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A New Era Dawns




Total Championship Wrestling official monthly newsletter: January 2016


TCW has opened up a development territory, where the stars of tomorrow will be training and putting on, hopefully, great shows for all the TCW fans out there. The company has been named Phoenix Rising Wrestling, and is located in the city of Phoenix, Arizona. Names signed to development contracts, include Amazing Fire Fly, Cobra, Dagger, El Serpiente, Remy Skye, Fro Sure, Nigel Svensson, Chris Flynn and Greg Gauge alongside a couple of handful others. PRW's first official show will be New Moon Rising, and will taking place on Saturday, Week 3 in January.


TCW also has big plans of starting a Women's Division down the line, and as a result of this, a handful of female workers has been signed to development deals. The names are being kept a secret as of now, but it has been confirmed that development company PRW will be featuring a Women's Championship. According to TCW officials, the plan is to launch the Women's Division sometime late this year, or at the beginning of next year. Either way, it should be exciting to watch.


There is also big news on the broadcasting front, as TCW has announced that they have parted ways with Pop Network, and signed a new deal to be shown on USA Sports 1. According to officials, this was purely done to gain possible viewers, as USA Sports 1 covers a wider range of the country and abroad. TCW has also gained a Pay-Per-View deal in Canada, signing with Pay-Per-View Services, and secured a deal with USA Free Choice, which will make sure they'll reach a wider audience within the States, which can only be seen as great opportunity for the company.


Speaking of TV-Shows, TCW has announced the return of Saturday Night Showcase. The show has received a deal to be aired on USA Sports 1 on Saturdays. It will be treated as a B-Show, where the less over stars and newly called up development stars of TCW can showcase their talents. The show will be taped on Thursdays, and as mentioned before, shown on Saturdays.


Despite all this going on behind the scenes, the wrestlers should be fully prepared to put on an awesome show for all of you, when TCW Presents Total Wrestling rolls into the Tri State area, and the Evanovich Riverside Arena for the very first show of the year. Do not stay away or miss the show on television, as it promises to be a fantastic night of action.

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong><span style="font-size:18px;">TCW PRESENTS TOTAL WRESTLING</span></strong></p><p>

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<span style="font-size:14px;">Tuesday, Week 1, January 2016</span></p><p>

Evanovich Riverside Arena, Tri State</p><p>

Attendance: 10,000</p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>The Road to Malice in Wonderland has begun</strong></p><p> </p><p>

The show opened with the World Champion, Aaron Andrews making his way to the ring with a very smug smile across his face. Andrews held up the title above his head, before talking about possibly being best World Champion ever in Total Championship Wrestling. Despite him not having held the title for that long, the cocky young superstar felt he was destined to cary both the title and the company to greatness. Well, enough was enough as a very angry Rocky Golden emerged from the back, pointing at Andrews. Golden made his way to the ring, grabbed a microphone and told him to shut up. Golden told Andrews that he had spoken to management and had been given a re-match for the title at Malice in Wonderland, which ofcourse meant that Andrews reign would end there. A cocky Andrews just laughed and nailed Golden with the title-belt, before immediately exiting the ring and backtracking down the aisle, while Golden was lying on the canvas, holding his head and screaming. The camera got a nice shot of a smiling Andrews before we headed to commercials. </p><p> </p><p>

Back from commercials, Ricky Dale Johnson went up against Troy Tornado in singles action. The match started out as going back and forward, but as it went on, RDJ slowly took the upper hand. After sending Tornado into the ropes and nailing him with a huge clothesline, he picked Tornado up and delivering a massive suplex, sending shockwaves through the ring. After some more back and forward action, RDJ picked up the victory after landing the Southern Justice and picking up the three-count. But as RDJ prepared to leave the ring, American Buffalo suddenly nailed him with a chairshot from behind, spun RDJ around and connected with The Stampede. As Buffalo raised his arms in the ring, Floyd Goldworthy joined him with a microphone and simply just screamed: ”This is far from over Johnson! We will continue to do this, until you can't walk anymore!” Goldworthy then dropped the mic, and left with his client to heavy boos from the audience. </p><p> </p><p>

Wolf Hawkins was up next, standing in the ring with a microphone. Hawkins talked about his feud with Joshua Taylor, and as far as he was concerned, that was over now as he had clearly proved to be the better of the two. He claimed to be the better wrestler whilst being the best looking of the two. After ranting on for a few minutes, naturally Joshua Taylor had enough and made it to the ring. The two young stars stood face to face in the ring, neither man willing to back down. Taylor told Hawkins that he could not be more wrong in everything he said, but he was out here for a reason. Taylor proposed that the two faced off one final time at Malice in Wonderland to determine who was the best, once and for all. Hawkins took a step back before shaking his head and yelling ”You're on!” A brawl then broke out, but as Taylor seemed to be gaining the upper hand, Hawkins slid under the bottom rope and made a break towards the back, while the audience booed the man heavily. </p><p> </p><p>

Following that altercation, Brent Hill went toe to toe with Dazzling Dave Diamond in singles action. The match can't be described as an instant classic, but it seemed to do it's job. A lot of stiff strikes and restholds overshadowed the rest of the match, with both men getting in the same amount of offense. In the end, it was Brent Hill who emerged succesful as he pinned Diamond following a King of the Hill. Tonight also saw tag team action, as The Canadian Animals took on The New Wave. With no announced challengers for The Behemoth's tag titles, this was a fine opportunity for both teams to show why it should be them. The beginning of the match saw a lot of tags being made, with all four participants getting tagged in every thirty seconds or so. But as time went by, The Animals had isolated Scout in their corner, and the valiant wrestler made every effort of getting out. With the referee getting knocked down later, Guide jumped in and helped his friend, knocking down Edd Stone, before assisting Scout in landing the Wave Of Mutilation on Huggins. Scout made the cover as the referee came to his senses again, and made the three-count.</p><p> </p><p>

Back from commercials, the music of resident rockstar Sammy Bach hit the arena to a huge pop. Bach made his way to the ring, posing for the audience before getting down to business. And that business was Bryan Vessey. Bach adressed his win over Vessey, and then spending two months in a hospital bed, just because Vessey's ego was too big to handle a loss. Normally, Sammy would've just let it slide and take the positive home, that being the win. But the aftermath of the victory has led him to be here tonight. Bach says that he is not out here to waist anybody's time, and therefore calls out Bryan Vessey! After a few seconds of silence, Vessey appears to boos from all over the arena, but that doesn't seem to bother him one bit. With the two superstars face to face in the ring, Vessey tells Bach that he's actually surprised to see him back on his feet, before smiling. Bach then tells Vessey to shut up, and immidiately challenges him to another match. Vessey seemed puzzled, and tells Bach that if he wants to put himself through that pain again, then it's on! Bach smiled, as Vessey left the ring just shaking his head. But it certainly looks like we'll see a rematch! </p><p> </p><p>

In singles action, Marc Speed went one on one with Danny Fonzarelli in a non-title match. The match was almost over before it begun though, with Fonzarelli going on the offense as soon as the bell rung. But only a few minutes in, Speed tipped the match in his favour, and when Fonzarelli missed a clothesline, Speed rolled him up and locked in the Cross Armbreaker. After only a few seconds in the hold, Fonzarelli had no other choice than to tap out, giving the International Champion an impressive victory. Also in singles action tonight, we saw Bryan Vessey go up against Joshua Taylor. Both men had been in confrontations earlier tonight, so both men needed someone to take their frustations out on. Vessey went for stiff strikes and kicks, just wanting to get some frustations out of his body, while Taylor went for the more technical approach. After a long and entertaining match, it was Vessey who came out victorious after a distraction from Hawkins proved enough to land his Vessey Driver for the three-count. </p><p> </p><p>

After the announcers finished rounding up what happened so far on the show, Mighty Mo came out to an okay reaction from the audience. Mo wanted to talk about his confrontations and matches with Jay Chord for over a year, and told everyone that he had enough. No more. But as it turned out, Jay Chord was long from done and made his way to a thunderous chorus of boos. Chord went straight to Mo's face and told him that nothing was over between the two, but would agree to leave it all behind, if Mo would agree to one last match between them. Mo agreed before Chord pretended to offer a handshake, but instead kicked Mo in the groin. Chord made his way backstage, where he passed the World Champion ready to give an interview. Aaron Andrews told the interviewer that he wasn't worried one bit, as Rocky Golden's rage would mean the end of him. Andrews said that Golden is so sure that he'll win the title back, but Andrews himself had some surprises up his sleeve. </p><p>

What they were, people would find out at Malice in Wonderland. Andrews then left with a smile. </p><p> </p><p>

The main-event of the evening saw the challenger Rocky Golden go head to head with Eddie Peak in a very entertaining match. Eddie Peak gave everything he had, knocking down Golden on several occassions, also ignoring the referee's orders to back off. Golden got back into the match, slowly but surely, and at one point sent Peak over the top rope to the floor outside. An angry Peak took a stroll around the ring, screaming out profanities, but eventually got back inside. After some back and forth wrestling, Peak seemed to have the match won after nailing Golden with the Peak of Perfection, but Rocky kicked out at two, sending Peak into a frenzy! With Peak arguing with the referee and not paying enough attention to Golden, he fell victim to the Rocky Road, and the match was over. The number one contender to the World Heavyweight title stood tall inside the ring, posing for the fans as the show came to an end. </p><p> </p><p>

Overall show rating: 82</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Quick Results:</strong></p><p>

Ricky Dale Johnson defeated Troy Tornado</p><p>

Brent Hill defeated Dazzling Dave Diamond</p><p>

The New Wave defeated The Canadian Animals</p><p>

Marc Speed defeated Danny Fonzarelli</p><p>

Bryan Vessey defeated Joshua Taylor</p><p>

Rocky Golden defeated Eddie Peak</p>

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong><span style="font-size:18px;">SATURDAY NIGHT SHOWCASE</span></strong></p><p>

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<span style="font-size:14px;">Saturday, Week 1, January 2016</span></p><p>

Perry Hall, Great Lakes</p><p>

Attendance: 2,000</p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

The show opened with singles action, as Joel Bryant took on the always happy Benny Benson. The match began with the two locking up and Bryant pushing Benson into a corner. Bryant let the fists fly, while Benson tried to cover his face. A few minutes later, the match had become more even, with Benson slowly getting in more offense. Benson sent Bryant into the ropes, and took him down with a shoulderblock. With Bryant down on the mat, Benson bounced off the ropes and connected with a legdrop. The following pin-fall attempt was unsuccesfull though, as Bryant kicked out. Just a few moments later, the ending came when Benson connected with the Shockwave from Next Year. After picking up the victory, Benson grabbed a microphone and told everyone that he would be coming for Marc Speed's International Championship, and he would also expect the champion to accept. Benson finished by saying that he would be making sure the match was booked soon. </p><p> </p><p>

After that announcement, the scene was set for some tag team action. Champions The Behemoths took on the team of Flying Jimmy Fox & Elliot Thomas in non-title action. For the people who thought this would be an open contest, they were dead wrong as the champions almost destroyed their opponents in the blink of an eye. The match ended very quickly with Elliot Thomas being the victim of the Big Bite from Killer Shark, and the following pin-fall. Also in action tonight was Jeremie Courtney who took on Mighty Mo in a little more even-sided contest than the previous. Courtney tried to take lead and dominate from the start, but Mo was soon in the dominating role. Both men got some great offense in, but in the end it was Mighty Mo who emerged victorious, when he countered an on-coming Courtney into a Plunging Spinebuster. Courtney had given it his all, but after that move he simply wasn't able to kick out and the victory went to Mighty Mo. </p><p> </p><p>

The camera then went backstage where The Behemoths were hanging out. Suddenly they were interrupted by Devine Fortune who checked out their tag team title belts. Darryl Devine then told the champs that they shouldn't really get to comfortable with those titles, as he and Chance Fortune would be coming for them very soon. That led to a moments silence before The Behemoths broke out in laughter, suddenly stood up and had a very serious look on their faces. Titan then moved closer to Devine Fortune, telling them that if they had any intention of coming for their titles, they'd better be prepared to be put on the disabled list following the match. Devine Fortune laughed a bit, but everyone could hear that it was nervous laughter. Killer Shark then joined Titan, and the two simply just stared down Devine Fortune, until the duo decided to walk away. </p><p> </p><p>

The night ended with singles action, as Brent Hill went up against Human Arsenal in an entertaining affaire. Both men took turns dominating, and after a few minutes, Arsenal sent both men over the top rope to the outside with a clothesline. Both men kept fighting outside the ring, throwing each other into the ringpost and steel chairs. After the referee had counted to nine, both men made it back inside the ring and exchanged flying punches. Arsenal then went for a suplex, but Hill blocked it and performed one of his own, before delivering a diving elbow and going for the pinfall. Arsenal quickly kicked out and tossed Hill shoulder first into the ringpost. As Hill stumbled back, Arsenal grabbed him and performed the Ammo Dump before getting the three-count, and the match win. The show ended with Human Arsenal posing for the audience. That's all she wrote folks. </p><p> </p><p>

Overall show rating: 73</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Quick Results:</strong></p><p>

Benny Benson defeated Joel Bryant</p><p>

The Behemoths defeated Flying Jimmy Foxx & Elliot Thomas</p><p>

Mighty Mo defeated Jeremie Courtney</p><p>

Human Arsenal defeated Brent Hill</p>

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Always excited to see a TCW dynasty, this is my favorite company for sure. I'll totally be reading this as it continues.


Thank you very much :)

As you can see, there's no predictions. I'm saving those for the PPV's, and if there's plenty of people predicting, I'll be making a small contest.


Anyways, next show should be up tomorrow :)

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong><span style="font-size:18px;">TCW PRESENTS TOTAL WRESTLING</span></strong></p><p>

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<span style="font-size:14px;">Tuesday, Week 2, January 2016</span></p><p>

The Friedman Building, Mid South</p><p>

Attendance: 10,000</p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>There's a new General Manager in town!</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Tonight the show kicked off with Rocky Golden coming out to a thunderous ovation. First off, Rocky wanted to adress what happened last week, that being an act of a coward. He was ofcourse referring to Andrews knocking him out with the championship belt instead of facing him like a man. </p><p>

But Golden said that it didn't surprise him one bit, as Andrews is the man who does things first, then thinks about them later. And Golden promised that this particular action would indeed have consequenses. That brought out the World Heavyweight Champion, Aaron Andrews, to heavy boos. Andrews had decided to keep a safe distance to Golden, standing at the top of the entrance ramp. The champion told the challenger that he didn't really care what Golden said or did, 'cause there was only one fact in all of this: That Andrews would retain his championship at Malice in Wonderland. Andrews then smiled, dropped the microphone and backed away, while Golden looked furious. </p><p> </p><p>

The opening contest of the evening gave us tag team action, as The New Wave took on The Behemoths in a non-title bout. With still no official number one contenders for the tag team titles, it was clear from the beginning that The New Wave was out to prove why they should be the team challenging the champions at Malice in Wonderland. The Behemoths was up against a team that went all out to topple their opponents. Quick tags and kicks to the legs of the giants, meant the champions were reeling in the opening moments. After the match went back and forth, Killer Shark had left his position on the apron and pulled Guide off the apron aswell. That left Titan and Scout in the ring, and it was Scout that had to accept defeat, as Titan connected with the Titanic Choke Slam and put the army man away for the three-count. After the match, Devine Fortune once again appeared on the entrance ramp, signalling that they were coming for the tag team titles.</p><p> </p><p>

Next man to make his voice heard was Sammy Bach, who once again entered to a huge ovation. Bach made his way to the ring and began talking about Vessey accepting his challenge for a final match between them. Before it could go any further though, Kyle Rhodes stood up from his announce desk and told everyone that a new General Manager had been signed, and he would be making all the decisions from now on. After a small pause, Peter Michaels stepped through the curtains to a nice reaction. Michaels stepped inside the ring and told Sammy Bach that he shouldn't be nervous, as the match with Bryan Vessey was still on. But he could only imagine that Bach would want some sort of revenge and somewhere deep inside him he'd probably want to hurt Vessey just as much as he had hurt him. So therefore, Michaels had decided to make their match some sort of no rules apply match, but they'd have to wait 'till next week to find out which. Sammy Bach stood in the ring, not quite knowing what to make of the situation, while the announcers where hyping up the huge announcement. As the audience tried to take it all in, we went to commercials.</p><p> </p><p>

Back from commercials, American Buffalo took on Human Arsenal in one on one action. From the opening bell, Buffalo used his size advantage to dominate Arsenal by tossing him around and connecting with various clotheslines and powerslams. Arsenal did his best to fight back, but a distraction from Floyd Goldworthy proved enough for Buffalo to pick up the win. After Goldworthy got on the apron and distracted Arsenal, Buffalo was able to connect with The Stampede and pick up the three-count. Danny Fonzarelli was also in action as he took on Troy Tornado in a singles bout. That match was more open than the previous one, with both men getting in some good offense from the start. As the match waged on, Tornado had Fonzarelli down on the apron as he climbed the turnbuckle and went for a huge frog splash. Sadly for him though, Fonzarelli rolled away, causing Tornado to crash and burn. Fonzarelli then picked him up, and one Retro Rocket later, it was over.</p><p> </p><p>

Like last week, Wolf Hawkins came out to adress the crowd. Hawkins had a smug smile on his face, while walking slowly to the ring. Inside the ring, Hawkins received a microphone and told the audience that Joshua Taylor had just made the mistake of a lifetime by challenging him to a final match. Hawkins went on to talk trash about his nemises, which brought out the man in question. Taylor said that he had absolutely no regrets in making the challenge, and that he was more than confident in picking up the victory, and he couldn't wait to get his hands on Hawkins. A brawl nearly broke out, but out came new General Manager Peter Michaels with an announcement. He told the bad boys in the ring, that they would getting a chance at getting their hands on each other later tonight. Both men looked puzzled, but Michaels then announced that the main-event would see Taylor team up with Rocky Golden to take on Wolf Hawkins and Aaron Andrews! Both men looked satisfied, as the audience broke out in a huge pop for that announcement. Our main-event was set. </p><p> </p><p>

Back from commercials, Eddie Peak went up against Ricky Dale Johnson who didn't seem to be at a hundred percent, do to the attacks from American Buffalo last week. Peak enjoyed the early upper hand, as RDJ seemed dizzy at times and Peak was quick to take advantage. The match then went to a more open style, as RDJ slowly made his way back. However, before any man could finish the job, American Buffalo stormed in and attacked RDJ, giving Eddie Peak the victory by disqualification. As the crowd booed heavily, Peak just left and watched Buffalo assault RDJ. </p><p>

After that match, ”Rockstar” Sammy Bach took on Jay Chord in singles action. Both men seemed very eager to come out victorious, and the match went back and forth. The highlight came when Chord had ascended to the top rope, but was knocked down by Bach. A somewhat dizzy Chord got back to his feet, only to be struck with the Adrenaline Shot by Bach, who then picked up the win.</p><p> </p><p>

After the match, Mighty Mo came out to the entrance ramp with a huge smile, sarcastically applauding Jay Chord. Chord looked furious and grabbed a microphone, telling Mo that whatever he had to say or do, he could say or do in front of him inside the ring. Mo replied by saying that he wasn't really interested in a confrontation, but was only out there to show his ”support”. An extremely furious Chord dropped the microphone and chased after Mo, who ran backstage but was eventually caught by Chord, and a huge brawl broke out, involving cables and other backstage gear. The brawl was finally broken up by various EMT's and backstage personnel. We also heard from Rocky Golden, who in a backstage interview told the interviewer that Andrews was clearly delusional, and whatever ”surprise” he had waiting, it would not be enough to knock him out. The only fact that remained, was that the title would be back around Golden's waist, after their encounter at Malice in Wonderland. </p><p> </p><p>

With that short statement out of the way, it was main-event time. The crowd was buzzing as Wolf Hawkins started the match off against Joshua Taylor. The bad blood and animosity between the two youngsters were clear from the start, as the opening moments of the match basically consisted of fists flying around the air. After being seperated by the referee, the match became a little more athletic oriented. After the two had beaten each other up pretty badly, tags were made to both Golden and Andrews to huge pops from the audience. However, Andrews didn't seem to be interested in getting into a fight, so he dodged Golden by exiting the ring and parade around. But Golden had enough and attacked the champion from behind and tossed him back inside the ring. Andrews fought back, but ended up tagging in Hawkins, who would gladly go after Golden. As the match neared it's end, it was Golden that took advantage from a mistake made by Hawkins, and pinned ”The Wolf” with a three-count, following the Rocky Road. Post-match, Andrews quickly grabbed his belt and ran up the ramp, while Golden was making title motions inside the ring. </p><p> </p><p>

Overall show rating: 84</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Quick Results:</strong></p><p>

The Behemoths defeated The New Wave</p><p>

American Buffalo defeated Human Arsenal</p><p>

Danny Fonzarelli defeated Troy Tornado</p><p>

Ricky Dale Johnson defeated Eddie Peak by disqualification</p><p>

Sammy Bach defeated Jay Chord</p><p>

Rocky Golden & Joshua Taylor defeated Aaron Andrews & Wolf Hawkins</p>

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<p></p><div style="text-align:center;"><p><strong><span style="font-size:18px;">SATURDAY NIGHT SHOWCASE</span></strong></p><p>

<a href="https://i.imgur.com/F6JHvJO.jpg" rel="external nofollow">https://i.imgur.com/F6JHvJO.jpg</a></p><p>

<span style="font-size:14px;">Saturday, Week 2, January 2016</span></p><p>

War Memorial Auditorium, Mid West</p><p>

Attendance: 2,000</p></div><p></p><p></p><p> </p><p> </p><p>

In our opening contest, Bart Biggins took on Troy Tornado in one on one action. The match did its job by entertaining the crowd and building them up for the upcoming action. Both men started on the attack, getting in some nice moves. Tornado knocked Biggins out of the ring, and the flew between the ropes to take him down. After some good back and forth action, Tornado connected with the Star Maker, picking up the three-count and the victory in our first match of the evening. Later on, Marc Speed was in the ring with a microphone adressing the challenge laid out last week by Benny Benson. Speed told Benson that if he wanted a shot at the championship, he was more than welcome, but should be fully prepared to walk away from the match with a broken arm. Speed added that though beating the champion would be an enormous accomplishment, it simply wouldn't happen, and he would end up tapping out to the Cross Armbreaker and go away empty-handed. </p><p> </p><p>

After a short break, it was time for some tag team action as Flying Jimmy Foxx & Elliot Thomas teamed up again, this time to take on The Canadian Animals. However, with the risk of spoiling anything in advance, it didn't go much better than last time for the duo. It wasn't a complete squash though, as they did get in some great high-flying offense, but in the end The Canadian Animals was just the better team. Around the 8-minute mark, Huggins nailed Foxx with the Huggins Kiss and picked up the three-count. Also in action was Joel Bryant, who took on Matt Hocking. Bryant dominated the first few minutes, with Hocking getting a little comeback soon thereafter. As Bryant had Hocking set up for a Powerbomb, ”The shocking one” countered with a headscissors takedown, sending Bryant halfway across the ring. The comeback was shortlived though, as a flying body press attempt was blocked by Bryant, who then connected with the One Shot Drop and the victory.</p><p> </p><p>

Backstage, the camera catches American Buffalo and Floyd Goldworthy talking about the assaults on Ricky Dale Johnson in recent weeks. Goldworthy clearly encourages his client to continue, making RDJ so weak that he can barely stand when they face off at Malice in Wonderland. Buffalo nods his head, while Goldworthy tells him that it can only benefit his client to go on a destroying rampage, as that will undoubtly lead to a shot at the World Heavyweight Champion down the line. Suddenly, Ricky Dale Johnson emerges from nowhere and knocks American Buffalo off his chair, landing fist after fist on Buffalo's head, before grabbing Goldworthy and tossing him against the wall. An enraged Buffalo was back to his feet, and attacked RDJ from behind, but he managed to fight back and everything just descended into chaos. Chairs were thrown and everything was used as a weapon, until EMT's and backstage personnel finally got them seperated. This feud just seems to get more violent for each passing week! Do not miss their encounter at Malice in Wonderland!</p><p> </p><p>

In our main-event of the evening, Eddie Peak went head to head with Dazzling Dave Diamond in an entertaining contest. The battle of the heavyweights saw both men take control over the course of the match, but Peak dominated from the start by isolating Triple D in the corner and connecting with some stiff elbows, punches and kicks. The referee then told Peak to step back, which only made him even angrier, and it also gave Triple D a chance to come back. Peak was sent into the ropes and then fell victim to a huge sideslam which gave a two-count. The match continued to shift back and forth, but in the end Eddie Peak was just a notch better on the day. Dazzling Dave Diamond had Peak in the corner, and was all set up to storm right into him. But Peak move, and Triple D caught nothing but turnbuckle. When he turned around, Peak connected with the Peak of The Devil, and got the three-count to end the match and the show. We'll be back next Saturday!</p><p> </p><p>

Overall show rating: 74</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Quick Results:</strong></p><p>

Troy Tornado defeated Bart Biggins</p><p>

The Canadian Animals defeated Flying Jimmy Foxx & Elliot Thomas</p><p>

Joel Bryant defeated Matt Hocking</p><p>

Eddie Peak defeated Dazzling Dave Diamond</p>

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