Showcase Pro Wrestling Results & Reviews Taunton, MA 13 Jan. 2018

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Showcase Pro Wrestling
January 13, 2018
Taunton VFW
Taunton, MA USA

Ring Announcer: Nick Diamond
Referees: Rob Roberts, Alicia Muldoon
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha (not in attendance)
Substitute Commissioner & Bell Keeper: Ruby Bastien

Professor’s Note: A decent house despite the N.E. Patriots playoff game. The Taunton VFW is now one of the best wrestling rooms in New England due to a great configuration and lighting. Rare displays of sportsmanship, the return of the amazing Bobby Ocean, His Royal Majesty King Leon VI grants an audience. Match of the Night: Roberts punishing the punk Price.

Match videos will be available after 9:00 p.m EST 16 Jan. at our YouTube channel.

Match 1. Sons of Liberty Championship: Diabolical Scott Ledeur v. Travis Jaillet v. Dante. W – Ledeur

Scott appeared without his second, the living doll Annabelle. He made short work of newcomer Jaillet, tying up his arms behind his back and applying a vicious neck breaker. Then out of nowhere, strange music filled the room and a video appeared on the ringside screen. Jack Krueger, apparently from a remote location, had Annabelle in his possession. He told Scott that he had to choose between The Doll or his Sons of Liberty title. He then poured gasoline on the doll and lit a match. The screen went blank and Ledeur became understandably outraged. We’ll have to wait and see on this one.

Travis Jaillet. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Quick Work. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Disbelief. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

His Royal Majesty King Leon VI Addresses His Subjects

We were blessed with the presence of King Leon VI who condescended to travel to Taunton to claim The SPW Championship. The crowd objected to his characterization of them as “Peasants” for some reason. Champion Chris Matrix came out to counter the royal presence, taking his crown in the process. A match was set for later in the evening.

His Grace King Leon VI. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

His Magnificence King Leon VI. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Extreme Disrespect for an Anointed King. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 2. Bobby Ocean v. Carlos Esteban. W – Ocean

In a real treat for the fans, Bobby Ocean returns after quite some time. He’s from the Hartford/Springfield area, and quite accomplished throughout the Northeast. He put on a wrestling clinic, displaying ample mat wrestling technique. Mr. Ocean put his knees up as Carlos landed from the top rope. This stunned the youngster enough for Ocean to kick him in the face and apply the pin. After the match the opponents shook hands in a great display of sportsmanship for the kids in the crowd.

The Amazing Bobby Ocean. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Ocean Schools Esteban. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Sportsmanship. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 3. Tag Team Championship: The Stacked Deck (C, Chris Cruise & Mike Montero) v. The Fellowship (S.O.G. Ronnie Ribs & Dante). W – The Stacked Deck

The Fellowship need to get their squad back from The Valley of The Lion. What’s the point of a Freebird team if you only have 2 guys? Ribs and Dante might well of taken the title back had not Cruise knocked Ribs’ head into the ring post, disabling him. The Stacked Deck then double teamed Dante for the pin. In a second display of good sportsmanship of the night, The Fellowship raised the hands of The Stacked Deck in victory. This is far from over.

Soldier of God Ronnie Ribs. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

The End. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Chris Cruise. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 4.  Heavyweight Championship: Chris Matrix (C) v. His Royal Highness King Leon VI. W – Matrix

The King used his size to his advantage and inflicted severe blows on The Champion. It wasn’t enough. Matrix is renowned for absorbing punishment and wearing out big men. This is what he did in this contest, applying a face breaker and pin. Matrix reigns supreme.

Roberts Checks The Champion. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

L’Arrogance Royale. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

King v. Commoner. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 5. Rob Roberts v. Alec Price. W – Price

Price came out and took the mic to further pursue his vision of the relationship between the sexes. He had some antique videos projected to which he gave his upsetting commentary. He then disrespected Referee Roberts, an accomplished wrestler temporarily resting the war wounds of a long career. Mr. Roberts decided to teach the punk a lesson. Alicia Muldoon came in as ref and a match ensued. Roberts managed to inflict some damage but the kid from The Bell Time Club got the upper hand. He pulled a dress and lipstick out of his gear bag and put the garment on Roberts and smeared his face with lipstick in a disgraceful display. He will likely pay for this affront on January 17th when he meets Amanda Fox in one-on-one combat.

A Lesson Must be Taught. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Veteran v. Newcomer. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Humiliation. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Next Shows:

February 2, 2018
Bell Time: 7:47 pm
SPW Arena
126 Main St.
Woonsocket, RI

Febr
uary 3, 2018
Bell Time: 7:07
The Moose
Attleboro, MA

 

 

Showcase Pro Wrestling Results & Reviews Woonsocket, RI 6 Jan. 2018

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Showcase Pro Wrestling
January 6, 2018
Showcase Arena
Woonsocket, RI USA

Ring Announcer: Sergeant Muldoon
Referee: Rob Roberts
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha (not in attendance)
Substitute Commissioner & Bell Keeper: Ruby Bastien

Professor’s Note: A big crowd despite 7 degrees outside and Woonsocket’s lack of shoveled sidewalks. A great start to the new year. Match of the night: Buddy Romano comes perilously close to taking the Heavyweight Championship from Chris Matrix.

Match videos will be available after 9:00 p.m EST 9 Jan. at our YouTube channel.

Lockdown: Sergeant Muldoon Interviews Superstar Shawn Candido

An unusually circumspect Shawn Candido explained his plans. Team #1 is no more. Rich and Candido have decided to pursue solo opportunities with no hard feelings. They held the titles for the second longest reign in SPW history. Heads held high. It was quite an accomplishment. Look for Mr. Candido to go after the Heavyweight Title again. He has to be a top contender after the amazing few years he’s had.

Superstar Shawn Candido and Sergeant Muldoon. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 1. Travis Jaillet v. Dante. W – Jaillet

Mr. Jaillet is a second generation wrestler from Worcester, MA. He looks very young and surprisingly gave Dante a hard time (Dante is still introduced as “The Apprentice” though he’s quite seasoned after years of S.O.G. and Osirus’ tutelage). After a lot of grab and go, Jaillet spoils Dante’s high rope finisher (he took too long) and drops The Fellowship member on his face for the pin.

Jaillet & Dante. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Jaillet pins The Apprentice. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 2. S.O.G. Ronnie Ribs v. Carlos Esteban. W – Ribs

Journeyman Carlos put up a good fight against a man with what The Professor calls “Earned Arrogance”. Ribs is on his way to another SPW title in 2018. It’s only a matter of when. Ribs brought out a solo version of the famous Fellowship finisher “The Nail in The Cross”. That was it for Carlos.

Earned Arrogance. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

S.O.G. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Nail in The Cross. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 3. Chris Cruise v. Buck Nasty. W – Cruise

A jaded Buck Nasty still blames everyone around him for his problems. He feels he should be Champion and based on his size, meanness, and skill, he has a point. He gave the much smaller Cruise a series of punishing beatings. Cruise used his speed and prowess to counter as best he could but it looked like Buck was about to destroy him with a Nasty Splash when the Tag Team Champion quickly rolled out from danger. Nasty was stunned after landing full on the canvas. Cruise amazingly rolled him up for a pin.

Cruise & Nasty. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

A Beating. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Cruise Rolls up Nasty. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Amanda Fox & Alicia Muldoon Interview

Ms. Fox is angry that a punk kid from The Bell Time Club has come in to SPW and disrespected her and women’s wrestling. She announced her intention to not only destroy Alec Price but to join with Alicia to take the Tag Team Championship. Alicia has been medically cleared to wrestle after a health scare which is great news for her and all of us. Price came out and riled up The Alpha Female with sexist trash talk. Professor’s advice: Do not mess with Amanda Fox.

Amanda Fox Explains What Price is in For. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Price & Fox. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 4.  Sons of Liberty Championship: Diabolical Scott Ledeur (C with Annabelle) v. Alec Price. W – Ledeur

Benny Jux’ training is paying off for Alec Price. He gave the demented Champion a good match and might have pulled an upset if the consequences of his big mouth had not come back to bite him. Price almost had Ledeur pinned when a blast of music distracted both him and Referee Roberts. Amanda Fox came out and ruined his match, bouncing his neck off the top rope, allowing Scott to easily pin the punk.

Diabolical Scott Ledeur. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

The Madness of Scott Ledeur. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Fox Enraged. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Match 5. Heavyweight Championship: Chris Matrix (C) v. “The Bitter Man” Buddy Romano. Time Expired Draw

Buddy took the mike and admonished the crowd for not properly supporting the athletes with noise. He has a point. Perhaps it was the subzero temperature that kept the fans subdued.

Match of the night. Buddy came very close to taking the title. If it weren’t for the 15 minutes being eaten up, anything could have happened. The Bitter Man showed us all that he deserves to be the #1 Contender. He almost wore Matrix out, as both men showed us what technical wrestling is all about. As good as Chris Matrix is, he must be concerned with the fact that SPW attracts the best from all over New England. They all want what he has. It’s going to be an interesting 2018.

Romano & Muldoon. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Even Matchup. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Buddy Attempts to End it. © wrestlingprofessor.wordpress.com

Next Show:

January 13, 2018
Bell Time: 7:07 pm
Doors: 7:00pm
82 Ingell St.
Taunton VFW

 

NCW 2017 Season Awards

We voted. Looking forward to the results and a great 2018 NCW season.

Northeast Championship Wrestling

2017 was an incredible year for Northeast Championship Wrestling, with  NCW at war with itself  against The Uprising all season. Now through Wednesday January 31st, 2018 you can cast your vote for your favorites from the NCW’s 2017 Season right here on theNCW.com!

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Prophet v. Genesis in GNW. We need them here.

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Jeremy Prophet and Genesis used to be regulars at New England Championship Wrestling. Unfortunately our broken work permit and immigration system have kept them away for too long. We can only follow them from afar on the Internet. At least until we head north to Canada on a long overdue scouting trip.

Here’s a full afternoon at Great North Wrestling from 5 November in Rockland, Ontario. Also on the card is Lady Yasmine, GNW Women’s Champion.

We need all three of these athletes down here as soon as possible.

The Bell Time Club

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We were guests of The Bell Time Club Wrestling School in Wakefield, MA USA last night. We were there shooting phase II of our Extreme Enforcer Paul Richard video series.

It was fascinating to see what aspiring wrestlers have to go through to become trained properly by seasoned professionals. (We will publish videos of this evening at a later date).

Thanks to Beau Douglas, Benny Jux, and Paul Richard for this insider opportunity.

Benny Jux Instructs. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Paul Richard & Beau Douglas providing wisdom. Image: The Wrestling Professor

The Extreme Enforcer Paul Richard. Image: The Wrestling Professor

Mean Gene Okerlund

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Mean Gene Okerlund was born on this day in 1942.  He’s 75 years old.  He is one of the greatest Wrestling announcer and interviewers in the history of the sport.  Mean Gene was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2006. Mr. Okerlund is semi-retired.

Mr. Okerlund worked for the AWA, WWF, and WCW.  The Professor’s fondest Mean Gene moments were his legendary interviews with Macho Man Randy Savage. The two men had a chemistry that has never, and will never be duplicated.

Mr. Okerlund in his AWA days.

Mean Gene makes history with The Macho Man Randy Savage in the greatest promo in the history of professional wrestling