RWA Bloody Harvest 3 - Sat Oct 8 7PM in West Newton!

RWA Bloody Harvest 3 - Sat Oct 8 7PM in West Newton!

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October 8th, 2011, 1:32 am #1

RWA Bloody Harvest 3 - October 8, 2011
West Newton Gymnasium 113 South Fifth St West Newton, PA 15089
Adult Tickets: $12
Children Under 14 Tickets: $6

The fall brings change to the colors of the wind...but the days grow shorter. The night threatens to swallow any hope of the light. The bloody harvest descends upon West Newton for the third time!!

RWA Heavyweight Championship
????? (challenger) vs. "The Future" CALVIN McGRATH (champion)
The RWA world was in the Feelbad 5's hands. September 17 began with suits and celebration for each of the champions under Dr. Feelbad's tutelage. They said no one could stop them....that is until Calvin McGrath came along! McGrath convinced the RWA Heavyweight Champion Ashton Amherst into a title match and finally achieved what escaped him since February! We have a NEW champion in RWA, and he is currently set to make his first championship title defense at Bloody Harvest 3!

RWA Tag Team Championship
STRYDER & ????? (challengers) vs. FEELBAD 5 (RYAN REIGN & PATRICK HAYES) w/ DR. FEELBAD
What goes around, comes around. That cliche is currently spinning around in the mind of young Ryan Reign. First, he & Jon Burton cheat their way to tag team gold. Then they were the deciding factor in ending Stryder's most recent chase for the RWA Heavyweight Championship. Now... Reign suffered a loss that made HIM the target for the RWA Original. As stipulated in their match, Stryder will challenge for the tag titles, and he has the power to name anyone to be his partner! No one will know until the night of October 8! Can the 5 continue to hold onto most of (not all) the RWA titles? Will Stryder become the 1st ever RWA Triple Crown Champion?? ....Why is Patrick Hayes in this match and Jon Burton???

Special Challenge Match
"Untouchable" CHRIS LeRUSSO vs. SCOTT PRODIGY
Time is a valuable thing and with it comes payment in form of patience. Scott Prodigy did what no man had been able to do and lasted 10 minutes with the monster Shane Taylor. He paid that price to earn his place on the active RWA roster. Those 10 minutes were in addition to the around 40-50 days of anticipation for such an opportunity. His wait is over..but his journey's just begun. Meanwhile, the wait has started for one Chris LeRusso. Frustrated at an issue that grew bigger than his matches, LeRusso will have his chance to face Ryan Edmonds for the PA Regional Championship.. on November 5 at RWA Open Season 3. A full period of 60 days before one last chance at that gold. To LeRusso, Prodigy shall be the warm-up match. This match will be the payment of time & hard work towards a goal for LeRusso.....and the beginning of the payoff for Scott Prodigy. Who will emerge the victor in this evenly matched contest?

One-on-One Match
"Sensational" SETH ALLEN vs. "Steel City Prodigy" RYAN MITCHELL
Ups and downs are a consistency in professional wrestling. Six months ago, Ryan Mitchell saw his temporary departure from the sport, while Seth Allen was starting to make a name for himself in the RWA. Deciding to hone his craft in his home state of Ohio, Allen has since not been around. When Mitchell made his in-ring return, it was a main event grudge match with Ashton Amherst. Now he'll have to work his way back up the card in order to chase Calvin McGrath's heavyweight title. The returning submission machine of Seth Allen will be his next opponent! Who will pick up the much needed win? Will "Notorious" Shane Taylor be looming in the background?

CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE

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RWA News

1. Honorable Amherst?

The Feelbad 5 proclaimed that not one man could defeat ASHTON AMHERST for the RWA Heavyweight Championship. How fitting it truly is to discover that that one man turned out to be Amherst himself!! After dangling a restraining order in Calvin McGrath's face, the now-former champion had a strange change of heart..and ripped the legal document up! This came after McGrath asked him to "be a man" and to face him without any of the Feelbad 5 being involved. After retaining the title for 6 months in the most unmanly manner, why did Ashton agree to this? It not only cost him the richest prize in RWA, but it also sent him to the BOTTOM of the roster - a rule made for every one of his title matches! What will the former champion say in response to his actions? Who, if anyone, will he face on October 8, now that he has to climb his way back up?


2. Commish Plays Mental Chess

Being a commissioner promising for change, PIV has plenty on his plate as it is. Several issues with the Feelbad 5 remain undone... and yet another member of the RWA roster has decided to test the new authority figure's resolve. JAY-ICE is the #1 Contender of the RWA Cruiserweight Championship, with a chance to claim that title shot at a time of his choosing. He also has a mean streak that rivals or exceeds anyone in professional wrestling. This perchance to violence claimed Christopher Arkadian in bloody fashion. Upset at Jay-Ice's ruthlessness, PIV threatened to fire the competitor upon further action. This didn't stop the Son of Strongstyle, though! Jay-Ice has made himself untouchable until he redeems his Cruiserweight title shot. This effectively makes him the first man to outsmart the intelligent Commissioner! After leaving Arcadian a broken man, Jay-Ice posted this on Youtube -http://youtu.be/kh9ZZzR9vMs . What will be PIV's response? Is he already in check?


3. Minus One Equals Five

THIS JUST IN FROM RWA HEADQUARTERS!!
Dr. Feelbad has finally commented on the situation concerning Ryan Reign's status with the Feelbad 5! The RWA Owner says, and we quote, "Ryan Reign is the future of Pittsburgh wrestling, and I believe many others in the company agree with me on that fact. Therefore.. Mr. Reign is a FULL-FLEDGED member of the Feelbad 5 as of this moment!" The authoritative leader then provided a very intriguing statement... "Because of that decision, we now currently have six members to the Feelbad 5... but there must always be a Feelbad FIVE, dammit! On October 8.. someone's getting fired."
This is arguably the biggest news of 2011! One of the long-established Feelbad 5 members (Ashton Amherst, Ryan Edmonds, Joseph Brooks, Jon Burton, & Patrick Hayes) WILL be kicked out of the elite group! Who will suddenly find himself out of the boss's favor? If I were a betting man... my money would be on either Burton or Hayes. You can only find out at RWA Bloody Harvest 3, October 8 in the West Newton Gymnasium!

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A sincere THANK YOU goes to each and every one of the fans, friends, wrestlers, staff, and supporters of the Renegade Wrestling Alliance! Without ANY of you, we would not be where we are today! 2011 has been the absolute BEST year this company has had, and it is all because of YOU!! See you at the show October 8, 2011 in West Newton, PA!!

RWA - Because #1 means being the best in EVERYTHING
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October 9th, 2011, 3:00 pm #2

Jay Ice started the show by calling out RWA commissioner Piv, and asked him to read his contract to prove that he is "untouchable". Piv tried to fire Ice after destroying Christopher Arkadian last month, but Piv perused the contract to find that it did indeed indicate that Jay can't be fired, due to his guaranteed RWA Cruiserweight title shot. Piv said that even though he couldn't fire Jay, he could make his life miserable until he cashes in his title shot. Piv announced that Ice would face a mystery opponent from his past later in the night.

Ashton Amherst defeated "Hot Stuff" Chris Marx with an MK Ultra. After the match, Feelbad continued to berate Amherst for losing the title last month. Ashton went to the back, further evidencing the discord between him and the Feelbad 5. Piv added fuel to the fire by announcing that Ryan Reign would defend the RWA tag team titles, even though no other members of the Feelbad 5 were in attendance.

"Notorious" Shane Taylor defeated "The New Genesis" Christopher Arkadian with a judo front slam.

"Untouchable" Chris LeRusso defeated Scott Prodigy with the Near Death Experience. After the match, LeRusso requested an additional stipulation for his no-DQ match versus Ryan Edmonds next month. He asked for the Feelbad 5 and Troy Davis to be banned from ringside, but if LeRusso loses, he would never get another RWA Pennsylvania Regional title shot against Edmonds.

The First Black President of Professional Wrestling, Lamont "Action" Williams, called out Patrick Hayes for attacking him at his last RWA appearance. Jay Ice came out to ask if Williams was his surprise opponent, and Piv revealed that there would be a three-way match between Ice, Williams, and Aftermath. Ice stalked outside the ring, waiting for one of the others to get the upper hand and then attack from behind. Williams hit Legislation on Aftermath for 2, then Ice attempted a codebreaker on Williams, but he reversed it into an Impeachment. Patrick Hayes's music hit, causing Lamont to run the back to find him. Aftermath hit a curb stomp, but then Ice hit him with brass knuckles while the referee's back was turned to steal the win.

"The Steel City Prodigy" defeated "Sensational" Seth Allen. Allen reversed the Steel Curtain into a spike DDT for 2. Mitchell hit a top-rope elbow drop, then reversed a crossface into a Steel Curtain for the win. After the match, Shane Taylor hit Mitchell with a big slam and splash. RWA announcer Michael "Doc" Daugherty got in the ring to ask Ryan his thoughts after being attacked by Taylor twice. Mitchell said Taylor is not in his league, and didn't deserve a match against him.

Joseph Brooks (with Dr. Feelbad and Alexa) defended the RWA Cruiserweight title against Jimmy Nutts. Nutts hit an axe kick for 2, but argued with the referee about the count. When the official's back was turned, Brooks hit Nutts with his Cruiserweight title belt to retain.

Chris Taylor and Shane Taylor fought their way out to the ring, where Shane hit a splash off the second rope. Ryan Mitchell chased Shane away with a chair, while an obviously injured Chris Taylor was helped to the back.

Ryan Reign and Dr. Feelbad (with Troy Davis and Alexa) defended the RWA Tag Team titles against Stryder and his mystery opponent, Ashton Amherst. Stryder hit his rugby ball spear on Reign, but Davis refused to count. Amherst hit the MK Ultra on Davis, and referee Timothy Cash came to the ring to replace him. Stryder and Amherst pull Feelbad into the ring, where Stryder applied the Texas Cloverleaf, causing Feelbad to tap out. As a result, Stryder and Ashton Amherst are the new RWA Tag Team Champions. Incidentally, Stryder is now the first and only RWA Triple Crown Champion.

In the main event, Calvin McGrath defended the RWA Heavyweight Title against Kato. The challenger hit a blatant low blow in full view of the referee, causing a disqualification. As McGrath recovered, Kato told McGrath that the fans don't care about him, and McGrath responded with a low blow of his own.

On Saturday, 05 November 2011, RWA presents Open Season 3 in the West Newton Gym.
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October 9th, 2011, 4:31 pm #3

Did I read that right? Feelbad wrestled? Ok you fn bash Tank and UCW for this? Feelbad is more of a joke every fn day.
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October 9th, 2011, 5:07 pm #4

Tank does it all the time, Feelbad did it once
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October 9th, 2011, 6:21 pm #5

it was done in a way that made sense and he did not try to be a "wrestler." He was a manager forced into a match. Gimmick that is done alot and always gets over. Dont shit on something just to shit on it please.
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October 9th, 2011, 7:54 pm #6

No its a gimmick used by a promoter to get there ego over as a wrestler. If it were anything else he won't use ring gear.
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October 9th, 2011, 7:55 pm #7

it was done in a way that made sense and he did not try to be a "wrestler." He was a manager forced into a match. Gimmick that is done alot and always gets over. Dont shit on something just to shit on it please.
when feelbad took his shirt off the kids in the crowd ran away.
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October 9th, 2011, 8:41 pm #8

Im pretty sure Chris Taylor shot on people like you last night
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October 9th, 2011, 8:47 pm #9

No its a gimmick used by a promoter to get there ego over as a wrestler. If it were anything else he won't use ring gear.
The gear was borrowed from a wrestler in the back, i agree with Seth stop being such shitheads on everything.
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October 9th, 2011, 9:00 pm #10

Im pretty sure Chris Taylor shot on people like you last night
it was far and away the most over match of the night, so something about it had to be right
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