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Sunday, April 13th, 2003
LBS#18: IWS Results: Freedom to Fight
From the TimeKeeper's Table:
As always, I encourage IWS hardcore soldiers to feel free both to copy these results and use them to spread the word about the IWS, and to give me feedback about ways that I can improve the "official" results. I post this press release on about a dozen wrestling boards, and I e-mail it to a list of (to date) 88 persons including "wrestling journalists", actual sports journalists and community papers.
If any of you have media contacts that you would like to add to my list please let me know.
OR if you have posted the results somewhere let me know, thanks.
Oh and thanks to Colonel Meez for his suggestions.
An IWS Press Release
Internet Wrestling Syndicate
Chomedey, Laval, Québec, CANADA
Sunday, April 13th 2003
*FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*
Brother vs. Brother - Ninja vs. Ninja - Flesh vs. Barbed Wire
Evil Ninja Number Two beat his brother Hardcore Ninja Number One into a bloody wreck last night in front of a standing room only crowd at Le Skratch in Chomedey Laval. This highly anticipated match was the culmination of a months long feud between the two brothers. The Hardcore Ninjas, once the most dominant tag team in Eastern Canada, disintegrated in bitterness and jealousy after they lost their IWS tag team titles in November to Hi-5 in a barbed wire ladder match. After the loss, Evil Ninja Number Two super-kicked his brother and walked out of their partnership. Following a series of escalating confrontations, the two brothers from Fabertown Japan finally agreed to meet last night to resolve their differences in a no holds barred, no rope, barbed wire match.
Before the show, Brian the Guppie of Team 990’s Between the Ropes, announced the release of two new IWS DVDs, Season’s Beatings and Violent Valentine, joining the already released Summer Slaughter and Blood, Sweat and Beers.
In other bouts last night, Career Killer Kurt Lauderdale, in his first official match in the IWS, defeated Wailing Jimmy Handjob in 11:33.
The match between Righteous Rick Sterling and Pat, the Highlander, Hamilton was ruled a no-contest in 4:38 after Fred le Merveille ran in to help Righteous Rick Sterling beat down the helpless Highlander. After Pat was rescued by the Latino Connection, Fred le Merveille challenged Latino Kid and Latino Mysterio to a match with him and Righteous Rick Sterling at the next IWS show, Body Count.
In a burning tables match, Faces of Death defeated the Angry Aryans in 12:22, putting Viking through a burning table. As the crowd chanted “Burn Nazi Burn,” Viking fled from the ring on fire and was later treated at the hospital for second degree burns. The match started with the Angry Aryans bringing two large men in white robes with pointy hats to the ring to help them fight off Faces of Death. When Faces of Death’s music hit however the cloaked figures disrobed revealing it was Faces of Death disguised.
After Faces of Death left in triumph, the IWS tag team champions Hi-5 came out and complained that IWS President Seska had threatened to strip their belts if they did not defend them during Freedom to Fight. Beef Wellington declared, “So we have chosen our opponents for the night. We will defend our titles against... the Angry Aryans.” Kamikaze Kid rolled up the battered Damian in three seconds to set a new IWS record.
In an impromptu match up, the Flying Hurricanes defeated Hi-5 in 14:00 after a ring side distraction by Faces of Death. Junior Referee Ruffneck awarded the IWS tag titles to the Flying Hurricanes, but was overruled by senior IWS official Peanut, who announced, “Hi-5 have already beaten the Angry Aryans to defend their titles. This match that just happened was a non title match. No IWS tag team can defend their title more than once per show. Still your IWS tag team champions, the very good looking and highly charismatic Beef Wellington and Kamikaze Kid: Hi-5!”
In a three way dance to determine the number one contender for the IWS heavyweight title, Arsenal pinned the Green Phantom in 23:39 with help from his tag team partner, Evil Ninja Number Two. Earlier in the night, Arsenal had pledged not to compete in the match claiming that he was already the number one contender by virtue of being undefeated since last September. When the three way dance began, Arsenal did not come out to his music, leaving the Green Phantom and XES69 to battle alone. After they had battered each other for ten minutes, a fresh Arsenal charged out to join the match. Arsenal was denied a quick cheap victory and the match continued featuring a death defying suicide dive by XES69 from off a twenty foot tall balcony on to the Green Phantom. Later, XES69 had to be helped to the back at the twenty minute mark after the Green Phantom hit him with a Modified Ganso bomb and followed up with a spike pile driver.
Onyx retained his IWS heavyweight title, pinning the previously undefeated rookie El Generico, in 17:15. Despite weighing in at 155 pounds, less than half of the champion’s weight, the Tijuana native El Generico came heart breakingly close to winning the title.
In the main event, a no rope, barbed wire match, the two hardcore Ninjas set a new standard for high flying action in a match traditionally not known for high flying. Evil Ninja Number Two took control of the match after wrapping his brother in barbed wire, throwing him on a table outside the ring and flipping off a twelve foot tall speaker platform through his brother and the table. He then won the match by rolling his brother into the ring and climbing the same twelve foot speaker platform with a chair, before dropping a chair assisted leg onto Hardcore Ninja Number One to get the pin at 16:10.
The next IWS show is Body Count, scheduled for May 17th, at Le Skratch, 965 Cure Labelle, Chomedey, Laval, Québec.
For information about the show e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Internet Wresting Syndicate at their web-site: www.syndicatewrestling.com.
For information about IWS DVDs e-mail email@example.com or order from www.emaxwrestlingtapes.com.
(edited by Llakor on 13.4.03 1511)
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