June 17, 2016
Showcase Pro Wrestling Training Center & Arena
Woonsocket, RI USA
Ring Announcer: Jake Diamond
Referees: Chris Mack (Senior Official Emeritus), Zack Belair
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha
Timekeeper: Mr. Frank Rocha
(Videos will be available Monday 20 June after 10:00 p.m. EST on our YouTube Channel)
Match 1. Buck Nasty vs. Carlos Esteban. W – Nasty
It appears allergy season is still in full swing as Buck Nasty repeatedly cleared his nostrils sans kleenex, hitting innocent spectators more than one time. Gross. Nasty completely dominated and destroyed his young opponent. Nasty finishes the Peruvian off with his classic splash off the 2nd rope. After the bell he threw the semi-conscious Esteban through the ropes and onto the hard floor. He then got into an exchange with a prominent female fan which was in poor taste to say the least.
Nasty Domination. Image: The Professor
It’s Over. Image: The Professor
Match 2. Richie Rich v. Rob The Trash Man. W – Rich (KO)
WWF star Rich is no longer an associate of former champion Superstar Shawn Candido. He’s decided to show New England that he’s contender material on his own. He did so tonight against Rob The Trash Man, beating him decisively. This is no small feat because veteran Rob is on a similar mission. He’s now a singles wrestler due to injuries to former partner (now manager) Joe The Trash Man. Rob has a hardcore background with an ability to apply unexpected vicious punishment at any time. Rich managed to get the sanitation worker into a sleeper and quickly got the win.
Goodnight Sweet Trash Man. Image: The Professor
Rich Victorious. Image: The Professor
Match 3. Keith Youngblood v. Ryan Silva. W – Youngblood
Two unknown young newcomers put on a decent match in Woonsocket. Silva was overconfident and it led to his loss. Youngblood gets him with a power bomb and pin.
Youthful Hubris and the Adolescent Brain. Image: The Professor
Silva Chokes Youngblood. Image: The Professor
Match 4. Captain’s Match: Sammy Deleon (Kool People) v. Nicholas Night (TNT). W – Night
This was supposed to be a #1 contenders tag match to determine Saturday’s match against The Fellowship but The Fittest Man in The World, Dan Terry, could not make it to Woonsocket for some reason. Nick Night had no partner so Sgt. Muldoon called a Captain’s Match. Kool People chose Sammy Deleon to represent the team. Nick gave the youth “a wrestling lesson” and then some. Sammy is getting better every month but he could not match Night’s years of ring experience. Nick masterfully reverses a sunset flip to pin young Deleon. TNT prevails. After the match loudmouth Daniel Evans came out and tried to provoke DJ AC into a match (which happened later in the show).
Chris Mack, Nick Night, and Sammy Deleon. Image: The Professor
Outwrestled by The Veteran. Image: The Professor
Evans is sick of Kool People. Image: The Professor
Match 5. Chris Matrix v. Todd Harris (with Micky O’Shea). W – Matrix
Harris was embarrassed badly by star wrestler Matrix and predictably heaped abuse on his bodyguard, blaming him for the defeat. Mr. O’Shea took it like a man and remained composed throughout the youngster’s tantrum. Sgt. Muldoon entered after Matrix dispatched Harris, appointed O’Shea as a new SPW referee, and had his niece Alicia fight Harris. Alicia pinned Todd quickly and the humiliation was doubled.
Matrix Quickly Dispatches Harris. Image: The Professor
O’Shea Castigated by the Canadian Scion. Image: The Professor
There’s a Second Female Trainee Making Her Mark. Image: The Professor
Match 6. Cargill Vinton v. “The Clinic” Chris James. W – Vinton
Former champion meets rising SPW force. James is very strong so was able to give the veteran a good fight. Again experience makes the difference as Mr. Vinton ends it with a neck breaker and a clean pin.
Former and Future SPW Champion Cargill Vinton. Image: The Professor
The Clinic Chris James. Image: The Professor
Victory. Image: The Professor
Match 7. Dangerous Daniel Evans v. DJ AC. W – DJ AC
Evans is truly dangerous. Despite our initial dismissal of him as a ham-and-egger, this guy is the real thing. AC was lucky to survive this match. We look at Evans as a future heel champion. Both men pummeled the other through a slog of a match. DJ AC finished Evans with a backwards slam with a pin. Evans cold cocks referee Belair in a post match tantrum.
Strength. Image: The Professor
Cruelty. Image: The Professor
SPW Champion Shows us The Gold. Image: The Professor
Match 8. Memphis Blues (Johnny Campbell & Kuma) v. Rob The Giant Araujo & Brian Partington. W – Memphis Blues
The diminutive team technically outwrestled the bluesmen but tonight size prevailed. We don’t remember Kuma being as big as he appeared against Araujo and Partington tonight but the guy is huge and tall. Despite inflicting significant damage on Memphis Blues, with plenty of double teaming, Campbell power slams Partington and Kuma Frog Splashes him with a pin.
The Giant. Image: The Professor
Memphis Blues. Image: The Professor
Cannonball. Image: The Professor
Matt Storm Presents Cartel Offer to Sgt. Muldoon
Storm offered a treaty in which the Cartel would agree to never physically assault Muldoon or his family members ever again in exchange for his shares in SPW. Sgt. Muldoon did not accept to Storm’s severe disappointment. Muldoon will face Redemption Saturday at The Moose as planned.
The Offer. Image: The Professor
The Response. Image: The Professor
Match 9: Main Event SPW Heavyweight Championship: Benny Blanco (C) v. Diabolical Scott Ledeur. W – Blanco (Submission)
Both men have obviously been hitting the gym and look to be in the best shape in quite some time. Blanco no doubt to keep his belt, Ledeur to take his belt. Ledeur showed the promise we’ve always seen in him but an unfortunate lack of focus allowed Blanco to recover from some early errors and win the match when he put Ledeur in a stretch for the tap.
The Sadism of Scott Ledeur. Image: The Professor
Blanco Recovers. Image: The Professor
Still Champion. Image: The Professor
Saturday June 18, 2016
Bell Time: 7:07pm
Attleboro Moose Lodge