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10/11 THIS DAY IN HISTORY: FLAIR VS. RACE IN A CAGE, LAWLER AND DUNDEE WIN AWA WORLD TAG TEAM TITLES, DRAGON WINS THE J CROWN, MICKEY ROURKE SIGNS ON FOR 'THE WRESTLER' AND MORE

By Mike Johnson on 2018-10-11 08:00:00

October 11th

On this day in history ....


1965 - WWWF ran West Hempstead, NY:

-Argentine Apollo & Miguel Perez defeated Waldo Von Erich & Angelo Savoldi
-Arnold Skaaland defeated Gene Dubuque
-Tarzan Tyler defeated Chief Big Heart
-Bobo Brazil defeated Clyde Steeves
-Johnny Valentine defeated Bill Watts via disqualification

WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Bill Miller to a draw

1971 - The AWA ran Duluth, Minnesota at The Arena before 1,230 fans, featuring the following results:

-Dr. X (Dick Beyer) & Wahoo McDaniel defeated Larry Hennig & Dusty Rhodes in a Best of Three Falls encounter.
-Dick Murdoch defeated Bull Bullinski in 22 minutes.
-Dawn Lemke defeated Kay Noble in 17 minutes.
-Superstar Billy Graham defeated George Gadaski in 12 minutes.

1971 - A live event in Memphis, TN at the Mid-South Coliseum saw the following results for an event promoted by Nick Gulas, Roy Welch & Bert Bates:

-Sputnick Monroe & Norvell Austin (the Black Panther) defeated NWA Southern Tag Team champions Tojo Yamamoto & Robert Fuller in the third and final fall to win the belts.  According to a pre-match stipulation, had Monroe & Austin lost, Monroe would be painted yellow in the ring.
-The Von Brauner Bros. defeated Oni Wikl Wiki & Omar Atlas.
-The Inferno #1 defeated the Green Hornet, who was unmasked to reveal Roy Bass, in a Mask vs. Mask match.
-Eddie Marlin & Dwayne Peal defeated the Golden Terrors.

1971 - Championship Wrestling from Florida ran Orlando, FL at the Sports Stadium with the following results:

-Dick Murdoch defeated Eddie Graham.
-The Australians, Ron Miller & Larry O'Day defeated Bobby Duncum & Bull Marcus.
-Skandor Akbar defeated Irish Mickey Doyle.
-Ken Lusk defeated Corsica Jean.
-Juan Garcia defeated George Strickland

1971 - A live event in Abilene, TX at the Taylor County Coliseum saw the following results in the main events:

-The Infernos beat Dory Funk Sr & Ricky Romero via countout.
- In a Texas Death Match: JC Dykes beat Buck Robley after Clubfoot Inferno interfered.
-Farmer Luke Brown & Sal Domigues beat Duke Myers & Al Velasco.

1971 - Mid-Atlantic Wrestling ran Charlotte, NC at The Coliseum with the following results:

-Jack Brisco & Jerry Brisco beat Brute Bernard & Missouri Mauler via forfeit.
-Art Nelson beat Billy Two Rivers.
-Fabulous Moolah beat Susan Green.
-Frank Hester beat Krusher Karlson.
-Matti Suzuki beat George Grant.

1971 - A live event in Dayton, OH at the Union Hall saw the following results in the main events:

-The Stomper & Fred Curry beat Mitsu Arakawa & Yoshino Sato dq
Dingo the Sundowner beat Mighty Igor by DQ.
-Bobo Brazil beat Chris Tolos via DQ.
-Sonny Boy Hayes beat Pee Wee Adams.

1971 - A live event in El Paso, Texas at The Coliseum featuring the following:

-NWA World champion Dory Funk Jr beat Mr. Wrestling.
-Terry Funk beat Ciclon Negro.
-Lightning R Jones & Jerry Kozak beat Masio Okuma & Mr. Koma when Jones beat Okuma.
-Lorenzo Parente & Bobby Hart fought Bob Roop & Eric Rommel to a draw.

1971 - A live event in Fort Worth, TX featuring the following results:
-The Spoiler beat Ernie Ladd.
-Johnny Valentine beat Buddy Wolff by DQ.
-Nick Kozak beat Bobby Shane.
-Bronko Lubich & Sabu Singh beat Bobby Burns & George Gaiser.
-Grizzly Smith beat George Hultz.

1971 - A Mid-Atlantic Wrestling event in Greenville, SC at the Memorial Auditorium saw the following results:

-Rip Hawk & Swede Hanson & Gary Hart beat George Becker & Johnny Weaver & Tommy Seigler.
-Gene Anderson beat Les Thatcher.
-Bearcat Wright beat Tinker Todd.
-Angelo Martinelli beat Bill Bowman.
-Joe Turner beat Bobby Paul.

1971 - A live event in Waycross, GA at The City Auditorium with the following results:

-Georgia Champion Buddy Colt beat Klondike Bill in a Best of Three Falls.
-Bill Dromo beat Billy Spears in a Best of Three Falls bout.
-Joe Turco & Bill White beat Jerry Oates & Alex Medina.
-Derrell Cochran beat Mr. X via DQ.

1971 - A live event in West Palm Beach, FL at the Auditorium featuring the following results:

-Buddy Fuller beat Leo Garibaldi.
-Cadillac Tournament Matches.
-Louie Tillet drew Ronnie Garvin.
-Ron Fuller beat Corsica Joe.
-Hiro Matsuda beat Greg Peterson.
-Johnny Walker beat Black Bart.
-Les Welch & Sherri Lee beat Jim Dillon & June Peterson.

1972 - A live event promoted by Ed Francis ran Honolulu, Hawaii with the following results:

-AWA World Tag Team champions Nick Bockwinkel & Ray Stevens defeated Bearcat Wright & Bobo Brazil.
-Flying Fred Curry defeated Freddie Blassie.
-The Sheik defeated Tony Rocco.
-Sam Steamboat defeated Fidel Castillo.
-Ed Francis fought Big John Quinn to a draw.

1972 - Championship Wrestling from Florida ran Miami, FL at the Dinner Key Auditorium saw the following results:

-Dory Funk Jr. defeated Ron Fuller.
-Paul Jones defeated Robert Fuller.
-Jack Brisco defeated Buddy Colt.
-Sputnik Monroe & Norvel Austin defeated Mike Graham & Louie Tillett by DQ.
-Phil Robley defeated Bob Cassey.
-Lou Nova defeated Bob Orton Jr.

1972 - A Mid-Atlantic Wrestling event in Asheville, NC at the City Auditorium saw the following results:

-Matti Suzuki beat Sandy Scott.
-Women's Champion Fabulous Moolah fought Penny Banner to a double countout.
-The Royal Kangaroos, Lord Jonathan Boyd & Norman Frederick Charles III beat Klondike Bill & Frank Hester.
-Joe Furr beat Jim Grabmire.
-Frank Morrell beat Tinker Todd.
-George Two Ton Harris beat Terry Sawyer.

1972 - A live event in Los Angeles, CA at the Olympic Auditorium promoted by The LeBells drew 4.372 fans featuring the following results:

-Americas Tag Team Champions Ruben Juarez & Eric Froelich beat Ripper Collins & Jan Madrid.
-La Pantera Negra beat Masked Texan.
-Dory Dixon beat The Outlaw.
-Great Mephisto beat Don Reeves.
-Mr Saito beat Rayo Blanco.
-Earl Maynard beat Bengali.

1972 - A live event in Nashville, TN saw the following results:

-Ken Lucas & Frankie Laine beat Lorenzo Parente & Bobby Hart.
-Len Rossi beat George Hultz by DQ.
-Al Greene & Don Greene fought Bearcat Brown & Johnny Walker to a draw.
-Tommy Gilbert beat Rick Neal.

1972 - A live event in San Jose, CA saw the following results:

-U.S. Champion Pat Patterson beat Paul DeMarco.
-Pepper Gomez & Rocky Johnson beat John L Sullivan & Luke Graham.
-Manuel Cruz beat Rocky Montero.
-Tio Taylor beat Beauregarde.

1975 - Mid-Atlantic Wrestling ran Greensboro, NC at the Greensboro Coliseum with the following results:

-NWA World Champion Jack Brisco beat Dory Funk Jr (substituting for Johnny Valentine).
-NWA World Tag Team Champions Gene Anderson & Ole Anderson beat Paul Jones & Dusty Rhodes.
-Tiger Conway & Steve Keirn beat Mike Dubois & Bill Howard.
-Johnny Weaver & Roberto Soto beat Larry Sharpe & John Smith.
-Steve Strong beat Klondike Bill.
-Danny Miller beat Charlie Fulton.
-Mr. Wrestling Tim Woods beat The Spoiler.

1976 - WWWF ran Hempstead, Long Island at the Nassau Coliseum with the following results:

-Jose Gonzalez (substituting for Davey O'Hannon) defeated Mark Tendler.
-Johnny Rivera & Victor Rivera defeated Johnny Rodz & Rocky Tamayo in a Best 2 out of 3 falls match.
-Tor Kamata defeated Manuel Soto.
-Ivan Putski defeated Doug Gilbert.
-Bruiser Brody defeated SD Jones.
-WWWF World Champion Bruno Sammartino fought Stan Hansen to a double disqualification.

1976 -A live event in Memphis, TN at the Mid-South Coliseum before 6,812 fans saw the following results:

-Sylvia Hackney & Bearcat Brown beat Judy Mosley & Bobby Whitlock.
-Don Anderson fought Butch Malone to a draw.
-Gorgeous George, Jr. beat Plowboy Frazier.
-Southern Tag Champs Phil Hickerson & Dennis Condrey fought Frankie Laine & Bill Dundee to a no contest.
-Jerry Lawler beat Dory Funk Jr. after nine falls in a "Texas death" match.

1976 - A live event in Fort Worth, Texas saw the following results:

-Siegfried Stanke & Big O beat Rocky Johnson & Charlie Cook.
-Thunderbolt Patterson beat Lord Alfred Hayes by DQ.
-Jose Lothario beat Moondog Mayne by DQ.
-Les Thornton beat Mr. Fuji.
-Tony Charles beat El Bracero.

1980 - WWF ran Philadelphia, PA at The Spectrum featuring the following results:

-Dominic DeNucci defeated Baron Mikel Scicluna.
-Tony Garea defeated Sika via countout.
-Pedro Morales defeated Afa.
-Andre the Giant defeated WWF Intercontinental champion Ken Patera via countout.
-Larry Zbyszko defeated WWF World champion Bob Backlund via countout.
-Rick McGraw & Rick Martel defeated Jose Estrada & Johnny Rodz.
-Pat Patterson defeated Larry Sharpe.

1981 - Mid-Atlantic Wrestling ran Hampton, VA at the Hampton Coliseum with the following results:

-Tony Anthony beat Ali Bey.
-Charlie Fulton beat Siva Afi.
-Frank Monte beat El Toro.
-The Grappler & Super Destroyer beat Jake Roberts & Jay Youngblood.
-NWA U.S. Champion Sgt. Slaughter beat Sweet Ebony Diamond.
-Mid Atlantic champ Ricky Steamboat beat Ivan Koloff.
-Wahoo McDaniel beat Roddy Piper in a Texas Death match.

1981 - A Mid-South Wrestling event in Lake Charles, LA saw the following results:

-The Iron Sheik beat Carl Fergie.
-Jim Garvin beat Ken Mantell.
-Bob Orton Jr. beat King Cobra.
-Bob Roop beat Tony Charles.
-The Samoans beat Junkyard Dog & Mike George.
-Paul Orndorff beat Ted DiBiase by DQ.

1982 - A live event in Memphis, TN at the Mid South Coliseum saw the following results before 6.655 fans:

-Nick Bockwinkel beat Jerry Lawler to win Southern Title.
-The New York Dolls, The Dream Machine & Rick McGraw fought to a no contest against The Fabulous Ones, Steve Keirn & Stan Lane.
-Terry Taylor & Jacques Rougeau beat Sweet Brown Sugar & Bobby Eaton.
-Jimmy Hart & Kamala II beat Kamala & Kim Chee.
-Steve Regal & Spike Huber beat The Sheepherders.
-Dutch Mantel beat The Angel.

1983 - Championship Wrestling from Florida ran Tampa at the Sundome featuring the following results:

-Mike Davis beat Johnny Rich.
-Big Daddy & Hector Guerrero beat Dr. X & Mr. Olympia.
-Barry Windham beat J.J. Dillon.
-Southern champion Mike Rotundo beat Ron Bass.
-Hulk Hogan beat Elijah Akeem in a Bodyslam match.
-Dusty Rhodes & Blackjack Mulligan beat Abdullah The Butcher & Kareem Muhammad by DQ.

1984 - A combined AWA and NWA event at the Baltimore Civic Center in Baltimore, MD featured the following results:

-National TV champion Bob Roop beat Jerry Oates.
-National tag team champs Rip Rogers & Ted Oates beat Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner.
-Tommy Rich pinned Mr. Ito.
-AWA World Tag Team Champions the Road Warriors fought Dusty Rhodes & Ole Anderson to a Double DQ.
-Ronnie Garvin beat Ted DiBiase to win the National title.
-NWA World Champion Ric Flair pinned Harley Race in a Steel Cage match.

1985 -  A live event promoted by Paul Boesch in Houston, TX at the Sam Houston Coliseum saw the following results:

-Wendell Cooley beat El Corsario.
-Dick Slater beat Steve Constance.
-The Fantastics beat Dutch Mantell & Eddie Gilbert.
-Hector Guerrero beat Steve Williams.
-Dick Murdoch beat Al Perez.
-Ted DiBiase beat Bob Sweetan in a taped fists match.
-Hacksaw Duggan & Jake Roberts beat Humongous & The Nightmare.
-Butch Reed beat NWA World Champion Ric Flair via DQ.

1987 - Bill Dundee & Jerry Lawler defeat Doug Somers & Soldat Ustinov for the AWA World Tag Team Title in Memphis, Tennessee. Somers was a substitute for Boris Zukhov, who had left the AWA for the WWF.

1987 - Lioness Asuka & Chigusa Nagayo defeated Bull Nakano & Condor Saito in the finals of the Best Tag Team League in Tokyo, Japan. The two teams were tied with seven points each going into the final. The Jumping Bomb Angels and Lelani Kai & Angel Manelli were right behind them at six points.

 1987 - WWF ran Springfield, MA at the Civic Center before 2,429 fans with the following results:

-The Ultimate Warrior pinned George Skaaland.
-WWF Women's Tag Team Champions The Glamour Girls, Judy Martin & Leilani Kai defeated Velvet McIntyre & Olympia Hartower.
-Tito Santana pinned Tama.
-Haku pinned Rick Martel after Tama interfered.
-George Steele defeated Danny Davis via countout.
-Sika pinned Lanny Poffo.
-Billy Jack Haynes fought Hercules to a draw.
-Bam Bam Bigelow pinned King Harley Race.

1989 - Jumbo Tsuruta defeats Genichiro Tenryu in Yokohama, Japan for the All Japan Triple Crown (NWA United National, NWA International and Pacific Wrestling Federation Heavyweight titles), becoming the first ever two-time Triple Crown champion.

1990 - WWF ran Phoenix, Arizona at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium with the following results:

-Jimmy Snuka pinned Barry O.
-The Brooklyn Brawler defeated Dale (Dusty) Wolfe.
-Hercules defeated Marty Jannetty.
-Ted Dibiase pinned Dusty Rhodes.
-Tugboat pinned Dino Bravo.
-Shane Douglas defeated Buddy Rose.
-Hacksaw Duggan defeated Earthquake by DQ when Dino Bravo interfered.

1992 - WWF ran Red Deer, Alberta with the following results:

-Virgil defeated Skinner.
-Road Warrior Animal defeated Double Trouble in a handicap match.
-Crush defeated Papa Shango.
-Shawn Michaels defeated Tito Santana.
-Repo Man defeated Jim Powers.
-Razor Ramon defeated Randy Savage via countout.
-Bret Hart defeated WWF World Champion Ric Flair via disqualification.

1992 - WCW ran a WCW Saturday Night taping in Atlanta, GA at Center Stage Theatre with the following results, courtesy of www.thehistoryofwwe.com:

-Sid Vicious pinned Awesome Kong at the 45-second mark; the match was taped to air on the 12/4/93 program but did not due to icious's suspension after the Arn Anderson incident in Europe.
-WCW World Champion Vader (w/ Harley Race) & Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) defeated Ric Flair (w/ Fifi) & Arn Anderson (sub. for Sid Vicious) via disqualification; prior to the bout, Vicious was attacked from behind by the Colossal Kongs, who held Vicious down for Vader to hit a splash on the floor; moments later, Anderson, Ron Simmons, Erik Watts, and others came out to tend to Vicious; following the commercial break, Vicious was helped backstage; Flair then returned to the ring and said he had found a new partner, with Anderson then returning ringside as well; the match went 33:05 and was still going on when the program ended; Schiavone said the result would be announced the following night on The Main Event.  This would turn out to be Vicious' last WCW TV appearance for six years.
-Paul Orndorff defeated Erik Watts.
-Arn Anderson defeated Tom Burton.
-WCW World Champion Vader defeated Alex Davis.
-Ron Simmons defeated Sonny Rogers.
-WCW Tag Team Champions the Nasty Boys (w/ Missy Hyatt) defeated Troy Ace & Al Phillips.
-Marcus Alexander Bagwell (w/ Teddy Long) defeated Bob Starr.
-WCW TV Champion Lord Steven Regal (w/ Sir William) defeated Mark Starr.
-WCW US Champion Dustin Rhodes defeated an unknown.
-Ric Flair & Ricky Steamboat defeated Bobby Eaton & the Equalizer.

1993 - Randy Savage defeats Jerry Lawler for the USWA Unified Heavyweight Title in Memphis, Tennessee, ending Lawler's 16th run with the title. Savage would vacate the title the next month when WWF would break off relations with the USWA.

Undercard results of the show saw:

-Jeff Gaylord beat Jim Dodson.
-Doug Gilbert beat Spellbinder.
-PG-13 beat The American Eagles.
-Tony Falk & Miss Texas beat Brian Christopher & Nanny Simpson.
-USWA Tag Team champs Moondog Spike & Mike Anthony beat Doug Gilbert & Dog Catcher #1.
-USWA Champ Jeff Jarrett beat Tommy Rich via countout.

1996 - Ultimo Dragon defeats The Great Sasuke in Osaka, Japan to win the eight-belt J-Crown. Dragon would later win the WCW Cruiserweight Title as well, and hold nine belts at one time. The J-Crown consisted of the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title, NWA World Junior Heavyweight Title, WAR International Junior Heavyweight Title, British Commonwealth Junior Heavyweight Title, WWF World Light Heavyweight Title, UWA World Light Heavyweight Title, WWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Title, and the NWA World Welterweight Title.

11996 -WWF ran Victoria, British Columbia with the following results:

-Barry Windham defeated Justin Bradshaw.
-Crush defeated Bob Holly.
-Jake Roberts pinned Hunter Hearst Helmsley with the DDT.
-The Grimm Twins defeated the Smoking Gunns.
-WWF IC Champion Marc Mero defeated Steve Austin by disqualification.
-The Undertaker pinned Mankind with the tombstone in a no holds barred match.
-WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels pinned Vader with the superkick.

1996 - Extreme Championship Wrestling ran Revere, MA at the Wonderland Greyhound Park before 903 fans with the following results:

-ECW World Tag Team Champions New Jack & Mustafa defeated the Samoan Gangsta Party.
-Doug Furnas pinned Johnny Smith.
-Louie Spicolli defeated Devon Storm.
-Buh Buh Ray & Spike Dudley defeated The FBI, JT Smith & Little Guido.
-Taz defeated Mikey Whipwreck.
-ECW World TV Champion Shane Douglas defeated Pitbull2 by disqualification.
-Tommy Dreamer defeated Brian Lee in a Weapons match.
-The Eliminators, Perry Saturn & John Kronus defeated the Erotic Experience
-Sabu pinned 2 Cold Scorpio
-ECW World Champion the Sandman pinned Stevie Richards

1997 - ECW ran Beaver Falls, PA at The Beaver Falls Middle School before 400 fans with the following results:

-The Blue Meanie defeated Jason.r /> -Bam Bam Bigelow defeated Spike Dudley.
-ECW TV Champion Taz defeated Little Guido.
-Al Snow defeated Lou Marconi.
-Tracy Smothers defeated Marty Barnett via disqualification.
-Justin Credible defeated Paul Diamond.
-Doug Furnas & Phil LaFon defeated Mikey Whipwreck & Chris Chetti.
-ECW World Champion Shane Douglas defeated Al Snow.

1998 - WCW ran Milwaukee, Wisconsin with the following results:

-Psychosis defeated Tokyo Magnum.
-WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman defaeted Prince Iaukea.
Eddie Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Alex Wright & Disco Inferno.
-Wrath defeated Davey Boy Smith.
-Lex Luger & Rick Steiner fought Scott Norton & Stevie Ray to a no contest.
-Sting & Lex Luger, & Rick Steiner defeated WCW U.S. Champion Bret Hart, & Scott Norton, & Stevie Ray.
-WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg defeated the Giant.

1999 - Jushin Liger defeats Kendo KaShin in Tokyo, Japan to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title for a record 10th time.

2005 - The main event of Hardcore Homecoming: November Reign was announced - Terry Funk and Sabu, teaming for the first time ever in a tag match against the former Dudley Boyz, Team 3D.

2006 - WNEP 16 reported that vandals spray-painted "DX" all over the city of Lock Haven, PA over several evenings.

2007 - Word came out that Nicolas Cage was in negotiations to play Randy the Ram in "The Wrestler."  Cage signed on, but after one day of training with Afa the Wild Samoan, dropped out of the project, paving the way for Mickey Rourke to take the role.  Rourke would receive massive acclaim for the role, including an Academy Award nomination.

2007 - WWE released Teddy Hart from a developmental deal, ending his planned involvement in a second generation Hart Family tag team.  That group would eventually come to be known as the Hart Dynasty, consisting of Natalya Neidhart, Harry "DH" Smith and Tyson Kidd.

2007 - TNA ran Birmingham, Alabama.  Charles Dudley filed the following live report:

My friend and I had VIP seats which were the front row which entitled you to a meet and greet. I had brought things to get signed but you could buy them as well.
 
Meet & Greet:
 
All were available for pics and were willing to sign just about anything. My buddy and I were 2 of the first one's in so I don't know if it changed once time became an issue.
 
LAX- They were both really cool, Hernandez was hilarious
"Black Machismo" Jay Lethal- Also cool, stays in gimmick the whole time
Eric Young- Hilarious, commented on how he probably got his ass kicked in a DVD that I brought the cover to get signed. Made a comment to kid about Pacman not being there in a sarcastic tone.
Gail Kim- Super Hot and really cool
Wildcat Chris Harris- Cool guy, seemed really down to earth  
 
Matches:
 
Eric Young vs. Jimmy Rave
    - Rave looks really small and has no definition to his body at all. Decent match Eric Young wins. Young was way over with the crowd, doing funny stuff and carrying on, really cool guy.
 
"Wildcat" Chris Harris vs. Robert Roode
    - Before the match Robert Roode got mad at Ms. Brooks because she wouldn't hold the ropes for him and sent her to the back, which got a lot of boos because she is really hot and she has been doing promotional stuff in the area for the show. Chris Harris won with a roll-up, in what was a pretty decent match.
 
Gail Kim vs. Jackie Moore vs. Ms. Brooks
    - Gail Kim was the most over here and Ms. Brooks was over too. Jackie had some fans, but man is she looking worse for wear and she is tiny but has huge breasts, they just look freakish. Good women's match, Gail Kim gets the win after some high spots and said that's what its gonna be like at the PPV.
 
Abyss vs. A.J. Styles
    - AJ was really over because he does WrestleBirmingham appearances a lot. Abyss won with a cool looking Black Hole Slam after some good offense by AJ working on the knee of Abyss. Abyss had a lot of fans and these guys next to us on the front row were heckling him, calling him the gimp from Pulp Fiction all during the match. After the match he was standing right in front of us and told them "F*** your mother, suck my d**k." Pretty hilarious because you wouldn't expect that from Abyss, since he just started talking not to long ago.
 
INTERMISSION
 
During the break Abyss was signing autographs by the merchandise.
 
"Cowboy" James Storm vs. Rhino
    - Rhino was a "no-show." They did this same thing the last time they were here with Storm getting a win over Chris Harris by forfeit then running down the fans and Chris Harris ran out and they brawled. This time, however, Storm ran down the fans on the mic and Chris Harris came out and they fought for a little bit and then Robert Roode came out and they double teamed Harris. There was a "We Want Showtime" chant here and Storm said "Well I want a million dollars." Harris ended up winning because Storm superkicked Roode and Harris pinned him. Fuzzy booking with blatant interference, but it is TNA.
 
LAX & Black Machismo vs. Triple X
    - The music messed up here so both came out to just crowd noise. Triple X got some chants and LAX and Lethal were way over. Toward the beginning of the match, the hecklers next to us were getting at Homicide calling him Chavo and making grass cutting jokes and he turned around and told them to suck his d**k, pretty loud and weird because there were kids there and they are supposed to be faces. Funny moment after that though, Hernandez looked at him and was like, "You kind of look like Chavo." Good match typical spots, Homicide hurt his eye and had to flush it out and seemed to be pretty pissed off about it. Hernandez is awesome, funny guy and looked like he was having a ball and Lethal cracks me up with the Savage stuff. LAX and Lethal get the win.
 
Main Event
Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe
    - This match was just OK. I expected it to be way better than it was but it was still really good. No Final Resolution or Genesis match here but still quality stuff. Angle got the win after using the belt and low-blowing Joe. Both guys were over, but Angle over more than Joe.  After the match Joe was helped to the back selling the belt shot.
 
Then Jeremy Borash announced that you could get into the ring with Kurt Angle and meet him and get an autograph and a 1984 Polaroid pic with the champ for $20. We passed and left.
 
The crowd was small only being like 30% full maybe. Last time they sold it out but it was also on a Saturday night. I'd be shocked if they came back with such crappy attendance. The hecklers were a plenty and not without incident but a good show. Last time they came it was much better, it seemed very low rent this time, like they didn't know about the show and just threw it together.

2008 - Dos Caras Jr. told the Mexican media that that he definitely planned on staying in EMLL for the rest of the year after meeting with EMLL personnel. Dos said that he isn’t being offered enough money by the WWE to make him jump on a whim so he said that he would wait them out and would continue to work for EMLL for at least the next 3 months. Dos said that after speaking to Paco Alonso directly, his problems with the promotion have subsided and both sides are happy with their current situation but he said that he would still take offers although he is sticking around with EMLL. Dos then denied that he would be appearing on WWE shows next week when they tour Mexico because there is no contract and won’t be until they meet his demands.   He would eventually sign a WWE deal and debut as Alberto Del Rio.

2008 - TNA held a Fan Interaction event as part of Bound for Glory weekend in Chicago.  Gregory Davis filed the following live report:

Here's my report of the 2008 TNA Bound for Glory Fan Interaction event from the O'Hare Hyatt in Rosemont.
 
The event took place in a room in the bottom floor. The doors opened right around 10:00, with the first session beginning at about 11:05.
 
Ten tables were set up. Four of them (1, 2, 5, & 10) had ropes set up so the long lines wouldn't get out of hand (although it did anyway for Sting).
 
Three ninety-minute sessions were scheduled. To accommodate as many people as possible, Sting was scheduled for the first session, plus half of the second. After that, Mick Foley came out for the second half of that session, and the third. The Beautiful People also ended up coming out for two full sessions.
 
Here was the breakdown of sessions.
 
Session one: Sting, Kurt Angle, Taylor Wilde, Sonjay Dutt & So Cal Val, LAX, the Rock n' Rave Infection and Christy Hemme, Mike Tenay and Don West, Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed, Jay Lethal, and Rhino.
 
Session two: Sting/Mick Foley, AJ Styles, Beer Money & Jacqueline, Jim Cornette & Traci Brooks, Team 3D & Johnny Devine, Consequences Creed, the Motor City Machine Guns, Roxxi, the Beautiful People, and Christian Cage.
 
Session three: Mick Foley, Booker T & Sharmell, the Prince Justice Brotherhood, Matt Morgan & Abyss, Samoa Joe, Rhaka Kahn & ODB, Sheik Abdul Bashir, Petey Williams & Earl Hebner, the Beautiful People, and Jeff Jarrett.
 
There was a merchandise section where fans could buy T-shirts (including several new ones), DVDs,  BFG posters (one of them still had Gail Kim on it), as well as the tickets required to get an 8x10 or Polaroid photo. Tri-Star had a table, giving out free decks of TNA trading cards. Midway Games, the sponsor of this event, setup several TVs, where we could play the TNA Impact video game. During the third session, Consequences Creed played against some fans.
 
A small stage was set up in the middle, where Jeremy Borash would host the event. Him and Lauren went around interviewing the various stars. Mick Foley also had a brief interview up there.
 
The basic rule was that you were allowed "three things" per star, which basically meant three autographs, or two autographs and a Polaroid.
 
The tables were being run by members of TNA.
 
During the third session, JB and Don West revealed that in honor of Jarrett's return to the ring, many of the TNA employees bought him a high quality guitar with his image laser engraved on it. About 20 guitars were purchased, with a few given to employees, six being sold at the Fanfest, and the rest to be sold online later.
 
As usual, Dixie Carter was walking about, greeting the fans and whatnot. There was also some local media going around. I saw a film crew for CN100, and a couple guys from ESPN 1000 radio.
 
Overall, I had a great time, getting about 30 autographs. Obviously I couldn't get everyone, but I was thrilled with what I got, especially Jeff Jarrett.

2009 - TNA ran Mantako, Minnesota.  Buddy Winston filed the following report:

Opening match saw Hernandez over Eric Young. Alright match. EY is getting a bit better with the mic.

Next up, Minnesota native ODB over Madison Rayne. Usual funny stuff, with ODB getting a nice little red mark after a ref spanking.

An X-Division match was next with Daniels, Homicide, and the MotorCity Machine Guns. The later victorious. Very good match with a lot of near falls and so on.

Beer Money Inc. over the British Invasion. Ok...but that's about it.

In the mismatch of the night, Matt Morgan pins Sheik Abdul Bashir. Kind of fun.

In the main event, A.J. Styles pins Samoa Joe. Not what you'd expect from these two. Kind of thinking that they just wanted out of Minnesota.

As for the crowd, very disappointed in the numbers. I thought that Minnesota was a professional wrestling hot bed for fans. Guess I was wrong.  All in all a fairly decent show and all in around 2 hours.  Special kudos for Hernandaz, ODB, Daniels, and Matt Morgan who stuck around to sign more than 3 or 4 autographs after the matches. Class acts those 4, and lets not forget J.B. with the obligitory, "maybe the next time we are in MInnesota, it should be for a PPV". Really J.B.? Mankato? St. Cloud? Rochester? Hey, you ever hear a a couple little towns by the name of Minneapolis and St. Paul ?

2010 - It was publicly revealed that Jersey Shore cast member J-Woww was coming into TNA for an angle with The Shore, Cookie and Robbie E.

2010 - WWE broadcast Raw.  Richard Trionfo filed the following TV report:

We are live from Seattle, Washington and your announcers are Michael ‘Happy Columbus Day’ Cole and Jerry ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ Lawler.

John Cena comes to the ring and the fans don’t care that he is with Nexus, but he is alone right now. John says that the fans have no idea how much he needs this right now. He says that he wants to make sure that they haven’t lost faith and they still believe. John says that last week, he heard the WWE Universe chant something that he never heard before. He heard them chant “Never Give Up”. Cena says that he has never given up and he will never give up. Cena wants to set the record straight. He made a risk at Hell in a Cell. He had a chance to eliminate Nexus, but he lost the match. Cena says that he made a deal and if he lost, he would become part of Nexus. We see the arm band. Cena says that means he has to take orders from Wade Barrett and if he doesn’t he will be fired. Cena says that he wouldn’t have the opportunity to go to Smackdown, he would be fired from the WWE. Cena says that he has been here a long time and he has heard the people cheer and boo. He loves coming out because the fans are so excited about what they see. Cena says that this isn’t about money or championships because he loves this. Cena says that he doesn’t know what he would do if he wasn’t in WWE. Cena says that he is between a rock and a hard place. As a result, he might do something that people might not want to see him do.

Miz interrupts and he comes to the ring with his lackey Alex Riley and Michael Cole perks up.

Miz mocks Cena for not wanting to lose the support of the WWE Universe. Miz says that he is going to captain Team Raw against Big Show and Team Smackdown at Bragging Rights. Miz says that he won’t assemble his team by judging them personally. Miz offers Cena a spot on his team. Miz says that he knows that Cena supports Raw and he knows that Cena did not like Big Show turning his back on Raw. He wants Cena to join his team.

Cena says that this is a good idea, but he doesn’t like Miz as captain and he says that it is as good as having Betty White doing a spread in Playboy. Cena suggests that he captain Team Raw.

Miz says that he called it first so he gets to be captain.

Wade Barrett comes out and he says that he is going to make this very easy for everyone concerned. Wade says that he doesn’t care about Raw or Smackdown. All he cares about is Nexus and the WWE Title. Wade tells John that he needs his complete undivided attention at Bragging Rights. He wants Cena in his corner while he faces Randy Orton. Wade tells Cena that he doesn’t want anything distracting him.

Cena says that he can do both. Wade tells Cena that he will be in his corner at Bragging Rights. Wade wants to know if Cena is going to disobey his orders.

Alex Riley pipes up and he says that Cena might want to be in Wade’s corner because maybe the Miz will cash in his Money in the Bank Briefcase to win the title.

Miz yells at Alex for ruining the surprise. He says that maybe he will lead Raw to victory and win the title.

Cole’s Electronic Buddy chimes in and Cole has an e-mail. And Cole quotes, Wade, while John Cena answers to him, everyone on the Raw roster ultimately answers to him. He wants Raw to beat Smackdown at Bragging Rights and he wants the best team possible. He has arranged a series of matches with the winners advancing. Cole says that there can only be one true captain and he doesn’t want any betrayal. There will be a match to determine the Captain of Team Raw. The Miz will face John Cena.

Miz likes that because he will beat John Cena tonight. He will be team captain of Raw and maybe he will cash in the briefcase at Bragging Rights and become the WWE Champion. He tells Barrett that he can’t do anything about it.

Barrett hits Miz and Riley joins in as John Cena stands around for a minute until Cena punches Miz and then he gives Riley an Attitude Adjustment.

Barrett and Cena have some words in the center of the ring and Barrett is dressing Cena down.

We go to commercial.

We are back and it is time to see what happened last week with Ted DiBiase, Maryse, and Johnny Knoxville.

Match Number One: Ted DiBiase with Maryse versus R Truth with Eve Torres

Ted with a forearm to Truth but Truth with punches and kicks. Ted with an Irish whip but Truth floats over and does a split followed by a leg lariat and gets a near fall. Truth with a side head lock and Ted hits a rebound clothesline and then he connects with a series of knees and punches. Ted gets a near fall. Ted with a kick to the midsection. Truth with forearms and punches but Ted with a neck breaker and he gets another near fall. Ted sends Truth into the turnbuckles followed by an Irish whip but Ted runs into a boot. Truth with clotheslines followed by a power slam and he gets a near fall. Truth with a sit out gourdbuster for a near fall.

Truth with a kick and Ted with a spinebuster and he gets a two count. Ted waits for Truth to get back to his feet to hit Dream Street, but Goldust’s music plays and Goldust comes out with Aksana and the Million Dollar Belt.

Ted gets distracted and Truth gets a two count on a rollup. Truth hits the Lie Detector for the three count.

Winner: R Truth

After the match, Eve dances in the ring while Truth celebrates.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we go to the annual footage from the Fish Markets.

We are told that David Hart Smith is not available for what was supposed to be a Triple Threat match.

Match Number Two: John Morrison versus Tyson Kidd for Slot Number Four of Seven on Team Raw

Morrison with a waist lock take down and then Kidd tries for a rollup but Morrison sends Kidd to the floor. Morrison tries for a suicide dive, but Kidd with a kick to the head. Kidd slams Morrison’s head into the apron and then returns him to the ring and gets a near fall. Kidd with a reverse chin lock but Morrison escapes with an arm drag. Morrison with a drop kick to Kidd and Kidd goes into the corner. Morrison punches Kidd in the corner and the referee warns him and Morrison screams. Morrison with a leg lariat and he gets a near fall. Morrison with an elbow and Kidd turns a springboard round kick into a springboard side Russian leg sweep for a near fall.

Kidd tries for the Sharpshooter and he puts Morrison in it. Morrison escapes and he sends Kidd to the floor. Kidd with a shoulder on the apron and then he hits a slingshot rollup for a near fall. Morrison with a rollup of his own. Kidd with another one. Morrison with a standing Flux Capacitor for the three count.

Winner: John Morrison

Nexus are in the locker room and David asks Husky and Michael if they will tell them what Barrett promised them. Harris says that he won’t tell him if they are in Nexus. Barrett tells Otunga if anyone wants to know, they ask him. Barrett tells Micahel and Husky to leave.

Barrett wants to know what Otunga was saying last week to Cena. Barrett says that they can get ready for the match at Bragging Rights, they can help him. Otunga says that he will face Orton and can beat him. But he says that Justin Gabriel can beat Orton and the 450 Splash is a dangerous move. Barrett tells Gabriel that he will be facing Randy Orton and Slater and Otunga will be in Gabriel’s corner.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Three: Santino Marella versus Zack Ryder in a Team Raw Qualifying Match

Santino doesn’t know what to do with the fans cheering for him. Santino with a kick followed by a hip toss. Ryder with a knee drop and then he sends Santino into the turnbuckles and hits a knee drop. Ryder chokes Santino in the ropes. Ryder punches Santino and then he hits a running boot to the head and he gets a near fall. Ryder punches Santino and he waits for Marella to get up but Santino avoids the Rough Rider and he hits a sliding clothesline. Santino with the Cobra for the three count.

Winner: Santino Marella

After the match Tamina comes into the ring and she leaps and takes Marella down with a Thesz Press. She helps Santino up and she hugs him.

Randy Orton is walking in the back and he will be facing Justin Gabriel when we get back from this commercial break.

We are back and Did You Know that they are still telling us about the Wrestlemania Reading Challenge?

Match Number Four: Justin Gabriel with David Otunga and Heath Slater versus Randy Orton in a Non Title . . . Non Bragging Rights Related Match

Gabriel with a kick to the leg and then he connects with another kick. Orton stares near Gabriel and he kicks Gabriel and he connects with an Irish whip and sends Gabriel to the floor. He brings Gabriel back into the ring. Orton avoids a punch from Otunga and he punches Otunga. The referee sends Otunga and Slater to the back and we go to commercial.

We are back and Orton stands over Gabriel but Gabriel with a kick. Orton with a drop kick for a near fall. Gabriel rolls to the apron and Orton stomps on Gabriel’s chest. Orton slingshots Gabriel into the bottom rope and Orton gets a near fall. Orton with a hard Irish whip and he gets a near fall. Gabriel with a back heel kick and a spinning heel kick and Orton goes down. Gabriel goes to the apron and he hits a slingshot senton for a near fall. Gabriel with a kick to Orton in the corner. Gabriel chokes Orton. Orton with a kick and punches. Orton with a European uppercut but Gabriel with a jawbreaker and a drop kick and Orton is shaken up and Gabriel gets a near fall. Gabriel goes for a chin lock and he gets close to covering the throat for a choke. Orton runs into a knee from Gabriel and Gabriel gets a near fall.

Gabriel returns to the chin lock but Orton with a punch and a belly-to-back suplex. Gabriel with more kicks but he misses the leaping spin kick and Orton with a vintage Viper back breaker but Orton can only get a two count. Orton with a European uppercut followed by clotheslines. Orton with a power slam to Gabriel. Orton block a kick and he takes Gabriel down and gets a near fall. Gabriel kicks Orton in the head and Gabriel goes up top for the 450 splash and Gabriel overshoots and hits Orton rolling away. Orton with the RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

Sheamus is walking in the back fella as he gets ready for a match against Daniel Bryan.

We are back and it is time to take a look at Big Show’s new movie, Knucklehead.

We see last week’s match . . . all of it, between Sheamus and Daniel Bryan.

Match Number Five: Daniel Bryan versus Sheamus in a Win and Get on Team Raw Match

Bryan with a running knee to Sheamus and he punches Sheamus. Sheamus pushes Bryan off and Bryan tries for the LeBell Lock but Sheamus gets to the ropes. Bryan with a baseball slide to Sheamus and then he goes for a pescado but Sheamus catches him. Sheamus tries to send Bryan into the ring post but Bryan escapes. Bryan with a drop kick to the back and Sheamus goes into the ring post.

Bryan gets a near fall. Bryan flips over Sheamus but Sheamus with a uranage back breaker. Sheamus with knees in the corner and the referee warns him. Sheamus with a short arm clothesline and he gets a near fall. Sheamus with a biel to Bryan followed by kicks. Sheamus with forearms across Bryan’s chest and then he puts Bryan in an arm bar. Sheamus pulls Bryan to the mat. Bryan kicks Sheamus but Sheamus with a kick and running elbow to Sheamus. Bryan with kicks to the chest and then he hits a round kick to the head and gets a near fall.

Bryan runs into the corner and Sheamus sends him to the apron. Bryan with a missile drop kick for a near fall. Bryan tries for a single leg crab but Sheamus kicks him off. Sheamus with the Irish hammer. Sheamus with a series of knees to Bryan and the referee warns Sheamus. Sheamus likes what he did to Bryan and then he picks up a lifeless Bryan. Bryan with a sunset flip for a near fall. Sheamus with a pump kick and he gets the three count.

Winner: Sheamus

John Cena is in the dressing room and R Truth stops by to say hello and he sits down with John. Truth wants to know what John is doing. He says that John has a reputation as a stand up guy. Truth says that they are buddies and he says that Cena joining Nexus isn’t sitting well with the locker room. Truth wants to know if Cena would take out anyone in the locker room if Barrett tells him to do it. Truth says that if he doesn’t listen to Barrett, he is going to get fired and Cena will have to leave what they love. He tells Cena that there is another way out of this before he makes a mistake. He tells Cena to quit.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Michael Cole talks about what is still coming up. Cole wants to know why Lawler isn’t on the Miz bandwagon.

We go to a video package about the WWE trips to visit the US Military all over the world.

Match Number Six: Evan Bourne versus CM Punk in a We have finished Team Raw’s roster for Bragging Rights Match

Bourne with a kick to Punk’s leg and then he hits a leaping knee and Punk goes to the floor. Bourne tries for a rana off the apron but Punk catches him and sends Bourne into the ringside barrier. They return to the ring and Punk gets a near fall. Punk with elbows and he gets a near fall. Punk with a front face lock on Bourne. Bourne blocks a suplex and then he avoids Punk’s running knee into the corner. Bourne with kicks to Punk and then he hits a spinning heel kick. Bourne misses a kick but he connects with a second one. Bourne goes up top for the shooting star press but Punk crotches Bourne and Punk hits Go To Sleep and gets the three count.

Winner: CM Punk

After the match, Punk attacks Bourne and throws him out of the ring. Punk sends Bourne into the ringside barrier twice. Punk drags Bourne and he runs Bourne shoulder first into the ring post. Punk puts Bourne in the Anaconda Vice. The referee tries to get Punk to release the hold and he eventually lets go.

We go to commercial.

We are back and we have a Moments Ago Moment of CM Punk’s destruction of Evan Bourne during and after the match.

We see Evan Bourne being helped out of the building.

Natalya is in the ring and she says that for the divas who call themselves Flawless, Laycool is as cheap as the shoes that Layla threw at her. She says that her Uncle Bret told her to stand up for herself. At Bragging Rights, the only thing that LayCool is going to throw is a temper tantrum when they lose the titles.

Michelle and Layla come out and Michelle says that they hate to come out but all they hear is blah blah blah. Michelle says that the WWE Universe would rather look at her. They say that Natalya has more courage than the other divas. She comes out every week knowing that they are in HD. That means that everyone can see her flaws. Layla says that Natalya has inherited her father’s facial hair gene. Layla says that Natalya has to shave herself before every show or she would look like her dad. They say that Natalya would look just like the Anvil.

Natalya congratulates them after last week’s fiasco with the headsets, they proved to be the most annoying divas in the WWE. After tonight’s great experience, they are going to prove that their IQ is less than their waist size.

Michelle and Layla like what Natalya said and don’t realize that they were being insulted.

Layla says that they are the best there is, best there was, and ever will be. Michelle says that all of the divas respect them and love them. Michelle says that they will love her in two weeks.

Michelle and Layla walk with their backs to the TitanTron and the Raw Divas come out and we have a bit of a brawl. Natalya punches Layla and she tries to put her in the Sharpshooter but Michelle pulls Layla out of the ring and they go into the crowd and escape.

Miz and his minion walk in the back as we go to commercial.

We are back and it is time to talk about the WWE Title Match at Bragging Rights.

Match Number Seven: John Cena versus Miz with Alex Riley in a No Disqualification Match for the Captain Spot on Team Raw

They lock up and Miz with a side head lock and shoulder tackle but Cena with a hip toss and Miz goes to the floor. Cena goes after Miz and Riley moves out of the way but Riley pulls Cena off the apron and pulls him to the floor when Cena tries to get back into the ring as we go to commercial.

We are back and Michael Cole is happy because Miz is punching Cena. Cena with a bulldog and he gets a near fall as Cole is not so happy any more. Cena runs into an elbow from Miz and then Miz punches Cena. Miz throws Cena to the floor and Alex Riley walks over to Cena and he punches Cena. Miz puts Cena on the announce table and Miz sets for the Skull Crushing Finale on the announce table, but Cena powers out of the hold and he gets Miz up for an Attitude Adjustment but Miz gets to his feet and he sends Cena into the ringside barrier. Miz stands over Cena and picks him up. Cena blocks Miz’s attempt to send him into the ring steps and Cena sends Miz into the ring steps. Cena sends Riley into the apron. Cena is sent into the ringside barrier. Miz returns to the ring and he gets a near fall. Miz waits for Cena to get up for the Awesome Clothesline but Cena moves. Cena with two flying shoulder tackles followed by the Blue Thunder Bomb. Cena finishes the Legendary Sequence with the Five Knuckle Shuffle. Miz escapes the Attitude Adjustment and connects with a boot to the head and he gets a near fall. Cena with a drop toe hold but Miz kicks Cena away. Miz with a neck beaker combination for a near fall.

Riley gives Miz the briefcase and Miz waits to hit Cena with it but Cena moves out of the way and Cena with a drop toe hold and he puts Miz in the STF. Miz tries to get ot the ropes and Alex Riley is not trying to break up the hold. Riley finally gets into the ring and Cena clips Riley and then he puts Riley in the STF and Riley taps because it means absolutely nothing.

Cena gets Miz up for Attitude Adjustment but Husky Harris and Michael McGillicutty enter the ring. Michael hits the McGillicutter on Cena followed by a back senton onto Cena and Miz gets the three count.

Winner: Miz

After the match, McGillicutty and Harris are still in the ring and Cena goes after Michael and then he takes Harris down. Barrett comes out and he pulls Cena off Michael and Husky.

Barrett tells Cena to listen to him. . .

but first, we have mail and Michael Cole climbs his high chair and says that if Michael McGillicutty and Husky Harris want to get involved in matches, they will have an official match. They will be part of a tag team against John Cena and Randy Orton.

Barrett says that is very interesting. Wade says that he wants to add a little spin to things. If Cena loses, Harris and McGillicutty are in Nexus. Barrett says that Cena will do the right thing next week.

Cena stops Barrett from talking and he tells Cena not to do that. Barrett says that Cena would love to drop him right here right now for the WWE Universe. Barrett says that Cena won’t do anything because it has nothing to do with the General Manager. It is because Cena is scared. He calls Cena yellow bellied and a coward. He says that Cena is afraid that he would be embarrassed just like at Hell in a Cell. He says that he can turn his back on Cena. He says that Cena has let down the WWE Universe again. He calls Cena pathetic.

Cena screams and then he cannot summon the power of SuperCena because of the kryptonite that is Nexus.

Barrett says that he has left everyone down again and he calls Cena a total and utter disgrace.

Cena walks away and Barrett orders him to stop. He tells John that until next week, ‘You Can’t See Me’.

2011 - Former WWE , TNA and New Japan Pro Wrestling star Travis Tomko, he was arrested in the bathroom of a Chili's restaurant in St. Augustine, Florida after allegedly stealing the painkiller oxycodone from a nearby CVS Pharmacy.

Tomko allegedly threatened the pharmacist working at the CVS location until he was given the painkiller. He then went to the nearby Chili's where he allegedly asked for a spoon and went into the men's bathroom.

Tomko was in the restroom upwards of 30 minutes, which caused the police to be called. When they found him in the restroom, he was observed to have had needle marks and fresh blood on his arms, so the belief was that he had been using the painkillers. Tomko was alleged to have flushed whatever he used before police arrived.

Tomko was said to have made off with over 200 pills and of that stash, 178 pills were melted and injected by Tomko, according to the media reports.

According to the police report, Tomko admitted to police that he had a drug problem but denied ever threatening anyone. He admitted to taking the Oxycodone and using it.

2012 - TNA broadcast Impact Wrestling.  Stu Carapola filed the following TV report:

We start with a look back at last week as King Mo made his first appearance on Impact Wrestling and knocked Bobby Roode on his ass, and Hulk Hogan and Sting's announcement that Bully Ray would be Sting's pahtnah at Bound For Glory.

No time to mess around this week, we go right to the ring for a hell of an opening match!

World Champion Austin Aries vs James Storm

Aries takes Storm to the corner and breaks clean, then takes Storm to the mat with a side headlock. Storm quickly escapes and they go to a Greco-Roman knucklelock, leading to a quick sequence ending with Storm armdragging Aries out to the floor. Aries takes a short count and comes back in, leapfrogging Storm and taking him down with a shoulderblock. Aries hits the ropes and runs right into a double sledge from Storm that left him laying flat on his back. Aries dodges a charge and tries to dump Storm, Storm skins the cat in, Aries tries to baseball slide him in the face but Storm pulls himself back in, but Storm goes back to the outside looking for Aries, not realizing that he had already slipped back inside and was now coming through the ropes to take him out with a heat seeking missile. Aries gets a neckbreaker through the ropes and goes to a rear chinlock, but Storm hits a jawbreaker and starts firing away with right hands. Storm charges right into Aries' boot in the corner and Aries starts unloading with left hands. Storm absorbs several shots before returning the favor, and they go back and forth until Aries snapamres Storm and hits a second rope dropkick to the back of the neck for 2. Storm mounts Aries in the corner and goes for the ten punch count, Aries reverses and tries his own ten punch count, but Storm kicks him off and hits a Russian legsweep. Aries escapes the Eye of the Storm, then goes out to the apron and snaps Storm's throat across the top rope. Storm dodges a missile dropkick and goes for the Codebreaker, but Aries shoves him off and tries a brainbuster. Storm slips out the back and goes for an O'Connor Roll, they roll completely through and against the ropes, Aries gets a Judo throw to send Storm across the ring, and they collide head-to-head and Storm rolls out to the apron. Bobby Roode runs out of the back, rams Storm's skull into the ringpost, and Aries (who may or may not realize what happened) hits the brainbuster and gets the win.

Winner: Austin Aries

Wes Brisco is backstage asking Kurt Angle if he can tag along to Phoenix with him, and Angle says he'll make it happen. AJ Styles comes in and asks Angle if his head is in the game, then tells him not to bother coming if he cares so much about teaming with Sting. AJ the Jealous Girlfriend storms out of the room as Angle tells him not to let Daniels and Kazarian mess with his head.

Sting and Hulk Hogan are backstage, and they're...WALKING!

Hogan and Sting make their way out to the ring, and Hogan says he's not a good card player, but Aces & Eights backed him into a corner and now Sting is going to get in the ring while Hogan is forced to stand on the side and watch. Sting says he's also pissed off that Hogan can't get in the ring for this, but Bully Ray stepped up to the plate and now they have to run with it. They go back and forth repeating the same thing over and over until Daniels & Kazarian's music hits, and they come out to have a word with Hogan and Sting. Daniels says they're only days away from Bound For Glory, and he wants to know why Hogan picked the most untrustworthy guy in the locker room. They want to know why Hogan didn't pick his favorite tag team, the Tag Team Champions Of The World, and Kazarian tells Thunderlips that they came up with a solution: cancel the tag title match, tell Bully Ray thanks but no thanks, and call on the one man he knows can put an end to the Aces & Eights threat once and for all: Kurt Angle. Bully Ray's music hits, and the man himself comes powerwalking out to the ring to tell Daniels not to ever talk about his brother again. He says Angle would have been a great choice, but this isn't going to be a wrestling match, it's going to be a fight, and if you're getting in a wrestling match, you want the greatest wrestler alive, and that's Kurt Angle, but in a fight, they need the baddest mother trucker around. Bubba says he doesn't need to be Hogan or Sting's friend, he needs to have his back because the common business they have is getting rid of Aces & Eights. If he has to prove himself, he can do it tonight by getting Daniels & Kazarian to wrestling Bully Ray and Sting. Daniels and Kazarian are livid as Hogan says the match is made...TONIGHT.

Hernandez vs AJ Styles

AJ uses his speed to avoid Hernandez while throwing kicks at his knees, eventually kicking his legs right out from under him before going over to exchange words with Chavo. Hernandez tries to charge, AJ dodges out of the way and tries a sunset flip, but Hernandez yanks him up to his feet by the throat. AJ with a leaping enziguiri that knocks Hernandez silly, then AJ allows himself to get distracted by Chavo again. Hernandez dodges a leaping forearm into the corner and rams AJ hard into the opposite corner. Hernandez drags AJ off the mat BY THE HEAD and squashes him with a bearhug. AJ boxes his ears to escape, but Hernandez bowls right over him with a body tackle and then pops him over his shoulder for a powerslam. AJ slips out the back and connects with a sweet dropkick, and a second dropkick sends Hernandez tumbling out to the floor. AJ slingshots over the top rope with a forearm smash, then starts jawing with Chavo AGAIN. AJ springboards off the top rope, but Hernandez dodges the forearm and nearly drives AJ into next week with a Pounce and covers him for the win.

Winner: Hernandez

Well, that was a bit of an upset!

We go to the Aces & Eights clubhouse where the Vice President (who really should be preparing for his debate instead of screwing around at TNA) says that Joseph Park is doing fine (as we see by him greedily wolfing down a tray of Chinese food one of the goons hands him), and that Bully Ray joining up with Sting certainly came as a surprise, but not a surprise they can't overcome.

Zema Ion comes out to the ring and says that being humble got him nowhere, and he became the X Division Champion by breaking necks, and now he doesn't have an opponent for Bound For Glory because he's taken out the entire X Division. Rob Van Dam comes out to the ring and says that the most dangerous thing Ion has ever done is run his mouth within earshot of RVD. RVD doesn't have a match either, and Hulk Hogan said he can wrestle anyone he wants, so it'll be RVD vs Zema Ion at Bound For Glory. Ion shoves RVD, and RVD spinkicks the X Division Title into Ion's face.

Hogan and Sting are backstage arguing, and Bully Ray comes in to ask Sting if he's ready for tonight, and Hogan says he's watched Bully running his con for two years and he doesn't trust him. Bully says he'll prove it tonight, Hogan says not to let him down, and Sting says he better not let anyone down.

Brooke Hogan is backstage with Taryn Terrell making sure she's ready for this Sunday, and Tara walks in and hands Brooke a list of things her Hollywood boyfriend said she should be doing to prepare for this Sunday when he'll be there. Brooke tears it up because Tara's not the champion yet, and Tara walks off indignantly.

World Tag Team Champions Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs Bully Ray & Sting

Daniels and Bubba start us off, with Bubba just manhandling Daniels and repeatedly headbutting him in the chest in the corner. Bubba charges at Kazarian, but stops short and goes back to beating up Daniels. Bubba works over the arm of Daniels and then rallies the fans into a Sting chant before tagging him into the match to unload on Daniels with right hands. Kazarian tags in, Sting and Bubba double hiptoss him and Bubba gets a big backdrop for 2. The champions are getting literally no offense as Sting and Bubba keep tagging in and out and working them over. Sting hits a Stinger Splash on Kazarian, but Daniels pulls him out of the way of a seconds Stinger Splash and Sting crashes hard into the corner, then Daniels crotches him on the ringpost. Sting rolls out to the floor, groin in hand, and the champs come put the boots to him until Bubba chases them both off with a chair. Daniels goes back to working Sting over in the ring and then champs hit a slingshot elbow/slingshot legdrop combo on Sting before Kazarian ties Sting up in a straitjacket hold. Sting fights his way free, but Kazarian hits a quick leg lariat and tags out to Daniels, who promptly gets slammed off the top rope. Daniels and Sting wipe each other out with a double clothesline, and Sting finally makes the hot tag to Bubba, who comes in and cleans house on both men, nearly backdropping them both into the lights. Bubba with a Samoan Drop on Kazarian, but Daniels makes the save at 2. All four men are in the ring now fighting it out, and Bubba sees Daniels going after Sting with the belt and shoves him out of the way to boot Daniels in the face. Bubba sticks his hand out and Sting shakes it, then tells Bubba to get the tables. Bubba obliges as Sting hits the Scorpion Deathdrop on Kazarian, then Sting elevates Daniels so Bubba can hit the super bomb...and get themselves disqualified. Great move, guys.

Winner: Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian by DQ

Sting and Bubba are ready for war!

After an Aries-Hardy video package, Hardy says that he's been chasing the World Title for over a year and winning it will be the final step in his redemption.

We go to a video package of the Al Snow-Joey Ryan feud, with Snow saying he's looking forward to being legally able to do whatever he wants to Ryan, while Ryan says he was tricked into signing the contract, but they're going to be on the west coast where he's from and he has the home field advantage.

The Mystery Cameraman catches up with Samoa Joe backstage to ask him for his thoughts on his match at Bound For Glory, but Brutus Magnus comes in and says that Joe isn't a champion, and to take care of the belt because he's taking it this weekend at Bound For Glory. Joe says they can do it right now and Magnus says he's not going to do it because he's a businessman and wants to make millions of people pay to watch him fight Joe, and Joe asks if "businessman" is what they're calling cowards these days.

Knockouts Champion Brooke Tessmacher vs Gail Kim

Kim absolutely kicks the crap out of Brooke before she has a chance to react, tearing her apart in the corner with kicks and punches, but Tessmacher gets a flying headscissors and goes for the stinkface, but Gail slips out to the floor. Brooke with a baseball slide that sends Gail to the outside, but Gail drops Brooke's throat across the middle rope and connects with a basement dropkick for 2. Gail chokes Brooke on the second rope with her knee and runs through Brooke with a clothesline for 2. Gail with a side backbreaker and hits a running crossbody in the corner, Brooke tries fighting back but Gail unloads with another hard kick. Gail tries a Shining Wizard, but Brooke catches her legs and catapults her into the corner. Now Brooke starts making a comeback, nailing several right hands and a side bulldog looking thing. Brooke with a crucifix for 2, but Gail counters a Frankensteiner attempt to a really ugly looking powerbomb, but comes off the top rope and hits nothing. Brooke with an atomic pancake and that's all she wrote.

Winner: Brooke Tessmacher

Tara runs in to attack Brooke, but Brooke turns the table and gives her the atomic pancake, standing tall over the broken forms of both her adversaries.

Bobby Roode starts to cut a promo on Jeff Hardy, but James Storm comes in and they have words until a brawl breaks out and King Mo is forced to come in and separate them, telling them to save it for this weekend.

Jeff Hardy's favorite Bound For Glory memory is in 2005, when he dove 30 feet off the stage at the Impact Zone to hit a Swanton Bomb through a table. Also, Sting is going to be inducted to the TNA Hall Of Fame this weekend at Bound For Glory!

Mike and Taz run down the card for this weekend's Bound For Glory PPV, and then it's main event time!

Bobby Roode vs Jeff Hardy

Roode jumps Hardy at ringside during his entrance and rams him into the guardrail a couple of times, then rolls him into the ring as the bell rings to officially start the match. Roode unloads on Hardy with right hands in the corner before stopping to ask the fans who the man is. Haryd starts firing back with right hands of his own, gets an inverted atomic drop, the double legdrop to the yambag, and basement dropkick for 2. Hardy clotheslines Roode out to the floor, mule kicks Roode into the barricade, a baseball slide drives Roode into the rail a second time, then Hardy comes over the top rope with a dive and both men are down on the floor. Hardy rolls Roode back inside and gets his head taken off with a big clothesline. Roode chokes Hardy out with a boot to the throat and then skee balls him out to the floor. Roode goes outside and tries a suplex, but Hardy reverses to a suplex of his own as we go to commercial.

We're back as Roode is grinding Hardy with a nasty chinlock/crossface combo before converting to a front facelock. Hardy fights his way free but runs into a back elbow from Roode, who goes to the second rope and comes off with a Blockbuster for 2. Hardy tries to catch a break by rolling out to the floor, but Roode goes after him and rams him into the steps. Back in we go as Roode gets a 2 count off a hanging neckbreaker, then goes to a conventional sleeperhold. Hardy hangs on and tries to elbow his way free, but Roode holds on until Hardy runs forward to ram Roode's face into the top turnbuckle, then hits the Whisper In The Wind. Hardy with an inverted enziguiri for 2, then comes off the second rope with a howling splash for 2. Roode with a spinebuster out of nowhere for 2, but Hardy shoves Roode off during a suplerplex attempt and goes for a Swanton. Roode rolls out of the way and Hardy crashes hard, and Roode gets a spear for 2. Roode goes for a Perfectplex, but Hardy counters to the Twist of Fate, but Roode counters a second attempt with a low blow and gets disqualified.

Winner: Jeff Hardy by DQ

Roode goes after Hardy with a chair, but the referee yanks the chair out of his hands and argues with Roode until Hardy recovers and hits the Twist of Fate. Hardy's music hits, but Aries comes out to say that tonight's show isn't going to end with Hardy sitting in the middle of his ring because he has some things to say. He throws away the lines somebody backstage wrote for him, and says he's sick of TNA telling Aries how to think and who he needs to be as the World Champion, and that crap ends right now. Aries has been painted out as being jealous of Hardy, but that's not true: he's not jealous of Hardy's rap sheet, he's not jealous that he's too crippled to play with his little girl, and the only thing he's jealous of is the way the fans go nuts for him. He's been asking for new music and a new entrance for months, but they're too busy making Jeff Hardy videos and he's sick of the way everyone caters to Hardy. He's not a failure, but Hardy is going to see a failure when he looks in the mirror and paints his face. Hardy says he's going to end Aries' cocky ass this weekend, but Aries just tells Hardy to go ahead and bask in the fans' glory one last time. Hardy waves to the crowd, then Aries tells Hardy to get out of his ring so he can bask in the glory he deserves. Hardy goes to leave, but Aries kicks the middle rope into Hardy's groin and gives him a brainbuster before yelling to the fans that this is what they wanted.

2013 - Full Impact Wrestling ran "Dangerous Intentions" 2013 on iPPV.  Richard Trionfo filed the following live report from Tampa, FL:

Welcome to PWInsider.com’s coverage of Full Impact Pro Wrestling’s Dangerous Intentions from the Orpheum in Ybor City, Florida.

Before the iPPV started, Jason Cade defeated Chico Adams with a curb stomp.

Lenny Leonard and Ron Niemi are in the ring to start off the show.

Lenny tells everyone that there is a change to the main event. The two out of three falls match between Jon Davis and Trent Barreta is not taking place.

Mister Saint Laurent comes to the ring with Chasyn Rance. Mister Saint Laurent asks why he hates his life so much when he comes to FIP. Is it because the shows are in Ybor City? There is blatant disrespect when he negotiates with FIP is driving him crazy. It was agreed that if Jon Davis got disqualified, Trent Barreta would be awarded the title. Mister Saint Laurent said that they were going to take the count out.

The referee changed the rules and a count out will mean the loss of the title as well. He calls this hogwash. He promised the world that he would have a huge surprise and that he would change the rules. The big surprise is that Jon Davis stayed home. His lawyers have told him that the way the contract was structured, it would be difficult to replace him in the match. Jon Davis is the number one contender until Mister Saint Laurent gets a smile on his face.

Lenny Leonard says that FIP’s lawyers are willing to take their chance with Mister Saint Laurent and there will be a title match. Since that title match is not taking place, they want to do right by the fans. FIP wants to give the fans a match that is better. Based on a match in Evolve, Rich Swann will be Trent Barreta’s opponent tonight.

Mister Saint Laurent asks Lenny if FIP knows the risk that the company is taking to do this title match. He says that he will get an injunction and have a line of lawyers to stop this. He tells Lenny that Chasyn has a match and he will pick his opponent.

Match Number One: Chasyn Rance (with Mister Saint Laurent) versus Josh Hess

They lock up and Rance with an arm drag. Rance with a hammer lock but Hess with a fireman’s carry. Rance with a head scissors but Hess gets to the ropes. They lock up again and Rance with a key lock take down. Rance backs Hess into the corner and he slaps him.

Hess with drop kicks to Rance followed by a cravate but Rance gets into the ropes. Rance sends Hess into the turnbuckles and he kicks him. Rance with a hard Irish whip. Rance with a kick to the midsection. Rance with an enzuigiri and then he sends Hess to the apron for a Chasyn Driver onto a chair but the referee takes the chair.

Hess with a kick to the head and then he hits a running discus forearm followed by a neck breaker for a near fall. Rance with a round kick and then he sends Hess to the apron for a Chasyn Driver. He hits a second Chasyn Driver for the three count.

Winner: Chasyn Rance

After the match, Chasyn mentions the Hair versus Mask match in Orlando against Lince Dorado. He talks about how ugly Lince really is.

Match Number Two: Saso Rivera versus Rhett

They lock up and Rhett with a hammer lock into a side head lock. Rivera with a reversal. Rivera with a wrist lock. Rhett with a wrist lock and a punch. Rivera pushes Rhett. Rhett with a wrist lock and punch. Rivera with a forearm to the back. Rivera with an elbow to the back of the neck.

Rivera with a head butt followed by a knee drop to the chest. Rhett with punches but Rivera with a clothesline for a near fall. Rivera with a forearm in the corner followed by kicks. Rivera with a cannonball for a near fall. Rivera with a kick to the back.

Rhett with punches to Rivera followed by shoulders in the corner. Rhett misses a charge into the corner and Rivera with a side Russian leg sweep but he pulls Rhett up. Rivera with punches. Rivera catches Rhett on a cross body and he hits a fallaway slam for a near fall.

Rivera misses an elbow drop. Rhett with punches followed by a power slam. Rhett goes up top and Rivera crotches him. Rivera with a Samoan drop for the three count.

Winner: Saso Rivera

Before the next match, Larry Dallas gets on the mic. He says that he is back in the building and he has brought back Johnny Vandal. As much as he is glad that Johnny is back, The Bravados will be facing Dos Ben Dejos. He tells Trina to watch Johnny while he gets ready for the tag title match.

Match Number Three: Johnny Vandal (with Larry Dallas and Trina Michaels) versus QT Marshall

They lock up and Vandal with an arm bar. Marshall with a wrist lock. Vandal with a kip up and chop. They lock up again and Marshall with a side head lock take down. Marshall with a shoulder tackle. Johnny with a forearm. Vandal with an Irish whip but Marshall with a clothesline and Vandal goes to the floor.

Marshall with elbow drops and then he walks across Johnny’s face. Vandal with kicks and he goes up top. Marshall with punches to Vandal and he sets for a superplex. Michaels trips Marshall and Vandal with a double stomp.

Vandal goes to the floor and he sends Marshall into the apron and he chops him. Vandal gets a near fall. Marshall with punches to Vandal. Vandal with a swinging neck breaker for a near fall. Vandal puts Marshall in the ropes and Trina chokes Marshall in the ropes while Johnny distracts the referee.

Vandal with a Yakuza kick and he gets a near fall. Vandal with a chin lock but Marshall backs Vandal into the corner. Vandal with a boot but Marshall with a boot of his own. Vandal and Marshall exchange forearms with Marshall gaining the advantage.

Marshall gets a near fall. Marshall with a chop in the corner followed by an Irish whip but Vandal with an elbow and he goes to the turnbuckles for a cross body but Marshall catches him and hits a uranage back breaker. Vandal rolls to the apron. Marshall puts Vandal on the turnbuckle and he punches him before setting for a superplex.

Marshall goes for the cover but Vandal gets a near fall. Vandal with a kick but Marshall sends Vandal into the air and to the mat. Marshall with a clothesline for a near fall. Trina gets on the apron to try to distract the referee. Trina distracts Marshall and Johnny with an enzuigiri followed by a cross body to Marshall in the ropes. Vandal with a super kick for the three count.

Winner: Johnny Vandal

Match Number Four: Teddy Stigma (with Eddie Graves) versus Lince Dorado

Before the match starts, Eddie offers Lince a shot but he refuses. Lince slaps the shot out of Eddie’s hand and Teddy goes after Lince but he avoids him.

Lince with chops but Stigma with a side head lock and shoulder tackle. Lince with a shoulder tackle but Stigma stays on his feet. Stigma with a punch. Lince with a rana followed by a running chop in the corner. Graves pulls the ropes down and Lince goes over the top rope to the floor.

Graves tries to hit Lince but he misses and hits the post. Graves collides with Stigma on the floor. Lince tries for a rana but Stigma blocks it. Dorado counters with a DDT. Dorado teases a dive to the floor and Stigma moves out of the way.

Dorado grabs Graves who tries to interfere and Stigma hits Dorado from behind. Stigma holds Dorado and Pinkie pulls Graves to the floor.

Pinkie grabs the mic and he says something about making this a tag match. Pinkie wants some shots to get ready for the match.

Match Number Four (Part Two): Teddy Stigma and Eddie Graves versus Lince Dorado and Pinkie Sanchez

Graves and Sanchez start but Sanchez forces Stigma off the apron. Graves misses a chop and Sanchez chops Graves. Sanchez gets a near fall. Sanchez with a suplex and a kip up followed by an elbow drop. Dorado wants to tag in and Sanchez obliges. Sanchez with a snap mare and Dorado with a springboard elbow drop. Sanchez with an elbow drop.

Dorado with a Ric Flair knee drop. Dorado with a chop and flapjack followed by a standing moonsault for a near fall. Dorado goes to the apron and he avoids an attack by Stigma. Stigma and Graves collide and then Dorado drop kicks Stigma off the apron.

Stigma pushes Dorado off the turnbuckles when Graves distracts the referee. The referee keeps Sanchez in the corner while Graves and Stigma double team Dorado. Stigma chokes Dorado in the ropes and Sanchez tries to make sure that everything is fine. Graves attacks Dorado from the floor while the referee deals with Stigma and Sanchez.

Stigma gets a near fall. Dorado with punches. Dorado tries for a handspring back elbow but Stigma pushes Dorado away and he gets a near fall. Graves tags in and he connects with an elbow drop for a near fall. Graves with knees to the back and a rear chin lock. Graves with a knee drop from the turnbuckles for a near fall that is broken up by Sanchez.

Stigma tags in and gets a near fall. Stigma runs Dorado into the turnbuckles and then he puts him on the turnbuckles for a superplex but Dorado stops him. Dorado with a missile drop kick. Both men are down.

Sanchez and Graves tag in. Sanchez with a kick and axe kick. Sanchez with an enzuigiri to Graves off Stigma’s back. Sanchez with a moonsault onto Stigma using Graves. Dorado with a cross body onto Graves. Stigma and Graves are sent to the floor.

Dorado with a plancha onto Stigma while Sanchez hits a suicide dive onto Graves. Sanchez and Dorado switch sides and then they return to the ring. Graves pulls Sanchez down and then Stigma hits Dorado from behind and hits a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall.

Graves gets their bottles and Sanchez stops Stigma. Sanchez and Dorado put Graves and Stigma in camel clutches at the same time. Dorado and Sanchez drink from the bottles and get rolls ups for near falls. They spit the drinks in Graves and Stigma’s faces. Sanchez with a back heel kick to Stigma followed by a springboard rana for a near fall.

Dorado is sent to the floor and Stigma with a boot to Sanchez while Graves hits a side Russian leg sweep for a near fall. Stigma sets for a boot but he hits Graves instead.

Stigma is sent into the tree of woe and Dorado and Sanchez hit stereo drop kicks. Sanchez with a seated splash onto Stigma and then Dorado hits a shooting star press for the three count.

Winners: Lince Dorado and Pinkie Sanchez

After the match, Pinkie is asked why he is back. Ron asks Lince about his match against Chasyn Rance tomorrow night. He says that he is ready for Chasyn.

Match Number Five: Gran Akuma versus Slyck Wagner Brown for the FIP Florida Heritage Title

Brown with a wrist lock and Akuma with a reversal. Brown reverses and he takes Akuma to the mat. Brown with a head scissors and Akuma does a headstand to escape. Brown with a drop toe hold into a side head lock and take down.

Akuma with a head scissors and Brown rolls through to escape and he works on the legs and he tries for a bow and arrow. Akuma with a kick to the leg but Brown with an Irish whip. Akuma goes to the turnbuckles but Brown slaps Akuma and knocks him to the floor. Brown sends Akuma into the apron and then he chops him. Brown with another chop as they go around.

Akuma with shots to the chest followed by kicks to the chest. Akuma rolls Brown back into the ring and he gets a near fall. Brown runs Akuma into the turnbuckles and he kicks Akuma. Brown with a sit out power bomb from the corner for a near fall. Brown with a snap mare and a reverse chin lock.

Brown with a knee to the midsection followed by a neck snap for a near fall. Akuma with elbows but Brown with a forearm to the back. Akuma with a tarantula and the referee warns him. Akuma goes up top for a cross body and he gets a near fall.

Akuma with a rolling Death Valley Driver for a near fall. Brown catches Akuma and turns it into a suplex for a near fall. Brown with a chop and Irish whip but he misses a charge into the corner. Akuma with an enzuigiri followed by a missile drop kick. Akuma runs into a boot from Brown but Akuma with an enzuigiri.

Akuma and Brown exchange punches on the turnbuckle. Akuma with a head and arm superplex but he hangs from the turnbuckles. Akuma with a moonsault for a near. Akuma goes for a suicide dive but Brown catches him and he slams Akuma onto the apron. Brown gets a near fall when they return to the ring.

Brown misses a leg lariat and Akuma with strikes to the chest. Akuma with a sunset flip but Brown rolls through but misses a kick. Akuma with a rollup for the three count.

Winner: Gran Akuma

After the match, Akuma offers his hand to Brown but Brown leaves the ring without shaking his hand. He decides to return to the ring to shake his hand.

Ron Niemi asks Akuma about his victory. Akuma says that it is his responsibility to make this title the most important and he will do it by defending the title.

Match Number Six: The Bravado Brothers (with Larry Dallas and Trina Michaels) versus Dos Ben Dejos (with Mia Yim and Leva Bates) for the FIP Tag Team Titles

Harlem and Rios start things off and they push each other. They lock up and Harlem with a clean break. They slap each other and then Harlem with forearms and an elbow to the head. Harlem with another elbow to the top of the head. Rios with a drop kick for a near fall. Rios with a side head lock but Harlem with a reversal. Harlem with a side head lock take down.

Rios with a head scissors but Harlem escapes. Rios with a side head lock take down and Harlem with a head scissors. Rios with a kick to the head. Cruz tags in and they hit a double hip toss followed by a knee drop from Cruz and a springboard leg drop from Rios. Cruz gets a near fall.

Rios tags back in and he goes up top with a boot to the arm. Cruz tags in and he does the same thing. Lance tags in and Cruz with a drop toe hold and drop kick to the head for a near fall. Cruz with a side head lock and Dallas pulls the ropes and Cruz goes to the floor while Lance distracts the referee. Lance gets a near fall on Cruz.

Harlem tags back in and he kicks Cruz. Cruz punches Harlem but Harlem with a punch and he gets a near fall. Harlem goes for a suplex but Cruz counters with a rollup for a near fall. Lance tags in and he kicks Cruz. Lance sends Cruz into the turnbuckles and then he kicks him. Larry chokes Cruz while the referee is out of position. Harlem tags back in and he punches Cruz from the turnbuckles.

Harlem with a suplex for a near fall. Lance tags back in and he kicks Cruz. Lance presses Cruz over his head but Cruz gets to his feet and he tags in Rios who hits a cross body followed by a head scissors. Rios with a drop kick and a Yakuza Kick. Lance with a clothesline in the corner but Rios with a kick for a near fall.

Lance with a back body drop but Rios lands on his feet and he hits a springboard Ace Crusher for a near fall. Rios goes up top and Larry tries to interfere but Rios kicks Larry off. Lance catches Rios and hits a fallaway slam. Harlem sends Rios into the steps while Cruz deals with the referee.

Lance gets a near fall before tagging in Harlem. Harlem chokes Rios in the ropes and Larry hits Rios. Lance comes back in and he kicks Rios in the chest. Lance with a near fall. Harlem tags back in and he connects with shoulders in the corner. Rios tries for a sunset flip but Harlem stays on his feet and he punches Rios. Harlem kicks Cruz off the apron and Rios is unable to make the tag.

Lance tags in and connects with crossfaces before getting a near fall. Harlem tags back in and he punches Rios followed by an Irish whip. Harlem runs into a boot from Rios and then Rios hits a cross body for a near fall. Harlem rolls through and gets a near fall. Harlem with knees to the back.

Harlem with a back elbow for a near fall. Lance tags back in and he kicks Rios. Lance with a forearm and Irish whip but he runs into an elbow. Rios with a super kick and both men are down. Harlem and Cruz tag in and Cruz with an enzuigiri followed by a clothesline. Cruz with a running forearm into the corner.

Harlem with an Irish whip but Cruz hits a missile drop kick for a near fall. Harlem tries for a suplex but Cruz with a knee and then he hits a tornado DDT for a near fall. Cruz climbs the turnbuckles and punches Harlem. Harlem with a hot shot and Lance tags in and he hits a running knee into the corner followed by another running knee for a near fall.

Lance with clotheslines to the chest and back. Lance with an elevated backpack stunner for a near fall. Rios with a super kick and then they hit a series of tandem kicks. Rios misses a charge into the corner. Lance with a kick to Rios and then he hits an exploder suplex of Cruz into Rios.

Harlem tries for a plancha but he misses and hits his brother. Cruz with a suicide dive onto the Bravados and then Rios with an Asai moonsault onto the Bravados. Larry teases a dive to the floor but Mia with a missile drop kick to Larry. Risso with double knees to Lance followed by a frog splash by Cruz for a near fall. Cruz with a cross body into the corner followed by stereo kicks to Lance.

Cruz with a running kick to the head and he gets a near fall when Harlem breaks up the cover. Rios sends Harlem to the floor. Lance with a lariat to Rios and Harlem tags in. Harlem with a European uppercut and then he goes back and forth with Cruz. Cruz with a super kick but Harlem with a bicycle kick. Harlem with a Gibson Driver for a near fall.

Harlem tries for a Regalplex but Cruz lands on his feet. Larry pulls out the referee after Rios hits a springboard 450 splash.

Pandemonium breaks loose on the floor and Leva hits a cross body onto Dallas. Lance hits Rios with the belt but Rios kicks out. They hit a double roll the dice for the three count.

Winners: Harlem and Lance Bravado

Larry Dallas says that few teams can call themselves World Champions and The Bravados are legitimate World Champs.

Before our next match, we are told that to win the Evening Gown match, you need to put your opponent in the clothes at ringside.

Match Number Seven: Maxwell Chicago versus Jessicka Havok in an Evening Gown Match

The bell rings and Maxwell says that they are a couple. They are boyfriend and girlfriend. They don’t hit each other. He says that he bought the dress for her. She asks him about the purse. He says the hat ‘is her’. He puts the hat on Jessicka.

She takes the hat off and she choke slams him. Jessicka covers him but the referee reminds her of the rules. She takes the dress and tries to put it on him. She punches him and chops him outside the ring. Havok with a forearm. Maxwell throws something at Jessicka and it freaks her out. Maxwell with a DDT and he grabs the dress. He tries to put the dress on Jessicka but she refuses. Jessicka with a kick and clothesline.

Havok with forearms followed by a snap mare and kick to the back. Jessicka misses a leg drop. Maxwell with Rings of Saturn and he says that they are a couple. He was going to take her to a family reunion. Jessicka with a kick followed by a Yakuza kick.

Jessicka chokes him with the dress and hits a running boot in the corner. Jessicka with a second boot to the head. Jessicka picks up Maxwell and she tries for an Air Raid Crash but Maxwell with a back rake and neck breaker. Maxwell tells Jessicka that he is not a bad guy, while he chokes her.

Maxwell says that he is going to go to the top rope but he decides to go to the bottom rope for a splash. Maxwell gets the dress over Jessicka’s head but she grabs him by the throat and Maxwell tries to kiss her but Jessicka with knees to the balls two times and then she connects with a low blow. Jessicka with an Air Raid Crash.

Jessicka with a sleeper and Max is out. Jessicka puts the dress on Max.

Winner: Jessicka Havok

After the match, Jessicka finishes off the outfit and she takes a photo for posterity.

Ron asks Jessicka about her Last Woman Standing Match against Saraya Knight on October 25th at Shine 14. Jessicka says that she remembers what Saraya did to her the last time they wrestled. She will send Saraya back to England in pieces.

Match Number Eight: Trent Barreta versus Rich Swann for the FIP World Heavyweight Title

They lock up and Trent with a clean break. Swann asks the fans if he should shake Trent’s hand. They shake hands and the crowd goes wild. They lock up again and Swann with a clean break and then he taps Trent on the chest. Trent with a waist lock take down. Swann with a hammer lock and he does a headstand into a bridge.

Swann gets a near fall. They have a Greco Roman knuckle lock and Trent takes Swann to the mat and gets a near fall. Swann with a bridge and he tries to get Swann back to the mat. Swann with a sunset flip for a near fall and then they alternate near falls.

They lock up again and Trent with a side head lock. Trent with a shoulder tackle. Swann flips over Trent and hits a drop kick. Trent goes to the floor and Swann teases a dive to the floor but Trent moves out of the way. Trent with a chop but Swann chops back. Swann punches Trent in the corner and then he chops him. Swann with a snap mare and kick. Trent with a missile drop kick for a near fall.

Trent with a back body drop and he gets a near fall. Trent with a reverse chin lock. Swann with punches and a chop. Trent with a running back elbow. Swann tries for a springboard move but Trent stops him and hits a Northern Lights suplex and gets a near fall. Trent with a reverse chin lock.

Swann with a jawbreaker to get out of the hold. Each man goes for a cross body and both men go down. Trent misses a splash into the corner but he connects with a boot to Swann. Swann with an enzuigiri followed by a rana. Trent goes to the floor and Swann with a flip dive onto Trent. Swann rolls Trent back into the ring and Swann goes up top.

Swann with a cross body for a near fall. Trent with elbows but Swann with a back heel kick and a scissors kick for a near fall. Swann runs into boots from Trent and he turns it into a modified double stomp.

Trent misses the flying knee and Swann with knees. Swann with a handspring Ace Crusher for a near fall. Swann with forearms to Trent but Trent with a slingshot leg drop and Swann falls to the floor. Trent with a plancha onto Swann and both men are down.

Trent rolls Swann back into the ring and he hits the double jump elbow followed by a tornado DDT for a near fall. Swann with a super kick but Trent with an enzuigiri. Swann with a kick. Trent with a power bomb for a near fall. Trent tries for an Alabama Slam but Swann counters with a flip piledriver for a near fall.

They go to the apron and Swann tries for a German suplex off the apron but Trent holds on to the ropes. Swann with punches on the apron but Trent with a chop. Swann with chops. Swann with an enzuigiri. Trent with a half nelson suplex on the apron and Swann falls to the floor.

Swann gets back into the ring before the twenty count and Trent gets a near fall. Trent with forearms and chops. Trent puts Swann on the turnbuckles and Swann avoids the superplex and he pushes Trent off. Trent recovers and he hits a belly-to-belly slam off the turnbuckles for a near fall.

Trent with a rollup but Swann counters with a near fall on a rollup. Swann with a spinning heel kick. Swann goes up top and hits a swann dive for a near fall. Swann tries for the standing 450 splash but Trent gets his knees up and gets a near fall with a rollup. Trent hits the flying knee for a near fall. Trent with the Jig N Tonic for the three count.

Winner: Trent Barreta

Ron asks Trent about having to face Rich Swann tonight when he wasn’t his original opponent. Trent praises Swann. He says that it makes no sense to have Jon Davis duck him. He is not going anywhere.

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