Thursday, March 25, 2010
Results - Championship Wrestling - Relay For Life Benefit - Paragould, AR 3.20.10
----They opened the show with an angle they had been running on the radio with some DJs. One of the girl DJ’s slapped Loose Cannon. Cannon/Rik Burton with “Big Money” Frank Martin were going to beat up the girl until Big Indian Quixote/Triple D made the save to set up the match for later.
Chris Day/Cold beat Snuffy/Jermey Spiker. The ref messed up the finish.
The Enforcer beat Dr. Nemo Luv using a chain. Love needs about 6 more months of training. Not good, but what could expect from a green guy.
Loose Cannon/Rik Burton with “Big Money” Frank Martin beat Triple D/Big Indian Quixote when Cannon used a roll of quarters to hit D for the win. As I said, the crowd was into everything and I was having fun. Burton looked really good here. Cannon needs new tights.
Big Daddy LaFonce/Midnight Cowboy beat The Hambones in a good brawl. When they first came out some of the comments were that these guys were old, but they went out and worked hard with a decent brawl. Leroy bled. BDL/Cowboy won using Hambones' bones.
Tasha Simone/”Asylum” [Psycho/Pappy] beat Worm/Suicide/Adrian Banks in a wild hardcore bout. This was the kind of match that was needed for this show. Just crazy stiff action with chairs, Stop signs, kendo sticks – all over the place. This is the kind of bout I can watch live [about once every 6 weeks] and really have fun with. But, they usually do not come off good on TV. Kayte [the baby doll] did not come out with them and Psycho went to the back during the match to get her. She had a fork [“Ghost of Abby”] and he used it. Nice touch. Pappy did the Cactus Jack elbow from the apron right in front of our seats. Lots of “oh shit” moments!! Pappy was just “on” and Psycho proved why he won the Spot Moondog award. Pappy Samoan dropped Suicide through two chairs. Psycho followed with the Falling Grace and Tasha finished the match by splashing Suicide to get the win.
“East Coast Bad Boys” [C-Money/Serpent] beat Motley Cruz/Bishop in a solid match. It was real sloppy in the start, but they slowed it down a bit. All four guys worked real hard. A little too long, but solid. Serpent hit Motley Cruz with the Sliced Bread #2. Then, Spyro jumped inside the ring and monkey flipped Serpent out of the corner, who splashed Motley to get the win.
Credit: Brian Tramel @ www.rasslinriotonline.com