Alicia Muldoon, Amanda Fox, Annabelle, Big Dog Butler, Cargill Vinton, Carlos, Chris Blackheart, Chris Cruise, Chris Matrix, Diabolical Scott Ledeur, Five Star Jace, Honest Abe, Jack Krueger, Jared, Kid Reflex Eric Dylan, Kyle Rocha, Mack Attack, Mike Montero, Monster Mack, Mr. Frank Rocha, Nacoma, Richie Rich, Scott Ledeur, Sgt. Muldoon, Superstar Shawn Candido, Team Number 1, Tequila Rose, The Maniacal Jack Krueger, The Stacked Deck, Trainee 1, Trash Man Rob Roberts, Zack Belair
Showcase Pro Wrestling
September 8, 2017
Showcase Pro Wrestling Training Center & Arena
Woonsocket, RI USA
Ring Announcer: Jared, Sgt. Muldoon
Referees: Zack Belair, Kyle Rocha, Anthony Warren
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha
What a great start to fall. The place was packed. We were able to speak briefly with some great people from the business (Kellan Thomas and John Casey from NCW) who were watching the show. One of the reasons why we love the Wrestling Business is the joy that the workers take in watching others do their thing. PS: NCW is amazing – check it out.
Mr. Blackheart and company continue to build a great organization by providing top value to fans, and providing opportunities for, as Sgt. Muldoon says, “The Superstars of Tomorrow”.
(Videos will be available Monday 11 September after 10:00 p.m. EST on our YouTube Channel)
Match 1. Five Star Jace (with Honest Abe) v. Carlos v. Eric Dylan. W – Dylan
Jace came out shooting off his big mouth about how he was going to annihilate Carlos. Then “Kid Reflex” Dylan entered the contest. Jace punished Carlos for sure, but the 2016 Rookie of The Year held his own. Dylan has only recently returned from a long absence. He surprised everyone by dominating this contest. Dylan threw Jace out of the ring and put Carlos in a painful technical stretch in which he would not tap. Dylan deftly put his shoulders to the mat. Honest Abe a non-factor despite cane shenanigans.
Match 2. The Disorder (The Maniacal Jack Krueger & Diabolical Scott Ledeur with Annabel) v. Mack Attack (Monster Mack & Trainee #1). W – The Disorder
How does a hard-working team from Normandy respond to this level of insanity? The answer is yet to be found. Mack Attack did their veteran best to counter the completely unpredictable and ruthless strategy of The Disorder. They held their own but in the end confusion prevailed. This match ended when Kreuger Bulldogged Monster Mack’s head into Ledeur’s knees. He then gave Scott the honor of the pin.
Match 3. Amanda Fox confronts Nacoma
Alicia Muldoon is going back to her roots following a revelatory vision quest. She’s now Nacoma (sp.), an Indian Warrior. She was reintroducing herself in the ring when long-time rival, and SPW Alpha Female, Amanda Fox came out and started mocking her (and Jared the Ring Announcer) mercilessly. It was hilarious. Fox came just to the edge of poor taste when out of nowhere Tequila Rose emerged from the audience and made her presence known. Ms. Fox derisively called her “Spanish Fly” which did not sit well with Ms. Rose. Fox declined to wrestle, citing other obligations. It’s wonderful to see SPW building a women’s division, after so many years as an all-male promotion. Now if only a certain recently retired superstar can be coaxed back into the business…
Match 4. “The Spectacular” JC (with Honest Abe) v. Chris Matrix. W – Matrix (DQ)
We never claim to be impartial, only fair (Fair being a flexible term in Professional Wrestling). As huge fans of the great Chris Matrix we tried several times to rattle JC with ringside jibes. It didn’t work. He stayed focused. JC showed some real talent and capitalized on his height to give Matrix some real punishment. Matrix reciprocated, as expected. This time Honest Abe was a factor. He provided JC with his cane which the wrestler used on Matrix’ head. Referee Belair wasn’t having it and called the match a DQ win for Matrix.
Match 5: Tag Team Championship: Team #1 (Superstar Shawn Candido & Richie Rich) v. The Stacked Deck (Chris Cruise & Mike Montero). Double Count Out
The Stacked Deck has emerged as a formidable team across New England. On any given night they could unhorse champions. That’s probably why Richie Rich decided to remove The Superstar from harm’s way. The Team then walked out of the room, titles intact. When you are the Champions, that’s your prerogative.
Match 6. Trash Man Rob Roberts v. Buck Nasty. W – Carlos
Buck still holds some kind of weird grudge against Rob. Probably because Rob left his side to become The Trash Man. Nasty is hard to beat but Roberts found a way to give back a good deal of pain to the big man. Then Cargill stepped in to deliver a speech about his dark side conversion and spoiled the match. Cargill lectured The Trash Man and then shot a fireball into the sanitation worker’s eyes. Cargill and Buck ended up leaving together, presumably the beginning of a new evil faction. Mr. Roberts was helped out of the ring by the officials, on the way to a medical appointment.
Match 7: Woonsocket Rumble. W – Carlos
Battle Royal events are impossible to dissect without significant analysis of the video. Suffice it to say that this was one of the better ones. (You should view the video when it comes out on Monday on our YouTube Channel). Carlos once again wins a battle royal. His prize is a place in the upcoming tournament for the Sons of Liberty Championship, a new SPW title.
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