Posts Tagged ‘Pro Wrestling Epic’
Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 27, 2013
Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 1, 2012
Harmony Hardy returns to Missouri Wrestling Revival in 2012 with a collage of one of the most popular wrestlers in the Midwest. Maddog McDowell has been on the road last year working with top promotions such as 3XWrestling, Metro Pro Wrestling,Pro Wrestling Phoenix, Pro Wrestling Epic, MECW and Dynamo Pro Wrestling.
Please enjoy this look at one of MWR’s favorite wrestlers today- Maddog McDowell.
The month of February is going to be huge for the fans of Madddog McDowel as this very weekend he will be in action for the 2011 MWR Promotion of the Year Metro Pro Wrestling in Kansas City. This will be Metro Pro Wrestling first show of the year and you will not to miss it!!!!
Later in the month, Maddog McDowell will return to Des Moines, Iowa for 3XWrestling. 3XWrestling also welcomes the hard hitting former WWE, WCW and ECW wrestling machine, Perry Saturn at 3XW REIGN OF TERROR III.
Let us watch a match from 3XW as he takes on Metro Pro and 3XW star Domino Rivera back in 2010.
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 1, 2012
During the MWR years, there have been no doubts on the skills of Brandon Espinosa.
Yet, in 2011, Brandon Espinosa experienced a breakout year. He sought out better training at OVW in Louisville and is now featured regularly on OVW TV with other future WWE stars. He arguably wrestled more matches for more companies than anybody in the area- at least 100 per year. Espinosa was a key player not only in his hometown of St. Louis but around the country
In what may have been his biggest win to date , Espinosa won the Pro Wrestling Epic 8 tournament by defeating Ace Hawkins in round one, Evan Money in round two, then in an exciting final matchup shocked the Midwest when he defeated one of the very best in ROH Superstar Jimmy Jacobs.
Throughout the year he wrestled for All American Pro Wrestling, High Voltage Wrestling, Independent Hardcore Wrestling, IWA Unlimited, IWA Productions, NWA Supreme, Pro Wrestling Epic, Metro East Championship Wrestling, & MMWA-SICW in the MWR covering area for 2011, has also wrestled for New Midwest Wrestling & NWA Dynamo in the past. In 2011, held the MMWA Jr. Heavyweight Championship, MMWA Wild World of Wrestling TV Championship (current holder), Pro Wrestling Epic Heavyweight Championship (current holder), and IWAU Club Championship but also held the Pro Wrestling Prestige US & Heavyweight Championship and TIWF Cruiserweight Championship in Tennessee, plus at one point held 4 Championships at once.
He competed in the following tournaments in 2011 – NWA Midwest X-Division Championship, AIWF Krazy 8 in North Carolina, IHW St. Louis Invitational, and OVW #1 Contender Gauntlet, reached the Finals in the SICW Classic Championship and TIWF Cruiserweight Championship Gauntlet, and won the PWE Epic 8 and the first ever St. Louis Cable TV trophy by defeating David Osborne, Phil E. Blunt and Gary Jackson.
He would contend for the WLW title held by “The Prince” Jason Jones in his very first match with the company coming up just short when Jone’s manager threw salt in the eyes of Espinosa.
Espinosa had victories over nationally known talents such as Jimmy Jacobs, El Generico, Jay Lethal, and Mike Sydal.
In 2011, Espinosa wrestled in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Wisconsin, as well as in the past in Arkansas, and Kansas.
Espinosa also made an appearance on All Worked Up (Season 3 Episode 12) when taped at a ROH event in Ohio. Also is the trainer of MWR talent and the 2011 PWI Rookie of the Year Ace Hawkins, as well as many others.
We are proud to announce that Brandon Espinosa as the 2011 MWR Wrestler of the Year.
1st Runner Up- Mark Sterling
2nd Runner Up – Jeremy Wyatt
3rd Runner Up – Ron Powers
Other wrestlers receiving votes : Derek Stone, Brian Ash, Trevor Murdock, Bailey Mannix, Ryan Phoenix, Jason Jones, Brian Breaker, Edmund McGuire, Mike Sydal and Gary Jackson.
2010 Mike Sydal
2009 Mark Sterling
2008 Jeremy Wyatt
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2011 PWI Rookie of the Year, Ace Hawkins, AIWF Krazy 8, All American Pro Wrestling, All Worked Up (Season 3 Episode 12), Bailey Mannix, Brandon Espinosa, Brian Ash, Brian Breaker, David Osborne, Derek Stone, Edmund McGuire, El Generico, Evan Money, Gary Jackson, High Voltage Wrestling, IHW St. Louis Invitational, Independent Hardcore Wrestling, IWA Productions, IWA unlimited, IWAU Club Championship, Jason Jones, Jay Lethal, jeremy wyatt, Jimmy Jacobs, mark sterling, Metro East Championship Wrestling, MMWA Jr. Heavyweight Championship, MMWA Wild World of Wrestling TV Championship, MMWA-SICW, New Midwest Wrestling, NWA Dynamo, NWA Midwest X-Division Championship, NWA SUPREME, OVW, OVW #1 Contender Gauntlet, Phil E. Blunt, Pro Wrestling Epic, Pro Wrestling Epic 8, Pro Wrestling Prestige, ROH, Ron Powers, Ryan Phoenix, SICW Classic Championship, St. Louis Cable TV, The Prince Jason Jones, TIWF Cruiserweight Championship, TIWF Cruiserweight Championship Gauntlet, Trevor Murdock, WLW, WWE | 2 Comments »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 8, 2011
MWR fans throughout the three plus years that MWR has been in existence, there has been many who feel that wrestling’s nastiest wrestler has been “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt, there is very few that would argue that the hardest working wrestling is none other than Mark Sterling but what about the biggest and most feared wrestler today?
While no wrestler in the Midwest is more loved than the Mississippi Madman, he brings to the ring a softer side during his matches. In the past the name that was mentioned for feared was “The Future” Donovan Ruddick who currently resides in WWE’S developmental system with FCW under his new moniker DT Porter.
Ruddick standing at 6”9 was a machine that the fans in ST Louis loved to see weather or not he was in a good mood or heaven forbid the man was on a war path destroying opponents on a weekly basis.
With Ruddick’s absence who do we believe is heir to his throne of the Biggest and most feared wrestler in the wrestler in the Midwest?
At the top of any list one would have to say that is “Mean” Mason Beck. Beck a powerful man in the old of Ruddick towers over the competition. What makes Beck a front runner for this title is the fact of how much speed and stamina the man possess.
We have seen recently Mason Beck bully his way around the Midwest with power moves and wrestling combined.
Beck is a former partner of Ruddick as last year the two teamed up with manager MR Late Nite to beat the Madman and his partner former WWE STAR U-Gene at Pro Wrestling Epic ; the two looked to take over the Midwest before Ruddick’s signing of WWE.
While many wrestlers in the Midwest would like to see Beck get signed and move to Florida along with Ruddick, MWR Fans we highly recommend that you get to a show near you to see Mason Beck in action soon before that happens.
Let us look at a video package of why he is MWRS pick for Biggest and most feared wrestler today
Just a few weeks ago we were in Springfield Illinois for New Midwest Wrestling where Mason Beck took on fellow rising superstar Nick Brubaker in a phenomenal match. Brubaker by no means is a push over and went toe to toe with the big man but it was breathtaking at times seeing the power of Beck being demonstrated at times during the match on Brubaker.
Yet MWR may be wrong fans who else could be the man that puts fear in the Wrestlers heart?
In alphabetical order
Young and wild is words that come to mind for this Metro Pro Wrestling and NWA Dynamo star. Rudolph has been recently been seen around the Midwest more frequent the first part of the 2011 causing alarm for many young wrestlers. Led by manager Sadie Blaze winning has not seemed to be the objective as much as hurting people.
Ash the current 3XWrestling Champion is intimating to say the least. He brings to the ring a ring presence of power and respect. He is the main reason that Genesis has had the edge over the fan favorites at 3XWrestling
Schmitt is a former WLW Champion who knows how to wrestle but would rather cause trouble and hurt people like MPW Champion Derek Stone along with good friend Trevor Murdock. While Schmitt may seem fun lovin as he heads to the ring it is his roughneck ways in the ring that has his opponents running for cover.
The Dixieland Destroyer
Unpredictable and dangerous is what many have to say about the DixieLand Destroyer. You never know what you will get from the masked man. At times has shown a friendly side but when the bell rings he pushes his weight around in a ferocious manner. Referees and Security’s worse nightmare you never know if he truly understands the rules of the match.
Maxwell was just a name on a card in the past at Pro Wrestling Phoenix but when he targeted the Big Hurt Abu Colossus last summer in a brutal feud he put the wrestling world in notice that he would no longer be forgotten. After winning the first stage of his feud he is now the PWP Champion with Abu once again knocking on his door.
Powers has been feared for many years and age has not slowed down this monster. It looked as if time had soften the big man as he was cheered in 2010m but after feeling slighted with the love that CWC Champion Danny Boy Hawkins was receiving he went postal. MMWA-SICW promoter Herb Simmons has had to employ extra security to contain the rage of Powers during the shows in East Carondelet. Powers would win the CWC title this past March from Danny Boy with no looks of slowing down anytime soon.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 3XWrestling, Alexander Rudolph, Brian Ash, Bull Schmitt, Danny Boy Hawkins, Donovan Ruddick, Herb Simmons, jeremy wyatt, mark sterling, Mason Beck, Metro pro Wrestling, Mississippi Madman, MMWA-SICW, MR Late Nite, New Midwest Wrestling, Nick Brubaker, Preston Maxwell, Pro Wrestling Epic, Pro Wrestling Phoenix, Ron Powers, Sadie Blaze, The Dixieland Destroyer | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 10, 2011
Posted by flairwhoooooo on January 17, 2011
Evan Money is truly a star on the rise. One of the most loved stars at MECW he has branched out to Independent Hardcore Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Epic as well as Chicago’s Windy City Wrestling.
A mixture of high flying and an impressive improving ground game, Money can steal the show on any given night.
We at MWR was proud to have Money be our Wrestler of the Night by wearing a MWR T-shirt to the ring prior to a few of his matches in 2010 then throw it to one lucky fan.
Now is your chance to own a t-shirt of Evan Money himself. Not only that but it has been autographed from the star himself.
The questions are
1) Who did he defeat in his very first match at MECW?
2) What number is Evan Money in the MWR Trading card set
3) What is Evan Money’s finishing maneuver?
All you have to do is answer the 3 questions correctly and we will mail you this t-shirt for FREE thanks to Evan Money
Please send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org under subject please put “EVAN MONEY GIVE AWAY
HINT HINT FIND THE ANSWERS at his MWR Trading card link.
See Evan this Saturday in action
Posted by flairwhoooooo on December 7, 2010
Last month at Pro Wrestling Epic we were on hand to watch the PWE Champion the Mississippi Madman team up with former WWE’s Eugene to take on “The Future” Donovan Ruddick and Mason Beck.
During the evening I had the chance to sit down with a young Michael Hayes. Hayes is just beginning to train under Eugene (Nick Dinsmore )and the rest of the staff at Ohio Valley Wrestling.
The website says it best
Ohio Valley Wrestling is recognized around the world as one of the finest professional wrestling training facilities in the industry. OVW counts among its many accolades that it was once one of the official developmental programs for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), the sport’s leading promotion.
Over the years, OVW has trained over one hundred superstars for the WWE, including many current and past WWE Champions: Batista, John Cena, Victoria, Doug and Danny Basham, Shelton Benjamin, Charlie Haas, Randy Orton, plus many more including Rob Conway, Eugene, Sylvan Grenier, Bobby Lashley, and Lance Cade.
Located in Louisville, Kentucky, OVW‘s training center is under the supervision of OVW owner “Nightmare” Danny Davis, a former pro wrestler with nearly 30 years’ experience in wrestling, managing, promoting, and training, with Rip Rogers as lead trainer – who is a veteran pro wrestler and trainer in his own right.
Let me share with you a special interview I did with Hayes.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: “The Future" Donovan Ruddick, Batista, Bobby Lashley, Charlie Haas, Danny Basham, Danny Davis, Eugene, John Cena, Lance Cade, Mason Beck, Michael Hayes, Ohio Valley Wrestling, OVW, Pro Wrestling Epic, Randy Orton, Rip Rogers, Rob Conway, Shelton Benjamin, Sylvan Grenier, Victoria, World Wrestling Entertainment | 1 Comment »
Dubi meets the Pro Wrestling Epic fans get to meet WWE Star Eugene, see New PWE Tag champs and catch a free MWR T-shirt from Da Cobra
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 25, 2010
By Dubray Tallman
In an exciting night of wrestling, fans in Mt Pulaski Illinois was able to catch stars of the Midwest go at in an action packed evening. Pro Wrestling Epic’s special guest was none other than the fun loving Eugene. Eugene a former WWE Superstar was at his best as he teamed up with the PWE Champion the Mississippi Madman to take on “The Future” Donovan Ruddick and Mason Beck led by MR. Late Night.
Prior to his match Eugene and the Madman took the time to meet their fans with autographs and pictures. Mt Pulaski Illinois wrestling fan Sandy Wilham was more than happy to have her picture taken with the two PWE stars.
In what many would call an upset, the PWE Tag team titles changed hands when Mephisto and Kurt Styles defeated the team of Aaron Mathews and Jeff Harris collectively known as Dead Sexy. Before the new champs left Mephisto posed with Jacob Hahn at ringside.
We caught up with the new champs who had this to say.
The MWR Wrestler of the night was the high flying and exciting Da Cobra. Prior to his match Da Cobra wore the #1 shirt in the Midwest to the ring and threw in to you Darionne Brown of Decatur Illinois.
We would like to thank everyone at PWE and we hope that you come back at MWR for a full photo recap of this fun filled show and I couldn’t resist the chance to get my picture taken with the very entertaining Eugene.
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: Aaron Mathews, “The Future” Donovan Ruddick, Da Cobra, Dead Sexy, Eugene, Jeff Harris, Kurt Styles, Mason Beck, Mephisto, Mississippi Madman, MR. Late Night, MWR, Pro Wrestling Epic, PWE, WWE | 2 Comments »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 17, 2010
This past weekend MWR was excited to back at Mt Pulaski Illinois at Pro Wrestling Epic to catch a main event with two of the most charismatic wrestlers in the game today. Former WWE Superstar Eugene was back to the Midwest to team up with the PWE Champion the Mississippi Madman and Mason Beck lead by the evil MR. Late Nite.
Prior to the match we caught up with both Eugene and the Madman.
TO BE CONTINUED in a full blown recap of PWE at MT. Pulaski …..
The Nose Bleed Seats – #69 PWCI – Pro Wrestling Epic | The Nose Bleed Seats featuring Tyler Black vs. Brandon Aarons
Posted by flairwhoooooo on November 8, 2010
To check out MWR’S coverage of that event click here…Pro Wrestling Epic photo recap Mt. Pulaki, IL – Tyler Black vs. Brandon Aarons.
PWE Returns this Saturday….Join MWR along with Dubray’s Dubi Meets the fans this Saturday in Mt Pulaski with former WWE Star Eugene.