NWA East Results from 3/11/11?

NWA East Results from 3/11/11?

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March 14th, 2011, 3:00 am #1

Anyone have them?
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March 15th, 2011, 8:48 pm #2

Saw nothing on their website except Devin Devine won the tournament for the vacant Three Rivers title.
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March 15th, 2011, 11:50 pm #3

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March 11th, 2011
When Worlds Collide 4
Jacob Woll Pavilion @ Renzie Park - McKeesport, PA
Shane Taylor def. Stryder
Troy Lords def. Chris LeRusso and Will Esquire to win the Contenders series
NWA East Brass Knuckles Champion Shirley Doe def. Mad Mike
The 216 Clique (Frank Staletto & Dan Arkham) def. J-Ru & Travis Fame
Ryan Mitchell def. Jimmy Nutts
Ryan Mitchell def. Crusher Hansen via DQ
Calvin McGrath def. Terry Ring
Team Mega (James Ross & Ashton Amherst) def. Devin Devine & Patrick Hayes
NWA East Heavyweight Champion Chris Taylor def. Lou Marconi
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Ryan Mitchell kicked off When Worlds Collide 4 exactly how he said he would. He came to the ring to tell Chris Taylor and the fans why he turned his back on his best friend. Mitchell explained how he felt slighted by management. He also claimed he carried NWA East while Taylor was away nursing his nagging injuries, and took credit for Taylor getting back into ring shape and subsequent return to professional wrestling. It was with that statement that Taylor took issue and rushed the ring looking for a fight, only to be held back by NWA East officials, Jon Burton, Travis Fame, Tony Hansen, and more.

The opening contest turned out to be a brutal, hard-hitting match-up between former NWA East Three Rivers Champion Stryder and the Girthquake of the 216 Clique, "Notorious" Shane Taylor. The rugby enthusiast Stryder tried with all his might to move the immovable object Taylor. He even got the big man off his feet, but with the distraction of Frank Staletto at ringside, and interference from Lou Marconi and a steel chair, Taylor used his signature lariat to pick up the win.

The Uprising came to the ring to discuss their title aspirations. While Vinnie Stone was away having the belts cleaned, Sean Dahmer announced he will now be known as "The Real Deal" Sean Reznikk. After that, to remind the fans how they won the titles, they attacked two fans sitting in the crowd, smashing one in the arm with a chair.

The finals of the Contenders series was up next, as Chris LeRusso, Will Esquire, and Troy Lords competed for contracts to shots at every single title in NWA East. It was a hard-fought contest between all three men. Esquire was eliminated first, leaving longtime rivals Lords & LeRusso in the ring. After a back and forth exchange, Troy Lords emerged victorious with a new set of luggage containing all the contracts to his title matches... only to be confronted afterwards by Championship Committee head and NWA Presidential nominee Shawn Patrick. Shawn said Troy didn't fit the mold of what he thought his NWA should look like, so he wanted the cases to award to somebody else. When Troy refused, he was attacked from behind by Ashton Amherst, who stole the contracts and declared that HE just "won" Contenders!

Robert Parker Williams hit the ring, upset with Benjamin C. Steele (who was filling in on ring announcing duties) that he didn't have a match that night. He challenged anybody in the locker room to a fight, which brought Jon Burton to the ring! Burton got the better of RPW, only to be run off by Williams' tag team partner Ryan Reign. RPW questioned where Reign was the whole time, and the two men argued all the way to the locker room.

Next up, Shirley Doe was once again scheduled to take on Travis Fame, but once again refused to wrestle the young lion. Instead, his opponent was NWA East Brass Knuckles Champion Mad Mike! Doe brought back-up in the form of his new protégés Jay Flash & Tony Johnson (the team of Photo Op, who he dubbed "The Shirley Doe Experience"). The interference of Flash & Johnson didn't help Doe, instead it hindered him and Doe was laid out with his own Sillyhead DDT onto the Brass Knuckles Title, giving Mike the victory! After the match, Chris LeRusso confronted Mike, asking for a title shot. When Mike agreed, LeRusso hit him with the microphone! It only angered he angriest man in professional wrestling, who laid out LeRusso instead!

The 216 Clique made another appearance, this time for a tag team match with the newly formed team of J-Ru & Travis Fame. Dan Arkham & "Handsome" Frank Staletto represented the 216 in this encounter, and were victorious when Shirley Doe and the Shirley Doe Experience (Jay Flash, Tony Johnson, and Apollyon) surrounded the ring, causing enough of a distraction for Staletto to plant J-Ru on his head with a vicious Saito Suplex for the win and 2 points on the board for the 216 Clique!

Up next was turncoat Ryan Mitchell taking on newcomer Jimmy Nutts. The youngster fought valiantly but fell victim to the Steel Curtain DDT. After the bell, however, Mitchell hit another Steel Curtain on the floor. Crusher Hansen made the save for Nutts, confronting Mitchell about his recent actions. Instead, the two men ended up fighting and a match was made! But, just as Mitchell was about the pick up the win, Chris Taylor hit the ring and attacked his former best friend, drawing the disqualification. With Crusher down, Taylor dropped Mitchell with the Taylor Cutter twice, while Tony Hansen kept Team Mega at bay with a chair on the floor! Shawn Patrick threatened to strip Taylor of his NWA East Heavyweight Title if he did the Cutter again, and Taylor did it anyways! Instead, Taylor choked out Patrick until he promised Taylor wouldn't be stripped of the belt and no repercussions would come about!

After intermission, Golden Reign and Terry Ring came out of the locker room arguing, and Robert Parker Williams announced he wasn't fully convinced that Terry Ring was good enough to join them. Instead, he had signed a match for Ring against... "The Future" Calvin McGrath! McGrath made short work of the rookie, overpowering the already impressively-built "Showtime". After the match, Ryan Reign and RPW looked to attack McGrath but Williams left Reign alone to be decimated by the powerhouse!

Shawn Patrick came to the ring to announce the Three Rivers Title Tournament.... would be decided by a game of Rock Paper Scissors between JR Mega and Ashton Amherst. Devin Devine interrupted, declaring that wasn't the way the title should be decided, and was confronted by Team Mega. His back-up arrived in the form of former Team Mega member and arch-rival Patrick Hayes! Team Mega attacked, leaving Devine hurt on the floor with an injured ankle, and targeted Hayes for the majority of the match. But as Hayes made his comeback and jumped to the top rope for the Froggy Splash, Devine pulled him off and helped Team Mega to victory!

Brittany Force came to ringside to discuss the women's division in NWA East. She was interrupted by NWA East's Queen of Mean, Stacy Hunter. Hunter said she wasn't the only girl who wasn't happy Force showed up in NWA East... and Krystal Frost attacked Force from behind! Force planted Frost with a snapmare driver she calls Forceful Recognition, and was attacked by Hunter. The two women brawled until Hunter had enough and retreated to the locker room with Force standing tall in the ring!

The main event of the night saw NWA East Heavyweight Champion Chris Taylor defend his title against 216 Clique leader Lou Marconi. With interference from the Girthquake countered by Stryder, Taylor was able to pick up the win with the Taylor Cutter to retain the title. But after the match was over, the 216 Clique attacked Stryder in the ring while Ryan Mitchell left Taylor laying on the floor. Marconi called Shawn Patrick to the ring only for Patrick to FIRE Stryder! When Stryder came to, he promised to be back on April 2nd and bring hell with him!!!
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March 16th, 2011, 12:55 am #4

ugh who thought it was a good idea for those 3 women? to get in the ring
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March 16th, 2011, 1:13 am #5

Seems like it was a decent event, at least for what PWX has been putting on recently. A lot of hits and misses. I hope PWX finds some good consistency. I do not get why J-Ru is on the roster now and bringing in his untrained yarders. Haven't we seen enough of those guys from HBW and UCW or whatever. Dahmer's name change sort of came out of no where, but I can understand because he hasn't been "syko" for a long time. Calvin Magrath is a decent addition to the roster. Not too good in the ring, but he has a good look. The Shirley Doe stable was interesting both good and bad. Good because it will be a unique stable, bad because I was completely confused what they did when they all came out and left. The main event scene needs refreshened too. Not that anybody is bad, but its just getting played out. 216 thing is still doing alright, another thing that has had its hits and misses.
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March 16th, 2011, 5:48 am #6

So there were only Dan, Will, Lou, Frank, and Shane Taylor for the 216? Where was everyone else they used?
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March 16th, 2011, 11:18 am #7

Is it me or does the PWX ring look like a damn death trap? It looks like its about to collapse in on its self at any moment.
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March 16th, 2011, 1:18 pm #8

wrong


March 11th, 2011
When Worlds Collide 4
Jacob Woll Pavilion @ Renzie Park - McKeesport, PA
Shane Taylor def. Stryder
Troy Lords def. Chris LeRusso and Will Esquire to win the Contenders series
NWA East Brass Knuckles Champion Shirley Doe def. Mad Mike
The 216 Clique (Frank Staletto & Dan Arkham) def. J-Ru & Travis Fame
Ryan Mitchell def. Jimmy Nutts
Ryan Mitchell def. Crusher Hansen via DQ
Calvin McGrath def. Terry Ring
Team Mega (James Ross & Ashton Amherst) def. Devin Devine & Patrick Hayes
NWA East Heavyweight Champion Chris Taylor def. Lou Marconi
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Ryan Mitchell kicked off When Worlds Collide 4 exactly how he said he would. He came to the ring to tell Chris Taylor and the fans why he turned his back on his best friend. Mitchell explained how he felt slighted by management. He also claimed he carried NWA East while Taylor was away nursing his nagging injuries, and took credit for Taylor getting back into ring shape and subsequent return to professional wrestling. It was with that statement that Taylor took issue and rushed the ring looking for a fight, only to be held back by NWA East officials, Jon Burton, Travis Fame, Tony Hansen, and more.

The opening contest turned out to be a brutal, hard-hitting match-up between former NWA East Three Rivers Champion Stryder and the Girthquake of the 216 Clique, "Notorious" Shane Taylor. The rugby enthusiast Stryder tried with all his might to move the immovable object Taylor. He even got the big man off his feet, but with the distraction of Frank Staletto at ringside, and interference from Lou Marconi and a steel chair, Taylor used his signature lariat to pick up the win.

The Uprising came to the ring to discuss their title aspirations. While Vinnie Stone was away having the belts cleaned, Sean Dahmer announced he will now be known as "The Real Deal" Sean Reznikk. After that, to remind the fans how they won the titles, they attacked two fans sitting in the crowd, smashing one in the arm with a chair.

The finals of the Contenders series was up next, as Chris LeRusso, Will Esquire, and Troy Lords competed for contracts to shots at every single title in NWA East. It was a hard-fought contest between all three men. Esquire was eliminated first, leaving longtime rivals Lords & LeRusso in the ring. After a back and forth exchange, Troy Lords emerged victorious with a new set of luggage containing all the contracts to his title matches... only to be confronted afterwards by Championship Committee head and NWA Presidential nominee Shawn Patrick. Shawn said Troy didn't fit the mold of what he thought his NWA should look like, so he wanted the cases to award to somebody else. When Troy refused, he was attacked from behind by Ashton Amherst, who stole the contracts and declared that HE just "won" Contenders!

Robert Parker Williams hit the ring, upset with Benjamin C. Steele (who was filling in on ring announcing duties) that he didn't have a match that night. He challenged anybody in the locker room to a fight, which brought Jon Burton to the ring! Burton got the better of RPW, only to be run off by Williams' tag team partner Ryan Reign. RPW questioned where Reign was the whole time, and the two men argued all the way to the locker room.

Next up, Shirley Doe was once again scheduled to take on Travis Fame, but once again refused to wrestle the young lion. Instead, his opponent was NWA East Brass Knuckles Champion Mad Mike! Doe brought back-up in the form of his new protégés Jay Flash & Tony Johnson (the team of Photo Op, who he dubbed "The Shirley Doe Experience"). The interference of Flash & Johnson didn't help Doe, instead it hindered him and Doe was laid out with his own Sillyhead DDT onto the Brass Knuckles Title, giving Mike the victory! After the match, Chris LeRusso confronted Mike, asking for a title shot. When Mike agreed, LeRusso hit him with the microphone! It only angered he angriest man in professional wrestling, who laid out LeRusso instead!

The 216 Clique made another appearance, this time for a tag team match with the newly formed team of J-Ru & Travis Fame. Dan Arkham & "Handsome" Frank Staletto represented the 216 in this encounter, and were victorious when Shirley Doe and the Shirley Doe Experience (Jay Flash, Tony Johnson, and Apollyon) surrounded the ring, causing enough of a distraction for Staletto to plant J-Ru on his head with a vicious Saito Suplex for the win and 2 points on the board for the 216 Clique!

Up next was turncoat Ryan Mitchell taking on newcomer Jimmy Nutts. The youngster fought valiantly but fell victim to the Steel Curtain DDT. After the bell, however, Mitchell hit another Steel Curtain on the floor. Crusher Hansen made the save for Nutts, confronting Mitchell about his recent actions. Instead, the two men ended up fighting and a match was made! But, just as Mitchell was about the pick up the win, Chris Taylor hit the ring and attacked his former best friend, drawing the disqualification. With Crusher down, Taylor dropped Mitchell with the Taylor Cutter twice, while Tony Hansen kept Team Mega at bay with a chair on the floor! Shawn Patrick threatened to strip Taylor of his NWA East Heavyweight Title if he did the Cutter again, and Taylor did it anyways! Instead, Taylor choked out Patrick until he promised Taylor wouldn't be stripped of the belt and no repercussions would come about!

After intermission, Golden Reign and Terry Ring came out of the locker room arguing, and Robert Parker Williams announced he wasn't fully convinced that Terry Ring was good enough to join them. Instead, he had signed a match for Ring against... "The Future" Calvin McGrath! McGrath made short work of the rookie, overpowering the already impressively-built "Showtime". After the match, Ryan Reign and RPW looked to attack McGrath but Williams left Reign alone to be decimated by the powerhouse!

Shawn Patrick came to the ring to announce the Three Rivers Title Tournament.... would be decided by a game of Rock Paper Scissors between JR Mega and Ashton Amherst. Devin Devine interrupted, declaring that wasn't the way the title should be decided, and was confronted by Team Mega. His back-up arrived in the form of former Team Mega member and arch-rival Patrick Hayes! Team Mega attacked, leaving Devine hurt on the floor with an injured ankle, and targeted Hayes for the majority of the match. But as Hayes made his comeback and jumped to the top rope for the Froggy Splash, Devine pulled him off and helped Team Mega to victory!

Brittany Force came to ringside to discuss the women's division in NWA East. She was interrupted by NWA East's Queen of Mean, Stacy Hunter. Hunter said she wasn't the only girl who wasn't happy Force showed up in NWA East... and Krystal Frost attacked Force from behind! Force planted Frost with a snapmare driver she calls Forceful Recognition, and was attacked by Hunter. The two women brawled until Hunter had enough and retreated to the locker room with Force standing tall in the ring!

The main event of the night saw NWA East Heavyweight Champion Chris Taylor defend his title against 216 Clique leader Lou Marconi. With interference from the Girthquake countered by Stryder, Taylor was able to pick up the win with the Taylor Cutter to retain the title. But after the match was over, the 216 Clique attacked Stryder in the ring while Ryan Mitchell left Taylor laying on the floor. Marconi called Shawn Patrick to the ring only for Patrick to FIRE Stryder! When Stryder came to, he promised to be back on April 2nd and bring hell with him!!!
Are Shane and Chris Taylor twins?
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March 16th, 2011, 3:47 pm #9

Seems like it was a decent event, at least for what PWX has been putting on recently. A lot of hits and misses. I hope PWX finds some good consistency. I do not get why J-Ru is on the roster now and bringing in his untrained yarders. Haven't we seen enough of those guys from HBW and UCW or whatever. Dahmer's name change sort of came out of no where, but I can understand because he hasn't been "syko" for a long time. Calvin Magrath is a decent addition to the roster. Not too good in the ring, but he has a good look. The Shirley Doe stable was interesting both good and bad. Good because it will be a unique stable, bad because I was completely confused what they did when they all came out and left. The main event scene needs refreshened too. Not that anybody is bad, but its just getting played out. 216 thing is still doing alright, another thing that has had its hits and misses.
Dont compare PWX to UCW. When's the last time PWX drew over 100 paid fans. While UCW does it regularly. And besides if you see PWX just go watch PWX2 in West Newton. Both feds are filled with the same fn workers. And apparently IWC now 2. Damn Pittsburgh wrestling has really went to the shits. Maybe UCW will come down to the Pittsburgh area and show these guys how its done!
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March 16th, 2011, 4:44 pm #10

Seems like it was a decent event, at least for what PWX has been putting on recently. A lot of hits and misses. I hope PWX finds some good consistency. I do not get why J-Ru is on the roster now and bringing in his untrained yarders. Haven't we seen enough of those guys from HBW and UCW or whatever. Dahmer's name change sort of came out of no where, but I can understand because he hasn't been "syko" for a long time. Calvin Magrath is a decent addition to the roster. Not too good in the ring, but he has a good look. The Shirley Doe stable was interesting both good and bad. Good because it will be a unique stable, bad because I was completely confused what they did when they all came out and left. The main event scene needs refreshened too. Not that anybody is bad, but its just getting played out. 216 thing is still doing alright, another thing that has had its hits and misses.
That kid that was JRu's partner isn't one of his boys. Just some kid they stuck him with.
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