Tuesday, March 15, 2011

*Spoiler* Results For WWE Smackdown 3/18/11


They announced early on that instead of Edge and Christian getting a shot at The Corre, Kane and Big Show would be getting it instead.
Edge beat Brodus Clay (with Alberto Del Rio and Ricardo). The story was that Alberto interfered until Christian made the save and then Edge hit the spear.

Teddy Long came out and made a main event of Christian vs. Alberto in a steel cage. They totally changed the show up.

Sheamus beat Kofi Kingston in a US vs. IC champions match. No belts on the line but a good match.

Layla beat Kelly Kelly. Michelle McCool was on commentary. People were looking for Trish to come out.

The tag title match went to a DQ when Wade Barrett and Zeke interfered.

Jack Swagger beat Chris Masters.

Rey Mysterio beat Ted DiBiase (with Maryse).

Christian beat Alberto in the cage. Good match that saw Edge come out in Alberto's car to distract him. Afterwards, Brodus and Alberto laid out Edge to end the show.
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Photot Of New TNA Belt Revealed

Following his title defence, Sting revealed a new TNA World Title last night at the TV taping. A picture of the belt can be seen here

(Photo credit goes to The Honky Tonk Man)
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*Spoiler* Results For TNA Impact 3/24/11


* There's a whiteboard in the ring with stuff on it as Mr. Anderson opens iMPACT. He comes down with a man he calls Professor Shubert from the University of Green Bay. Anderson talks about the finish last week where "Reefer Van Dam" and him tied. Anderson runs numbers and decides he wants his rematch. Anderson ends up hitting the Mic Check on professor. Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff come out. Bischoff says Anderson hasn't earned a rematch yet. He has to beat Rob Van Dam first. RVD comes out and eventually Sting comes out. Sting says the network wants him to be the special referee for the Anderson vs. RVD match.

* Mickie James beat Tara and had a staredown with Madison Rayne.

* Okato beat The Pope by DQ when Pope hit him with rings on his hand. Pope attacked the referee after the match and Samoa Joe came out and chased him off. Okato bled pretty bad in this match.

* Ric Flair comes out with Matt Hardy and Brother Ray. He calls them two of the best tag team wrestlers ever. The crowd chants for Fortune and then chants boring. Fortune comes out and they brawl. The lights go out and Abyss appears with a new look. He helps Immortal take out Fortune and they leave them laying.

* Hernandez comes out with Rosita and Sarita and their new partner Esteban, the guy from Victory Road. Hernandez says they are the Mexican American nation and are superior. He says people will soon worship their Mexican flag and brings one down over the American flag. They challenge Devon and Matt Morgan to a street fight

* Hernandez and Esteban beat Matt Morgan and Devon in a street fight. Rosita and Sarita got involved which brought Velvet Sky and Angelina Love out. Angelina looked to be saving Velvet but Winter called her to the back. Morgan tends to Velvet which allows Esteban to pin Devon.

* RVD and Mr. Anderson wrestle with no winner in a #1 contender's match. Sting was the special enforcer but took over as referee when the first referee went down. Sting and Anderson argued when Anderson wanted RVD counted out after a low blow and Mic Check into the corner. Anderson and Sting ended up fighting until security broke them up
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Full WWE Tough Enough Cast Announced

The USA Network has launched a new website for the return of Tough Enough at this link

Ariane Andrew- The 23-year-old Ariane is the quintessential Valley Girl. What Ariane lacks in wrestling experience she makes up for with bubbly charm. Ariane hopes to become a WWE diva so she can display her alter-ego, a hard-edged girl that doesn't give a crap.

Martin Casaus- Martin, 26, is a stockbroker and independent wrestler hailing from West Jordan, Utah. He gained his experience wresting for six and a half years on the independent circuit. He is also co-owner of Ultra Championship Wrestling Zero, a promotion and wrestling school.

Matt Capiccioni- Matt, 30, is an independent wrestler with nine years of independent circuit experience from Brecksville, Ohio. He has wrestled in sixteen countries and hopes to win "WWE Tough Enough" and a WWE contract so he "can have a fun job." "You can see the world in spandex and smash things," he explains.

Christina Crawford- Christina, 22, is a senior at the University of Central Florida studying Interpersonal Communications. She is a member of her college dance team. (This is Alicia Fox's sister. They do not mention this but say she wrestles on the independents.)

Michelle Deighton- This 25-year-old day care teacher from Terre Haute, Indiana, hopes to become a WWE Diva to fulfill a dream she has had since the age of 14. She loves the road lifestyle, living out of a suitcase and traveling. She has trained on and off in independent wrestling over the past 11 years. (They do acknowledge her Next Top Model past and marriage to Jonny Fairplay.)

Rima Fakih- Rima is Miss USA 2010. The 25-year-old hails from Dearborn, Michigan where she received a BA in Economics and BA in Business Management from University of Michigan. Rima hopes to win "WWE Tough Enough" to prove that it is possible to be both beautiful and tough.

Ryan Howe- This 23-year-old aspiring musician and independent wrestler hails from Hebron, Indiana. He has two years of wrestling experience and hopes to win "WWE Tough Enough" and a WWE contract to make everyone who ever believed in him proud, especially his family, his trainer, Tracy Smothers, and his girlfriend, Tiffany. (Not the former Diva)

A.J. Kirsch- A.J., 27, has been wrestling on the independent circuit for five years. Among his achievements is a one and a half year undefeated All Pro Wrestling Tag Team Championship in addition to a tag team victory over the infamous New Age Outlaws.

Andy Leavine- This 6'5" giant hails from Brooksville, Florida where he had four years of high school varsity wrestling experience with a record of over 90 wins. The 23-year-old former football player has a mere six months of independent wrestling experience. Starting over 40 games as an offensive lineman for Florida International University, Andy holds the school's power clean record of 365 lbs. After FIU, he was a priority free agent with the Miami Dolphins and attended mini-camps, before hanging up his cleats to pursue his dream to entertain in the ring.

Jeremiah Riggs- This 28-year-old truck driver from Vicksburg, Mississippi is a natural athlete who prides himself on taking on new challenges. He was a US Army Ranger with the 1st Battalion and did a tour in Afghanistan in 2004. He has six years of training as an MMA Fighter with a record of seven wins and five losses, fighting with UFC, Strikeforce and Bellator. He is trying to become the first legitimate MMA fighter to crossover into WWE.

Mickael Zacki- Mickael, 26, is an unemployed WWE hopeful hailing from Jersey City, NJ. He has lived the 9 to 5 lifestyle and hated every second of it. For him, being a WWE Superstar would allow him to escape this fate.

Luke Robinson- Luke, 26, is a Personal Trainer from Auburn, Maine with five years of independent circuit experience. For him, WWE combines all his passions rolled into one: performing, marketing, athleticism and traveling. Luke proved his athleticism as captain of his high school's varsity soccer, hockey and baseball teams, competing all four years, before moving on to getting his BA in Business Administration from University of Southern Maine.

Ivelisse Velez- An assistant pet groomer in Chicago, Illinois, the 22-year-old has spent the last six years on the independent circuit and is well known in her native Puerto Rico. (Also known as The Huntress)

Eric Watts- Eric, 25, hopes to become a WWE Superstar to fulfill his childhood dream. "WWE needs my afro and my tall, dark and handsome good looks," says the 6'5" behemoth. Eric hails from Pasadena, California where he spent two years on his High School varsity football team as left tackle, earning All-League Honors. Eric was recruited by colleges for football, but opted not to attend so he could pursue his dream.
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Radio: The CAWsCast Live 10:30PM Est Tonight

Tune in tonight to www.sundaynightshowdown.com starting at 10:30pm Est, 8:30pm Mst as The CAWsCast returns to the airwaves on the SNS Radio Network with "The Phenom" Charles Shane and "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ(ALL CAPS) $exay.
On tonights show THQ's Community Manager Marcus Stephenson will join the boys to talk RAW, SVR2011, WWE ALLSTARS and answer your questions live on the show. JJ and Charles will be taking your calls via the Skype line just add sundaynightshowdown to your buddy's list or simply call 501 588 7957 or send your emails to Charles@caws.ws and be sure to join the "Live" chatroom and be an interactive part of the broadcast.
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Radio:Wrestling New Live 3-14-11 With Road Warrior Animal Archived

WNL returned to the airwaves on 3-14-11 on the SNS Radio Network with "The Outlaw of the IWC" The TreyDawg and "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ $exay.

JJ started out the show with a multiple time World Tag Team Champion Joe "Animal" Laurinaitis of the Legendary Road Warriors/ Legion of Doom to promote his new book "The Road Warriors: Danger, Death, and The Rush of Wrestling". The boys discussed the career of Animal from his debut at WrestleMania, The memorable entrance at SummerSlam 1992 from Wimbley Stadium, How the Road Warriors got started, Training with Eddie Sharky, a story about working as a bouncer alongside other pro wrestlers while training and meeting Ole Anderson as a result, Returning to the WWF and the LOD 2000 gimmick, working with Heidenreich as the new LOD and as The Road Warrior, The Mystery opponent angle in which Sid Vicious broke his leg and the repurcussions from that incident on the rebirth of the Road Warriors, The state of Tag Team Wrestling in the WWE , A current WWE superstar Animal would love to get in the ring with, What Happened with Zubaz, The WWE ALLSTARS game in which The Road Warriors will be DLC, and more in this very candid interview with Animal that was around 45+ min.
After the break JJ and Trey discussed the latest news of the week sponsored by Wrestling-Online.com and the topic of the night involving the aftermath of the TNA Victory Road PPV. JJ and Trey took a few calls on the subject by WTR's Spug Guy, Crelly, and The Pope of WNL Trentavious preached from his pulpit on the matter. JJ and Trey hit on the main points of the 3-14-11 edition of RAW as the Rock brought it again via sattelite, Sheamus became the US Champion, Snookie guest hosted and is now in a match at WrestleMania 27 and John Cena was destroyed by The Mock (Miz) . After the final break JJ read emails from the WNL family some of whom are joining JJ on a TNA boycott before wrapping the show with some Huey Lewis "I want a new drug " for one Jeffrey Nero Hardy.


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Few WrestleMania 27 Notes


The plan right now is for Triple H vs. The Undertaker to close WrestleMania 27. John Cena vs. The Miz for the WWE Title is scheduled to go third from the top, with a match in between Cena-Miz and Taker-HHH.

WWE officials are also heavily considering having Michael Cole and Jerry Lawler only wrestle and not announce, which would have Booker T and Josh Matthews call the show.
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Daffney Confirms TNA Departure

Daffany tweeted the following last night on Twitter:

Yesterday my picture was taken down off of the TNA roster page. My contract expires today and TNA did not renew it. I do not know if it has anything to do with it, but I've filed a Workers Comp claim against them for injuries I've sustained in the ring and my lawyers said to not go into anymore details

At the April 20, 2010 iMPACT! taping, Daffney was injured during a dark match against a Miss Betsy (a/k/a Rosie Lottalove). She was taken to a hospital, where she was diagnosed with a deeply bruised sternum, a severe stinger and a concussion
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Hulk Hogan Comments On Controversial Promo At Tapings

Following his controversial comments at last night's TNA Impact taping regarding the recent Japan tsunami, Hulk Hogan tweeted the following:

"The tsunami of wrestling wasn't cool,it will never air,it's already cut out,but when your cuttin promos old school and not following a Script like the other robots will no skills, sometimes you make mistakes. I'm sorry,I was on a roll and made a mistake.nothing but love and Total respect for Japan, but you guys already know that. I totally apologize. keepin it real HH4Life.Much respect,love for Japan HH"

According to PWInsider, the tsunami line was not scripted by TNA's writers.
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Jim Ross Comments On WWE Return

Jim Ross wrote the following on Twitter about his return to WWE RAW:

"I'm sure u enjoyed Raw more than King & I. Appreciated SO much the reception I received in St. L. My leg is a mess. Swagger's a beast. Thnx 4 overwhelming support 2nite. Over 108,000 followers. Very Humbling. Felt great being back @ 'home' on Raw. Ankle looks nasty 4 real."
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CHIKARA: The 1-2-3 Kid returns for one weekend only - King of Trios 201

The weekend of April 15, 16 and 17th will see 48 wrestlers converge on the former ECW Arena in South Philadelphia for the monstrous King of Trios 2011! In all, 16 trios will compete across the three days, until just one is left standing.
Just announced today is the inclusion of "Team Minnesota"- captained by the 1-2-3 Kid himself, Sean Waltman! He is joined by follow Minnesotans Arik Cannon and Darin Corbin for tournament action.
Previously announced for the biggest weekend in independent pro-wrestling:

-Team Michinoku Pro (Great Sasuke/Dick Togo/Jinsei Shinzaki)
-Team Osaka Pro (Atsushi Kotoge/Daisuke Harada/Ultimate Spider, Jr.)
-Manami Toyota/Mike Quackenbush/Jigsaw
-The Colony (Fire Ant/Soldier Ant/Green Ant)
-F.I.S.T. (Icarus/Chuck Taylor/Johnny Gargano)
-The Osirian Portal (Ophidian/Hieracon/Amasis)
-Da Soul Touchaz (Acid Jaz/Marshe Rockett/Willie Richardson)
-The Throwbacks (Dasher Hatfield/Sugar Dunkerton) with Matt Classic
-Sinn "Kizarny" Bodhi & The Batiri (Obariyon/Kodama)
-A trio representing the BDK captained by Tim Donst
-Team Australia (Tama Williams/Percy/Kabel)
-TNA star Amazing Red with the Maximos!
-The Spectral Envoy (Hallowicked/Frightmare/UltraMantis Black)
-Team 3.0le! (El Generico, Scott "Jagged" Parker/Shane Matthews)
-The final trio will be revealed on Thursday's King of Trios Report (on our YouTube Channel!!

Season 10 is here:

King of Trios 2011
4.15 - 4.16 - 4.17 - Friday - Saturday - Sunday
Live @ The former ECW Arena
7 W. Ritner St.
in Philadelphia, PA!
The action starts @ 7:30 pm on Friday, April 15th!

Our homebase: www.chikarapro.com - Updated daily!
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Radio: Sunday Night Showdown Covering TNA's Victory Road 2011 Archived

Here is the archive for SNS' live coverage of TNA's March PPV offering, 'Victory Road'. Mark 'The Shark' DiCarlo and Internet Dave were joined in studio by former TNA X-Division champion 'HotShot' Johnny Devine to describe the action, including the controversial main event between Sting and Jeff Hardy. Also on the card was AJ Styles against Matt Hardy, and an incredible Ultimate X match for the title between Kazarian, Max and Jeremy Buck and Robbie E. Don't forget to join us at 7pm et/4pm pt for SNS' live coverage of Wrestlemania 27, as part of Audiowrestling.com's annual marathon of coverage.

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*Spoiler* Results For TNA Impact 3/17/11


*Doug Williams defeated James Tarr.


Based on how this all went down, I think they are taping segments out of order for different shows.

Impact opened with TNA champion Sting in the ring holding the old TNA title and Jeff Hardy version. Sting said that before Hulk Hogan tries to overtake the show, he wants them to get out here and face him. Hogan and Eric Bischoff come out. Sting tosses them the Hardy belt and says this is theirs and they can take the garbage. Sting says that Hogan took one of the brightest stars in wrestling, Jeff Hardy, and ruined him with his influence. They acted like Hardy was done as Sting said he can't do anything to help Jeff anymore but he can help TNA. Hogan said that Sting tries to blame everyone else but he's the guy who disappears and shows up when he wants. Hogan said that the only person at fault is Hardy, who couldn't run with Immortal and stand in the shadow of the Hulkster. Hogan said that Hardy couldn't hang but everyone else can so Sting needs to worry about himself. Hogan said stars from all over the world want to join his Tsunami taking over wrestling.

Sting that no one is coming to join him and all he sees all the time are Hogan and Bischoff.

Out comes Bully Ray, who comes out and says that he's here to prove that people are coming to Hogan's side because Hulk is a star while Sting was just a secondary player. Billy says that Sting is selfish and could never live up to Hogan so it'll be a pleasure to take Sting out. Before that can happen, Fortune arrives to back up Sting. AJ and Bubba go back and forth until AJ slaps him. Ken Anderson then comes out and demands he finally gets his title rematch. Hogan says he's an a**hole and Anderson agrees. They announce Anderson vs. Ray vs. AJ vs. RVD to determine the new top contender.

*Crimson & Scott Steiner defeated Ink, Inc. Shannon Moore was all over Jesse Neal for losing.

*They do a segment where The Pope makes a blind man see, then makes a handicapped man get out of a wheelchair and walk. Pope then says he can't do anything to help heavy woman, taking shots at Samoa Joe and his family. Joe comes out and Pope retreats but beats up Okada in the process. Joe finally runs off Pope. The fans chanted "That was stupid."

*TNA Knockout champ Madison Rayne defeated the returning Alissa Flash. Mickie James hits the ring and Rayne splits. James issues a challenge but Rayne won't agree until James puts up her hair.

*The Jarretts come out and Jeff offers Kurt Angle a truce. Angle comes out acting like he's all happy. He has a gift for Jarrett, which turns out to be a guitar, then he then proceeds to break over Jeff's head. Angle says he's going to get Jarrett in a cage at Lockdown or hunt Jeff down forever.

*Gunner won the TNA TV title, defeating Murphy and Rob Terry.

*Matt Morgan & Angelina Love & Winter defeated Hernandez & Sarita & Rosita in a Street Fight. OVW's Matt Baretta hit the ring and helped Hernandez after. Morgan finally made the save for the babyfaces.

*Bully Ray vs. Rob Van Dam vs. AJ Styles vs. Ken Anderson ends in a double pin with Van Dam and Anderson. Ray goes nuts and lays out the referee and the ring announcer. He and Styles battle to the ramp and then atop the stage. Flair lowblows Styles and Ray hits Styles with a Bubba Bomb off the stage. They took a LONG time to get Styles out of there after he went through the table.


*Eric Young defeated Robbie E.
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Jim Ross Returns To WWE On Raw

WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross returned to WWE Raw tonight during a Michael Cole/Jerry Lawler segment. "JR" would go on to receive an Ankle Lock from Jack Swagger and Michael Cole.
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Update On Grand Master Sexay's WWE Status

Brian Christoher(AKA Grand Master Sexay)'s appearance on WWE Raw is said to be a one off in order to help build the feud between his Father and Michael Cole reports PWInsider.com
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Report: Knockout Leaves TNA

According to PWInsider.com, TNA and Daffney have parted ways.
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Results For WWE Raw 3/14/11


We begin with a photo of the Rock and he is ‘on the phone with the President’ and he is talking about John Cena’s promo from last week. Rock says that nobody laughed at that segment because it stunk. The thing that bothers him the most is that he tries to talk to him like a man, but he reacts like a child.

John Cena’s music plays and Rock has to hang up.

Rock says that Cena has a lot of nerve coming to his house to talk to him face to face. He tells Cena that he has his final chance to talk like a man.

In walks a child dressed like John Cena and he tells Rock that he can’t see him.

Rock walks up to the child and he tells John to not even think about it. He tells him not to rap because he isn’t gangsta and he isn’t from the hood. He wants him to talk like an adult.

The child says that his name is John Cena . . . he’s puttin’ on the hurt. I’m a big tough guy with the bright purple shirt.

He tells Rock if he wants some to come get some.

Rock sits down and he tells ‘John’ that they should have had this talk long ago. It is time to have a talk with the People’s Champion. When he left seven years ago, John ran with the ball. He didn’t run that far. He eventually became the man in the WWE. He says that John tried and he succeeded. He asks John to think about the cultural influence he has made. There was Kermit The Frog, then Barney, and now him. He owns the two to five year olds.

He asks ‘John’ if he knows why he won’t be as good as the Rock.

‘John’ says that it is because he isn’t talented.

Rock says bye-bye to the giant elephant in the room. He asks ‘John’ how he feels. Before ‘John’ can answer, he tells him IT DOESN’T MATTER how he feels.

‘John’ starts to cry. Rock says that ‘John’ shouldn’t cry but the people who watch his movies should cry. He gives ‘John’ a Cena shirt to blow his nose since he doesn’t have Kleenex.

Rock tells ‘John’ to turn that frown upside down. He has a gift for ‘John’. Rock gives him a box of Fruity Pebbles.

‘John’ says that he is happy because he has hustle, loyalty, respect, and Fruity Pebbles.

Rock says that maybe ‘John’ can have muscles like him. He tells ‘John’ to take his cereal and enjoy it. He tells the untalented ‘Fruit Loop’ to leave.

Rock tries to remember where he was and he has something to say to Miz. He says that he is right that they have not been properly introduced. Rock says that he is the most electrifying man in all of entertainment. He is the People’s Champion.

Last Monday night, Miz made some statements. First, he knocked out John Cena. Then he used the People’s Elbow and talked trash about his family. Miz made another statement. That statement was that he clearly wants the Rock to lay down the single biggest ass whooping of a lifetime. He says that we can all agree that the time for talk is over. It is time for Wrestlemania. As he promised and gave his word, he will bring it live on Monday Night Raw.

It doesn’t matter when because the only thing that Cena and Miz should be concerned with is how badly he layeth the Smacketh down on their candy asses.

If you Smelllllllllllllllllllllllalalalalalalalala what the Rock is cooking.

Snooki is in the back with Trish Stratus.

Michael Cole is in his isolation chamber to make sure that Jerry Lawler doesn’t beat him up.

Miz comes out and Cole marks out as only Cole can do.

We see highlights of what happened between Miz and John Cena over the last few weeks.

Miz starts off with a really for the St. Louis crowd and then he gives us another. He says that the Rock’s t-shirt says ‘I Bring It’. He agrees that Rock brings it. He brings out of date catchphrases, bad tattoos, awful movies, and pointless twenty minute diatribes that only a has been can bring.

Rock has issues with him insulting his family. Miz says that Rock’s father and grandfather were good. Miz says that they were never WWE Champion. That means that he is better than the both of them and he can say whatever he wants.

Miz says that Rock likes to make six year olds cry. He tells Rock to come into the ring and he will make him cry and scream like a little girl. Unlike Rock, instead of talking about beating up John Cena, he has done it. He has done it three weeks ago. Miz tells Rock that he doesn’t own John Cena, he does.

Miz says that doesn’t faze him and nothing that the people says fazes him. He tells Rock that week after week, Rock says that he is going to bring it. Miz prays that Rock will bring it. Maybe Rock will bring it to St. Louis.

The crowd goes wild.

Miz says that whenever the Rock brings it, he will be overshadowed by the most Must See WWE Champion in history. Miz tells us who he is and that he is AWESOME.

We kill all momentum from those promos and Michael Cole gets to read from the dingy dingy Raw General Manager. Cole leaves his cone of insipidness to go to the computer but Jerry gets in the way. Cole yells at Jerry for taking his job.

Jerry tells Cole to go back into his cage.

The General Manager has announced two first time ever matches for John Cena and him. John Cena will face Alberto Del Rio.

Miz asks about himself since he has beaten everyone. Lawler tells Miz that he will be facing The Great Khali.

We go to commercial.

Match Number One: Miz versus Great Khali with Runjin Singh

Miz with a kick to the knee and punches to Khali. Khali pushes Miz down and he punches him in the head. Khali with a chop to Miz’s chest and he goes down. Khali with the Khali Krush but Miz tries to get to the ropes. Miz finally gets to the ropes.

From out of nowhere, Alex Riley attacks Miz and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Great Khali

Khali chops Riley and then he hits the vertical choke slam.

Miz hits Khali in the legs and back with a steel chair. Miz with more chair shots to the back. Miz hits Khali in the back so many times that the chair breaks in a moment reminiscent of Rock hitting Mick Foley with numerous chair shots to the head.

Miz with a DDT onto the chair.

While the official checks on Khali we see the damage that has been done to his back.

Michael Cole says that he is going to expose Jerry Lawler to the world. Cole says that he has a special guest who will tell the world who Jerry Lawler really is.

We go to commercial.

We are back and John Cena has five million fans on Facebook.

Josh talks about the match between Undertaker and Triple H and their No Holds Barred Match.

We go to footage from last week’s Smackdown when Triple H returned fire on the Undertaker with footage of his own.

John Morrison is in the back and he is talking to Snooki. He says that she probably takes a punch better than half the guys. Snooki says

Vickie says that it is Miss Gym Tan Laundry hitting on a loser superstar. Vickie says that Snooki is to stay away from Dolph. She says that Snooki isn’t that great because she is on the cover of Rolling Stone. She says that she was offered the cover of Playboy.

Snooki says that it must have been a centerfold because they can’t fit Vickie on one page.

Vickie tries to slap Snooki but Snooki blocks it and slaps Vickie in the face.

Vickie screams and we go to commercial.

We are back and Did You Know that a lot of autographs will be signed at WWE Axxess.

Match Number Two: Sheamus versus Daniel Bryan with Gail Kim for the United States Title [and Sheamus’ career]

They lock up and Sheamus with a head lock take down. Sheamus follows that with a shoulder tackle and he gets a near fall. Sheamus with kicks to Bryan and then he connects with forearms. Bryan flips over Sheamus and then hits a drop toe hold and he tries for the LeBell Lock but Sheamus gets to the ropes. Bryan kicks Sheamus to the floor and then he hits a suicide dive.

Bryan rolls Sheamus back in and then he goes up top and hits a missile drop kick and gets a near fall.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Sheamus with a rear chin lock on Bryan and he has his knee in Bryan’s back. We see footage from the commercial break when Sheamus hit a back breaker and clothesline.

Bryan with elbows but Sheamus with a back elbow. Sheamus puts Bryan in the ropes and he connects with a forearm across the chest. He adds more forearms and then he adds more for good luck. Sheamus with a running knee lift while Bryan was hanging in the ropes and he gets a near fall.

Bryan with a kick to Sheamus and then Bryan avoids a back breaker with an inside cradle. Bryan back body drops Sheamus over the top rope and Sheamus appears to have reinjured his ankle.

Sheamus returns to the ring and the referee keeps Bryan away but it was a trap. Sheamus misses the pump kick and Bryan locks in the LeBell Lock. Sheamus gets to the rope right before he was going to tap. Sheamus punches Bryan in the midsection and then he Irish whips Bryan and then he goes for a power bomb but Bryan counters with a sunset flip for a near fall.

Sheamus and Bryan exchange forearms until Bryan gains control. Bryan with kicks to Sheamus and then he unloads with a series of kicks to the chest and then one to the head but Sheamus is able to kick out.

Bryan goes up top but Sheamus connects with the pump kick and he gets the three count.

Winner: Sheamus

After the match, Sheamus goes to the announce table to celebrate his victory.

Michael Cole climbs on his chair to kill the celebration.

Cole says that he is going to commit the verbal equivalent of regicide. He tells us that is killing a king. He says that he is going to bring out a man from Lawler’s past to talk about who Jerry Lawler really is.

We go to commercial.

We are back with the Slam of the Week: Michael Cole having Steve Austin becoming the guest referee at Wrestlemania.

Michael Cole is in the ring and the crowd is showing their love. Cole wants to know if the people enjoy that Steve Austin can come out and inject himself into Cole’s ‘main event’ at Wrestlemania. Cole guarantees that Austin will have a minimal effect at Wrestlemania when he beats Jerry Lawler. Cole says that he knows how defensive Lawler gets when they talk about his family, whether living or dead. Cole isn’t going to talk about his family tonight. His family is going to talk about him.

Michael Cole brings out Brian Christopher. Brian and Cole dance in the ring while Brian’s music plays.

Michael gives Brian a mic and he welcomes him back to WWE. Cole brings up Brian’s character names and he points out that he never used Brian Lawler.

Brian says that is because all of his life, growing up, he never felt like he had a father. He tells Michael that while Jerry Lawler was off traveling the world being ‘The King’, he neglected one thing . . . him. Jerry Lawler never really wanted a child. Jerry never wanted anybody or anything to get in his spotlight.

That is why when he made it on his own to the WWE, Jerry wouldn’t acknowledge that he was his son.

Jerry gets a mic and he tells Brian that he doesn’t really know what to say. He is not the only one who is glad that Brian didn’t use the Lawler name. He says that Brian is a bigger screw up than Charlie Sheen. Just the fact that he would associate himself with a jackass like Michael Cole tells everyone what kind of a person he is.

Brian asks Jerry how it makes him feel to know that he competed at Wrestlemania before Jerry did. Brian reminds everyone that as part of Too Cool, he was one of the biggest superstars in WWE at one time. Brian asks Jerry one more time how it made him feel. Brian calls him ‘daddy’ and then he pushes Jerry. He wants to know if Jerry is going to answer him and then he slaps Jerry in the head.

Brian bumps into Jerry and then he slaps him in the head again. Brian tells Jerry that the reason he never used the Lawler name is because he is ashamed of him.

We see Cole laughing in the ring as Brian walks away from his dad. Cole says that he thought that Jerry didn’t care about his family and then he calls him a coward, pathetic, and a loser.

The Oklahoma fight song plays and Jim Ross comes out to the ring. Cole says that he was wondering when this moment would come and he would do his best John Wayne impersonation riding into the spotlight on his white horse.

Jim asks Cole if this is going far enough. He talks about Jerry’s family, he brings out Jerry’s father to humiliate and embarrass Jerry Lawler. He tells Cole that this has gone far enough.

Cole tells Ross to go away. He tells Jim that it is his show now and he is the voice of the WWE. Cole gets in Jim’s face.

Ross says that he has been meaning to talk to Cole about being the voice of the WWE. Jim says that he had the honor of sitting at ringside with Jerry Lawler. He was able to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame thanks to Raw. Jim Ross says that no one will be the ‘voice of WWE’. It is the people in the crowd and the people watching at home.

Jim says that Cole has been carried by Lawler. He has been like a mother kangaroo carrying Cole around in his pouch. He says that Cole isn’t a lovable animal. He calls Cole a varmint and a rat bastard.

Cole asks if that is how it is going to be. Michael Cole in his ring being the bigger man standing up for himself while JR walked out of the ring into the sunset with his tail tucked between his legs.

Jim was about to leave the ring, but he makes his way back into the ring. Ross takes off his jacket and Cole does the same. Cole remembers to take off his tie.

Jack Swagger comes through the crowd and he attacks Jerry Lawler.

Swagger comes into the ring and Ross wants Swagger to stop. Cole tells Swagger to teach Ross a lesson.

Swagger kicks Ross and then he puts Ross in the ankle lock. Cole gets in Ross’ face and asks him how it feels.

Lawler pulls Swagger off Ross and then Cole jumps on Lawler’s back. Swagger attacks Lawler and puts him in the ankle lock.

Cole puts Ross in the ankle lock and then he tells Ross that this is what happens when you disrespect him.

We go to commercial.

We are back with the WWE Rewind: Randy Orton doing his best to limit the membership in Nexus.

Before our next match, we see that Randy’s wife and daughter are in the crowd.

Match Number Three: Randy Orton versus Mason Ryan with CM Punk in a If Mason wins, he can be at ringside for Punk’s match at Wrestlemania but if he loses, he will probably get kicked in the head Match

They lock up and Ryan backs Orton into the corner and then he tries to punch Orton in the corner on the break but Orton moves. Orton with punches and European uppercuts. Ryan with a kick and punches to Orton. Orton with punches of his own. Ryan with an Irish whip but Orton with a clothesline out of the corner. Ryan with a boot to Orton and Randy goes down.

Ryan with a back breaker to Orton and he gets a near fall. Ryan with another back breaker and then he picks Orton back up for a third one and he gets a near fall. Ryan with a bear hug on Orton. Orton punches and head butts Ryan while we see from Punk’s vantage point. Orton with a clothesline but Ryan with a Side Effect for a near fall. Ryan looks at the Wrestlemania sign and then he picks up Orton but he takes too long and Orton with an RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

After the match, Orton poses on the turnbuckles and then he looks at Punk. Orton hesitates before leaving the ring and then he starts to make his way towards CM Punk. Orton thinks about it and he looks at Ryan getting up in the ring. Orton remembers that he had something to do on his ‘to do’ list. Orton runs into the ring and he kicks Ryan in the head. Punk gets into the ring and Orton does push ups in front of Punk as they stare down.

Punk leaves the ring and watches the medical staff bringing out a stretcher for Mason.

We have an Earlier Tonight Moment of the confrontation between Snooki and Vickie Guerrero.

We go to commercial.

We are back and it is time for the newest addition to the celebrity wing of the WWE Hall of Fame and it is former Royal Rumble participant Drew Carey.

Michael Cole interrupts Josh Mathews and he wants to remind everyone what happened earlier tonight. It was the premiere of the Michael Cole ankle lock on Raw. Cole says that he has mastered the ankle lock and he will use it to beat Jerry Lawler and humiliate him at Wrestlemania. Cole tells Jim Ross that ankle lock was a slobberknocker and he stomped a mudhole into him.

Trish Stratus is walking in the back with Snooki and Zack Ryder stops her and he asks her about his ‘situation’. Snooki likes it and then she walks with Trish as we go to commercial.

We are back and it is time for the Guest Host to come to the ring and it is Snooki. She makes her way to the ring. She says that she has been waiting for this moment all week long. She says that she is really looking forward to seeing Trish Stratus shut up Vickie Guerrero’s big mouth.

Vickie says that not only will she defeat the legend Trish Stratus, she will be rehired for Raw. Vickie says that she has some words for Snooki. She tells Snooki not to lay her hands on her again. Vickie yells at Snooki for stealing her spotlight. Vickie says that Snooki stole something very important from her. We see the cover of Rolling Stone. Vickie says that was her cover shoot. Vickie shows us the original cover. Vickie says that by the end of the night she will be the true Miss Media Darling. Vickie says that she will win tonight. Deep down inside, she is a good person.

Match Number Five: Vickie Guerrero versus Trish Stratus in a Career on the Line Part Two Match

Vickie tells Trish to wait a second so she can do some jumping jacks and other training. Trish with a rollup for a near fall while Vickie was not looking. Vickie tries for a kick but Trish blocks it and she sends Vickie to the mat. Vickie loses a shoe and Trish chases after her. Vickie gets her shoe back and she laughs maniacally. Vickie throws her shoe and she misses. Vickie gets her other shoe but Trish with a kick to Vickie and then Trish takes the shoe and she spanks Vickie with it.

Dolph Ziggler comes into the ring and she begs Trish to stop. John Morrison goes after Dolph and sends him to the floor. Morrison with a corkscrew plancha onto Dolph.

LayCool come to the ring and Michelle and Layla attack Trish and Michelle with a kick to the head for the three count.

Winner: Vickie Guerrero

After the match, Layla and Vickie take a photo with the defeated Trish. LayCool and Vickie celebrate in the ring as the reunion is complete.

Layla and Michelle make fun of Snooki after they realize that she is at ringside.

Michelle has something to say and Snooki gets in her face. Michelle pushes Snooki but Snooki pulls Michelle off the apron. Snooki with a Thesz Press to Layla and then Trish with a Thesz Press to Michelle. Trish punches Michelle while Layla tries to get away from Snooki.

LayCool and Vickie are able to get out of the ring.

Snooki, Trish, and Morrison celebrate in the ring and Dolph tells Morrison isn’t a girl.

Vickie tells Snooki that she is in over her head. Vickie says that this is her show now. Vickie says that she cannot wait to show them what they deserve on the biggest stage of them all.

She makes a challenge for Morrison, Trish, and Snooki to face Dolph Ziggler and LayCool at Wrestlemania.

Snooki accepts the challenge.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Sin Cara is in a ring surrounded by fired as he shows off what he can do in the ring.

It is time to talk about the Undertaker/Triple H match and it is time for part three of the Shawn Michaels scouting report. Shawn says that to say that the Undertaker is not intimidating, it is not true. There is a mystique, a mystery, a darkness. He is six foot ten inches tall and weighs nearly three hundred pounds. The biggest factor about Undertaker is the streak and it plays to his advantage. There is a lot of smoke and mirrors and distractions with the Undertaker if you let it get to you. You need to stay with the task at hand and it is difficult when it comes to the Undertaker.

The dynamic of the Undertaker at Wrestlemania takes a life of its own. You have him standing in front of you and that is enough, but then you add the streak and it can be too much to handle. He has never been beaten at the biggest show of them all. Shawn says that he does not know if it will be broken. He says that beating the Undertaker at Wrestlemania is the toughest thing to do.

Match Number Five: Alberto Del Rio with Brodus Clay versus John Cena

They lock up and Del Rio with a knee to Cena. They lock up again and Del Rio with a side head lock and take down. Del Rio with a shoulder tackle but Cena with a hip toss and a drop kick. Del Rio goes to the floor and we go to commercial.

We are back and Del Rio with a drop kick to Cena and he gets a near fall. Del Rio with a side head lock but Cena with a belly-to-back suplex. Cena and Del Rio both go for clotheslines and both men are down. Cena and Del Rio exchange punches as the crowd is conflicted over who to cheer and who to boo. Cena with two flying shoulder tackles followed by the Blue Thunder Bomb. Cena sets for the Five Knuckle Shuffle and he hits it to finish the Legendary Sequence. Cena gets Del Rio up for the Attitude Adjustment but Clay punches Cena and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: John Cena by disqualification

After the match, Clay and Del Rio attack Cena.

The Rock’s music plays and It is Miz with a bald cap and a Rock t-shirt.

Cena punches Clay and then he kicks Del Rio. Miz gets taken down by Cena but Clay takes care of Cena.

Miz with a Rock Bottom on Cena. Del Rio hits the running enzuigiri in the corner. Clay hits a Fallaway Slam and Cena goes to the floor.

Miz gets on the turnbuckles and poses like the Rock. Miz pulls off the bald cap and he stands over John Cena and he picks him up and runs Cena’s back into the ring post.

Miz gets on the mic and he asks Cena how his road to Wrestlemania is and then he hits Cena in the head with the mic. Miz tells Cena that he has owned him the last three weeks and he will own him for the next three, all the way to Wrestlemania. Cena gets up and Miz hits him again with the mic. Cena starts to crawl up the ramp and Miz picks up Cena and suplexes him on the ramp.

Cena punches Miz and gets him up for the Attitude Adjustment but Miz gets away and he hits a DDT on the stage. Miz picks up Cena and he throws Cena into the spinning WWE logo on the stage. Cena tries to get back to his feet and Miz waits to hit the Skull Crushing Finale and he hits it on the base of the Spinning WWE Logo.

We go to credits.
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CZW 3.14.11: Saturday Results; Best of The Best; Japan Tour Still On‏


* In the 1PW Showcase Match, one-half of the 1PW Tag Team champions,
*Kid Fite*, defeated his former student *“Unstoppable” Andy Wild*
in both men’s American debut. CZW takes over 1PW on September 23,
2011 at Electricity Sports & Social Club in Capenhurst, Ellesmere
Port, England! Visit *CZWrestling.com
* or *OneProWrestling.com

* *Drew Gulak*, after informing the crowd his status update was
“WINNING!”, was cleared out of the ring by former CZW World
Heavyweight champion *Jon Moxley*. Mox stated he was interjecting
himself into the World Title Match between champion “The EGO”
Robert Anthony and “Prince of Philadelphia” Devon Moore…as
special guest referee.

* In a high flying match up that started before either men could even
get to the ring saw *tHURTeen* pull out a victory over CZW favorite
*Ruckus*…with the help of a low blow.

* When *Maven Bentley* said *Ty Hagen* could enter Best of The
Best…if he could take it away from someone, some questioned why he
would target *Akuma* for the spot. However, Hagen hit the ring with a
new level of aggressive and went blow for blow with Akuma. But due to
some distraction by CZW Junior Heavyweight champion Adam Cole’s
valet Mia Yim and a driver off the top that resulted in a concussion
for Hagen, Akuma pulled out the victory to retain his BOTB spot.

* Australia’s *Ryan Eagles* came to the ring issuing an open
challenge saying, “Just like Charlie Sheen, I am all about
winning!” With that CZW Tag champion *Mark Briscoe* hit the ring.
This match was aggressive throughout, until former Tag champion BLK
JEEZ assaulted Mark Briscoe. The match now called a no contest, Jay
Briscoe then hit the ring.

** Jay Briscoe and BLK JEEZ*, as you would expect, destroyed each
other. But it was the deceptive mind of BLK JEEZ, using the threat of
hitting Jay with the Tag Title Belt to distract the referee, BLK JEEZ
then pulled something out of his tights to K.O. Jay Briscoe for the

* In the Best of The Best qualifier, *Ryan McBride, A.R. Fox, and Alex
Colon* pulled out all the stops in action that the ring couldn’t
contain with amazing high flying and aggressive action you would
expect to see from anyone attempting to enter BOTB! At the end, it was
A.R. Fox celebrating as he advance to The Best of The Best on April 9.

* *Greg Excellent’s* dark path took an odd turn during the
Ultraviolent Rules Match with CZW owner *DJ Hyde*…as he refused to
fight back against the boss. Two glass panes and an assortment of
weapons wouldn’t give Excellent cause to fight back or to stop
running his mouth to insult DJ Hyde. But it was Kylie Pierce who had
seen enough and literally threw herself on Excellent to stop further
punishment. Hyde in frustration and confusion walked to the back and
with Excellent’s now inability to respond the match was declared a
No Contest.

* The tension of the six-man match between *Masada, ”Golden Boy”
Drake Younger, & CZW Wired TV champion Drew Gulak w/ “Full Price”
Dewey Donovan vs. Scotty Vortekz, Danny Havok, & “Notorious 187”
Homicide* nearly took the roof off the building. It was Homicide
laying out Gulak with the cop killer for the 1-2-3!

* For the CZW World Heavyweight Title Match, champion *“The EGO”
Robert Anthony* came just inches away from guest referee *Jon Moxley
*giving a pin fall victory to *Devon Moore*. But Moxley, feigning an
arm injury attacked Moore! Ego then went for the cover with his new
friend Moxley counting the quickest three-count in history.

After the match, Mox and Anthony attempted to put away Moore for good,
but were stopped by Jay and Mark Briscoe, until BLK JEEZ entered the
fray with a chair. Jay and Mark were able to fight off the horde and
issued a challenge...JAY and MARK BRISCOE, along with DEVON MOORE...to
Titles...The Heavyweight Title...ALL ON THE LINE NEXT MONTH AT BEST OF


Big Japan Wrestling has confirmed they will still move forward with
all of their events after the recent disasters that struck their
country…and will still feature CZW stars in action.

March 21, 2011: Tokyo - Korakuen Hall

* BJW vs. CZW 6 Man Tag: Abdullah Kobayashi, Kokutenshi Jaki Numazawa,
& Kankuro Hoshino vs. DJ Hyde, Drake Younger, & Danny Havoc

* The Winger, Benkei Daikokubo, & BLK JEEZ vs. Yuichi Taniguchi,
Masahito Inaba, & Atsushi Ohashi

March 23, 2011: Toyama – Takaoka Techno Dome

* Light Tube Deathmatch: Abdullah Kobayashi vs. Drake Younger

* Ryuji Ito, Shadow WX, & CZW Ultraviolent Underground champion Yuko
Miyamoto vs. Jun Kasai, Masashi Takeda, & Danny Havoc

* Takashi Sasaki & Takumi Tsukamoto vs. DJ Hyde & BLK JEEZ

March 24, 2011: Kagawa – Takamatsu Symbol Tower

* Barbed Wire Light Bulb Boards Construction Site Death Match: Yuko
Miyamoto vs. Drake Younger

* Daisuke Sekimoto, Yuji Okabayashi, & Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Danny
Havoc, DJ Hyde, & BLK JEEZ

March 26, 2011: Fukuoka – Hakata Star Lane

* Ryuji Ito, Takashi Sasaki, Kankuro Hoshino, & Masahito Inaba vs. Jun
Kasai, Masashi Takeda, Danny Havoc, & Drake Younger

* Yoshihito Sasaki, Yuji Okabayashi, & Takumi Tsukamoto vs. Kokutenshi
Jaki Numazawa, DJ Hyde, & BLK JEEZ

March 27, 2011: Hiroshima – Hiroshima Sangyo Kaikan

* Barbed Wire Boards & Barb Wire Bats Deathmatch: Masashi Takeda vs.
Drake Younger

* Ryuji Ito, Yoshihito Sasaki, & Yuji Okabayashi vs. Shadow WX, DJ
Hyde, & Danny Havoc

* Isami Kodaka, Ray Paloma, & Takumi Tsukamoto vs. Masahito Inaba,
Kazuki Hashimoto, & BLK JEEZ

April 3, 2011: Hokkaido – Sapporo – Teisen Hall (DOUBLE HEADER

* Ryuji Ito, Abdullah Kobayashi, Yuko Miyamoto, & Kankuro Hoshino vs.
Kokutenshi Jaki Numazawa, Masashi Takeda, Mototsugu Shimizu, & Danny

* Falls Anywhere – Special Board Death Match: Jun Kasai vs. Drake

* Ryuji Ito, Kankuro Hoshino, & Mototsugu Shimizu vs. Jun Kasai, Danny
Havoc, & Drake Younger

* Yuji Okabayashi, Takumi Tsukamoto, & Kazuki Hashimoto vs. Shinya
Ishikawa, Blk Jeez, & Shoji Otani

April 4, 2011: Hokkaido – Asahikawa

* Light Tubes 6 Man Tag Deathmatch: Ryuji Ito, Takashi Sasaki, & Yuko
Miyamoto vs. Jun Kasai, Danny Havoc, Drake Younger

* Kokutenshi Jaki Numazawa & BLK JEEZ vs. Shinya Ishikawa & Takumi


“The New Horror” Sami Callihan adds another honor to his name.
First the Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup winner, he has now won wXw’s 16
Carat Cup tournament! You can be sure Callihan is looking to April 9
to add Best of The Best champion to his list of impressive


CZW brings you Best of The Best X on Saturday, April 9 to The Asylum
Arena in a doubleheader with wXw’s return to Philadelphia. You will
also be able to stream the action from both events LIVE on

Already announced for Best of The Best X:

* From CZW Akuma, Sami Callihan, Jonathan Gresham, Adam Cole, and AR

* Big Japan’s Daisuke Sekimoto

* wXw’s Zack Sabre, Jr.

* Evolve’s Chuck Taylor

* DragonGate’s Johnny Gargano

* ROH’s Kyle O’Reilly

* PWG’s Brandon Gatson

* IPW’s Jake Crist

The first round tournament brackets for Best of The Best X will be
announced LATER THIS WEEK!

* Also, the CZW Heavyweight and Tag Titles are on the line as Tag
champions The Briscoe Brothers, along with Devon Moore face CZW World
Heavyweight champion "The EGO" Robert Anthony and Philadelphia’s
Most Wanted, BLK JEEZ and Joker

* Dream Deathmatch: “Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai vs. Danny Havoc

From NYC or North Jersey and want to see all of April 9’s action?
Click to view arrangements for a bus trip to catch both CZW and wXw


THE NEXT NIGHT on April 10, CZW heads to the Ace Arena, 725 Sip Street
in Union City, NJ. Already announced – in a DREAM DEATH MATCH,
“Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai faces the returning Necro Butcher!

Also visit The “Best of The Best X” Facebook Event Site


*CZW/Big Japan Stars to Appear at K&S WrestleFest on April 9*

“Crazy Monkey” Jun Kasai and Daisuke Sekimoto will be among the
guests at this year’s K&S WrestleFest

on April 9 at The Ramada Philadelphia, 76 Industrial Hwy (Rt. 291) in
Essiington, PA.

This year’s WrestleFest will feature the likes of Bobby “The
Brain” Heenan, Orient Express (Tanaka & Sato w/ Mr. Fuji), Molly
Holly, Barry Horowitz, George South, The Sandman, Road Warrior Animal,
Lex Luger, Paul Ellering, Pat Tanaka, Doug Williams, Lance Hoyt aka
Vance Archer, “Grappler” Len Denton, Shinja Akio Sato, Salvatore
Bellomo, special guest Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, and more.

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