Monday, December 7, 2015
Results From Friday's NWA Mid-South Wrestling Event at Resorts Casino
Opening Match-John Saxon defeated Cassidy Riley with a modified single arm ddt
2nd Match-The Posse defeated Roosevelt & Jeremy Moore with a sidewalk slam/leg drop combo
3rd Match-NWA North American Heavyweight Championship-Moose defeated Champion Tim Storm by DQ when Storm hit Moose with belt so Tim Storm retained the title
Following the match, Tim Storm had some words for his next target, the NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jax Dane. Jax walked down to the ring as Moose hit Storm with a scissor kick. Jax tossed Tim Storm over the top rope and out to the floor.
Jim Cornette was introduced and took pictures in the ring with fans during the first intermission
Johnny Morton threw out lots of t-shirts to the crowd
4th Match-NWA Mid-South Unified Championship-Champion "Golden Boy" Greg Anthony defeated Americos with a stunner to retain
The Iron Empire "Ironman" Rob Conway & "Loverboy" Matt Riviera brought out Jim Cornette to be in their corner for the NWA World Tag Team Champinship match against the Champions Elliott Russell & Sigmon, The Heatseekers with their manager, Boyd Bradford
5th Match-NWA World Tag Team Championship-The Iron Empire Rob Conway & Matt Riviera with Jim Cornette defeated The Heatseekers Elliott Russell & Sigmon with Boyd Bradford to become the NEW NWA World Tag Team Champions
"Reborn" Matt Sydal was introduced and took pictures inside the ring with fans during the second intermission
Main Event-Matt Sydal defeated Kincaid, who was managed by NWA President Bruce Tharpe with the shooting star press
Got to meet Jim Cornette and Mark James while picking up their latest release Tuesday Night At The Gardens: Pro Wrestling In Louisville. Check out www.memphiswrestlinghistory.com for all of Mark James classic Memphis Wrestling collection. Plus, if you go to JimCornette,com and order this book, you will also receive a two hour souvenir DVD featuring the only match films from the Louisville Gardens 1970-75 still in existence, including the infamous 1971 first-ever scaffold match between Jerry Jarrett and Don Greene. Special thanks to Jon-Paul LeBlanc of 4 Corner Photography for snapping this pic.