Saturday, February 03, 2007

The Wrestleline Report-Sunday, Jan. 21, 2007

Indy Wrestle Line Independent Update
1/21/2007
317-592-9401 option #1

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Hello wrestling fans and welcome to your Sunday Indy Wrestle Line update...I'm the Weekend Warrior Randy Klemme ....

One thing I did not elude to on yesterday's report and I want to appologize for that and that is the death of Scott "Bam Bam" Bigelow. The Beast from the East died at the age of 45 this week in his Florida. A true agile big man, coming in at around 400 pounds and coming off the top rope. Our sympathies go out to Bam Bam's family....

To answer a question that is on several callers minds...MTV Wrestling Society X will debut on Tuesday night, January 30th at 10:30pm. Recently WSX put profiles up of their wrestlers and it was interesting to see the profile of the Trailor Park Boyz including Indianapolis' very own "Spyder" Nate Webb. In his profile he mentions WCWO, IPW and IWA Midsouth as titles held in his career. Nate has done quite a bit in wrestling working alot of indy shows around the country and has appeared on TNA Wretling and now is a part of Wrestling Society X. Spyder has come along way since his days in the WCWO training center and YES ol Uncle Ernie even has been in the ring against the Spyder Nate Webb. So mark it on your calendars, Wrestling Society X debuting a week from Tuesday on MTV

Yes the firings continue in the WWE.....5 more firings so far this weekend in Deep South Wrestling including the trainer Bill DeMotte and a husband and wife duo. I think that makes 19 according to my count

A special thanks to the "Zombie" Rob Ramer for taking time out for an interview here on option #1 last night. Hopefully in the near future we will have several more Saturday night interviews with the stars of the independent wrestling scene...

It was a busy Saturday night around the independent scene so let's head right into the results from this weekend....

In Greensburg, Indiana last night, here is what happened at the WCWO show

It was Devan Monroe defeating "Ace of Spades" Ryan Rich with a northern lights suplex

Hillbilly Jed pinned Big John Hurtz

The team of Corona & Pogo defeated the Street Punks (Trent Lexington & Johny Showtime)

"Dangerous Bull" Don Basher pinned Dropkick Jay following the 8-second ride

Jammer defeated WCWO Ladies Champion Camron Star in a non-title match

WCWO Heavyweight Champion Indiana Kidd Jr defeated "The Zombie" Rob Ramer

and in the main event, the team of Apocalipz & Bo Bo Brazil Jr defeated The Chicago Playaz (Boy Toy Bryan & Stu Early) to become the NEW WCWO Tag Team Champions

WCWO is back in action February 17th at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Crawfordsville, Indiana
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In Indianapolis at the Circle City Flea Market, Ringside Wrestling Federation had their first show in nearly a year and a half
"Sexy" Shawn Cook defeated "Pure Dynamite" Billy Roc
Marc Houston over Johnny Rich
The Hybrid--Jason Lyte & Donovan Cain Defeated Toxik and Colton Cash
Bo Bo Brazil Jr defeated "Diceman" Ronnie Vegas
"Superstar" TJ Powers defeated The Bouncer and Damien Divine in a 3 way
Itch and Gay Guy Lombardo went to a double count out
and in the main event former WCW Superstar Buff Bagwell defeated "Sexy" Shawn Cook
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There was EWF action last night at the EWF Arena in Marion, Indiana...

Ali Bumaye beat Isias Velasquez

Jordon Pryde beat Thomas Sinclair

Louis Linaris beat Wildman Rogers w/ Cooter Jones

Hank Calhoun beat Senor Flamer

EWF Midwestern Champion Big Richard Cannon defeated Bob w/ Destinee Blade by DQ

EWF Heavyweight Champion Osyris beat Damian Michaels and Dark Lion in a 3 Way Dance

and it was "Indy Kid" Jay West defeating Just Justin, Nate Pheonix, Andy Santos, Johnny Tsunami, and Fallen Dragon in a 6 Man New Era Scramble Match to get a chance at the EWF New Era title on February 3rd against Jimmy Jacobs...

EWF is back in action next Saturday at the EWF Arena, 3400 S Adams in Marion, Indiana
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In Elkhart last night, it was the Midwest Wrestling Connection in action at Steve's Gym
MWWC Champion Sgt. Jay Peterson was unable to be at the show, so a Battle Royal was held to find the number one contender to the title. William Stud defeated Adam Evans, the Cosmic Kid - Chad Tener, Michael Thunder, Ryan Rage, Big Russ Jones, Hardcore Harry, Seth Savage, Ryan Epic, Kenny Kage, and Charles Forrester.
The Sikness Adam Bueller defeated Jake Omen in a no DQ match
Ryan Epic & Lightning Kenny Kage defeated Gorilla Warfare and Big Russ Jones & Ryan Rage in a 3-way
The match between Michael Thunder and the Sikness Adam Bueller was stopped due to outside interference from Jake Omen and an unidentified masked wrestler
SPT Reign defeated Andrew Valentino
and it was Mazz and Simply Stunning Scotty Young defeating Brutus Dylan in a handicap match
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At the Clinton County Fairgrounds in Wilmington, Ohio it was Northern Wrestling Federation action....
Austin Meddler defeated The Zodiac (with Jac Attack)
The Thugs defeated Tony Bryant and Pompano Joe
Tri-State Champion Ice defeated Roger Ruffen.
Jesse Hyde defeated Muldoon by DQ
Bodacious defeated Dr. Melvin Winkleman in a brutal No Disqualification match.

NWF Champion Ryan Stone wrestled Stewie Backlund to a No Contest when Roger Ruffen interfered
The NWF is in action this afternoon at BoneKrusher's in Cincinnati with a 3pm belltime
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In Royalton, Illinois Saturday night it was All American Wrestling action
Edmund "Livewire" McGuire defeated Louie Dynamite
The Convoy defeated "The All American" J.T. Calhoun & Vulcan
T-Bolt Baxton pinned Kid Crazy
"Homicidal" Steven Davis over Carnage
"New Age Cowboy" Tony Storm defeated "Playboy" Paul Rose
and in the main event it was "Thunderbolt" Brandon Walker over Ax Stevens

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Make sure you call back daily to the Indy Wrestle Line for the information you need to know....317-592-9401

So until next weekend.......be safe and support independent professional wrestling!

Oh Yeah...GO COLTS!