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Indy Update: Gangrel, Raven, A.J. Styles, and plenty of Philly action

Mar 18, 2003 - 11:55:00 PM
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By Jon Koeller, Torch Team Contributor

Welcome all to the first of my two-part inaugural Indy Reports column, which I will be penning for PWTorch.com from here forward. Having just assumed this duty, I was inundated on my first day with numerous e-mails related to indy events. Thus, I have decided due to the sheer volume of information received, to provide not one, but two detailed parts of my initial report. The breakdown is as follows:

(1) This part, the part that you are reading, which will be the recent indy event results, and

(2) A forthcoming portion with upcoming indy event postings, along with some indy promotion press releases and assorted other indy news bits.

Being new to this post, I will attempt to make the Indy Reports section informative first and foremost for fans of indies, who crave news and results. Yet, I also wish to make this section fun, and a good read for all PWTorch.com visitors. Thus, if you have any suggestions for how to make the Indy Reports section a "must read" section of PWTorch.com, please, feel free to let me know them (jkoeller@pwtorch.com). I will at times be making my own commentary, and will be voicing my opinion on certain subjects of the day in the wrestling community. Yet, truly I feel that the Indy section of the website largely is intended to be the section that lets the various independent promotions "speak for themselves." Thus, with that having been said, it is time to give you, the PWTorch.com reader, some results of recent independent events:

CCW/LAW combo show, 3/7, Kennett MO

James Arnez beat Tony Diamond. Tony Gunn beat Rocker. Beale Street Posse (Krypto & Delisho) beat Bump & Grind (Brian Bump & Timmy Grind). In a CCW Mid-Southern Tag Team Titles vs. LAW Tag Team Titles match, Pure Destruction (Cody & Brody Hawk w/ "Sexxy" Steph) fought Beale Street Posse to a DCO. In a CCW Mid-Southern Title match, "Girl Candy" Christian Jacobs (w/ "Sexxy" Steph) retained the title by beating Psycho. In a LAW Title match, FLEX wrestled Derrick King to an apparent no-finish (the reporting correspondent was not sure of the finish due to a chaotic crowd).

Maximum Pro Wrestling, 3/7, Livonia MI [approximate attendance: 120]

Magnus beat The Hacker. Elvis Elliot defeated John E. Bravo. Bobby Rude beat Alex Shelley. Gutter, Petey Williams, & Tenacious Z beat A-1, Original Synn, & Stevie Lee. Truth Martini got by Eric Young. Ruffy Silverstein & Trent Steele defeated El Tornado & Tyson Dux. Chris Sabin bested Frankie Kazarian. Gangrel topped Monty Brown via DQ. Gangrel & Sabu defeated Monty Brown & Ahmed Johnson.

New Era Pro Wrestling, 3/8, Painesville OH [approximate attendance: 100]

Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin beat Jimmy Jacobs & Gutter. Disco Fever beat Prince Juggalo. Bobby Blaze topped Brian Anthony. Gangrel defeated Aero. Mercedes topped Siryn. Da Munchies defeated Southern Justice. Adam Kage beat Frankie Kazarian. J-Rocc beat Al B. Damm.

NWA Tri-State, 3/8, City Park Pavilion - Parkersburg WV

Team Hotstuff and Johnny Hard defeated D.J. Skittles, Kano and Twisted Youth in a 6-man tag. Chris Draven defeated Double Dragon and Jake Layton in a 3-way dance. Vinny Viagra (formerly known as Star) defeated Eric Darkstorm. Trik Nasty and Max Power defeated Shawn Parks and Romeo Godwin in a tag match. David Flair defeated Chance Prophet. Jake Layton won a battle royal.

National Wrestling Superstars, 3/8, Sayreville NJ [sold out]

Simply Luscious defeated Lady Storm. The Power Company Twins beat Bryan Sexton & Dave Webb. Biggie Biggs defeated TNT for the NWS Heavyweight Title, with help from Kevin Knight. The Masked Oddity defeated Kevin Knight by disqualification when Hasheem Ali interfered. Tommy Force defeated Johnny X (substituting for a missing Tony Flow). The Enforcer beat Tiano Veloz in a Luchador match. Big Vito beat Hasheem Ali.

Combat Zone Wrestling, "Divide & Conquer" show, 3/8, Viking Hall - South Philadelphia

1st Round of Trifecta Elimination: Justice defeated Steve Madison (with Ron Niemi) and Jarelle. Jon Dahmer & Cory Kastle defeated Jude (with G.Q.) and Niles Young. 2nd Round: Menace defeated Loco and Dunn & Marcos. In a 3-way 3-man tag, Rebel's Army (Z Barr, Greg Matthews, and Rebel) defeated Pure Impact (Derek Frazier, Hurricane Kid w/ Rick Feinberg, and Maxx) and the team of Tank Tolliman, Iceberg and Dead End. 3rd Round: Jimmy Rave defeated Mike Mayhem and El Diabolico. In a Submissions match, Tony Mamaluke defeated Nick Berk to earn a spot in the BOTB 3 Tournament. Ian Knoxx defeated Chris Stylz. In a Baseball Bats Are Legal Match, Ric Blade defeated HiV member Johnny Kashmere to earn a spot in the BOTB 3 Tournament. Finals: Jimmy Rave defeated Menace and Justice to earn a spot in the BOTB 3 Tournament. Ruckus and Chri$ Ca$h fought to a DDQ w/ special referee Sonjay Dutt. CZW Iron Man Champion "Sick" Nick Mondo defeated HiV member Trent Acid to retain the title. The H8 Club (BJW Death Match Champion Nate Hatred and "The Future of Hardcore" Nick Gage) defeated HiV members CZW World Heavyweight Champion Messiah and B-Boy (w/ "Discount" Dewey Donovan).

CCW, 3/8, Saltillo TN

"Xctesy" Chris Michaels beat Izzy Rotten. "Xtreme" Brett Michaels beat "Youth Gone Wild" Chris Styles. Brianna Starr beat "Sexxy" Steph and Nathan Lee. Parental Advisory (Scott Porteau / Tony Dabbs) beat Christian Jacobs & Chris Styles. In a CCW Mid-Southern Tag Team Title match with "Triple Threat Sole Survivor" rules, Southern Rage (Damion Rage and Tommy Redneck w/ Brianna Starr) beat Double X Mafia (Chris & Brett Michaels w/ Nathan Lee) and Pure Destruction (Cody & Brody Hawk w/ "Sexxy" Steph) to become the new champs (ending PD's reign since 6/1/02). "Sole Survivor" rules are similar to WWE's Survivor Series rules.

CZW, 3/8, Viking Hall Philadelphia

The show was a set up for The Best of the Best Tournament scheduled for 4/12 and IPW was well represented. In the opener, Justice beat Steve Madison w/ "Hardcore Giant" Ron Niemi & Jerrelle Clark in the 1st Round of Zandig's Trifecta. In the finals of the Trifecta tourney, NWA Wildside's Jimmy Rave beat Menace and Justice to earn a shot in the BOTB with armbars.

-ADDITIONAL NOTICE: IPW would like to thanks CZW's John Zandig for giving Justice, Madison and Clark the opportunity to compete for a spot in this year's BOTB. The entire CZW crew and roster was class from top to bottom. The fans were even better, so a big thanks goes to them as well. See CZWWrestling.com for more details on this huge show and IPW-Hardcore.com for info on Justice, Steve Madison and Jerrelle Clark.

Cleveland All Pro, 3/9, Turners Hall

Richard Weade 2 and Dick Trimmons beat Ian Decay and Troy Buchanan. Mark Mercedes beat Disco Fever. Bobby Blaze defeated Sheik Abdul Hassan by DQ. 8-Pac retained the CAPW Jr. Title over Sonny Ward. Ladies Bombshell beat Madison. Adam Cage retained the CAPW Heavyweight Title over Tatum. Jason Bane retained the TV Title over Tracy Smothers. JT Lightning and J-Roc fought to a No Contest. Josh Prohibition and Mdogg-20 retained their Titles over Chris Sabin and Frankie Kazarian.

Neo Spirit Pro Wrestling, 3/12, Niagara Square Shopping Centre - Niagara Falls, ON, Canada

The Italianos (Primo Scordino & Tony Carbonie) defeated BodyCount via pinfall. Kris Chambers defeated Ruffy Silverstein via pinfall. Ash vs. Rai went to a no contest when Neo Spirit Pro Independent Champion J.C. Owens hit the ring and attacked both competitors. J.C. Owens defeated The Original Sinn via pinfall to retain the Neo Spirit Pro Wrestling Independent Championship. Primo Scordino defeated Kris Chambers in an Open Challenge match via pinfall. Lazzerus and J.T. Playa defeated The Hacker and Dangerboy Derek Wylde via pinfall.

[Thanks to Matt Young]


IPW, "March Badness" show, 3/14, Florida WrestlePlex - St. Petersburg, FL

Pat McGroin was pinned by Superfan Mark Zout (dressed as Pat Powers) when Fritzy struck McGroin by accident. After the match, McGroin held Fritzy while Vanessa Harding spanked him. In a #1 Contenders match for Billy Fives' NWA FL Title, Agent Steele (w/ Sexretary Tiffany) defeated Dr. Heresy after hitting Heresy with the 5th Dimension (Fives' finisher). Antonio Banks pinned Lex Lovett. In a 3-way dance between WrestlePlex students, Pretty Fly was victorious over Comic Book Guy Anderson and Bolles Azules. The Shoalin wrecking Crew made their IPW debut last to Chaos and Prime Evil as Chaos got the pin after a DDT on a chair. Vicious and Delicious (Axis & Python, w/ Lennox and Coral) defeated Hotshot and Deathrow Jethro via a Doomsday Device on Jethro. In an IPW World Title match, Rod Steel defeated David Babylon (w/ So Cal Val) with a standing reverse swinging neck breaker. After the match, the AOD attacked Babylon badly until the referees restored order. In his first defense of the Hardcore Title, Rastaman pinned Cuban Assassin 9 (w/ Fantasy) when Rasta drop-kicked Cuban and the Hardcore belt hit Cuban in the face. After the match, Dennis "Mideon" Knight handed Rasta the belt and the two eyed each other carefully and slowly backed out of the ring. Cruiserweight Champion Naphtali defeated Roach and Jerrelle Clark in a 3-way dance for the Florida Unified Cruiserweight Title when Naphtali hit the Fountain of Death on Roach. Naturally Marvelous (Scoot Andrews and Mike Sullivan w/ XTC Jennie Lee) beat the Vandalz (Ricky and Tommy) after Scoot pinned Tommy. Before intros for the main event, The Sheik (JAPW) cut a very anti-USA, anti-IPW promo. Concession Boy took exception and jumped in the ring. His back easily gave out however, and Sheik got him in the camel clutch. Cuban Assassin and Fantasy came out and told Sheik that there would be no more anti-USA/IPW promos. As Cuban checked on Concession Boy, Sheik attacked him but was destroyed by Cuban and powdered quickly. In the Main Event, Roderick Strong (w/ Agent Steele and Tiffany) upset Buck Quartermain (w/ Val) when Strong hit the C-X. After the match, the entire AOD attacked Buck and held him while Steel slapped and berated him.

-NOTES: The crowd was very hot all night as usual, but attendance was down to about 150. The crew from JAPW impressed the fans and look to be returning in the very near future, particularly Roach who had a great match with Naphtali and Jerrelle Clark. Mikey Tenderfoot was the ref for both the World Title and Main Event, which both ended with AOD victories and post match beat downs. Mikey gave assurances that this was all a coincidence, as "he always calls it straight down the middle." In attendance was Mideon, who is starting to help this group with running the dressing room and at the gorilla position

(TV TAPING): PWF Pro Wrestling TV, 3/14

[Note: All matches from PWF WrestleBowl 2K3 from 2/9/03 unless otherwise noted]

Quiet Storm cut a promo. Matt Striker & Josh Daniels cut a promo. The Solution (Papadon & Havok) were defeated via pinfall by Rapid Fire Maldonado & Chi Chi Cruz after Maldonado hit a member of The Solution with his loaded boot. Latino Alliance gave a promo. Rockin' Rebel then cut a promo. Striker & J.R. Ryder vs. The S.A.T. from the PWF Explosion (1/12/03) was shown, where Striker & J.R. Ryder won by disqualification. The Amazing Red (w/ Allison Danger) pinned Brian XL, in a match from PWF Xtreme Intensions (8/11/02). An Allison Danger promo was shown announcing Red's upcoming opponent as Mikey Whipwreck.

[Thanks to Carlton Prescott]

Metro Pro Wrestling, 3/14, Al Matta Hall - Dearborn MI [approximate attendance: 100]

Tommy Johnson beat Mark Gjoka. Kamikaze defeated Prince Romeo. Syrian Playboy beat Jamie Coxxx via DQ. Dyson Price defeated Jay The Cable Guy. Anthony Rivera beat Josh Movado. Petey Williams defeated Chris Sabin & Trent Steele in a 3-Way Dance. CK3 defeated Big Chuck. Truth Martini beat Alex Shelley & Gutter.

ROH, 3/15, Massachusetts National Guard Armory - Boston MA [attendance: standing room only]

Chad Collyer defeated Matt Stryker with the Texas cloverleaf. The Amazing Red defeated Slim J of Special K. After the bout, Slugger hit Red with the bodybag. Gary Michael Cappetta told the crowd that Paul London couldn't make the show due to his surgery. CM Punk came to the ring and ran down the fans and Raven for not being straight edge. Raven then came out and the two had a debate that ended with fists being thrown before Punk bailed out. AJ Styles, without a partner, won a 4-way scramble over The Backseat Boyz, The SAT and Carnage Crew to earn a tag title shot later that night when Styles pinned Jose Maximo. Alex Arion defeated Hotstuff Hernandez. Low Ki & Da Hit Squad defeated Special K by simultaneous pins on the K team. Quiet Storm & Ghost Shadow defeated The Ring Crew Express of Dunn & Marcos. CM Punk defeated Raven by tap out. After the bout, Raven tried to DDT Punk, but the ref stopped him by saying that this is ROH. So, Raven hit the ref with a DDT. Samoa Joe won a 4-way #1 contender's trophy match over Homicide, BJ Whitmer and EZ Money when he choked out Money. After the bout, a couple of fans tried to attack Joe in the aisle. This caused Homicide to jump Joe and then the locker room emptied in another riot. AJ Styles & Amazing Red captured the ROH tag team titles from The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels & ROH champion Xavier).

Pro Wrestling Iron, "Dojo Scrimmage" show, 3/15

Jeff Taylor beat Hook Bomberry. Lars Dauger defeated Apollo Kahn. Salvatorre Stallone beat Bart Blaxon by TKO. Mike Modest and Donovan Morgan defeated "Airborne" Vito Thomaselli and Tommy Drake.

Midwest Pro Wrestling, 3/15, Salem IN

Kliffhanger beat Suicide. John Noble and Colt Steele defeated Chris Chaos and Kyle Karter. Timberwolf beat Maniac. Dynamite Derrick defeated Colt Steele. J.B. Thunder beat John Noble. Jebediah Blackhawk defeated The Miami Thug by double knockout.

[Thanks to Steven Conway]

Wrestle And Respect, 3/15, Lima OH [approximate attendance: 600]

Anthony Rivera defeated Steve Stone. The Scufflin' Hillbillies defeated Pastor Pain & C.R. Rage. K.C. Thunder beat Mr. Bice. Truth Martini defeated Alex Shelley & Jimmy Jacobs in a 3-way dance. Dyson Pryce beat Josh Kincaid. Dexter Dementia & Stamp Lickage beat Dusty Dillinger & Ryan Boz. Johnny Rayz & Macaela Mercedes defeated Mr. Main Event & Lady Victoria. Danny Daniels beat Stevie Lee.

X-treme Intense Championship Wrestling, 3/16, Warren MI [approximate attendance: 100]

Alex Shelley fought Jamie Coxxx to a no contest. Steve Stone defeated Kamikaze. Jimmy Jacobs defeated Anthony Rivera. Devil Dog beat Mike The Security Guard. Deranged defeated Ryan Boz. Chris Sabin beat Gutter. Truth Martini defeated Danny Daniels. DBA beat Mr. Insanity.

Internet Wrestling Syndicate, "Know Your Enemies" show, 3/16, Chomedey, Laval, Qubec [sold out]

Dru Onyx defeated The Green Phantom 2-1 falls in 26:51 to win the IWS Heavyweight Title in the main event. El Generico pinned Kid Kamikaze when Big Steve Royds hit Kid Kamikaze with his own tag team title belt. Beef Wellington pinned Latino Mysterio at 9:48. Senior official Peanut stopped the Angry Aryans vs. Faces of Death match at 5:05, declaring Faces of Death the winner. El Generico beat Steve Royds in 11:50. Arsenal & Evil Ninja #2 beat Hardcore Ninja #1 & XS69 after Arsenal pinned XS69 in 17:22.

TASW, "Scar Wars 2003" show, Humble Bingo Arena

Mr. Entertainment (in place of the injured Mean Mike Tatum) was defeated by Big Manu. Justin Blaze wrestled High Roller Hayze to a 10-min time limit draw. Wild Cat Scoby Gober lost to ZENZEN (w/ Mr. Entertainment) when ZENZEN hit Scoby with brass knucks. Chris Allen defeated Nark The Nevulon. Voodoo the Xecutioner pinned Rocco Carmanooch, but after the match Rocco beat up Voodoo. In a match for the TASW Cruiserweight Championship, Champion Bret Basics defeated General Agony. Leif Ericson was defeated by Top Gun Jag. In a Texas Death Match for the TASW Heavyweight Championship, Champion Bobby 2 Badd defeated Michael Strider.

(TV TAPING): RCW, March 2003, National Guard Armory - Knoxville TN

(Dark Match) - Ric Cannon beat The Judge. (1st show, which will air 3/22) - Rob Adonis fought Big Money Marcus to a DDQ. Terry Landel and Jeff Anderson came out for an interview. Jeff Anderson beat The Dirty White Boy to win the RCW title. (2nd show, which will air 3/29) - Sumoni Warrior beat DG2000 by submission. Dirty White Boy cut a promo. Jeff Anderson beat Ric Cannon to retain the RCW title. (Dark match) - Stan Lee defeated JR Stardog. (3rd show, which will air 4/5) - Willie B. Badd & Jason Maxx beat Jonathan McMurray and Sammy V. Jeff Anderson and Terry Landel cut a promo. Jeff Anderson beat Rob Adonis in a non title match.

NOTES: For some unknown reason, the TV show did not air on Saturday morning, which really upset Landel. He had already been upset about the prior Saturday night's show being cancelled due to the Armory not being available. Anderson will not be at next Saturday's show since he will be working a show being putting on by Tim Horner. Landel would like to get some of the woman wrestlers who are going to be on the 4/19 show on a show before so he can build some angles towards that show. In Wright's absence, Sammy V & DWB worked on commentary.

UPCOMING: Knoxville 3/22, 3/29, 4/12 (TV taping), 4/19 (all women's show).


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