Sabu to Make His Montreal Debut
The International Wrestling Syndicate announced Saturday night that hardcore wrestling legend Sabu will be making his Montreal wrestling debut on June 3rd as Pierre Carl Ouellet’s tag-team partner during the IWS gala Un F’N Sanctioned.
IWS Champion EXesS just barely defended his IWS title against Viking in the main event of Scarred For Life in a match where the ropes on one side were wrapped in barbed wire.
Viking, a crowd favourite, irreverant, beer-drinking brawler was poised to win after convincing the crowd at ringside to forcibly body-surf a dazed EXesS on their shoulders until Viking brought him crashing down to the floor of Bogey’s World with a Cactus Jack elbow. Viking followed this up by dragging EXesS over to the merchandise booth and setting up a table with EXesS on it; destroying both EXesS and table with a cannonball off a cigarette vending machine.
Unfortunately, the match was not Falls Count Anywhere and Viking was forced to fireman carry EXesS dead weight back to the ring, giving EXesS enough time to revive and score the pin fall after 17:59.
IWS Scarred For Life Results – Quick and Dirty
Saturday, April 22nd, 2006
Bogey's World, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA
Match #1: D-Vyne Challenge - Dan Paysan beat Markos Estrada in 11:50.
Match#2: Sexxxy Eddy and Lufisto beat Jagger W. Bush and American Idol Shayne Hawke in 12:44. Eddy pinned Jagger.
Match#3: Jimmy Stone beat Kevin Steen after 14:12!
Match#4: Twiggy and Porn Star Juan lasted ten minutes in the ring with Tomassino and Paranoid Jake Matthews to earn a match during Un F'N Sanctioned.
Match#5: Kenny the Bastard beat Kid Kamikaze in 7:59 to become the new IWS Canadian Champion.
Match#6: Kenny the Bastard successfully defended his IWS Canadian title by beating Kevin Steen in 0:54.
Match#7: Player Uno and Crazy Crusher beat Fred la Merveille and Maxime Boyer in 10:54. Uno pinned Boyer.
Match#8: Beef Wellington pinned El Generico in 19:53.
Match#9: The Hardcore Ninjaz and Damian beat Franky the Mobster and IWS Tag team champions 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews) in 6:05. Damian pinned Franky.
Match#10: IWS Title Match - EXesS pinned Viking after 17:59.
Detailed Results for IWS Scarred For Life
Scarred For Life began with the Green Phantom coming to the ring to gloat over how at Know Your Enemies he and Dru Onyx had busted Pierre Carl Ouellet’s ribs. Phantom warned PCO that more than just his ribs were at stake if he dared to show up at Scarred For Life. PCO charged the ring with bandaged ribs, knocked the Green Phantom out of the ring and demanded that a video promo be played showing his tag team partner for Un F’N Sanctioned June 3rd at the Medley: the homicidal, genocidal, suicidal Sabu.
The IWS hardcore soldiers erupted in joy at this announcement, but as the video promo was dying down, the Green Phantom snuck back into the ring and spoiled PCO’s celebration by ambushing the veteran from behind. PCO had to be helped to the back.
The first match of the night was the latest D-Vyne Challenge as Dan Paysan faced the latest opponent hand-picked by Dan’s old valet to make his life miserable, in this case Markos Estrada. This was the Acadian’s second match in the IWS and he made a much bigger and better impression than in his first match at Praise the Violence against Jimmy Stone. Estrada wrestled with a cocky swagger spot-lighting his Acadian origin by stealing a variety of moves from the repertoire of Acadian super-star Rene Dupree. Despite Estrada (and D-Vyne) cheating like bandits, Dan Paysan was able to get the win with his “Last Kiss” swinging neck-breaker at 11:50.
After the match, Dan Paysan mocked D-Vyne for saying at Know Your Enemies that "Once you go black, you don't go back!" and then coming out with Markos Estrada a month later. While Dan did that, Velvet Jones hit the ring, ambushed Dan Paysan and announced that he would be making his IWS debut against Dan at Un F'N Sanctioned. While mostly unknown outside of Quebec, Velvet Jones is one of the best cruiserweights in Quebec, fun, inventive and a killer with the mike.
The first lady of hardcore, Lufisto, made her return to the IWS after an absence of nearly four years, brought back by Sexxxy Eddy to be his tag team partner and inspiration. In their first match as a tag team, Eddy and Lufisto beat the SLI-USA team of Jagger W. Bush and the American Idol Shayne Hawke. Eddy pinned Jagger at 12:44. The highlight of the match was probably Lufisto setting up Jagger for a broncobuster only to have Eddy throw Jagger out of the ring and insist that Lufisto do the move to him instead.
After the match, Joey Soprano came out to offer his services as manager to help Eddy win back the IWS title for an unprecedented fourth time. Lufisto pantsed Joey, rode him like a pig and made him squeal.
Before his match against Jimmy Stone, the arrogant Kevin Steen forced IWS ring announcer Brian the Guppie to read a two page list of his accomplishments as “the Franchise of Quebec Wrestling”. During his match against Jimmy Stone, Kevin beat Stone from one end of the ring to the other. In one sickening moment, Steen took two open chairs that were facing each other, reversed them so that they were back to back and then press lifted Stone and dropped him on the chairs chest first. But to the increasing delight of the fans, Jimmy Stone endured this onslaught until he was able to turn the tables on “Mr. Wrestling” and humiliate his adversary with a surprise roll-up for the win after 14:12.
Twiggy and Porn Star Juan faced Joey Soprano’s heavyweight team of Tomassino and “Paranoid” Jake Matthews in a match where the stipulation was that if the two Lilliputian warriors could last for ten minutes in the ring, they would achieve their dream of having a match at Un F’N Sanctioned. After six minutes of running for their lives, things did not look good for the “Clock and Cock Connection” when Matthews obliterated the two young men with a running Van Terminator so stiff that it snapped the bottom rope. But Joey Soprano stopped the inevitable pin so that he could have his fun as well with his loaded shoe. Before Joey could get his licks in, however, Sexxxy Eddy and Lufisto hit the ring, followed in short order by Jagger W. Bush and Shayne Hawke. Despite Joey frantically calling for someone to stop the clock, the ensuing chaos gave Twiggy and Pornstar Juan the time they needed.
After a short intermission to fix the ropes, Kenny the Bastard faced IWS Canadian champion Kid Kamikaze in a technical match filled with submission wrestling. To the delight of the crowd, Kenny pulled out the victory pinning Double K after 7:59.
After the match, Kevin Steen came to the ring and announced that he would be Kenny’s first challenger for the Canadian title, forcing the referee to ring the bell for an immediate match. Fans of the IWS might remember that is exactly the way that Kevin won his first IWS title at V, beating an exhausted El Generico. This time, however, Kevin’s plans back-fired as he arrogantly pulled up Kenny at two with the intention of finishing Kenny off with a Steenalizer. Kenny reversed the Steenalizer into a roll-up and the desperate pin at 0:54 to successfully defend his title. A humiliated Steen destroyed Kenny with a vicious Steenalizer.
After a near career ending knee injury, Crazy Crusher made his triumphant return to the IWS on Saturday night. Brian the Guppie announced that Crusher would be one of the participants in the six man ladder match at Un F’N Sanctioned for Kenny the Bastard’s IWS Canadian title. The other announced participant being Kid Kamikaze. Fred la Merveille came to the ring with Maxime Boyer to announce that he would also be a part of that ladder match. When Boyer and Fred began attacking Crazy Crusher, Player Uno ran out of the back to even the odds. Crusher and Uno emerged the victors with Uno pinning Boyer after 10:54.
Beef Wellington is convinced, despite repeated betrayals by El Generico, that his former roommate has not truly joined the Dark Side of the Force, that he has merely been misled by bad advice from Kevin Steen and IWS owner PCP Crazy F’N Manny. On Saturday, appeals to logic having failed, Beef tried to convince El Generico of the errors of his ways by beating some sense into him. I don’t know how convincing the argument was, but it certainly wasn’t from a lack of effort as the two men beat the living tar out of one another. Beef emerged victorious after bridging El Generico into an E. Coli piledriver at 19:53.
After the match, Beef offered his hand to El Generico in friendship one more time. It appeared that Generico was seriously thinking of shaking Beef’s hand, but he was dragged to the back by PCP Crazy F’N Manny.
No one in the IWS has held the IWS tag team belts more than the Hardcore Ninjaz. They will finally get a chance to win back those titles at Un F’N Sanctioned from the current champions, 2.0, Jagged and Shane Matthews. On Saturday, the Ninjaz prepared for their upcoming title match by teaming with the God of War, Damian, against 2.0 and Franky the Mobster. Damian pinned Franky the Mobster after 6:05 to pick up the win. The Ninjaz tried to put an exclamation mark on the victory by putting Jagged through a burning table. Jagged escaped and was less than pleased at the prospect of nearly burning alive.
After just barely hanging on to his IWS title in an amazing and violent title defence against Viking, EXesS was joined in the ring by PCP Crazy F’N Manny who announced that EXesS would be his partner against Beef Wellington during the main event Fans Bring the Weapons Match at Un F’N Sanctioned.
Beef charged the ring with a light tube, sending Manny and EXesS to the outside (and saving Viking from a beating.) A furious Manny gloated that Beef was going to be alone in the main event, trapped in the ring with Manny, EXesS and hundred of light tubes. At this point, Viking grabbed the mike and launched a furious tirade in French making himself Beef’s partner.
The most recent IWS Bloodstream to set up Scarred For Life can be found here:
My most recent “When We Were Marks” include:
“Heels Remember – Faces Regret”
Memories of growing up watching Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling
“Call Me Cassandra”
Profile of the Green Phantom
“But They Are Such Wonderful Lies”
Night-Stalker, NCW and the nature of kayfabe
“That Dangerous Cool”
The James Bond myth
“Montreal Hits and Myths”
How being an Expos and a Canadians fan affects how you watch wrestling
“A Strange Form of Equality”
Lufisto vs. the Ontario Athletic Commission
The International Wrestling Syndicate is pleased to present Un F’N Sanctioned featuring the Montreal debut of Sabu on Saturday, June 3rd in the beautiful downtown Medley, 1170 St-Denis, near the Berri-UQAM Metro. Montreal, Quebec, CANADA. Doors open at 7:30 pm, show starts at 9 pm. VIP tickets are $25, Regular tickets are $20. VIP ticket holders admitted first. No reserved seating. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.ticketpro.ca or in person at the Medley box office. 18+. Card and times subject to change.
Announced so far for Un F'N Sanctioned
Fans Bring the Weapons Match
Beef Wellington and Viking vs. PCP Crazy F'N Manny and EXesS
Pierre Carl Ouellet and Sabu vs. the Green Phantom and Dru Onyx
IWS Tag Team Title Match
Champions 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews) vs. the Hardcore Ninjaz
Velvet Jones with D-Vyne vs. Dan Paysan
IWS Canadian Title Match
Six Man Ladder Match
Champion Kenny the Bastard
Fred la Merveille
Twiggy and Pornstar Juan will have a match at Un F'N Sanctioned
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