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Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance

www.smwawrestling.com

March 28, 2004

The SMWA is going to bring the best indy action in America to Southern Michigan. We are based in Kalamazoo, Michigan and will travel around the Southern parts of Michigan bringing the best indy talent with us. We have Michigan Indy stand outs like Jimmy Jacobs and Alex Shelley plus we’ll bring in the best indy talent from around the country. Some of those talents are Chris Sabin and Colt Cabana as well as Paul London who was recently released from the WWE.

Our first show is scheduled for April 17th at the Kalamazoo High School Gym.

Chris Sabin will be taking on Jimmy Jacobs in what should be an awesome main event.

There will also be a six man tournament to crown the SMWA champion.

Alex Shelley vs. Deranged

Slim J vs. Jack Evans

Danny Dominion vs. Vito Thomaselli

The winners of those three matches will face off in a triple threat match for the SMWA Championship. These men are six of the most talented up and comers in the indy circuit and they are getting their chance to break out here in SMWA with a shot at the title on our first show.

HC Loc will take on Nate Webb in what is sure to be a brutal hardcore match. Loc is known for his hardcore brawling while Webb is a daredevil who maximizes his high flying moves with weapons for extra damage.

The SMWA is the dream of booker/owner Kevin George. From Northern Michigan originally George is hoping to create a federation from the ground up and bring wrestling throughout the midwest, an area not as highly regarded for it’s wrestling as the other areas like the East Coast, the West Coast and the South. Several of the Midwest promotions and the Michigan Indy scene are starting to gain some national recognition and the SMWA is going to be the federation to demonstrate what that wrestling is all about.

The Midwest and Michigan wrestlers will be the heart of the promotion but we will also be bringing in wrestlers from across the country because the goal is to bring fans the best wrestling and let everybody see how wrestling should be done.

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April 17, 2004

Announcer: Mike Patterson

Color Commentator: Brian Guppie

Guppie: “Welcome to the first ever Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance show. I’m Brian Guppie and joining me is Mike Patterson. We have some awesome action for you here tonight. A big six man tournament to crown the SMWA champion and in the main event Jimmy Jacobs takes on the former NWA:TNA X-Division Champion, Chris Sabin.”

Patterson: “Sabin and Jacobs are both fairly new to the business but Sabin has been around a little more and has had more public exposure and faced some big names because of being in TNA which give him an edge in the ring.”

Guppie: “That’s right Mike. But our first match pits Alex Shelley against Deranged. Shelley is more of a technical wrestler while Deranged likes to fly.”

Patterson: “Shelley says he has talent on loan from God and when he’s on I believe him. Deranged is dangerous though and he’s willing to risk himself to do some damage.”

Segment 1: Alex Shelley vs. Deranged

Alex Shelley takes Deranged down to the mat early and goes right to work on Deranged’s leg. Shelley keeps Deranged down and mercilessly attacks his right leg. However Deranged makes a come back when he shoves Shelley off from going for a figure four. Deranged has a spurt of fast offense with kicks that pepper Shelley before sending Shelley to the outside with a dropkick. Deranged launches himself over the top rope with a crossbody block but Shelley moves out of the way and Deranged lands twisting the right leg. Shelly picks Deranged up for a shin breaker but instead rams his right leg into the ringpost several times then rolls him into the ring. Shelley continues to work the leg including a springboard leg drop that lands right on Deranged’s leg. Shelley gets a figure four leglock on Deranged and forces him to tap.

Winner: Alex Shelley (8:23)

Notes: 3/4*

OA: 46 CR: 20 MQ: 72

Patterson: “Deranged used his normal high flying offense and it cost him. Shelley had weakened the leg and Deranged didn’t protect it and it allowed Shelley to take advantage and finish him off.”

Guppie: “Shelley is the first person to claim a spot in the three way match for the SMWA Championship. Danny Dominion will be taking on Vito Thomaselli in the next match and we’ll find out who the second competitor is going to be.”

Patterson: “This is going to an exciting match. Dominion is big for a cruiserweight but he can still move. Thomaselli is good on the mat and in the air so this should be an interesting match.”

Segment 2: Danny Dominion vs. Vito Thomaselli

The two trade punches early on but Vito takes control early with a hurrincanranna out of nowhere. Vito holds the advantage and works Dominion over. Dominion comes back by escaping a hammerlock then plastering Vito with a brutal forearm. Dominion charges a staggered Vito and crushes him with a clothesline. Dominion hits some big suplexes on Vito including a brutal release german suplex that drops Vito on his head. Vito slowly gets to his feet but Dominion kicks him in the gut and drops him with a crucifix powerbomb for a three count.

Winner: Danny Dominion (7:42)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 50 CR: 22 MQ: 78

Patterson: “A good match between those two and Vito just came up short in the end. Dominion was able to hit some big moves that just took Vito out of the equation in the end of the match.”

Guppie: “Dominion really had some big impact moves at the end and they sent Vito reeling and he was done for. Right now we have Danny Dominion taking on Alex Shelley in the main event and the match coming up will determine our third competitor.”

Patterson: “Slim J a standout in NWA Wildside will be taking on Jack Evans a star in Stampede Wrestling and this is going to be an all out high flying match between these two because that’s what they do best and it’s going to be exciting.”

Segment 3: Slim J in the House

Slim J dances down to the ring as techno music plays over the sound system. Slim J rolls into the ring and grabs a mic.

Slim J: “Hahaha. It’s good to be here in Bumfuck, Michigan! Tonight I’m going to be crowned the first ever SMWA Champion. Right now I face Jack Evans one on one and later I’ll be taking on Danny Dominion and Alex Shelley and I don’t see much of a problem with any of that. Jack Evans can ride his buddy, Teddy Hart’s coattails to success in other places but Teddy isn’t here so he’s going to have to actually prove himself here and I don’t think he’s got what it takes. Tonight I’m going to show all of you fans what a joke Evans is.”

OA: 46

Segment 4: Slim J vs. Jack Evans

These two go all out right off the start trading arm drags and similar moves until they both go for an arm drag and fall to the mat. They both kip up to their feet and face off to some polite applause from the crowd. Evans extends his hand and Slim J ignores it and lands a jumping enziguri to the side of Evans’ head. Slim J takes control of the match. Slim J hits a spinning headscissors and Evans rolls to the outside afterwards. Slim J leaps over the top rope and lands on the apron then hits a picture perfect asai moonsault on Evans. Slim J rolls Evans back into the ring then goes for a springboard leg drop but Evans rolls out of the way. Evans starts a slow comeback with both men trading moves looking for a weak spot to gain the advantage. Slim J goes for a german suplex but Evans flips over landing on his feet then grabs Slim J has he gets up and hits his own german suplex that sends Slim J into the mat face first. Evans follows up with a leg drop and gains control for the first time in the match. Evans works Slim J over and capitalizes with a tornado DDT off the top rope then climbs back up and hits a corkscrew moonsault to get the three count.

Winner: Jack Evans (10:56)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 53 CR: 21 MQ: 85

Patterson: “Slim J and Jack Evans just showed why they are both some of the names that people are looking at to make a big impact in the indys soon. They are both great high flyers and put on a great match here tonight.”

Guppie: “That’s for sure Mike. We are going to have an exciting three way for the SMWA Championship tonight with Alex Shelley, Danny Dominion and Jack Evans involved.”

Patterson: “That’s for sure Brian. But next we have what should be a brutal match. Nate Webb will be taking on HC Loc. Loc has made his name as one half of the carnage crew in Ring of Honor and he’s bringing that style here tonight. Nate Webb has started to make a name for himself in IWA Mid-South where he mixes his high-flying style with a hardcore element that make him a dangerous element.”

Guppie: “He’s a lot like a more talented Jeff Hardy. Tonight he’s going to have a tough time proving himself against the seasoned veteran HC Loc though.”

Segment 5: Nate Webb vs. HC Loc (No Holds Barred)

Loc starts the match off in control by taking Webb down with a clothesline then just continuing the beat down. Loc takes Webb to the outside and slams him face first into the ring post. Loc tells a fan to stand up then takes the chair but Webb recovers and delivers a dropkick that sends the chair back into Loc’s face. Webb takes control at that point then hits an asai moonsault on Loc while holding the chair to his chest. Loc gets to his feet with blood pouring down his face. Webb rolls Loc into the ring then pulls a trash can out from under the ring and throws it in. He then pulls out a table and slides that in as well. Webb rolls into the ring and takes a trash can over the head from Loc. Loc sets up the table near the corner then sets Webb up on the top rope. Loc climbs up and looks like he’s going for a superplex but Webb shoves him off and onto the table. Webb gets to his feet and hits a moonsault off the top rope onto Loc through the table. Webb then grabs the trashcan and climbs back up and hits another moonsault with the trashcan hugged to his chest then drapes an arm over Loc for the three count.

Winner: HC Loc (6:56)

Notes: DUD

OA: 41 CR: 19 MQ: 64

Patterson: “That match wasn’t pretty but it was definitely brutal. Loc got busted open pretty badly and Webb just used anything he could get his hands on to put Loc out and it worked.”

Guppie: “Nate Webb is insane! He had Loc beat after the moonsault through the table but he still went up and hit another moonsault because he could.”

Patterson: “Now it’s time for the SMWA Championship match. Alex Shelley, Danny Dominion and Jack Evans face off in what should be a hell of a match. These three have all earned their spots here tonight and now we’ll find out which of them is the best in this match.”

Guppie: “It’s this kind of do or die action that really shows what a wrestler can do in the ring when a championship is on the line wrestlers pull out every move they know in order to win.”

Segment 6: Alex Shelley vs. Danny Dominion vs. Jack Evans (SMWA Championship)

Shelley and Evans lock up in the middle of the ring and jockey for position but neither man gains an advantage so they break the hold and Dominion flattens both of them with clotheslines. Dominion keeps both men down using his larger build and greater strength. Evans manages to reverse a sidewalk slam into a spinning headscissors that sends Dominion under the ropes and out of the ring. Shelley runs across the ring and suicide dives into Dominion. As both men get to their feet Evans leaps onto the top rope then springboards into them with a shooting star press that pops the crowd. Evans takes Shelley into the ring and hits a couple of big moves but can’t get a three count. Dominion comes into the ring and sends Evans to the outside dropping him out with a belly to back suplex. Dominion goes for a powerbomb on Shelley but Shelley reverses it with a hurrincanranna and goes right into a cross armbreaker. Dominion uses the ropes to break the hold but Shelley continues to work on the arm of Dominion and locks the cross armbreaker again but Evans breaks the hold with a springboard leg drop.

The action breaks down with all three men in the ring at once trading moves back and forth nobody able to gain control of the match. Shelley takes Dominion out of the match with a single arm DDT that sends Dominion rolling out of the ring. Evans catches Shelley from behind with a release german suplex that drops Shelley on his head. Evans climbs up and hits the corkscrew moonsault then goes for the cover but Dominion pulls him off and drops him with a brainbuster. Dominion hooks the leg of Shelley and gets the three count.

Winner: Danny Dominion (17:32)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 51 CR: 25 MQ: 77

Guppie: “Danny Dominion steals the match and the SMWA Championship from Jack Evans in that match.”

Patterson: “Dominion didn’t steal the match he won it fairly. That’s how a triple threat match works and Dominion was able to capitalize. Dominion won because he was the smarter wrestler.”

Guppie: “More like the luckiest because he was in the right place at the right time to capitalize on a chance and win the match.”

Patterson: “However you write it up it doesn’t matter because Danny Dominion is the SMWA Champion. Our final match of the night is next as Jimmy Jacobs takes on former NWA:TNA X Division Champion Chris Sabin.”

Segment 7: Huss! Huss!

Jacobs runs down to the ring and jumps onto the apron. He tries to step over the top rope into the ring and makes it over with a bit of trouble.

Jacobs: “Tonight you fans will witness me destroy Chris Sabin. I have the power of the berserker behind me and nothing will stand in my way. Sabin you can talk about all your accomplishments but they don’t mean anything to me. Tonight you’ll be getting in the ring against me not against the people you’ve faced before. None of them had the power of the furry boots and the dumb fuck fans can’t help you one bit here. You are a former champion Sabin and tonight I’m going to take you out when the furry boot nails you in the face.”

OA: 42

Patterson: “Jacobs is a talented competitor but Sabin has been competing against some of the best wrestlers in the world and despite what Jacobs says that does make a difference. Sabin has more experience in the ring and with two guys as talented as these two experience is the real difference maker.”

Guppie: “Sabin may have more experience but this is still going to be a close match. These two are both great talents and this match is going to be exciting.”

Segment 8: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs

The match starts off slowly with both men testing trying to find a weakness. They trade some holds in a nice display of chain wrestling. Jacobs and Sabin lock up in a test of strength and Jacobs gains the advantage by breaking the hold with a knee to Sabin’s midsection. Jacobs goes right after the midsection taking Sabin down with a gut buster then delivers several stops to Sabin’s midsection and follows those up with a senton for a quick two count. Sabin gets to his feet and starts a comeback fighting Jacobs off with some punches. Sabin jumps up and flips Jacobs with a nice hurrincanranna then plays to the crowd. The two continue to go back and forth with neither man able to hit any big move to gain an advantage. Sabin breaks the stalemate when he ducks a clothesline from Jacobs and hits a series of rolling german suplexes and bridges the last one for a long two count. Jacobs rolls to the outside after the pinfall attempt.

Sabin follows Jacobs out of the ring and throws him back in. Jacobs recovers in the ring and stops Sabin on the apron with a kick to the gut. Jacobs flips over the top rope and grabs Sabin for a sunset flip and turns it into a powerbomb onto the gym floor. Jacobs rolls Sabin into the ring and gets a long two count. Jacobs controls the match but can’t manage to put Sabin out. Jacobs grabs Sabin by the head and goes for the Contra Code but Sabin racks him up on the top rope. Sabin jumps up and hits an enziguri to the back of Jacobs head and he falls down into the ring. Sabin gets on a roll and takes control of the match keeping Jacobs off his game until he hits the Future Shock and covers Jacobs for the three count.

Winner: Chris Sabin(16:47)

Notes: *

OA: 53 CR: 32 MQ: 75

Patterson: “What an awesome main event. Jacobs looked strong the whole match and he had Sabin in trouble several times but Sabin managed to pull through it and get the win in the end with a nice muscle buster.”

Guppie: “What a way to finish the show Mike. Be sure to watch for info on our next show sometime in May!”

Overall: 48

The Second Show

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April 21, 2004

Because of the success of the April show the May show called SMWA Mayhem will be held in the Kalamazoo High School Gym as well. We were very happy at the crowd that turned out for the first show and this second show will be even bigger. We have signed a rematch from the finals of the 2003 Super 8 tournament as Paul London will take on Chance Beckett in the main event. The rest of the card will be coming soon.

The Champion’s Message

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April 27, 2004

Danny Dominion has requested that I post the following letter he wrote on the site for all the SMWA fans.

The SMWA fans,

I’m happy to be the champion of this second rate federation. Now it may not be a huge honor but I still have a shiny belt to wear and that does impress the women even if they have no idea what it means. I usually tell them it’s a boxing title so I look impressive. But that’s beside the point. This belt doesn’t mean a lot but I do and I’m going to make this belt something that wrestling fans across the country will look at it awe because I’m the best wrestler anywhere and people are just learning that now.

Me holding this belt really makes the SMWA look like a real wrestling federation because people see my name and they think quality wrestling. Shelley and Evans are pitiful rookies compared to me and I’m glad to see them put in their place by me. They thought to rise above their position and I showed them they can’t.

So in closing I just wanted to say that this pathetic federation is going to start going somewhere because I’m leading it into the future and you fans will get to see some real wrestling coming your way.

Your beloved champion,

Danny Dominion

Mayhem Card

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May 2, 2004

The card for Mayhem has taken shape.

Paul London vs. Chance Beckett

The main event features a rematch from the Super 8 finals of 2003 where London came out on top. Beckett had suffered a deep cut to his chin earlier in the show that hindered his performance and tonight he gets a shot at revenge.

Danny Dominion vs. Jack Evans (SMWA Championship)

After stealing the win last month Dominion must defend the title against the man he cheated out of victory Jack Evans. This should be an exciting match as both men proved their skills last month. Dominion wants to prove he earned the title while Evans needs to prove Dominion stole it from him.

Amazing N8 vs. Alex Shelley

Shelley is looking to regain some momentum that he lost last month when Dominion pinned him for the championship. N8 is looking to make an impact here in SMWA and taking out Shelley would be a step in the right direction.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Sedrick Strong

Jacobs is looking to recover from his loss to Sabin at the first show but he’ll have a tough challenge in the form of Sedrick Strong who has competed in the Super 8 tournament and wants to make a good showing in his first match here in SMWA.

Petey Williams vs. Nate Webb vs. Slim J

Webb and Slim J are looking for their first wins here in SMWA while Williams is looking to prove himself. However only one of them can come out on top.

I'll be posting the shows one at a time over the next couple of days to catch up to where it was. I know everybody was reading this dairy on the old board. <_< Anyway it's back up if anybody cares.

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May 15, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Guppie: “Welcome to the second SMWA show Mayhem. We have an action packed card for you tonight including a spectacular main event pitting Super 8 Champion Paul London against the man he beat to win that tournament Chance Beckett.”

Patterson: “They had a great match the first time around and it should be even better this time. We also have Danny Dominion defending the SMWA Championship against Jack Evans later tonight but we kick things off with a triple threat match with Petey Williams, Nate Webb and Slim J.”

Segment 1: Smoked Out

Slim J comes out from the back and does a combination of dancing and stumbling on his way to the ring. He slides under the ropes then pops up to his feet and takes the mic.

Slim J: “Welcome to the Slim J show! Tonight I compete in three way action against two losers who can’t get as high as I can in the ring. Webb is a garbage wrestler he couldn’t wrestle his way out of a paper bag. Williams can’t tell the difference between a wristwatch and a wristlock. I on the other hand come from the proud tradition of Southern wrestling and I come from one of the toughest federations in the world the NWA Wildside. That’s where the best start and I’m proving that here. I’m branching out and the SMWA is going to be the first federation to feel the impact of my move. I’ve wrestled around the country but this is where I’m going to settle and dominate besides the Wildside federation. Tonight is a stepping stone to a higher level and I’m going to show those two guys how to wrestle.”

OA: 56

Patterson: “Slim J is getting overconfident. Nate Webb may be known for his hardcore wrestling but he is a solid wrestler. Petey Williams is one of the best technical wrestlers to come out of the Can-Am wrestling school and he’s improving everytime he steps into that ring.”

Guppie: “Slim J definitely has the confidence of a champion now we will see if he has the skill to back it up.”

Segment 2: Petey Williams vs. Nate Webb vs. Slim J

The three men start the match off by trading punches until Webb and Williams team up and both nail Slim J with big punches. Slim J gets to his feet and the two men throw him over the top rope to the outside. Williams gets the jump and takes Webb down with a rear waistlock then floats over and gets a front facelock on Webb. Williams drops a couple of knees on Webb and continues to work his neck. Slim J makes his return to the ring by nailing Williams with a standing enziguri. Slim J picks Webb up and shoves him into the corner and unleashes a series of kicks on him. Slim J then grabs Webb and drops him with a DDT. Webb rolls out of the ring and Williams and Slim J lock up and go back and forth until Webb recovers and climbs onto the top rope and leaps into both men with a plancha. Webb recovers and picks Williams up and whips him into the ropes and Williams looks to go for a sunset flip but bounces back up and hits the code red. Williams goes for the cover but Slim J pulls him up and nails him with the Anger Management to get the three count.

Winner: Slim J (10:33)

Notes: Dud

OA: 40 CR: 19 MQ: 61

Patterson: “Slim J gets a nice win in that triple threat match and he showed a lot of skill as well. Williams showed some nice moves as well but Webb looked like a punching dummy for both men.”

Guppie: “Webb is definitely a dummy Mike. I agree with you on that point. Williams’ sunset flip into a piledriver was devastating a variation on the code red used by the Amazing Red.”

Patterson: “It is indeed a powerful move and I believe Williams calls it the Destruction Driver and it really took Webb out of the match tonight. I can’t wait to see more of Williams here in the SMWA. The same goes for Slim J he really backed up what he said before the match.”

Guppie: “He sure did. Our next match features Jimmy Jacobs against a member of last years Super 8 tournament Sedrick Strong.”

Patterson: “This should be an exciting match these two guys are both great talents.”

Segment 3: Huss!

Jacobs runs down to the ring and jumps onto the apron. He tries to step over the top rope into the ring and makes it over with a bit of trouble.

Jacobs: “Huss! Huss! Tonight I go against some chump stain who wrestled in the ECWA Super Eight tournament. I don’t know if that impresses you simpleton fans but it doesn’t mean jack shit to me. He may have been in the tournament but he lost in the first round. He probably didn’t even deserve to be in the tournament in the first place. I on the other hand haven’t been chosen to go to a Super Eight tournament yet but I know my time is coming and I guarantee that I’m going to do better than that loser did. Sedrick Strong you can get your ass out here so I can send the furry boots right into your face!”

OA: 41

Segment 4: Jimmy Jacobs vs. Sedrick Strong

Strong slides into the ring and Jacobs is right on him nailing him with stomps. Jacobs whips Strong into the ropes and hits him with a big powerslam. Jacobs gets a short two count and both men start going back and forth in the match until Jacobs manages to nail Strong with a big boot. Strong staggers around the ring before Jacobs grabs him and nails the Contra Code for the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (5:21)

Notes: Dud

OA: 38 CR: 18 MQ: 59

Patterson: “Jacobs made short work of Strong in that match. Strong needs to pick his game up if he wants to show up in the SMWA again.”

Guppie: “Jacobs shows why he’s such a hot prospect. Strong is a good wrestler and Jacobs just took it right to him and took him out.”

Patterson: “That could be true as well but Strong just looked bad in that match. Up next we have two trainees from the Can-Am wrestling school facing off as Amazing N8 goes up againt Alex Shelley. Shelley has already shown his skill here in the SMWA and he’s impressive. N8 has been around many of the Michigan Indy promotions and he’s talented as well so this should be an interesting match.”

Guppie: “But the difference is Shelley has more experience with many different wrestlers and N8 has really stayed around in the Michigan area so Shelley does have more variation to his repertoire of moves.”

Segment 5: Amazing N8 vs. Alex Shelley

These two start off with a lockup and Shelley takes the advantage with a hammerlock and the two then go back and forth with some chain wrestling and N8 takes control after landing a low blow when the ref wasn’t looking. N8 controls the match for a while but can’t put Shelley away. Shelley turns the match around by catching N8 with a hurrincanranna out of nowhere. Shelley takes control of the match at that point and works the neck of N8 before putting him away with a brainbuster to get the pin.

Winner: Alex Shelley (8:43)

Notes: 1/2*

OA: 46 CR: 21 MQ: 71

Patterson: “Shelley overcame N8's dirty tactics in that match to gain the pinfall in a nice match.”

Guppie: “They may have been dirty but they were effective. They gave him an advantage even though Shelley was able to turn the match around afterword they were effective.”

Patterson: “Up next is our first of two main events as Jack Evans challenges the SMWA Champion Danny Dominion. At the last show Dominion stole the win from Jack Evans and now Evans is getting a one on one match with another chance to win the belt.”

Guppie: “Like you told me then Mike it wasn’t stealing the match Dominion was just being the smarter wrestler and capitalizing on opportunity just like Evans is doing. He justified his case for getting another title shot to management and now he’s getting that match and it should be a good one.”

Segment 6: Danny Dominion ©vs. Jack Evans (SMWA Championship)

Evans takes control of the match early on with his speed and surprises Dominion with his aggression. Evans keeps Dominion dazed enough to get some offense in but Dominion recovers and the two men start going back and forth. Evans goes for a crossbody block off the top rope but Dominion catches him and uses his momentum to slam him to the mat and get a two count. Dominion really takes the offensive at that point. Dominion continues to hit big moves but he can’t keep Evans down for the three count. Dominion goes for the crucifix powerbomb but Evans reverses it into a hurrincanranna as Dominion brings him down. Evans gets up quickly powered by adrenaline and catches Dominion with a spinning front kick. Evans follows that up with a standing 540 splash for a two count. Dominion gets to his feet and Evans nails him with a tornado DDT then climbs up to the top and goes for the corkscrew moonsault but Dominion rolls out of the way.

Both men slowly get up to their feet and start trading punches. Dominion gains control with his greater power and starts rocking Evans with some forearms. Dominion grabs Evans and hits him with a backbody driver. Dominion pulls Evans back to his feet and whips him into the ropes and drills him with a spinebuster. Dominion slides over into a cover and gets a long two count. Dominion whips Evans into the ropes and goes for another spinebuster but Evans reverses it into a monkey flip that sends Dominion into the corner and drops him on the back of his head. Evans starts a comeback that Dominion cuts off with a brutal clothesline. Dominion pulls Evans to his feet and whips him into the ropes and charges nailing him with a big boot. Evans staggers out of the corner and Dominion nails him with the crucifix powerbomb for the three count.

Winner: Danny Dominion (17:25)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 52 CR: 29 MQ: 76

Patterson: “What a match between those two. Evans took a beating and he just kept coming back until Dominion was finally able to finish him off.”

Guppie: “Evans did his best but it wasn’t enough to overcome the champion in this match. Dominion is going to be a tough champion to beat.”

Patterson: “If he can keep up the great showing he put on tonight he’s definitely going to have a great run with the belt.”

Guppie: “Now it’s time for our main event as Chance Beckett faces off against Paul London.”

Patterson: “This is a rematch from the 2003 Super Eight tournament where Paul London beat Chance Beckett to win the tournament.”

Segment 7: Another Chance

Chance Beckett walks out from backstage and slides into the ring taking a mic from ringside.

Beckett: “Paul London, 2003 Super Eight Champion. Well Paul, when you beat me last year I was bleeding profusely and I’d been bleeding for about an hour so I wasn’t in the best condition right then. Tonight is a completely different story. Tonight I’m ready to go the distance with you. I’m not half bled out. Tonight things are going to be different. Tonight I’m going to show these ignorant fans that I should have been the Super Eight Champion not you. I’m going to correct an injustice that ECWA inflicted upon me and prove just how good I am in the ring.”

OA: 59

Segment 8: Chance Beckett vs. Paul London

The two men circle each other warily to start off the match before locking up. London gains control right off the bat but Beckett reverses it and the two men go back and forth with chain wrestling. Beckett gets a cross armbreaker but London gets right out of it and the two men get to their feet and face off as the crowd applauds them. The two go back at it with a chain wrestling sequence and this time Paul London stops it with a side headlock. Beckett slowly stands up and hits London with a belly to back suplex. They do some back and forth action until Beckett lands a dropkick to London’s leg. Beckett immediately starts working the leg of London. London manages to roll to the outside for a breather but Beckett follows with a suicide dive that slams both men into the chairs the crowd just vacated. Beckett continues working on London’s leg on the outside then rolls London into the ring then gets a figure four leglock around the ringpost until the ref breaks it up. London gets to his feet in the ring limping noticeably from the damage. Beckett hops onto the apron and goes for a springboard dropkick but London manages to sidestep then drop an elbow and gets a long one count.

Beckett gets to his feet and goes for the leg but London protects it and starts to gain the upperhand. London uses armdrags and isolates Beckett’s arm weakening it. London ends up getting a cross armbreaker but Beckett manages to reach the ropes and break the hold. Beckett gets up and London leaves the leg open and Beckett dropkicks it out. Beckett goes to work on the leg again. He hits London with a drop toe hold then locks him into a reverse texas cloverleaf but London is able to crawl to the ropes to break the hold himself. Beckett pulls London back into the ring and flips him over and goes for a figure four leglock but London plants his good foot on Beckett’s ass and shoves him off into the ropes. London grabs Beckett, spins him around and drops him with the trip DDT then grabs the left arm and uses it in a modified rollup to get the three count.

Winner: Paul London (23:52)

Notes: ***1/2

OA: 70 CR: 45 MQ: 95

Patterson: “An amazing match from those two men. Their match at the Super Eight tournament was good but this match was great. Paul London just proved to Beckett that he won the tournament fairly and I’m more impressed with London than before. He didn’t lose anything during his stay in the WWE.”

Guppie: “Beckett really did a good job of working London’s leg but I’ve seen London wrestle many matches where his leg has been attacked and he knows how to work on an injured leg.”

Patterson: “That he does. Fans make sure to check out www.smwawrestling.com for information on upcoming shows. For Brian Guppie, I’m Mike Patterson have a nice night.”

Overall: 52

The Third Show

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May 17, 2004

Ypsilanti will be the site of the third SMWA show on June 19. The show will be in the Eastern Michigan University on the common grounds. That’s right the show will be hold outside on the campus of EMU. We are looking forward to staging the show outdoors and hope it will work out well. Chance Beckett and Jack Evans will both be in action for the show and Danny Dominion will be defending the SMWA Championship. The show is being called SMWA Revolution.

Revolution Card

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June 2, 2004

Revolution will be held at the Eastern Michigan University Campus by the lake house in the cage for the outdoor basketball courts. There will be a canvas top over the ring and the seats in case of bad weather. The June 19th show is shaping up to be our best show yet.

Chance Beckett vs. Chris Sabin

Beckett is looking for some success after losing to Paul London at the last show. Sabin will be looking to regain the momentum he had after beating Jimmy Jacobs at the first show.

Danny Dominion vs. Alex Shelley (SMWA Championship)

Dominion must now defend the title against the other man he beat in the triple threat match although this time it’s the man that he pinned. Shelley has some momentum with a victory over Amazing N8 at the last show and he’s looking to keep that going.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Jack Evans

These two meet to determine who will get a shot at the SMWA Championship next month. Both men have show a lot of skill in the ring but haven’t had any big victories and this match will help the winner in the future.

Deranged & Slim J vs. Kamikaze Kid & Nate Webb

The new team of Deranged and Slim, High Rise, will be taking on two of the best high-flyers from IWA Mid-South in a tag team match. Deranged and Slim J hope to prove their new team in this match.

Vito Thomaselli vs. Amazing N8

Thomaselli makes his return to SMWA. Both men are looking for their first win to really get them going her in SMWA.

Gabriel I'm not a big fan of Dominion either but having the evil heel as champion was a good start in my opinion plus I had a bunch of good faces to challenge him.

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June 19, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Guppie: “Welcome to the SMWA Revolution. I’m Brian Guppie alongside my faithful sidekick Mike Patterson. We’ve got a great card lined up tonight. Danny Dominion defends the SMWA Championship against Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin takes on Chance Beckett in the main event.”

Patterson: “We’ll also see Jimmy Jacobs take on Jack Evans as those two men have both made great impressions and they’ll be fighting for a shot at the title at the next show. We’ll also see the debut of Slim J and Deranged as a tag team as they take on Kamikaze Kid and Nate Webb both from the IWA Mid-South. In our opening match Vito Thomaselli makes his return to the SMWA ring taking on Amazing N8 who lost to Alex Shelley last week.”

Guppie: “Both of these men are looking to make an impact here in the SMWA and only one of them is going to prove that they have what it takes to move up in the company. If you watching this at home haven’t noticed this is all set up outside at the Eastern Michigan University common grounds. We are inside the basketball cages and we’re all set and ready to go.”

Patterson: “This a nice setup we have here and we thank Eastern for letting us do this. Luckily we have some nice weather for this show. It’s hot out here but the action is going to be even hotter.”

Segment 1: Vito Thomaselli vs. Amazing N8

The match starts off with the two men going through a series of chain wrestling and N8 gains the advantage when he grabs a front facelock then drops down with a DDT. N8 keeps Thomaselli down working him over and targeting the neck. N8 grabs Thomaselli with a rear chinlock but Thomaselli fights to his feet then delivers a couple of back elbows to N8 then breaks free and bounces off the ropes before taking N8 down with a shoulder block. Thomaselli rallies with some crowd support and devastates N8 with big moves before finishing him with a superkick for a three count.

Winner: Vito Thomaselli (7:21)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 44 CR: 19 MQ: 79

Patterson: “A nice match from those two to start off the show and get the crowd into things. Thomaselli rallied when the crowd got behind him and he just took it right to N8 and worked too fast for him to recover.”

Guppie: “Thomaselli really showed something tonight. N8 had him on the defensive and he didn’t panic he stayed calm and fought out of the hold and turned it to his advantage. That’s what you have to do to be a champion.”

Patterson: “That’s right Brian. Calm under fire is very important. The next match on the card is Slim J and Deranged against Kamikaze Kid and Nate Webb. Slim J and Deranged represent Special K a group of ravers who wrestle on the east coast and are moving over to the midwest now. Kamikaze Kid and Nate Webb are both members of the IWA Mid-South promotion and are here to show us what their federation is all about so you have some regional pride on the line in this match.”

Guppie: “That will give the teams a little more incentive to win than normal. Not just for yourself but for the promotions you represent.”

Segment 2: Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em

Slim J and Deranged dance down to the ring and slide in grabbing the mic.

Slim J: “Welcome to the SMWA motherfuckers! We’re here at Eastern Michigan University and I’ve heard that there are some great parties here and that’s what I want to know about. Me and Deranged are going to beat these two chump stains tonight and then go have us some fun here on the campus you know. Nate Webb and Kamikaze Kid are two hacks from a two bit promotion run in a small arena with hillbilly fans. I wrestle in front of real crowds in real venues. I’ve wrestled all over the East Coast and in Ring of Honor. These two losers have never left their little midwest style and they ain’t never seen nothing like us and tonight they’re going to get a lesson in wrestling.”

OA: 44

Segment 3: High Rise (Slim J & Deranged) vs. Kamikaze Kid & Nate Webb

Kid and Webb hit the ring and take it right to Slim J and Deranged nailing them with punches. Webb clotheslines Slim J over the ropes and the two men start brawling through the crowd leaving Kid and Deranged in the ring. Slim J and Webb brawl to the back of the crowd and to the surrounding cage. Webb whips Slim J into the cage then nails him over the head with a chairshot as he rebounds off the cage. Slim J hits the ground and as he sits up blood starts running down his face. Webb drags Slim J back through the crowd then whips him into the ringpost and Slim J hits hard. In the ring Kid has Deranged down in an armbar but Deranged makes it to the ropes and rolls out of the ring to recover with Slim J. Webb gets into the ring then runs and jumps through the ropes with a suicide dive into both men. Kid gets on the apron then goes for an asai moonsault and only hits Webb as Slim J and Deranged move out of the way.

The action returns to the ring at a slower pace. Slim J has Webb in the corner and nails him with a couple of chops then tries to whip Webb into the opposite corner but Webb reverses it and nails Slim J with a short arm clothesline. Webb and Kid take control of the match and work the cut over Slim J’s eye. Slim J is in trouble but manages to avoid being pinned. Kid hits a big powerbomb on Slim J but Deranged breaks the cover up then pulls Slim J to his corner and tags himself in. Deranged starts clearing the ring with some fast hard kicks. Deranged hits Kid with a spinning front kick then nails Webb with a spinning heel kick that sends Webb to the outside. Slim J climbs up to the top rope and hits Kid with a senton splash and Deranged follows up with a 450 splash and gets the three count.

Winner: High Rise (14:31)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 45 CR: 20 MQ: 80

Patterson: “What an amazing match between those two teams. Webb and Kamikaze Kid started the match off in control by making it a hardcore match but Slim J and Deranged turned the match around late and got the win by hitting their high risk moves.”

Guppie: “Slim J was bleeding quite profusely during that match and he still kept kicking out. I don’t like how he acts but he’s a great competitor and he is really doing great here in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “He sure is and he keeps getting better. Jimmy Jacobs is taking on Jack Evans in the next match and the winner will be getting a shot at the SMWA Championship at the next show. Evans has already had one match against Dominion for the title and couldn’t win it so he’s going to want another chance. Jacobs is really starting to get some momentum here and if he can keep that going here he’ll be in good shape for his title shot.”

Guppie: “That’s true. Evans has already had some great matches here in the SMWA. Jacobs hasn’t been too successful yet but it only takes one high profile match to turn things around and that’s what he can get here tonight.”

Segment 4: Huss!

Jacobs walks down to the ring grabbing his wrist and yelling out Huss! He climbs onto the apron then goes over the top rope into the ring.

Jacobs: “Tonight the high-flying wonder, Jack Evans is going to get a reality check that sends him plummeting to the ground. Evans prides himself on being an acrobatic wrestler but I am able to continue fighting no matter how much damage I’ve taken. I have incredible endurance and tonight Evans is going to wear himself down and fall victim to the fuzzy boots when they slam into the side of his face and knock some sense into his ugly head!”

OA: 48

Segment 5: Jimmy Jacobs vs. Jack Evans

Evans starts the match off by coming into the ring with a springboard dropkick on Jacobs. Evans keeps Jacobs off his game by hitting him with many variations of the armdrag hitting them from every position imaginable. Jacobs bails to the outside to regroup and Evans dives over the top rope with a somersault plancha then takes Jacobs back into the ring. Evans drops Jacobs with a judo slam then hits a standing twisting 630 splash and gets a long two count. Evans whips Jacobs into the corner and charges him but Jacobs gets a boot up. Evans staggers backwards and Jacobs hops onto the top rope and catches Evans with a flying clothesline. Jacobs takes control of the match at that point and starts working Evans over with some hard strikes as well as some big moves. Jacobs hits a michinoku driver and gets a two count on Evans.

Evans starts a rally as the crowd cheers him on. Evans shakes off some blows from Jacobs and hits a spinning front kick. Jacobs recovers and stands up in time to take a spinning heel kick and both men are down. Both men slowly get to their feet and they start trading punches. Evans blocks a punch from Jacobs then wraps that arm around his throat and takes Jacobs down into a reverse x-factor and hooks a leg for a two count. Evans pulls Jacobs to his feet and whips him into the ropes and hits him with a quick hurrincanranna. Evans climbs up to the top rope and goes for the corkscrew moonsault but Jacobs gets his knees up and slams them into Evans’ midsection. Evans gets to his feet and stands up right into a yakuza kick from Jacobs. Jacobs goes for the cover and gets a long two count. Jacobs pulls Evans to his feet and whips him into the corner. Jacobs charges but Evans rolls out of the way. Evans goes to set Jacobs up on the top but Jacobs hits him with a back elbow to the side of the head then grabs Evans and nails him with the Contra code for the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (15:37)

Notes: *

OA: 46 CR: 29 MQ: 75

Patterson: “What an intense match from those two. Evans went for his high-risk moves and they cost him the match. Those moves delivers tons of impact but if they are missed they cost you a lot of strength and really change the flow of the match.”

Guppie: “Evans relied on his high-flying too much in that match. Even when the moves hit they still hurt Evans and in the long run that’s what took him out of the match. Not to take anything away from Jacobs though because he did a good job in that match and he has earned a title shot against the champion next month.”

Patterson: “And we’re going to find out who that champion is going to be as our next match pits Danny Dominion against Alex Shelley. Dominion pinned Shelley in the triple threat match to win the belt and now Shelley is getting a one on one match with a shot at redemption.”

Guppie: “Both of these men have to be at the top of their game tonight because this is going to be a tough match as both men are skilled in the ring and can take a lot of pain before they stop.”

Segment 6: The Champ is here

Dominion walks down to the ring and climbs in and faces off with his opponent Shelley then backs off as he hands the belt to the ref and takes the mic in return.

Dominion: “Finally the brass here in the SMWA have decided to let me talk to the fans that are my loyal supporters. Tonight I’m faced with a man I’ve beaten before. Somebody who has already fallen to my skills and yet he is proclaimed as the best man to face me. This punk Alex Shelley is the best that the SMWA has to offer as a challenge. Shelley isn’t worth the time it’s going to take me to beat him. After Shelley my next opponent is Jimmy Jacobs. The only good thing about his is that I haven’t beaten him yet. Actually there is another good thing. Since I have a challenger you great fans will be able to see me in action, defending this title next month so make sure you have the time to check me out next month and witness my greatness in action once again.”

OA: 52

Segment 7: Danny Dominion ©vs. Alex Shelley (SMWA Championship)

Dominion tries to start the match off with brawling but Shelley counters the punches and takes Dominion down with an armbar and Shelley keeps working on the arm early in the match. Shelley hits Dominion with a single arm DDT and follows it up with a cross armbreaker but Dominion clutches his hands together and Shelley tries to fight for it. Dominion gets to his feet and picks Shelley up and drops him down but Shelley keeps the hold. Dominion picks Shelley up again and drops him again and this time Shelley breaks the hold. Dominion stomps on the neck of Shelley several times as he cradles his right arm to his chest. Dominion pulls Shelley to his feet and drops him with a DDT. Dominion continues to work the neck of Shelley and finally drops him with a brainbuster that gets him a long two count. Shelley drags himself to his feet using the ropes and uses his energy to nail a dropkick to Dominion’s injured shoulder and both men are down.

Both men slowly get to their feet and Dominion throws punches that Shelley avoids then grabs one and takes Dominion down into an armbar and Dominion quickly crawls to the ropes to break the hold. Shelley slows the match down working on Dominion’s arm and resting his neck. Shelley whips Dominion into the ropes and ducks down for a backbody drop but Dominion catches him and drops him with a stiff powerbomb that folds Shelley up and Dominion gets a long two count. Dominion picks Shelley up and starts landing some brutal chops with his left hand. Dominion pulls Shelley out of the corner then spins around and drops him on his head with a northern lights suplex into the corner. Shelley staggers to his feet and Dominion grabs him and picks him up for a powerbomb and flips him around into a big facebuster for the three count.

Winner: Danny Dominion (13:41)

Notes: **

OA: 53 CR: 36 MQ: 82

Patterson: “The action is continuing to pick up here tonight as Danny Dominion retains the SMWA Championship in a close match with Alex Shelley. Dominion has faced some tough competition for the SMWA Championship but he keeps on coming out ahead.”

Guppie: “Dominion really is a great champion Mike. He defends the title all the time and he defends it against deserving champions. Shelley is a great technician and he really targeted Dominion’s arm and almost made him tap out several times but Dominion just kept dropping him on his head and he couldn’t keep fighting.”

Patterson: “The neck is one of the easiest body parts to attack and Dominion really went to work on it tonight. Up next is our main event pitting Chris Sabin against Chance Beckett. Sabin is a former X-Division champion in NWA:TNA but Chance Beckett competed in the same Super Eight tournament as Sabin and went to the finals while Sabin was eliminated in the first round.”

Guppie: “That may be true but the two men didn’t meet in the tournament. Sabin lost to Frankie Kazarian who later lost to Paul London who beat Chance Beckett so Sabin doesn’t really have anything over Sabin. This is going to be a fast paced match fans so pay attention.”

Segment 8: Chris Sabin vs. Chance Beckett

The two men lock up and start the match off with a fast paced sequence of chain wrestling moves and Sabin comes out with the advantage holding Beckett in an armbar. Beckett escapes the armbar and the two go through another sequence of chain wrestling and Beckett comes out with Sabin in a side headlock but Sabin reverses it with a belly to back suplex. Sabin controls the match for a while before Beckett manages to gain the upperhand and they jockey back and forth in control of the match but neither man is able to gain a distinct advantage. Sabin breaks out of the pattern by reversing a spinebuster from Beckett into a sick DDT. Sabin goes for the cover and gets a long two count. Beckett gets to his feet and ducks a clothesline from Sabin then ducks down and picks Sabin up on his shoulders and Sabin nails him with a reverse hurrincanranna dropping Beckett on his head. Sabin covers Beckett and gets a two count before Beckett drapes a foot over the ropes.

Beckett slowly recovers and nails Sabin with a low blow and follows it up with an European uppercut then nails Sabin with some chops. Beckett whips Sabin into the ropes and catches him with a Yakuza kick and drops down on Sabin for a two count. The two men get to their knees and trade punches as they make their way to their feet. Sabin blocks a punch from Beckett then unloads on him with punches backing him into the corner. Sabin sets Beckett up on the top rope then climbs up and goes for a hurrincanranna but Beckett catches him then jumps off with a sitout powerbomb on Sabin that gets a long two count. Beckett follows up with several more big moves but can’t put Sabin down for the count. Sabin responds by summoning all of his strength and dishing out some of his own big moves. Sabin goes for the future shock but Beckett slides down his back and shoves Sabin into the ropes. Sabin bounces off the ropes and Beckett plasters him with a brutal yakuza kick. Beckett drops down on Sabin and gets the three count.

Winner: Chance Beckett (18:53)

Notes: ***

OA: 61 CR: 47 MQ: 90

Patterson: “What an amazing main event we had here tonight! Sabin and Beckett took each other to the limit and Beckett came out on top. They were going back and forth at the end and Beckett almost knocked Sabin’s head off with a big yakuza kick at the end.”

Guppie: “Sabin had as good of a chance as Beckett did but Beckett was just able to get the advantage there in the end of the match and take home his first win in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “I’d like to remind the fans to watch out for information on our next show at smwawrestling.com plus updates on your favorites wrestlers.”

Overall: 50

Revolution Fallout & the SMWA on DVD and VHS

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June 21, 2004

Another successful show is in the books and SMWA continues to move along full speed. Our next show is scheduled for July 18 and it’s being called Collision Course. The show will be held in Mount Pleasant, Michigan on the Central Michigan University Campus at the Finch Fieldhouse. Chance Beckett will be in action and we will have Danny Dominion defending the SMWA Championship against Jimmy Jacobs. Look for the rest of the card coming soon.

The SMWA production team has been hard at work and we’ve managed to get the first show out on VHS and DVD for immediate order. You can order through the SMWA website or through www.highspots.com The VHS for the second show should be available at Collision Course and the DVD will be available a week or two later.

Collision Course Card

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July 3, 2004

Collision Course will take place at the Finch Fieldhouse located on the Central Michigan University Campus in Mount Pleasant, Michigan on July 18.

Danny Dominion ©vs. Jimmy Jacobs (SMWA Champion)

Two of the most disliked men in the SMWA face off in our main event with the SMWA title on the line. Dominion has beat both men he faced in the triple threat match in singles matches in title defenses. Jacobs earned his shot last month by beating Jack Evans. This is going to be another exciting match for the SMWA Championship.

Chris Sabin vs. Slim J

Chris Sabin returns after his loss to Chance Beckett at the last show and he’ll take on NWA Wildside standout Slim J. London is a master in the ring and Slim J is one of the best high-flyers going plus he may have the help of his new tag team partner Deranged and the rest of the Special K members who have asked to be signed on the show. The winner of the match will go on to face the winner of the next match to determine the number one contender.

Chance Beckett vs. Jack Evans

Two of the most talented high-flyers wrestling today will face off in this match. This should be an action packed match as both men are ready to break out and make a name for themselves. The winner of this match will face off against the winner of the previous match to name a number one contender.

Deranged & Angeldust vs. Alex Shelley & Vito Thomaselli

Deranged and Angeldust of Special K have issued an open challenge and Alex Shelley and Vito Thomaselli have answered the call. The two have never wrestled together before but they want to take out the scourge of Special K and they are starting to train together for this match so it should be interesting.

Kamikaze Kid vs. Hydro vs. Black Dragon vs. Phoenix Star

Kamikaze Kid is looking to make an impact in his singles debut here in the SMWA. Hydro, Black Dragon and Phoenix Star are making their debuts tonight and they all want to prove that they have skill. Black Dragon normally wrestles in Michinoku Pro wrestling but he’s at home in Canada and will be showing up here.

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Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to the SMWA Collision Course! I’m Mike Patterson alongside Brian Guppie and we have an excellent show for you fans tonight. Danny Dominion will be defending the SMWA Championship against Jimmy Jacobs in the main event. We’ll also see Deranged and Angeldust make their debut in the SMWA as they take on Alex Shelley and Vito Thomaselli in a tag match.”

Guppie: “Slim J has made a name for himself and he’s bringing in some of his fellow special K members from the east coast with him and those are two of them. Another one of those guys is Hydro and he’ll be competing in a four way against Kamikaze Kid, Black Dragon and Phoenix Star.”

Patterson: “Black Dragon is a star in Michinoku Pro and while he’s not touring there he has agreed to wrestle here in the SMWA and he should really bring something special to the SMWA. But we’re starting the show off with a bang as we have two matches in a small tournament to crown the number one contender. Chris Sabin takes on Slim J and Chance Beckett will take on Jack Evans.”

Guppie: “Slim J is coming off a tag team win last month and Chance Beckett is coming off of a victory against Chris Sabin. Sabin has lost both matches he’s had in the SMWA and he’s got to be looking to change that statistic. Jack Evans is coming off a loss to Jimmy Jacobs but he’s been in the main event scene since the beginning so he has some experience in high pressure situations although his record hasn’t been too great in those matches.”

Patterson: “First Sabin will take on Slim J and this should be an exciting, fast paced match. Slim J is a consummate high-flyer and Sabin was a former X-Division champion so he works that style as well.”

Segment 1: Chris Sabin vs. Slim J

The match starts off fast as the two men exchange a bunch of moves quickly before Sabin takes Slim J down with a nice dropkick. Slim J comes off the ropes and Sabin hits a swank hurrincanranna. Sabin takes control of the match and slows it down a little bit taking Slim J to the mat and working on his legs. Sabin hits Slim J with two shin breakers then holds the leg and goes right into a figure four but Slim J manages to grab the ropes and break the hold. Slim J gets to his feet slightly favoring his right leg. Sabin goes for the leg but J dodges him and meets him with an enziguri to the back of the head. Slim J takes control of the match and takes it right to Sabin his injured leg barely slowing him down. Slim J nails Sabin with a tornado DDT then follows it up with a 4:20 splash for the three count.

Winner: Slim J (8:21)

Notes: **

OA: 61 CR: 41 MQ: 82

Patterson: “Slim J kept the pace too fast for Sabin to keep up with and came out of the match with the win. Sabin worked the legs well but it didn’t seem to bother Slim J that much and he fought through the pain.”

Guppie: “It’s probably because of all those drugs that the Special K members use that let him do that Mike.”

Patterson: “Good point. Up next we see who’ll face Slim J as Chance Beckett faces off against Jack Evans in what should also be a fast-paced match.”

Guppie: “Jack Evans has a poor record in the SMWA right now of 1 and 3 and Beckett is 1 and 1. Both men really need to get a win here and show that they belong.”

Segment 2: Chance Beckett vs. Jack Evans

The two men start the match off slowly circling each other. Beckett shoots in and takes Evans down with a double leg takedown and keeps Evans grounded cutting off his offense. Beckett starts working on Evans legs but Evans avoids taking too much damage by raining kicks down on Beckett. Evans gets up and unleashes a spinning front kick on Beckett that sends him to the outside. Evans follows that up with an asai moonsault. Evans takes Beckett back into the ring and starts nailing Beckett with kicks from all directions and moving as fast as he can. Beckett falls to the mat after a superkick and Evans jumps up to the top rope and hits a moonsault for a long two count. Evans pulls Beckett to his feet and goes for a vertical suplex but Beckett blocks it then hits a brainbuster and both men are down.

Both men slowly get to their feet and Beckett takes Evans down with an STO then grabs a leg and gets a half crab. Evans lifts himself off the mat enough to roll under Beckett and send Beckett into the ropes. Evans ducks under Beckett then jumps over Beckett as he rebounds off the ropes. Beckett comes off the ropes again and flattens Evans with a clothesline. Beckett picks Evans up and goes for a suplex but Evans rolls him up and gets the three count.

Winner: Jack Evans (9:37)

Notes: ***

OA: 66 CR: 39 MQ: 93

Patterson: “A nice match between those two and you know Chance Beckett isn’t going to be happy with the way that match ended.”

Guppie: “He may not be happy with it but Jack Evans is. He’s going to be facing Slim J later tonight in a number one contenders match.”

Patterson: “That’s going to be a great match. Both of those men are great high-flyers and it should be an exciting match. And speaking of high-flyers four young high-flyers are getting a chance to show what they have here tonight. Kamikazi Kid, Hydro, Black Dragon and Phoenix Star are facing off in a four corners match.”

Guppie: “This is an elimination match. To win you have to be the last man left in the ring and you have to prove that you earned the victory. There are only two men in the ring at a time the other two have to wait to be tagged in or until somebody is eliminated.”

Segment 3: Kamikaze Kid vs. Hydro vs. Black Dragon vs. Phoenix Star

Black Dragon and Hydro start the match off. And they go right at each other with fast paced offense. Dragon takes control of the match early when he nails Hydro with a series of rolling vertical suplexes capped off by a brainbuster. Dragon gets a two count before Kamikaze jumps in and breaks up the cover. Dragon recovers quickly and grabs Kid from behind and drops him with a reverse DDT. Star comes in with a springboard dropkick but Dragon side steps it and drops an elbow on him. Hydro recovers and nails Dragon with a tornado DDT. Kid and Star recover and get back on the outside of the ring. Hydro controls Dragon on the mat for a while working on the neck then tags in Kid. Kid comes in the ring and goes for a powerbomb but Dragon reverses it with a hurrincanranna. Dragon recovers quickly and goes right after Kid nailing him several suplexes before hitting a bridging tiger suplex that gets a long two count. Kid staggers to his feet and Dragon grabs him and hits a release german suplex that folds Kid up on his neck. Dragon gets to his feet and stacks Kid up for the three count at 7:41.

Dragon gets to his feet and Star comes into the ring with a springboard spinning heel kick. Star takes control of the match and wears Dragon down but can’t get a pinfall. Star hits Dragon with a tornado DDT then climbs up and goes for a 450 splash but Dragon rolls out of the way and tags in Hydro. Hydro comes into the ring and nails Star with a legdrop and gets a short two count. Hydro picks Star up and whips him into the ropes and goes for a spinebuster but Star reverses it with a big DDT. Star hooks the leg and goes for the cover but only gets a one count. Star bounces off the ropes and goes for a spinning headscissors and barely gets Hydro over. Hydro gets right back up and levels Star with a clothesline then follows it up with the Lethal Driver for the three count at 10:29.

Dragon has recuperated on the apron and comes in with a rolling clothesline. Dragon takes it right to Hydro again nailing him with a series of armdrags that ends with an armdrag as Dragon rolls over Hydro’s back then grabs the arm and whips Hydro over and into an armbar. Hydro makes it to the ropes to break the hold. Hydro gets up and kicks Dragon in the gut and takes control of the match. Hydro drops Dragon with a DDT and follows up with some more work on Dragon’s neck. Dragon powers out of a rear chinlock with some back elbows then grabs Hydro’s arm and drops it with a single arm DDT. Dragon goes back to work on the arm and hits Hydro with a spinning heel kick and lands on Hydro right into a cross armbreaker that gets a submission from Hydro.

Winner: Black Dragon (15:51)

Notes: 3/4*

OA: 43 CR: 14 MQ: 74

Patterson: “What a debut match here for Hydro and Black Dragon. Dragon took Kamikaze Kid out by just beating him silly then expertly worked the arm on Hydro to get a cross armbreaker.”

Guppie: “Hydro did a nice job of working the neck of Dragon even though it didn’t take him out.”

Patterson: “We shouldn’t pigeon hole Dragon as a high-flyer. Sure that’s what he’s known for but he’s got some great technical skills and can go hold for hold with the best of them. Hydro’s Special K teammates Deranged and Angeldust take on Alex Shelley and Vito Thomasseli in our next match.”

Guppie: “Deranged and Angeldust have worked as a tag team before but Shelley and Thomaselli are teaming up because they both dislike Special K and their lifestyle.”

Segment 4: Deranged & Angeldust (Special K) vs. Alex Shelley & Vito Thomaselli

Deranged and Shelley start the match off and Shelley takes control of the match and keeps the pace slow throwing off the high flyer Deranged. Shelley works the arm of Deranged and takes him down with a single arm DDT then grabs Deranged in an arm wringer and tags in Thomaselli who climbs up to the top rope and comes off with a double axe handle to Deranged’s extended arm. Thomaselli goes to work on the arm as well and Deranged is on the defensive for a large portion of the match. Thomaselli and Shelley cut off the ring isolating Deranged. Deranged manages to escape by rolling out of an arm wringer then hitting Thomaselli with a hurrincanranna. Deranged gets up and dives to tag in Angeldust. Angeldust comes in on fire to the boos of the crowd and takes out Thomaselli and Shelley with a series of dropkicks and spinning kicks that send both men to the outside. Deranged recovers and the two Special K members hit stereo planchas on Shelley and Thomaselli. Angeldust takes Thomaselli into the ring and goes for the pin but only gets a two count. Thomaselli fights back and tags in Shelley who comes in and takes control but Angeldust fights back and gains control himself. Angeldust hits Shelley with a big DDT then goes onto the apron and hits a springboard flipping ace crusher on Shelley for the three count.

Winner: Special K (12:32)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 52 CR: 28 MQ: 77

Patterson: “I hate to give those Special K kids any credit but they are really good in the ring and they showed it right there. Thomaselli and Shelley tried to slow the match down but to no avail and Angeldust really turned the match around when he came in.”

Guppie: “Those high-flying moves are a double edged sword but tonight they only swung one way for the team of Deranged and Angeldust and that’s what allowed them to get the win.”

Patterson: “Next we have two great high-flyers going one on one as Jack Evans takes on Slim J to see who gets a title shot next month. Evans has been impressive every time he’s wrestled in the SMWA and we’ve got a video package showing his best moments.”

Segment 5: Flying High

Some generic techno music plays as footage from Evans in the SMWA plays.

The video shows him hitting the corkscrew moonsault on Alex Shelley at The Beginning. Footage from the rest of his matches play up to the loss to Jimmy Jacobs last month and the video ends with Evans sitting down with his hands covering his face in shame.

OA: 39

Patterson: “Evans hasn’t always won the matches here in the SMWA but he keeps on getting up and fighting again and that’s something that a lot of people just don’t have the will to do.”

Guppie: “The ability to keep on getting up and fighting on is what separates the good from the great. You learn a lot from your losses and you can become a better wrestlers because of that.”

Patterson: “But let’s not forget Evans’ opponent Slim J. Slim J has a pretty good record too although he did lose to Evans in the tournament for the SMWA Championship at The Beginning.”

Segment 6: Slim J vs. Jack Evans

The match starts off quickly as Evans suicide dives onto Slim J who takes his time getting to the ring. The two men brawl around ringside getting pops from the crowd as they fighting into them. The action makes it back to the ringside area and J takes advantage by introducing Evans to the ringpost then rolling him into the ring. Slim J uses a fast paced assault on Evans but can’t manage to get Evans down for the count. Slim J tries to break the match open and goes for a splash off the top but misses and Evans turns the match around in his favor. Evans takes it to Slim J working the midsection to weaken J up for his finish. Evans powerslams J down then hits a standing corkscrew senton then a standing corkscrew moonsault that gets a two count and a big pop from the crowd. J fights back with some forearms to Evans then backs him into the corner with chops. J backs to the other corner and taunts grabbing his crotch then runs forward and meets a spinning front kick from Evans that sends J rolling to the outside. Evans does a 180 up onto the top rope then springboards to the outside with a picture perfect moonsault that gets a holy shit chant from the crowd.

Evans rolls J back into the ring and hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and goes for the cover to get a two count. Evans goes to the top rope but J recovers and knocks his feet out racking him up on the top rope. J climbs up the ropes then hits a hurrincanranna off the top rope. J takes control and slows the pace down with some submissions to allow himself to recover from the damage. J works the arm of Evans but doesn’t do a lot of damage. Evans fights out of the holds eventually with some forearms then nails J with a backflip kick. J staggers into the ropes and bounces off into a DDT from Evans. Evans jumps up to the top rope and hits a corkscrew moonsault and gets the three count on Slim J.

Winner: Jack Evans (17:21)

Notes: ***

OA: 67 CR: 42 MQ: 92

Patterson: “What an insane matchup from those two men. They were going all out the whole time and that match went almost twenty minutes. Those men have incredible endurance and they showed it in that match.”

Guppie: “Jack Evans has really earned that title shot for the next show and hopefully he can turn his luck around in that match.”

Patterson: “They say the third time is the charm and that will be Evans’ third title shot here in the SMWA so maybe he will be able to come out the champion. And we’ll find out who the champion is going to be as Danny Dominion defends the SMWA Championship against Jimmy Jacobs right now in our main event.”

Guppie: “Jacobs earned this title shot by beating Evans at the last show and he’s going to really want to prove himself here tonight.”

Segment 7:Dominion-ation

Danny Dominion walks out to the ring with the SMWA Championship belt hanging off his shoulder. Dominion climbs into the ring and displays the belt before taking the mic.

Dominion: “For the last three months this belt has been around my waist and I’ve been a fighting champion taking on all the challengers that have come my way. Alex Shelley and Jack Evans both stepped up to the place twice and both times I knocked the ball out of the park and took the belt back home with me. Tonight will be no different. Jacobs you earned your title shot by beating Jack Evans but I’ve already done that twice and beating him doesn’t impress me one bit. That’s like the New York Yankees beating the Detroit Tigers. It happens all the time.”

Dominion draws cheap heat from the Michigan crowd by knocking their wonderful baseball team.

Dominion: “I don’t know what you fans are so upset about it’s not like anybody is surprised by that fact. Jacobs you may be the best contender that this federation has to offer but that doesn’t mean much to me at all. This title only means something because it is around my waist. There is no other reason that it is worth anything. This federation is second rate and this belt is second rate but as long as it is around a first rate wrestler’s waist than it is going to be something people fight for. Anybody who wants a shot at this belt just has to get the match approved and I’ll be standing their ready to beat them anytime, anywhere anyway they want it.”

OA: 52

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs vs. Danny Dominion ©) (SMWA Champion)

Jacobs runs down and slides into the ring and the two men start exchanging furious punches and neither man gives an inch. Dominion takes advantage when he delivers a knee to the gut of Jacobs. Dominion overpowers Jacobs for a while just pounding him into submission. Jacobs keeps getting up and taking some more hits from Dominion. Jacobs fights back lifting himself up in the corner and landing some kicks to Dominion’s midsection then spins Dominion into the corner and unleashes a wild series of chops on Dominion. The match continues going back and forth with neither man able to gain a solid advantage in the beginning. Jacobs busts the match open when he drills Dominion with a big mafia kick. Dominion is reeling and Jacobs jumps on the opportunity and hits the Suicide Solution but Dominion gets a foot in the ropes and breaks the count. Jacobs is frustrated and goes for the move again but Dominion stands up with Jacobs on his shoulder and drops him into the corner back and head first.

Both men are down in the ring and slowly get up to beat the ten count. Dominion ducks a punch from Jacobs and takes him down with a drop toe hold and locks in an STF. Jacobs slowly crawls to the ropes and breaks the hold. Dominion works relentlessly on the neck of Jacobs looking for a submission but Jacobs won’t give up. Dominion picks Jacobs up and goes for the crucifix powerbomb but Jacobs reverses it into a hurrincanranna as Dominion brings him down. Jacobs works his neck then starts to rally. He goes for the Contra Code but Dominion stops him and sets him on the top rope then climbs up and hits him with a big belly to back suplex off the top rope that drops Dominion on his neck and shoulders. Dominion stacks Jacobs up and gets the three count.

Winner: Danny Dominion (21:46)

Notes: **1/4

OA: 54 CR: 20 MQ: 89

Patterson: “The crowd may not like either guy but they just put on one hell of a match there. Jacobs showed a lot of heart but Dominion targeted that neck and it was all over as soon as that started.”

Guppie: “And the neck work started when Jacobs went for the Suicide Solution the second time. If he had hit it he probably would have won but against an athlete the caliber of Dominion you can’t fool him with the same move twice and it came back to bite Jacobs in the ass.”

Patterson: “So very true Brian. That’s all we have for you tonight folks! Make sure to check out smwawrestling.com for more information on upcoming shows and your favorite wrestlers.”

Overall: 54

August Show

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July 21, 2004

We here at the SMWA are coming off our best show yet as Collision Course is being called our best show by many independent wrestling fans across the nation. The next show is scheduled to take place on August 14th and we’ll be back in the Kalamazoo High School Gym. The card is being called One More Dance since Jack Evans and Danny Dominion will be facing off for the SMWA Championship once again.

One More Dance Card

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August 1, 2004

As a reminder the show will take place August 14th at the Kalamazoo High School Gym.

Jack Evans vs. Danny Dominion ©) (SMWA Championship)

Dominion won the championship in a triple threat match against Evans and Alex Shelley at the first show then defended the title against Evans the next night. Now Evans gets another shot at the title after beating Slim J last month. Evans needs to prove himself in the big match to really show what he’s got.

Chance Beckett vs. Alex Shelley

Shelley returns to singles action this month against Chance Beckett. Beckett hasn’t had the best luck so far in the SMWA with his only win coming against Chris Sabin. Although quite an accomplishment he’s still struggling to get a grip. Shelley has had poor luck so far in the SMWA as well. Like Evans he has been able to get to the big matches but just can’t win them.

Vito Thomaselli, Halo & Johnny Spade vs. Slim J, Deranged & Angeldust (Special K)

Thomaselli teams up with two newcomers to the SMWA in another match against the Special K. The Special K team includes the leader Slim J who has been quite successful in the SMWA so far. The Special K faction has been having lots of success recently and are really proving their skill in the ring.

Black Dragon vs. Kamikaze Kid

Dragon beat Kamikaze Kid in a four way last month but this time it’s one on one and Kid thinks that he can change the outcome. Dragon looks to keep his momentum going here in the SMWA.

Amazing N8 vs. Sedrick Strong

Strong makes his return to the SMWA against Amazing N8 who is looking to get a win here in the SMWA and solidify his position.

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August 14, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to the SMWA One More Dance! We have a great show planned tonight with some great action on the card. In the main event Jack Evans gets one more shot against Danny Dominion to win the SMWA Championship. We also have Chance Beckett taking on Alex Shelley in a number one contenders match.”

Guppie: “We have a big six man tag as Special K consisting of Slim J, Deranged and Angeldust take on Vito Thomaselli, Halo and Johnny Spade. Black Dragon returns tonight to face Kamikaze Kid one on one.”

Patterson: “Those two met in a four way last month and Black Dragon eliminated Kamikaze Kid first and now he’s looking for some revenge. In our first match Amazing N8 will take on Sedrick Strong.”

Guppie: “Both of these men have had poor starts in the SMWA and a win will really help one of these guys start moving up the ladder here.”

Segment 1: Amazing N8 vs. Sedrick Strong

The two men go through a series of holds and reversals. Strong gains the advantage and gets N8 in a leg scissors headlock. N8 rolls Strong onto his back then does a headstand and falls to his knees freeing his head. N8 gets to his feet and dropkicks Strong in the head. N8 takes control of the match and works Strong over N8 works Strong over and hits a DDT then goes up to the top rope but Strong gets up and press slams him down to the mat. Strong takes control of the match but N8 manages to hit a low blow to gain control again then hits a brainbuster on Strong. N8 climbs up the ropes and hits a guillotine legdrop on Strong for the three count.

Winner: Amazing N8 (7:21)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 48 CR: 16 MQ: 81

Patterson: “A solid showing by both men in that match. Amazing N8 managed to work the match the way he wanted to and it allowed him to come out on top.”

Guppie: “Hopefully N8 can get some momentum going and make something out of that match as he has a lot of talent and could go far.”

Patterson: “Indeed he could. Up next we have two young guys who could make a big impact here. Black Dragon and Kamikaze Kid. Dragon has experience in Japan wrestling in Michinoku Pro and he’s a great high-flyer and technical wrestler. Kamikaze Kid comes from IWA Mid-South and he’s got that hardcore style in his background.”

Guppie: “I don’t think he’s going to get a chance to use that hardcore style in this match Mike.”

Segment 2: Black Dragon vs. Kamikaze Kid

Black Dragon nails Kamikaze Kid with a hands free plancha as Kid makes his way down to the ring. Dragon takes Kid into the crowd and moves the crowd away then hits Kid with a hiptoss onto the chairs. They continue to fight in the crowd and Kid starts to take control with some brawling and slams Dragon face first into a chair. Kid picks Dragon up then drops him onto a chair with a DDT. Kid picks Dragon up and pulls him into the ring and rolls him in then gets in the ring and covers him for a long one count. Kid picks Dragon up and Dragon explodes with some big forearms then whips Kid into the ropes and nails him with a big spinning back elbow. Dragon takes control of the match solidly and works over Kid before finishing him off with a death valley driver for the three count.

Winner: Black Dragon (8:34)

Notes: **

OA: 51 CR: 14 MQ: 89

Patterson: “Black Dragon really took it right to Kamikaze Kid in that match and he wasn’t afraid to fight Kid’s style.”

Guppie: “I didn’t think Kid was going to be able to use his hardcore style tonight but Dragon took it to him on the outside and he managed to control the match early but when it got in the ring Dragon took the match where he wanted it to go.”

Patterson: “He sure did Brian. Up next we have a big six man tag match. Special K takes on Vito Thomaselli and two new guys here in the SMWA Halo and Johnny Spade. Both of these men have a reputation for being high-flyers and we’ve given them the chance to prove that here tonight.”

Guppie: “Thomaselli tried to teach those Special K kids a lesson last show with Alex Shelley and failed so maybe tonight he can get the job done.”

Segment 3: Special K

Slim J, Deranged and Angeldust dance out to the music as rave music plays. They slide into the ring and dance for a while before the music stops then Slim J grabs a mic.

Slim J: “Last month Alex Shelley and Vito Thomaselli tried to put an end to Deranged and Angeldust’s partying by beating them in the ring. Unfortunately for them that didn’t happen. Yet, now tonight three men step up to the ring to attempt to do the same thing. These fucks think that they can teach us that partying is wrong by beating us in the ring and they are wrong. First of all they can’t beat us because we are better than them and secondly we don’t care what they say or what they think about us. Partying is what we do and we are going to do it no matter how many times we lose or win in the ring. Tonight Vito, Halo and Johnny are going to be in for a surprise when they find out that clean living can be very painful.”

OA: 56

Segment 4: Special K (Slim J, Deranged & Angeldust) vs. Vito Thomaselli , Halo & Johnny Spade

The match starts off quickly as all six men brawl in the ring when Vito, Halo and Johnny hit the ring. Spade takes Deranged out of the ring and himself as well with a big clothesline over the ropes. Halo sends Angeldust out of the ring with a big backbody drop then launches himself over the top rope with a crossbody block as Angeldust gets to his feet. Slim J and Vito continue to brawl in the ring with Vito taking advantage slowly before nailing J with a big right hand that sends him sprawling to the mat. Vito picks J up and throws him into the corner and pummels him with punches and chops knocking him stupid. Vito then tags in Spade. Spade comes in and works the midsection of J that Vito nailed a couple of times. Spade hits a gut buster, back breaker combo then locks J into an abdominable stretch but Deranged comes in and hits Spade with a superkick to break up the hold then drags J to his corner and tags himself in. Deranged charges and Spade takes him down by his arm and locks him in a crossface. Deranged gets to the ropes quickly and breaks the hold. The two men get to their feet and the action goes back and forth with neither man able to gain an advantage. After a series of chain wrestling both men get up, back off and tag out.

Halo and Angeldust come in and pick the pace back up with a fast exchange of moves and Angeldust comes out on top after hitting a tilt-a-whirl armdrag. Angeldust presses his advantage and Halo gets him with a double leg takedown then slingshots him into the corner. Halo follows that up with a clothesline that crushes Angeldust then drills him with a big german suplex. Halo makes a mistake as he wanders into the enemy corner and takes an elbow to the back of the head. Angeldust recovers during the distraction and hits Halo in the back of the head with an enziguri type kick. The Special K team keep Halo in their corner and work him over. Halo plays the face in peril for a while before he goes on a rally and starts nailing all the Special K members with big forearms. Halo goes to make the tag but Slim J cuts him off with a flying neckbreaker. Special K isolate Halo some more and set him up on the top rope. Slim J climbs up for a hurrincanranna but Halo catches him and drops him with a sitout powerbomb off the top. Halo crawls to his corner and tags in Thomaselli as Slim J tags in Deranged.

Thomaselli takes it to Deranged with some big punches that knock him loopy. Thomaselli takes contnrol of the match and isolates Deranged for a short time with Spade’s help. Spade hits Deranged with a sitout powerbomb and gets a two count before Angeldust breaks up the count. A pier six brawl breaks out as all six men enter the ring and start throwing punches and hitting whoever they can. Thomaselli sends Deranged out of the ring and is quickly sent out himself when Angeldust delivers a kick to the back of his head. Spade charges at Angeldust but he drops to the mat and pulls the top rope down sending Spade to the outside. As the three men get to their feet on the outside Angeldust hurls himself over the top rope with a plancha. In the ring Slim J goes right after the weakened Halo. J nails Halo with a tornado DDT then climbs to the top rope and hits a 450 splash for the three count.

Winner: Special K (17:38)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 55 CR: 34 MQ: 77

Patterson: “What a spectacle between those two teams. Special K once again manages to come out on top. I wonder if anybody is going to be able to teach them some respect.”

Guppie: “Nobody is teaching them respect but I think they are teaching the rest of the boys in the locker room to respect them. They may be young and use drugs but they can really go in the ring and the other guys in the back are starting to realize that.”

Patterson: “That’s a good point Brian. These guys are talented no matter what they do. Up next though we have two of the top technical wrestlers going today as Chance Beckett takes on Alex Shelley and the winner gets a shot at the SMWA Championship.”

Guppie: “Shelley claims he has talent on loan from God and it’s hard to deny that claim most of the time. Beckett is just a workhorse in the ring and gets business done.”

Segment 5: One more Chance

Chance Beckett comes out to a slow dirge-like song. The lights go out and a spotlight focuses on the entranceway then follows him to the ring. Beckett jumps onto the apron then enters the ring and the lights come back on.

Beckett: “Too many times I have been denied here. Too many times I have come out on the losing end of my matches. Too many times I have failed to accomplish what I must. Last month I lost in the first round of a tournament to get a shot at the SMWA Championship. Tonight though I have one match to determine my fate. One match to make an impact and correct everything that I have done wrong so far. Tonight is a night for my redemption and I will not be denied that chance. I was given the chance to redeem my loss against Paul London in the Super-Eight tournament here in the main event and once again I fell victim to Paul London’s offense. Then I shined as I managed to put former NWA:TNA X Division Champion Chris Sabin down for the three count. Then I lost to Jack Evans one on one with little fanfare and little fight. Tonight I’m a different man. I am a focused man. Focused on winning and becoming the champion. Alex Shelley is the first man that stands in my way to achieving that goal and he will be made an example. Next month I will face the Champion one on one and I will be the one to come out victorious. I will walk out with the belt around my waist and finally a smile upon my face.”

OA: 58

Segment 6: Chance Beckett vs. Alex Shelley

The two men start the match off slowly. They go into a knuckle lock and Shelley bends Beckett down into a bridge. Beckett drops to his back then uses his feet to break Shelley’s hold then flips Shelley over and gets a cross armbreaker but Shelley quickly gets the ropes to break the hold. The two men go into a lockup and go through a chain wrestling series that ends with Shelley reversing a belly to back suplex into a reverse DDT. Shelley settles into the drivers seat and starts working on the right arm and shoulder of Beckett. Beckett fights back but Shelley just hits the weakened shoulder and the fight goes out of Beckett. Shelley drops Beckett with a single arm DDT then goes right into a cross armbreaker. Beckett clutches his hands together preventing the hold then gets up to his feet and picks Shelley up and over dropping him on his back and breaking the hold. Beckett rolls to the outside and works his shoulder trying to loosen it up. Shelley follows him out and grabs him from behind and tries to ram his shoulder into the ringpost but Beckett turns and flattens Shelley with a clothesline. Beckett takes control on the outside and picks Shelley up for a shin breaker then starts ramming his knee into the ringpost and guardrail before hitting the shinbreaker.

Beckett rolls Shelley into the ring then grabs his feet and pulls him groin first into the ringpost. Beckett holds onto the legs and locks in a figure four around the ringpost. And the ref breaks it at the five count. Beckett rolls into the ring and drags Shelley into the middle of the ring and locks in the figure four. Shelley fights the hold barely able to lift his shoulders off the mat to avoid the three counts. Shelley slowly turns his body getting Beckett onto his side but Beckett counters the movement and brings both men down flat on their backs. Shelley turns his body the other way and slowly flips Beckett over and forces him to break the hold. Shelley slowly gets to his feet but Beckett goes right back towards the legs. Shelley blocks a double leg takedown then goes behind Beckett and hits him with a dragon suplex and tries to bridge but his right leg gives up on him and he drops to the mat.

Both men slowly get to their feet and they give up on the submissions and just start nailing each other with high impact moves since they won’t give up and hope to knock each other out. Beckett hits a string of suplexes that drop Shelley on his head and only gets a two count afterwards. Shelley explodes with some forearms as Beckett picks him up then hits a DDT followed by a sitout powerbomb that gets him a long two count. The two men get up and trade some brutal punches, chops and forearms before Beckett hits Shelley with a dropkick to the knees. Beckett bounces off the ropes and as Shelley gets to his feet nails him with a brutal mafia kick. Beckett goes to the top rope and hits the Chance Encounter for the three count.

Winner: Chance Beckett (19:31)

Notes: ***3/4

OA: 72 CR: 47 MQ: 97

Patterson: “That my friends is what professional wrestling is all about! Those two men wanted a shot at the title so bad that they wouldn’t tap out. Alex Shelley’s right knee was destroyed by Beckett but he wouldn’t give up and made a comeback until Beckett just beat him down enough to finish him off.”

Guppie: “It’s a match like the one those two put on that reminds you why you started watching wrestling in the first place Mike. That is professional wrestling at its best and nobody can deny that.”

Patterson: “Those two warriors had a hell of a fight and Chance Beckett came out on top and next month he will take on the winner of the main event for the SMWA Championship.”

Guppie: “In the main event Danny Dominion defends the SMWA Championship against Jack Evans for the second time and both men want that championship belt to be on their waist when they walk out of here tonight.”

Segment 7: The Champ

Danny Dominion walks out from backstage with the belt around his waist greeted by a chorus of boos from the fans. Dominion acts like they are cheering and waves to them as he walks to the ring. He steps onto the apron then enters the ring. He raises the belt above his head to more boos then settles the belt on his shoulder as he grabs a mic.

Dominion: “Thank you for such a warm reception here in Kalamazoo. I have such found memories of this rundown gym. I won this belt here by pinning Alex Shelley and beating Jack Evans. Then the next time we were in this gym I defended the belt against Jack Evans and beat him. Tonight I’m going to beat Evans for the third time and it’s because I have such great luck in this gym thanks to the fans appreciation of me and my skill. Now I don’t know why I have to beat Jack Evans again. It seems like there would be some other deserving wrestling in this federation that I wouldn’t have to fight the same person three times for the belt but then again if they had some better talent here maybe I wouldn’t have it so easy in my title defenses so I guess it is a blessing. Tonight I achieve the trifecta as I will put Jack Evans down to the mat and pin him one, two, three and defeat him for the third time and then I will be all done with Jack Evans.”

OA: 50

Segment 8: Jack Evans vs. Danny Dominion© (SMWA Championship)

Evans starts the match off by nailing Dominion with a spinning heel kick then keeps the offense going fast with armdrags and the like keeping Dominion off balance and slowing him down. Dominion eventually blocks an armdrag then drills Evans with a big clothesline. Dominion takes control and hits Evans with three vertical suplexes in a row and gets a short two count. Dominion picks Evans up and drops him with a backbreaker then locks in a boston crab working the back. Evans crawls to the ropes breaking the hold. Dominion pulls Evans to his feet and drives a big elbow into his back then whips Evans into the ropes and drills him with a spinebuster. Dominion controls the match working the back of Evans. Evans is in big trouble as Dominion picks him up for a powerbomb but Evans reverses it with a backbody drop. Dominion gets to his feet and Evans hits him with a superkick then falls on his face.

Both men get to their feet and Evans has a hand on his back while he does it. Dominion charges with a clothesline but Evans ducks it and drops Dominion with a neckbreaker. Neither man can really gain an advantage as Evans fights on the defensive ducking and dodging and hitting moves when he can without hurting his back further. Evans bounces off the ropes and spins around Dominion for a headscissors but spins around his back and nails a DDT. The crowd comes alive as Evans starts some offense. Dominion gets to his feet shakily and Evans hits him with a code red then climbs up to the top and hits a corkscrew moonsault. Evans grabs his back after landing but still crawls over and drapes his body over Dominion’s for the three count.

Winner: Jack Evans (15:49)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 65 CR: 55 MQ: 75

Patterson: “Jack Evans is the new SMWA Champion! He put it all on the line in the end and he came out on top.”

Guppie: “What a great way to end the show tonight! This has been some incredible action tonight.”

Patterson: “That’s for damn sure Brian! Remember fans check out smwawrestling.com for info on upcoming shows. We’re out of here!”

Overall: 57

News on the September Show and More

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August 22, 2004

The August Show did very well and drew our largest card to date. The September show is going to be held in Detroit at the Masonic Lodge on September 18. Already signed for the show are Jack Evans vs. Chance Beckett with the SMWA Championship on the line. Plus Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs vs. an as yet unnamed third opponent. The rest of the card should be signed soon.

The Chance Beckett vs. Alex Shelley match has already gained recognition as being a Match of the Year contender and we are very happy about that. Word of mouth has really increased the popularity of the SMWA on the internet and we thank all of our fans who have spread the word about us.

The DVD versions of the Beginning and Mayhem are ready to be ordered. You can get them off the website or through www.highspots.com. Revolution and Collision Course are available on VHS right now. Revolution should be released on DVD soon and One More Dance will be available on VHS in a week or so. Make sure to buy all your favorite SMWA shows!

Motor City Madness Card

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September 1, 2004

Jack Evans© vs. Chance Beckett (The SMWA Championship)

Jack Evans makes his first title defense against Chance Beckett. Beckett earned his shot by beating Alex Shelley last month. Beckett lost to Evans in a tournament two months ago when Evans rolled him up. Beckett has been mad about the loss and he’s looking for some revenge here tonight.

Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Jimmy Yang

Sabin and Jacobs are both looking to impress management with a win in this match. Sabin has suffered from some seriously bad luck in the SMWA and he’s hoping to turn that around. Jacobs has faired pretty well in the SMWA but hasn’t done amazing. Former WWE and WCW star Jimmy Yang will be making his debut here in the SMWA and he is coming in with a big debut in this huge triple threat match.

Slim J vs. Halo

Slim J and the Special K team beat Halo last month but now he’s looking for some revenge one on one.

Deranged vs. Alex Shelley

Kamikaze Kid vs. Angeldust

The Special K members are looking to prove themselves as singles competitors in the SMWA. Deranged faces off against Alex Shelley one of the most talented wrestlers in the SMWA even if his record doesn’t show that. Hydro goes one on one with the Kamikaze Kid who is willing to put his body on the line for a victory.

Black Dragon vs. Johnny Spade

Black Dragon has been looking strong with several wins under his belt so far. Spade made an impressive debut in the six man tag last month and now he’s here to prove himself as a singles wrestler.

Former SMWA Champion Danny Dominion has asked for the night off because he is concerned about losing the title and needs time to refocus himself on the goal of winning the title back and he promises he’ll be ready for the October Show no matter what.

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September 18, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to another great night of action from the SMWA! I’m Mike Patterson and beside me is Brian Guppie as usual. We have a spectacular line up for you tonight. Jack Evans will be defending the SMWA Championship against Chance Beckett in the main event.”

Guppie: “We also have a huge triple threat match involving Chris Sabin, Jimmy Jacobs and former WWE and WCW star Jimmy Yang. Special K will have their hands full in three singles matches tonight. Angeldust takes on Kamikaze Kid, Deranged fights Alex Shelley and Slim J takes on Halo. All three of those matches should be exciting.”

Patterson: “And we are kicking the show off with Black Dragon facing off against Johnny Spade. Both men have shown some talent here. Spade made an impressive debut in the six man tag last month and Black Dragon has had lots of success here in the SMWA so far and he’s looking to keep that streak alive.”

Guppie: “But Spade isn’t going to be a push over though. This is going to be a tough match for both men.”

Segment 1: Black Dragon vs. Johnny Spade

The two go into a knuckle lock in the beginning of the match and Spade takes control at the beginning but Dragon uses leverage to turn the lock around into his favorite then he bridges Spade back but can’t get him down on his shoulders. Dragon tries to jump on Spades legs but Spade anticipates it and counters with a monkey flip and keeps the lock on then flips backwards and puts Dragon down to the mat but Dragon delivers a kick to the groin to break the lock. The two men go back and forth with nobody gaining control. They ratchet the pace up a notch and start delivering some brutal suplexes on each other. Spade makes a mistake when he goes for a clothesline but Dragon ducks it then nails him with a dragon suplex. Dragon jumps up onto the top rope and follows up with a shooting star press for the three count.

Winner: Black Dragon (8:41)

Notes: **1/4

OA: 56 CR: 23 MQ: 89

Patterson: “‘Black Dragon continues to impress me. He won that big four corners match two months ago and last month he beat Kamikaze Kid and tonight he bested Johnny Spade who is a great talent.”

Guppie: “Dragon didn’t just get into Michinoku Pro wrestling because he asked he earned that spot by beating a great wrestler and that’s why we’ve brought him in as well.”

Patterson: “That’s a good point Brian. Black Dragon is on a roll here and we’ll see if he keeps that pace up here in the SMWA.”

Segment 2: Punk Out

Alex Shelley and Halo come down to the ring and meet Johnny Spade who is stilling in the ring. Halo grabs a mic from the ref and hands it to Shelley.

Shelley: “Two months ago Vito Thomaselli and I attempted to beat Angeldust and Deranged and we failed. Last month Thomaselli, Halo and Spade here tried to take out Angeldust, Deranged and Slim J and once again they failed. Special K you guys may have the upperhand right now but the three of us here and Vito we have your number. You guys may be able to fly in the ring but we can all wrestle in the ring. I am the man with talent on loan from God Dammit! Last month I took Chance Beckett to the limit. If I can do that with a wrestler of his caliber I should be able to take any of your sorry asses out. Tonight Deranged you have to get in the ring with me one on one. Deranged you may have some good kicks and some nice high flying moves but when I get in the ring I’m going to tear your leg to pieces and you won’t be able to do shit! Deranged you are just the start too. I’m going to tear through all of you Special K junkies and show you all what respect is and what this business is about!”

Shelley hands the mic to Halo.

Halo: “Fucking A, man! Special K may have the upperhand at the moment but that’s about to change. Tonight I take on Slim J the ‘leader’ of Special K. Well you guys can kiss your leader good bye because tonight he’s going into the ring with somebody who can fly better than him and somebody who can wrestle better than him. Slim J may not respect me now but after our match he and his goddamn crew of misfits are going to respect me for damn sure!”

Halo spikes the mic then walks backstage with Shelley and Spade as the crowd cheers.

OA: 41

Patterson: “Wow! Those guys are intense and I think Special K is going to be in trouble tonight.”

Guppie: “I have to agree with you there Mike. Shelley and Halo are out on a mission and I wouldn’t want to get in their way. We start off the series of Special K matches right now as Angeldust takes on Kamikaze Kid.”

Patterson: “Angeldust is making his first singles appearance here in the SMWA and he’s taking on the Kamikaze Kid. Kid has been on a losing streak dropping matches in the last three shows. He’s really going to have to kick it up a notch and get a win.”

Guppie: “Angeldust may be a member of Special K but like all of those guys they are talented in the ring and nobody is going to dispute that so Kid doesn’t have an easy match lined up for himself tonight.”

Segment 3: Kamikaze Kid vs. Angeldust

Kid takes control in the beginning of the match staggering Angeldust with a series of punches and forearms. Kid takes ‘Dust down to the mat and works him over keeping him grounded and slowing the pace. ‘Dust turns the match around by reversing a rear chinlock with a devastating belly to back suplex. Angeldust goes on a tear working the match at a fast pace and keeping Kid down with big impact moves. Angeldust hits a satellite DDT on Kid then goes onto the apron. Kid turns his back and Angeldust springboards in with a somersault ace crusher then covers Kid for the three count.

Winner: Angeldust (7:24)

Notes: **

OA: 55 CR: 26 MQ: 85

Patterson: “Angeldust picking up the win in a nice match right there. Kamikaze Kid is really on a bad run here in the SMWA and I don’t know what it’s going to take from him to turn things around.”

Guppie: “Special K takes the first match in the series of three that their members have tonight. Next Deranged has to take on Alex Shelley.”

Patterson: “This should be an interesting match. Shelley is a technical worker and he likes to go after a body part and destroy it. Deranged is a high flyer and he just goes for as many big moves as he can and hopes one of them keeps his opponent down.”

Segment 4: Alex Shelley vs. Deranged

The two men circle each other and Shelley shoots in and takes Deranged down and keeps him grounded in the early parts of the match but Deranged escapes, gets to his feet and drills Shelley with kicks as he gets up. Deranged takes a running start off the ropes and drills Shelley with a spinning heel kick. Deranged starts to take control of the match until Shelley catches a kick aimed at his head and hits Deranged with a wicked capture suplex that drops Deranged on his head. Deranged gets to his feet dazed and Shelley is right on him with a brainbuster. Shelley goes for the cover and gets a two. Shelley starts working the neck area of Deranged with some tight submissions. Deranged keeps fighting out but can’t really gain an advantage. Shelley nails Deranged with a DVD and holds it right into a pin for the three count.

Winner: Alex Shelley (8:38)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 58 CR: 39 MQ: 78

Patterson: “I love to see that kind of work in a wrestling match Brian. A wrestler chooses a part of his opponent’s body and then just destroys it so he can get the win. It’s what professional is all about.”

Guppie: “It is indeed what some professional wrestling is all about, Mike. Our next match will be of a different sort but it won’t be any less amazing. Slim J and Halo face off in what should be a demonstration of what high flying really is.”

Patterson: “Everybody in Special K loves to fly and Slim J is the leader of the group because he’s the best at it. Halo has shown his talent around the country and he’s going to show it to us right here tonight.”

Segment 5: Slim J vs. Halo

The two men start the match with a rope running sequence where each man avoids the others attacks with flips and acrobatic dodges until Slim J hits a springboard twisting crossbody block on Halo. The action continues fast paced with neither man gaining a definitive advanatage. Halo catches Slim J with a clothesline that flips him over to his face then grabs him as he gets to his feet and drops him with a gourdbuster. Halo goes for the cover and gets a short two count. Slim J gets to his feet still dazed and Halo takes control of the match working J over but isn’t able to get a pinfall. Halo whips Slim J into the corner but Slim J climbs up the ropes and comes off the top with a twisting senton and both men are down. Both men get to their feet and they start trading armdrags Slim J blocks an armdrag from Halo sending him down to the mat then follows up by dropping a knee to his head. Slim J starts a systematic attack on the head and neck of Halo by dropping him with a DDT then cranking on the neck with a rear chinlock. Beckett struggles to this feet then hits a couple of back elbows and drills Slim J with a sayido suplex that folds Slim J in half.

Both men get to their feet and start trading some forearms and Halo slowly gets the better of the deal then turns Slim J around and delivers a northern lights suplex that sends Slim J into the corner and drops him on his head. Halo takes control and hits several more big moves before going to the top rope and hitting Slim J with the Halocination but Slim J barely kicks out before the three and Halo is stunned. Halo goes up top and goes for the Halocination again but misses. Slim J climbs up to the top rope and as Halo gets to his feet hits him with a dragon hurricanranna and holds the legs to get the three count.

Winner: Slim J (12:56)

Notes: ***3/4

OA: 73 CR: 49 MQ: 98

Patterson: “What an incredible display of high flying ability in that match right there.”

Guppie: “We knew going into that match that those two men are two of the most talented high flyers today and they just proved it right there.”

Patterson: “An amazing match and the action is only going to heat up. We have a huge triple threat match next pitting Chris Sabin against Jimmy Jacobs and Jimmy Yang.”

Guppie: “This match is going to be exciting and I can’t wait to see it.”

Segment 6: Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Jimmy Yang

The three men start off slowly and they all come together in the middle of the ring and go for a three person knuckle lock but Jacobs nails Sabin and Yang with some forearms. Jacobs then hits both men with dropkicks then sends Yang to the outside by grabbing him by the back of his pants and sending him over the ropes. Sabin and Jacobs lock up in the ring and go through a sequence of chain wrestling and Sabin ends up with a cross armbreaker but Yang gets back into the ring and breaks it up with a leg drop. Yang picks Sabin up and nails him with an enziguri and Sabin falls back into the corner. Yang picks Jacobs up and goes to work on his arm. Sabin recovers and grabs Yang in a rear waistlock who is holding Jacobs in a rear waistlock and they hit a double german suplex. Jacobs flips completely over and Yang lands on the back of his head. Both men roll out of the ring but Sabin follows them out with a suicide dive which knocks both men back down to the ground. Sabin picks Yang up and slams him face first into the ringpost then rolls Jacobs back into the ring. Sabin goes for the cover and only gets a two.

Jacobs starts a comeback fighting Sabin off with punches then shoves Sabin into the ropes and bounces off the opposite side and drills Sabin with a mafia kick. Jacobs grabs his wrist and starts hussing but Yang comes in and dropkicks him in the shoulder and Jacobs hits the mat grabbing his right arm. Yang delivers some stomps to the arm then locks in a cross armbreaker. Sabin recovers from the kick and breaks Yang’s hold with a stomp to the face. Sabin pulls Yang up and whips him into the corner. Sabin charges and nails him with a big forearm then sets him on the top rope. Sabin climbs up and goes for a hurrincanranna but Jacobs recovers and hits him with a big dropkick to the back and Sabin falls to the outside of the ring. Jacobs climbs up the ropes and goes for a superplex but Yang reverses it and drops Jacobs with a gourd buster from the top rope. Yang then stands up on the top rope and hits the Yangtime. He goes for the cover but Sabin pulls him out of the ring.

Sabin and Yang brawl on the outside. Sabin whips Yang into the ringpost then catches him as he bounces off with a brutal belly to back suplex that folds Yang in half on the gym floor. Sabin rolls into the ring and hits Jacobs with three rolling german suplexes and bridges the last one for a long two count. Sabin picks Jacobs up and goes for the future shock but Jacobs floats over and lands behind Sabin then kicks him in the gut and hits him with the suicide solution but both men are down and out. Jacobs and Sabin both slowly recover and start trading punches. Jacobs blocks a punch then grabs Sabin and goes for the contra code. Yang gets up on the apron and Jacobs shoves off Yang to flip over sending Yang to the floor and hitting the contra code then hooks the leg of Sabin and gets the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (20:21)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 61 CR: 42 MQ: 80

Patterson: “What an amazing match between those three men! Jimmy Jacobs picks up an impressive win against two great competitors.”

Guppie: “Going into this match Jacobs was probably the last pick in most people’s opinion. He doesn’t have the experience of either man yet he picks up the win due to pure heart and drive to keep going.”

Patterson: “The man may be an asshole to the fans but Jimmy Jacobs is definitely a wrestler to watch out for. He’s tenacious and he’s good in the ring and that’s the perfect combination.”

Segment 7: Down but not Out

The lights go out in the building as the three men walk back and a spotlight appears on the entrance as gothic music plays. Chance Beckett walks out from behind the curtain and slowly walks to the ring as the light follows him and the boos accompany him. Beckett takes a mic from the ring announcer and slides into the ring.

Beckett: “Finally I’ve earned a shot at the SMWA Championship. Day in and day out I prove just how dangerous I am in the ring and it took this long for me to get a title shot. I may not have the greatest win record here in the SMWA but when you compare my opponents to everybody else’s my record stands up. I’ve lost to Paul London one of the greatest wrestlers alive today. I’ve beaten Chris Sabin who many say is the future of the industry and I took him down for the three count. Then last month I beat Alex Shelley. The man who claims to have talent on loan from God. Well in that case I beat God and I am damn sure capable of beating Jack Evans. Shelley knows what happens when I get in the ring. I tore him apart and amazingly kept coming. Alex Shelley put up a hell of a fight but I put him down for the count and that’s what matters. Jack Evans. I admit I’ve lost to you before. It’s true but this time things are going to be different. You got off easy last time. Tonight I’m going to tear you apart. I’m going to take out a limb and then I’m going to take out another one until you are helpless in the ring and then I’m going to lock on a chokehold and I’m going to make you pass out. You won’t even get the luxury of giving up because I’m going to knock you out. You are going to be knocked unconscious and that is no idle boast. Tonight you are going to be in a fight and you are going to lose!”

OA: 73

Patterson: “Chance Beckett has got some momentum going into this match but so does Evans. Evans beat Danny Dominion last month to win the belt in their second one on one match. Beckett earned a shot at the belt by beating Alex Shelley in a match that is being called a match of the year contender.”

Guppie: “There is no doubt that these two are two of the best wrestlers going today but tonight we are going to find out which one of them is the better of the two and it’s going to be an epic match.”

Patterson: “That’s right Brian. This is going to be a match to talk about and I can’t wait to see it happen.”

Segment 8: Jack Evans© vs. Chance Beckett (The SMWA Championship)

Beckett starts the match off going right after Evans and specifically his right leg. Beckett takes Evans down with a double leg takedown then goes right into a leglock. Evans manages to escape the hold quickly but Beckett delivers some kicks to the right leg and just focuses on the leg single mindedly. Evans manages to fend Beckett off his leg but he can’t get any real offense in while doing it. Beckett makes a mistake and goes for a brainbuster but Evans reverses it landing behind Beckett then dropping him with a reverse DDT. Evans goes on a blaze of offense keeping Beckett off his game. Evans goes up top for a leg drop but Beckett rolls out of the way. Evans hurts the leg and Beckett takes him down with a chop block to the back of the knee and then goes right into a figure four leglock. Evans slowly works his way to the ropes and grabs onto them for the rope break.

Evans gets to his feet using the ropes and Beckett grabs him and hits him with a shinbreaker and goes right into an indian deathlock. Evans slowly moves forward and grabs the ropes to break the hold. Beckett breaks the hold and pulls Evans into the middle of the ring and goes for a figure four but Evans shoves him off. Beckett bounces off the ropes and Evans rolls him up for a two count. Beckett gets up and delivers a series of quick brutal stomps to the leg and goes for the figure four again but Evans shoves him off again. Beckett bounces off the ropes again and Evans kips up with a hurrincanranna and holds it for the three count on Beckett.

Winner: Jack Evans (16:27)

Notes: ***1/2

OA: 75 CR: 58 MQ: 93

Patterson: “Jack Evans barely squeaks by Chance Beckett in that match. Beckett was concentrating so hard on that leg that Evans was able to catch him with a quick three count.”

Guppie: “He may have barely squeaked by but he did win and he is still the SMWA Champion.”

Patterson: “That’s so true Brian. Fans be sure to check out smwawrestling.com for news on the upcoming shows. For Brian Guppie I’m Mike Patterson have a safe trip home.”

Overall: 63

October Show & Updates

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September 23, 2004

Bad news on the injury front. Black Dragon has suffered a serious neck injury that will have him out of action for 8 months. We at the SMWA are sad to see Dragon get injured and wish him a speedy recovery from his injury.

Motorcity Madness is being hailed as the best SMWA show yet and owner Kevin George is aiming even higher for the October show. The show is being held Sunday October 17, on his birthday and will be run in Mount Pleasant as the SMWA will be making their return to the Central Michigan University Finch Fieldhouse. Already signed for the show is Jack Evans defending the SMWA Championship against Danny Dominion in a rematch. This won’t be a normal match though it will be a ladder match. More matches will be signed and announced soon.

All Previous shows are available on VHS through the website or Highspots.com Motorcity Madness will be available on VHS at the Birthday Bash show. All the shows up to One More Dance are available on DVD. One More Dance will be available at the Birthday Bash show as well.

Birthday Bash Card & Info on November & December Shows

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September 23, 2004

The Birthday Bash show has all of the matches lined up and it has some big names coming in.

Danny Dominion vs. Jack Evans © (Ladder Match)

Jack Evans defends the title against Danny Dominion in a ladder match. This is the third time these two have met one on one and they have both won one match a piece and this will be the deciding match.

Divine Storm vs. Special K

Chris Divine and Quiet Storm make their debuts here in the SMWA as they take on Angeldust and Deranged. This should be an exciting match as these four know how to go in the ring.

Nate Webb vs. Hydro (No Rules)

Webb makes his return to the SMWA against the talented Hydro. Webb has asked for a no rules match and Hydro has agreed to that stipulation.

Petey Williams vs. Kamikaze Kid

Williams will be making his return against Kamikaze Kid who has had poor luck recently in the SMWA and has to be looking to turn that around.

Danny Daniels vs. Vito Thomaselli

Daniels, the winner of the IWA:MS Ted Petty Invitational, will be making his debut here in the SMWA against Vito Thomaselli in what should be a hard fought match.

Matt Sydal vs. Cade Sydal

These two are going to be looking to make an impression on the SMWA management. Matt has started to impress fans with his work in Wildside and Mid-South. Cade has started to make a name but hasn’t really succeeded at that just yet and he’s going to get a chance here.

The November and December shows will be the 31st and 1st respectively. We’ll be having a double header show as we will hold our Midwest Invitational Tournament which will eight of the best up and coming talent here in the SMWA. The first night will hold the first round. The second night will feature the semi-finals and finals. Plus other great matches will be signed.

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When I saw this I thought "Another Michigan Diary?!" but then I read it and realized it is very good. It just needs to be bigger. I'd double the amount of matches if this were a TEW diary, oh well. So this is in the Kalamazoo High School Gym?! lol, you must be hurting financially, but it's a start for the company I guess. The format is perfect, but have wrestlers interact more in promos. Good use of the word Bumfuck. I laughed. :D

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October 17, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to the SMWA’s Birthday Bash and before we start the show Guppie and I want to wish the SMWA owner, Kevin George, a happy birthday!”

Guppie: “That’s right he’s given us a job and we appreciate it and he has given you fans some great wrestling.”

Patterson: “Tonight we are seeing quite a bit of new talent come into the ring. The tag team Divine Storm composed of Chris Divine and Quiet Storm will be making their debut tonight against the Special K team of Deranged and Angeldust. We also have our opening match involving two new wrestlers to the SMWA Cade Sydal and Matt Sydal. Matt has started to impress a lot of people with his work in NWA Wildside and we hope he can keep up the good work here. Cade Sydal has worked on the east coast a lot and hasn’t really broken out yet and we are giving him that chance.”

Guppie: “We’ll also be seeing Danny Daniels debut here against Vito Thomaselli. Daniels won the IWA Mid-South Ted Petty Invitational last year but he’ll be facing the tough competitor Vito Thomaselli. Petey Williams is making his return to the SMWA against the Kamikaze Kid who is really looking to turn his luck around here.”

Patterson: “We have Hydro taking on Nate Webb in a no-holds barred match because Webb wanted to show the fans what he can do when he gets his hands on some weapons and for some reason Hydro isn’t scared of that.”

Guppie: “And we have a huge main event tonight as Danny Dominion looks to reclaim the SMWA Championship from Jack Evans in a ladder match.”

Patterson: “That should be an intense match but we have Cade Sydal facing off against Matt Sydal right now.”

Segment 1: Cade Sydal vs. Matt Sydal

The two start off with a chain wrestling sequence. They end the sequence with Matt sweeping the legs of Cade and going for a pin but Cade escapes then sweeps Matt’s legs and goes for a pin but Matt quicks out then both men kip up to their feet and face off drawing a slight applause. The two men go back and forth, both men displaying their skill to the crowd for the first time. Cade makes the first big move by nailing Matt with a mafia kick. Cade keeps the pressure on Matt but Matt quickly turns things around with a spinning headscissors. Matt climbs up to the top rope and hits a flying crossbody block but Cade rolls through then grabs a handful of tights and rolls Matt up for the three count.

Winner: Cade Sydal (7:21)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 51 CR: 19 MQ: 83

Patterson: “Cade Sydal gets a cheap victory over Matt Sydal by using a handful of tights to finish the match. What a horrible way to end a good match.”

Guppie: “Cade knew he was being out wrestled by Matt so he did what he had to in order to win. It may not be fair but it’s what he had to do to win.”

Patterson: “Well both men showed us a lot in that match and despite his cheating Cade Sydal does pick up the win. In the next match Danny Daniels will make his SMWA debut against Vito Thomaselli.”

Guppie: “Daniels is making a name for himself in the midwest but Vito has already shown himself to be a tough competitor here in the SMWA so this should be an exciting match.”

Segment 2: Don’t go heeling on me

Daniels comes down to the ring to little reaction from the crowd. He grabs the mic and slides into the ring.

Daniels: “This is the same damn reaction I get wherever I go. Nobody knows who I am or cares and I’m stuck down here in bottom of the card. I am a former IWA Mid-South Champion. I won the fucking Ted Petty Invitation and does that get me any recognition? Fuck no! I stay down here wallowing in the bottom of the card like some ordinary jobber. This shit has got to end and it starts to end tonight. I have to prove my skills everywhere I go and I’m use to this bullshit so I don’t want to waste any time. Vito Thomaselli get your ass out here so I can kick it!”

OA: 41

Segment 3: Danny Daniels vs. Vito Thomaselli

Vito starts the match off brawling with Daniels and gaining the upperhand. Vito starts to get cocky though and Daniels takes him down into a fujiwara armbar but Vito is too close to the ropes and gets a foot on them. Vito and Daniels square off again and Daniels takes Vito to the mat and stretches him for a while but can’t get any serious submission hold on. Vito gets to his feet and starts delivering some stiff strikes to Daniels and follows them up with some hard suplexes. Vito goes for a cover and gets a two count. Daniels fights back with a quick assault on Vito’s neck and finishes that series with a brainbuster for a two count. Daniels picks Vito up and goes for a piledriver but Vito counters it with a backbody drop. Daniels recovers quickly and blocks a punch from Vito then kicks him in the gut and delivers a cradle piledriver. Daniels covers Vito and gets the three count.

Winner: Danny Daniels (8:34)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 52 CR: 23 MQ: 81

Patterson: “Danny Daniels picks up a nice victory against Vito Thomaselli in his first match here in the SMWA. The man can wrestle but as you fans saw from his interview he’s kind of an asshole.”

Guppie: “All of the best wrestlers have big egos on how good they are and how they should be used and Daniels is probably one of the most underrated wrestlers out there and he’s going to prove that here.”

Patterson: “He’s still an asshole Brian. Up next Petey Williams takes on Kamikaze Kid. Williams is making his return to the SMWA after an injury took him out of action. Kamikaze Kid is still looking for his first win here in the SMWA.”

Guppie: “I think that guys going to be looking for his first win for a long time Mike. He’s good in the ring but he just can’t beat his opponents.”

Segment 4: Petey Williams vs. Kamikaze Kid

The two start the match off with a fast paced exchange of moves and neither man comes out on top and the crowd is apathetic. Williams tries to wake the crowd up with a wicked leg lariat on Kid. Williams controls the match for a short time before Kid turns the momentum around when he catches Williams with a big clothesline. Kid works on the arm of Williams but Williams shakes the damage off and nails Kid with a big DDT. Kid starts to get to his feet but Williams jumps and grabs him for a sunset flip piledriver for the three count.

Winner: Petey Williams (6:39)

Notes: 1/2*

OA: 44 CR: 18 MQ: 70

Patterson: “What a magnificent move to finish the match. I believe Petey Williams calls that the Destruction Driver and it’s easy to see why he would call it that. He dropped Kid right on his head after flipping him over and there is a lot of impact on that move.”

Guppie: “Indeed there is Mike. That’s one of the most dangerous moves we’ve seen here in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “And speaking of danger Nate Webb takes on Hydro in our next match and there are no rules for this match. Anything is legal and Webb has some experience with that kind of match and Hydro is just dumb enough to accept the challenge.”

Guppie: “Hydro is a great competitor but he’s not going to be in his usual confines tonight so he’s going to have do something completely different if he wants to get the win here.”

Segment 5: Nate Webb vs. Hydro (No Rules)

The match starts in the ring with some chain wrestling but the action quickly spills to the outside and Webb starts to take control as he introduces the weapons. Webb dazes Hydro by whipping him into the guardrail then pulls out a trash can from under the ring. Webb slams it over Hydro’s head then sets it on the ground and delivers a vertical suplex onto the can. Hydro manages to come back with some hardcore offense of his own though. Hydro takes a chair from a fan and slams it over Webb’s head. Hydro then pulls a table out from underneath the ring and slides it into the ring as the crowd cheers. Webb and Hydro brawl on the outside until Webb drops Hydro with a DDT. Webb rolls Hydro into the ring then picks up the chair and throws that in as well. Webb slides in and slams the chair across Hydro’s back then sets the table up. Webb sets Hydro on top of the table and nails him with a chairshot across the chest. Webb climbs up to the top but Hydro rolls off the table then bounces against the ropes racking Webb up. Hydro climbs up the ropes and pulls Webb up to his feet. Both men are standing on the top rope and Hydro grabs Webb and delivers a superplex through the table. Hydro slowly crawls forward and drapes an arm over Webb for the three count.

Winner: Hydro (10:32)

Notes: 1/2*

OA: 44 CR: 20 MQ: 69

Patterson: “Hydro was out of his element in that match but he managed to adapt in the ring and really take it to Webb. Plus he demolished Webb with that superplex through the table.”

Guppie: “Webb was relying too much on his weapons in that match and not enough on his actual wrestling ability. Hydro just capitalized on that mistake and really went to town on him.”

Patterson: “Up next Deranged and Angeldust of Special K try to keep up their winning ways against the debuting team of Chris Divine and Quiet Storm.”

Guppie: “Chris Divine and Quiet Storm are trained by Mikey Whipwreck and they are both great high flyers so this should be an exciting match we have coming up.”

Segment 6: The Divine Storm

Chris Divine and Quiet Storm walk out to a decent reaction from the crowd especially considering they are new here. Divine grabs the mic before sliding into the ring.

Divine: “Hello, Central Michigan! Tonight you guys are in for the time of your lives because Quiet Storm and I are going to show those punk ass, Special K bitches what’s up. They may be having a winning streak going but we didn’t come here to lose and tonight they are going to go down for the one, two, three!”

Storm: “Fucking right Divine! Those fuckers don’t have a chance in the ring! Those goddamn sons of bitches are going to get in this ring and get the shit kicked out of them by us! Special K get your fucking asses out here so we can kick them!”

OA: 55

Patterson: “Quiet Storm doesn’t say a lot but when he does he means it and he swears a lot.”

Guppie: “I hope the parents covered their children’s ears for that tirade.”

Segment 7: Divine Storm vs. Special K

Divine and Deranged start this match off and they go through a fast paced exchange of armdrags and the like. They end up in a standoff and get applause from the crowd both men tag out. Storm and Angeldust go through the a similar exchange but when Angeldust goes for a body scissors Storm slams him down with an inverted powerbomb. Storm picks Angeldust up and starts rocking him with some big forearms. Storm whips Angeldust into the corner but Angeldust climbs up the ropes and hits a moonsault on Storm then makes a tag to Deranged. Deranged comes in and lights Storm up with a series of stiff kicks. Deranged and Angeldust keep Storm in their corner and work him over. Storm manages to make a comeback freeing himself from the Special K corner by nailing both men with big forearms then making his way to his corner and tagging in Divine.

Divine comes in like a house on fire and clears the ring. Deranged and Angeldust consult on the outside and Divine breaks it up with a crossbody block. The three men get to their feet and Storm comes over the top rope with a hands free plancha taking everybody back down. Divine takes Angeldust into the ring and delivers some stiff suplexes before nailing a sitout powerbomb that gets him a two count. Divine tags in Storm and Storm whips Angeldust into the ropes and flips him over with a big clothesline. Storm calls for the storm cradle driver then grabs Angeldust and plants him with it. Deranged tries to break up the pin but Divine stops him with a forearm followed by the Divine Revelation allowing Storm to get the three count.

Winner: Divine Storm (15:22)

Notes: ***1/4

OA: 69 CR: 46 MQ: 92

Patterson: “Chris Divine and Quiet Storm are here and they are making an impact. The Special K team was able to beat Alex Shelley and Vito Thomaselli and then last month they beat Halo, Johnny Spade and Vito Thomaselli but Divine Storm put them down for the count.”

Guppie: “Divine Storm are more of a hard hitting tag team than anybody else here in the SMWA and that’s what makes the difference. Sure they can wrestle and fly but they hit hard and that’s what really helped them get the win in this match.”

Patterson: “A good point Brian. Up next we have our main event as Danny Dominion attempts to win the SMWA Championship back against Jack Evans in a ladder match.”

Guppie: “These two guys don’t like each other and with these kinds of stipulations this could be the most brutal match the SMWA has ever had.”

Segment 8: Danny Dominion vs. Jack Evans © (Ladder Match, The SMWA Championship)

Dominion goes right after Evans tackling him and mounting him then raining down punches as Evans tries to protect himself. Dominion gets off and kicks Evans to the outside. Dominion climbs onto the apron then hits Evans with a double axe handle across the back. Dominion and Evans brawl on the outside with Dominion using the guardrails to really punish Evans. Dominion irish whips Evans sending him tumbling into the guardrail and falling onto the back of his head. Dominion grabs a ladder and slides it into the ring. He sets it up and starts climbing but Evans recovers and pulls him off the ladder and nails him with a spinning heel kick. Evans folds the ladder up and sets it in the corner. Evans attempts to irish whip Dominion into the ladder but Dominion reverses it. Evans stops before going into the ladder and Dominion charges at him and Evans backbody drops him onto the ladder bending it in half. Evans pulls Dominion off the ladder and whips him into the corner. Evans pulls the ladder out of the corner and stomps on it trying to straighten it out but Dominion recovers and clotheslines him in the back dropping him onto the ladder.

Dominion picks Evans up and throws him over the ropes to the outside. Dominion slides out as well and pulls the ladder out setting it across the ring and the guardrail. Dominion grabs Evans and pulls him onto the apron and goes for a powerbomb but Evans reverses it with a hurrincanranna that sends Dominion onto the ladder and off the other side. Evans gets to his feet then sets Dominion back on the ladder. He grabs a chair from a fan and slams it across Dominion’s midsection then sets it on top of him. Evans climbs up to the top rope and hits a phoenix splash on Dominion breaking the ladder in half and sending both men down to the gym floor as the crowd chants holy shit. Evans slowly gets to a sitting position then pulls another ladder from underneath the ring. Evans gets to his feet and slides the ladder into the ring. Evans starts to slide into the ring but Dominion grabs his feet and pulls him back to the floor and the two men start fighting on the outside until Evans hits a big DDT on Dominion. Evans slides into the ring and sets the ladder up then starts climbing. Dominion recovers and gets to the apron then comes in with a springboard dropkick that sends the ladder over and Evans falls and drapes himself over the top rope then flips over to the outside.

Dominion taunts the crowd before setting the ladder up and climbing up himself. Evans slides into the ring chair in hand and delivers a sloppy shot to Dominion’s back. Evans climbs up the other side of the ladder and goes over the top and flips over hitting Dominion with the sunset flip powerbomb off the ladder. Evans gets to his feet first but Dominion isn’t far behind and the two men start trading holds until Dominion grabs Evans with a side headlock and slams him face first into the ladder. Dominion then grabs the chair and sets it up. He picks Evans up for a powerbomb and slams him down on the chair breaking it and leaving Evans down. Dominion starts climbing the ladder and reaches the top but Evans moves on his back and pushes the ladder over with his feet and Dominion falls to the outside of the ring and tumbles into the guardrail. Evans pulls the ladder upright and slowly starts climbing the ladder as the crowd urges him on. Evans climbs up to the top and reaches for the belt as Dominion gets to his feet on the outside. Evans grabs the belt as Dominion slides into the ring. Evans half falls and half climbs down the ladder holding the belt and offers his hand to Dominion. Dominion looks at the hand then slaps Evans across the face and drops down and rolls out of the ring. Evans shakes off the slap then starts celebrating with the belt as the crowd cheers.

Winner: Jack Evans (19:26)

Notes: **

OA: 68 CR: 61 MQ: 76

Patterson: “What a brutal match between those two men! They put their bodies on the line to be the champion and only Evans was able to come out on top.”

Guppie: “And did you see Dominion disrespect Evans after the match. Those two put it all on the line and Evans respected Dominion after the match but Dominion was bitter that Evans has him two to one in their one on one matches.”

Patterson: “Folks check out smwawrestling.com for info on upcoming shows and info on all your favorite wrestlers. This has been a hell of a show! For Brian Guppie, I’m Mike Patterson thanks for watching the show.”

Overall: 54

The Midwest Invitational & The SMWA Championship

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October 27, 2004

The Midwest Invitational will be taking place at the end of November and beginning of December. This is a chance for eight wrestlers to show what they have in the ring and impress the management. Here is a list of the eight competitors signed to compete. Both shows will take place in the Kalamazoo High School Gym the official home of the SMWA.

Danny Daniels - Winner of the Ted Petty Invitational and a force in IWA:MS Daniels has a chance to show what he has here in the SMWA.

Nate Webb - Webb has been here in the SMWA occasionally but now he really gets a chance to shine.

“The Real” N8 Mattson - Amazing N8 has changed his name and hopefully his luck as he enters the tournament.

Kamikaze Kid - Bad luck has trailed this competitor and he’s looking to finally get some wins under his belt here in the SMWA.

Petey Williams - He’s shown up in the SMWA once but now he’s ready for something more permanent and he’s got a platform to impress the management.

Sedrick Strong - A competitor in the Super 8 tournament last year Strong is looking to get on some solid ground here in the SMWA.

Matt Sydal - A standout in NWA:Wildside and a budding indy talent Matt is getting a big chance here in the SMWA.

Cade Sydal - More well known on the east coast Cade is getting a chance to prove his skill here in the midwest and make an impression.

Jack Evans has parted ways with the SMWA. Evans has decided to pursue is career in Ring of Honor and other larger promotions. Evans left amicably and the SMWA Championship has been vacated. There will be a four way match on the first night of the tournament. Already signed to be in that match are Chance Beckett and Jimmy Jacobs.

The Midwest Invitational Card

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November 7, 2004

Day I Card

Danny Daniels vs. Kamikaze Kid (Match 1)

Petey Williams vs. Matt Sydal (Match 2)

Nate Webb vs. “The Real” N8 Mattson (Match 3)

Sedrick Strong vs. Cade Sydal (Match 4)

The first round matches are going to set the stage for the tone of the event and the tournament is looking to impress.

Chris Divine vs. Angeldust

Chris Divine is coming to the SMWA without Quiet Storm this night. He’s going up against Angeldust one half of the tag team that he and Storm beat last month.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Chance Beckett vs. Halo vs. M-Dogg 20 (SMWA Championship)

Indy superstar M-Dogg 20 is making his SMWA debut in this match and he’s already making a splash. Halo is fairly new to the SMWA but his skills have impressed and earned him a shot at the title. Jacobs had a shot at the title while Dominion was champion but failed to win and hopes to change his luck this time. Beckett lost to Evans last month but he can turn that around this time and become the champion.

Day II Card

Match 1 vs. Match 2

Match 3 vs. Match 4

The Semi-Finals of the tournament will open up the show.

Johnny Spade vs. Angeldust

The Coalition continues their war against Special K in this match and are looking to really gain an advantage.

Divine Storm vs. Slim J & Deranged

Divine Storm takes on a different Special K team this time and are looking for the same success as last time.

Johnny Storm vs. SMWA Champion

Johnny Storm makes his debut against the SMWA Champion. Storm is known around the world and is considered one of the best high flyers to come out of Britain and he’s getting a chance to prove that as he’s getting a title shot in his first appearance in the SMWA.

I have it in the gym because the only other indy fed in Michigan I've ever seen always runs places like that or rec centers. I was just going with the high school because they usually have decent enough gyms. I'd like to have more matches but I am on 4.0 and if I had anymore I probably wouldn't make any money.

If by interact in promos you mean storylines then I'm starting to bring those in on the newer shows so we'll see what I can do.

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November 30, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to our first double shot weekend! I’m Mike Patterson and alongside me is Brian Guppie. We have two great nights of action set up for you guys. Tonight we see the first round of the Midwest Invitational Tournament. This tournament should provide some great action for you fans. These guys are all young and hungry and this tournament is going to move somebody up in the rankings.”

Guppie: “Winning this tournament is a great way to move up the card and prove that you are main event caliber and worthy of a title shot.”

Patterson: “Speaking of the title, Jack Evans has left the company and obviously has been stripped of the title so tonight we have a four way match for the championship as Jimmy Jacobs, Chance Beckett, Halo and M-Dogg 20 fight for the belt.”

Guppie: “That should be a great match. Beckett and Jacobs have proven their skill here in the SMWA and Halo has been impressive in his short time here. M-Dogg 20 is a big name in the independent scene and he’s got some impressive wins which earned him a match here.”

Patterson: “We also have Chris Divine taking on Angeldust one on one. Quiet Storm is just coming back from a tour in Michinoku-Pro wrestling and he’ll be ready to wrestle tomorrow so tonight Divine competes in singles action.”

Guppie: “And we kick things off with Danny Daniels against Kamikaze Kid in the first match of the Midwest Invitational Tournament.”

Segment 1: Danny Daniels

Danny Daniels walks out from the back and the crowd starts booing him already. Daniels rolls into the ring then takes the mic from the ring announcer.

Daniels: “Let’s get one thing straight. I don’t like you fucking fans and I don’t care if you like me either. Last month I wanted some respect and I beat some respect into that chump Vito Thomaselli. That win helped get me a spot in this Midwest Invitational Tournament. I don’t know what I get for winning this tournament but I won the Ted Petty Invitational which actually means something. I’m sure I can go through this list of losers to get to the finals and win this tournament. It may not help my name in the indy scene but it will help this pathetic tournament and it will get me some respect here in this federation. My opponent tonight is the underwhelming Kamikaze Kid. I am a former IWA Mid-South Champion and Kid is a no-talent hack. I don’t know if all of my tournament matches are going to be this easy but if they are this is going to be no sweat. Kid you should do yourself a favor by coming out to this ring and laying down in the middle of the ring and letting me pin you to save yourself a lot of pain and energy.”

OA: 40

Patterson: “Daniels is new to the SMWA but he already has the fans hating him and that’s impressive.”

Guppie: “Not considering he’s a giant asshole. However he does have a point about his match with Kamikaze Kid. Kid has had some good matches but he has yet to win a single match here in the SMWA. Some see this tournament as his chance to change his luck but I think it’s just another loss waiting to happen.”

Segment 2: Danny Daniels vs. Kamikaze Kid

The match starts off very intense as the two men start trading punches in the ring and the brawl quickly spills to the outside and the two men just beat each other around the ring with neither man gaining an advantage. Daniels manages to send Kid face first into the ring post then whips him into the guardrail. Daniels delivers a couple of quick stomps to Kid’s back then picks him up and runs him back first into the ring post before rolling him into the ring. Daniels rolls in and hits a backbreaker on Kid then locks in a boston crab. Kid is in pain but slowly manages to crawl to the ropes and break the hold. Daniels pulls Kid up to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Daniels goes for a backbody drop but Kid sees it coming and grabs Daniels and drills him with a tornado DDT. Kid goes on the offensive until Daniels ducks a punch and grabs him in a rear waistlock and nails a german suplex. Kid clutches at his back and Daniels pulls him into the middle of the ring and locks in the boston crab again and really pulls back and Kid taps out quickly.

Winner: Danny Daniels (9:31)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 53 CR: 24 MQ: 83

Patterson: “Daniels put on quite a showing in that match. He really took it to Kid. He targeted the back and weakened it until Kid was out of it.”

Guppie: “That’s what Daniels does best. A lot of the wrestlers know you have to target a body part and take it out to get a win.”

Patterson: “In the next tournament match Petey Williams takes on Matt Sydal. Williams has a few matches under his belt here in the SMWA with mixed results. Matt has had only one match and he came out on the losing end when Cade Sydal beat him with some dirty tactics.”

Guppie: “It really doesn’t matter who wins this match because they have to face Danny Daniels tomorrow in the second round and that’s a sure loss for either one of these guys.”

Segment 3: Petey Williams vs. Matt Sydal

These guys start the action off quickly with an exchange of arm drags and the like before going into a chain wrestling sequence on the mat. Williams gains a short advantage before Sydal ducks a punch then goes behind Williams with a german suplex. Sydal takes control of the match at that point and just works Williams over before hitting a 450 splash to get the three count.

Winner: Matt Sydal (6:28)

Notes: Dud

OA: 43 CR: 23 MQ: 63

Patterson: “Matt Sydal really dominated that match right there. He went after Williams and took him down quickly.”

Guppie: “And Daniels is going to take him down just as quickly in the next round of the tournament. Sydal better be getting ready.”

Patterson: “Whatever you say Brian. Up next Nate Webb takes on ‘The Real’ N8 Mattson. Both of these men have fairly weak records in the SMWA but tonight is their chance to turn things around.”

Guppie: “Mattson has changed his name and I think this is going to be a more serious side of him and he’s going to go to the finals only to lose to Danny Daniels.”

Segment 4: Nate Webb vs. “The Real” N8 Mattson

Webb starts the match off taking the action right to Mattson with some big forearms. Mattson avoids some strikes then takes Webb down to the mat and works him over but Webb manages to escape from the mat and get back to his feet. The two men face off and lockup. Mattson takes advantage with a hammerlock then takes Webb down with a bulldog. Mattson keeps the action on the mat for a short time before Webb nails him with a brutal back elbow to the face and Mattson staggers off grabbing his face and Webb goes to work nailing Mattson with some more brutal strikes. Mattson absorbs the punishment and Webb gets several near falls but Mattson regroups himself and nails Webb with a spinning heel kick after being whipped into the ropes. Mattson goes on a tear nailing Webb with a series of suplexes. Mattson nails a big brainbuster on Webb then climbs up to the top rope and hits a big legdrop on Webb and covers him for the three count.

Winner: N8 Mattson (8:12)

Notes: 1/2*

OA: 45 CR: 21 MQ: 69

Patterson: “That match went back and forth before Mattson finally managed to get the win.”

Guppie: “Mattson is showing a more aggressive side and that’s going to get him to the finals but I don’t know if he can overcome Danny Daniels.”

Patterson: “I wouldn’t overlook Matt Sydal’s abilities and place in the tournament against Danny Daniels. I wouldn’t dismiss either of the guys in the next match either. Sedrick Strong competed in the 2003 Super Eight Tournament. Cade Sydal is an east coast guy and we saw last month he knows how to get wins.”

Guppie: “That’s right he showed Matt Sydal that wins don’t have to be pretty to count.”

Patterson: “He cheated to win that match Brian! Anyway, let’s get to the action.”

Segment 5: Sedrick Strong vs. Cade Sydal

The two men lockup to start off the match and Strong takes control and takes Sydal down to the mat and gets a front facelock on Sydal. Strong picks Sydal up and goes for a suplex but Sydal reverses it bringing Strong down to the mat with a DDT. Sydal takes control of the match and works Strong over. Sydal climbs up to the top rope after hitting a powerbomb and goes for a moonsault but Strong rolls out of the way. Both men get to their feet and Strong starts to take control of the match. Strong hits some blistering forearms on Sydal then takes him to the mat and starts working his neck. Sydal escapes the holds and bounces off the ropes but Strong catches him and drops him with a Michinoku driver for the three count.

Winner: Sedrick Strong (8:47)

Notes: ½*

OA: 43 CR: 15 MQ: 71

Patterson: “What a back and forth match between those two. Sedrick Strong barely manages to pick up the win with a nice michinoku driver on Sydal.”

Guppie: “Strong has been here a couple of times before and put in some pretty pathetic attempts at victory and to be honest I didn’t think he had what it takes to win a match. He’s going to have a tougher match when he has to face Mattson in the next round though.”

Patterson: “If you say so Brian. Our next match features Chris Divine going out on his own as he takes on Angeldust from Special K. Quiet Storm is just coming off a tour with Michinoku Pro and couldn’t be here tonight but he’ll be here tomorrow.”

Guppie: “Chris Divine is going to be out of his element. Angeldust has mainly been in tag team action here in the SMWA but he’s got experience as a singles wrestler in other federations and that’s going to give him the edge here tonight.”

Segment 6:Chris Divine vs. Angeldust

Angeldust starts the match off by nailing Divine with a big leg lariat and keeps right on Divine nailing him with kicks whenever he gets to his feet. Angeldust hits a dropkick on Divine and Divine decides to roll out of the ring. Angeldust charges and hits him with a suicide dive. Angeldust rolls Divine into the ring and follows him but Divine recovers and takes control of the match with a more power based style that really rocks Angeldust. Divine nails Angeldust with a big dragon suplex then covers him and gets a two count before Angeldust gets a foot on the ropes. Divine picks Angeldust and whips him into the corner but Angeldust climbs up the ropes then comes off with a twisting senton that takes Divine down. Angeldust takes control of the match at that point and starts working Divine over. Angeldust goes to the apron as Divine staggers to his feet and springboards in with a flipping ace crusher on Divine and covers him for the three count.

Winner: Angeldust (10:33)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 59 CR: 41 MQ: 77

Segment 7: Redemption

Chance Beckett comes out accompanied by gothic music and a darkened arena. Beckett grabs the mic and rolls into the ring and the lights come back in.

Beckett: “Last month I suffered the worst defeat of my life. Sure Jack Evans is a talented wrestler but I blew my biggest opportunity. I lost a match with the SMWA Championship on the line. I blew my first chance at the championship and I thought that it would be a long time before I got another shot. But it seems destiny has another plan for me. Jack Evans packs it up and heads for federations with easier competition and I’m named as one of the four men to compete for the SMWA Championship here tonight. This is a fortuitous turn of events for me. Just last month it appeared that I had fouled my path to greatness but tonight that has changed. Tonight another path has appeared in my torturous road to the top. One that offers a passage to the top right now. This is a passage that is fraught with difficulty but it is a shorter path. Jimmy Jacobs, M-Dogg 20 and Halo are all tough competitors. They are my obstacles in this road to the top and they are the things that stand in my way of domination. However they are not insurmountable obstacles and my incentive to victory is one they can not understand. None of you people can understand what drives me to win but tonight I will win and the thing that drives me will be revealed so that you fans can tremble and bow before me!”

OA: 73

Patterson: “Chance Beckett is a great competitor but recently he seems to be losing his grip on reality.”

Guppie: “I don’t know what’s going on in this kids head but in the ring he is second to none. Tonight though it isn’t one on one it is a four way match and that changes all kinds of elements in the match.”

Patterson: “This isn’t going to be easy for any of the men in the ring. M-Dogg 20 is making his debut here in the SMWA and his reputation proceeds him and has gotten him into this match. Halo has only been in the SMWA for a short time but his work has been very impressive. Jacobs has been here since the beginning and his work has been great and he’s definitely earned his spot here.”

Guppie: “Not to mention his big win in the triple threat match at Motorcity Madness where he beat Jimmy Yang and Chris Sabin two huge names in the wrestling business.”

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs vs. Chance Beckett vs. M-Dogg 20 vs. Halo

Jacobs and Halo start this match off and Halo takes it to the ground and controls Jacobs early. Jacobs manages to get off the mat long enough to nail Halo with a big forearm then backs up and drills him with a big mafia kick and tags out to Beckett. Beckett comes in and the two men start trading brutal forearms and chops and neither man is giving an inch. Beckett decides to give up on that and nails Halo with a kick to the junk then drops him with a DDT. Beckett picks Halo up and snapmares him over and delivers a kick square in Halo’s back. Beckett goes for the cover and barely gets a two count.

Beckett gets up and tags M-Dogg 20 in. M-Dogg 20 comes in and starts working the right leg of Halo but can’t lock any real submissions on Halo as he manages to counter his way out of the holds. M-Dogg 20 grabs Halo in a rear waistlock but Halo reverses it and goes behind to M-Dogg 20 with a german suplex. M-Dogg 20 rolls over and tags in Jacobs who comes in and starts putting the boots to Halo stopping him from making the tag. Jacobs works Halo over and goes for the contra code but Beckett nails him with a forearm as he comes to the corner and Halo hits Jacobs with a saido suplex that drops Jacobs on his head.

Beckett comes in with forearm being considered a blind tag and clotheslines Halo on the back. Beckett hits Halo with several suplexes that drop him on his head then goes for the wrist clutch exploder but M-Dogg 20 comes in and hits Beckett with several forearms to the back of the head to break up the move. Beckett goes over and tags M-Dogg 20 in with a stiff slap across the face. M-Dogg 20 comes in and stares at Beckett and Halo grabs him from behind and takes him down into an STF. Danielson breaks the hold then staggers to make a tag to Jacobs. Jacobs comes into the ring energized and takes M-Dogg 20 out with a leg lariat. Beckett gets in the ring and Jacobs fights both men off knocking them both out of the ring with dropkicks. Halo recovers and gets back in the ring and hits Jacobs with a bridging dragon suplex for a two count.

M-Dogg 20 comes into the ring and hits Halo with a springboard dropkick as he gets to his feet. M-Dogg 20 climbs to the top rope for a big splash but Jacobs climbs up and nails him some several forearms then hits a hurrincanranna. Beckett slides into the ring to break the count up at two then pulls Jacobs up and drops him with a stiff powerbomb. Halo breaks up the count and goes for a suplex on Beckett but Beckett blocks it and delivers a couple of forearms to the side of Halo’s head then grabs him and nails the wrist clutch exploder. Beckett covers Halo but Jacobs and M-Dogg 20 manage to break up the cover in time. Jacobs grabs M-Dogg 20 and Beckett and runs both of them up the ropes and hits both men withe Contra Code. Jacobs covers Beckett and gets a three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (23:51)

Notes: **

OA: 63 CR: 48 MQ: 77

Patterson: “And Jimmy Jacobs is our new SMWA Champion coming out of an insane four way match.”

Guppie: “That finish was insane. All four of those men were hitting their finishers and it’s amazing that match lasted as long as it did with the way those four were wrestling.”

Patterson: “I hope you fans are coming back tomorrow to see the finals of the Midwest Invitational Tournament and see Johnny Storm challenge Jimmy Jacobs for the SMWA Championship.”

Overall: 53

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December 1, 2004

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to the second night of the Midwest Invitational Tournament! We’ve got another great show lined up for you fans here tonight. In our main event Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Johnny Storm.”

Guppie: “We also have Divine Storm taking on the team of Slim J and Deranged. Angeldust will be in singles action against Johnny Spade.”

Patterson: “And of course we have the semis and finals for the tournament. N8 Mattson takes on Sedrick Strong and in our first match of the night Danny Daniels faces off against Matt Sydal.”

Guppie: “Daniels is my pick to go all the way in this tournament so of course he’s going to defeat Matt Sydal here in this match. Daniels truly has the makings of a star and he’s going to prove that tonight.”

Patterson: “We’ll see about that. Matt Sydal is an awesome high flyer and one of the fastest guys I’ve ever seen in the ring.”

Segment 1: Danny Daniels vs. Matt Sydal

The match starts off with Daniels taking Sydal to the mat and grounding him. Daniels works the back of Sydal early on with some nice stretches. Daniels whips Sydal into the ropes and hits him with a nice tilt-a-whirl backbreaker then bends him over his knee looking for a submission but Sydal won’t tap and Daniels has to break the hold. Daniels whips Sydal into the ropes and goes for another backbreaker but Sydal turns it into a spinning DDT. Sydal goes on an offensive spree hitting some fast paced moves but can’t capitalize at the end because of the damage to his back.

Both men slowly get to their feet and Daniels starts pounding away on Sydal with some stiff strikes. Daniels backs Sydal into the corner but Sydal ducks out of the way of a chop and spins Daniels into the corner and unleashes a flurry of kicks then sets Daniels on the top rope. Sydal climbs up and hits Daniels with a big hurrincanranna. Sydal crawls over and makes a cover for a long two count. Daniels gets to his feet and blocks a punch from Sydal then kicks him in the gut and goes for a piledriver but Sydal reverses it with a backbody drop. Sydal goes up to the top rope and as Daniels gets to his feet jumps off and nails him with a dragonranna for the three count.

Winner: Matt Sydal (12:31)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 53 CR: 27 MQ: 79

Patterson: “It looks like your pick Danny Daniels has been eliminated from the tournament as Matt Sydal is advancing to the finals.”

Guppie: “There has to be some kind of mistake. Matt Sydal can’t even compare to Daniels in the ring. This is a travesty and I’m going to make sure that Daniels gets some kind of revenge.”

Patterson: “But whatever that is it won’t get him back into the tournament. Next we’ll find out who’s going to face off against Matt Sydal as N8 Mattson takes on Sedrick Strong.”

Guppie: “Daniels may be out but I’m standing by my pick that Mattson will make it to the finals. Although now he’s going to win the whole thing.”

Patterson: “Don’t write Sedrick off though he’s a tough competitor and he was invited to the Super eight Tournament.”

Guppie: “How did he do in that tournament?”

Patterson: “He lost to Chance Beckett in the first round.”

Guppie: “Well he’s already done much better than that in this tournament.”

Segment 2: N8 Mattson vs. Sedrick Strong

The two men lock up in the middle of the ring and go through an extended mat wrestling sequence with picture perfect transitions. They do a quick series of pinfall exchanges that get short one counts then face off to applause from the crowd. Strong goes for another lock up but Mattson nails him with a kick to the stomach. Mattson starts pounding on Strong with some big forearms. Mattson takes control of the match for a short time before Strong counters with a nice drop toe hold and goes right into an STF. Mattson manages to grab the ropes and break the hold but Strong continues to hold the advantage and takes it right to Mattson. Strong takes Mattson down with a side russian leg sweep then grabs his left arm between his legs and clutches his right arm and head. Mattson somehow manages to break the hold and gets up to his feet working his neck.

Strong rushes in to take advantage again but Mattson sees him coming and dumps him to the outside with a backbody drop. Mattson slides to the outside and starts brawling with Strong using the guardrail and the ringpost to do additional damage. Mattson stuns Strong with a brainbuster on the outside then rolls his limp body into the ring. Mattson goes for the cover and Strong barely manages to get an arm up before the three count. Mattson picks Strong up and drops him with a piledriver then climbs up to the top rope and hits a big legdrop on Strong and hooks the leg for the three count.

Winner: N8 Mattson (12:41)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 53 CR: 23 MQ: 83

Patterson: “It seems this pick was right Brian. N8 Mattson and Matt Sydal will face off in the finals to determine who the winner of the Midwest Invitational is.”

Guppie: “I can only see good things for Mattson in the future. Strong didn’t do too bad in the ring considering who he had to face.”

Patterson: “Our next match has Angeldust competing against Johnny Spade. This is another battle in the Coalition’s war against Special K. The Coalition has been losing steam not only because of their poor record against Special K but Alex Shelley and Vito Thomaselli aren’t here for the Midwest Invitational Tournament. Spade and Halo were split up on the two nights as well.”

Guppie: “I don’t like these Special K kids but they do have big advantages in the matches although Shelley did beat Deranged at Motorcity Madness but Slim J also picked up a win over Halo. However Slim J hasn’t been here recently either and that’s got to be hurting the morale of Special K not having their leader around.”

Patterson: “As long as those guys can find a rave to go to they are happy Brian. Nothing else matters to them.”

Segment 3: In Spades

Johnny Spade walks down the ramp and grabs the mic from the announcer then rolls into the ring.

Spade: “I know that in the Coalition’s battle against Special K I’ve been in the background of things. People probably think of me as Halo’s partner. Halo is a great guy but I’m more than just his partner. We are both wrestlers and I’m just as much a part of that team and the Coalition as he is. Tonight I take on Angeldust one on one. Angeldust got a win last night but tonight is going to be a different story. I may have come in the SMWA as Halo’s partner but I’m more experienced as a singles wrestler. Angeldust isn’t catching me out of my element like he did Chris Divine last night. Angeldust I’ve seen you in action and you don’t impress me. I’ve got your number boy and tonight I’m punching it!”

OA: 48

Segment 4: Johnny Spade vs. Angeldust

Angeldust takes control of the match early on by keeping Spade off his feet. Spade fights back with some strikes and frees himself from Angeldust’s attacks. Angeldust rolls onto the apron after taking a forearm then goes for a springboard dropkick but Spade sees it coming and dodges the attack then drops an elbow as Angeldust hits the mat and gets a two count. Spade takes control of the match at that point and works Angeldust over. Spade hits Angeldust with a high belly to back suplex then climbs up to the top rope and hits a swanton bomb then covers Angeldust for the three count.

Winner: Johnny Spade (7:22)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 56 CR: 38 MQ: 74

Patterson: “The Coalition gains another singles win over the Special K team. Spade looked impressive in that match. Angeldust made a mistake and Spade took control of the match and ran it from that point.”

Guppie: “Spade looked really good in the ring and he’s looked really good for a while. He’s only been here for about three months and he’s already shown a lot talent.”

Patterson: “That’s right. Special K faces off against Divine Storm next. Divine Storm beat Deranged and Angeldust in their first appearance but tonight they face the team of Deranged and Slim J. Slim J has had more success than any of the other Special K members and brings more intensity to the team.”

Guppie: “Divine Storm really seem to have the special edge when it comes to facing Special K and hopefully they can keep that here tonight.”

Segment 5: Divine Storm vs. Deranged & Slim J

Quiet Storm and Slim J start off in the ring and go through a fast paced chain wrestling sequence and neither man is able to get an advantage. They both get up and tag in their partners. Deranged and Divine go through a fast paced exchange of maneuvers until they both go for an armdrag and then kip up to their feet and face off as the crowd applauds them. Divine offers his hand and Deranged kicks his hand then spins around and nails a kick to the side of Divine’s head. Divine shakes it off and flattens Deranged with a big clothesline to the delight of the crowd. Divine gets cocky though and Deranged starts a comeback fueled by his quick kicks then takes Divine to his corner and takes in Slim J. The two Special K members keep Divine isolated and work him over. Divine manages to break free with some well placed forearms and makes a tag to Storm. Storm comes into the ring on fire and knocks Deranged and Slim J around with stiff strikes that send both men to the floor. Storm and Divine make stereo planchas on the Special K members.

Storm takes Deranged back into the ring and puts him in the corner then starts lighting him up with some brutal chops. Storm continues to just beat Deranged senseless then goes for the storm cradle driver but Deranged manages to break the hold and turn it into a roll up for a two count. Storm kicks out and Deranged makes a tag to Slim J who tries to come in with a crossbody block but Storm catches him and drops him with a backbreaker and leaves him over his knee as Divine comes in with a legdrop over Slim J’s throat bending him over Storm’s knee. Storm picks Slim J up and folds him in half with the storm cradle driver to get the three count.

Winner: Divine Storm (14:38)

Notes: **3/4

OA: 67 CR: 47 MQ: 87

Patterson: “Divine Storm continues their winning streak against the Special K teams with that impressive victory.”

Guppie: “Special K had a few strong moments but once Storm was tagged in it was all Divine Storm and they got the job done.”

Patterson: “Our next match is the finals of the Midwest Invitation Tournament. N8 Mattson takes on Matt Sydal. This should be an impressive match. Both men have had time to rest up and they should be coming in fresh.”

Guppie: “I still think Danny Daniels should have been here in the finals but of these two men I’m seeing N8 Mattson getting the win and showing these fans that he is the real deal.”

Segment 6: N8 Mattson vs. Matt Sydal

These two start the match off with a nice set of technical wrestling focused on the arm and neither man manages to stay in control of a hold for long but they keep the crowd applauding their work. Mattson gets frustrated first and delivers a series of kicks to Sydal’s legs then throws him over the top rope to the outside. Mattson goes to the ropes then launches himself over the top with a crossbody block that takes Sydal down to the ground. Mattson brawls with Sydal down on the ground then sends Sydal face first into the ringpost. Mattson grabs a chair from the crowd and goes to hit Sydal but the ref grabs the chair and stops him. Sydal takes the time to recover then shoves Mattson into the guardrail then hits him with a belly to back suplex on the outside. Sydal takes Mattson back into the ring then climbs up the ropes and hits Mattson with a missile dropkick.

Sydal climbs right up the ropes again and goes for a flying knee drop but Mattson moves out of the way and Sydal grabs his leg. Mattson senses blood and delivers several quick stomps to the leg of Sydal then goes into a leglock. Sydal makes his way to the ropes and breaks the hold. Sydal starts to get short offensive spurts the Mattson cuts short with attacks to the knee. Mattson manages to hit Sydal with a shin breaker then goes right into a figure four leglock but Sydal is able to slowly turn the hold over and counter it forcing Mattson to break the hold. Sydal follows up with a tornado DDT then climbs up to the top rope but Mattson hits the ropes and racks him up. Mattson goes over and hits Sydal with an iconoclasm and hooks the leg to get the three count.

Winner: N8 Mattson (15:22)

Notes: **1/4

OA: 58 CR: 31 MQ: 86

Guppie: “I told you Mattson was going to win the tournament Mike!”

Patterson: “Mattson and Sydal went hold for hold in that match and an impressive display of wrestling that was.”

Guppie: “I was surprised by how well Sydal did but in the end it was all about Mattson. He worked the leg over to slow Sydal down then finished him off with the iconoclasm.”

Patterson: “Mattson had a poor record here before this tournament and he has really turned his career around. Our main event is next as the new SMWA Champion Jimmy Jacobs defends the Championship against Johnny Storm.”

Guppie: “This is going to be an exciting match I’ll tell you that right now Mike.”

Segment 7: The New Champ

Jimmy Jacobs comes out to the ring wearing the belt around his waist to a few huss cheers but more jeers. Jacobs slides into the ring then takes the mic from the announcer.

Jacobs: “I know that I have been a pretty big asshole to you fans here and I’m sorry. You guys have been great to me and this federation has given me tons of opportunities to prove myself and I have succeeded. I won this belt last night and you know it hasn’t had that great of a history. Danny Dominion held the title for a couple of months and wrestled Jack Evans in half of his title defenses. Then Evans wins the Championship defends it twice than leaves. Well that crap is done with. I want to defend this belt against the best there is and I don’t want to fight the same people over and over again. Tonight I face Johnny Storm and next month if I’m still the champion I’ll face somebody different and the month after that it will be a different competitor. This championship is about competition and there is too much good talent in the back room for a couple of guys to be dominating the title scene all the time. Tonight is a new beginning for me and the SMWA Chamionship. Huss! Huss! Huss!”

Jacobs drops the mic and raises the belt over his head to a loud huss chant.

OA: 46

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs© vs. Johnny Storm (SMWA Championship)

Jacobs and Storm start this match up with a lockup and Jacobs takes control turning it into a hammerlock but the two men go back and forth with control getting various arm holds before Storm hits an armdrag on Jacobs then nails him with a dropkick as he gets to his feet and the pace of the match goes up as the two men go through a fast exchange of moves with neither man able to gain control until Jacobs hits a big furry boot on Storm and both men are down as the crowd applauds loudly. Jacobs gets up first but Storm is right after him and the two men start trading strikes. Jacobs blocks a punch from Storm then whips him into the ropes and follows right after with a clothesline that sends him over the ropes and to the outside. Jacobs climbs up to the top rope and leaps onto Storm with a crossbody block.

Jacobs takes Storm back into the ring and works him over. Jacobs nails the suicide solution then covers Storm and gets a two count. Jacobs is stunned and argues with the ref giving Storm time to recover. Storm grabs Jacobs from behind and hits him with a release german suplex and gains the momentum as he starts working Jacobs over looking for a finish. Storm hits Jacobs with a swinging neckbreaker then climbs up to the top rope. Jacobs slowly gets to his feet and Storm jumps off with a blockbuster and gets a two count. Storm can’t believe Jacobs kicked out and goes back to the top rope for another blockbuster but Jacobs gets to his feet then hits the ropes racking Storm up. Jacobs climbs up the ropes and hits Storm with a hurrincanranna off the top. Jacobs pulls Storm to his feet then hits him with the contra code and covers Storm for the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (16:51)

Notes: **

OA: 62 CR: 43 MQ: 82

Patterson: “Jimmy Jacobs has successfully defended the SMWA Championship and it looks like he’s turning over a new leaf here as he’s no longer raging at the fans but embracing them.”

Guppie: “Jacobs is just getting soft with all the success. But what a way to end these two nights of great action here in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “That’s right Brian! Be sure to check out smwawrestling.com for info on the new year in the SMWA and the next show we have coming up.”

Overall: 56

The New Year at the Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance

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January 1, 2005

Pro Wrestling Illustrated released their top 100 list of workers for 2004 this week and Chance Beckett took 52nd place. Beckett is the only SMWA wrestler to have earned a spot on the list. His match against Alex Shelley was an honorable mention in the top ten matches of 2004. Look for Beckett moving up the list next year and having several more SMWA wrestlers on the list as we are kicking the action up a notch and the wrestlers are getting more into the swing of things.

Congratulations to “The Real” N8 Mattson on winning the first annual Midwest Invitational Tournament. The Tournament started a little slow but the semis and finals went over very well and we are going to be hosting another tournament this year at the same time.

Our next show is taking place on January 15 and we’ll be back in the Detroit Masonic Lodge for this show. Jimmy Jacobs will be defending the SMWA Championship at the show. Chance Beckett, Danny Daniels and N8 Mattson will be at the show. Chris Copeland, Josh Daniels and John Walters will all be making their SMWA debuts at the show as well. The show is being called The Return.

Card for The Return

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January 6, 2005

Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Chris Sabin (SMWA Championship)

A rematch from the first ever SMWA Championship although Jacobs is coming in with the advantage as he is the champion and he beat Sabin in a triple threat match earlier in the SMWA. Sabin is making his return to the SMWA after that lose and a run with the X-Division Title in NWA:TNA and you know Sabin is going to want to replace that missing X-Division Title but the question is whether he can do that or not.

Chance Beckett vs. Halo

Two of the men from the fatal four way match to crown the new SMWA Championship face off to determine who the number one contender is and who will get the next shot at the title. Beckett is saying his destiny is to win the match and gain the SMWA Championship but he’s said that several times before and failed to capitalize.

N8 Mattson vs. Quiet Storm

Storm is competing solo tonight against the winner of the Midwest Invitational Tournament. Both of these men have been doing well recently and a win can really get them close to a title shot.

Danny Daniels vs. Chris Copeland

Copeland is a high flyer who has made a reputation for himself on the West Coast and he’s coming here to show his talents off against tough guy Danny Daniels.

John Walters vs. Josh Daniels

Two of the most talented technical wrestlers will face off in this match.

Vito Thomaselli vs. Cade Sydal

Vito wasn’t invited to the Midwest Invitation Tournament and he wants to prove that was a mistake when he takes on Cade Sydal.

Here's the second half of the double shot. The next show will be posted Thursday and then after that we get to the new stuff. Yeah!

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15, 2005

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to the first SMWA show of the new year! I’m Mike Patterson and alongside me as always is Brian Guppie. We’ve got a killer show lined up here tonight. Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Chris Sabin in the main event.”

Guppie: “We also have Chance Beckett taking on Halo for a shot at the championship next month. We also have N8 Mattson taking on Quiet Storm after winning the Midwest Invitational Tournament.”

Patterson: “We also have Danny Daniels taking on Chris Copeland who’s making his debut here. Copeland is fairly well known on the west coast as a flyer and now we have him here making his way East. John Walters and Josh Daniels will face off as well. These two men are known for their technical wrestling and that should be a wrestling clinic.”

Guppie: “In our opening match Vito Thomaselli takes on Cade Sydal. Thomaselli wants to show he should have been in the Midwest Invitational and he takes on one of the participants Cade Sydal.”

Patterson: “And Sydal wants to prove that his loss in the first round was just a fluke and that he can go in the ring. These men both need a win here especially Thomaselli.”

Segment 1: Vito Thomaselli vs. Cade Sydal

These two started the match off with a very impressive sequence of chain wrestling that saw both men really take some damage to their arms before they both finally broke it off and got some applause from the crowd. Sydal came in slowly for another lockup but Thomaselli went right towards the left arm of Sydal that had just been worked and went to town on it. Sydal barely managed to escape a cross armbreaker then rolled to the outside to recover. Thomaselli follows him out and charges but Sydal sees it coming and delivers a drop toe hold that sends Thomaselli into the ringpost face first. Sydal picks Thomaselli up and whips him into the guardrail and follows that up with a vertical suplex on the outside. Sydal takes Thomaselli back into the ring and rolls in afterwards but Thomaselli recovers and hits Sydal with a dropkick to the left arm and Sydal grabs it in pain. Thomaselli goes for a spinning heel kick that takes Sydal down and Thomaselli goes straight into a cross armbreaker and straightens the arm and Sydal wastes no time in tapping out.

Winner: Vito Thomaselli (9:11)

Notes: **1/4

OA: 57 CR: 26 MQ: 89

Patterson: “Thomaselli really went into that match with some killer instinct that we haven’t seen from him before. He went after the arm of Sydal and damaged it before finishing him with the cross armbreaker.”

Guppie: “He also shook off some damage that he took on the outside to just come right back on Sydal and finish him off.”

Patterson: “Our next match pits John Walters against Josh Daniels. These are two of the preeminent technicians in the business today so this should be an interesting match.”

Guppie: “John Walters really made a name for himself last year and I want to see what he’s got here live.”

Segment 2: John Walters vs. Josh Daniels

The two men fumble through a chain wrestling sequence that see the men going for every different body part and draws boos from the crowd. Walters gets frustrated and delivers a few stiff forearms to Daniels and the match breaks down into a brawl and the two men go outside the ring and brawl around. Walters stops that with a nice belly to back suplex on the outside before he takes Daniels back into the ring. Walters follows up with a backbreaker then puts Daniels in a bow and arrow to get the submission.

Winner: John Walters (6:42)

Notes: Dud

OA: 40 CR: 15 MQ: 65

Patterson: “Both of those men really seemed off their game tonight. They just didn’t look like their normal selves.”

Guppie: “The crowd wasn’t happy with them and they let them know about it throughout that match.”

Patterson: “Up next Danny Daniels takes on West Coast High Flyer Chris Copeland. Daniels is a big mat wrestler so he’s going to try and ground Copeland but if Copeland can keep the match going fast he might be able to tire Daniels out.”

Guppie: “Daniels can wrestle however he wants Mike. Copeland is going to have to watch out because Daniels is dangerous no matter how he wrestles.”

Segment 3: Danny Daniels vs. Chris Copeland

Copeland looks to get the match going with a fast pace but Daniels puts a stop to that when he blocks an armdrag attempt and turns it into a backbreaker. Daniels slows the match down and works the neck of Copeland. Copeland tries to fight back but Daniels nails him with stiff strikes to keep him down and on the defensive. Daniels tries to end the match with a piledriver but Copeland reverses it with a backbody drop then gathers steam as he makes a big comeback and has Daniels reeling big time. Daniels regroups when he counters a hurrincanranna with a big powerbomb. Copeland staggers to his feet and Daniels kicks him in the gut and drills him with a cradle piledriver for the three count.

Winner: Danny Daniels (8:39)

Notes: 3/4*

OA: 49 CR: 27 MQ: 72

Patterson: “Danny Daniels took the match down to his style and he dominated Copeland through out the match.”

Guppie: “We were telling you fans about Copeland being a high flyer and you didn’t really get to see much of that from him in this match as Daniels kept him grounded.”

Patterson: “Hopefully we’ll see more of Copeland here in the SMWA. Up next N8 Mattson, fresh off his winning the Midwest Invitation Tournament, takes on Quiet Storm. Storm and Chris Divine seem to be taking a break as a tag team and working as singles wrestlers here.”

Guppie: “Well Storm has been making some waves in Michinoku Pro where he works as a singles wrestler and he’s hoping that will translate well to the United States and we’ll see how he does here tonight against Mattson.”

Segment 4: N8 Mattson vs. Quiet Storm

A short chain wrestling sequence early on with a greco-roman knuckle lock and Mattson overpowers Storm and puts him down to the mat but Storm bridges to avoid the pin and eventually counters with a monkey flip but doesn’t break the hold. Storm flips over to be on top of Mattson and tries to pin him but Mattson breaks the hold with a knee to the groin area of Storm. Mattson takes the advantage by hitting Storm with some big suplexes then starts to work Storm over and wear him out. Mattson puts Storm in the corner and hits him with a chop but Storm shakes it off and spins Mattson into the corner and unleashes on him with a series of stiff forearms and chops then snapmares Mattson out of the corner and flips over Mattson with a neck whip. Storm takes control of the match and hits the Storm Cradle Driver but Mattson’s feet are in the ropes and breaks up the count. Storm pulls Mattson into the middle of the ring and goes for the move again but Mattson blocks it then goes behind and hits a bridging german suplex for a three count.

Winner: N8 Mattson (9:57)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 59 CR: 42 MQ: 77

Patterson: “N8 Mattson pulled out a desperation german suplex to finish Storm off in that match. Storm really lit him up with those chops and forearms. Storm is small but he is very stiff in the ring and I think that really surprised Mattson.”

Guppie: “It may have surprised him but Mattson pulled the victory out no matter what happened and who gets their arm raised at the end of the match is what is really important.”

Patterson: “Of course it is. Up next is a match for a shot at the SMWA Championship as Chance Beckett takes on Halo. Both of these men came up short in the fourway at the Midwest Invitational and they are looking for another shot at the gold.”

Guppie: “Chance Beckett is probably the best wrestler in the SMWA. Halo may be a fancy high flyer but he’s going up against one of the most technically sound wrestlers on our roster. He is in deep dogshit.”

Segment 5: Bitter Taste of Defeat

Beckett walks down to the ring and slides in then takes the mic from the announcer.

Beckett: “Too many times I have risen to the top of the card and then fallen back down to the bottom. Too many times I have failed to capitalize on my potential. This is a time for change. This is the start of a new year in the Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance and this is a time for me to turn my career around. The SMWA Championship will reside around my waist once and for all this year. Tonight I earn the shot at the title. Tonight I take on Halo. Halo had a nice showing in the fourway match but he is no match for me one on one. I am a master technician and I am going to tear Halo down and defeat him because I am simply that good. Halo won’t be able to fly if his leg won’t support his weight. He won’t be able to fly if his back his spasming in pain. He won’t be able to wrestle if his neck is all knotted up. Halo tonight is my night and I suggest you make it easy for yourself.”

OA: 68

Segment 6: Chance Beckett vs. Halo

The two men start with a collar and elbow tie up and Beckett goes behind Halo with a hammerlock. The two men go through a slick series of reversals and counters until Halo reverses a hammerlock by jumping up then flipping Beckett over with a snapmare as he comes down then delivering a stiff kick to the spin of Beckett as the crowd cheers. Halo controls the match with some fast paced offense but Beckett eventually gains the upperhand with a dropkick right to Halo’s left knee. Beckett grabs the leg and delivers several knee drops then wraps it up with a leglock. Halo uses his free leg to kick Beckett in the legs and break the hold. Halo gets to his feet and walks right into a big forearm from Beckett. Beckett picks the left leg and goes for the figure four but Halo shoves Beckett off into the ropes. Halo gets to his feet and jumps up hitting Beckett with a hurrincanranna.

Halo changes the momentum back to his favor and goes for high impact offense on Beckett but he can’t keep him down for the three count. Halo whips Beckett into the corner then nails him with a running clothesline. Halo sets Beckett on the top rope and climbs up with him. Halo goes for a superplex but Beckett blocks it then picks Halo up and delivers a sitout gourdbuster to Halo from the top rope and both men are down. Beckett is to his feet first but Halo isn’t far behind. Halo charges with a clothesline but Beckett ducks it and drop toe holds Halo and goes right into an indian deathlock but Halo is able to reach right for the ropes.

Halo pulls himself to his feet using the ropes but Beckett cuts his legs out from underneath him with a chop block. Beckett pulls Halo away from the ropes and locks in a figure four. Halo struggles against the hold and slowly turns it over and Beckett is forced to break it up. Beckett pulls Halo to his feet and delivers an ear ringing slap then picks him up and drops him with a shin breaker. Beckett goes for the figure four again but Halo rolls him up and gets a three count. Beckett storms around the ring kicking the ropes and turnbuckle before heading to the back looking pissed as Halo is still down in the ring slowly getting to his feet on his bad leg.

Winner: Halo (17:31)

Notes: **3/4

OA: 70 CR: 57 MQ: 84

Patterson: “Halo steals a victory over Chance Beckett in that match.”

Guppie: “Damn straight he did! Chance Beckett had Halo down and out. That leg was all messed up and Beckett was going to finish him off.”

Patterson: “It’s still a victory Brian and it earned Halo a match for the SMWA Championship next month. And in our main event we’ll find out who he’s going to be facing as Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Chris Sabin.”

Guppie: “This is a rematch from our first ever main event here in the SMWA and it is the first time these guys have met one on one since then although Jacobs did defeat Sabin in a triple threat at Motorcity Madness.”

Patterson: “This is going to be a great main event I will promise that.”

Segment 7: Huss! Huss!

Jacobs walks down to the ring with the belt around his waist and he comes out holding his hand and yelling huss which many in the crowd start imitating. Jacobs jumps up to the apron then struggles to step over the top rope and only gets in when the ref holds the top rope down for him.

Jacobs: “Chris Sabin is a man I fought on the first ever SMWA show. Not only the first show but it was the main event for the first ever SMWA show and ten months later we meet again. Chris beat me the first time but I gained some retribution at Motorcity Madness when I beat him and Jimmy Yang in a triple threat match. Tonight though I have something that I didn’t have the first time and that is a Championship belt. I have more reason to win tonight and I’m not going to lose this belt tonight and I’m not going to lose it to you Chris. So come out here and lets give these fans the kind of action that they want to see!”

OA: 60

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Chris Sabin (SMWA Championship)

The two men circle each other warily and then close and exchange a flurry of punches. Neither man gains an advantage and Jacobs hits Sabin with an armdrag. The two men go through a fast series of cruiserweight type moves and come up in a stalemate to applause from the crowd. The two men lock up and Sabin takes quick control with a hammerlock but Jacobs reverses out of it and hits Sabin with a belly to back suplex. Jacobs takes control of the match and works Sabin over and attempts to wear him out. Jacobs eventually takes Sabin down into a rear chinlock but Sabin starts to recover as the crowd cheers him on. Sabin gets to his feet and nails Jacobs with some back elbows then bounces off the ropes. Jacobs goes for a clothesline but Sabin ducks it and goes behind Jacobs. Sabin hits him with a german suplex then flips over Jacobs and hits another one then flips over again and hits a bridging german suplex that gets him a two count.

Both men slowly get to their feet and Sabin lights Jacobs up with a series of knife edge chops then whips him into the ropes. Sabin jumps up and hits Jacobs with a beautiful hurrincanranna and goes right into a cover for another two count. Sabin pulls Jacobs to his feet and Jacobs surprises him with a big european uppercut. Jacobs grabs Sabin and runs up the ropes for the contra code but Sabin drops Jacobs across the ropes straddling him. Sabin goes onto the apron then springboards in with a dropkick to the back of Jacobs’ head that sends him to the outside. Sabin gets to his feet and bounces off the far ropes and dives out with a suicide dive that Jacobs avoids and Sabin slams into the guardrail drawing a holy shit chant.

Jacobs recovers and rolls Sabin into the ring. Jacobs picks Sabin up and hits him with the suicide solution then goes for the cover and gets a long two count. Jacobs can’t believe Sabin kicked out and starts arguing with the ref. Sabin recovers and grabs Jacobs in a rear waistlock and goes for the german suplex but Jacobs blocks it then goes behind Sabin and drops him on his head with a release german suplex. Jacobs grabs Sabin and hits the contra code then hooks the leg for the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (16:53)

Notes: **1/2

OA: 66 CR: 46 MQ: 86

Patterson: “Jacobs gets a victory over Chris Sabin to retain the SMWA Championship!”

Guppie: “What a match it was Mike. That was a great way to end the show and I hope all you fans come back for the next show.”

Patterson: “That’s right Brian. Remember to check swmawrestling.com for info on upcoming shows and your favorite wrestlers.”

Overall: 59

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The February Show

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January 19, 2005

The Finch Fieldhouse at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant is going to be the site of our February show. The February Show will take place on the 12.

Right now Alex Shelley is scheduled to face off with Chance Beckett in a rematch of their MotYC from One More Dance. Once again a shot at the Championship is on the line. Jimmy Jacobs will be defending the Championship and B-Boy will be making his debut here in the MMWA.

Clash of the Titans Card

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February 1, 2005

The February show is being called Clash of the Titans as we have three huge main event caliber matches signed.

Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Halo (SMWA Championship)

Halo earned a shot at the title by beating Chance Beckett last month. He put up a strong showing in the fatal fourway match against Jacobs at the Midwest Invitational and he hopes to get the big win tonight.

Alex Shelley vs. Chance Beckett

The rematch from their classic at One More Dance. Once again a shot at the championship is on the line. The winner is in question but there is no question that this will be a great match.

Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy

B-Boy makes his SMWA debut and he’ll be taking on Chris Sabin. Sabin is looking to snap a losing streak and B-Boy wants to start off with a win here.

N8 Mattson vs. Johnny Spade

Danny Daniels vs. Petey Williams

Cade Sydal vs. Chris Copeland

The show will be up Monday and it is the first new show.

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It sucks about Evans but then again, I was never really high on him being your Heavyweight Champion. It's very good, but can I suggest possibly making the opening matches slightly longer? As it really gives you a bigger insight into the wrestlers and the moves they use etc. Not just, when they get a push you get to see how they act. Keep up the good work, this deserves a lot more readers than it gets. I'm still waiting for the innevitable, Alex Shelely vs Jimmy Jacobs lol

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The opening matches are starting to get longer as I get more wrestlers that I care about and less low pay jobbers there. Now the short matches are pretty much going to be for the shitty quality matches.

Who told you there was going to be a Shelley vs. Jacobs match? Somebody's leaking my booking plans. :angry:

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The Clash of Titans

February 12, 2005

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to SWMA action in the Finch Fieldhouse. We’ve got a great main event lined up as Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Halo. We also have Chance Beckett facing Alex Shelley in their second match for a shot at the title next month.”

Guppie: “We also have Chris Sabin facing off against the debuting B-Boy. N8 Mattson will face off against Johnny Spade.”

Patterson: “We also have your favorite, Danny Daniels, taking on Petey Williams and in our opening match Cade Sydal faces off against Chris Copeland.”

Guppie: “That should be a great match. Sydal is really looking to make a name for himself and Copeland is trying to show the east coast fans what he can do.”

Segment 1: Once Again

Chance Beckett slowly stalks down the aisle and slides into the ring.

Chance: “Alex Shelley. This is the second time we get into the ring together. Trust me the result will be the same as last time. This is for a shot at the SMWA Championship and I will not be denied. Somehow Halo beat me last month with a roll up. I had him down and beaten. He was out of it. Then he magically gets a victory. Tonight is going to be a different story. Shelley last time we met it was probably the best match of my career and it was made even better by the fact that I came out on top. Tonight I’m going to write a successful conclusion to this rematch as I am going to take you down to the mat and take you tap out.”

OA: 66

Patterson: “I guess we have to wait a little before we get to the first match then. Chance Beckett seems confident about his match coming up tonight but if I was him I wouldn’t be so confident.”

Guppie: “I have to agree with you there Mike. Chance Beckett is amazingly talented but he’s facing Alex Shelley who is one of the most gifted technical wrestlers out there and just as good as Beckett.”

Segment 2: Cade Sydal vs. Chris Copeland

Copeland and Sydal go through a blizzard exchange of moves that ends in a stalemate and some scattered applause from the crowd. Sydal seems frustrated with the lack of offense and misses with a big yakuza kick and Copeland nails him in the back with a dropkick. Copeland continues to taunt Sydal’s offense until Sydal catches him coming off the ropes with a big dropkick. Sydal takes control of the match and wears Copeland down with solid mat wrestling. Copeland fights back that gets the crowd buzzing a little bit and Copeland starts to unleash some of the high flying moves that have made him popular on the west coast. Copeland drops Sydal with a nice tornado DDT then climbs up to the top rope and hits a 450 splash to get the three count.

Winner: Chris Copeland (8:31)

Notes: 3/4*

OA: 43 CR: 23 MQ: 73

Patterson: “Right there Chris Copeland displayed the moves that made his name on the west coast and the moves that are going to make him a star here in the SMWA.”

Guppie: “Well he has some impressive moves but Cade Sydal is new to the SMWA too and I’ll wait until Copeland faces some of our more established wrestlers. Somebody like Danny Daniels who is taking on Petey Williams in the next match.”

Patterson: “Daniels hasn’t been around any longer than Cade has. But anyways this is going to be a good match up. Daniels has a slight strength advantage but that is balanced out by Williams’ speed advantage.”

Guppie: “It may be a close match but Daniels has the advantage because he is great in the ring. That is all the advantage he needs.”

Segment 3: Danny Daniels vs. Petey Williams

Daniels and Williams go through a fast chain wrestling sequence that ends with Williams hitting a modified STO on Daniels then rolling him over and grabbing a crossface but Daniels is able to get a foot on the ropes and break the hold. Williams goes for another lock up but Daniels pokes him in the eyes and manages to control the match with some heel tactics. Williams makes his own comeback starting with a low blow and trying to outheel Daniels. Williams gains control of the match and goes for the flipping piledriver but Daniels trips him down to the mat then sends him out of the ring with a catapult. Daniels follows Williams to the outside and delivers a beating on him out there. Daniels rolls Williams into the ring and follows up with several stiff backbreakers then grabs Williams and hits him with a tombstone piledriver and gets the three count.

Winner: Danny Daniels (7:25)

Notes: 3/4*

OA: 36 CR: 8 MQ: 75

Guppie: “As I predicted Danny Daniels comes out on top. With this man’s skills I don’t know why he is stuck in the undercard.”

Patterson: “Probably because he didn’t do so well in the Midwest Invitational tournament. Daniels did pick up a solid victory over Williams as both men did their best to out cheat each other then when they realized that wouldn’t work they actually wrestled.”

Guppie: “Are you saying that Daniels is a cheater?”

Patterson: “Yes. In our next match N8 Mattson looks to extend his winning streak as he takes on Johnny Spade.”

Guppie: “And Spade is trying to snap a losing streak. Things really aren’t looking good for him here tonight.”

Segment 4: N8 Mattson vs. Johnny Spade

Spade starts the match going for a lockup but Mattson drills him in the face with a forearm. Mattson stays on Spade nailing him with punches and forearms. Spade fends Mattson off with some desperation moves but he can’t gain any offense. Mattson just lays into Spade pounding him stupid. Mattson takes the fight to the outside of the ring and uses the guardrail and ring posts to punish Spade and bust him open. Spade stumbles around after hitting the ring post grabbing his head as blood pours down. Mattson tackles him and starts pounding away at the cut on his forehead and starts laughing. Mattson rolls Spade into the ring then picks him up with a fireman’s carry and hits Spade with a TKO that leaves a blood stain on the ring. Mattson rolls Spade over and gets the three count. Mattson gets to his feet and raises his bloody fists in the air before leaving the ring. Spade rolls down to the outside and the ref helps him to the back.

Winner: N8 Mattson (8:52)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 52 CR: 40 MQ: 77

Patterson: “Wow! That was scary to watch. I know Mattson has become really intense since he won the tournament but that was sickening. He just beat the shit out of Spade and then kept on kicking.”

Guppie: “I like the guy and I’m scared of him now. That was one of the worst beatings I’ve ever seen anybody take in a long time. Johnny Spade isn’t a push over and Mattson just beat him stupid the whole match.”

Patterson: “Well I don’t know what else to say about that. Chris Sabin and B-Boy lock up in our next match and this should be a great match. Both of these guys can wrestle on the mat or fly but B-Boy is an accomplished brawler as well but Sabin may have the advantage on flying so we’ll see what both men can do here.”

Guppie: “B-Boy really needs to make an impact here to start in the SMWA but Sabin has to know that he can’t keep on losing here. He’s got to be looking for a big win to get some momentum going.”

Segment 5: Chris Sabin vs. B-Boy

The two men shake hands before the match starts then start circling each other. The two men lockup and go through a nice chain wrestling sequence that ends with B-Boy delivering a snapmare to Sabin then drilling him with a stiff kick to the base of the spine. B-Boy controls the match early on showing off his offense to the crowd that hasn’t seen much of him. B-Boy works on the neck of Sabin in a general sense. Not focusing on it but working it. Sabin manages to get out of a side headlock by bouncing B-Boy off the ropes and taking him down with a shoulder tackle. B-Boy gets to his feet and Sabin hits him with a hurrincanranna. Sabin seizes the momentum and runs with it taking control of the match. Sabin grabs B-Boy and hits him with a float over vertical suplex that gets him a two count.

Sabin pulls B-Boy to his feet and whips him into the corner. Sabin charges and runs into a big boot from B-Boy then gets floored with a massive lariat. B-Boy goes for the cover and gets a short two count. B-Boy takes control of the match again and starts working on the neck of Sabin again. B-Boy drops Sabin with a DDT then picks Sabin up and goes for another but Sabin counters with a northern lights suplex that sends B-Boy into the corner and drops him on his head. Sabin gets to his feet and grabs his neck but advances and stomps on B-Boy until he rolls to the outside. Sabin bounces up and down in the ring getting the crowd cheering then runs and makes a suicide dive on B-Boy which gets the crowd going. Sabin picks B-Boy up and slams him face first into the guardrail then spins him around and throws him into the ring. Sabin gets in and goes for the cover and gets a short two count.

Sabin pulls B-Boy to his feet and whips him into the corner. He charges and hits B-Boy with a forearm then sets B-Boy on the top rope. Sabin climbs up the ropes and goes for a superplex but B-Boy blocks it then hits Sabin with some punches to the stomach then picks him up and hits a sitout gourdbuster from the top rope. B-Boy goes for the cover and only gets a two count. B-Boy is stunned but gets to his feet and goes to a corner. Sabin gets to a knee and B-Boy charges and hits him with a shining wizard that sends him onto his back. B-Boy goes for the cover but Sabin gets a foot on the rope. B-Boy pulls Sabin out of the ropes then crosses his arms and picks him up and drops him with a brainbuster. B-Boy rolls him over and covers him for the three count.

Winner: B-Boy (17:43)

Notes: **1/2

OA: 59 CR: 48 MQ: 85

Patterson: “Sabin didn’t want to stay down at the end of the match but B-Boy just kept on hitting the big moves and finished him off with that cross special brainbuster.”

Guppie: “That is one devastating move especially right after getting nailed with a shining wizard. That was a close match until B-Boy capitalized on a mistake by Sabin and just kept nailing him on the neck and head at the end to finish him off.”

Patterson: “Hopefully we’ll be seeing some more of B-Boy here. He’s a very talented wrestler and he can compete with the best of them.”

Guppie: “Speaking of the best. Probably the two best pure wrestlers are facing each other in our next match as Alex Shelley takes on Chance Beckett with a shot at the SMWA Championship on the line.”

Patterson: “These two have fought in before and they had a title shot on the line in that match as well and Beckett won the match. Shelley is hoping to change the outcome this time. I’m not able to pick a winner but I can guarantee that this is going to be a great match.”

Segment 6: Coming out of his Shell

Alex Shelley walks down to the ring and gets applause from the crowd of about one hundred people. Shelley slides into the ring and takes the mic from the announcer.

Shelley: “I’m not one of those wrestlers who is in love with their own voice. I prefer to let my wrestling do my talking but tonight I have something to say. Last time I faced Chance Beckett it was a great match and he managed to beat me because he was the better man. I know I’ve been gone from the SMWA for a couple of months but I’m back now and god dammit it feels good to be back. I haven’t been spending my time doing nothing either. I’ve been training and wrestling in other feds and I’ve faced some of the best independent wrestling talent out there. People like CM Punk and Bryan Danielson. Beckett you are good but you can’t compare to those guys. I may have lost to both of them but I learned a lot from the matches that I’ve lost and I learned from the match that I lost to you. I know your weaknesses and I’m coming for them. I know your strengths and I’ll be coming for them as well. Tonight I’m going on the attack and there isn’t a damn thing you can do about it Chance. Tonight is my night to shine and I am not going to waste it! Come on down and lets give the crowd the match they paid to see!”

OA: 44

Segment 7: Alex Shelley vs. Chance Beckett

The two men lock up and Shelley goes behind with a rear waistlock then picks Beckett up and slams him face first to the mat then floats over into a front facelock. Shelley pulls Beckett to his feet and hits two vertical suplexes in a row then picks Beckett up and hits a third vertical suplex with a bridge for a two count. Beckett is visibly frustrated as he gets to his feet. The two men lock up again and go through a more even chain wrestling sequence. Beckett comes out with the advantage in this one and grabs a cross armbreaker on Shelley who manages to quickly get a foot on the ropes. Shelley gets to his feet massaging his arm. Beckett charges and gets a double leg takedown on Shelley then grabs his legs and goes for a figure four but Shelley pushes Beckett off with his feet. Beckett bounces off the ropes and Shelley nails him with a dropkick.

Shelley takes control of the match and starts to methodically work over Beckett’s neck. He starts with neckbreakers and the like before moving up to a DDT the lays Beckett out. Shelley follows the DDT up with an STF but Beckett slowly crawls his way to the ropes and breaks the hold. Shelley pulls Beckett out of the ropes and hits him with a snap suplex and flips over with the front facelock still on. Shelley wraps his legs around Beckett and starts cranking on Beckett’s head wrenching the neck. Beckett gets up to his feet and slams Shelley down in a sort of spinebuster. Shelley holds on and Beckett staggers to his feet again and steps forward as he slams Shelley down and grabs the ropes to break the hold.

Beckett gets to his feet and ducks a punch from Shelley and grabs the back of his arm and takes him down into a fujiwara armbar. Shelley turns himself to grab the ropes with his left arm and break the hold. Beckett gets to his feet and delivers a couple of stomps to Shelley’s arm before the ref backs him off. Beckett comes back at Shelley and goes to work on the arm devastating it with attacks and stomping it every chance he gets. Beckett takes Shelley down with a single arm DDT then gets up and drops a series of big knees to Shelley’s shoulder area. Beckett rolls Shelley over and goes for the cross armbreaker but Shelley hooks his hands together. Shelley rolls Beckett onto his back and Beckett twists to avoid the three count. Shelley picks Beckett up and drops him down. Beckett continues to hold Shelley’s arm. Shelley picks Beckett up again and brings him down but Beckett flips over and extends the arm and Shelley almost taps before he realizes he can put his feet in the ropes and the ref breaks the hold.

Beckett gets to his feet smiling predatorily. Shelley gets to his feet holding his left arm against his torso and hunches over. Beckett charges and Shelley nails him with a clothesline using his right arm. Beckett gets to his feet and Shelley grabs him and nails him with a brainbuster. Shelley goes for the cover and gets a two count. Beckett gets to his feet a little shaky and Shelley goes right after him nailing him with forearms to the head. Shelley kicks Beckett in the gut then nails him with the Shell Shock then covers Beckett for the three count.

Winner: Alex Shelley (24:36)

Notes: ***3/4

OA: 68 CR: 58 MQ: 94

Patterson: “What an amazing match between those two men and this time Alex Shelley is the one who came out on top.!”

Guppie: “Chance Beckett isn’t going to be happy about that loss if he can remember it after all the damage he took to the head.”

Patterson: “Shelley really targeted the head and neck of Beckett in that match and that let him hit his finisher the modified DDT. Now it is time for the main event as Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Halo.”

Guppie: “That last match is going to be a tough one to follow but these two men could be able to do it.”

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Halo (SMWA Championship)

The two men face off and go through an exchange of moves and kip up to a stalemate that pops the crowd. The two men circle each other carefully then both charge and drop each other with clotheslines. Both men roll to their stomachs and rise to their feet. Jacobs ducks a clothesline from Halo and drops him with a neckbreaker. Jacobs takes control of the match at that point. Jacobs works Halo over but Halo won’t stay down and fights back nailing Jacobs with a series of punches and chops then whips Jacobs into the ropes and drops him with a superkick. Halo pumps his arms and gets the crowd cheering. Halo springboards off the middle ropes and takes Jacobs down with a moonsault. Halo goes for the cover and gets a two count.

The two men get to their feet and just go at each other serving out all the offense they have and neither man will stay down. Jacobs slowly gains the advantage and after taking Halo down with an armdrag whips him into the corner. Jacobs gets him in the corner and climbs up goes to rain down punches but Halo turns him around and sets him on the top rope and nails him with a big palm strike. Halo jumps up onto the top rope then hits Jacobs with a hurrincanranna. Halo climbs up another turnbuckle and goes for a corkscrew senton but Jacobs rolls out of the way. Jacobs waits as Halo gets to his feet and nails him with a big furry boot. Jacobs covers Halo and gets a two count. Halo slowly gets to his feet and Jacobs grabs him by the head and nails him with the contra code then hooks the leg for the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (13:21)

Notes: ***

OA: 60 CR: 44 MQ: 90

Patterson: “What an amazing match we just saw between those two men! This show has gone out with a bang and this is going to be a memorable night.”

Guppie: “B-Boy made an impressive debut here tonight with a win over Sabin and next month we’ll see Jimmy Jacobs face off against Alex Shelley with the SMWA Championship on the line.”

Patterson: “This show was great but next month should be even better! Fans make sure to check out smwawrestling.com for more information on upcoming shows.”

Overall: 54

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Jimmy Jacobs vs. Alex Shelley

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February 25, 2005

It’s a match that has happened in almost every independent federation around the country but on March 19, Jimmy Jacobs and Alex Shelley will meet for the first time when they do battle in the Finch Fieldhouse at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. Jimmy Jacobs will be defending the SMWA Championship in what could be his toughest defense to date.

Alex Shelley earned the shot at the title by beating Chance Beckett in an amazing technical match that went almost 25 minutes. Those two will meet again at the Anniversary show in April in a 2/3 falls match which could be for the SMWA Championship if Alex Shelley manages to beat Jimmy Jacobs.

Jimmy Jacobs retained the SMWA Chamiponship against Halo in a great high energy match between the two men that saw Jacobs pull out the win with a big furry boot  to Halo’s face, followed up by the devastating contra code. Jacobs could be in for the toughest defense of his reign as he faces Shelley.

The Hussman Cometh

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March 1, 2005

The card is set for the March show which is being called the Hussman Cometh.

Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Alex Shelley (SMWA Championship)

Alex Shelley makes his first bid for the SMWA Championship and could prove to be Jimmy Jacobs’ toughest defense to date. These two know each other better than any other two wrestlers working today.

Chance Beckett vs. Vito Thomaselli

Beckett looks to snap his losing streak while Thomaselli is looking to make an impression and start getting booked regularly in the SMWA.

Chris Divine vs. N8 Mattson

Mattson has continued a winning streak after winning the Midwest Invitational and now Chris Divine is looking to get revenge since Mattson beat his partner Quiet Storm two months ago. Mattson has showed a new side as he brutally destroyed Johnny Spade at the last show and Divine may suffer a similar fate.

Danny Daniels vs. Matt Sydal

These two men meet up in a rematch from their Midwest Invitational tournament match. Sydal hopes the outcome is the same but Daniels wants to prove that Sydal got lucky.

Josh Daniels vs. GQ

Roderick Strong vs. Delirious

Show will be up Friday. And YI gets the Shelley/Jacobs match. :)

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The Hussman Cometh

March 19, 2005

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome fans to the Hussman Cometh! This should be an exciting show tonight. Jimmy Jacobs defends the SMWA Championship against Alex Shelley in our main event.”

Guppie: “We’ll also see Chance Beckett take on Vito Thomaselli as both men are looking to start getting some wins under their belts. Chris Divine will attempt to gain some revenge for his partner Quiet Storm as he takes on N8 Mattson.”

Patterson: “We also have Danny Daniels taking on Matt Sydal in a rematch from the Midwest Invitational semi-finals. We also have Josh Daniels making his return against GQ who’s making his debut. And in our first match two men make their debuts as Roderick Strong takes on Delirious.”

Guppie: “Roderick is known for having some stiff offense in the ring and while he’s small he can really churn out big impact moves. Delirious is a little crazy but when he starts wrestling he can go on the mat with anybody.”

Segment 1: Roderick Strong vs. Delirious

The two men circle each other warily as Delirious does some stupid stuff to show that he’s crazy. Strong takes the opportunity to grab Delirious and nail him with a snap suplex. Strong doesn’t seem to care for Delirious’ antics and just takes the action to him targeting the back. Strong hits Delirious with a hard backbreaker and stretches him across the knee but Delirious fights it and Strong eventually breaks the hold to save his knee. Delirious gets to his feet and takes Strong down with an armdrag and goes right into an armbar. Strong gets to the ropes and breaks the hold and Delirious continues to work on the left arm of Strong. Delirious bends Strong’s arm over the ropes and nails drop some elbows on the arm until the ref manages to pull him off. Delirious grabs the arm of Strong and drops him with a single arm DDT then goes right into a cross armbreaker but Strong holds his hands together then rolls Delirious onto his back and picks him up and drops him down hard on his back breaking the hold.

Both men get to their feet. Strong massaging his arm and Delirious grabbing his back. Delirious advances first and Strong ducks a punch and drops him with a belly to back suplex. Delirious gets to his feet and Strong grabs him and nails a bridging german suplex that gets him a two count. Delirious gets to his feet again and reverses a tilt-a-whirl from Strong into a spinning head scissors. Delirious tries to go for the arm but Strong keeps him away from it then nails him with a standing enziguri that staggers Delirious. Strong grabs Delirious and drops him with a Michinoku driver and hooks the leg for the three count.

Winner: Roderick Strong (12:34)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 48 CR: 17 MQ: 80

Patterson: “What a great match to start the show off with. Both of those men made a solid debut here but Strong really showed me what he’s got by coming back from the arm injury and going right after the back he had worked earlier in the match.”

Guppie: “Delirious is a little too weird for my tastes but that Roderick Strong has something going for him. I can’t wait to see more of him here.”

Patterson: “Delirious may be weird but he can go in the ring. In our next match Josh Daniels is returning to the SMWA and he’s taking on GQ who’s making his debut. GQ has wrestled a lot in CZW, mostly as a tag team with Chris Cash. GQ has some solid wrestling background and he isn’t just a garbage wrestler like you would think of someone from CZW.”

Guppie: “Daniels lost to John Walters two months ago hopefully he can turn his luck around here tonight.”

Segment 2: Josh Daniels vs. GQ

The two men lock up to start and Daniels goes behind GQ with a rear waistlock and slams GQ face first into the mat then spins over into control with a front chancery. GQ slowly gets to his feet and counters the hold with a release northern lights suplex that sends Daniels into the corner and crashing down on his neck. GQ takes advantage and targets the neck of Daniels keeping him down on the mat. Daniels slowly starts to make a comeback in the match but GQ stops it with a neckbreaker that leaves Daniels clutching his neck. GQ goes for a legdrop on the back of the neck but Daniels rolls out of the way and starts a quick series of attacks on GQ’s leg. Daniels grabs GQ and wraps him up with a figure four leglock and GQ fights the hold but is forced to tap out.

Winner: Josh Daniels (7:12)

Notes: 1/4*

OA: 45 CR: 25 MQ: 66

Patterson: “GQ controlled most of that match but a well timed comeback by Josh Daniels secured him the win.”

Guppie: “GQ showed a lot of skill in that match and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him back here in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “Me either. Up next we have a rematch from the Midwest Invitational as Danny Daniels takes on Matt Sydal and this match is going to be intense.”

Guppie: “Danny Daniels is going to show Sydal who is the better man when he puts him on his back for the three count. Daniels lost to Sydal once and it damn sure isn’t going to happen again!”

Patterson: “Calm down there Brian. Whatever happens in this match it’s going to be a good one.”

Segment 3: Danny Daniels vs. Matt Sydal

The two men circle each other before Daniels strikes with a big forearm that staggers Sydal. Daniels presses but Sydal takes him down with a drop toe hold that sends him face first into the turnbuckles. Sydal continues to use his smaller size and better speed to avoid Daniels attacks and hit his own. Sydal can’t hit anything really big and Daniels catches him when he goes for a bulldog and hits him with a big backdrop driver. Sydal gets right to his feet staggering around and Daniels grabs him and hits him with a series of hard vertical suplexes. Daniels picks Sydal up and slams him down with a backbreaker. Then locks in a bow and arrow stretch on Sydal. Sydal fights out of the hold and flips over onto Daniels to get a two count. Sydal gets to his feet and ducks a clothesline from Daniels and nails him with a dropkick.

Sydal starts a rally taking Daniels down with a quick series of kicks to keep him down. Daniels manages to block a kick aimed for his head and pulls Sydal into a big clothesline. Daniels takes control of the match and goes back to working the back of Sydal. Sydal escapes Daniels offense and goes to the top rope but Daniels hits the ropes and racks him up on the top. Daniels climbs up and grabs Sydal and hits a superplex. Daniels gets right on Sydal then picks him up and drops him with a tombstone piledriver then covers Sydal for the three count.

Winner: Danny Daniels (10:32)

Notes: **

OA: 60 CR: 38 MQ: 82

Guppie: “Danny Daniels took it to Sydal in that match! He got some revenge for losing the match at the tournament.”

Patterson: “That he did and he got his revenge in a convincing fashion as he really beat Sydal around the ring. Sydal did manage to control the match early but once Daniels started in on his back he really lost all his momentum.”

Guppie: “It’s hard to concentrate when you are in a lot of pain Mike.”

Patterson: “That’s true. Our next match pits N8 Mattson against Chris Divine. Mattson beat Divine’s tag team partner, Quiet Storm, a couple of months ago and now Divine is looking to get some revenge.”

Guppie: “He’s looking in the wrong place. We all saw what Mattson did to Johnny Spade last month and I think Divine is in for some of that himself.”

Segment 4: N8 Mattson on the Mic

N8 Mattson comes out to the ring looking somber and angry. He rolls into the ring then swipes the mic from the announcer.

N8: “Last month Johnny Spade learned what it was like to step into the ring with the new N8 Mattson. My career really took off during the Midwest Invitational and I’ve been on a roll since then. I thought it was just because I was training harder but I was wrong. There was more to it than that. Before my match with Spade I found out what that something was. I was visited by the voice of God who told me that I was his hand on earth and through my skill I would show people what true power really is. I was instructed to gain the attention of everyone here and I did. I brutalized Johnny Spade and I made him bleed all over the ring. He was purified by fire.

“Tonight my opponent the misnamed Chris Divine will feel a different kind of force. He will face unrelenting power in the ring tonight. I am the one who has divine power not him. The hand of God will strike Divine down and I will continue to spread the word by my victories until I stand at the top of the heap and can look down at all the broken heathens who thought that they knew better than I and doubted that God really supported me. This isn’t fiction you assholes! This is real and you shall all be scorched by the power of God!”

OA: 48

Patterson: “N8 Mattson is showing a new dimension here. He almost seems to be going crazy.”

Guppie: “Almost!? He sounds like he jumped right into the deep end of the pool. I thought what he did to Spade was scary and now he sounds like he’s going to keep on doing that.”

Patterson: “I don’t think Chris Divine is going to let him walk all over him though.”

Guppie: “I don’t think Johnny Spade came into the match planning to get bloodied and beaten all over the ring either Mike! Divine better be on the defensive right when this match starts.”

Segment 5: Chris Divine vs. N8 Mattson

The two men square off and Mattson goes right at Mattson and gets him in a front chancery and takes him down with a DDT and holds the chancery on tight. Divine flails around in surprise but drops down and puts his foot on the ropes to break the hold. Divine gets to his feet and Mattson goes right after him with a series of forearms and follows it up with a neckbreaker. Mattson continues to work on the neck of Divine with a series of submission holds and some big impact moves. Mattson pulls Divine up to his feet and kicks him in the gut and drops him with a piledriver. Mattson gets Divine on his stomach and then locks in an STF and the ref calls for the bell as Divine is out of it. Mattson rolls to the outside of the ring and grabs a chair from the fans and slides back in. Mattson nails the ref across the back as he checks on Divine then sets the chair in the ring. Mattson pulls Divine to his feet and drops him on the chair with another piledriver.

Winner: N8 Mattson (7:48)

Notes: *1/2

OA: 59 CR: 43 MQ: 76

Patterson: “I think Chris Divine is in serious trouble after that. He might need medical attention!”

Guppie: “There is no doubt in my mind that N8 Mattson has gone off the deep end here. He just destroyed Divine in that match and intentionally tried to hurt him.”

Patterson: “That was uncalled for. Divine did manage to walk to the back with the help of the refs but still he’s not in good shape. I don’t know we can continue but we must. Vito Thomaselli looks to prove himself as he steps in the ring with Chance Beckett.”

Guppie: “I can’t get over what N8 Mattson did to Divine. These two should put on a clean match though and hopefully it will make everything seem better.”

Segment 6: Chance Beckett vs. Vito Thomaselli

Vito and Chance lock up and Chance takes early control of the match as he takes Vito down to the mat. Vito is in trouble in the mat but he is competent enough to avoid any serious submissions that Chance attempts to go for. Vito eventually manages to make his way to the ropes and Chance has to let him up. The two men get to their feet and Chance charges to take Vito down but Vito nails him with a big knee to the face. Vito hits Chance with a quick series of armdrags and the like gaining an advantage that keeps Chance reeling. Vito makes a big move and nails Chance with a tornado DDT that gets him a two count. Chance rolls to the outside of the ring but Vito doesn’t have any of it and hits Chance with a suicide dive. Vito throws Chance back into the ring but Chance recovers as Vito rolls in and nails him with a series of stomps.

Chance pulls Vito to his feet and drops him with a DDT and holds on with a front chancery. Chance clings onto the hold with desperation as Vito picks him up and moves forward as he slams Chance down onto the mat. Vito picks him up and slams him down again and manages to grab the ropes this time. Chance tries to go back to the neck but Vito manages to avoid his offense for the most part and hit his own. Chance manages to stagger Vito with a big forearm and Chance goes for a suplex of some kind but Vito blocks it then rolls Chance up and gets a quick three count.

Winner: Vito Thomaselli (13:51)

Notes: **

OA: 67 CR: 56 MQ: 79

Patterson: “We saw Chance Beckett fall victim to a quick rollup against Halo a couple of months ago and we saw it here again.”

Guppie: “Vito just got a very big win. Chance Beckett is not going to be happy with himself or with Vito.”

Segment 7: Beckett Challenge

Chance gets to his feet in the ring and takes the mic from the announcer.

Chance: “Fuck! I had a nice run early on in this promotion. I had some big wins. Sure, I had a few disappointing losses but not that many. Now in my last four matches I’ve lost all four of them. I lost the fourway match for the SMWA Championship. Then I lost two number one contender matches in a row. First to Halo and then to Alex Shelley. And now I lost to Vito Thomaselli! This guy hasn’t beaten anybody of importance here until now. I don’t know how you managed to beat me Vito but rest assured it won’t happen again. Luckily for you I’m busy next month but you know what the show after that I’m not doing anything and I want a match with you. And I don’t want just any match I want a no-holds barred match. Everything is fair and I will come out on top. I don’t lose to anybody twice in a row. Not you and next month I won’t lose to Alex Shelley again. Mark my words. This is only the beginning!”

OA: 77

Patterson: “Chance Beckett is getting frustrated with losing. He does have the skills to be one of the top wrestlers in the SMWA but recently he’s run into some bad luck.”

Guppie: “Bad doesn’t begin to describe it. It’s main event time now though. Alex Shelley challenges Jimmy Jacobs for the SMWA Championship.”

Patterson: “This should be a great match. These two men know each other so well and they are both great competitors. Jimmy Jacobs has some great high impact moves and he can taking a massive beating before he’ll go down. Alex Shelley is probably one of the best technical wrestlers on the independent wrestling scene right now. This is going to be spectacular.”

Segment 8: Jimmy Jacobs © vs. Alex Shelley (SMWA Championship)

The two men start off with a test of strength and Shelley takes Jacobs down. Jacobs bridges to avoid the pin and Shelley jumps up and brings his knees down on Jacobs’ thighs but Jacobs holds the bridge. Shelley manages to break the bridge and only gets a two count. Jacobs bridges again and Shelley jumps up to break it but Jacobs rolls him over with a monkey flip and holds the test of strength. Jacobs rolls to the side and takes the advantage in the test of strength then breaks it and hits Shelley with a hurrincanranna and the crowd applauds for the sequence as both men get to their feet. The two lockup this time and Shelley takes Jacobs to the ground but Jacobs spins out and gets Shelley in a rear waistlock and goes into a rear chinlock. Shelley makes his way to his feet then drops down with a jaw breaker on Jacobs.

The two men get to their feet and start trading some strikes and Shelley ducks a punch from Jacobs then takes him down with a neckbreaker and goes to work on Jacobs’ neck. Shelley slows down the pace of the match to work Jacobs over. Shelley takes Jacobs over with a snapmare then delivers a sharp kick to the base of his spine then grabs him with a rear chinlock. Jacobs fights his way to his feet then nails Shelley with a couple of back elbows then bounces off the ropes and takes Shelley down with a shoulder tackle. Jacobs bounces off the adjacent ropes and jumps over Shelley. Shelley gets to his feet and leaps over Jacobs as he runs back. Jacobs comes back with a crossbody block but Shelley blocks it with a dropkick. Jacobs grabs his stomach in pain and Shelley picks him up and puts him in an abdominal stretch. Jacobs breaks Shelley’s hold with some elbows to Shelley’s thigh then flips him over. Jacobs backs into the ropes for a break. Shelley charges at him with a clothesline but Jacobs sends him over the top and to the floor with a backbody drop. Shelley gets to his feet on the outside and Jacobs nails him with a slingshot crossbody block.

Jacobs grabs his wrist and starts hussing on the outside and gets the crowd going. Jacobs picks Shelley up and whips him into the guardrail then charges and slams into him with a big knee to the face. Jacobs pulls Shelley to his feet and starts beating him around the ring on the outside and hits him with a vertical suplex on the gym floor. Shelley grabs his back as Jacobs rolls him into the ring. Jacobs climbs onto the apron then slingshots in with a senton across Shelley’s back. Jacobs takes advantage by grabbing Shelley with a mexican surfboard and Shelley fights against it and gets down on his knees but Jacobs grabs the back of his head and keeps the knees hooked as he grabs Shelley with a dragon sleeper. Shelley flails about with his arms at first then regains his composure and drops some forearms across Jacobs’ face to break up the hold. Shelley gets out of the hold and crawls to the ropes to make his way to his feet. Jacobs goes after Shelley and goes for a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker but Shelley counters it with an armdrag. Jacobs gets to his feet and Shelley meets him with a kick to the stomach and follows it up with a gut buster. Shelley goes for the cover and gets a two count.

Shelley pulls Jacobs to his feet and whips him into the corner and charges with a shoulder to the gut of Jacobs then follows up with a series of shoulders to the midsection. Shelley picks Jacobs up and sets him on the top rope. Shelley climbs up and nails Jacobs with a series of knife edge chops. Shelley gets Shelley up on his shoulders in a fireman’s carry and slowly turns himself around on the ropes. Shelley jumps off the ropes and lifts Jacobs over his head and drops him down across his knee with a big gut buster. Shelley pulls Jacobs to his feet in the middle of the ring and locks in a octopus hold variation of the abdominal stretch. Jacobs looks to fight out of it but Shelley really cranks down on the hold and Jacobs taps out.

Winner: Alex Shelley (23:22)

Notes: **1/2

OA: 67 CR: 51 MQ: 84

Patterson: “What am impressive match between those two and what a display of ability by Alex Shelley.”

Guppie: “Shelley started out working the neck but when his dropkick hit Jacobs in the midsection he saw an opportunity and he took it big time and it paid out for him in the end as he got the submission with that abdominal stretch variation.”

Patterson: “We have a new SMWA Champion in Alex Shelley! This has been a spectacular show and we hope you will all be at our next show as we will be celebrating our one year anniversary. Be sure to check out smwawrestling.com for information on the show.”

Overall: 59

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The Anniversary Show

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March 25, 2005

It’s hard to believe but in April we will be celebrating our one year anniversary as a wrestling federation. The shows have gotten bigger and so have the crowds but the feeling will never change. Already big matches have been signed for the show as this will be our biggest show to date. Alex Shelley makes his first title defense against Chance Beckett and it will be a two out of three falls match that should test both men. N8 Mattson will face Vito Thomaselli and Teddy Hart has been signed to be on the show although his opponent hasn’t been named yet.

We are hoping to kick off our second year as a promotion with a great show and the fans will receive the benefits of our great product.

Michigan Indy Wrestling: 2004 in Review

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March 26, 2005

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2004 had its ups and downs here in the Michigan Independent Wrestling scene. Mid-Michigan Wrestling Alliance had to close its doors. They provided a good mix of old school wrestling with the fast paced style of today. They ended their run on a high note though. Their last show featured three great main event caliber matches. AJ Styles vs. Petey Williams was MotN without a doubt and a strong MotYC. Matt Maverick and Joey Legend held a nice brawl that had the crowd going crazy. Jimmy Jacobs and Raven had a hardcore brawl that went through the small crowd and had the crowd chanting huss for Jacobs. The card also featured an underrated match between N8 Mattson and Bobby Bambino.

To counter the loss of the MMWA we saw the opening of the Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance. Despite the similarity in names the action was completely different. The SMWA embraced the new style of wrestling and provided action very similar to that of the Independent Wrestling Revolution although instead of bringing in special guests from the East Coast the SMWA brought in talent from the West Coast including B-Boy and developing star Vito Thomaselli. They started off with a feud between Danny Dominion and Jack Evans for the Championship that resulted in some underwhelming matches. Chris Sabin, Chance Beckett, Alex Shelley and Jimmy Jacobs brought tons of great matches to the shows plus the addition of occasional special appearances keep the show going good. The feud between Alex Shelley and Chance Beckett has delivered already and it is getting hotter before it ends. The SMWA has a good local fanbase and has an increasing tape buying base due to the fact that they produce their shows quickly and also use DVD. If they keep doing what they are doing they should continue to grow and make money.

Border City Wrestling continues to be the biggest federation in Michigan. They have really risen in popularity this past year. Mainly because they are using the talent from NWA:TNA. D-Lo Brown and Shane Douglas have been stuck in a bitter battle for the BCW Championship. Douglas has managed to use every trick in the book to stop Brown from taking the belt from him. The feud should be coming to a close soon and it has really propelled the federation into the spotlight. The two men are scheduled to meet in a cage match. The undercard has stayed strong there with the trainees from the Can-Am wrestling school showing up with their trainer Joe E. Legend and keeping the action going strong throughout the night.

The Independent Wrestling Revolution has continued to do its thing. The wrestling has been solid and they haven’t really had too many bad shows this year. They keep on going along and that’s what you can say about the entire Michigan Indy scene.

Now for the part everybody wants the top of the year lists.

Best Wrestler of the year

1. Shane Douglas - The leader of the BCW roster. Great on the mic and always entertains the crowd in the ring.

2. Chance Beckett - A great wrestler who finally has a real home in the SMWA and he’s really become a huge star and it’s only a matter of time before some big federation signs him up.

3. Chris Sabin - Detroit’s golden son. He’s been big in TNA this year and has continued to put on good shows here in Michigan.

4. Alex Shelley - Probably the best technical wrestler to come out of Michigan. Shelley has a little over two years in the business and he’s already better than many veterans.

5. Jimmy Jacobs - The barbarian berserker has continued to get his name out there and impress many people on the indy scene.

Michigan Match of the Year

1. AJ Styles vs. Petey Williams (MMWA) - A great juniors match between these two and a fitting end to the MMWA’s life.

2. Chance Beckett vs. Alex Shelley (SMWA) - A close second place this match really showcased both men’s styles.

3. Shane Douglas vs. D-Lo Brown (BCW) - A bloody brawl between these two men with Douglas getting the win with some interference from his TNA buddy Michael Shane. The interference didn’t hurt this match that badly.

4. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Jimmy Yang vs. Chris Sabin (SMWA) - This is one of the best triple threat matches I’ve had the pleasure of seeing. These guys kept the action going well and really stole the show.

5. N8 Mattson vs. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Chris Sabin vs. Truth Martini (IWR) - These four put on a tremendous showing as they battled for the IWR King of the Indies Title.

Michigan Indy Show of the year

1. MMWA Karnage in Kalkaska - The final show for the SMWA and like I said earlier it was a tremendous show that had something for everybody.

2. SMWA Motorcity Madness - Their debut in the Detroit area and they blew the roof off the building and gained a lot of new fans.

3. BCW Blood Water - The show that showcased the number 3 match of the year. The main event really propelled this show up and a solid undercard really helped as well.

That’s all for this time.

Voting on the Year Awards

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April 2, 2003

Before the April Anniversary show we will have a one hour presentation celebrating the wrestlers who have made our first year of business so profitable and memorable. The presentation will be part of the show and happen right before the show starts. The part where you, the fan, come in is that you will get to vote for the nominees of the awards. In each of the categories the five nominees have been chosen and it is your choice to choose who those winners are and show us who you like best.

Best Wrestler

1. Jimmy Jacobs

2. Alex Shelley

3. Chance Beckett

4. Jack Evans

5. N8 Mattson

Best Match

1. Alex Shelley vs. Chance Beckett (One More Dance)

2. Alex Shelley vs. Chance Beckett (Clash of Titans)

3. Jimmy Jacobs vs. Chris Sabin vs. Jimmy Yang (Motorcity Madness)

4. Paul London vs. Chance Beckett (Mayhem)

5. Divine Storm vs. Special K (Angeldust & Deranged) (Birthday Bash)

Best Mic Work

1. Chance Beckett

2. Jimmy Jacobs

3. Danny Daniels

4. Slim J

5. Alex Shelley

Best Show

1. Motorcity Madness (September)

2. The Return (January)

3. One More Dance (August)

4. The Beginning (April)

5. Midwest Invitational Night Two (December)

Best Champion

1. Danny Dominion

2. Jack Evans

3. Jimmy Jacobs

4. Alex Shelley

Best Announcer

1. Brian Guppie

2. Mike Patterson

The Anniversary Card

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April 3, 2005

Alex Shelley © vs. Chance Beckett (2/3 Falls, SMWA Championship)

This is the third match between the two men and the stakes could not be higher. Both men have won a match against the other that got them a shot at the SMWA Championship however Shelley was the won who capitalized. Tonight the man who wins, wins the series between the two men and they win the SMWA Championship. This is not a normal match though this is a 2/3 falls. One fall does not win the match. No lucky fall will decide this match. This is one where skill is the only determination of the winner.

Jimmy Jacobs vs. Teddy Hart

Former SMWA Champion, Jacobs, takes on the controversial Teddy Hart in what should be an electric match.

N8 Mattson vs. Vito Thomaselli

Thomaselli comes off a win against Chance Beckett and N8 Mattson is on a six match winning streak. Not to mention showing off a new mean streak.

Chris Divine vs. GQ

Danny Daniels vs. Roderick Strong

Nate Webb vs. Chris Cash

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For the readers if I get enough votes. I tried this in another diary and because nobody voted it became a storyline thing. :D

The show will be up late tomorrow so people can hopefully vote and I can write up the award show.

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The Award Presentation

Best Mic Work

Winner: Chance Beckett

His ability to get his feelings out in character cement him as one of the top stars in the SMWA. Even when his record doesn’t support that position.

Best Show

Winner: Motorcity Madness (September)

Featuring an impressive three way dance between Sabin/Jacobs/Yang and Jack Evans defending the SMWA Championship against Chance Beckett this had two of the best matches in SMWA History. The show also featured a build in the Coalition’s fight against Special K.

Best Wrestler

Winner: Chance Beckett

Consistently great effort from Beckett is a key point in his SMWA career. Not always the winner but always looking good Beckett earns his spot on the card. Having several best match nominees Beckett always brings his A-game and his continuous presence make him a true star.

Best Champion

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs

Jacobs had three amazing title defenses before he lost the belt and he won the championship in a great fourway. So far the only champion to be consistently great while champion. His reign took the belt to new heights of importance.

Best Match

Winner: Chance Beckett vs. Alex Shelley (Clash of the Titans)

A narrow victory for this match shows how close the competition was. These two went hold for hold and took each other to the limits for the second time. The two men once again clash tonight in a 2/3 falls match. We asked both men for their comments on winning this category and the match.

Shelley: One of my favorite matches of all time. Comparing this one to our first contest you can see how much both of us have improved and the change in our offense. This one is also better because I was the one who came out victorious.

Beckett: While this was a good match it suffers from the fact that I didn’t win. Being recognized in four out of the five categories is good. I may not be the best champion yet but everybody knows that it is coming.

The One Year Anniversary Show

April 17, 2005

Announcer: Brian Guppie

Color Commentator: Mike Patterson

Patterson: “Welcome to is set to be our largest show to date! We are celebrating our one year anniversary as a wrestling promotion and we are doing it in style. We have a main event fit to top off the night as Alex Shelley takes on Chance Beckett in a two out of three falls match for the SMWA Championship.”

Guppie: “Former champion Jimmy Jacobs will be taking on the most controversial man in independent wrestling right now, Teddy Hart. We also have N8 Mattson taking on Vito Thomaselli.”

Patterson: “Danny Daniels will be taking on Roderick Strong as well tonight. We also have Nate Webb facing Chris Cash. Chris Divine was scheduled to face GQ but he pulled out of the show but luckily Petey Williams has been singed to replace him in the match.”

Guppie: “We don’t know why he pulled out of the show but N8 Mattson told me it was because he feared the wrath of God’s hand and is still nursing his neck from their match last month.”

Patterson: “Whatever the reason Divine isn’t here tonight. We are ready to kick the show off though as Nate Webb is set to take on Chris Cash. Nate Webb is really looking to get some wins here and he may be able to get a win over the tag team specialist, Chris Cash.”

Segment 1: Nate Webb vs. Chris Cash

The two men start the match early as Cash jumps Webb on the outside of the ring and the two men brawl around the ring before Webb slams Cash headfirst into the ring post then rolls him into the ring. Webb takes the advantage in the ring and keeps Cash pinned down to the mat with some big impact moves. Webb goes for a vertical suplex but Cash reverses it and lands behind Webb then hits him with a backdrop driver. Cash takes control of the match for a short time but Webb gains the momentum when he counters a powerbomb from Cash into a DDT. Webb climbs to the top rope but GQ comes out from the crowd and trips Webb racking him up. Cash recovers and climbs up the top rope and hits Webb with a superplex and floats over for a three count. GQ enters the ring and starts to beat on Webb but Petey Williams runs out from the back and clears GQ and Cash out of the ring.

Williams: “GQ, I was supposed to face you one on one later tonight but I’ve got a change in plans. How about you and your butt buddy there take on Nate Webb and I in a tag team match?”

GQ: “Fine with me. I’ll beat your ass no matter what kind of match it is.”

Winner: Chris Cash (7:33)

Notes: 1/2*

OA: 50 CR: 34 MQ: 66

Patterson: “Chris Cash steals the win with the help of his tag team partner GQ but they could be in for some payback when they face Petey Williams and Nate Webb in a tag team match later tonight.”

Guppie: “He picked up the win no matter how he did it though. Our next match features my hero, Danny Daniels, taking on Roderick Strong.”

Patterson: “Roderick is a man who knows how to pack a punch. His offense is considered one of the strongest on the indy scene and he knows how to make a move hurt.”

Guppie: “But he’s in the ring with Danny Daniels who knows how to wrestle like no one else.”

Segment 2: Danny Daniels vs. Roderick Strong

The two men circle each other then go into a collar and elbow tie up. Strong takes control with a hammerlock but Daniels turns it into his own hammerlock fairly quickly. Strong counters it with a snapmare then drills Daniels in the back with a sharp kick. Strong takes control of the match and works the back of Daniels as he is known to do. Strong eventually hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker that sends Daniels rolling to the outside of the ring clutching his back. Strong charges and goes for a baseball slide but Daniels moves out of the way and pulls Strong out of the ring. Daniels grabs Strong and whips him into the ring post. Daniels grabs Strong by the back of the head and slams him into the guardrail and Strong grabs his head in pain. Daniels moves in and Strong grabs him by the front of his trunks and throws him face first into the guardrail. Strong picks Daniels up and runs him back first into the ring post then rolls him into the ring. Strong picks Daniels up and drops him with a double underhook backbreaker then goes right into a cover for a two count.

Strong pulls Daniels to his feet and whips him into the ropes. Strong gets ready to grab Daniels for a tilt-a-whirl but Daniels sees it coming and plasters Strong with a big kick to the side of the head. Daniels holds his back as he pulls Strong to his feet. Daniels pastes Strong with some forearms and shoves him into the corner. Daniels unloads with a series of knife edge chops then sets Strong on the top rope. Daniels climbs up the ropes and nails Strong with a few more chops then picks him up and nails a superplex. Both men are down in the ring. Strong moves to get to his feet and Daniels does the same as he holds his back. Both men get to their feet and Strong charges with a clothesline but Daniels ducks it. Strong turns around and Daniels drops him with a DDT. Daniels works Strong over then picks him up and drops him with the cradle piledriver to get the three count.

Winner: Danny Daniels (14:21)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 55 CR: 30 MQ: 81

Guppie: “Danny Daniels gets another magnificent victory here in the SMWA.”

Patterson: “He earned that match against Roderick Strong. Those two men both put it all on the line and gave it their best and Daniels came out on top that time.”

Guppie: “That time and every time Mike. It’s time for the tag team match already. Webb and Cash have had a little time to rest but they should be good to go for the match.”

Patterson: “This match was made earlier tonight when GQ interfered for Cash to beat Webb and then Williams came in to make the save. This is going to be a heated match between these two teams.”

Segment 3: Petey Williams & Nate Webb vs. The New School (GQ & Chris Cash)

The match starts as all four men are in the ring and brawling. The New School gains the upperhand early as brawling is what they do best with their CZW background. Webb fights back with his own strikes. Williams turns his fight against GQ around as he trips GQ then locks in a fujiwara armbar but GQ gets to the ropes and breaks up the hold. Webb sends Cash to the outside of the ring with a clothesline and lets the ref escort him to his corner. Williams pulls GQ to his feet and whips him into the far ropes and nails him with a big dropkick. Williams grabs GQ and gets a rear chinlock on. GQ gets to his feet and drops down with a jaw breaker on Williams then makes the tag to Cash. Cash comes in and levels Williams with a clothesline. Cash holds Williams just out of reach for a tag to Webb then hits him with a backbody drop. Williams plays the FiP as The New School work him over.

The New School go for a doomsday device but Williams ducks the clothesline from GQ then hits Cash with a reverse hurrincanranna. Williams gets to his feet and rolls forward to tag in Webb. Webb comes in and beats down on both members of the New School. Webb hits Cash with a tornado DDT then takes himself and GQ out of the ring with a big clothesline. Cash recovers and gets to his feet in time for Williams to come off the top rope with a crossbody block that gets a two count. Williams pulls Cash to his feet then nails him with the flipping piledriver and covers him for a three count.

Winner: Williams & Webb (12:47)

Notes: *1/4

OA: 54 CR: 33 MQ: 76

Patterson: “Nate Webb gets a little bit of revenge on the New School here tonight in an impressive showing in this tag team match.”

Guppie: “Webb took almost no punishment in that match at all and when he came in he just cleared the ring. The New School did a good job of working Williams over but there are two men on a team and that’s what they forgot.”

Patterson: “Indeed. In our next match Vito Thomaselli takes on N8 Mattson. Mattson has been displaying a new vicious attitude. He destroyed Johnny Spade and made him bleed all over the ring and at the last show he destroyed Chris Divine’s neck. However Vito is coming off a big win against Chance Beckett last month which is an impressive not on Vito’s record.”

Guppie: “But Mattson has been on a roll for a long time. Ever since he won the Midwest Invitation he’s been undefeated. Vito’s going to have a tough time of being the first man to stop his streak.”

Segment 4: Vito

Vito Thomaselli comes down to the ring to a good amount of cheering from the crowd. Vito slides into the ring and takes the mic from the announcer.

Vito: “Last month I defied all expectations when I beat Chance Beckett in that ring. Tonight I’m going to defy the odds again. N8 Mattson has been undefeated since he won the Midwest Invitational Tournament but that doesn’t scare me. I’m not impressed by that record because he hasn’t fought me. He hasn’t fought any of the big name talent here in the SMWA. He’s fought a lot of the up and comers and beaten them. That’s good for him. He’s better than the new guys. Which I guess would put him at my level. When he beats me then I’ll be impressed. Everybody expects me to lose but I do not. I always expect victory. I don’t doubt this will be a tough fight but somebody has to end N8's streak and it might as well be me.”

OA: 51

Segment 5: N8 Mattson vs. Vito Thomaselli

The two men square off and they start the match by letting fists fly as they just pummel each other and Vito backs Mattson up then takes him down with an armdrag and goes into an armbar. Mattson rolls out of the hold and delivers a kick to the side of Vito’s head. The two men get to their feet and face off again. They lock up this time and Mattson goes behind with a hammerlock. Vito jumps up then comes down with a snapmare but Mattson holds onto the arm and Vito flips over still in the hammerlock. Mattson grabs Vito by the face and slams him down to the mat. Mattson picks Vito up and traps his arm behind his back as he powerslams him to the mat. Mattson continues to control the match working on the arm of Vito. Mattson continues to trap the arm on some big impact moves trying to really jolt the arm. Mattson traps the arm behind Vito as he goes for a northern lights suplex but Vito gets his arm free and takes Mattson down with a DDT.

Vito holds his arm to his midsection as he gets to his feet. Vito pulls Mattson to his feet and nails him with a T-bone suplex. Vito works Mattson over with big impact moves just trying to wear Mattson down to pin him. Vito picks Mattson up and drops him with a brainbuster and gets a two count. Vito pulls Mattson to his feet and whips him into the corner and lights him up with some chops. Mattson shakes them off then spins Vito around and puts him in the corner. Vito nails Mattson with some forearms then grabs him and goes for a tornado DDT but Mattson holds him up then sets him back on the turnbuckle. Mattson turns around and takes Vito off the top with an iconoclasm. Mattson goes for the cover and gets a two count. Vito struggles to his feet and Mattson hits him with an armbar takedown then goes right into a fujiwara armbar. Vito fights out of the hold but Mattson holds onto the arm then spins Vito around and gets him with a cross armbreaker. Mattson extends the arm and Vito is quick to tap out.

Winner: N8 Mattson (13:18)

Notes: **

OA: 62 CR: 42 MQ: 82

Patterson: “What a contest between those two men. Vito came out confident but Mattson came out ready and he took the arm of Vito and just destroyed it.”

Guppie: “That’s what makes Mattson so dangerous in the ring. He focuses on one thing and then he just works it the entire match. He can change what body part that is but he always stays on it.”

Patterson: “That’s what makes a great wrestler. Up next former SMWA Champion, Jimmy Jacobs, takes on the most controversial man in independent wrestling, Teddy Hart.”

Guppie: “This is going to be a high flying battle. I can’t wait to see what these two men do in the ring.”

Segment 6: Teddy Hart vs. Jimmy Jacobs

Defying Guppie’s prediction the two men start the match out with a chain wrestling sequence that sees both men exchanging holds and flowing through them competently. The action starts to get going though as Hart counters a side headlock with a backbody drop but Jacobs flips and lands on his feet. Jacobs takes Hart over with a japanese armdrag as he turns around and then the two men go through an exchange of armdrags. The two men then go through a pinning sequence but can’t get the fall. They both roll up to their feet and face off to applause from the crowd. Hart gets on the ropes and gets the crowd going and a Hart chant starts. The two men lock up in the ring and Jacobs goes behind Hart and throws him for a german suplex but Hart flips over and lands on his feet. He grabs Jacobs from behind as he gets up and drops him on his head with a german suplex. Hart goes to the top rope and hits Jacobs with a missile dropkick. Hart continues the big impact offense up wearing Jacobs down.

Hart goes to the well too many times as Jacobs catches Hart on the ropes and racks him up. Jacobs climbs up and hits him with a superplex that leaves both men down. Hart gets to his feet first but Jacobs manages to avoid his punches and take him down with a neckbreaker and keep the advantage. Jacobs starts working Hart over but Hart won’t stay down for the three count. The two men start to go back and forth trading big moves. Hart hits Jacobs with a tornado reverse DDT then goes to the top for a shooting star press but Jacobs rolls out of the way. Jacobs grabs Hart as he gets to his feet and runs up the ropes and hits the contra code for a long two count. Jacobs pulls Hart to his feet and whips him into the ropes and goes for the big furry boot but Hart ducks it. Jacobs turns around and Hart drops him with a DDT then flips Jacobs over and locks in a sharpshooter to the delight of the crowd. Jacobs fights the hold and slowly manages to crawl to the ropes and break the hold. Hart gets up and waits for Jacobs to get up confidently. Jacobs defies his expectations and pops up with a dropkick that takes Hart down. Hart gets to his feet and Jacobs nails him with the big furry boot to get the three count.

Winner: Jimmy Jacobs (15:57)

Notes: *3/4

OA: 60 CR: 43 MQ: 78

Patterson: “Teddy Hart put in a great effort there but Jimmy Jacobs was just too much for him in that match.”

Guppie: “Those two men kept the match on the mat despite what I expected from the two of them and they made a nice showing of it.”

Patterson: “If you folks thought those last two matches were great prepare to be blown away because it’s time for the main event. Alex Shelley makes his first title defense against Chance Beckett in a two out of three falls match.”

Guppie: “Shelley is starting his reign off with a very difficult match here. This could prove to be the toughest defense of his reign and if he can get through this match he’s going to have gone through the worst competition right at the start.”

Patterson: “This is the third match between these two men. Chance Beckett won the first match and Shelley beat Beckett in a match that got him the title shot where he won the title. This time the title is on the line and the winner of this match is going to be the winner of their best of three and the SMWA Championship.”

Segment 7: Another Chance

Chance Beckett walks out to the ring slowly and climbs through the ropes. He takes the mic from the announcer and starts talking.

Beckett: “Tonight I have an opportunity, once again, to get the SMWA Championship around my waist. Tonight I have an opportunity that I can not waist! Alex Shelley you are a tough competitor there is no doubt about that. Tonight though I have a losing streak I need to break and I plan on breaking it tonight. I’m not going to be a loser anymore. I’m not going to be a joke to all of these fans! The SMWA Championship will be mine someday and today is that day. I’ve been held back from the championship for too long. I can’t stand the fact that people consider you a better wrestler than me. I know it isn’t true and I am going to prove it tonight. Tonight you can’t beat me with one lucky fall. Tonight is all about the man who has the skills and I am that man. This is two out of three falls and I am going to win the first two falls and put you out of your misery. This is going to be your first and last title defense!”

OA: 75

Segment 8: Alex Shelley © vs. Chance Beckett (2/3 Falls, SMWA Championship)

The two men circle each other slowly before locking up. Shelley takes the advantage with a hammerlock but Beckett quickly reverses it into his own hammerlock. Shelley jumps up and snapmares Beckett over and quickly grabs him with a rear chinlock. The two men go slowly at the start trying to wear each other down with submission holds and looking to find a weakness on their opponent to exploit. Shelley makes the first big move as Beckett goes for a suplex but Shelley counters it while he’s in the air and swings himself down with a huge DDT that gets him a two count on Beckett. Shelley starts to hit some impact moves to keep Beckett down but Beckett keeps fighting back and won’t stay down. Shelley goes for a vertical suplex but Beckett blocks the attempt then trips Shelley down and gets him in a figure four leglock. Shelly quickly wiggles backwards to grab the ropes and break the count. Shelley gets to his feet apparently unfazed by the hold. Beckett moves in and Shelley catches him with a superkick that drops him to the mat. Shelley grabs Beckett’s foot and puts him in an STF. Beckett looks ready to tap but he fights the urge and the hold and slowly drags his way until he can grab the ropes.

Beckett gets to his feet already looking tired. Shelley moves in and starts nailing Beckett with forearms then whips him into the ropes. Shelley goes for a clothesline but Beckett drops in front of him and dropkicks him in the knees dropping him face first to the mat. Beckett ties his feet up in Shelley’s and goes for an indian deathlock but Shelley had enough time to make his way to the ropes and stop the hold. Beckett pulls Shelley to his feet and is met with a european uppercut. Shelley picks Beckett up and drops him with a brainbuster. Shelley covers Beckett and gets a long two count. Shelley is frustrated and pulls Beckett to his feet and whips him into the corner. Shelley charges but Beckett meets him with a boot to the face. Shelley comes in again but Beckett gets both feet around Shelley’s head then hits a hurrincanranna that sends Shelley face first into the turnbuckles. Beckett pulls Shelley to his feet and goes for a shin breaker but Shelley flips over and lands behind Beckett and nails him with a bridging german suplex for a two count. Shelley takes the offensive for a short time but Beckett quickly fights back with a series of kicks to Shelley’s right leg. Shelley falls to the mat and Beckett pulls him up then drops him with a shin breaker. Shelley hits the match clutching his right leg.

Beckett grabs the right leg of Shelley and puts him in a leglock. Shelley fights the pain and sits up to nail Beckett with knife edge chops across the chest and Beckett lets go of the hold. Shelley fights to his feet using the ropes. Beckett gets to his feet and hits Shelley with a chop block to the back of the knees then starts working over the leg of Shelley and keeps Shelley down on the mat and in pain. Shelley manages to stay near the ropes so that Beckett can’t trap him in a hold. Beckett starts to get pissed off at Shelley and starts nailing him with forearms and chops in the corner. Beckett sets Shelley up on the top rope but Shelley nails him with some punches to the head then grabs him and nails him with a tornado DDT and both men are down. Beckett gets to his feet and Shelley is trying to get up without putting weight on his right leg. Beckett pulls Shelley to his feet and Shelley grabs him and nails the shell shock. Shelley crawls over and covers Beckett to get a three count and the first fall. (16:43)

After the 30 second rest Beckett comes at Shelley with a vengeance. Shelley tries to catch him with some quick pinfalls but he can’t get a three count with them. Beckett slows down the pace and regains his composure. Shelley holds onto the ropes keeping the weight of his right leg. Beckett nails Shelley with a forearm to the side of the head then pulls him off the ropes and hits him with a snap suplex. Beckett grabs the right leg of Shelley then drops a several elbows to the knee. Beckett flips Shelley over and goes for the indian deathlock but Shelley trips Beckett up with his legs and escapes from the hold. Beckett gets to his feet but Shelley swipes his feet our from underneath sending him back to the mat. Shelley goes for a cover and gets a short two count. The two men get to their feet and trade forearms. Beckett gets a flash of inspiration and nails Shelley with a snap kick to his right leg and Shelley drops to one knee. Beckett steps up on the good knee for a shining wizard but Shelley traps the leg and gets Beckett in an ankle lock. Shelley cranks on the hold but Beckett flips onto his back and flips Shelley over breaking the hold.

Beckett gets to his feet and delivers stomps to Shelley who is still down on the mat. Beckett pulls Shelley to his feet then picks him up and drops him with a brainbuster. Beckett goes for the cover and gets a two count. Beckett picks Shelley up and goes for a powerbomb but Shelley reverses it with a hurrincanranna into a pin and gets a two count. Beckett kicks out strongly and gets to his feet and delivers a kick to Shelley’s right leg that takes him down then hits a running kick right to the face of Shelley that sits him on his back. Beckett grabs the legs of Shelley and traps him in a figure four leglock. Shelley is in pain and manages to avoid several close counts as he rests on his back. Shelley slowly starts turning sideways attempting to flip the hold but Beckett brings him back down to his back. Shelley tries to turning it the other way but Beckett brings him back down again. Shelley concentrates and turns hard flipping the hold. Beckett struggles in the hold before he manages to break it and free himself from the pain.

Shelley crawls to the ropes and uses them to pull himself to his feet. Beckett charges and takes Shelley over the ropes and to the outside. Beckett follows him out of the ring. Beckett picks Shelley up for a belly to back suplex then runs Shelley’s knee into the ringpost then drops Shelley down on the gym floor. Beckett picks Shelley up and rolls him into the ring then grabs his legs and pulls him around the ringpost. Beckett taunts the crowd then locks on a figure four leglock around the ringpost. Shelley grabs the ropes next to him and yells in pain. The ref slides out of the ring and applies the count and forcefully breaks the hold at the four count. Beckett gets to his feet on the outside and bows to the crowd as they boo him then he flips him the bird. Beckett rolls into the ring then picks Shelley up and hits another shin breaker then flips Shelley over and gets the indian deathlock on him. Shelley fights the hold and tries to grab the ropes but the holds on in the middle of the ring. Beckett really starts cranking on the hold, pulling down on the leg hard. Shelley shakes his head no and Beckett comes down really hard and Shelley taps out giving Beckett the second fall. (35:56)

After the 30 second break Shelley is still down on the mat and Beckett pulls Shelley into the middle of the ring and goes for the indian deathlock again but Shelley flips onto his back as Beckett goes for the hold and kicks him in the midsection. Shelley gets to his feet and nails Beckett with the shell shock again but can’t capitalize on it. Shelley lays on his back before rolling over and crawling over to cover Beckett. Beckett kicks out for a long two count. Shelley gets to his feet limping on his right leg. Beckett gets to his feet using the ropes and Shelley grabs him with a rear waistlock and nails a german suplex and tries to bridge it but his leg gives out and he has to break the bridge. Beckett gets to his feet grabbing his neck while Shelley has trouble getting to his feet on his leg. Shelley makes an akward run to nail Beckett in the back of the head with a clothesline that sends him laying limply in the corner. Shelley picks Beckett up and sets him on the top rope. Shelley climbs up the ropes and nails Beckett with some forearms to the back of his neck then stands up on the top rope. Shelley picks Beckett up and hits a big belly to back suplex off the top rope and flips Beckett over and leaves Shelley lying there on his back.

Shelley slowly gets to his feet and pulls Beckett out of the ropes and drops down on him with a cover and Beckett amazingly kicks out at a two count and Shelley and the crowd can’t believe it. Shelley picks Beckett up and goes for the shell shock but Beckett counters it with an STO. Beckett lays his arm over Shelley for his own two count. Beckett crawls down to Shelley’s feet and flips him over and locks on the indian deathlock. Shelley is clutching his head in pain and reaches out for the ropes and slowly drags himself so he can grab the ropes. Beckett pulls Shelley to his feet and grabs Shelley for a reverse DDT and talks some trash to Shelley. Shelley spins around and hits Beckett with a northern lights suplex. Shelley gets to his feet and spins Beckett over and gets him in the STF. Shelley cranks back on the neck and Beckett starts flailing out for the ropes but he’s trapped in the middle of the ring with nowhere to go. Beckett fights the hold for as long as he can. Shelley pulls back even farther on the neck. Beckett screams in pain then taps out.

Winner: Alex Shelley (46:21)

Notes: **1/2

OA: 72 CR: 62 MQ: 82

Patterson: “What an amazing match by those two men! They went all out in that match for over forty-five minutes. Those two men took an incredible beating and neither one of them wanted to give up.”

Guppie: “Beckett fought the STF for as long as he could but Shelley had delivers quite a few big impact moves on his neck and he was really cranking on the neck with the STF and Beckett had no where to go.”

Patterson: “Alex Shelley showed beyond a shadow of a doubt that he has the heart of a champion and he put it all on the line in that match. Be sure to check out smwawrestling.com for more info on upcoming shows. For Brian Guppie and everybody else at the Southern Michigan Wrestling Alliance thank you for supporting us this year and we hope to bring you great wrestling action for many years to come!”

Overall: 61

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