Alec Price, Alicia Muldoon, Carlos Esteban, Chris Matrix, Frank Rocha, Jason Devine, Kat, King Leon VI, Mike Montero, Mr. Don Vega, Ricky Medeiros, Ruby Bastein, S. O. G. Ronnie Ribs, Sensational Scott Levesque, Sgt. Muldoon, Showcase Pro Wrestling, SPW, The Fellowship, Todo Loco
Showcase Pro Wrestling
September 16, 2018
Raynham Community Pride Day
Raynham, MA USA
Ring Announcer: Sgt. Muldoon
Referee: Frank Rocha, Alicia Muldoon
Promoter: Chris Blackheart
Commissioner: John Cena Sr.
Professor’s Note: A large and rowdy crowd was treated to a real barn burner. Hats off to the wrestlers who worked this show. The sun was broiling. When we got close to the ring we could feel the heat radiating off the canvas. The wrestlers were actually in danger of burning their skin. That’s the business.
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Match 1. Carlos Esteban (with Ruby Bastein) v. Jason Devine. W – Esteban
Carlos and Devine battled back-and-forth for quite a long time in the intense sun with no one having a clear advantage. The difference maker was Ruby Bastein who distracted Devine from the apron. Devine was about to finish Carlos when he dropped him and foolishly went over to try to get Ruby. Carlos came up from behind and rolled him up for a win. This was not cheating, not even fair cheating. Carlos’ clean win was even acknowledged by Sgt. Muldoon after the match.
Match 2. Chris Matrix v. Ricky Medeiros. W – Medeiros
Devine’s tag team partner was next to face a SPW superstar, Former Heavyweight and Tag Team Champion, Chris Matrix. Matrix beat up on the smaller man, doing fun things like eye gouges and tilt-a-whirls. He also made a series of sexist remarks to Referee Muldoon. Matrix object to a slow count which allowed Ricky the chance to escape a pin (we agree). While making his case to the referee, Medeiros came from behind and rolled him up. After Medeiros’ interview with Sgt. Muldoon, Matrix Peal Harbored him (completely justified). As a smart ringside observer and Matrix both said, this was a ripoff.
Match 3. Sensational Scott Levesque (with Ruby Bastein) v. Mike Montero. W – Levesque
Montero is good. Very good. But he had to face The Premiere Wrestler of New England in 88 degree weather, in full sun, with a black apron. Few men would have been able to function at all let alone survive an encounter with #1. Montero was able to use his acrobatic style to knock Scott off-balance a few times but in the end Mr. Levesque finished the upstart with his trademark DDT without even cheating. Ruby not a factor.
Match 4. Heavyweight Championship: S.O.G. Ronnie Ribs (C) v. King Leon VI. W – Ribs
The King was displeased with the lack of deference from the crowd. For some reason people refused to bow to their king. Mr. Ribs took offense at the royal personage’s derogatory remarks to the peasants. Ribs had his hands full with the monarch. His majesty is a very big man with the strength to match. What’s surprising is his speed. He used it to run into the crowd in an attempt to escape The Champion. This backfired when Ribs scratched his back, chopped him, and banged his face into a parked van. Ribs finished The King with back-to-back leg drops on his head followed by a clean pin.
Match 5. Sons of Liberty Championship: Alec Price (C) v. Todo Loco. W – Price (DQ)
Todo Loco is a Mexican legend and is one of the biggest stars in New England. The fact that he traveled up to Raynham to appear at SPW is a testament to the company and its promoter, Mr. Blackheart. Young Price is a natural talent but he’s still inexperienced. He didn’t know what to make of a Luchador style. Todo Loco dominated. Every time Price tried to set him up, he wasn’t in the same spot anymore. Todo Loco would have won if Referee Rocha had not been temporarily stunned when Price somehow recovered from a back breaker and pushed the Mexican into the ref. Todo Loco had Price beat when he tried to revive Mr. Rocha. The Referee regained his senses and inexplicably disqualified the Luchador. Price got very, very lucky.
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