Tuesday, March 31, 2015

PTW Bloomington, MN 3/27/15

Promotion: Prime Time Wrestling
Time/Date: 7:00 pm Friday March 27, 2015
City, State: Bloomington, MN
Venue: Knights of Columbus

The Wildcat defeated Craven Knyte in the opening match. Knyte was defeated even though he was wearing his Red Power Ranger trunks. Knyte actually makes all of his trunks and has started making gear for other wrestlers. Check out his instagram for examples of his work.
DOUG & Bad Boy Brian pinned Billy Blaze.
Big Sepp & Black Stallion defeated Scott Story & JD Bandit.
 Ariya Daivari pinned Mitch Paradise. Last week Paradise debuted his bald head at MIW.
 PTW champion Darin Corbin defeated Ricky Love to retain the title. Corbin had a little help from Daivari who hit Love with the title belt. Corbins tights were made by Knyte.

Friday, March 13, 2015

Daivari makes ROH debut.

Tonight, 3/13/15,  in Milwaukee, WI Ariya Daivari will make his Ring of Honor debut. He is scheduled to wrestle against Roderick Strong.
It was almost 11 years ago that Ariya's older brother Shawn Daivari made his ROH debut in Chicago Ridge, IL. At that event Shawn teamed up with Delirious to take on the team of Masada & Justin Credible. Even though Shawn tried to break Masada's back and make him humble with the flying carpet he ended up getting pinned by Credible. Shawn did not stay in ROH for very long as he signed with the WWE 4 months later.

PWB St. Paul, MN 2/28/2015

Promotion: Pro Wrestling Battleground
Time/Date: 6pm Saturday February 28, 2015
City, State: St. Paul, MN
Venue: Wilebski's Blues Saloon

Rock Solid Ross defeated JD Bandit in the opening match.
 Venom defeated Piranha,  Luther Wilson the 3rd and The Mad Russian in a 4 corners elimination match.
PWB Breakout champion The Prophet retained the title by pinning Joey Anderson.
 Nathan Redwing pinned Devin Thomas. PWB has been bringing in a lot of new wrestlers to the Twin Cities area.
 Craven Knyte defeated Jeff O'Shea.
 PWB triple threat championship match between Pete Huge, Darin Corbin and champion Ryan Cruz.
 Ryan Cruz retained the title after a kick to Pete Huge's head.