NWA Wrestling Results

Discussion in 'Smack Down!' started by masterragu, Jun 11, 2003.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. masterragu

    masterragu Sweep The Leg, Johnny!

    Joined:
    Dec 11, 1999
    Messages:
    74,913
    NWA Wildside
    6/10/2003

    NWA Wildside pulled off a great television taping last night at the NWA Arena in Cornelia, Georgia, featuring two fantastic main events. The first hour main event saw a rejuvenated New Jack lead his team to victory in the most intense, adrenaline pumping, bloody brawl this building has seen in quite some time. But it's probably the postmatch that will be etched in the memories of those that witnessed it. The second half main made for one hell of a great lead into War Games: The Match Beyond at Freedom Fight 2003. This was one of those rare nights when everything was clicking in front of a hot crowd. They did only seven matches with a smaller than usual crew. The less is more philosophy really paid off.

    (1) Matt Sydal (with Daizee Haze) beat Delirious in 6:32. An impressive debut for these cruiserwieghts from Gateway in St. Louis. It's tough for unknowns to get a response at the Arena, but they won the crowd over with their performances. Delirious is a high energy masked guy. Sydal has a good traditional babyface look. Haze is all of 100 pounds but very athletic. Match opened with fluid rapid-fire matwork. Delirious took a great bump on a monkey flip. Sydal hit a springboard flip dive to the outside. Delirious slipped on the top and came up short on a springboard clothesline. Delirious used the old thumb thrust to the throat. Haze took a bump on a baseball slide by Delirious. Sydal dropped Delirious into a stunner. Delirious came back with stiff chops. Sydal did a standing shooting star press while standing Delirious's back. Delirious bumped Sydal into a crotch shot on the top and hit a running knee. Delirious used a foreign object, which brought Haze up on the apron to complain. Finish was Haze coming off the top to hit a huracanrana followed by Sydal's Dragonrana for the pin. I hope Wildside brings them back.

    A promo by New Jack with The Boogaloo Crew (Scottie Wrenn & J. C Dazz) was shown on the video screen. It got over great with the live crowd. New Jack reminded the fans that he said he would back. It was time to share in the fun. Time for blood to be rolling down the hill. Jack said they were going to make history by kicking not three, but four asses and they were all going to die in the building tonight.

    (2) Jeff Lewis beat Murder One & Shadow Jackson (with One Man Posse) via DQ in 3:51. Lewis came out without his scheduled partner, Todd Sexton, to a great pop. Lewis was a one man wrecking crew in the early going. M1 turned it around with a flapjack and used an elbow drop and the Blazing Lariat for near falls. M1 beat Lewis down with hard shots and applied a sleeper. Double clothesline and both men down. Lewis got the best of a fierce back and for the exchange and was going for the Lewis Driver, when One Man Posse leveled him with a superkick. Posse pulled of the hood to reveal Todd Sexton. Cool. I can't wait to hear the explanation for this turn but it was the smart thing to do. Jason Blackman and Slim J rushed to the aid of Lewis.

    Swingers Inc. (Mikal Adrian & Scott E. Smooth) entered the ring. This was Adrian without the exotic one attitude. He ripped the mic out of Smooth's hand and cut a promo making it clear that was a f'n force to be reckoned with. Adrian said he was the number one monster and the other guy (Mountain) was nothing more than a coward that called in with the flu. "Who gets the flu in June?" Adrian said it must have been a case of the Mikal Adrian flu (This was the first time the Adrian/Mountain match was advertised, but not the first time it was booked. Surely Mountain has surpassed Jesse Taylor's Wildside record for no-shows by now.) Adrian challenged the promotion and the NWA at large to find someone to take him on. There was no taker on this night. Adrian said Swingers were a joke when they came into Wildside but not anymore. "Come get some. I will leave you laying where you're standing and 911 will not be able to do a thing about it."

    (3) The Impact (Scott Cage & Kaos) beat Don Juan & Scott E. Smooth in 4:15. Smooth, "the boy wonder himself," said he was pissed off too. Good pop for Impact's entrance. Cage was on fire, until Juan hit a couple of clotheslines and made the tag. Impact owned Smooth. Nicely executed double hiptoss slam. Kaos hit a spinebuster on Smooth, but Juan had made a blind tag and took over. They did the thing where the heels locked hands in an attempt to block a sunset flip and ref Speedy Nelson kicked them apart and counted. Hadn't seen that one in a while. Kaos knocked Juan over the top with a forearm shot and decapitated Smooth with a lariat to set up the finish. Cage hit a picture perfect blockbuster for the pin. Convincing win for Impact.

    (4) New Jack & The BoogaLoo Crew (Scottie Wrenn & J. C. Dazz) beat Getz Enterprises (Tank & Bulldog Raines & Jason Dobbins) (with Al Getz & Chad Dobbins) in a Lights Out Street Fight (6:15). This was what a non-sanctioned streetfight was meant to be. All out, off the hook action from beginning to end. Just the right length so that the intensity never let up for an instant. They cranked up Jack's music and it was on. Jack brought his shopping cart of plunder to ringside and started tossing stuff into the ring. Wrenn & Dazz had their special edition BLC chair. Only one of the Dobbins Brothers was supposedly "unsuspended" for the match, but both were involved. Not that it mattered. The stop sign seemed to be the weapon of choice. Three way juice. Jason used a barbed wire baseball bat on New Jack to bust him open. Bulldog Raines hit a mad gusher. Wrenn sliced Tank open with the barbed wire bat. Wrenn slammed Jason into the rail about a foot away from my face. New Jack whipped somebody's crotch with a chain. At 5 minutes in, Dazz actually used a wrestling move, a leg lariat on Tank. Wrenn nailed Tank with a Yakuza kick. Dazz hit a top rope Dazzinator on Tank and both BLC pinned him.

    Postmatch was wilder yet. Getz took a Jim Cornette flying bump on the floor after a shot from Jack. Jack laid Getz out on a table at ringside and came off the top, but Dobbins Brothers pulled Getz to safety and Jack went through the table feet first. Dobbins gave Dazz a couple of double chokeslams. Tank put Wrenn out with what might have been a rag soaked in ether. The heels tied up the BLC's hands and carried them out the back door. They picked up the action on the video screen. Getz Enterprises were dumping BLC into the back of a pick up truck. Fans started pouring out of the building. New Jack started to give chase. It looked like one of those deals where he was going to be left in the dust, when suddenly Jack grabbed onto the freaking tailpipe. Jack was dragged across the parking lot and dropped into the mud as the pickup pulled away. A slew of workers scraped New Jack up off the parking lot and helped into the building. The crowd was buzzing as the call came for intermission.
    test
  2. masterragu

    masterragu Sweep The Leg, Johnny!

    Joined:
    Dec 11, 1999
    Messages:
    74,913
    (5) Salvatore Rinauro beat Gabriel via DQ to retain the NWA Wildside Junior Title in 12:29. This was so well done and had such an array of innovative spots that they were able to build something for Freedom Fight off this one match. Gabriel was allowed to stow a chair in his corner. Some smart yelled that it constituted an OSHA violation. Rinauro's ring entrance has me rolling every time. I guess I've been drinking the same Kool Aid as Patrick McGovern with Ichiban Puroresu and Thomas Green with thesmartmarks . Gabriel countered Rinauro with pinning combinations, until Sal bailed out. Gabriel took a bump off the apron when Rinauro blocked his Arabian Press to the outside. Gabriel took over on the inside, hitting Rinauro with a barrage of strikes from all sides. Gabriel hit a brainbuster but Rinauro got a foot over the ropes. Gabriel missed with an Arabian Press, giving Rinauro the opportunity to take control. Rinauro did a double springboard clothesline for a near fall. Rinauro hit a flying clothesline that left Gabriel's head resting on the bottom rope. Gabriel's selling was awesome in this match. Rinauro slipped going for Pass the Courvoisier and fell on his ass. Must have been some slippery ropes last night. Gabriel hit a sitout powerbomb that had both men on the canvas for a count of eight. Gabriel was looking to bring Rinauro off the top with a homicidal DVD, but Rinauro countered with an arm drag for a near fall. Gabriel hit a high kick that left Rinauro in a tree of woe facing the outside of the ring. Gabriel with a top rope hurancanra for a near fall. Rinauro shoved Gabriel off the top, with Gabriel taking a moonsault bump. Rinauro hit his Savage tribute top rope elbow and argued with ref Mike Posey when he didn't get the three count. Gabriel got into a tug of war with Posey over the chair. While that was going on, Rinauro pulled a set of knucks out of his shinguard. Posey got the chair. Gabriel wound up with the knucks and clocked Rinauro. 1..2..3. Great pop for the apparent title change. Of course, Posey found the knucks on Gabriel and reversed the decision.

    Rinauro said he had climbed the ladder of success to the top of the roster and was looking down at the moron fans. Wildside CEO Rick Michaels came out and said that Rinauro had kept the belt by screwing people. Michaels said that since Rinauro liked to climb ladders, he would have to defend his title in a ladder match at Freedom Fight. Gabriel brought a ladder into the ring but was not named as Rinauro's opponent.

    (6) Jason Blackman beat Masada via DQ in 6:40. Another good match. A fan yelled about wanting to be a "Masadamite." Now there's a disturbing image. To each his own I guess. They wrestled early on with Blackman in control. Blackman used a reverse roll up for a near fall. Blackman took a rude bump to the outside and Masada hit a pescado. Back inside, Masada tried to cut off Blackman's wind. Masada did a cool cutthroat neckbreaker. Masada missed on a high kick and Blackman connected with one. Blackman mounted a full-fledged comeback. Blackman hit a backdrop facebuster for a near fall and Masada was in trouble. Sexton hit the ring with a superkick on Blackman for the DQ. Jackson and Murder One joined the beatdown. Masada hit a DVD. They left Blackman laying with a devastating double flapjack/X factor. Lewis and Slim J made the save.

    (7) Jimmy Rave & Onyx (with Jeremy V) beat Rainman & Jason Cross (with Jeff G. Bailey) in 13:49. A great TV main with strong heat. Rave called V out to ringside to counter Bailey's presence. Onyx and Rave dominated the first portion of the match, with Rave working on Cross and Onyx working on Rainman. They doubled with the old Hart Attack finisher on Rainman. Rainman did the Dark City Bomb on Rave to turn the tide. Rainman and Cross dished out a wicked beating on Rave, both inside and outside the ring. Cross is beginning to ooze charisma as an arrogant heel. Rave was able to avoid the Idolizer (double underhook flip into a Tomikaze) and the brainbuster to stave off total destruction. Rainman hit the Spinesplitta and Onyx saved on the pin attempt. Rave blocked the Cross brainbuster and countered with a backdrop driver. Rainman saved. Rainman hit a Yakuza kick but Rave got a foot over the ropes at the count of two. Rainman went for the moonsault, but Rave got his knees up. Hot tag. Onyx cleaned house. Onyx hit the Blackout on Cross, but Rainman caught Onyx with the Dark City Street Cutter to prevent a pin attempt. Ref bump. Rave hit a Shining Wizard on Rainman. Cross hit the brainbuster on Rave. Onyx rescued Rave with a clothesline on Cross, but he got crotched on the top. Cross went for the Triple Cross but Rave countered with a powerbomb into a crossface submission. Bailey tried to save his man but V pulled him out. A second ref ran out and Cross tapped. Iceberg came out for some devastation. He clotheslined V. He gave Rave an implant DDT. The Elite all started putting the boot to Rave, before Iceberg finished up with an Adbullah elbow drop.

    Michael came out to announce that three of the members of his team for the War Games would be Rave, Onyx and V to take on Bailey's "biatches", Iceberg, Rainman and Cross. Bailey said the Elite would destroy the faces and he would have big surprise as the fourth man on his team. Michaels said he also had a surprise. He showed a tape of Bailey signing a photo for a fan. Michaels called for "the fan," Ryan to come out from with the photo. Michaels called Bailey the biggest dumbass in the world. Michaels said that in actuality, what Bailey had signed was a stipulation for The War Games at Freedom Fight. If Michaels' team won, he would get five minutes with Bailey. Michaels made an emotional vow to take all of his frustrations out on Bailey and rip him a new one. Bailey said he could beat Michaels crippled ass, but he wouldn't have to because the faces were going to be left for dead. "You're all gonna pay."

    NOTES: Attendance was 80
    test
  3. RhYMerAT0R

    RhYMerAT0R New Member

    Joined:
    Apr 8, 2002
    Messages:
    8,300
    Guessing it was a good show, Wildside is a great company.

    Jimmy Rave is the shit.
    test
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page

Users Viewing Thread (Users: 0, Guests: 0)