Showcase Pro Wrestling
February 4, 2017
Attleboro, MA USA
Ring Announcer: Sgt. Muldoon
Referees: Zack Carter, Zack Belair, Foxy, Anthony Warren
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: Mr. Frank Rocha
Sgt. Muldoon. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Professor’s Notes: Legend Don Vega on the card was more than enough. SPW continues to feature top talent. Tommy Mack and Jack Krueger return. A Women’s Division is in development. Tonight we got to see a new female star, Madame Butterfly. 2017 is off to a roaring start for this company.
Match videos will be available after 10:00 p.m EST 7 February at our YouTube channel.
Match 1. Diabolical Scott Ledeur (with Annabel) v. Chris Matrix. W – Matrix
Scott’s recovery continues. He’s still “special” but his focus is improving, allowing him to use his considerable powers. He really beat up on Matrix (who reciprocated brutally). It seems that Mr. Ledeur is insensible to pain which is a huge competitive advantage. Matrix got the pin, exclaiming that no matter how crazy Ledeur is, he knows him. We feel that Ledeur, if he continues on this path, could contend for the SPW Heavyweight Championship. Has there ever been a mentally disturbed champion?
Ledeur Hurts Matrix. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Diabolical Scott Ledeur. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Matrix Wins. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Lockdown Segment: Sgt. Muldoon,Buck Nasty, Nick Night, Chris Cruise, and Tommy Mack
This was supposed to be Buck’s spot but he was crowded out by the other aspirants. This is what a champion has to put up with. Tommy Mack claimed not to know who Mr. Nasty was, which was quite the insult. Buck kept his cool and left intact.
Conflict. Image: The Wrestling Professor
I Don’t Know Who You Are. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 2. Carlos v. Dante. W – Carlos
SPW is a school and as such develops young talent like Carlos and Dante. This is one of the prime reasons the company is able to offer consistent rich cards. Carlos applies his Bulldog followed by a pin. Dante raises his hand in an example of good sportsmanship.
Carlos & Dante. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Exhaustion. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 3. Trash Man Rob Roberts v. The Maniacal Jack Krueger. W – Krueger
Mr. Roberts was tentative at first, given Krueger’s bizarre behavior and history but he ended up giving an explosive performance. He’s waiting for partner Joe to heal, but in the meantime is performing well as a singles wrestler. Krueger is Krueger – hard to read and impossible to predict. Krueger escapes a Gator Roll and puts Rob away with a Bulldog.
Jack Krueger. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Trash Man Brings It. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Warning for Ledeur. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 4. “The Punisher” Don Vega v. Osiris. W – Osiris (DQ)
The legend meets one of the most effective workers on the scene today. This may have been one of the toughest matches of Osiris’ career. Mr. Vega dominated most of the match. Just because Mr. Vega used a flagpole on Osiris’ abdomen, the referee stole a definitive result from the fans, awarding the match to Osiris on a DQ.
That’s Mr. Vega to You. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Vega Stretches Osiris. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 5. Nick Night v. Chris Cruise. W – Night
Chris Cruise has been causing problems in other people’s matches for weeks and finally someone of stature decided to do something about it. After a spirited and mostly even contest, Night cracked Cruise’s face on his knees, sending him out of the ring and into the orbit of a taunting Chris Matrix. Night wins by count out.
Cruise Bruises. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Cruise & Night. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Once and Future Champion. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 6. Alicia Muldoon v. Madame Butterfly. W – Madame Butterfly
Foxy was once again the special referee and the person responsible for brining a new talent to SPW, Madame Butterfly from Paris, France. Alicia did her best to deal with sketchy officiating (her view, not ours. Foxy played it straight in our opinion) and a much bigger and stronger woman opponent. Madam Butterfly dominated and finished Alicia with a Sunset Flip and pin (Foxy accidentally interfered). Krueger then came out with Annabelle (Scott Ledeur’s doll) and taunted the Parisian for some reason.
Alicia dared put hands on the referee. She should probably be suspended for attacking a licensed referee.
Alicia Enraged. Image: The Wrestling Professor
She Played in Straight Down The Middle. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Strong Officiating. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Madame Butterfly. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Krueger Taunts The Lady From Paris. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 7. Non-Title Match: Heavyweight Champion Buck Nasty v. “Heart Attack” Tommy Mack. W – Mack
Buck Nasty had a rough weekend. After a shock loss to Matrix on Friday, he loses again to Mack. Mack took advantage of Nick Night wresting Mack’s ball peen away from Buck to finish The Champion with a spear and a pin. Buck’s head must be spinning. He needs some quiet contemplation in a secure location to get his mind back in the game and the realities of having to defend the title.
Tommy Mack. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Nasty & Mack. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Buck Threatens Mack. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Match 8. Team Number 1 (Richie Rich & Superstar Shawn Candido with Doctor Ozone) v. The Harris Country Club (Todd Harris & Malik Logan). W – The Harris Country Club (DQ)
We give credit to The Harris Country Club for taking on the veteran champions. It’s almost impossible to beat them when Doctor Ozone is at ringside. The kids did well and had a good chance until Mr. Rich accidentally bumped the referee who fell to the floor unconscious. Sadly, he revived and disqualified The Champions. All three members of Team Number 1 extracted a savage revenge, beating down the youths without mercy.
Candido & Rich. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Harris & Candido. Image: The Wrestling Professor
All in a Day’s Work. Image: The Wrestling Professor
Saturday, February 18 Taunton MA @ 7:07
Friday March 3 Woonsocket RI @ 7:47
Saturday, March 25 Taunton MA @ 7:07
Friday, April 7 Woonsocket RI @ 7:47
Saturday, April 8 Attleboro MA @ 7:07
Friday, May 5 Woonsocket RI @ 7:47
Saturday, May 6 Taunton MA @ 7:07