FNW This weekend

FNW This weekend

Jonathan Lipnicky
Jonathan Lipnicky

March 30th, 2011, 3:47 pm #1

Obviously SJK is the only wrestler that matters at FNW since his match is the only one announced, but are there other wrestlers on the show? Or is SJK just wrestling for 2 hours so Dan can sit in the corner and pull his pud.
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Rod Tidwell
Rod Tidwell

March 30th, 2011, 7:50 pm #2

BLADE!

BLADE!
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March 31st, 2011, 1:03 am #3

what's funny is SJK no showed the last show and then wrestled the next night at UCW
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March 31st, 2011, 1:11 am #4

Who really cares. SJK is still the best in Pittsburgh. He can wrestle wherever he wants to. FNW still has the best run production in Pittsburgh. They always get a good crowd. No need to talk trash on these guys.
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March 31st, 2011, 1:18 am #5

The best run production? They don't even have DVDs of the shows they run once every 2 months in Butler.
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March 31st, 2011, 1:44 am #6

It works well for them and their fans. They have been running shows a long time and their crowds have been consistant for years. You cant make everybody happy.
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March 31st, 2011, 2:14 am #7

NUFF SAID.................
Your opinion means nothing to anybody but you, so perhaps you should keep it to yourself. People like you make people not want to visit this site. Why dont you go train to be a wrestler or start your own promotion? Put up or shut up.
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March 31st, 2011, 7:18 am #8

Obviously SJK is the only wrestler that matters at FNW since his match is the only one announced, but are there other wrestlers on the show? Or is SJK just wrestling for 2 hours so Dan can sit in the corner and pull his pud.

















































FNW and WARRIORS return to the Butler Days Inn this Friday night April 1st, 2011 with a bell time of 8:00 PM. All your favorite (and least-favorite) WARRIORS will be in the house, and today we're giving you a sneak peak as to which stars you can look forward to seeing!


Former champion SJK gets his chance to regain the title against the powerful champion Collier... but where does he stand?


At our last event in Butler, Josef Von Schmidt and T. Rantula announced their alliance to the world. What do they have planned this time around?


"The Steel City Prodigy" Ryan Mitchell will be in action this Friday. After a defeat at the hands of Michael Blade back in February, can Mitchell get back on track?


"The Future" Calvin McGrath has signed a deal with WWE! But before he leaves, you get a chance to see this future star up close and personal at the Butler Days Inn!


Wily veteran Kato returned to FNW with a victory over McGrath, and claimed he was retiring soon. What is next in line for the Kato Retirement Tour?


Michael Blade has been on a win streak since September, defeating the likes of Ryan Mitchell, Jimi the Hippie, and Tommy Mack. Can he continue his winning ways this Friday?


Former FNW Heavyweight Champion Scott Fowler was nowhere to be found at our return to action in February. What does he have in store for this Friday night?


Dennis Gregory returns to his old stomping grounds of FNW this Friday night! Does the "War Machine" have big plans for his return?


Dirty Money made a big impact in FNW back in September when he defeated former FNW Heavyweight Champion Christian York. What will happen when he returns six months later?


The only man in wrestling arrogant and obnoxious enough to have three nicknames, "True Talent" "Beautiful" Bobby "The Body" Shields makes his return to FNW this Friday night!


"Heart Attack" Tommy Mack made his FNW debut this past September, but didn't quite make the impression he would've liked. Can he bounce back and regain some momentum this Friday night?


Stryder will debut for FNW this Friday! This rugby enthusiast with Irish heritage has been tearing up the local wrestling scene for the last few years, and now has his sights set on Far North Wrestling!


Crusher Hansen made a victorious return to FNW back in February over Earl Cooter. Can he have the same success this time around?


The new team of DJ Young and Travis Thomas made their own impact on FNW in February as they took out the Huck N. Fillbillies in the Fillbillies' debut. What will they do this time as FNW returns to the Butler Days Inn?!

Tickets are on sale by calling 412-480-8968, or by e-mailing fnwtickets@gmail.com


















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April 2nd, 2011, 7:47 pm #9

Who's got them?
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April 5th, 2011, 10:55 pm #10

FNW and WARRIORS returned to the Butler Days Inn this past Friday night for a big night of action in front of a great crowd!

DJ Young & Travis Thomas defeated The Uprising
The debuting Uprising, "Platinum" Payton Graham & "The Real Deal" Sean Reznikk, faced the team of "Urban Cowboy" DJ Young and his new associate Travis Thomas. It seemed like Young was under the influence of his less-than-admirable teammate, as he picked up the win with his feet on the ropes. Will Thomas continue to influence the usually pleasant demeanor of DJ Young?

Stryder def. "Heart Attack" Tommy Mack
Another young star debuted on April 1st as Stryder took on "Heart Attack" Tommy Mack. Mack once again went unsuccessful as Stryder plowed through him with a spear on his way to victory.

Michael Blade def. Crusher Hansen
Blade continued his winning streak in FNW as he defeated veteran Crusher Hansen with a breathtaking split-legged moonsault.

Dirty Money def. "The Future" Calvin McGrath
Recent WWE signee Calvin McGrath took on the cocky and obnoxious Dirty Money. McGrath's power proved to be too much for Dirty Money to handle, so he took advantage of the referee being knocked out, raked eyes of McGrath, and planted him with the Money Clip for the win.

T. Von Rantula & Josef Von Schmidt def. Terry Ring & Bobby Shields
After intermission, the New Alliance of Josef Von Schmidt and T. Von Rantula came to the ring. In addition to the name change, Von Schmidt announced that T. will now only speak in German, with Von Schmidt translating for him. He also claimed they went out and found two of the top athletes from around the world. Their opponents for the night were "Showtime" Terry Ring and "True Talent" Bobby Shields, two top young talents no doubt, but no match for the huge towering opponents they faced that night. The sheer size difference, power, experience, and even help from a foreign object allowed the New Alliance to pick up the victory.

Kato def. Dennis Gregory
These two veterans matched wits and dirty tricks in this one, which had a very unique ending. Just as both men seemed exhausted with either one ready to pick up the win, Kato rolled out of the ring and asked for the microphone. He congratulated Gregory and offered him the opportunity to pin him. As Kato laid down, and Gregory laid on top of him for the pin, Kato rolled Gregory over for a surprise 3 count! After the pin, Kato grabbed the microphone again and wished Denny "April Fools!"

Ryan Mitchell vs. Scott Fowler went to a time-limit draw
Two of the top athletes on the East Coast did battle as Ryan Mitchell took on former FNW Champion Scott Fowler. Both men obviously had a mutual respect for one another, and it showed in the ring. They both tried everything they could to put the other away, but just as it seemed things were ready to come to a pinfall decision, the bell rang, indicating a 15 minute time limit draw! But when the fans asked for five more minutes, they were granted! Fowler took advantage of Mitchell's injured knee and locked on a figure four leg lock, but the five extra minutes ran out again, and the time limit draw stood.

FNW Heavyweight Champion Bill Collier vs. Sterling James Keenan went to a no-contest
While SJK's allegiance seemed in doubt going into the event, he surely acted like his old self when it came to the crowd. The champion Collier showed incredible strength and agility, while SJK leaned toward his newfound MMA training to help him along the way. When Collier went for his signature sitout powerbomb, SJK elbowed his way out and locked in a triangle choke! But just then, the New Alliance rushed the ring and attacked both Collier and SJK! The two men who minutes before were attacking each other had no choice but to team up to fend off the incoming slaughter from Von Schmidt and Von Rantula! With the New Alliance retreating to the locker room, the two men went face to face with the title in each man's grasp. With no clear winner, will these two men face off again? And will the New Alliance have anything to do with it next time?
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