Have you always wanted to be a deathmatch wrestler?

A. I have almost always  wanted to be a deathmatch wrestler. It wasn't until i was about 10 that I discovered it via the bonus features of the backyard wrestling game. That exposed me to CZW,BJW and IWA MS. Madman Pondo was like my idol for quite a while after that. I didn't know much at that point,  but I wanted to be a deathmatch wrestler

Q. What is it about deathmatch that draws you to it?

A. A lot of things draw me to deathmatches. One of the main things being that when it's done properly it can illustrate the story of a seemingly broken person come back from the unthinkable. I was brought up in a very un-savory situation growing up,so much so it still plagues me to this day. But being in that situation as a child I didn't believe in super heroes because they wernt real and couldn't help,  and the "real" heroes in uniform never seemed to help,so discovering wrestling and deathmatch in particular it showed me in essence that YOU and your own hero. And that just because you seemed broken on the outside,on the inside you are far from it.

Q.  Pro Wrestling is obviously an art form, and within the same relm deathmatch is it's art form all of its own. Some people consider it blood and guts, do you feel deathmatch is a tool to further the wrestling business creatively?

A. I think anything can be really. I love deathmatch wrestling so obviously I think it's amazing but not everyone believes it. I think deathmatches will always have their place. Just like comedy/character wrestling. I personally don't care for it,but it has a market and it has it's place. Professional wrestling of any genre,as long as it's got a positive end goal,will help progress the wrestling business. 

Q. How different is your mindset going into a deathmatch than a regular match?

A.  MIndset is definitely different. For example I'm currently training the hardest I've ever trained for Carnage Cup 11 in 2 weeks. If I go as far as I'd like I could be wrestling 3 matches against a total of 5 opponents. So I'm training physically very hard. Then there's the mental aspect. Unlike any other style of wrestling I have to really place emphasis of "be as safe as possible" but at the same time do the work that i need to do. 

Q. When and how did you discover deathmatch?

A  I kinda already answered this in a combination of Questions 3 and 4 haha. I probably should glanced over the question before answering. 

Q. Who are your biggest inspirations in the ring?

 A. I have many inspirations. Deathmatch and otherwise. My trainers Drake and Scotty are huge inspirations. Matt Tremont became a important part of my career. Madman Pondo obviously,being the 1st I ever saw. With that being Said BJW guys like Kasai,Takeda and takashi sasaki have been consistent influences. Danny havoc has been huge,Nick Gage,Masada,Ron Mathis. Pure wrestling there is also a plethora,but off the top Sami Callihan,OI4K,Jon Gresham,Chris Hero,CM Punk,Bryan Danielson,it just goes on and on and on for me haha

Q. What is your favorite thing about deathmatch?

A. Too many things. I like that it's different,I like the element of danger. Most of all I think I like when a nice story is told in the match combined with the right amount of violence.

Q.  Thank you for your time, how can people find you and find you on upcoming bookings?

A. Thank you for having me and giving me a platform to tell my story and who I am. Bookings can be by contacting me on Facebook as Josh Crane or contacting my business email at trueaimprinting@gmail.com