By Kari Williams
Tyler Cook put on a good showing against Domino Rivera in the opening contest at NWA Dynamo Pro’s return to Glen Carbon, Ill. The two went back and forth, but Cook’s perseverance willed him on and he snuck out a win with a roll up after countering Rivera, who had nearly emerged victorious.
Mat Fitchett took on Alexandre Rudolph, accompanied to the ring by Sadie Blaze, in an uphill battle. Rudolph tried to use his size to his advantage, but Fitchett would have none of it and used his speed and agility to gain a momentary advantage. But Rudolph’s size was his greatest ally, and he pinned Fitchett in the middle of the ring.
Billy McNeil and Dan Walsh went at it in the third contest, which started out respectful on both ends, but Walsh soon became frustrated with McNeil’s antics—and the fake mustache on his shirt and his face. Though McNeil had to fight his way back against Walsh, Walsh’s anger became his demise, as McNeil walked away with the win.
OutKast tried to gain retribution on K.C. Karrington from Karrington’s attack after a match during the last Dynamo Pro show. OutKast was well on his way toward victory the moment the bell rang, but Karrington did a good job of fighting back from defeat. Nonetheless, OutKast still came out on top, but it was Karrington who got the last laugh, as he blasted OutKast with a chair after the bout ended.
The Submission Squad (Pierre Abernathy & Evan Gelistico) went up against Gary Jay and Super Electro prior to the main event. These two teams went back and forth, with neither gaining a solid advantage. Gelistico was able to keep Gary grounded long enough to come closer to the win, but once Super Electro got the tag, he forced the Squad to fight for victory. And that they did, as Gelistico forced Electro to tap.
NWA Missouri Champion “Spitfire” Davey Vega defended his belt against Kyle O’ Reilly in the main event. This technical contest tested the will and determination of Vega as well as O’ Reilly. About half way through the bout, the two men took the battle out of the ring, past the barricade and into the crowd. Making their way back to the ring, Vega slowly began to gain an advantage, but O’ Reilly would not go down easily. Even so, Vega was able to retain his belt.
The next NWA Dynamo Pro show is June 26 at The Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Illinois.