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PRO WRESTLING CARNIVALE

Todd Gordon had just walked out on 3PW, another show without pay, ‘Fuck No’ he thought to himself. Jasmin St. Clair had been a complete bitch to him and pretty much everyone else in the 3PW locker room over the past couple of months that it was amazing that everyone stuck around, well it wasn’t really as the guys needed the money. Gordon though had put some serious thought into whether or not he wanted to keep his position as head booker of 3PW, a company who’s owner didn’t really give two cents about him in reality and a company that he didn’t really give two cents about back.

When Jasmin failed to appear for the second show straight, Gordon knew what was going on, he knew that 3PW was in serious trouble and right their in the middle of the 3PW locker room Gordon proclaimed ‘I QUIT’. Gordon said a few personal goodbyes to those that he had worked with over the past few years in getting 3PW off the ground telling them that he’d be in touch with many of them with an idea that would solve many of their problems.

Like usual, most of the guys shrugged it off, another idea, another failure. Gordon was an ambitious person but no-one thought that he’d actually get a new promotion up and running. Not only was the money a problem, but they’d all seen Gordon over the past year slowly deteriorate as the pressure of being the sole man behind everything creative in 3PW had slowly but surely gotten to him. So, they all shook hands with Gordon said their goodbyes, not expecting to hear from him again for quite some time.

Jack Victory had also decided that night that enough was enough and having heard what Todd Gordon had to say followed Todd out of the ECW Arena and into the almost pitch black parking lot. Jack knew Todd had something in the works, he’d been a friend of Gordon’s for many years now and he knew how his mind worked, he knew he wouldn’t walk out on a job, no matter how bad it was for him unless he had something up his sleeve, a definitive plan set up to get his teeth stuck into right away.

Jack was right to some extent. Todd did have something set up…

Pro Wrestling Carnivale was something Todd Gordon had put a lot of thought into, but nothing was set in stone. He’d worked out that since all the bookings at the ECW Arena were under his name he’d be able to use those bookings from March through June (with an option to extend to more dates for another six months which would take it through to December) for PWC.

Getting wrestlers, staff etc. to work for him was not a problem, the only problem he faced was probably the most important in any business. Money. Gordon didn’t have enough, despite saving up a nice little nest egg over the years he didn’t have nowhere near enough to open up a new promotion let alone finance one from month to month. Gordon had a few contacts but he doubted whether any of them would actually take the plunge into the risky world of wrestling.

A week later, with help from his new number two Jack Victory; Todd managed to tie up a backer for Pro Wrestling Carnivale.

Paul Eversman, a small time broker in the Tri-State area was convinced by Todd to put quite a bit of money into PWC to get it up off the ground due to being a life long wrestling fan and now an avid follower of the Tri-State independent scene. Paul at one time was approached by Gabe Sapolsky to finance ROH after the Feinstein incident but decided against it at the time due to not having the available capital to get behind such an expanding product like ROH, but PWC on the other hand was not as big as and probably wouldn’t be as big as ROH for at least 2-3 years down the line and this was the perfect opportunity for himself to be actively involved in a wrestling promotion to some degree.

It was now early February and Todd was working to a deadline of March 19th to have everything sorted by as that date was the date that the booking at Viking Hall was for and if he didn’t run he was kissing goodbye to a $7,500 dollar fee that would have to be paid whether he ran a show or didn’t. People had been called, an office had been set up, a ring had been bought, a basic entrance had been made and everything else was sorted and falling into place. The only thing Gordon had left to do was to get some actual workers to work his show.

Now whilst Todd was aiming high, he didn’t really want to sign the same guys that ROH was using at the time because it was inevitable that they’d be branded an ROH wannabe. So instead Gordon decided to go in pretty much the same direction as 3PW was going, a more risqué product with more brawls, more blood and more violence with good technical and work-rate bouts thrown in for good measure. Gordon decided on not letting anyone know about who was going to be working for PWC until the official card was announced.

Pro Wrestling Carnivale was set to rock the wrestling world, or so Todd Gordon thought. He wanted to make an impact; he wanted to make a statement that Pro Wrestling Carnivale was the next big thing. Although it wouldn’t be along the lines of throwing the NWA World Title down and taking Eastern Championship Wrestling into a new era he hoped he would be able to come up with something that would give PWC the edge in a very competitive and unstable industry.

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- The first ever Pro Wrestling Carnivale show will see a Yung Dragons reunion as Jamie Gibson will team up with AJPW’s very own Kaz Hayashi to take on the team of NJPW and NWATNA’s Christopher Daniels and TNA X Division champion AJ Styles. Will AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels be able to work as a team or will past issues resurface and cost them the match?

- Also at the debut show, the Thomaselli’s a.k.a. The Iron Saints will be in action in a six-man tag team match against the all-star team of Slyk Wagner Brown, Matt Sydal and Grim Reefer. The Iron Saints have said they have come to PWC to make an impact and getting a win over the threesome of Brown, Sydal and Reefer will go a long way to doing that.

- B-Boy has made it very clear that he is in PWC only for the money and the gold. B-Boy has said that he is going to destroy Jardi Frantz and that his sole arm is to become PWC Heavyweight Champion and he doesn’t care who he has to beat to get to it.

- After hearing that he had been put in a match with Brad Bradley, Jimmy Vegas called the PWC offices to beg that he should be put in another match because he didn’t want his chiselled good looks getting damaged in any way.

- In the next couple of month’s their will be a tournament to crown the first ever PWC Heavyweight Champion, no further details are available at this point other than the tournament is likely to get under way at the next show on 4/2. All those that have an impressive showing at the debut show will more than likely find their name put into the hat for the tournament.

Pro Wrestling Carnivale

The Debut Show

Saturday 19th March 2005

Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

OOC: Predictions are always welcomed. Their will be some sort of prize to do with the diary for the person who gets the most predictions correct.

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Fitting backstory and a great roster from the look of things. You've got me anxious for a show, so here are some predictions:

Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

-Both teams have their problems but Jamie & Kaz manage to stick through and beat Daniels & Styles and this'll lead to a Styles/Daniels feud perhaps?

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

-He's hungry.

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

-By interference from Becky...just a wild guess. >.>

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

-Maybe an upset here would be good, also to set up Vegas as a good heel

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

-Because they are the Iron Saints against just a thrown-together team pretty much. :>

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

-Really, no question about it.

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

-I'll go for Daniels here. Wolf's beaten him earlier (in IWA Mid-South) and frankly I don't see a reason for Wolf winning so...

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

The Debut Show

Saturday 19th March 2005

Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

Very good start to a diary!

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Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

The Debut Show

Saturday 19th March 2005

Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

- Though I'd personally love a Carnage Crew win

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

Nice story so far anyhow, looking forward to a first show.

OOC: Predictions are always welcomed. Their will be some sort of prize to do with the diary for the person who gets the most predictions correct.

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Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

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Special Attraction Tag Team Match

Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles vs. Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi

Singles Match

Jardi Frantz vs. B-Boy

Four Way Tag Team Match

Azrieal & Dixie w/ Becky Bayless vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Carnage Crew (Tony DeVito & HC Loc) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Triple Threat Mayhem Match

Brad Bradley vs. James Keenan vs. Jimmy Vegas

Six Man Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Brandon, Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter

Singles Match

Chris Hero vs. Dean Radford

No DQ Match

Mark Wolf vs. Danny Daniels

Looks pretty good so far...but I'm not quite sure if I should be honored or angry that you've pretty much taken the same style I've been using with DARK... we'll see how your first show is, and if it's good, I'll lean more towards the latter. Good luck.

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Looks pretty good so far...but I'm not quite sure if I should be honored or angry that you've pretty much taken the same style I've been using with DARK... we'll see how your first show is, and if it's good, I'll lean more towards the latter. Good luck.

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Presents…

The Debut Show

Saturday 19th March 2005

- The first ever Pro Wrestling Carnivale show kicked off with Jimmy Vegas coming out to a chorus of boo’s from the crowd. Vegas in his cocky style wearing a high top red furry hat grabbed a mic and ripped into the fans in attendance. Jimmy Vegas then announced himself as Pro Wrestling Carnivale’s Franchise, the top dog. The fans got on the back of Vegas with a ‘Shut The Fuck Up’ chant. Brad Bradley then came out from the back to a decent reaction. Bradley climbed into the ring and got face to face with Vegas. The fans started chanting ‘Fuck Him Up, Bradley’ as Brad almost turned the lights out on Vegas with a stiff lariat. The bell then rang for the match to start as James Keenan came running out from the back. Bradley controlled most of the match, coming close to winning with a brainbuster on James Keenan but Jimmy Vegas managed to break the count at two. Vegas then disposed of Bradley with a low blow sending him to the outside. Vegas then one on one with Keenan hit him with the Cha-Ching Slam for the victory.

- Jack Victory then came out and grabbed a mic. Victory thanked the four hundred plus in attendance for coming out tonight. Victory then announced that he has been made commissioner of Pro Wrestling Carnivale. Victory then announced PWC would be back on 4/2 and that show would also be the start of the PWC Heavyweight Title tournament.

- Next up Chris Hero took on former IWC Champion Dean Radford. Both men exchanged holds and Hero seemed surprised that Radford could match him, rolling to the outside to gather his thoughts and think up a new strategy to beat Radford. Hero came back in and after an exchange of blows, Radford again came out on top and Hero once again took a time out on the outside. Radford then hit a suicide dive through the ropes onto Hero. After a brief brawl on the outside both men were back in the ring where Hero finally managed to get on top of the match. It didn’t last long though as Radford escaped a Hero’s Welcome attempt and rolled Hero up into a small package for the three count.

- A chaotic four way tag match then followed as Azrieal & Dixie accompanied by Becky Bayless, The Outcast Killers, The Carnage Crew and the Texas Death Club battled it out. Azrieal & Dixie and Becky Bayless were acting cocky in the aisle when The Carnage Crew came from nowhere taking them down in the aisle and the match got under way before any of the four teams had reached the ring. A brawl then broke out in the aisle as the other two teams joined the match. Sean Hanson though did his job well as he managed to restore order and got everyone into the ring and or on the apron for the match to proceed. The Carnage Crew seemed to be the most dominant team as DeVito & Loc handed out some serious beatings with DeVito hitting some viscous crossface smashes across the face of Oman Tortuga. Masada would have had the match won if it wasn’t for Dixie as he hit a sick northern lights suplex on Azrieal sending him upside down and headfirst into the turnbuckle. It was Azrieal and Dixie though who came out on top of this match after a series of dives to the outside including a moonsault from the top rope by DeVito. Sexton was in the ring winding up for something big but as he hit the ropes on the opposite side of the ring, Becky grabbed one of his feet, tripping him up. As Sexton went for Becky, Dixie came in and tapped Sexton on the shoulder and then as Sexton turned, Dixie hit him with a enziguri and rolled him up for the three count.

- ’The New Age Punisher’ lived up to his nickname in the next match of the evening as he dealt out a serious beating to Jardi Frantz. B-Boy was the most popular coming out, but that was soon about to change. Frantz came close to winning the match a couple of times with a couple of quick rollups and then once after a devastating reverse hurracanrana, but none of this was enough to put B-Boy away. B-Boy came back strong after the reverse rana rocking Jardi with a stiff lariat, then when Jardi sat up, B-Boy exploded with a Shining Wizard right to the face of Jardi for the three count.

- After the match had ended B-Boy grabbed a microphone from ringside and said he had ‘arrived’ and this match had just marked the beginning of the ‘B-Boy Era’. B-Boy then left the ring and trash talked a number of fans at ringside as most in attendance started to boo him.

- Next up was the six man tag match that saw The Iron Saints take on Matt Sydal, Grim Reefer & Slyk Wagner Brown. The Iron Saints had been claiming prior to this match that this would be their night and that they would prove to everyone that they are one of the top families in wrestling as well as one of the most dominant units. Their claim looked to be in trouble when Sydal, Reefer and Brown started clicking as a team. All three members of the opposing team came close to winning all hitting their signature moves and it looked like a certain victory after Reefer had hit a rope walk senton on Brandon Thomaselli followed by a sit-out gory special neckbreaker from Sydal, but Vito just managed to get into the ring in time to break the count. The Thomaselli’s worked well as a team and showed why they were not be messed with. Salvatore and Vito at one point hit Wagner Brown with a neck breaking missile dropkick/german suplex combo that got two after being broken by Sydal. Wagner Brown then came back strong almost winning the match with a sit-out powerbomb on Brandon, but again someone was in there to break the count. The match then moved into the closing stages as The Iron Saints finished each man off separately leaving Reefer in the ring. Brandon then held Reefer in the corner as Vito and Salvatore then went to opposite corners with chairs. Both then springboarded across the ring with a double-team Van Terminator for the victory.

- The No DQ Match was a short but brutal match as Danny Daniels and Mark Wolf went toe to toe with each other exchanging big moves and chair shots. As expected with this type of match there was no real story. Both men brawled into the crowd for a bit with Daniels hitting Wolf with a glass of beer. Whilst in the crowd Daniels hit a sick tombstone piledriver off a chair onto another chair but by the time Daniels had got Wolf back to the ring he had recovered enough to kick out. Wolf then came back, reversing an Irish whip into the corner and following up with a bulldog. Wolf then went to finish the match off with the Nevermind DDT but Daniels managed to spin out and hit The Rubik’s Cube for the three count.

- In the main event and match of the night Christopher Daniels & AJ Styles took on Jamie Gibson & Kaz Hayashi. Christopher Daniels and AJ Styles got the biggest pop of the night coming out, especially Daniels who took his time coming to the ring before finally disrobing to his wrestling gear. Jamie Gibson and Kaz Hayashi came out together and got a decent reaction from the crowd but not on the level of Daniels & AJ. During the match Christopher Daniels and AJ Styles amazingly managed to co-exist, but there was some obvious tension between the pair as they made a couple of hard tags out, almost in the region of being slaps. Hayashi and Gibson also worked well together, managing to get in some good double team moves. Gibson at one point had AJ on his shoulders and Kaz springboarded into the ring and took AJ off Gibson’s shoulders with a hurracanrana. Daniels and AJ came close to winning just under the ten minute mark of the match as they hit a doomsday device on Gibson, but Kaz got their just in time to break the pinfall attempt. At one point during the match, Gibson hit a suicide dive to the outside on Christopher Daniels. Kaz then went for a dive clearing the top ropes as Daniels moved and Kaz came crashing down on Gibson. Daniels then climbed onto the apron and hit a split legged moonsault to the floor on Kaz and Gibson. The fans then went crazy as AJ climbed up onto the turnbuckle and jumped off with a corkscrew moonsault onto everyone. The match then went into overdrive building to the finish. Gibson and Daniels were in the ring exchanging blows, Daniels then went for the Last Rites but Gibson managed to escape and hit a Dragon Suplex holding on, but at the count of two AJ came flying out of nowhere with the Spiral Tap onto Gibson who was bridged holding onto Daniels. As AJ got up groggily Kaz springboarded into the ring looking for a hurracanrana but AJ managed to catch him and then hit the Styles Clash for the three count. As Gibson and Kaz then left the ring AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels stood face to face in the ring as things looked like they could finally break down, but instead of coming to blows both men shook hands to end the show.

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Good show.

I'm liking the tesion between Styles and Daniels, and it could lead to some big things if both men stick around.

Couple of surprises when it came to the results, and that is always a good thing, especially if you're going to push some of the lesser known guys like Radford and Vegas.

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- It seems as though AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels have come to some sort of agreement to continue to team together. At The Debut Show there was some obvious tension between the two but AJ Styles has said the two of them could go very far as a team and expects both of them to team in the tag team tournament that is soon to be announced.

- As Jack Victory announced last week the next show on 4/2 entitled Road To The Gold will see the start of the Pro Wrestling Carnivale Heavyweight Title. The tournament will consist of four three-way matches with the winners then going onto the 4/16 show to face off in the first ever Carnivale Challenge match. The Carnivale Challenge match is a four-way elimination match with each fall having a different stipulation. The stipulations for the match will be announced sometime in the near future.

- After his match with Jardi Frantz at The Debut Show B-Boy was telling anyone who’d listen that the Heavyweight Title was his after being told he was in the title tournament.

- Chris Hero called the PWC offices earlier today saying that his reputation was on the line if he doesn’t get a rematch with Dean Radford to show that he is the better man and that Dean Radford’s victory was just a fluke. Upon hearing this Jack Victory obliged by booking Chris Hero versus Dean Radford for the 4/16 depending on Radford’s progression in the tournament.

- Kaz Hayashi is seemingly done with Pro Wrestling Carnivale. Backstage at the last event Jamie Gibson and Kaz Hayashi were heard arguing after their match with Kaz saying that he was returning to Japan and wouldn’t be coming back to US for quite some time.

Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Road To The Gold

Saturday 2nd April 2005

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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The PWCarnivale Prediction Competition

With 6/7, erstyle picks up the first point in the competition to win a DVD or CD of choice. Remember it’s the first to eight points (I might bring this down to six if it seems like it may take too long for someone to get to eight).

Points Table

erstyle – 1

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PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Road To The Gold

Saturday 2nd April 2005

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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- It seems as though AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels have come to some sort of agreement to continue to team together. At The Debut Show there was some obvious tension between the two but AJ Styles has said the two of them could go very far as a team and expects both of them to team in the tag team tournament that is soon to be announced.

- As Jack Victory announced last week the next show on 4/2 entitled Road To The Gold will see the start of the Pro Wrestling Carnivale Heavyweight Title. The tournament will consist of four three-way matches with the winners then going onto the 4/16 show to face off in the first ever Carnivale Challenge match. The Carnivale Challenge match is a four-way elimination match with each fall having a different stipulation. The stipulations for the match will be announced sometime in the near future.

- After his match with Jardi Frantz at The Debut Show B-Boy was telling anyone who’d listen that the Heavyweight Title was his after being told he was in the title tournament.

- Chris Hero called the PWC offices earlier today saying that his reputation was on the line if he doesn’t get a rematch with Dean Radford to show that he is the better man and that Dean Radford’s victory was just a fluke. Upon hearing this Jack Victory obliged by booking Chris Hero versus Dean Radford for the 4/16 depending on Radford’s progression in the tournament.

- Kaz Hayashi is seemingly done with Pro Wrestling Carnivale. Backstage at the last event Jamie Gibson and Kaz Hayashi were heard arguing after their match with Kaz saying that he was returning to Japan and wouldn’t be coming back to US for quite some time.

Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Road To The Gold

Saturday 2nd April 2005

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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The PWCarnivale Prediction Competition

With 6/7, erstyle picks up the first point in the competition to win a DVD or CD of choice. Remember it’s the first to eight points (I might bring this down to six if it seems like it may take too long for someone to get to eight).

Points Table

erstyle – 1

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Road To The Gold

Saturday 2nd April 2005

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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Pro Wrestling Carnivale

Road To The Gold

Saturday 2nd April 2005

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

AJ Styles vs. Dean Radford vs. Dixie

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Christopher Daniels vs. Xavier vs. Jerry Lynn

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy vs. Danny Daniels

PWCarnivale Heavyweight Title Tournament

Joey Matthews vs. Matt Striker vs. Jimmy Vegas

3 Way Tag Team Match

The Iron Saints (Salvatore & Vito Thomaselli) w/ Brandon Thomaselli vs. The Outcast Killers (Oman Tortuga & Diablo Santiago) vs. The Texas Death Club (Masada & Todd Sexton)

Singles Match

Slyk Wagner Brown w/ April Hunter vs. Matt Sydal w/ Daizee Haze

Singles Match

Damian Adams vs. Troy Lords

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