Tuesday, September 22, 2015

IWE report 9/18/2015 Fairfield, Maine

IWE September 18, 2015
Fairfield Community Center

Finally, for the first time in over 9 months I was able to return to the Fairfield Community Center for a night of Professional Wrestling!  The last time I was there was in December 2014 for MEW.  I actually found myself getting very excited when I hit the exit ramp knowing what was to come.  

I met up with Roy at the Fairfield House of Pizza for some pie and great wrestling conversation.

We were met at the show by Mikey and Phil was there.  The show started 15 minutes late, which is not surprising.  What was surprising was that the rest of the show was well timed out with a reasonable intermission. 

Here’s the card:

The Mutts defeated John “The Bomb” Bryar and Aiden Andrews after Andrews was pinned.  Sonny wasn’t there so Bomb started the match on his own before Aiden ran in to become Bomb’s partner.  He proved to be useless as he was quickly pinned.

In Inter-gender action Sara D’Errico (Cali) defeated Levi Lexington w/ Beavis after hitting Diamond Dust.  Sara is Cali repackaged and renamed, same wrestling style though.

Primer Inc defeated Big Moxie & JP O’Reilly with Roadblock with a reverse DDT/double foot stomp on O’Reilly.  Big Moxie was better than I thought he would be.  With time and continued training he could be pretty good.

“Tower of Power” Mark Moment defeated Kenyon Mora.  I thought this would be better but the two just didn’t click. 

Twin Cities & MEW Champion: Adam Ricker pinned Crash Landing w/ Beavis.  This match wasn’t bad at all, mostly because it was kept to just a few minutes.  Greenleaf did his best to screw it up by botching  clear 3 count saying Crash kicked out, when he hadn’t, that or Crash forgot to kick out, either way it was botched.   Ricker hit the big ending for the win.

IWE Champion: Alexander Lee defeated “Da Hey Man” Eric Johnson.  I thought for sure that Eric would win the belt back on his retirement tour for one last run as champ and even retire as champion.

All and all not a bad show but my favorite part was spending time with my wrestling friends before, during, and after the show.

IWE comes back to Fairfield November 20th with Robbie E. 

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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Limitless Wrestling "Stage One" DVD Preview

Here is the preview video to Limitless Wrestling's first show "Stage One" that took place in Brewer, Maine on September 12, 2015.

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Monday, September 14, 2015

Podcast Rundown 9/14/2015

Colt Cabana’s Art of Wrestling Podcast
Episode 264 Edinburgh LIVE with Damo, Nikki Storm, John Robertson, & Dylan Gott

Episode 265 Edinburgh LIVE with Drew Galloway, Kyle Kinane, Graham Clark, & Max

Episode 266 Jeff Jarrett
Great conversation with Double J talking a lot of his early days in Memphis wrestling, they also talk a bit about Global Force Wrestling and his time in WWF.  I could have listened to them talk for hours.

Jim Cornette Experience
Episode 90 Chael Sonnen
The always outspoken Chael Sonnen lets us know about UFC, wrestling, Roddy Piper, his gig in Global Force Wrestling and more.

Talk is Jericho
Episode 168 Sasha Banks
The boss talks about breaking in in Mass at Chaotic Wrestling, getting into WWE and the start of the Diva’s Revolution and how she wouldn’t settle for the 90’s T & A wrestling. 

Episode 173 Jado & Gedo
The bookers of NJPW and former teammates of Jericho in “Team No Respect” give us some insight in their experiences wrestling around the world.  Their broken English is a bit difficult but well worth the listen.

Episode 174 Prime Time Players
Great conversation with this duo talking about the early versions of NXT, becoming a team, breaking up for no reason, teaming up again, and Darren Young talks about what it was like after coming out.

Steve Austin Unleashed
Episodes 246 & 248 Vampiro Part 1 & 2
Interesting interview stretching over two episodes, at times I felt that Vampiro was being upfront and truthful, other times I felt he was working us with the over the top tales.

Episode 238 Johnny Mundo
Excellent conversation about leaving WWE, making it on the indy’s, Lucha Underground, getting into the movie business as an actor and stuntman. 

How Did This Get Made
Episode 118 Furious 7 LIVE w/ Adam Scott
They just love them some Fast & Furious, nothing more needs to be said.

Joe Rogan Experience
Episode 682 Mark & Chris Bell
The brothers talk about powerlifting, drug abuse, their brother’s death, Chris’s movies “Bigger, Stronger, Faster” and his new documentary “Prescription Thugs.”  Very long, and very good conversation.

Episode 690 Ronda Rousey & Edmond Tarverdyan
This is essentially a 2.5 hour shoot interview covering the entirety of Ronda’s fight career, mistakes she’s made along the way, and where she sees the future.  Her trainer Edmond chimes in his point of view.

The Moth Radio Hour
Motherlove, Money, & War
A gambler with a destructive streak tells himself he can beat the odds one last time, best-selling author Jamaica Kincaid is sent to live with her aunt after the birth of her little brother, and award winning journalist and documentary filmmaker Sebastian Junger spends years covering war.

Bill Yosses & Christine Kalafus
A White House executive pastry chef describes landing the job of a lifetime and an amateur baker decides to try her hand at making cakes for a living.

Ophira Eisenberg & Brian Babylon
Ophira Eisenberg lands a coveted role in the school play and Brian Babylon runs a side business at his summer job.

Oreos, Heaven, and America’s Most Wanted
A mother gets surprising news in the maternity ward, a man is addicted to cookies, an elderly woman get a “ticket to heaven” and a musician helps the FBI capture one of America’s Most Wanted.

The Nerdist
Live from SDCC With Sir Ben Kingsley and Peter Capaldi
Amazing, amazing, amazing!  Ben Kinsley talks about the movie that made him get into acting and more.  Peter Capaldi talks about a band he was in with Craig Ferguson, becoming The Doctor and more.

Live from SDCC with Tom Hiddleston, Guillermo Del Toro,& Maisie Williams
Hiddleston & Del Toro talk about upcoming film Crimson Peak and other films.  Maisie Williams talks about Game of Thrones.  Great Podcast. 

Mystery Show
Episode 3 Belt Buckle
Starlee's friend finds a belt buckle in the gutter that was very unique and ornate and after 30 years of having it he wants to know who it belongs to.   

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Saturday, September 5, 2015

This, That, and the Future


I haven’t posted in a couple weeks and rest assured I will be continuing my two regular columns soon again with Random Wrestling and Podcast Rundown.  I just haven’t had to time to put much of anything else out.  Not that I’ve disappointed too many people. 

There is a lot of wrestling blogs and websites out there, most reporting on current news and events so I tend to not cover those and instead I try for complete original content and that can be hard to come by.  Besides this wrestling blog I have my other personal blog and working on my short stories that I submit to various places for publication.  That and I am completely hooked on the Doctor Who revival and have been watching it like crazy.  

I had written a blog about NXT Takeover Brooklyn but hadn’t posted it, yet.  I was going to do one on Summerslam but at this point I’m not going to bother.  Honestly Summerslam was ok, top to bottom Takeover was a better card.  Best matches on Summerslam were Cena vs. Rollins with a stupid finish.  Cesaro vs. Owens and Lesnar vs. Taker.  Lesnar vs. Taker was a really good match.  The finish was done in a great way with the screw job on Lesnar. 

If you haven’t watched the episode of NXT you need too.  It was taped in Brooklyn prior to the live Takeover broadcast.  The ovation that Enzo Amore and Big Cas get is amazing and you can tell that both of them are taken back by it.

I’m looking forward to Seth Rollins vs. Sting at Night of Champions in a couple weeks.  I’m hoping the match is better than Sting’s match with Triple H at Mania.  If Sting wins the WWE World Heavyweight Championship he will arguably the most decorated wrestling championing.  He will be the only man to hold the NWA, WCW, TNA, & WWE World Heavyweight Championships.  The only other wrestler that could accomplish this same feet would be Ric Flair is he wins the TNA World Championship, and that is unlikely.  Now if you count the current version of the NWA World Championship then the Big Show could if he won the NWA & TNA.

I don’t have any wrestling shows I’ll be attending coming up, which is sad.  Limitless Wrestling has a show on September 12th that I would love to go to, but that’s not going to happen.  IWE is in Fairfield on September 18th, and I’m going to try to hit that one.  So I guess I don’t have any really good wrestling shows coming up. 

So keep reading as I am to fill these pages with unique cat just jumped in the air and caught a moth, it was quite amazing to wrestling related posts. 

Later Readers!