Sunday, May 31, 2009

Pictures & results from the spectacular May 29th Gulf Coast/Southeastern/Continental Championship Wrestling Reunion show in Dothan,AL

GREETINGS TO ALL FANS & READERS OF WrestlingNewsCenter.com

ALL SHOW PHOTOS BY:
BRIAN REESE

































For those of you who were unable to attend the fascinating,incredible & spectacular Gulf Coast/Southeastern/Continental Championship Wrestling Reunion show that took place at the Dothan Civic Center in Dothan,AL on
Friday night,May the 29th,
















then all of you wrestling fans along the Gulf Coast missed one of the most heartfelt,emotional,memorable,exciting and unforgettable wrestling experiences of a lifetime
as hundreds upon hundreds of wrestling fans from miles around came to see in action several notable and countless wrestling legends from back in the good ol' days of Gulf Coast/Southeastern/Continental Championship Wrestling as well as a couple of the wrestling superstars of today from both the local as well as national levels of the independent & major professional wrestling circuit.





























One of the very special guests that evening;
longtime host & wrestling commentator of Southeastern/Continental Championship Wrestling,
the one & only
CHARLIE PLATT
















was there as he along with the hundreds of wrestling fans in attendance paid homage & tribute to some of the wrestling stalwarts of yesteryear which included the likes of:
-LEON BAXTER,a.k.a. "THE WRESTLING PRO"-
















-"Rotten" RON STARR-




















-DON FARGO-




















-RANDY ROSE,
1/2 of "The Original Midnight Express"-



















and
-"Cowboy" BOB KELLY-
and
-KEN LUCAS-
















The special guest referee for all of the matches that took place during the evening was both a former wrestler & referee for Southeastern/Conitnental Championship Wrestling,
"Dirty"
LARRY BROCK




















During the show,there were a couple of beautiful,wonderful wrestling video tribute vignettes to
JERRY STUBBS


































and
"The Bullet"
BOB ARMSTRONG.



































In each of the respective video tributes,
they showed still shots as well as in-ring action highlights of both wrestlers throughout their long,illustrious wrestling careers.

Also,several local Gulf Coast indy wrestling superstars as well as those who were a part of this extravagant show all gathered around ringside as they did a well deserved,heartwarming,ovational final in-ring farewell tribute to wrestling legends "The Bullet" Bob Armstrong and Jerry Stubbs.
















Among those who gave their final salutational tributaries to both Jerry Stubbs & "The Bullet" were
"Cowboy"
BOB KELLY
















as well as 8 time former NWA World Heavyweight Champion & WWE Hall Of Famer,
the one & only
HARLEY RACE!




















All in all from start to finish and from bell to bell for many a wrestling fan both young and old,
this reunion show truly epitomized & defined the distinct,pure essence as to what PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING
is really all about & not to mention,the reunion show overall was a moment preserved in the utmost dignified,respectable prosperity for the hundreds of proud,dedicated & diehard wrestling fans whom were in the audience at the Civic Center
on Friday night,May the 29th in Dothan,AL will be remembering for many,many years to come!


With that being said,onto the results of the matches:

MATCH #1:
"Exotic"
ADRIAN STREET;




















along with his longtime manager/valet,
the very lovely
MISS LINDA
at ringside,




















defeated "Marvelous"
MARCEL PRINGLE;
whom was seconded at ringside
by
RICKY
"The Rocket"
ROBERTS,




















by pinfall with a leaping Swan Dive splash.
















MATCH #2:
In a Triple Threat Women's encounter,
TNA superstar & former ECW/WCW superstar
"The Original Scream Queen"
DAFFNEY




















emerged victorious over
KRISSY VAINE and AMBER O' NEAL
a.k.a.
"Team Blondage 2.0"




















as Daffney finished off O' Neal with a swinging cradle suplex to secure the 1-2-3 victory.
















MATCH #3:
In a tag team match,
the team of
JOHNNY "Crash" RICH and DAVEY RICH;
















cousins to former NWA World Heavyweight Champion & former Continental Championship Wrestling legend
"Wildfire"
TOMMY RICH,




















defeated the team of the
THE ORIGINAL MASKED NIGHTMARE




















and former NWA/AWA/WWE superstar
BORIS ZHUKOV




















by pinfall as Davey Rich finished off The Original Nightmare with a top rope flying crossbody press
















to secure the 1-2-3 win for his team.
















MATCH #4:
In the main event coup de gras,
the father/son combination of
"The Bullet" BOB ARMSTRONG
and former WWE/WCW superstar
STEVE ARMSTRONG

















defeated the team of
former WCW superstar
"Gorgeous"
JIMMY GOLDEN




















and former AWA World Heavyweight Champion,
former WWE/NWA/AWA/WCW/TNA superstar
"The (self proclaimed) Living Legend"
LARRY ZBYSZKO




















with
ROBERT FULLER
at ringside;




















dressed all in his 'Colonel Robert Parker' gimmick attire from his days during his stint in WCW back in the 1990s,

















via disqualification
due to outside interference by Robert Fuller as he attacked "The Bullet" Bob Armstrong from behind.

















Following the match,a 3-on-2 attack ensued until a piece of familiar music was playing and eminating through the public address system of the Dothan Civic Center which signified the apparent,oncoming arrival of TNA superstar & former WWE superstar
"The Road Dogg"
B.G./JESSE JAMES.




















"The Road Dogg" ran into the ring to aid both his father & his brother
and "The D-O-double G"
cleaned house,cleared the ring
and restored order





















































as the amazingly,highly energetic & invigorating May 29th,2009 Gulf Coast/Southeastern/Continental Championship Wrestling Reuuion show from the Dothan Civic Center in Dothan,AL drew to a close.




















































2 comments:

John Thomas said...

Rovert Fuller one of my favorites.

Anonymous said...

those were the good ole days!