Monday, March 10, 2014

Anarchy Wrestling results from 3/8 in Cornelia, GA

From Bill Behrens:

Miss Rachael & BJ Hancock came out without Joey Rhymer to face Los Laredos. Laredo Kid came out first then after a brief delay was joined by his "brother", who then toss Laredo Kid from the ring and attacked Hancock. Hancock managed to get to the floor and Laredo Kid 2 unmasked to reveal Todd Sexton. The brawl continued until Sexton had Rachael set up for a piledriver and Hancock pulled her from the ring. Postmatch, Laredo Kid confronted Sexton only to be planted hard by Sexton.

Tommy Penirelli (with CB Suave) defeated Billy Buck by submission to become Anarchy TV Champion.

Postmatch, Suave attacked Penirelli and cashed in on his Title Match "anytime". Penirelli managed to kick out of Suave's 1st pin effort, but could not survive the second. CB Suave is the new Anarchy TV Champion.

Stryknyn defeated Nemesis after a spear. Washington Bullets were on commentary sharing one headset and tagging in and out to comment loudly. At one point with Nemesis in control, Bullets came to the floor and demanded their music be played so they could dance. No music, but it distracted Nemesis enough. Postmatch the Bullets attacked Nemesis and laid him out.

Shaun Tempers (with Jeff G Bailey & Bobby Moore) defeated Ace Rockwell & Slim J when Moore pinned Ace after a back elbow. It was announced that Moore will challenge Tempers for the Young Lions Title on March 22.

In a Mega Rumble to determine the challenger for CB Suave's TV Title, Seth Delay defeated Vandal, Kameron Kade, Jeremy Foster & Kevin Blue. John Johnson joined Brett Wolverton for the match. Seth Delay faces Suave on March 22.

Washington Bullets retained the Anarchy Tag Team Titles defeating Lars Manderson & Alex Avgerinos. Averignos came out for the match with Brodie Chase who was on commentary.

Steven Walters defeated John Skyler & Anthony Henry (with Miss Rachael) in a good match when Henry submitted to Walters while Henry was on top of Skyler who was on the mat under both unable to move.

Iceberg vs. Michael Judas ended in a no contest when Geter got involved. The lockeroom cleared to separate the men which took quite a while. At one point, referee Dee Byers was knocked down and splashed by Iceberg. it was announced that at Hardcore Hell on March 29, Judas would defend the Anarchy Heavyweight title against both Geter & Iceberg in a no DQ match.

Credit: Bill Behrens @

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