Saturday, June 23, 2018

Weekend wrestling

WWE Main Event

-Commentators:  Tom Phillips & "Showtime" Percy Watson.
-"The Premier Athlete" Tony Nese d. Gran Metalik with the running knee in the corner (5:03).
-The Authors Of Pain(Akam Dhinsa & Rezar Selmani) d. The Fashion Police(Tyler Breeze & Johnny Fandango); Rezar pinned Breeze after he and Akam hit the Last Chapter(Russian legsweep/lariat combo) (2:33 aired).


-Commentators:  Ian Riccaboni & Colt "Boom Boom" Cabana.
-Jay Lethal d. "The Kentucky Gentleman" Chuck Taylor with the Lethal Injection(rope-handspring Cutter) (10:50 aired).
-The Young Bucks(Matt & Nick Jackson) & "Hangman" Adam Page d. Tag Team Champions The Briscoe Brothers(Jay & Mark) & "The Punishment" Damien Martinez; The Briscoes set up Matt Jackson for the Doomsday Device, but Matt countered by victory-rolling Jay for the pinfall.
-Next week:  Ultimo Guerrero vs. Matt Taven.

Show results

Saturday CHIKARA results from Philadelphia, PA:

-Hype Rockwell vs. BLANK ended in a no-contest.
-Hype Rockwell & The Beast Warriors(Oleg The Usurper & The Proletariat Boar Of Moldova) d. BLANK & The Nouveau Aesthetic(Still Life With Apricots And Pears & Ursa Minor In The Night Sky).
-Callux The Castigator d. Corey Cravate.
-Icarus & Travis Huckabee d. Xyberhawx 2000(Razerhawk & Danjerhawk).
-Matt Riddle d. "Mr. Touchdown" Mark Angelosetti.
-Solo Darling d. Blanche Babish.
-Lucas Calhoun, Jeremy Leary, & B.M.D. d. The Legion Of Rot(Hallowicked, Frightmare, & Kobald).
-Dasher Hatfield d. Fire Ant.

Saturday EVOLVE results from Brooklyn, NY:

-Josh Briggs d. Bad Bones.
-Jon Davis d. Jarek 1:20.
-Adrian Alanis & Liam Grey d. Leon Ruff & Tommy Maserati.
-A.R. Fox d. D.J. Shiima Xion.
-Darby Allin d. WALTER.
-Bryan Idol d. Mike Taverna.
-Dominic Garrini & Tag Team Champions Chris Dickinson & Jaka d. Timothy Thatcher, Tracy Williams, & Anthony Henry.
-Joey Janela d. Austin Theory to win the WWN Title.
-Matt Riddle fought Shane Strickland to a no-contest to retain the EVOLVE Title.

Saturday AAW results from Merrionette Park, IL:

-Myron Reed won a triple threat match with Rich Swann and Stephen Wolf.
-Scarlett Bordeaux d. Savanna Stone.
-Moose d. Eddie Kingston.
-Su Yung d. Hudson Envy.
-Trevor Lee d. Trey Miguel to retain the Heritage Title.
-Sami Callihan vs. Brody King ended in a no-contest.
-Colt Cabana d. Maxwell Jacob Friedman.
-Jake Something & Curt Stallion won a triple threat match with Spyder Nate Webb & Senza Volto and Paco Gonzalez & Ace Romero.
-Kimber Lee d. Kylie Rae to retain the Women's Title.
-A.C.H. d. David Starr to retain the Heavyweight Title.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

WLW Special Comment

Now, as promised, a special comment about the World League Wrestling show on Saturday, June 2nd at the Race Wrestling Arena in Troy, Missouri.

DISCLAIMER:  I'm biased.  Deal with it.

As has become tradition for WLW shows, I carpooled with Ben Simon to Troy, Missouri.  Ultimo Dragon and his old manager Sonny Onoo were scheduled to appear at this show, but they cancelled a few weeks ahead of it turned out, they appeared at F1RST Wrestling in Minnesota as Dragon faced Mike Quackenbush in an indie dream match.  Hope I get a chance to watch that match at some point and hope Dragon can stop by this area sometime in the future.  Despite the absence of the special guests, WLW had one of its best shows in terms of in-ring action in recent memory.

Your ring announcer was Dane Horst; your referee was Martin Kattich.

Jaden Roller and Rex Fults had a war of words to hype their lumberjack match later in the night, which turned out to be the main event of the evening.

Jack Gamble vs. Tag Team Champion Superstar Steve Fender(w/ Brandon Espinosa):  Espy was absent at last month's show, but he was more than happy to claim his championship belt from his partner.  Gamble has been showing me a lot lately, scoring an upset win over then-Heavyweight Champion Leland Race and coming very close to capturing the Jr. Heavyweight Title from Jayden Dominic Rose in a strap match.  They had a really strong opener with Espy adding his two cents' worth at times, though sometimes that distracted his own partner.  The finish saw Fender go for the swandive headbutt off the top rope(shades of his original trainer Harley Race, who was conspicuous by his absence), but Gamble rolled out of the way...after Fender crashed to the mat, Gamble caught him with an Oklahoma roll for the flash pin in 13:52!

Jayden Dominic Rose vs. Kyle Roberts for the Jr. Heavyweight Title:  These two worked really well together...with any luck, it'll turn into an ongoing series over the belt.  Hopefully they can bulk up the junior heavyweight division in the near future with the incoming trainees...we shall see.  Roberts has been impressive in his recent outings, including his handicap match with Fender & Espy (and I usually don't care for handicap matches); it's too bad we never got a full-fledged tag match with Roberts and Scott Steiner.  It didn't seem to be a good night for top-rope moves as Roberts went for his finishing frog splash only to land on the raised knees of his opponent...Rose hit a roundhouse kick, then a Kota Ibushi-style trapped-arm knee strike for the victory in 16:03.  I would have liked for the finish to be a bit dirtier to leave room for a potential rematch, but it was competitive enough that it could easily be set up in the near future.

Heavyweight Champion "The Hybrid Ace" Jon Webb vs. Tag Team Champion Brandon Espinosa(w/ Steve Fender), non-title:  I'm unsure why Webb's recent Troy matches have been of the non-title variety...Webb defeated Fender in May so it was Espy's turn to take a shot at the champ.  These two fought to a great twenty-minute draw in Dynamo Pro a few years ago.  Fender was a bit too eager to get involved and got himself ejected from ringside less than five minutes into the bout...whoops.  Espy focused on the arm after hitting a shoulderbreaker, perhaps in preparation for the cross-armbreaker.  The momentum swung back and forth, but the bell rang as the 15:00 time limit expired.  (My stopwatch said 13:32, but hey.)  Fender came back out to check on his partner, but the fans and Webb wanted five more minutes...and since all parties agreed(I assume), we did get a restart!  The action had barely resumed before Webb scored the quick pin with a victory roll in 1:09 of the restart (16:09 total)...I would have no problem with these two gentlemen locking up again in the future.

Intermission~!  Official Ben Simon Concession Count(tm):  Pepsi, Mountain Dew, M&M cookies, bottle of water.

Stacey O'Brien vs. "Miss Natural" Heather Patera for the Women's Title:  This was Part MCMXVIII in the ongoing series between the two; Stacey is an eight-time champion while Miss Natural is a seven-time titleholder.  No one else even comes close to those numbers of reigns (Lucy Mendez and Amy Hennig have three each).  Hopefully the new blood of the local women's wrestling scene will have more of a presence in the future; I feel like we'll see more promotions start their own women's championships soon.  The finish saw Stacey bring the title belt into play while the official's back was a classic Eddy Guerrero ploy, she threw the belt to the challenger and dropped to the mat, making the ref think she had been hit with the championship.  That led to a DQ in 10:59 with Stacey retaining her title...of course, things are never quite settled between these two.

"The Wrestler For The People" Rex Fults vs. "The Heartthrob" Jaden Roller, lumberjack match:  The other wrestlers on the card were at ringside for this one.  Roller scored two previous victories over Rex, including one at Night Of Champions where Rex had a minor assist from "The Mouth Of The South" Jimmy Hart in disposing of manager "Can-Do" Curtis Dearling.  While Curtis seems to be gone, Roller still found ways to escape decisive defeats as he walked out on a match to get counted out in May.  As a result, we got the stipulation bout to prevent Roller from taking a walk again.

In a funny moment, Rex tried to "skin the cat" back into the ring after being thrown over the ropes...and finally pulled it off with the ringside fan favorites' assistance.  These two have a good dynamic with each other as it was the "everyman" Rex against arrogant wannabe superstar Roller.  Rex nearly won with his version of the Bossman Slam but Roller somehow survived, kicking out at two.  Roller fired back with his jumping side kick but THAT only got a near-fall.  The combustible situation on the floor finally exploded as the lumberjacks brawled, leading to Rex diving off the apron onto the pile of humanity(not to mention his opponent).  After a hard-fought battle, Rex finally picked up the win with a huge superplex in 19:35!  Nicely was a fitting blowoff to their recent feud.

Post-show, myself and Ben met up with Brian Kelley and Timothy Miller at the nearby Denny's for the latest meeting of the Midwest Wrestling Illuminate(BWAHAHAHA~!).  I seem to be going a bit simpler on my post-show food choices as I went with the Grand Slam Slugger:  Pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, hash browns, and orange juice.  I'm a big fan of breakfast food in general, I have discovered...

The last two weekends of June don't have a whole lot in the immediate area...Wrestling Over Everything is in Centreville, IL this coming Sunday.  If you feel like making a road trip, Zero-One USA is in Rantoul, IL and New Breed Wrestling is in Sedalia, MO on Saturday...on Saturday the 30th, Proving Ground Pro is in Athens, IL and Cape Championship Wrestling has its monthly offering in Cape Girardeau, MO.

That's my special comment for this, the thirty-second wrestling show I've attended in the year 2018.  Good night, good luck, and #yaywrestling.

-PB, Watching Wrestling Wrong Since 1991

P.S. We are all marks.

LU + Impact

Lucha Underground Season 4 Episode 2

-Commentators:  Matt Striker & Vampiro.
-In King Cuerno's trophy room:  Catrina Perez materialized in search of the Gauntlet Of The Gods, but found it missing from its stand...Cuerno said that some trophies are too dangerous to display and that the gauntlet had the power to destroy the seven ancient Aztec tribes.  Catrina said that she needed the gauntlet to get her life force back...Cuerno said he gave the gauntlet to "someone" for safe keeping, adding that he didn't know where or WHEN he hid it.  After that, Catrina disappeared from the room...
-The Trios Champions were scheduled to defend against El Texano Jr., Dr. Wagner Jr., & Famous B...but B(w/ Beautiful Brenda) said that ring announcer Melissa Santos didn't have her facts straight.  However, Texano and Wagner were busy making money for him in he had three new clients.
-Willie Mack, Killshot, & Son Of Havoc d. "The Savage" Jake Strong(fka Jack Swagger), Sammy Guevara, & Big Bad Steve(who previously worked as Pindar)(w/ Famous B & Beautiful Brenda); Strong seemingly had the mtch won with the anklelock on Killshot, but Famous B had the referee's attention at the wrong time.  The champs turned the tide and Havoc pinned Steve after the shooting star press (5:30).  Strong snapped and attacked his partners after the match, even throwing Famous B across the ring and hooking the anklelock, giving it a final twist to seemingly "snap" the ankle.
-Promoter Antonio Cueto announced that the Aztec Medallions would be back in play, starting with the next matchup...
-For Aztec Medallion #1:  Dragon Azteca Jr. d. Drago(w/ Kobra Moon) with a top-rope victory roll (6:08).  Kobra put the badmouth on Drago, but Johnny Mundo arrived to trash-talk the pair (since Mundo eliminated Daga last week, prompting Kobra to send in Vibora after Mundo).  Mundo was simply a distraction as Taya Valkyrie entered the ring from the other side to attack Kobra...then Mundo kicked Drago in the groin from behind and laid him out with a basement knee strike.
-Backstage in Antonio Cueto's office:  Antonio prepared to release Matanza from his cell, but Catrina materialized in his presence.  Catrina said she was stuck between the physical realm and the spirit realm...but she wanted Mil Muertes to face Fenix in Grave Consequences to steal his life force.  Antonio made it so, asking if it'll mean she has to knock next time she visits his office...she said "yes" and BAMFed out of there.
-Pentagon Dark d. Matanza Cueto(w/ Antonio Cueto) after two Canadian Destroyers and the package piledriver to retain the Lucha Underground Title (7:45).  Pentagon went for the armbar/hammerlock combo to break Matanza's arm, but Antonio held up the key and Matanza powered out of the hold before rolling out of the ring.  Antonio slapped the monster and called him "weak" before leading him to the backstage area.
-Backstage:  Jeremiah Crane entered Antonio's office...Antonio was not in the mood, but Crane wanted into the casket match to bury both Fenix and Mil.  Antonio declared that it would happen next week:  The first "Three Way To The Grave" Match!

TNA/GFW Impact

-Commentators:  Josh Mathews & Don Callis.
-The New Latin-American XChange(Angel Ortiz & Santana Draztik)(w/ Eddie Kingston) d. D.J. Shiima Xion & Andrew Everett to win the Tag Team Titles; Santana pinned Everett after he and Ortiz hit the Street Sweeper(sitout powerbomb/Buff Blockbuster combo) (9:29 aired).
-"Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner d. Kevin Matthews with the Steiner Recliner(camel clutch) (2:42).
-Madison Rayne d. Taya Valkyrie with the Crossrayne(inverted swinging neckbreaker) (6:33).  After the match, Rayne announced that she would be challenging Su Yung for the Women's Title at Slammiversary.
-Pentagon Jr. & El Hijo Del Fantasma d. Ohio Vs. Everything(Jake & Dave Crist)(w/ Sami Callihan) when Pentagon pinned Jake after the pumphandle Michinoku Driver (12:03 aired).  Callihan & OvE beat down Pentagon after the match and nearly ripped off his mask before Fantasma ran them off with a chair.
-Next week:  Rich Swann and The Desi Hit Squad(Rohit Raju & Gursinder Singh) make their Impact debuts.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

WWE United Kingdom Tournament First-Round Matches

-Commentators:  Mauro Ranallo, Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness, & "Showtime" Percy Watson.
-"The Extraordinary Gentleman" Jack Gallagher d. Drew Gulak with the step-up headbutt (6:32).
-"The Modfather" Flash Morgan Webster d. "Mr. Mayhem" James Drake after the Eton Rifle(tilt-a-whirl inverted DDT) (7:57).
-Ashton Smith d. Joseph Conners with the Ripcord DDT(inverted facelock spun into a DDT) (9:45).
-Dave Mastiff d. "The Lucky Yin" Kenny Williams after a corner cannonball (5:52).
-"The Kiwi Buzzsaw" Travis Banks d. El Ligero after the Kiwi Crusher(fisherman Michinoku Driver) (5:12).
-"Liverpool's #1" Zack Gibson d. "The Bhangra Bad Boy" Amir Jordan with the Shankly Gates(grounded top wristlock) (9:29).
-"The Iron King" Joe Coffey d. Tucker Gallagher via discus lariat (7:01).
-Jordan Devlin d. "The King Of The Travelers" Tyson T-Bone after a whirlwind roundhouse kick (5:52).
-Quarterfinals:  Gallagher vs. Gibson, Webster vs. Devlin, Coffey vs. Mastiff, and Smith vs. Banks.


-Commentators:  Vic Joseph, Nigel McGuinness, & "Showtime" Percy Watson.
-R.I.P. Big Van Vader.
-Bianca Belair d. Dakota Kai with the torture-rack sitout faceplant (6:06).
-The War Raiders(Todd Hanson & Raymond Rowe) d. The Mighty-61(Shane Thorne & Nick Miller); Hanson pinned Thorne after he and Rowe hit the Fallout(back suplex/top-rope legdrop combo) (4:31).

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

WWE Tuesday + This Week In Wrestling

WWE Smackdown

-Commentators:  Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, & Corey Graves.
-Becky Lynch d. Billie Kay(w/ Peyton Royce) with the Dis-Arm-Her(armbar submission) (7:48).
-Jimmy & Jey Uso vs. Sanity(Killian Dain & Alexander Wolfe)(w/ Eric Young) never officially started as the Sanity trio beat down the Usos before the opening bell.
-The Bludgeon Brothers(Luke Harper & Erick Rowan) d. The Good Brothers(Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows) to retain the Smackdown Tag Team Titles; Rowan pinned Anderson after he and Harper hit the full nelson slam/sitout powerbomb combo (joined in progress; 6:01 aired).
-Gauntlet Match:  Daniel Bryan d. Big E Langston(w/ Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods) with the flying knee strike (11:35).  Daniel Bryan d. Samoa Joe by countout after escaping a Coquina Clutch on the floor and beating the ten-count (19:55 aired).  The Bludgeon Brothers attacked Bryan before his next opponent entered; "The Miz" Mike Mizanin d. Daniel Bryan with the Skull-Crushing Finale (21:07 aired).  Alexander Rusev(w/ "The Artiste" Aiden English) d. Miz with the Accolade(camel clutch) (31:31 aired).

WWE 205 Live

-Commentators:  Tom Phillips & "Showtime" Percy Watson.
-Drew Gulak(w/ "The" Brian Kendrick) d. Lince Dorado(w/ Kalisto & Gran Metalik) with the Gu-Lock(dragon sleeper) after a cheapshot by Kendrick (8:03).
-T.J. Perkins' scheduled match never started as he locked his opponent in the crossed-leg kneebar until referees restored order.
-Hideo Itami won a triple threat match with Buddy Murphy and Mustafa Ali when he pinned Ali after a basement corner dropkick with the bottom turnbuckle pad(behind Ali's head) removed (15:53).
-Next week:  Lucha House Party vs. Gulak/Kendrick/"The Extraordinary Gentleman" Jack Gallagher in an elimination tag match, plus Lio Rush debuts.


NXT this week has:
-The War Raiders(Todd Hanson & Raymond Rowe) vs. The Mighty-61(Shane Thorne & Nick Miller)
-Dakota Kai vs. Bianca Belair

Main Event this week has:
-The Fashion Police(Tyler Breeze & Johnny Fandango) vs. The Authors Of Pain(Akam Dhinsa & Rezar Selmani)
-Lince Dorado vs. Tony Nese

Extreme Rules is on Sunday 7/15:
-A.J. Styles vs. Alexander Rusev - WWE Title

WWE has a house show on Saturday 7/21 in St. Louis, MO(Chaifetz Arena):
-A.J. Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura - WWE Title
-Daniel Bryan & Jeff Hardy vs. "The Miz" Mike Mizanin & "Big Cass" Colin Cassady


Impact on Thursday has:
-D.J. Shiima Xion & Andrew Everett vs. The New Latin-American XChange(Angel Ortiz & Santana Draztik) - Tag Team Titles
-Pentagon Jr. & El Hijo Del Fantasma vs. Ohio Vs. Everything(Jake & Dave Crist)
-Scott Steiner vs. Kevin Matthews
-Madison Rayne vs. Taya Valkyrie


Next show is Friday 6/29 in Baltimore, MD:
-Dalton Castle vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Marty Scurll - Heavyweight Title
-The Briscoe Brothers(Jay & Mark) vs. The Young Bucks(Matt & Nick Jackson) - Tag Team Titles
-Matt Taven & The Kingdom(Vinny Marseglia & T.K. O'Ryan) vs. Takaaki "Evil" Watanabe, Seiya Sanada, & Bushi - Six-Man Tag Team Titles
-"The Punishment" Damien Martinez vs. "Hangman" Adam Page - T.V. Title
-Flip Gordon vs. Bully Ray
-Sumie Sakai, Mayu Iwatani, Tenille Dashwood, & Jenny Rose vs. Kelly Klein, Kagetsu, Hana Kimura, & Hazuki
-Jay Lethal vs. Yujiro Kushida

ROH has a show on Saturday 6/30 in Fairfax, VA.


The G1 Special is on Saturday 7/7 in Daly City, CA:
-Kenny Omega vs. Cody Rhodes - IWGP Heavyweight Title
-The Young Bucks(Matt & Nick Jackson) vs. Takaaki "Evil" Watanabe & Seiya Sanada - IWGP Tag Team Titles
-"Switchblade" Jay White vs. Juice Robinson - IWGP U.S. Title
-Kazuchika Okada & Will Ospreay vs. Tetsuya Naito & Bushi

The G1 Climax takes place from Saturday 7/14 to Sunday 8/12:
-Block A: Togi Makabe, Michael Elgin, Hiroshi Tanahashi, Kazuchika Okada, “Switchblade” Jay White, Yoshi-Hashi, Bad Luck Fale, “Hangman” Adam Page, Takaaki “Evil” Watanabe, Minoru Suzuki.
-Block B: Juice Robinson, Hirooki Goto, Tomohiro Ishii, Toru Yano, Tama Tonga, Seiya Sanada, Tetsuya Naito, Zack Sabre Jr., Kenny Omega, Kota Ibushi.


Wednesday's episode has:
-Pentagon Dark vs. Matanza Cueto - LU Title



Next show is Sunday 7/22 in Collinsville, IL:
-Jake Something vs. Curt Stallion - Crown Of Glory Title
-Myron Reed vs. Jake Parnell
-A.C.H. vs. A.J. Gray
-Ethan Page vs. Hakim Zane
-Air Wolf vs. Shane Strickland vs. Paco Gonzalez
-The Riegel Twins(Logan & Sterling) vs. No New Friends(Kevin Lee Davidson & Mike Outlaw)
-Savanna Stone vs. Laynie Luck
-Appearing:  Jake "The Snake" Roberts

Resurgence has a show on Sunday 8/5 in Swansea, IL.


Next show is Friday 7/13 in Alton, IL:
-Gary Jay vs. Jake Parnell - Best-Of-Three-Falls Match
-Kevin Lee Davidson vs. Thomas Shire
-Anthony "Sharkbait" Gutierrez vs. Everett Connors
-The Besties In The World(Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett) vs. The Carnies(Nick Iggy & Kerry Awful)
-Marti Belle vs. Angelus Layne


Next show is Friday 7/6 in Grafton, IL.


Next show is Saturday 7/21 in East Carondelet, IL:
-Flash Flanagan vs. Ken Kasa vs. King Christopher Hargas vs. Superstar Steve Fender vs. Curtis Wylde - Classic Title


Next show is Saturday 7/14 in St. Louis, MO.


Information on upcoming shows will be posted when it becomes available.


Information on upcoming shows will be posted when it becomes available.


Next show is Sunday 6/24 in Centreville, IL:
-Da'Marius Jones vs. Barackus - Heavyweight Title
-David X vs. Everett Connors
-The Sabotage Squad(Krispy 2 Pop & John Boi) vs. The Kings Of Kaos - Tag Team Titles
-Richard Faith & The Big Texan vs. P.T. Beckham, Jake Prater, & Noah
-Tootie Lynn Ramsey vs. Harley James
-LaMarcus Clinton vs. K. Dose


Information on upcoming shows will be posted when it becomes available.


Next show is Saturday 6/23 in Sedalia, MO:
-Moondog Rover vs. Curtis Wylde
-Tootie Lynn Ramsey vs. Bra'Nae


Next show is Saturday 6/30 in Cape Girardeau, MO:
-Austin Lane vs. Marko Stunt vs. Jacksyn Crowley - Heavyweight Title
-Karim Brigante vs. D'Mone Solavino - MWR Missouri Title
-Jake Dirden & Billy Hills vs. Hollis Giroux & Dell Tucker
-Sarah Summers vs. Miss Monica Passeri vs. Marni Gras - Women's Title
-The L.A. Hustlers(Bradley Diggs & Lamont Potts) vs. K.C.'s Finest(Aaron Clay & Leo D'Auria)
-Brandon Barbwire vs. Justin Smart


Next show is Saturday 6/30 in Athens, IL:
-Stephen Wolf vs. Kevin Lee Davidson - Franchise Title
-Jake Lander vs. Mike Outlaw - Cutting Edge Title
-Savanna Stone vs. Holidead - Zero-One USA Women's Title
-Paco Gonzalez vs. Gyasi
-Tootie Lynn Ramsey vs. Rahne Victoria vs. Valentina Loca
-Michael Elgin vs. Calvin Tankman


Information on upcoming shows will be posted when it becomes available.



Next show is Saturday 6/23 in Brooklyn, NY:
-Matt Riddle vs. Shane Strickland - EVOLVE Title
-Austin Theory vs. Joey Janela - WWN Title
-WALTER vs. Darby Allin
-Chris Dickinson, Jaka, & Dominic Garrini vs. Tracy Williams, Timothy Thatcher, & Anthony Henry
-D.J. Shiima Xion vs. A.R. Fox
-Josh Briggs vs. Bad Bones
-Skulk I vs. Skulk II

EVOLVE has a show on Sunday 6/24 in Melrose, MA:
-Adam Cole vs. WALTER - NXT North American Title
-Matt Riddle vs. A.R. Fox - EVOLVE Title
-Austin Theory vs. D.J. Shiima Xion
-Chris Dickinson vs. Tracy Williams
-Darby Allin vs. Jarek 1:20
-Josh Briggs vs. Dominic Garrini


Next show is Friday 7/13 in Reseda, CA:
-Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz vs. The Young Bucks(Matt & Nick Jackson) - Tag Team Titles
-WALTER vs. Brody King
-Matt Riddle vs. Marty Scurll
-Rey Horus vs. Penta El Cero Miedo
-Rey Fenix vs. Trevor Lee
-Dalton Castle vs. David Starr
-Jeff Cobb vs. Joey Janela


Next show is Saturday 6/23 in Philadelphia, PA:
-Dasher Hatfield vs. Fire Ant
-Matt Riddle vs. "Mr. Touchdown" Mark Angelosetti
-Xyberhawx 2000(Razerhawk & Danjerhawk) vs. Icarus & Travis Huckabee
-Hype Rockwell vs. BLANK
-Solo Darling vs. Blanche Babish
-Lucas Calhoun, Jeremy Leary, & 79 vs. Hallowicked, Frightmare, & Kobald


Next show is Saturday 6/23 in Cornelia, GA:
-Logan Creed vs. Geter - Heavyweight Title Last-Man-Standing Match


Next show is Wednesday 7/11 in Perth, Australia.


Next shows are Saturday 10/20 and Sunday 10/21 in Berwyn, IL.


Next show is Friday 6/29 in South Gate, CA:
-Delilah Doom vs. Shotzi Blackheart - Phoenix Of RISE Title
-Mia Yim vs. Andrew Everett
-Kylie Rae & Miranda Alize vs. Madison Eagles & Nicole Matthews
-Taya Valkyrie & Rachael Ellering vs. Zoey "Dust" Skye & Raven's Ash
-Charli Evans & Jessica Troy vs. Laura James & Heather Monroe
-Karen Q & Ray Lyn vs. Chelsea Green & Britt Baker
-Mercedes Martinez vs. Kimber Lee vs. Shazza McKenzie vs. Kris Wolf

RISE has a show on Saturday 7/7 in Naperville, IL:
-Su Yung vs. Saraya Knight - TNA/GFW Women's Title Falls-Count-Anywhere Match
-Allie Dennis vs. Mercedes Martinez
-Kris Wolf vs. Tessa Blanchard
-Madison Rayne vs. Fallen Flower Kikyo

RISE has a show on Sunday 7/8 in Naperville, IL:
-Madison Eagles vs. Tessa Blanchard
-Kylie Rae vs. Deonna Purrazzo


Next show is Friday 7/20 in Ybor City, FL:
-Lufisto vs. Kimber Lee - SHINE Title No-DQ Match
-Rain vs. Stormie Lee - I Quit Match
-Mercedes Martinez & Ivelisse Velez vs. Kiera Hogan & Dementia D'Rose vs. Aja Perera & Aerial Monroe vs. Holidead & Thunder Rosa - Tag Team Titles
-Candy Cartwright vs. Leva Bates - Nova Title
-Su Yung vs. Xandra Bale
-Jordynne Grace vs. Dynamite Didi
-Brandi Lauren vs. Amber Nova
-Tesha Price vs. Jenna Van Muscles
-Miranda Alize vs. Alex Garcia


Next show is Saturday 6/23 in Merrionette Park, IL:
-A.C.H. vs. David Starr - Heavyweight Title
-Kimber Lee vs. Kylie Rae - Women's Title
-Trevor Lee vs. Trey Miguel - Heritage Title
-Hudson Envy vs. Su Yung
-Sami Callihan vs. Brody King
-Stephen Wolf vs. Rich Swann vs. Myron Reed
-Moose vs. Eddie Kingston


Next show is Sunday 6/24 in Austin TX featuring the American Joshi Queen Of Queens Tournament:
-Tournament participants:  Simply Luscious, Angel Blue, Christi Jaynes, Allie Kat, Livi Loca, Harlow O'Hara, Ruthless Lala
-Mr. B vs. Steve O. Reno - Falls-Count-Anywhere Match
-Jason Silver & Sky DeLacrimosa vs. The Hooligans(Devin & Mason Cutter) vs. Jeffrey Gant & Thomas Munoz vs. J.C. Bravo & Junior Garza
-Gregory James vs. Brysin Scott
-Zac Taylor vs. D.G. Taylor vs. Kody Lane vs. Graham Bell vs. Jake Garvin vs. Brent Masters - U-30 Title

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