April 7, 2007
â€“ Larry Goodman
Austin Creed and Hayden Young defeated Justice Served to become the new tag team champions at the NWA Anarchy television taping
It was the right kind of show to follow a blowout like Hardcore Hell â€™07. The focus was on setting up future storylines. The title match
was very good, and switching the title got the message across that if you miss a show, you might miss something big.
Thereâ€™s a strong chance last nightâ€™s attendance of 120 will end up as the smallest crowd Anarchy draws at the NWA Arena this
year. Itâ€™s tough to imagine there will be a tougher night to draw than on Easter weekend, just seven days after the binge of violence
and bloodshed at Hardcore Hell â€™07. The crowd was pretty lively given their reduced number.
Hour number one opened with television commentator Greg Hunter introduced Chad Parham, the man that won the NWA World
TelevisionTitle at Hardcore Hell, while preserving his obnoxious reign as the only two-time Heavyweight Champion in Anarchy history.
Parham entered to â€œWe are the Champions.â€� Mr. Buckhead was wearing a suit and carrying a cup of Starbucks. Our d***head
double champion said the only thing that could make it better was the tag team titles. â€œThe only way that could happen was if there
were two of me, and thatâ€™s too much greatness for you.â€� Parham said â€œa kidâ€� named Jeremy Vain was going to face â€œa
guyâ€� named Ace Rockwell in a number one contenderâ€™s match later in the show. â€œWhoever wins lays down in two weeks just
like everybody else.â€�
(1) Truitt Fields beat Adam Roberts (with Don Matthews) in 6:05
Fields is a future force to be reckoned with on the babyface side. Heâ€™s gets over with the Arena fans a little bit more every time out.
Matthews ditched the sloppy looking gear in favor of some shiny new duds. Now, he just looks cheesy. Matthews interfered liberally
throughout the match. He took a bump off the apron and a baseball slide, before pulling the ropes down on Fields to turn the tide.
Roberts worked over Truittâ€™s neck. A Fields powerslam brought Matthews up on the apron once again. Roberts charged, but Fields
got out of the way and Matthews took the hit. Fields pinned Roberts with a Spinesplitter. Roberts and Matthews played the blame game in
(2) Hollywood Brunettes beat two gibronis (Caezar Chavez & Myric Moore) in 2:56
Brunettes dominated Moore. Matthews did a senton backsplash from a seated position on Alexanderâ€™s shoulders for a near fall.
Moore made an ugly escape from a double team and tagged Chavez. Iâ€™ve seen guys worse than Moore in Cornelia, just not lately.
Chavez scored a near fall with a spinebuster. But Alexander made the jobbers pay for a telegraphed double backdrop. Brunettes made a
Myric sandwich with their double knee gutbuster/top rope double stomp finisher. Alexander pulled Moore up at the count of two to take
more punishment. Alexander then pinned Moore after a flying knee to the face.
Hunter was backstage with Al Getz and Justice Served. Getz gloated about beating up UAS and hanging Jerry Palmer at Hardcore Hell. â
€œWhen I saw Palmer with his feet dangling, gasping for air and with foam and bile coming out his mouth, it looked like vindication and
justice.â€� Getz said there was no chance Palmer could outsmart him. â€œLike a black man running for president, it ainâ€™t never
gonna happen.â€� Great promo.
(3) Seth Delay & Adrian Hawkins beat Patrick Bentley & Don Juan in 10:50
Juan came out alone and addressed his remarks to the â€œladies, women and girls over the age of 18.â€� Juan introduced Bentley as
a replacement for Chris Marval, which got a huge pop. It was a fine booking idea, since Bentley is always being outnumbered in the feud.
Unfortunately, the crowd was dead after Bentleyâ€™s initial flurry. This program has lacked the strong heel/face dynamic necessary to
get their juices flowing. For a babyface, Bentleyâ€™s character is too remote to get fans emotionally involved. Delay is cast as the heel,
but thereâ€™s a playful warmth about him that is far more engaging. Juan took over on Hawkins and danced. Delay said he wanted â
€œPatty,â€� but then attacked Juan from behind. Hawkins and Delay leveled Juan with a high/low combo move. They worked over Juanâ
€™s leg for a long, long time. It was tough to buy Hawkins getting over on Juan to this extent. Hawkins used a single leg crab, and Juan
got a ropes break. Delayâ€™s stiff lariat was the highlight. Bentley got the hot tag but there was zero heat. Bentley was taking it to
Hawkins, so Delay jumped in. Bentley clotheslined Delay over the top. But while referee Harold James was distracted by Juanâ€™s
complaining, Delay jabbed Bentley in the side with a chair. Hawkins pinned Bentley after an Unprettier. It had its moments, but as a
whole, this was a dull, uninspiring match.
In the postmatch, Delay and Hawkins had Bentley set up for another chairshot when Slim J hit the ring for the save. J got the strongest
babyface pop of the hour and totally overshadowed Bentley.
(4) Jeremy Vain beat Ace Rockwell via DQ due to Parhamâ€™s interference (7:05)
Parham came out to do television commentary. Rockwell got the jump on Vain, driving him from the ring. and hitting a pescado. Back
inside, Rockwell mounted the ropes for the 10 punches and followed with monkey flip. Vain used a filthy eye rake, hung Rockwell upside
down, and nailed him with a baseball slide. Vain gave Rockwell a bodyslam onto the floor. Rockwell was down for a seven count.
Rockwell came to life with a sunset flip back to the inside, but Vain cut him off with a leg lariat for a two count. Vain ducked an enzuigiri
and dropped an elbow for another two count. Not sure if that was the spot, but Rockwell hurt his neck and was barely able to move.
Rockwell gutted out a spinebuster and they went to the finish. Parham came to ringside and tossed his cup of coffee in Vainâ€™s face.
Brent Wiley DQed Rockwell. Vain was in a ####ing state of euphoria about being the number one contender. â€œI did it all by myself.â
€� Rockwell crawled towards the ramp and needed help to make it all the way. The report I got was that he suffered a stinger. Scary stuff.
(5) Brodie Ray Chase & Brandon Phoenix beat Derrick Driver & Steven Walters in 10:25
Waltersâ€™ trunks read â€œThe Fever.â€� Walters got off to a fast start against Phoenix. Driver followed suit with a springboard back
elbow and a split-legged moonsault for a near fall. Driver worked some NWA Wildside shows here about 5 years ago. At the time, he
was too scrawny. Now, he looks like a pro wrestler. Chase confused the ref and took over without tagging. The heels punished Driver
with power moves. Phoenix was a suplex machine. Heâ€™s pared down his offense to the things that look good. Chase pulled Driver
out, punched him in the face, and gave him a classic throat-first drop on the rail. BRC did his pumphandle back suplex - pumphandle
neckbreaker sequence. Walters broke up the pin. â€œThe Feverâ€� got the tag. Little Waltersâ€™ lariat attempt bounced off of Chase.
Walters got his near fall and you knew the end was near. Chase smoked Walters with a spiral chokeslam. The finish was a Chase
stunner to set up an STO by Phoenix.
Ring announcer Eddie Rich threw it backstage to Hunter with Salvatore Rinauro and Todd Sexton. Rinauro said that if Sexton wanted to
drag it out, he had no problems injuring him further. Rinauro said he had dug into the past for a partner and had come up with the
longest reigning junior heavyweight champion in Wildside history, Fast Eddie. Rinauro told Eddie there would be none of the Three Guys
frivolity, because this was personal. Sextonâ€™s partner was standing behind Rinauro and Eddie. It was none other than Masada~!
Sexton said the Texas Death Club was back.
(6) Texas Death Club (Todd Sexton & Masada) beat Salvatore Rinauro & Fast Eddie Vegas) via submission in 12:07
Eddie to Sal (upon hearing the underwhelming crowd response): â€œNobody knows who I am. Whoo!â€� Masada got a strong pop
considering he hadnâ€™t been back since the Wildside days. Four way action to start. Masada and Eddie had a crisp exchange.
Masadaâ€™s chops were as stiff as any ever seen in an Anarchy ring. Masada hit a brainbuster on Eddie. He brought Sal in the hardway
and gave him a long distance hiptoss. Rinauro surprised Sexton with a clothesline from the apron to start the heat. Wiley tried to get
uppity, and Rinauro slapped the hell out of him. Eddie landed a wicked stiff kick to Sextonâ€™s spine. A female fan noted that Eddieâ
€™s trunks had billiard balls over his balls. Rinauro taunted Sexton and spit at Masada. Sexton escaped a tandem vertical suplex and
made the tag. Wild action down the stretch. Masada hit a tilt-a-whirl gutbuster on Eddie. Rinauro caught Masada with a flying crucifix, and
Eddie dropkicked Masada into the pinning position. Masada powerbombed Rinauro and Eddie made the save. Rinauro and Eddie gave
Masada a slice â€˜n dice bicycle kick for a near fall. Sexton made a blind tag and it broke down to a four-way. Rinauro started doing a
number on Sextonâ€™s cranium. Meanwhile, Masada took Eddie out with a sick vertical suplex on the hardwood floor. Sexton came
back with a Gamebreaker on Rinauro. Masada hit a DVD. Rinauro was toast, but Sexton would not allow the pin. TDC gave Rinauro a
pedigree/sitout facebuster, and Masada refused to allow the pin. TDC did their finisher AGAIN and Sexton applied the Anaconda vise.
Rinauro puked up a disgusting puddle of chunky, yellowish bile. A brutal match. Seeing Eddie is always a treat. Masada was as good as
ever, except with a lot more scars.
Time out for while some lucky security guys removed the barf from the ring.
Attorney Jeff G. Bailey entered the ring to address â€œThe Reverendâ€� Dan Wilson. He had Abomination at ringside to watch his back.
Bailey described Hardcore Hell as â€œa maelstrom of violence and morbidityâ€� and â€œa blood splashed psychodrama.â€� Bailey
also said Wilson was crawling and crying like a little girl after what Bailey did to him in the Anarchy Rulz match. Bailey admitted that Devilâ
€™s Rejects won the match, but that was because the NWA Elite were outnumbered. Bailey called Onyx a selfish coward for not
showing up. â€œHeâ€™s yellow, and Iâ€™m done with him.â€� Onyx came out wearing an Easter sweater. Bailey said it was an
appropriate choice of color. Bailey said he wasnâ€™t afraid of Onyx, and ordered Abomination to let Onyx into the ring. Bailey continued
to heap on the verbal abuse. Onyx grabbed Bailey. Abomination got on the apron. Onyx threw Bailey aside and knocked Abomination off
the apron with a running shoulder block. Abomination was fuming. Bailey said not now. Hell no. It will be Onyx vs. Abomination on 4/21.
Perfect. Working against a much larger man seems to bring out the best in the Genetic Specimen.
(7) Austin Creed & Hayden Young beat Justice Served (Jason Justice & Mikki Free with Al Getz) to win the NWA Anarchy Tag Team
Titles in 9:01
This match had great heat across the board. Monster pop for Creed and Young. Early on, they did a double Japanese armdrag on
Justice. Young was the star, more explosive than ever, if thatâ€™s possible. Young went for a springboard double lariat, but JS caught
him in midair and drilled him into the mat. Awesome spot. The fans broke out the â€œLetâ€™s go Hayden.â€� JS put Young up into the
lights with a double backdrop. Nice teamwork here. JS is a better team than I gave them credit for being. Young and Justice worked
some nice small man/big man spots. Justice turned Youngâ€™s spinning headscissors into a killer sitout facebuster. Justice was on.
His work is crisper now than in any of his many runs in Cornelia. Justice followed with a devastating powerdrive back suplex. Anarchy
owner Jerry Palmer came to ringside. Free came out to confront Palmer. While this was going on, Urban Assault Squad ran in from the
front door and planted Justice with a flapjack. Young hit an amazing frogsplash to score the pinfall. The crowd went nuts for the new
The celebration came to an abrupt halt when Hollywood Brunettes hit the ring and laid the new champions out with belt shots. Brunettes
acted like the belts were as good as theirs.
Anarchy returns to the NWA Arena on 4/21 with Chad Parham vs Jeremy Vain for the TV Title, J vs. Hawkins and, Abomination w/Bailey vs.
Onyxâ€¦MAXW returns to Anderson, SC at the Fusion Warehouse on 4/28 with a 7pm belltime. They have a major show planned for 5/12
at the same venueâ€¦Masada has been spending most of his time in Japan working primarily for Big Japan and Apacheâ€¦Fast Eddie
has been less active due to the birth of his son, but hopes to work more regularly going forwardâ€¦Don Juan will be coming into Anarchy
on a more regular basis starting in Juneâ€¦Palmer showed up as the new commissioner for Georgia Wrestling Promotion in Ellijay
Friday night. The GWP Heavyweight Title match between Shaun Tempers (c) and Adam Jacobs ended as draw. Nemesis won the
bodyslam challenge against Iceberg, but Rejects left him in a pool of blood. For the return date on 4/20, Palmer ordered Tempers vs.
Hawkins with Kayla Kaos and Wilson barred from ringside. Iceberg faces Nemesis in a grudge match.
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