The IWS champion, the Arsenal, and his goons, the Hardcore Ninjaz, the so-called “Fan Favourites” will face the combined forces of the Flying Hurricanes and the Triple X “Sex XXXpress” Sexxxy Eddy in a huge six man tag match during the main event of the next IWS show, Payback’s A Bitch, on November 15th.
Sexxxy Eddy and the Flying Hurricanes will have revenge on their minds. Eddy is coming off his first ever loss to the Arsenal at last months Blood, Sweat and Beers, while the Hurricanes were Pearl Harboured by the Hardcore Ninjaz during the same show. Eddy and the Hurricanes have never worked together before, but they do have a lot in common: all three are uncommonly resilient, all three are truly popular with the fans and most importantly, all three men hate the Arsenal and the Hardcore Ninjaz.
Two men also united by their hatred... for each other... will clash, as Kevin Steen and El Generico face off in an Extreme Grudge Match. At Blood, Sweat & Beers, Steen and El Generico combined with Pierre Carl Ouellet in a three way dance that inspired the IWS faithful to rush the ring, pound the mat and chant “Match of the Year!” With hand-held fan cams of that match already circulating amongst wrestling insiders from Connecticut to Nashville, anticipation is building for this match pitting two of the finest young wrestlers in Canada. But this will not just be a showcase of technical excellence. Feelings between the two men run high after Kevin Steen duped El Generico following the three way dance last month leading to Steen flattening the Tijuana native with his trademark Package Pile Driver.
During Payback’s A Bitch, the IWS Odd Couple and tag team champions, the Green Phantom and EXcesS69 will face the stiffest challenge to their titles yet as they square off against Quebec City’s Xtreme Revolution. Nightmare Manson and Crazy Crusher have demonstrated over the past three months that they can overcome obstacles of strength, size and numbers, but in the IWS tag team champions they may have run into a challenge so big that even giant-killer Crazy Crusher may not be able to overcome it.
Xtreme Revolution earned their title shot by beating Don Francesco’s boys, Tomassino and the Black Stallion Eric Mastrocola. Crusher and Manson benefitted from some unexpected help from Commissioner Joseph FitzMorris who flattened Eric Mastrocola with a chair shot. The Commissioner’s intended target had been Nightmare Manson. Don Francesco had warned the Commissioner before the match that the right team had better win... or else. At Payback’s A Bitch, no doubt the Commissioner will discover what Don Francesco means by “or else”.
Former IWS champion Dru Onyx has just returned from his triumphant tour of England with NWA (UK) Hammerlock. He is scheduled to face Shane Simmons at Payback’s A Bitch. No doubt the Bajan Bomber will be looking to prove that he deserves a shot at getting his hands back on the IWS title. And when the Butcher from Barbados has something to prove, God help his opponent.
Also scheduled for Payback’s A Bitch, the former Westmount native Beef Wellington has been booked to face Fred le Merveille, the leader of le Syndicat de Lutte Internet in what can only be described as a true clash of cultures.
Beef’s former tag team partner Kid Kamikaze and his bodyguard Kurt Lauderdale will also be in attendance during Payback’s A Bitch, as well as Pierre Carl Ouellet amongst others.
The IWS presents Payback’s A Bitch scheduled for Saturday, November 15th, at Le Skratch, 965 Cure Labelle, Chomedey, Laval, Québec. Doors open at 8:30 pm. Tickets are twelve dollars. Card subject to change. For information about the show e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Internet Wresting Syndicate at their web-site: http://www.syndicatewrestling.com/ . For information about IWS merchandise & DVDs, our wholesale prices or our customer referral program e-mail email@example.com or order from http://xrv.com/its/ .
Tremendous use of LJN wrestling figures that I currently own. Chris Lewinski should be much higher on the list. That Jack Tunney picture scares the crap out of me. I must hear more about this Weedwhackers team; they look like they're going places.