Listen to Major League Wrestling’s latest Talking Show with The Phenomenal Hoot AJ Styles along with IndyTaker and Corporate Kane (The Young Bucks) reunite with the Good Brothers to talk a little shop including…
-The Bullet Club address Bully Ray’s promo from Bound for Glory-ski
-Young Bucks working whack TNA gimmick matches
-Tiger Hattori-ski gets ribbed by Mr Perfect Curt Hennig
-How much does Karl miss Fergal Devitt
-The heat between Karl and his son escalates
-Food on the road
-Fake Kane’s gear not fitting right
-THE Johnny Davis chimes in with a question
-Kenny Omega coming to New Japan. Find out when!
-Calling it in the ring!
AND CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO IT!!
2CW has just announced the next match for their December 5th event in Binghamton, New York. It will feature the reuniting X-Factor! It will be for the first time in over ten years!!! When X-PAC and Justin Credible team again to reform X-Factor as they take on Biff & Ted’s Excellent Tag Team Adventure the team of Biff Busick & The Ladies Man!! Go ahead and buy ickets on sale now at 2cw.com
Already announced for this show is The Young Bucks will battle Rich Swann and AR Fox! Plus 2CW Champion Captain Nick Ando will put his title on the line against “Hybrid” Sean Carr! And Impact Wrestling Knockouts Champion HAVOK will battle TBA. Wait, who’s TBA? Just wait, it’s To Be Announced!!!
Plus the rest of your favorite 2CW wrestlers!
It’s being reported that Drew Galloway will face Austin Aries at House of Hardcore VII. Previously Aries had left an open challenge to anyone. It’s looking like the former WWE superstar and current Evolve Champion will challenge the TNA superstar.
Tommy Dreamer’s House of Hardcore will present their VII event and it will hail from the former ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It will be their first event available on internet pay-per-view event.
The following matches are currently announced:
– The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) vs. The Young Bucks (Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson).
– Austin Aries vs. Drew Galloway.
– Ethan Carter III vs. Tommy Dreamer (w/Beulah) in an Old School Extreme Rules Match.
– The Wolves (Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards) vs. The Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr & Lance Archer).
– Christian York vs. Brian Myers.
– Eddie Kingston vs. Jigsaw.
– Appearances from CW Anderson, Velvet Sky and more.
It’s time again for a new playlist. And well, this is the time! In this weeks edition of the playlist entitled “The 4410.” We are featuring Amazing Red! The former TNA X-Division Champion and ROH Tag Team Champion.
Why have we chosen Amazing Red? Well it’s quite simple, we just saw him this past weekend and it was our first time seeing Red in such a long time. In fact that’s why we’re calling this “The 4410” because that’s how many days it’s been since I’ve last seen him wrestle live.
Yep, that is a lot of days. How many days ago was that actually? Well, a lot. We’ll have to go back to 2002 to get a little closer. In fact it’d have to be September 21st. Yep, October 18th, 2014 to September 21st, 2002. That’s where we counted. Or at least hopefully counted right.
We saw him wrestle Jay Briscoe at ROH’s Unscripted event in South Philly at the Murphy Rec. And due to not being able to find the match anywhere but some foreign website we’ll link yeah to that. And sadly, it won’t be in The 4410.
But don’t be sad, there’s still tons of great Amazing Red clips on the YouTube. So check them out and say hey thanks Red!
At NJPW’s King Of Pro-Wrestling show the Bullet Club comprised of Bad Luck Fale, Doc Gallows, Karl Anderosn, Tama Tonga, The Young Bucks, Yujiro Takahashi and AJ Styles were all set to wrestle. Some in tag matches and others defending their titles.
AJ Styles defended his IWGP Heavyweight Championship and Takahashi as well defended his NEVER Openweight Championship. Setting up small chance that some how the Bullet Club would lose it’s two top single titles.
While The Young Bucks challenged the Time Splitters, the team of Alex Shelley and Kushida for the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship. However it was a three way match for the titles as Forever Hooligans of Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero were also involved. But sadly the hottest tag team in the business today just couldn’t pull off the victory and failed to win.
As for Bad Luck Fale, Doc Dallows, Karl Anderson and Tama Tonga they were set to face off against Kota Ibushi, Togi Makabe, Tomoaki Honma, Yuji Nagata in a eight man tag match. Yes, that’s former WCW superstar Yuji Nagata. And well, his WCW fame was just too much for the Bullet Club members as they lost the opening match of the night.
This just left the two champions left to over come victory and well, we previously reported at AJ Styles lost the IWGP Heavyweight Championshp to Hiroshi Tanahashi. So this ultimately just left Takahashi and his NEVER Openweight Championship match against Tomohiro Ishii.
Ishii, who was described as Dave Meltzer as the “probably [one of the] most underrated guys in the business.” Ishii was looking to recapture the title for the second time and after a nearly 18 minute match he was successful. Thus sending another Bullet Club member to lose.
As it would finally end the Bullet Club had a total of 4 matches at King Of Pro-Wrestling and ended up losing each and every one of them. Going 0 and 4. What does this mean for the Bullet Club? Will they blame each other or will they blame the returning Jeff Jarrett?
At TNA’s Bound For Glory Team 3D, formerly known as The Dudley’s, took out a Bullet Club shirt and called out the organization. He then went on to rip up the shirt and claim he was going to put everyone of their members through a table.
This all occurred after Team 3D defeated the team of Abyss and Tommy Dreamer at TNA’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view which was held in Japan at the legendary Korakuen Hall in Tokyo.
It’s worth noting that Team 3D will be facing The Young Bucks on November 21st for 2CW’s Nightmare Before Christmas event in Syracuse, New York. The Bucks are members of the Bullet Club.
So the question leads up to ask “Is this what they meant?” Or is there more to this?
The Twitter world is going crazy believing it has something to do with TNA and Wrestle-1 calling out NJPW. But me, I think it has something more to do with Team 3D letting the world know that independent wrestling is alive and kicking and that at 2CW we will see one of the greatest matches.
For more information about 2CW’s upcoming event please check out our article about it! And then check out 2CW’s website!
2CW returns home to Syracuse, New York as they present Nightmare Before Christmas on November 21st, 2014. It will be one of the biggest shows 2CW has done to date or at least attempt to be.
There will be a number of big names at this event as the main event is one for the record books as one of the greatest tag teams of all time takes on the recent inductees to the TNA Hall Of Fame. Plus a lot more!
MAIN EVENT: FOR THE 2CW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP:
The Dudley Boys (Bubba Ray & D-Von), 2CW Tag Team Champions VS. The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson), Challengers
FOR THE 2CW HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP:
Capt Nick Ando, 2CW Champion VS. “Juggerdawg”, Challenger
TAG TEAM ATTRACTION:
World’s Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae ) VS. Kevin “The Man” Graham & Mike “Brute” VanSylke
Johnny Gargano VS. “Party Peacock” Dalton Castle
AR FOX VS. Colin Delaney
Jay Freddie VS. ‘Hybrid” Sean Carr
Gregory Iron VS. Cheech
TAG TEAM ATTRACTION:
“Supercop” Dick Justice & Jasper Whipple (w/ Austin Hope) VS. Guy Sunshine & “Muscle” Marcos
Eric Mohammed Timmins (w/ Bin Hamin) VS. Isys Ephex VS. Rob Cook VS. “Studly” Steve McKenzie VS. Peter D. Order VS. Guero Loco
Card Subject to Change, it is Syracuse there might be some snow.
It’s been a tough couple of weeks for Beyond Wrestling, the Rhode Island based wrestling company. Just hours before their September 28th event Makin’ Moves, a terrible move was made. The move was the show had to be cancelled due to a shooting at 1am at the night club where the event was being held. Turn
Beyond Wrestling’s Drew Cordeiro (aka Denver Colorado; the man not the place) posted this statement on their Facebook page: “Due to circumstances out of our control, Fete Music has been closed until at least Wednesday. Therefore we have to cancel our live event today. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase. If you are still coming we are doing a meet and greet in the parking lot and giving away free food.”
This obviously was financially difficult for the independent company who felt it necessary to do all they could to help the talent and the fans. All because of some idiot’s costly decision. To read more on the situation check out TurnToTen.com
But now after a few weeks the announcement has been made about Beyond Wrestling’s next event and it’s called Alive & Kicking. November 28th it’s happening and if you’re not getting set to invade Rhode Island than you need to stop and strongly reevaluate your life.
Alive & Kicking will help to kick off a two night event where Beyond Wrestling’s second night will feature their third installment of Tournament For Tomorrow.
Not many details on who will be appearing has yet to be released but we do know that the tag team will be there. And by the tag team we mean the best tag team in the business today and that’s the Young Bucks! Yes, those guys who currently have taken over the world. They will face off against Da Hoodz.
So basically there has to be one thing done that weekend and it’s to attend Beyond Wrestling’s two night event. Help them Sell out Fete!
Check out more information on their Facebook Event Page!
Northeast Wrestling will present our annual Autumn Ambush event on Saturday, October 18 at 7 p.m. in Waterbury, CT at Crosby High School (300 Pierpont Road). Autograph Session with all the stars at 5 p.m. This event is a fundraiser for the Waterbury Police Athletic League.
The Hardys will take on the Young Bucks once again. The first time these two teams faced off was at Northeast Wrestling’s Wrestling Under The Stars III which saw the Hardys pull out the win. But will the Young Bucks be able to even up the series!?
That won’t be the only big time match going on as Robbie E with “Showtime” Stevie Stamos will take on Monster BC the man formerly known as Brodus Clay. And then Jake Manning will battle Mark Shurman. Then we will see Jimmy Preston take on Cedric Alexander and then don’t forget about the six man tag match! The six man tag match will feature Chris Battle, Anthony Battle and Lukas Sharp as they battle Mikey Webb, Randy Shawn and Ron Zombie!! Plus Booker T and Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat will be in attendance!
For more information and tickets please visit Northeast Wrestling’s website NOW!! And maybe you’ll get to meet and greet one of the guys from The Indy Network!