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MCW “Slambroree” Results; “Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup” 7/13

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*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Phillip Stamper*

 

MCWProWrestling.com – MCW Pro Wrestling and Jimmy’s Famous Seafood brought “Jimmy’s Famous Slamboree to the MCW Arena in Joppa, MD this last Saturday as a benefit for Bruiser, who is currently battling Leukemia, with autograph signings from WWE star and former MCW trainee Lio Rush and superstar Melina!
Some highlights included:
– An emotional tribute to Eric Chapel
– Robby and Bobby and The Saviors advancing to the MCW Tag Team Title Tournament finals on July 13
– A challenge by NWA Worlds Heavyweight champion Nick Aldis on July 13
– The Guerrillas of Destiny’s impromptu match
– Drolix’s controversial victory of the #BruiserStrong Rumble
(Read the full results at bit.ly/jimmyswin)
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MCW returns with the “Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup” on July 13 at the MCW Arena, 1000 Joppa Farm RD in Joppa, MD! Meet and Greet 5:30 p.m., Bell Time 7:30 p.m.
BREAKING NEWS!
In a Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup Tournament Match:
Marko Stunt vs. Jimmy Lloyd
(Get a preview at bit.ly/stuntlloyd)
MCW TAG TEAM TITLE TOURNAMENT FINALS:
Robby and Bobby vs. The Saviors (John Skyler, Eric Martin w/ JP Callahan)
NWA Worlds Heavyweight champion Nick Aldis’ challenge
Will MCW Heavyweight champion Dante Caballero defend against Drolix?
(See why he might not at bit.ly/phildrolix)
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See the latest MCW action on-demand at MCWRageTV.com!
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WWE Backlash 2007 Reaction

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By Nicholas Jason Lopez

 

Fresh off the thriller that was WWE WrestleMania 23, that year’s Backlash had plenty to offer itself.

Let’s start with the Last Man Standing Match for the World Heavyweight Championship between Champion The Undertaker and Batista that actually stole the show.

That would’ve been the main event if you ask us.

There were other moments that you probably didn’t realize happened here – Vince McMahon was crowned ECW World Champion (eye-roll), WWE Women’s Champion Melina and Mickie James traded fists while in splits and a Batista spear literally brought the stage down.

This made us realize that 2007 maybe wasn’t so bad after all, as veterans like Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker delivered gutsy performances.

Now, let’s get to the nooks and crannies of “WrestleMania 23: The Important Stuff Part II.”

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Notes In Observance – Lucha Underground 8/5/15: Ultima Lucha Part II

Lucha UndergroundBy 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 8/5/15)

Ultima Lucha Part II

– The opening video was essentially a “celebration” of Lucha Underground as a whole, since its future is uncertain as of this writing. We can hope that there is a second season with all of the positive buzz it has garnered amongst new and hardcore fans alike with the way that the product meshes both reality and fantasy with Lucha Libre. It also essentially took what failed with Wrestling Society X and Lucha Libre USA and made it work with a roster full of established veterans and new faces. The video package highlighted the very first segments of the show from Dario Cueto introducing himself, to Prince Puma becoming the first Lucha Underground Champion, wrapping its way into all the main feuds coming to a payoff – Texano-Blue Demon Jr., Johnny Mundo-Alberto El Patron and Mil Muertes-Prince Puma. It was fitting that the video closed with Cueto’s “brainwashing” message to Black Lotus that El Dragon Azteca was the one who killed her parents.

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