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In 2004 there has been a noticable lack of strong hardcore wrestling. IWA: MS and CZW have gone to a much more workrate oriented style, XPW has closed and few other promotions have taken the risk to run a hardcore style. This is about to change with the beginning of Lethal Pro Wrestling. LPW plans to bring some of the top deathmatch wrestlers from across America, along with some strong workrate based wrestling. The first show will take place on September 25th, 2004 and be headlined by a Heavyweight Title Tournament.

Already signed on to appear for LPW are...

- Altar Boy Luke

- B Boy

- Bobby Quance

- Homicide

- JC Bailey

- Joel Maximo

- Jose Maximo

- Josh Prohibition

- Justice Pain

- Kaos

- Kid Kash

- Matt Sydal

- Matt Cross

- Mikey Batts

- Nate Webb

- Necro Butcher

- Petey Williams

- Puma

- Roderick Strong

- Ruckus

- Sabian

- Sabu

- Super Dragon

- Supreme

- The Sandman

- Toby Klein

- The card for LPW's Genesis will be posted shortly.

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Yes, God yes. If this is anything even close to the original LPW, I will absolutely treasure it. I like your roster, it's got a few really good guys that people rarely use in diaries such as this, which I really like. I'm really looking forward to seeing what you can come up with.

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Strong roster, some of my favourite indy talent on their. Quick question, who are Toby Klein and Puma, I'm not informed on those two at all.

Puma works out of So Cal (PWG, NJPW-USA) and is also known as Pinoy Boy or TJ Perkins.

Not sure about Toby Klien though.

Klein is a very talented deathmatch worker from the Midwest. He does most of his work with IWA:MS

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Card for LPW I: Genesis

- September 25th, 2004

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament

- "The Homicidal" Sabu vs. "The Notorious 187" Homicide

- "The Rock Superstar" Kaos vs. Justice Pain

- The Sandman vs. "The Human Horror Film" Supreme

- Kid Kash vs. "The New Age Punisher" B-Boy

+ The tournament semi-finals

Four Corners of Pain

- Necro Butcher vs. "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein

Jr. Heavyweight Showcase

- Bobby Quance vs. Super Dragon

- All this and more on September 25th, 2004!

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LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament

- "The Homocidal" Sabu vs. "The Notorious 187" Homicide

- "The Rock Superstar" Kaos vs. Justice Pain

- The Sandman vs. "The Human Horror Film" Supreme

- Kid Kash (Please?)vs. "The New Age Punisher" B-Boy

+ The tournament semi-finals

Four Corners of Pain

- Necro Butcher vs. "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein

Jr. Heavyweight Showcase

- Bobby Quance vs. Super Dragon

- All this and more on September 25th, 2004!

Looks like a strong card, should be a good show.

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Card for LPW I: Genesis

- September 25th, 2004

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament

- "The Homocidal" Sabu vs. "The Notorious 187" Homicide

- "The Rock Superstar" Kaos vs. Justice Pain

- The Sandman vs. "The Human Horror Film" Supreme

- Kid Kash vs. "The New Age Punisher" B-Boy

+ The tournament semi-finals

Four Corners of Pain

- Necro Butcher vs. "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein

Jr. Heavyweight Showcase

- Bobby Quance vs. Super Dragon

It looks like a really kickass show, you have a great roster and hopefully this continues, there arent many hardcore diaries around.

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- "The Homicidal" Sabu vs. "The Notorious 187" Homicide

- "The Rock Superstar" Kaos vs. Justice Pain

- The Sandman vs. "The Human Horror Film" Supreme

- Kid Kash vs. "The New Age Punisher" B-Boy

Not sure what the Semi Final brackets would be but I see B-Boy vs Homicide in the finals.

- Necro Butcher vs. "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein

- Bobby Quance vs. Super Dragon

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LPW 1: Genesis

September 25, 2004

Four Corners of Pain: Necro Butcher vs. “Mr. Insanity” Toby Klein

In each corner of the ring is a different board covered with things. There is a board covered with light tubes, barbed wire, a tack board and the fourth is a light tube log cabin. Necro and Klein start the match off exchanging stiff rights and lefts, which is a regular feature in a Necro Butcher match. Klein gained the advantage and whipped Necro into the ropes. Once he returned, Klein took him down with a lariat and went to the corner of the ring for the light tube covered board. He put it on top of Necro so that the light tubes were on him before going to the top rope. Klein jumped on top of the board, but the Necro Butcher rolled out of the way and the tubes shattered across the ring mat. Necro quickly went after Klein with some STIFF forearms before tossing him over the top rope and onto the ground. On the outside of the ring, Necro grabbed a steel chair from the crowd and slammed it across Klein’s back before climbing up to the ring apron with it. Chair assisted leg drop from Necro, and Klein looks like he is out of it. Necro Butcher is not done dishing out the punishment though, as he grabs the barbed wire covered board and brought it to the outside of the ring. He propped it up between two chairs and picked Mr. Insanity up to the ring apron. He tried to push him off the apron and into the board, but Klein blocked it and took Necro Butcher off the apron and crashing through the board with a vertical suplex! Holy shit! Klein ripped Necro’s shirt off as he tore him away from the barbed wire and began to punch him in the face. Klein then slammed Necro’s head into the turnbuckle post before sliding him into the ring and making the cover, one, two, no! Necro Butcher kicked out! Klein picks Necro up and dropped him right onto the tack board with a back suplex! Necro Butcher’s back is covered in blood, and now tacks as well. Klein picked Necro Butcher up again and leaned him in the corner of the ring. After a few punches, Klein grabbed the light tube log cabin and laid it in the middle of the ring. He called for a Death Valley Driver on top of it to take Necro out, but he rolled off Klein’s back and lifted him up off his feet. Vertical suplex by the Necro Butcher sends Klein over the top rope and crashing on the broken barbed wire board that was left on the ground! Necro slowly goes to the outside of the ring and picks Toby Klein up from the ground and rolling him into the ring. Before going into the ring, Necro grabbed a chair and tossed it inside before rolling into the ring. He picked up the chair and put Klein’s head in between the gap. Necro then kicked the back of Klein’s knees to bring him to the mat before pushing down on the top of the chair to try to choke Klein out. Mr. Insanity managed to reach the bottom rope to get free from the Butcher, but before he could get the chair off his neck, Necro hit him with another chair. Klein fell right to the mat, and the chair fell off of his neck. He tried to crawl away from Necro, but it did not work as Necro Butcher picked him up and lifted Klein onto his shoulders, Death Valley Driver through the light tube log cabin! Holy shit! Necro Butcher makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Necro Butcher has won a bloody match.

Winner: Necro Butcher

50, 31, 70

After the match a bloody Necro Butcher celebrated in the ring and tried to get some of the tacks out of his back, Supreme made his way to the ring carrying a giant light tube cross. He carried the cross over his shoulder as he made his way down to the ring. He leaned it up against the ring before grabbing a microphone and climbing the steps to enter the ring.

Supreme: “Necro Butcher, I see you won the first ever match here in LPW. It’s too bad that it will be overshadowed by me winning the LPW Heavyweight Title next month. But don’t worry Butcher, after I win the title next month, I will be sure to give you a shot at it. I know that you want some gold around your waist, just because you haven’t held any titles that mean anything.

From what I have heard, a match between us is some sort of Death match fan dream match. You, the most insane man in wrestling against me, the Human Horror Film. Necro Butcher, you’ve seen what I have done to people out in California, but I’m still holding something back for you. I’ve been waiting for years to get a chance to fight some of the high profile names in deathmatches, now I have my chance. Watch out Butcher, watch out. I’m ready for you Necro, but I don’t think you are ready for me.”

Suddenly, the Necro Butcher rushes out of the ring and charges at Supreme. Necro Butcher let Supreme get away once he reached the entrance. He yelled out loud before grabbing the light tube cross and dragging it backstage, seemingly in search of Supreme.

Jr. Heavyweight Showcase: Super Dragon vs. Bobby Quance

These two are very familiar with each other, they have wrestled together in Southern California many times. They show familiarity with each other as they grapple to start off the match. Quance quickly went for a waist lock on Dragon, but Dragon got behind Quance and shoved him into the ropes. Once Quance returned from the ropes, he dodged a Super Dragon lariat and ran the ropes again before going for a tornado DDT. Dragon shoved Quance away after they spun and quickly rushed at Quance for a yakuza kick. Quance ducked underneath it and went for a spinning heel kick, but Dragon put up his arms to block it. With Quance on the mat after missing the kick, Super Dragon immediately tried to stomp his head, but Quance dodged out of the way and eventually rolled out of the ring to avoid Super Dragon. Quance caught his breath on the outside of the ring for a second before Super Dragon went for a baseball slide. Quance reversed it and pulled Dragon onto the floor before hitting him in the head with some forearms. Dragon quickly returned the favor before trying to whip Quance into the ring. Bobby Quance somehow slid in the ring and held onto the ropes so he would spin back out and took Super Dragon to the ground with a huracanrana! The crowd applauded Quance as he hit that impressive move. Quance got up to his feet and slid into the ring as Dragon was still on the ground. Dragon slowly got up to his feet, but once he did Quance went for a springboard shooting star plancha. Super Dragon caught him and quickly dropped him right onto the ground with a Michinoku Driver! Dragon slid Quance into the ring and went for the cover, one, two, no! Quance kicked out. An outraged Dragon went right back to work on Bobby Quance. He lifted his arms and head up from the mat before kicking his face right back into it with a nasty curb stomp! A small holy shit chant came from the crowd as Super Dragon then climbed up to the top rope. Double foot stomp by Dragon! He makes the cover on Quance again, one, two, no! Dragon picked Quance up from the mat and brought him over to the corner of the ring where he hit a few forearms and elbows. Following that, Dragon brought him to the middle of the ring for a VIOLENCE PARTY! More forearms and elbows followed before Super Dragon took Quance to the mat with a sickening lariat. With Quance laying almost broken in half on the mat, Super Dragon makes the cover, one, two, three. It’s over. Super Dragon absolutely decimated Bobby Quance in this match, as Quance was not able to get in very much offense.

Winner: Super Dragon

65, 36, 95

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 1: B-Boy vs. Kid Kash

They started the match off sizing each other out. Although they are both cruiserweights, they wrestle much different styles. B-Boy is more of a high impact, hard hitting wrestler, while Kid Kash is more of a old school style worker, with a touch of the new style mixed in. Once each man worked out a plan in their head, they grappled up. B-Boy tried to shove Kash into the ropes so he could hit one of his big elbows or forearms. Kash managed to hold on to B-Boy, and eventually took him to the ground with an arm drag. He held onto B-Boy’s arm as he was on the mat and wrenched on it with an arm bar. B-Boy managed to power up to his feet while Kash continued to apply the hold, but he soon got free and sent Kash running into the ropes with an irish whip. Once Kash returned he slid through B-Boy’s legs, which lead to a leapfrog sequence before Kash finally got up to his feet and took B-Boy to the ground with a huracanrana. Kash then ran the ropes and dropped an elbow onto B-Boy’s chest before covering him, one, two, no! B-Boy kicked out of it. Kash picked B-Boy up from the mat and brought him over to the corner of the ring, where he began to light up his chest with some nasty knife edge chops followed by a snap mare. With B-Boy in a sitting position on the mat, Kash ran the ropes and hit him with a dropkick right to the face! A loud smack echoed through the arena from that big move. Kash went for another cover, one, two, no! B-Boy kicked out again. Kash once again picked up B-Boy, but this time he sent him into the ropes. Once he came back, B-Boy slid through Kash’s legs and got up to his feet to deliver some stiff forearms to Kash’s face. B-Boy had Kash retreating towards the ropes before knocking him to the outside of the ring with a clothesline over the top. B-Boy waited for Kash to get up to his feet on the outside before taking a running start and knocking him back to the ground with a nasty baseball slide. Kash went crashing into the crowd barricade from the impact. With Kid Kash leaning against the barricade, B-Boy ran at him and went for a boot to the face, but Kash blocked it and brought B-Boy down to the ground with a single leg takedown. Kash then went back inside the ring and caught his breath as B-Boy was getting up from the ground. Once B-Boy got inside the ring, Kash immediately started to stomp at him before giving him a stiff kick right to the ribs. B-Boy clutched his ribs in pain as Kid Kash lifted him up from the mat and brought him to the corner of the ring. He lifted B-Boy up to the top rope and called for a superplex, but B-Boy shoved Kash off the ropes and into the middle of the ring. Double foot stomp from B-Boy, and Kid Kash looks like he is out! B-Boy makes the pin, one, two, no! Kid Kash got his foot on the bottom rope. B-Boy picked Kash up from the mat and called for a brainbuster to end the match, but Kash quickly reversed the move into a small cradle, one, two, three! Kid Kash has stolen a victory from B-Boy.

Winner: Kid Kash

67, 47, 87

After the match, Kid Kash quickly rolls out of the ring and raises his arms in the air as he walks off to the back. B-Boy stays inside the ring, and he seems to be upset that he just lost a big opportunity. He hits the ropes before going backstage in anger.

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 1: Justice Pain vs. Kaos

Each man came to the ring with some backup. Justice Pain brought a box full of light tubes, and Kaos dragged two tables that were wrapped in barbed wire down to the ring. Once Kaos got near the ring, Justice Pain immediately went to the outside of the ring and started to throw some wild punches. Pain pummeled Kaos until he retreated towards the crowd barricade. With Kaos’ back on the barricade, Justice Pain sent him over it and into the crowd with a clothesline. The crowd all backed off as Justice Pain went beyond the barricade as well and lifted up Kaos. He slammed Kaos’ head on a vacant chair. With Kaos laying on the ground in a broken heap, Justice Pain picked up a chair and slammed his back with it before tossing Kaos back to ringside. Pain slid Kaos into the ring and began to work on the outside on stacking the two tables that were wrapped in barbed wire. He didn’t have much time, as Kaos got up to his feet and took Justice Pain down with a springboard plancha once he was done stacking the tables. Kaos picked Justice Pain up from the ground and slammed his head onto the bottom table. He tried to roll Pain on top of the table, but it was blocked as Justice Pain hit Kaos in the gut with an elbow. Pain then went back for the chairs as he took a swing at Kaos, but Kaos dodged out of the way before smashing the chair into Justice Pain’s face with a super kick. Kaos slid Justice Pain into the ring and went for the cover, one, two no! Pain kicked out. Kaos picked Pain up from the mat and brought him over to the corner of the ring, where he began to chop at his chest before lifting him up to the top rope. Super ‘rana by Kaos! He makes the cover on Justice Pain, one, two, no! Pain kicked out. As Justice Pain laid in the middle of the ring, trying to recuperate, Kaos went to the outside of the ring and unstacked the two tables. He put them side by side before going back into the ring and going after Justice Pain again. But as Kaos went into the ring, Justice Pain got the best of him with a nasty light tube shot. Pain grabbed two more light tubes and tossed one over Kaos’ head before shattering it with the other light tube. Broken glass fell across Kaos’ back as he laid on the mat. With Kaos down on the mat, Justice Pain went to the ring apron and hit a slingshot leg drop across the back of Kaos’ head and neck before making the pin, one, two, no! Kaos kicked out of it. Justice Pain picked Kaos up from the mat and tried to toss him over the top rope, which would have sent him crashing through the table, but Kaos reversed it and quickly rolled up Justice Pain with a small cradle, one, two, no! Pain kicked out! They simultaneously got up to their feet. Kaos went for a lariat on Justice Pain, but Pain ducked underneath it and set Kaos up for a german suplex. Kaos began to fight back, as things did not look good for him. He got free from Pain and ran the ropes before hitting him in the face with a forearm. Pain staggered back to the ropes, which allowed Kaos to hit him with a springboard spin kick to the side of the head. With Pain seemingly out of it, Kaos picked him up from the mat and went to the corner of the ring. He lifted Pain up to the top turnbuckle and then hoisted him up to his shoulders. Super Death Valley Driver! Kaos makes the cover, one, two, no! Holy shit, Justice Pain kicked out! Kaos picked Justice Pain back up from the mat again and sent him into the ropes. Once Pain came back he went for a lariat on Kaos, but Kaos ducked underneath it and brought him to the mat with a falling neck breaker. Instead of going for the cover, Kaos sent Justice Pain running into the ropes once again. Pain returned, only to get sent to the outside of the ring and crashing through the two barbed wire tables after a back body drop from Kaos. Justice Pain is completely ripped up, and it seems as if he is no longer conscious. Kaos slid him into the ring and made the cover, one, two, three! Kaos has defeated Justice Pain, and will go on to face the winner of the Homicide vs. Sabu match later tonight.

Winner: Kaos

63, 48, 79

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 1: Sabu vs. Homicide

Homicide started the match off on the offensive as he brought the stiffness to Sabu with some brutal forearms to the side of his head, which lead Sabu to retreat towards the corner of the ring. Sabu put his guard up in the corner as he put his arms up to block more shots to the head from Homicide, but that plan failed as Homicide then quickly nailed him with a kick in the gut and dropped him to the mat face first with a DDT. Homicide allowed Sabu to slowly get up to his feet before giving him another brutal shot to his head, but this time it was a kick. With Sabu on his hands and knees, Homicide ran the ropes before delivering another huge kick to the side of Sabu’s head and making a cover, one, two, no! Sabu kicked out. Homicide picked Sabu up from the mat and brought him over to the corner of the ring, where he continued to stiff the shit out of him with brutal forearms. As Homicide took a step back, Sabu staggered out of the corner of the ring, but only to hit right into a nasty roaring elbow by Homicide! Sabu looks like he is knocked out, and Homicide makes another cover, one, two, no! He picked Sabu up again, but this time he went away from the beat the hell out of him strategy and whipped Sabu into the ropes. As Sabu returned he jumped up and took Homicide down to the mat with a quick huracanrana before going to the outside of the ring and grabbing a steel chair. He set it up inside the ring and called for a triple jump moonsault to try to take Homicide out right now, but Homicide was playing possum, and once Sabu jumped off the chair, he was caught by Homicide and tossed into the corner with a huge release northern lights suplex. Sabu landed upside down in the corner, and remained upside down until Homicide dragged him out into the middle of the ring and made another cover, one, two, no! Sabu kicked out again! Outraged that Sabu continued to kick out of his moves, Homicide went to the steel chair and put it on top of Sabu’s face. Double foot stomp on top of the steel chair by Homicide! Sabu has to be knocked out cold. Another pin by Homicide, one, two, no! Sabu kicked out again! The crowd began to chant for Sabu as he got up to his feet, which angered Homicide. He started yelling threats at the crowd and even threw the steel chair at the barricade to scare the fans. Homicide turned his focus back to Sabu, only to turn right into some forearms. Sabu then tried to whip Homicide into the ropes, but Homicide reversed it and sent Sabu into the ropes. YAKUZA KICK!! Sabu began to bleed out of his nose as Homicide called for the Cop Killa in the middle of the ring. Sabu got up to his feet, and Homicide lifted him up to end the match, but Sabu managed to roll off Homicide’s shoulders and to the outside of the ring. Homicide followed him to the outside of the ring, and fell right into Sabu’s trap this time, as Sabu quickly turned around and smacked Homicide right in the face with a nasty chair shot and tossing him into the turnbuckle post head first. Sabu then tossed the chair into the ring and then brought Homicide into the ring. He set up the chair, triple jump moonsault! But it wasn’t over for Sabu as he grabbed the chair and climbed up to the top rope. Arabian facebuster! Sabu makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, and Sabu is moving onto the semi-finals to face Kaos.

Winner: Sabu

70, 54, 86

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 1: The Sandman vs. Supreme

From the second these two came out to the ring, the crowd was ready for a wild brawl, and that is exactly what they got. Supreme took it to Sandman early with some kicks and stomps before missing a big splash. Sandman then got up to his feet and stomped at Supreme for a while before going to the outside of the ring and grabbing a steel chair. He took a swing at Supreme’s head, but he missed and the chair slammed into the mat. Supreme then got up to his feet and hit Sandman with a few punches to his head before grabbing the steel chair and knocking him down with a wild swing. Supreme then put the chair across Sandman’s chest and dropped an elbow before making the cover, one, two, no! Sandman kicked out. Supreme picked Sandman up from the mat and tried to send him into the corner of the ring, but Sandman used his momentum to reverse the move and send Supreme crashing into the corner. With Supreme facing out towards the crowd, the Sandman grabbed his Singapore cane and slammed it across Supreme’s back to a strong ovation from the crowd. Supreme then turned around and walked into another Singapore cane shot from Sandman. This one caused him to fall to the mat and lean against the turnbuckles. Sandman took a few stomps at Supreme before sliding outside of the ring and grabbing a table that had not been set up yet from underneath the apron. He set it up in the ring and then brought Supreme up to his feet. Sandman tried to get Supreme on top of the table, but he couldn’t lifted him up. Supreme managed to get free from Sandman and slammed his head into the turnbuckle a few times followed by slamming him to the mat with a big back suplex. Supreme makes the cover, one, two, no! Sandman kicked out. Supreme picked Sandman up and tried to hit him with another back suplex through the table, but the table did not break under his weight. With the Sandman laying on top of the table, Supreme slowly climbed up to the top rope and called for the Mecca Toad Splash, but before he could just the Necro Butcher came out to the ring carrying the light tube cross. He is still bloody from his match with Mr. Insanity which took place earlier tonight. He leaned the cross against the stage before pointing at Supreme and rushing towards the ring. Supreme froze up on the top rope, which allowed the Sandman to climb up the ropes and take Supreme through the table with a super Russian leg sweep! Sandman makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, The Sandman is victorious!

Winner: The Sandman

68, 56, 81

After the match, Necro Butcher came into the ring and stood over Supreme. He said that if a match between the two of them is considered a dream match, they have to do it right, and challenged Supreme to a 200 light tubes match for next month. Supreme accepted, and now along with the LPW Title match, Supreme and The Necro Butcher will fight in a 200 light tube match.

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 2: Kaos vs. Sabu

These two started off grappling, and Kaos gained the advantage by slamming Sabu to the mat with an arm drag. He held Sabu down on the mat with an arm bar, but Sabu soon got up to his feet and powered out of the hold with some forearm shots to Kaos’ face. Kaos retreated back towards the ropes and eventually went to the outside of the ring, where he lured Sabu right into a nasty light tube shot across the eyes. Kaos then went to work on what Homicide had done to Sabu earlier and just beat on him with some forearm shots before throwing Sabu into the steel turnbuckle post head first. Sabu smacked his skull right onto the post and fell right to the ground. Kaos picked Sabu up from the ground and lifted him up from his feet. Brainbuster onto the cement floor! Sabu has to be out of it, he landed right on top of his head! Kaos rolls Sabu into the ring and makes the cover, one, two, no! Sabu kicked out! As Sabu was getting up to his feet, Kaos ran the ropes before going for a springboard tornado DDT. Sabu caught him and tried to flip him over with a northern lights suplex, but Kaos wouldn’t go over, and he eventually managed to plant Sabu’s face right into the mat with a DDT. Kaos went to the top rope and hit Sabu with a big blockbuster. He makes another cover, one, two, no! Sabu kicked out again. Kaos picked Sabu up from the mat and brought him over to the corner of the ring, where he ripped into his chest with some brutal chops before lifting Sabu up to the top. Huracanrana by Kaos- NO! Sabu caught him and dropped Kaos right to the ground with sickening super sit out powerbomb! Sabu makes the cover, one, two, no! Kaos kicked out! Sabu got up to his feet and hit Kaos with a split legged moonsault for another two count before going outside the ring and getting a steel chair. He set the chair up in the middle of the ring and called for the triple jump moonsault, but once he went for the move Kaos got up to his feet, only for Sabu to quickly change direction and hit a springboard tornado DDT! What a great move by Sabu! With Kaos back on the mat, Sabu runs the ropes again before hitting the triple jump moonsault, he makes the cover, one, two no! Kaos kicked out again! Sabu picked Kaos up from the mat and sat him on the chair before giving him a nasty dropkick to the face, which caused the chair to fall over too. With Kaos on the mat, Sabu called for the Arabian Facebuster as he grabbed the steel chair. But once Sabu got up to the top rope, Kaos met him up there and took Sabu down to the mat with a superplex. Slowly, Kaos got up to his feet and called to end the match with the Kaostrify. But Sabu got away from him and ran the ropes before hitting a kip up ‘rana. He then grabbed a steel chair and went up to the top rope. Arabian Facebuster! Sabu makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Sabu is moving onto the finals of the LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, when he will take on the winner of the Kid Kash vs. Sandman match.

Winner: Sabu

59, 37, 81

LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament, Round 2: The Sandman vs. Kid Kash

They started the match off exchanging some lefts and rights. Sandman gained the advantage and lead Kash over towards the corner of the ring with some wild punches. In the corner, Sandman hit a few more punches before trying to choke Kash out. The referee quickly got involved and broke the two apart. The Sandman then grabbed Kash by the wrist and sent him into the ropes with an irish whip. Once Kash returned he leapfrogged over Sandman before coming off the ropes again and going right into a hip toss. Sandman channeled Randy Orton and applied a rear chin lock on Kid Kash. Slowly, Kid Kash powered up to his feet and drove some elbows into Sandman’s chest to get free from the hold before running the ropes and taking Sandman down to the mat with a running forearm. With Sandman down on the mat, Kid Kash climbed up to the top rope and hit him with a moonsault before going for the cover, one, two, no! Sandman kicked out! Kid Kash ran the ropes again and hit Sandman with a leg drop before working on his legs with a figure four. The Sandman struggled to make his way over to the ropes, as Kid Kash was using all of his strength to not move. After a good amount of time struggling back and fourth, the Sandman managed to grab the bottom ring rope. Kash got up to his feet and tried to put Sandman into another Figure Four, but Sandman hit Kash in the face to get some room and get up to his feet. Once Sandman got up to his feet, Kash went right after him with some forearms, but they did not seem to phase the Sandman as he took the shots and then dished out some big shots of his own, finishing it off with a clothesline to send Kid Kash over the top rope and to the outside of the ring. Sandman followed Kash to the outside and hit him with a few more punches before sending him crashing into the crowd barricade with an irish whip. He stomped away at Kash for a moment on the outside of the ring before sliding him back in and making a cover, one, two no! Kash kicked out. The Sandman picked Kid Kash up from the mat and sent him into the ropes, but once Kash returned, he took Sandman down to one knee with a basement dropkick. From there, Kash delivered a huge boot to the Sandman’s face and made the cover, one, two, no! Sandman kicked out. Kash picked Sandman up from the mat again and tried to send him into the ropes, but Sandman reversed it and sent Kash running towards the corner of the ring. Sandman charged towards Kash, but got a boot to the face. With Sandman staggering in the middle of the ring Kid Kash hooked his arms, and lifted Sandman up, Money Maker! Kid Kash makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Kid Kash has defeated The Sandman. Next month he will go on to face Sabu for the LPW Heavyweight Title.

Winner: Kid Kash

64, 60, 69

Backstage, we see Kid Kash in front of a camera.

Kash: “Sabu, next month it’s you vs. me for the LPW Heavyweight Title, and rumor has it that the match will be a ladder match. I’ve seen what you can do with weapons. I don’t think that ladders will make your gameplan any different. It changes mine a lot, but don’t think that I wont be ready for you. I can adapt to any style, and this match wont be any different. See you next month, just be ready to not have any gold around your waist when you leave.”

61 OVR

1687 Attendance

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News and Notes

- 1687 people attended LPW's first ever show bringing in a strong gate for them. 

- The Super Dragon vs. Bobby Quance match impressed the LPW executives, and both have now been entered in the Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament which will take place at LPW III and IV on a Double Shot weekend.  Each of them have already signed for matches at LPW II, Super Dragon will take on Petey Williams and Bobby Quance will take on Homicide.

- Rumor has it that GQ Money is making a return to wrestling, and that he will be at LPW II, although it is not confirmed.

- The Sandman will most likely not return to LPW for a while.  He has recently signed an exclusive contract with TNA.  We wish the Sandman the best of luck.

- Check back in upcoming days for the full card for LPW II.

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Kid Kash vs. Sabu

Necro Butcher vs. Supreme

Super Dragon vs. Petey Williams

Homicide vs. Bobby Quance

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A solid first show. I'm not really happy that SD made Quance his bitch, from what i've seen of Quance he's amazing, and he isn't really the type of wrestler that would just have the shit kicked out of him. I have a feeling he's going to suffer the same fate next month to Homicide, who'll be looking to make up for his first round loss in the tournament.

I hope you put the belt on Sabu. Yeah Kash is better workrate wise. But i've always been a mark for Sabu, even if he is incredibly spotty and sloppy now. Even if it's a short reign, give him it! :shifty: I'm waiting eagerly for Altar Boy Luke's debut. Hopefully you don't just toss him in deathmatches like in XPW, sicne working for NWA:Wildside he's supposadely got pretty good.

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Card for LPW II: Night of the Champion

- October 25th, 2004.

- LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals, Ladder Match: "The Homicidal"Sabu vs. Kid Kash

- 200 Light Tubes Deathmatch: "The Human Horror Film" Supreme vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles, Decision Match: Blackout (Ruckus and Sabian) vs. The SAT (Jose and Joel Maximo) vs. Youthanazia (M-Dogg 20 and Josh Prohibition) vs. A Mystery Team

- Super "F'n" Dragon vs. Matt Sydal

- "The Notorious 187" Homicide vs. "The Shooting Star" Bobby Quance

- JC Bailey vs. "The Rock Superstar" Kaos

- 2/3 Falls Tables Match: "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein vs. Justice Pain

- "Spyder" Nate Webb vs. B-Boy

- All this and more, including the debut of GQ Money on October 23rd, 2004.

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- LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals, Ladder Match: "The Homicidal"Sabu vs. Kid Kash

- 200 Light Tubes Deathmatch: "The Human Horror Film" Supreme vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles, Decision Match: Blackout (Ruckus and Sabian) vs. The SAT (Jose and Joel Maximo) vs. Youthanazia (M-Dogg 20 and Josh Prohibition) vs. A Mystery Team

- Super "F'n" Dragon vs. Matt Sydal

- "The Notorious 187" Homicide vs. "The Shooting Star" Bobby Quance

- JC Bailey vs. "The Rock Superstar" Kaos

- 2/3 Falls Tables Match: "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein vs. Justice Pain

- "Spyder" Nate Webb vs. B-Boy

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Card for LPW II: Night of the Champion

- October 25th, 2004.

- LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals, Ladder Match: "The Homicidal"Sabu vs. Kid Kash

- 200 Light Tubes Deathmatch: "The Human Horror Film" Supreme vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles, Decision Match: Blackout (Ruckus and Sabian) vs. The SAT (Jose and Joel Maximo) vs. Youthanazia (M-Dogg 20 and Josh Prohibition) vs. A Mystery Team

- Super "F'n" Dragon vs. Matt Sydal

- "The Notorious 187" Homicide vs. "The Shooting Star" Bobby Quance

- JC Bailey vs. "The Rock Superstar" Kaos

- 2/3 Falls Tables Match: "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein vs. Justice Pain

- "Spyder" Nate Webb vs. B-Boy

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- LPW Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals, Ladder Match: "The Homicidal"Sabu vs. Kid Kash

- 200 Light Tubes Deathmatch: "The Human Horror Film" Supreme vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles, Decision Match: Blackout (Ruckus and Sabian) vs. The SAT (Jose and Joel Maximo) vs. Youthanazia (M-Dogg 20 and Josh Prohibition) vs. A Mystery Team

- Super "F'n" Dragon vs. Matt Sydal

- "The Notorious 187" Homicide vs. "The Shooting Star" Bobby Quance

- JC Bailey vs. "The Rock Superstar" Kaos

- 2/3 Falls Tables Match: "Mr Insanity" Toby Klein vs. Justice Pain

- "Spyder" Nate Webb vs. B-Boy

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LPW II: Night of Champions

- October 25th, 2004

Before we get to any matches, Nate Webb is seen backstage. He seems to be getting ready for his match. From out of nowhere, B-Boy and Homicide rush into the room with chairs. B-Boy takes a nasty shot at Webb to take him down. Homicide stomps at him a few times as B-Boy goes to the camera.

B-Boy: “LPW, how can you think that putting me in a match with Nate Webb will be good for you? It will be nothing but a fucking massacre. Don’t mess around with me, or ‘Cide anymore. We want high profile matches, we want the fucking light on us. Give us what we want, or you will have two gangsta’s running wild around here.”

Best 2 of 3 Falls, Tables Match: “Mr. Insanity” Toby Klein vs. Justice Pain

They started the match off exchanging stiff punches before Klein gained the advantage and took Justice Pain to the mat with a lariat. He stomped at Pain for a moment before setting a table up inside the ring. He leaned the table against the corner of the ring and whipped Justice Pain into it, but the table did not break. With Pain still leaning against the table, Klein delivered some sharp chops to his chest before whipping Pain across the ring. Pain came back from the corner of the ring and charged at Klein, only to run right into a Death Valley Driver! Klein picked Justice Pain up from the mat and went for a DVD through the table that was in the middle of the ring, but Pain rolled off his shoulders and lifted Klein up. Brainbuster through the table by Justice Pain! He is up 1-0.

The referee waited for Klein to get up to his feet before starting the next fall. Justice Pain took the advantage early with some forearm shots to Klein before taking him to the mat with a snap mare. STIFF kick to the spine from Justice Pain. He picks Klein up from the mat and whipped him into the ropes. Once Mr. Insanity came back, he dodged a lariat from Pain before stiffing Justice Pain right to the mat with a nasty lariat to the back of his head. Running leg drop from Klein. He then picks Justice Pain up from the mat and sent him into the ropes. Pain slid in between Klein’s legs once he came back from the ropes and he went to the outside of the ring. From there, Justice Pain pulled on Klein’s feet, causing him to fall face first on the mat before pulling him out of the ring. Pain slammed Klein’s head on top of a table before laying him on top of it. It looks like Justice Pain will take this match as he climbs up onto the ring apron, but Klein got up to his feet and went onto the apron. He caught Pain off guard and lifted him off his feet. Release german suplex off the apron and through the table by Toby Klein! He has tied the match at 1-1.

Once both men got into the ring, the final fall began. Klein and Pain circled around each other before actually grappling up. Pain applied a waist lock on Klein and tried to take him down with a slam, but Klein reversed it and took Pain to the mat with a headlock takeover. Klein stomped at Justice Pain on the mat until Pain slid under the bottom rope to the outside of the ring. Justice Pain was catching his breath on the outside as Toby Klein ran the ropes and hit him with a nasty baseball slide kick to the side of the head. Pain crashed into the crowd barricade. On the outside, Klein slammed Pain’s face into the top of the crowd barricade to draw the first blood of the night, and this one was definetly the hard way. Klein lifted Pain off his feet and went for a Death Valley Driver through a table that was set up towards the ring entrance, but the table did not break under Justice Pain’s weight. Not giving up on breaking this table, Klein tried for a powerbomb on Justice Pain, but only Pain’s head hit the table. It whip lashed him before he crashed onto the ground. Klein seemed upset that he couldn’t break the table, and he picked Pain up again. He tried to body slam Pain through, but Pain rolled off behind him and shoved Klein onto the table before sliding into the ring. Pain grabbed his head before jumping up to the top rope and hitting Klein with a springboard somersault senton, which finally caused the table to break. Justice Pain is victorious, as he wins the third fall.

Winner: Justice Pain

58, 40, 77

Once the three announced teams came out for the tag team title match, GQ Money came out from the curtain with a microphone. He has Valentina by his side.

GQ Money: “Yes, the rumors are true, GQ Money is here in LPW. But I didn’t come alone. I have the lovely Valentina here by my side, and two of the top young stars in professional wrestling with me as well. Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you, Miami Inc.”

Roderick Strong and Mikey Batts, two independent workers from Florida emerge from the curtain wearing matching black and purple tights.

GQ Money: “Since I have moved out to Miami, I have found two of the best young wrestlers, the future of wrestling, ‘The Messiah of the Backbreaker’ Roderick Strong and Mikey Batts. After this match, we will be the first ever LPW Tag Team Champions, and bring the gold down to Miami where it belongs.”

Strong and Batts then rush into the ring to start off the next match.

LPW Tag Team Titles, Decision Match: Miami Inc vs. The SAT vs. Blackout vs. Youthanazia

Everyone immediately teamed up against Strong and Batts at the beginning, but they fought back, only for the referee to break things up, and leave Roderick Strong in the ring with Josh Prohibition. Roderick beat on Prohibition early in the match with some stiff knife edge chops in the corner of the ring before nearly knocking him out with a nasty forearm. Irish whip by Roderick Strong sends Josh Prohibition into the ropes. Once Prohibition returned, he went for a tilt-a-whirl head scissors, but Strong reversed it with a nasty backbreaker. Strong picked Prohibition up above his head before dropping him down with a gorilla press backbreaker. Prohibition rolled to the outside of the ring to avoid Roderick, but on the outside he was hit with a springboard cross body block by Mikey Batts. After playing to the crowd, Batts slid Prohibition into the ring where Roderick went back to work. He pummeled Prohibition with some brutal forearms before going for a german suplex. Prohibition managed to land on his feet and tagged Sabian into the match. Sabian rushed into the ring and hit Roderick with some forearms to the back of the head before hopping onto the ropes and taking Strong to the mat with a springboard huracanrana. Sabian went for the cover on Strong, but only managed a two count. Sabian picked Roderick up from the mat and tried to whip him across the ring, but it was reversed and Roderick nearly decapitated Sabian with a lariat. While Sabian was down, Ruckus rushed into the ring and slowed Roderick with a nasty running forearm followed by a back elbow to his head. Ruckus tried to continue beating on Strong, but it was not successful as Strong ended up turning around and dropping Ruckus right to the mat with a lariat, and made a cover, one, two, three! It’s over, and the Blackout have been eliminated.

Strong went out of the match to catch his breath after the pin. Jose Maximo and M-Dogg 20 were the next two into the match. They exchanged arm drags and leg sweeps before M-Dogg whipped Jose into the ropes. When Jose came back, he took M-Dogg to the ground with a huracanrana and went for a quick cover, one, two, no! M-Dogg kicked out. Jose brought M-Dogg to the corner of the ring where he tagged in Joel Maximo. They whipped M-Dogg into the ropes before hitting him with one of their signature moves, the washing machine. Joel made the cover on M-Dogg, one, two, no! Josh Prohibition ran into the ring and made the save. The SAT and Youthanazia started a shoving match in the middle of the ring and Mikey Batts took advantage of that by springing off the top rope and taking all of them to the mat with a twisting body press. He went to work on Josh Prohibition and sent him into the ropes. Once Prohibition returned, he went right into a dropkick to the face from Batts. With Prohibition on the mat, Mikey Batts quickly climbed up to the top rope, 450 Splash! He makes the cover on Josh, one, two, three! Its down to the SAT and Miami Inc.

Batts started off the final fall with Jose Maximo. They grappled up and Jose gained the advantage with a deep arm drag, followed by applying an arm bar. Batts got up to his feet and reversed the hold before locking Jose into a hammerlock. Jose fought out of it with a back elbow to Batts’ head before trying to whip him into the ropes, Batts reversed it and went for a DDT on Jose, but Jose stayed on his feet and took Batts down to the mat with a northern lights suplex. Pin by Maximo, one, two, no! Roderick Strong broke the pin up. Jose picked Batts back up from the mat and brought him to the corner of the ring where he tagged in Joel. They hit Batts with a double hanging vertical suplex. Joel picked Mikey up from the mat and sent him into the ropes, but when Batts came back he took Joel down with a sunset flip, but didn’t make the cover, rushed to the corner and tagged Roderick Strong in. Joel charged at him and got a huge yakuza kick right to the nose. Jose then rushed into the ring and got a lariat from Strong. Before Strong could do anymore, Joel Maximo rolled him up and held his tights during the pin, one, two, three! It’s over, The SAT are the first LPW Tag Team Champions.

After the match, Mikey confronted Roderick about losing the match for them, but in the end they seemed to settle things, as Strong and Batts went to the back with GQ Money.

Winner: The SAT

60, 38, 82

JC Bailey vs. Kaos

They locked up to start the match off and Kaos put Bailey into a waist lock. Bailey hit Kaos with a back elbow to the head before running the ropes and taking Kaos to the mat with a running dropkick. Bailey locked Kaos into a figure four leg lock, but it was too early into the match, and Kaos easily had enough strength to pull his way to the bottom rope, to force a rope break. They reached their feet at the same time and circled around each other before Bailey charged at Kaos. He went for a lariat, but Kaos ducked underneath it and ran the ropes before going for a lariat of his own on Bailey, but Bailey slid underneath it and went to the ring apron. Springboard dropkick by Bailey takes Kaos down to the mat. Bailey makes a cover, one, two, no! Kaos kicked out. Bailey picked Kaos up from the mat and hit him with a couple of European uppercuts before dropping Kaos’ chest across the top rope with a front suplex. With Kaos dangling over the top rope, JC Bailey climbed up to the top rope and hit Kaos with a variation of the Bardstown Jam (Top rope leg drop) before pinning Kaos, one, two, no! Kaos kicked out. He stomped Kaos out of the ring to think up a game plan for himself. After a moment Bailey ran the ropes and hit Kaos with a somersault plancha. He rolled Kaos into the ring and made another cover, one, two, no! Kaos kicked out. Bailey picked Kaos up again, only to get an elbow to his gut. Kaos then whipped Bailey into the ropes and slammed him back to the ground with a stiff spinebuster. With Bailey down on the mat, Kaos climbed up to the top rope and waited for Bailey to get up. Blockbuster by Kaos! He picks Bailey up from the mat and connected with a big backdrop driver before making a cover, one, two, no! Bailey kicked out. Kaos picked Bailey up from the mat and tried to whip him into the ropes, but Bailey reversed it and sent Kaos running right into the corner of the ring. Running clothesline by Bailey. He then tries to take Kaos down with a bulldog, but Kaos shoved him away into the ropes before catching him on the rebound. Kaostrify! The cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Kaos is victorious!

Winner: Kaos

61, 43, 80

After the match, GQ Money came out from the entrance and applauded Kaos. These two are former best friends, and Kaos seemed to be very mad that GQ Money came out to the ring. He walked outside and pointed at Money, but before he could reach him Roderick Strong and Mikey Batts came out from the curtain and stood in front of Money. Kaos said he wanted a shot at GQ Money next month, but Roderick Strong stepped forward. The two starred each other down as Money and Batts went backstage.

Jr. Heavyweight Showcase: Super Dragon vs. Matt Sydal

Matt Sydal tried to gain an advantage on Super Dragon as he made his way down to the ring. Sydal hit a big somersault suicida dive on Dragon before he could even enter the ring. On the outside, Sydal stomped at Dragon a few times before picking him up from the ground and trying to whip him into the crowd barricade. Dragon reversed it and sent Sydal towards the barricade, but Sydal jumped up onto the top of the barricade before quickly jumping and spinning around to take Super Dragon down the ground with a huge tornado DDT. The crowd started to get behind Sydal as he pumped his fists in the air and slid into the ring. Springboard shooting star plancha by Sydal! Holy shit! The crowd got up to their feet and gave Sydal an ovation for that great move, they seemed to be surprised that Super Dragon was not dominating the much smaller and less experienced wrestler. Sydal slid Super Dragon into the ring and made a cover, one, two, no! Super Dragon kicked out! Sydal picked Dragon up from the mat and sent him into the ropes. Once Dragon returned he dodged a dropkick from Sydal and began the beat down. Dragon stomped Sydal’s back a few times before lifting him up from the mat by his arms. CURBSTOMP! Dragon picks Sydal up again, CURBSTOMP! He picks Sydal up one more time, CURBSTOMP #3! Holy shit! Matt Sydal’s face has to be completely destroyed. Dragon makes the cover, one, two, no! How did Matt Sydal manage to kick out of that? Dragon picked Matt Sydal up from the mat and tossed him into the corner of the ring, Chop, elbow, chop, elbow, forearm, elbow, forearm, elbow, snap mare from Dragon! Nasty kick to the back of Sydal’s head, and he falls right down to the ground, but manages to roll out of the ring to get away from Super Dragon. The referee began a ten count, but Super Dragon made him stop as he went to the outside of the ring and went after Sydal some more. Dragon slammed Sydal’s head into the ring apron on the outside of the ring before bringing the fight back inside. Dragon called for a brain buster, but once he lifted Sydal up, he was rolled up into a small cradle, one, two, no! Super Dragon kicked out. Dragon got up to his feet first and took a swing with a lariat at Sydal, but he bridged underneath it and knocked Dragon to the mat with a super kick. With Dragon out on the mat, Sydal climbed up to the top rope, Shooting Star Press- NO! Super Dragon rolled out of the way and Sydal crashed hard into the mat. Dragon got up to his feet and locked Sydal into a STF, but he was too close to the ropes and Sydal managed to get free. Super Dragon picked Sydal up from the mat and called for the Psycho Driver to end the match, but Sydal broke free, only to be whipped into the ropes. Discus lariat from Super Dragon! Sydal flipped right onto his neck! That was sick! Dragon makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Super Dragon has destroyed another opponent.

Winner: Super Dragon

60, 41, 79

Homicide vs. Bobby Quance

They grappled up to start off the match, and Quance locked Homicide into a waist lock. Quance dodged a back elbow, and shoved Homicide towards the ropes. Once Homicide returned he came right into a nasty spinning kick and fell right to the ground. Quance started to work the mat as he put Homicide into a leg grapevine. Homicide struggled while he was in the hold, but managed to break free with some kicks to Quance with his free leg. Both men got up to the mat at the same time, but Quance quickly took Homicide down with a dragon screw before going out to the ring apron. Slingshot stomp to the leg by Quance, and Homicide looks to be in pain. Bobby drags Homicide into the middle of the ring and wraps up his knee for a figure 4, but Homicide kicked him away with his other foot. He then rolled up to his feet, although he seemed to be favoring one of his legs. Quance tried to take Homicide down with a leg sweep, but Homicide dodged it and hit Quance with a nasty forearm shot once he got up to his feet. He nailed Quance with a few more forearms to the head, which caused Quance to retreat into the corner of the ring. In the corner, Homicide opened up with a brutal chop, but Bobby Quance got free with a kick to Homicide’s bad knee. Quance then hopped up to the second rope and took Homicide down to the mat with a tornado DDT. Pin by Quance, one, two, no! Homicide kicked out. Bobby picked Homicide up, only to take him back down with a basement dropkick. He followed that up with a slingshot legdrop and then made his way up to the top rope. Shooting Star Press-NO! Homicide rolled out of the way and Quance crashed right into the mat. Homicide slowly got up to his feet and picked Quance up with him. He sent Quance into the ropes, and took him down to the mat hard with a lariat. Homicide opts not to go for the cover, as he applies an STF on Quance. The pressure became too much on Homicide’s knee, so he let go of the leg part of the submission, which allowed Quance to crawl over to the ropes. Each man slowly got up to their feet. Quance got up first, and didn’t allow Homicide too as he hit him in the knee with another dropkick. He went back to work on Homicide’s knee, this time with an STF of his own. Homicide countered out of the submission and rolled Quance up with a small package, one, two, no! Quance kicked out. Bobby quickly got up to his feet and charged at Homicide for a running dropkick to his face, but Homicide blocked it. Homicide goes for a lariat, but doesn’t connect and Bobby Quance nailed him with a back flip dropkick! Quance goes for the cover, one, two, no! Homicide kicked out, but did not get back to his feet. The referee checked on Homicide as Quance climbed up to the top rope. Before Quance could jump, B-Boy emerged from the crowd and cracked Quance’s head with a nasty forearm. Quance fell across the top rope on his stomach. Homicide lifted him up from the top rope, BRAINBUSTER! Homicide makes the cover, one, two, three! It’s over, Homicide has won the match.

Winner: Homicide

63, 43, 84

After the match, B-Boy came into the ring with a steel chair. He and Homicide celebrated in the ring while Bobby Quance tried to get out, but B-Boy stopped him. He stomped at Quance a few times before bringing him to the corner of the ring. B-Boy gave Homicide the steel chair before taking a few steps back. Chair assisted face wash! Bobby has to have broken his nose after that! Holy shit! Homicide and B-Boy walk off with a bloody Quance laying in the corner of the ring.

200 Light Tubes: Necro Butcher vs. Supreme

The 200 light tubes have been attached to the ropes all around the ring. Other various weapons were around the ring such as tables, and the giant light tube cross from the previous show. Once the match started, Necro and Supreme went right after each other with some nasty exchanges of punches. Supreme gained the advantage and lead Necro over to the corner of the ring. From there he grabbed a tube and shattered it over the top of Necro’s head. The first blood was drawn as a small stream began to come down Necro Butcher’s face. Supreme hit him with a few more light tube shots in the corner of the ring before taking him down to the mat with a scoop slam. Splash by Surpeme, but Necro Butcher rolled out of the way and Supreme landed on the mat hard. Necro Butcher got up to his feet and grabbed a light tube and smashed it across Supreme’s back, before quickly grabbing another and another before he had broken about 20 on Supreme’s back over the course of a minute. The crowd got up to their feet and cheered on the Butcher as he smashed the tubes across Supreme’s back. With Supreme laying on the mat in a bloody pool, Necro Butcher set up two tables in the middle of the ring, but he left some space in the middle and put 10 light tubes in between them. He waited for Supreme to get up to his feet before trying to lift him up for a vertical suplex through the light tubes. Supreme blocked it and lifted Necro Butcher up. FRONT SUPLEX THROUGH THE LIGHT TUBES! The Butcher’s chest has been completely torn up after that. Supreme rolled Necro Butcher onto his back and went for the cover, one, two, no! Necro Butcher kicked out! Supreme picked Necro up from the mat and broke a light tube across his back before starting to carve into his forehead. The Butcher began to bleed buckets from this. He got free from Supreme with an elbow to his gut, but it was too late as he was completely busted open and could barely see. Swinging DDT by the Necro Butcher causes Supreme to land face first on some broken glass. Necro makes the pin, one, two, no! Supreme kicked out. Necro Butcher picked Supreme up from the mat again and slammed him face first into the turnbuckle before grabbing a steel chair. He slammed it into Supreme’s back a few times before giving him a nasty chair shot right to the back of his head. With Supreme looking dazed, the Necro Butcher managed to lift him up onto the second rope, but Supreme fought free with some punches and brought Necro Butcher up to the top rope. The crowd all rose up to their feet with both of these men on the ropes, and Supreme then lifted Necro Butcher up and hit an insane super vertical suplex to the concrete floor on the outside of the ring. Neither man was moving as a result of that move. The referee went to the outside of the ring and began to establish a ten count on both wrestlers. At five, there was still no sign of life from either man, and the crowd got up to their feet. 6…7…8…9 passed and still nobody moved, the referee then called for ten, and both were still out. He called the match a double KO and called for the medics to come down to the ring.

Winner: DRAW

61, 44, 78

While the ring crew was cleaning up after the last match, Sabu made his way to the ring with a ladder. He set it up in the middle of the ring and awaited Kid Kash to come to the ring.

Kash came to the ring with a microphone in his hand, and he began to speak.

Kid Kash: “Sabu, last month I made it through some of the toughest competition in the tournament. Last month, you barely made it through round one. Then once again, barely made it through round 2. You got lucky to make it to the finals, I used my talent. After our match, once I have climbed to the top of the ladder and grabbed the gold, it will prove to the world that I am the best wrestler alive. It will prove that I am the best wrestler in the world. So Sabu, step up to the plate and let me prove it.”

64

LPW Heavyweight Title, Ladder Match, Decision Match: Sabu vs. Kid Kash

Sabu rushed out of the ring and went right after Kid Kash with some forearms and wild punches. He then grabbed Kash by the hair and lead him over to the ring entrance. He tossed Kash head first into the pole that was holding up the LPW sign above the curtain before whipping Kash into the crowd barricade. With Kash leaning up against the barricade, Sabu delivered a sharp chop before grabbing a steel chair from the crowd. He took a swing at Kash, but Kash grabbed the chair from Sabu and threw it at his head. Sabu went down to the ground, and Kid Kash ran into the ring. He started to climb up the ladder, but Sabu got into the ring before Kash could get too high. Kash jumped down on Sabu with an axe handle smash from the third rung of the ladder. He picked Sabu back up from the mat and brought him to the corner of the ring. Some knife edge chops from Kid Kash light up Sabu’s chest, but Sabu fought back and hit Kash with some chops of his own before sending him flying over the top rope. Following a pescado, Sabu grabbed another ladder from underneath the ring and propped it up between the ring apron and the crowd barricade. He tried to put Kash on top of it, but Kash fought back with some rights and lefts before slamming Sabu’s head into the ladder and taking him down to the cement with a back drop. Kid Kash went into the ring and began to climb up the ladder again, but once again Sabu got into the ring and stopped him. This time, he caught Kash off guard and slammed him to the mat from a couple feet up with a back suplex. Sabu grabbed a chair and climbed up the ladder, almost to the top. But instead of going for the belt, he jumped off and went for an Arabian facebuster, but Kid Kash rolled out of the way and Sabu crashed into the mat from the top of the ladder! He rolled out of the ring, but onto the ladder that had been set up between the ring and the barricade. Kid Kash slowly got to his feet and noticed Sabu on the ladder. He then climbed up to the top rope. Moonsault from the top rope onto ladder outside of the ring by Kid Kash! Sabu looks out of it! Both men laid on the ground for a while following that move, but Kid Kash got up first and went towards the ladder in the ring. He pointed up to the top, but couldn’t get up quick enough as Sabu managed to get the strength to get up to his feet and tip the ladder over. Kid Kash crashed across the top rope, and soon leaned over it and fell on his back to the outside of the ring. Triple jump plancha to the outside by Sabu, and Kid Kash looks like he is completely out of it. Sabu pointed up to the sky and went into the ring. He set up the ladder, but was soon disrupted by Kid Kash, who took Sabu to the mat with a huracanrana. Kash began to climb the ladder, but he was soon met towards the top by Sabu. He took a wild swing at Sabu, but Sabu blocked it and took a swing of his own, but Kash blocked that. Kid Kash then quickly went up to the top rung, and took Sabu crashing down to the mat with a huracanrana from the top of the ladder! The crowd got up to their feet and gave them a holy shit chant. Slowly, Kid Kash climbed the ladder. He got up to the top and grabbed the belt as Sabu shoved the ladder down, but Kid Kash held onto the belt and soon fell down to the ground with it! Kid Kash is the first ever LPW Heavyweight Champion!

Winner: Kid Kash

75, 67, 84

62 OVR

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LPW News and Notes

- 1650 people came to LPW's second show, bringing them another strong gate.  Although not as strong as their first show, it still brought them in a strong amount of money.

- Bobby Quance was injured at LPW II in his match with Homicide.  He has said that he will try to make the double shot weekend for the Jr. Heavyweight Title, if not he will be replaced in the tournament.  Josh Prohibition was also injured, and he will not be at the Double Shot.

- The Main Event for night one will be "Battle of the Butchers" as Abdullah the Butcher takes on Necro Butcher in a Fans Bring the Weapons deathmatch.

- The SAT will make their first tag team title defense at "LPW III: Battle of the Butchers" when they take on Homicide and B-Boy.

- Check back in upcoming days for the full cards of LPW III and IV.

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Night One:

- Abdullah the Butcher vs. Necro Butcher

- The SAT vs. Homicide and B-Boy

- Roderick Strong w/ GQ Money vs. Kaos

- Round One of the Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament featuring Super Dragon, Bobby Quance, Mikey Batts w/ GQ Money, Matt Sydal plus four more.

Night Two:

- A Title Defense by Kid Kash

- The Semi's and Finals of the LPW Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament

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Card for LPW III: Battle of the Butchers

- Fans Bring the Weapons: Abdullah the Butcher vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles: The SAT © vs. Homicide and B-Boy

- #1 Contender for the LPW Heavyweight Title: Justice Pain vs. Supreme vs. Sabu

- Kaos vs. Roderick Strong w/ GQ Money

- Round one of the LPW Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament

A: Super Dragon vs. Altar Boy Luke

B: JC Bailey vs. Mikey Batts

C: Matt Sydal vs. Nate Webb

D: M-Dogg 20 vs. Bobby Quance

Card for LPW IV: Jr. Heavyweight Title Finals

- LPW Heavyweight Title: Kid Kash vs. Winner of Pain/Supreme/Sabu match from Night 1

- LPW Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament:

Winner of Match A vs. Match B

Winner of Match C vs. Match D

And the finals!

Plus more with, Abdullah the Butcher, Necro Butcher, Kaos, Miami Inc, Homicide, B-Boy and the SAT!

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Pretty good show, like the whole Miami Inc. idea. I fucking hate the SAT though so I'm not too happy to see them with the Tag Titles.

Card for LPW III: Battle of the Butchers

- Fans Bring the Weapons: Abdullah the Butcher vs. Necro Butcher

- LPW Tag Team Titles: The SAT © vs. Homicide and B-Boy

- #1 Contender for the LPW Heavyweight Title: Justice Pain vs. Supreme vs. Sabu

- Kaos vs. Roderick Strong w/ GQ Money

- Round one of the LPW Jr. Heavyweight Title Tournament

A: Super Dragon vs. Altar Boy Luke

B: JC Bailey vs. Mikey Batts

C: Matt Sydal vs. Nate Webb

D: M-Dogg 20 vs. Bobby Quance

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Changes Made to "Battle of the Butchers"

- Due to an ankle injury, M-Dogg 20 will not be able to compete in the LPW Jr Heavyweight Title Tournament.  Taking his place will be "The Canadian Destroyer" Petey Williams.  He will take on Bobby Quance in the first round of the tournament.  Watch out for this match to possibly steal the show.  The show will still be headlined by the Batle of the Butchers.  Night two of the weekend will be headlined by the finals of the tournament and a title defense from Kid Kash.

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