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SLA Gateway to Anarchy 2014 Second Double Shot Recap from David McCutcheon

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By David McCutcheon

St. Louis Anarchy’s biggest event ever—the two-night Gateway to Anarchy 2014 extravaganza—continued on March 1, 2014 in Alton, Illinois with a main event that has been a long time coming. After winning the Medallion Tournament back in September 2012, Kyle O’Reilly cashed in his opportunity for the main prize on his birthday. A match-up nearly two years in the making, O’Reilly made the trek through the bad weather—along with the Anarchy loyalists—to receive the biggest trial of his Anarchy career.

 

Also on the card were the newest arrivals to St. Louis Anarchy in Roderick Strong and Nick Jackson, both coming off of victorious matches against their opponents from the first night of festivities. This was a solid first impression, but could they keep the ball rolling on Night 2 against Davey Vega and the Hooligans, respectively?

 

Zakk Sawyers d. Evan Gelistico via pinfall

Quickly the fan favorite (especially when in the ring with the likes of Evan Gelistico), Zakk Sawyers comes in fresh off of his loss to the injured Danny Cannon from the previous night. The boorish Gelistico had the upper-hand throughout the fight, grounded Sawyers with a series of submission locks to knock the wind out of his sails. Things quickly turned on the upswing for Sawyers, who kicked on the boosters to send Gelistico on a losing streak with a Blue Thunder Bomb.

 

Jeremy Wyatt (with Greg Jovi and Jacob Dangle) d. Mat Fitchett via pinfall

Jeremy Wyatt is no slouch when it comes to antagonizing the crowd, as proven by his ring entrances alone. Birthday boy Mat Fitchett sprang out with Mardi Gras beads to dispense amongst the Anarchy faithful prior to the start, where Wyatt quickly grounded the high-flying party animal with a series of knee strikes. Eliminating the legs of a wrestler like Fitchett certainly makes it an uphill battle, and the contest showed exactly that. Fitchett got back on his feet for a portion of the bout, but his leg-based offense hurt himself as much as it hurt Wyatt. Right as Fitchett finally had the advantage, Gerald James caused a distraction leading to a Lightning Spiral by Wyatt for the pinfall victory.

 

Alexander Rudolph—formerly known as Alex the Big Owl—came out to a hot reaction from the crowd and let everyone know that the deception from Jordan Lacey and Jacob Dangle—his former tag team partner and manager, respectively—have led to the death of the Big Owl. In its wake is the Viking, who likes getting violent and a little weird. Dan Walsh and Lacey hit the ring to a chorus of boos as they laid into Rudolph, but Adam Raw quickly made the save. A brawl around the venue ensued, including Raw getting busted open by a chair shot to the head. Ever the wily veteran, the sight of his own blood only made Raw more aggressive as he and Rudolph—now voluntarily covered in Raw’s blood—cleared house

while basking in their crimson masks. Things certainly got violent and a little weird, and the bad guys retreated to safety.

Davey Vega d. Roderick Strong via pinfall

Both competitors were well received by the fans in attendance, as many expected a fierce wrestling contest. The duo did not disappoint, with many chops delivered, various suplexes landed, and some spectacular near-falls. Roderick Strong kept Davey Vega grounded with his patented submission holds, even cinching in the Stronghold at one point before an instinctive rope break. In one of the most shocking upset victories in recent Anarchy history, Vega got the win with an Air Crash Raid to the recently-recovered neck of Strong. With Vega pinning the world class wrestler who cleanly defeated the champion Gary Jay a night prior, one has to think that Vega just moved up the food chain in St. Louis Anarchy.

Brandon Espinosa d. Blake Steel via pinfall

The rough-and-tumble Blake Steel came out with a bad attitude, and it was about to get much worse as Brandon Espinosa antagonized the bearded bruiser with his usual playful antics. Butt slaps and lip smacks were in full effect as the witty Espy used his arsenal—Bronco Buster included—to best the burly brawler Steel before polishing him off with a frog splash. Espinosa is another wrestler on the Anarchy roster who can’t seem to do wrong as of late, picking up steam and climbing the totem role. It’s only a matter of time before Espy gets his just dues in the land of Anarchy.

The Hooligans (Mason and Devin Cutter) d. Nick Jackson & ACH via pinfall

Fresh off of his victory with tag team partner Johnny Gargano the night before, Nick Jackson looked to take flight with possibly the most beloved singles wrestler in the Anarchy territory, ACH. The Hooligans are arguably the premiere tag team in the Midwest, and looked to open the eyes of one half of the Young Bucks. The match superkicked off with a superkick party cut abruptly short, as miscommunication quickly set in between Jackson and ACH. The Hooligans roughed up ACH while Jackson waited in the corner. Once the tag was made, the tides turned with greater force than the Hooligans’ flips. Devin begged his brother to make the tag from the apron as Jackson and ACH began clicking on all cylinders, making frequent tags and utilizing their similar styles to double team Mason in their territory. Chaos ensued on the hot tag, with ACH’s Show Me Your Moves cutter connecting on Devin Cutter, but it was the Hooligans who took control of the match with the Young Buck on the sidelines. With the Hooligans’ devastating wheelbarrow/spike DDT maneuver to ACH’s dome, the excellent match was over. Jackson wasn’t pleased with the outcome, but showed sportsmanship to all involved. Could the Young Bucks seek revenge of the Hooligans?

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Beyond Wrestling debuts in the MWR Coverage area

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By Brian Kelley

Missouri Wresting Revival.com was on hand to witness the first ever Beyond Wrestling tapings in the MWR Coverage area in St. Louis at the Dynamo Pro Gym . Beyond Wrestling is an innovated approach to the world of pro wrestling that had become the rave among many fans around the world. The exciting card featured many of the top young wrestling talents in the Midwest including the Zero 1 USA Champion Jonathan Gresham, Ring of Honor Superstar Michael Elgin, Devin and Mason Cutter otherwise known as the Hooligans, Evan Gelistico ,Jake Dirden, Alexander Rudolph , Christian Rose, Davey Vega, Jake Parnell, Bolt Brady, JoJo Bravo, Dave Vaughn, Ricky Starks, Blake Steel, Brandon Gallagher, Jeff O’Shea as well as one of the gutsiest matches I had ever seen by a women wrestler when Heidi Lovelace went to a war with Tripp Cassidy in a match that you will have to see to believe.

As soon as the matches come to youtube we will be sure to give you the information on how you can get a copy, till then let’s take a quick look at what Beyond Wrestling is and some action photos of this historic night.

Beyond sports. Beyond entertainment. Beyond Wrestling.

The concept behind Beyond Wrestling is very simple – wrestlers wrestling for wrestlers. Beyond Wrestling is not a wrestling promotion; at least not in the typical sense. Live events are closed to the public, creating an atmosphere impossible to replicate. The goal of Beyond Wrestling is to foster competition amongst those who value self-expression, craftsmanship, and camaraderie more than popularity, financial stability, and tradition. For a professional wrestler, Beyond Wrestling is the platform on which to make the ultimate artistic expression.

“Look, Ma. No fans!”

The progressive presentation of Beyond Wrestling – where fans are prohibited from attending the experimental live events – has attracted rookies from across the globe. Without a locker room, every wrestler remains ringside to dissect each contest. This creates an unprecedented atmosphere encouraging growth and reinforcing the spirit of competition. All of the combatants are forced to perform to the best of their ability in order to win the contest as well as the support of their toughest critics – other wrestlers.

Results
Block A

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Hooligans def Alexander Rudolph & Jake Parnell (x) by Hooligan Driver

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Christian Rose def Zakk Sawyers by elevated boston crab

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Daywalkers def Reed Bentley & Trik Davis(x) via Once Bitten

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Michael Elgin def Jon Gresham by buckle bomb into rotating wild bomb

Block B

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Alex Castle def Zakk Sawyers, Blake Steel,Trik Davis, Jeff O’Shea & Malakai(x) via running knee.

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Evan Gelistico def Alexandre Rudolph by low blow into bridging pin

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Dave Vaughn def Jake Parnell by Top Rope Belly to Belly suplex

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Tripp Cassidy def Heidi Lovelace via crucifix pin

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Hooligans def Davey Vega(x) & Jon Gresham by Hooligan Driver

Block C

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Tripp Cassidy(o), Ace Perry & Dale Patricks def Brandon Gallagher, Frank Wyatt & Josh Crane(x) via Don’t be a Hero kick

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Jake Dirden def Ricky Starks by Asiatic Spike

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Team IOU def JoJo Bravo & Bolt Brady via double pin after running dropkick senton into seated mule kick.

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Jon Gresham def Matt Cage by seated running forearm

MWR Top Prospects : 7 Blake Steel

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Blake Steel has been around the MWR coverage area for some time now, initially catching the eye of the experts as one half of the tag team Feature Presentation with Eric Ruffington.

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Former MWR Wrestler of the Year Brandon Espinosa is rocked in the corner from the Apex Blake Steel

Steel is much more than a tag team guy as not only his feud with Brandon Espinosa at PWE showed that he has arrived in singles competition. He has developed into one of the most dedicated wrestlers in the gym and in the ring making him as dangerous as they come in 2013.

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Tony Kozina and Davey Richards has nowhere to go as Blake Steel soars to the top.

His devotion to perfecting his craft showed once again when he attended the Dr. Tom Prichard camp in St Louis recently.

Blake Steel on his Ladder match vs Brandon Espinosa this Saturday in Lincoln, Illinois

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“The Apex” Blake Steel, comments on his Ladder Match with Brandon Espinosa, for the PWE title! Pro Wrestling Epic LIVE in LINCOLN, IL, THIS SATURDAY at Logan County Fairgrounds! Doors open at 6:30pm prowrestlingepic.net for more info.

Proving Ground Pro Wrestling July 20, 2013 Michael Elgin, Prince Mustafa Ali, The Hooligans, Blake Steel

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Prince Mustafa Ali(w/ Rinaldo Piven) vs Michael Elgin for PGP Franchise title
Blake Steel vs Ruff Crossing in a Bullrope match for the PGP Cutting Edge title
Hooligans vs Zero Gravity for PGP tag titles

…..also signed for 7/20..Jake Dirden, Grin, Great Akuma, Jun Hado, Austin Mannix, Machine, Tony Kozina, Frank Wyatt, Perry Winkle, Randy Ray, Justice Jones

2013 MWR SEXIEST MALE OF THE YEAR BALLOT

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MWR Fan relations Dubray Tallman-

Hey there, Dubray Tallman here presenting the Third Annual MWR Sexiest Male in Wrestling Award.

In previous years we have had the great pleasure of giving the close to three foot tall trophy to Bailey Mannix and MsChif. This year it’s the guys turn to flaunt their stuff…

Below you will find a slideshow and then a poll, enjoy the scenery and then place your vote for the sexiest male…

Voting Polls begin Feb 4th and ends at 7:00 p.m. Feb 13th…The winner will be announced Valentine’s Day, Feb 14th

Now let’s get to voting!!!

Ace HAWKINS

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ACH

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Adam Pearce

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Barry Ryte

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Blake Steel

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Brandon Aarons

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Brandon Espinosa

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Brandon Schmitt

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Brian Gott

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Bull Bronson

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Chase King

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Chris LOGAN

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Dan Walsh

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Darin Corbin

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Dave Vaughn

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Davey Vega

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Derek Stone

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Edmund LiveWire McGuire

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Elvis Aliaga

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Evan Money

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Farmer Billy Hills

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Heath Hatton

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Jack Gamble

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Jake Justice Haines

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Jaysin Strife

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Joey O’Rielly

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Jordan Lacey

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Kyle Sykes

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Magic Man

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Mark Sterling

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Mat Fitchett

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Matt Riveria

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Mike Anthony 

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Mike Sydal

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Ricky Cruz

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Ryan Slade

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Shane Hollister 

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Shane Rich

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Showtime Bradley Charles

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The Hooligans

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TJ PERKINS

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The Iceman

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Travis Cook

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Tyler Cook

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Proving Ground Pro Wrestling debuts February 9th, 2013 !!

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“PROJECT 1″
Three titles will be decided

February 9th 2013
Bogart’s banquet hall
2142 Old State Road
Jacksonville, IL 62650
General Admission $10
Doors open at 6:30 PM
Show starts at 7:30 PM

TaDarius Thomas

TaDarius Thomas comes to Proving Ground Pro from Detroit, MI.
Since his High School wrestling days, TaDarius has been a dedicated student to a wide variety of mixed martial arts disciplines. Along with wrestling , TaDarius is also an accomplished Golden Gloves boxer (Michigan’s 2005 outstanding boxer of the year) and practitioner of Brazilian jujitsu and Capoeira (African-Brazilian martial art) that incorporates gymnastics,dance and an ability to strike from almost any position.
TaDarius has exploded onto the independent wrestling scene, becoming a major player in promotions around the world. He now brings those skills and experience to the Proving Ground .

Mr. 450 Hammett

Mr. 450 makes his way to Proving Ground Pro from Hormigueros, Puerto Rico. He is trained by Puerto Rican legend Invader III, taking that education to it’s highest levels.
Mr. 450 is a true international wrestling star who has won titles in multiple countries already in his wrestling career. His high flying, hard hitting style could take him to the top of Proving Ground Pro.

Dysfunction

Dysfunction comes to Proving Ground Pro from Milwaukee,WI., where he has made quite a name for himself on the professional wrestling circuit. A big favorite where ever he preforms, including many high profile appearances for Juggalo Championship Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Blitz.
Dysfunction is as comfortable swinging chairs and breaking tables as he is doing classic mat wrestling. His big match experience and unusual combination of skills will make him hard to beat in the Proving Ground.

Ruff Crossing

Ruff Crossing makes his way to Proving ground Pro from Sweet Grass, MT. Ruff has blazed a trail for himself in true cowboy fashion, drinkin’ beers, punchin’ steers, and kickin’ ass all the way from Sweet Grass.
True grit and heart will be on display each time out. Ruff Crossing will prove to be that classic pro wrestler who has every skill it takes to win a championship!

Derek St Holmes Esq.

Derek St Holmes Esq. , a true blue blood of independent wrestling. As his name refers, esquire is a candidate for knighthood..giving Derek a very regal air about him.
His European based submission grappling and old school stretching are to be respected and avoided if possible. St Holmes, “Entitled by Birth” for championships, will be difficult to beat in the Proving Ground.

Marion Fontaine

Marion Fontaine makes his way to the Proving Ground from Las Vegas, NV. Fontaine brings one of the best all around games and best all around mustaches in wrestling today.
Marion Fontaine is tearing up the indy circuit all over the country. Poised to be a breakout star, Fontaine will attempt to take it to the next level in Proving Ground Pro.

Chase McCoy

“Psycho” Chase McCoy is a man with a growing reputation across the northern Midwest indy circuit. That reputation is winning matches and hurting opponents. Competitors across MN,WI,IL and MI have felt the wrath of “Psycho” Chase. Expecting to be in a title hunt, Chase now brings that unpredictable intensity to the Proving Ground.

Blake Steel

Blake Steel is a true home grown superstar in the making. Dedication and hard work have taken Blake into the title picture at several independent promotions across the Midwest. Expecting to take his career to the next level, Blake has entered the Proving Ground.

“The Business” Bobby Houston

The Business is exactly that..All Business.Bobby is a true Blue Chipper..plying his trade across the Virginia’s and Carolina’s, as well as the Midwest, Bobby Houston is a contender for any title. Singles gold has been his…but Bobby is also a Tag Team expert.so expect the best from Bobby Houston on any night against any opponent.

Dan Lawrence

Dan Lawrence has proven his worth mainly in Chicago area promotions. Dan is a multi-time title holder for several of the the larger promotions in Illinois (and upper Midwest). Whether he was a singles competitor or a tag team member , Dan Lawrence has proven to be a competitor with all the tools to win gold in the Proving Ground.

Christian Rose

Christian Rose, “The Bitter Lunatic’, is really putting himself on the map. Winning singles matches against a who’s who of wrestling was the hallmark of Rose’s 2012. Will this year prove as successful?..Be it tag team or Singles, expect Christian Rose to rise to the top of Proving Ground Pro in 2013.

Matt Cage

Matt cage is a true “see him now” independent star. Fans and promoters alike have taken notice of Cage’s talent and dedication. As both a singles and tag team star, Matt Cage will be a mover and shaker in the Proving Ground.

Alex Castle

Alex Castle is an independent powerhouse on the rise. Alex has gained attention across the central and southern Midwest indy circuit, winning matches and titles along the way. Castle even squared of for the NWA title, an impressive accomplishment for such a young rising star. Castle now looks to make his mark in the Proving Ground.

Bobby Valentino

Bobby Valentino is as smooth as they come in the ring. A true technician who combines aerial abilities with an impressive mat game. Singles or Tag, Bobby has the skills and acumen to be a real player in the Proving Ground.

Mario Crivello

Mario Crivello comes to Proving Ground Pro from the northern Midwest circuit. Mario is athletically gifted, with all the tools. Strength,speed and endurance are all in Crivello’s arsenal. A true on the rise performer, keep an eye on Mario Crivello in the Proving Ground.

Tony Scarpone

A veteran powerhouse from Chicago. There’s no gimmicks needed with Tony, he’s classic old school style. A solid mat game with plenty of power to back it up. He will parlay this combination into a recipe for success. Scarpone Plans to do big things in the Proving Ground.

Zero Gravity
CJ Esparza and Brett Gakiya truly live up to the name Zero Gravity. They have redefined Tag Team Wrestling in the independent ranks. Making a name from coast to coast, the high flying Zero Gravity looks to land Tag Team gold in the Proving Ground.

Cookies & Cream

“Fabulous” Jason V and CC Cerveza are no doubt the most flamboyant team in the Proving Ground. But don’t let the antics fool you, this duo has the skills, psychology and technique to upend any team on any given night. Cookies & Cream look to rise to the top of Proving Ground.

Renaldo Piven
Renaldo Piven is part agent, part manager, part mouthpiece. With unmatched business skills, a keen eye for talent and a razor sharp tongue, Piven consistently keeps his charges in the title hunt wherever he goes. Proving Ground Pro is Renaldo Piven’s next stop.

Ron Powers shoots on Gary Jackson, Chris Hargas,Ben Simon, Herb Simmons, Larry Matysik and the MMWA-SICW .

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To hear CWC Champion Ron Powers talk he has swept the competition away in 2011.

The most feared man in St Louis Ron Powers  has been on a rampage in 2011 causing fear and anger among fans and wrestlers alike. During the past year he has challenged promoter Herb Simmons and the wrestlers of MMWA-SICW.

For the fans that do not know there has been rumors that MMWA-SICW have been split in two different promotions. Though several of my close friends within the company claim this to be a fact, until promoters Tony Casta or Herb Simmons tell us themselves we are still viewing them as a single brand.

We start of with a reply from our friend Ben Simon, the former ring announcer from the SICW brand who is also the producer of ST LOUIS Wrestling on youtube. Ben replies on the story that MWR printed recently titled “Ron Powers to meet Chris Hargas and continues to warn MMWA-SICW ” and you can check it out here. For the record the misspelling was indeed my fault (Editor and Owner Brian Kelley) as I was writing down his quotes over the phone fromm Powers and when I set them to print I made the  mistake.

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Ben Simon was one of the men that signed up for the MMWA-SICW open tryout. During it one of the men he interviewed was one of the top young talents in Central Illinois Blake Steel.

With that said let us start with Ben Simons reply to the CWC Champion on that post at MWR.

I take issue with Ron Powers commenting on the MMWA at South Broadway, only since it was SICW that wanted to break away.
Ron is the SICW Classic Wrestling Champion (who apparently can’t spell the name of his title correctly).
Ron is not the MMWA-SICW kingpin!

He rules Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling. However, the doors to the South Broadway Athletic Club are wide open. Ron, put your money and your anger issue where your mouth is and fight the MO/IL Heavyweight Champion, Gary Jackson.
I have watched these two great athletes in action and I have no doubt that “Gorgeous” Gary would knock the daylights out of Powers. Mr. Simmons, Mr. Matysik, TEAR DOWN THIS WRESTLING WALL!

-Ben Simon

It would not be long for word to get out to Ron Powers who was quick to respond. Ron Powers does not leave any words left unsaid. He has been a bully in 2011 while taking out his good friend Danny Boy for the title then targeting each and every legend that Herb Simmons can find.

First of all, Ben, you’re a dipshit. I don’t lay the format out for the articles. Did you ever think there are more people involved with the MWR website than just me? I know what my title is, and we know what yours is, a Jabrony. I want you to take issue with everything I say, and everything I do, because you are stupid enough to buy it. As far as Gary goes, He is a great athlete, and has very entertaining promos. But as long as I’m around, he will always be second best.

As far as the “open doors” at South Broadway, I don’t think so. The reason SBAC’s doors are open, is because nobody wants to wrestle there. Don’t you get it? You seem to be the only person from SBAC who even cares. And we all know how much you care. You’re the first one in the dressing room, and the last one to leave.

You also mentioned Benny, about tearing down “this wrestling wall”. Again, dumbass, get the story straight. The only people who built this wall, was all you idiots at South Broadway. Don’t EVEN compare yourselves to us! Hey, great Rhino match by the way. It sounds like the fans really got their money’s worth on that one. This is what I’m saying. You guys couldn’t coordinate a two car funeral. Broadway had great potential at one time. However, the loony’s took over the asylum. It’s an abyss of self-absorbed egos. If anyone has an issue with this, come see me at a real show this Sat. night at East Carondolet.

And last but not least, Herb and Larry. I hear you guys are passing around Pat O’Conner tapes. Could these tapes consist of a certain sleeper hold? Could you two be up to something again? Let me tell you this, it will not work on me. I have never been put to sleep by anyone in this business, and I won’t be. I don’t know what “victim” has learned this move, but it will not work on my 19″ neck, I guarantee you.

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Chris Hargas calls out the fans for support this weekend in East Carondelet.

This Saturday night, at East Carondolet, Chas Wesson and Chris Harges, you two will know what it’s like to step between the ropes and fight for your lives, when you take on me and (Sean) Vincent. Herb, you said you would find someone to take me out one day. This Saturday will not be the day!

-Ron Powers

This weekend Chris Hargas has a chance to meet Ron Powers in East Carondelet to see if he can withstand the champions onslaught. Chris Hargas be prepared as the Midwest Bully, the Kingpin of MMWA-SICW Ron Powers is in no mood to play around as he has even called out the great beloved ST Louis wrestling announcer Larry Matysik.

Will Ron Powers continues his reign of terror this Saturday????….Be there.