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Kane At MCW Tribute To The Legends 10/5; Future Of Honor 8/16

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Kane at MCW Tribute to the Legends 10/5; Future of Honor 8/16 – MCW Pro Wrestling returns to action with the WWE’s Kane on Saturday, October 5 with a day long Tribute to the Legends! Convention from 12-5 pm, Bell Time 7 pm!

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On Friday, August 16, see the Future of Honor LIVE at their new home – The MCW Arena, 1000 Joppa Farm RD in Joppa, MD! Meet and greet 6:30 pm, bell time 8 pm!

Meet The Briscoe Brothers during the meet and greet!

In live action:
– Top Prospect Tournament Showcase Tag Match: Ken Dixon and Dak Draper vs. Joe Keys and Austin Gunn
– Brian Johnson vs. Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup winner Brandon Scott
– …all this and more!

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Corey Graves And Renee Young At MCW THIS Sunday, 3/31!

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MCWProWrestling – MCW Pro Wrestling brings Corey Graves and Renee Young to “Spring Fever” THIS Sunday, March 31 to the MCW Arena, 1000 Joppa Farm RD in Joppa, MD! Meet and greet 1 p.m. Live action 2:30 p.m.

– MCW Heavyweight champion Danta Caballero vs. Kekoa
– MCW Women’s champion Gia Scott vs. Aria Palmer
– King McBride w/ Justin Schlegel and Andy Vineberg vs. Brandon Scott
– Ken Dixon vs. Joe Keys
– Joe Gacy vs. Elijah King
– Robby and Bobby vs. The Saviors (Eric Martin, John Sklyer) w/ JP Callahan
– Greg Excellent vs. Shaun Cannon w/ The Sickness

Tickets available now at and at Baseball Card Outlet and Sports Memorabilia, 7502 Eastern Ave in Baltimore, MD. Show support on Facebook at

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Wrestle Talk Podcast – Elevated Feat. Brandon Aarons & Ken Dixon Ep. 166

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Check out the latest episode from our friends at the Wrestle Talk Podcast With Joe & Rene, which features Guests Brandon Aarons (Dynamo Pro Wrestling) and Ken Dixon (Primal Conflict Wrestling). 

As the first graduate of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Dojo 10 years ago, Aarons has wrestled for many promotions throughout the United States, including Pro Wrestling Epic, Southern Illinois Championship Wrestling, Mid-Missouri Wrestling Alliance, All American Pro Wrestling, Metro East Championship Wrestling, Gateway Elite Wrestling, IWA Mid-South, Dynamo Pro Wrestling, and the National Wrestling Alliance. He was also recognized in the 2011 PWI 500. In 2015, he was recognized as the “Sexiest Male Wrestler.” Over the course of his career, he has won many championships. Presently, he approaches the one year anniversary of winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, defeating Mike Outlaw on November 26th, 2016. Since winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship, he has defended the championship in outside promotions throughout the Midwestern United States, including the Global Wrestling Federation, Proving Ground Pro, and Glory Pro Wrestling.

A native of Climax, Georgia, Dixon was trained for professional wrestling by Axl Rotten and Ronnie Zukko. He made his professional wrestling debut in 2013. Since then, he has wrestled for many professional wrestling promotions, including Maryland Championship Wrestling, Primal Conflict Wrestling, Keystone Pro Wrestling, WildKatPro Wrestling, World Xtreme Wrestling, World Wrestling Network, Full Impact Pro Wrestling, the National Wrestling Alliance, Combat Zone Wrestling, Global Force Wrestling and Ring of Honor Wrestling.

Also discussed on the show are AJ playing hooky, Ultima Lucha 3 and Double J fired from Impact!





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Notes In Observance – AML Wrestling 12/29/16: Honor And Prestige

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez


“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on recent television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.






(Aired 12/29/16)

Honor And Prestige 

– This episodes highlights Episodes #73-78 and the majority focused on AML Wrestling’s Prestige Championship Tournament, set up similarly to Lucha Underground’s Battle Of The Bulls. Four separate Fatal Four-Ways where each winner would face off in their own Fatal Four-Way with that winner being the new Prestige Champion. It’s hard to tell right away where the belt falls on the talent spectrum, but it appears to be the upper midcard. Not a bad idea, since we could use more gold around these parts. The AML Wrestling Prestige Championship Tournament Qualifying match between Matt Sigmon, Elliott Russell, Sean Denny and Brandon Scott had a cool angle of seeing The Heatseekers compete against each other while you also had Scott of Team Axcellence and Denny from The Geordie Bulldogs, who were in a feud with The Heatseekers. Backstage promos came from Team Axellence (who pushed being in the Tourney together and how one was better than the other), The Heatseekers (who also spoke about the Tourney, as Sigmon was unaware that Russell was also in it) and GB (as Mark Denny thought he was in the Tournament instead of his partner) in a nice mix. They made plenty use of the “Tag Team Flavor.” Rightfully so. We liked how Sigmon tried to intimidate Mark Denny before the bell as he asked how his neck was, a direct reference to The Heatseekers’ attack. The match’s tag-in format killed a little buzz for us, since you had to know that The Heatseekers would obviously stick together. Formulaic action until we got a standoff between The Heatseekers, as Russell shoved Sigmon, but then hugged him, an obvious “troll” moment. The hug set up Denny’s flawless double missile dropkick. Scott hit the Scottbuster on Russell for a near-fall. In the end, Denny spit mist into Rusell’s eyes and scooped him up in a school boy to pin him. Denny’s advancement brings some tag team legitimacy to the Finals. The magic came with The Heatseekers’ brutal chair attack on Denny’s ankle as they slammed his ankle in between the chair numerous times. Denny sold the injuries brilliantly as he covered his face and even sped his breathing up, while other officials and even Owner Tracy Myers checked on him. Logical way to advance the GB-Heatseekers feud and one has to question Denny’s condition and perhaps the scenario where Mark steps in for him. Mark’s post-match promo was great, as he kept it serious (as opposed to his jokey self) and professed revenge for his brother and wanted the AML Wrestling Tag Team Championships.

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Notes In Observance – ROH Wrestling 11/23/16: Nard And Feathered

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez


“Notes In Observance” features random thoughts and analysis on recent television shows. Quick results can be found at the bottom of the post.






(Aired 11/23/16)

Nard And Feathered 

– The Silas Young-Kyle O’Reilly match was a good time for both to face each other as Final Battle looms. O’Reilly was penciled in as the definite challenger for whomever was ROH World Champion by then, given the winner between ROH World Champion Adam Cole and Jay Lethal. We also appreciated the effort to put Young over as someone in primed position to one day be atop the card, evidenced by how close he came to beating Cole on Sep. 22 for the Title. Sort of a slow bout to start, with basic chain/technical wrestling with a couple of standoffs. Expected in the “feeling out” process. Young got some momentum as he threw O’Reilly aggressively into the barricades. O’Reilly was put over by commentary for his keen predator-esque mindset that focused on the target of different body parts in a match. They traded stiff forearms as Cole came down to join commentary to badmouth Cole as a coward. Young kicked out of a power maneuver, which prompted O’Reilly to lock in his armbar. Young escaped and nearly hit Misery, but ended up in the Brainbuster to lose the match. A fine match with an added emphasis to showcase Young’s toughness (he didn’t tap out) and keep O’Reilly hot. Young’s post-match promo used his great ability to pick on the fans as a device to hype his FB encounter with Jushin “Thunder” Liger. A fan in a Liger outfit made it all possible. That said, we would’ve had a mention of the Young-Liger match much sooner than after this bout.

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