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1. Unforgiven/Cargill Vinton Signing for March 21 Championship Match

A table and contracts was set up in the ring and a big signing event was planned.  In order to keep Unforgiven from sneaking away the entire locker room as brought out in a cordon.  He managed to sneak away.  The match is a go anyway.

2. Cargill Vinton vs. Beau Douglas. W- Vinton

Beau pulled a sneak attack at the end of the signing fiasco and for some reason had a pineapple with him in the ring (reason for this became clear later in the night).  The Professor warned Beau that Vinton is on a roll on the radio earlier in the day but Beau knows best.  Vinton pinned him in a clean victory.

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Image by: The Professor


3. Dr. Roger Williams vs. Wayne Winslow.  
W – Williams

Young Winslow’s questionable mentor didn’t show up and was nagging the kid on a cell phone.  Winslow seemed confused and kept going backstage and you could here him calling Candido “Coach”.  The crowd yelled for him to hang up on the bum.  He was finally coaxed into the ring by the referee.  Despite a strong effort the youngster was stretched out and submitted to Dr. Williams.  The Professor almost got a Blowpop but gave his to a kid sitting in the crowd.  Next time.  Both wrestlers are getting better at every show.  It’s a credit to the SPW school.  The Professor and his co-conspirator had planned a verbal beatdown on Candido and were disappointed he chose to stay home and paint his toenails.

4. Dr. Roger Williams vs. Jack Krueger .  W – Williams

Krueger interfered with a Sgt. Muldoon Lockdown Segment and tried his best to no avail.  Williams was warmed up and did another stretch for a submission.

5. Don Vega vs. Unforgiven. (No Contest)

Vega finally had his chance to get back his title after his shoulder injury.  Both men went at it hard.  Unforgiven had Vega in a nasty Figure 4 at one point.  The lights went out as usual in an Unforgiven match and who was standing in the ring holding a chair ready to strike? Vinton.  It was unclear which man he was after.  Vega confronted Vinton in the continuation of their misunderstanding/feud.  Unforgiven managed to sneak out and Vega lost his chance.  He was pissed.

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Image by: The Professor's Co-Conspirator

Image by: The Professor’s Co-Conspirator

6. Mike McCarthy vs. Keanu.  W – Keanu (Disqualification)

(See video on this site)  McCarthy gave his usual amazing performance, at one time flicking food from a plastic fork into the ref’s face.  Keanu put his best effort in and they battled hard for quite some time until McCarthy got Keanu into his famous “CTFO”.  Keanu tapped out and that should have been the end of it but he wouldn’t release the hold so the ref gave the match to Keanu.  Some sort of violation of sportsmanship or compliance with referee instructions.   McCarthy robbed himself but he clearly won.  Crowd on the side of Keanu with one notable exception who heckled Keanu with “You Lost Buddy, You tapped out”.  That would be the Professor.   McCarthy bailed and a dazed Keanu stayed in the ring for a Sgt. Muldoon Lockdown Segment.

Video by: The Professor

7. Beau Knows Interview Segment 1: “The Pineapple”

Keanu finds out what the Pineapple was for.  See for yourself.

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Video by: The Professor

8. Dan Terry vs. Brandon Webb. W – Terry

The Devil’s Reject returns after a long absence to face Fitness Man Dan Terry.  Terry as usual antagonized the audience about being out of shape, including a little kid.  Webb looked to be in great shape since the Professor last saw him in summer 2013.  Terry gets the pin.

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9. Eternity vs. The Refflers.  W – Eternity (Count Out)

No Class Rich Bass once again no shows.  Matrix nowhere in site.  Ledeur takes on Eternity alone based on a letter of instruction from Rich Bass.  Ledeur shows us his skill (which is growing all the time) and gives Flex and Nick Night a run for their money.  He worked his butt off for the crowd and it was worthy of a main event.  Ledeur smartly finds the Sarge’s handcuffs and cuffs himself to the ring, resulting in a count out that saves him for another day.  Ledeur gets better with every show.  The Professor sees the Refflers eventually displacing the complacent Eternity for the SPW Tag Team Title.

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Another Typical Night for The Refflers. Image by: The Professor’s Co-Conspirator

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