Friday, April 29, 2005

We'll miss you Chris (and other far less significant ramblings)

The first part of this blog was written last...

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I've been trying to find the right words this morning to pay homage to wrestling's latest tragedy, Chris Candido. But none of the words seem right. I only got to see Chris wrestle a few times in person and feel almost ill-equipped to write even the smallest tribute compared to the love others I know had for him. I met Chris briefly back in '96 as we stayed at the same hotel for WrestleMania XII, and even to a smart mark like myself back then, both him and Tammy were extraordinarily nice even when they didn't have to be. To me, Chris was one of those guys who's charisma and personality overshadowed the incredible workrate inside. You knew cause of his size that he was never going to get the spotlight like so many other talentless goofs do, but he sure made the most of what he was granted. As far as the indys, you could not ask to book a better "name" talent that would still go out there and bust his ass for you and the fans unlike alot of the other "name" talent. Chris certainly had his own demons, but by all accounts, he had conquered them, turned his life around, and back on track to be one of the most underrated stars in the modern era. And in the span of one week it all changed. A staph infection from a broken leg on PPV last Sunday claimed his life last night. It's a death that in your mind you just scream "Why???" because Chris was BACK, and finally, with his past behind him, he could right the wrongs and be on top, in his own way, once again. Two or three years ago, Candido's death would have almost been sickly understandable, but now it just seems so...unfair.

I'm at a loss once again as to what to say...but I really think I'd like to watch the Horowitz angle right now...

Rest in peace Chris.
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There are certain towns that will forever conjure up specific memories no matter how many times you may visit there. I spoke of this last August when I returned to the National Guard Armory in Thomasville for the first time since that fateful week in March 1999. This Saturday, I will travel down memory lane one more time for the my first show at the NGA in Wentworth since that unforgettable August weekend almost two years ago. I already wrote up a dramarific promotional piece for the show over at IndyInsiders.com and the CWF site. The infamous 8/9/03 show is easily one of the three most important shows in company history, alongside the 1/26/02 Ultimatum and 9/28/02 Triumph shows (I would venture to say we've had a couple this year already that would fall into that category but only time will prove that to be true). I certainly don't expect this Sat's show to live up to those lofty standards, although the lineup is certainly solid enough if the stars are willing to align correctly. While I'm not hoping for a repeat to August 2003, at this point, I'd almost be surprised if SOMEthing momentous doesn't go down this weekend.

The High Point Enterprise newspaper actually did an article on CWF this past week, with the focus being on my partner-in-crime, Randolph. Speaking of him, after recently diving headfirst in Hedd's stash of tapes, I wonder just how many people (especially in the Mid-Atlantic area) have boxes of old wrestling tapes stores in their basement or attic just collecting dust. These ancient unlabeled VHS tapes a re a true lost treasure to us old school marks and to uncover just stacks and stacks of syndicated TV from 1986-present is just a dream come true. Collections like Hedd's should be in some kind of wrestling Smithsonian and no matter how many tapes Stutts, myself, or whoever may have; when you stumble upon that one picture-perfect recording of say, the 5/11/87 Saturday Night's Main Event or Murdoch & Gilbert breaking Steve Williams' arm in UWF...well, let's just say that I've gotten off to stuff a lot less exciting than that.

For those that don't know, I've been dying to get my one and only tattoo for a few years now. Originally it was going to be a Decepticon symbol on my left forever with the words "Forever Heel" around it but since Drake Tungsten flat out stole my gimmick, I was forced to go in a different direction. Now, I still may not have that sucker a year down the road, but eventually it's simply gonna be the word "Spaz" in some kind of funky font on my upper back (nothing large or gaudy, just enough to make me proud). Anyways, via Scott Keith's blog came this link, Shane's Archives, which showcases some fine (and some equally lame) geek tattoos (including Transformers).

Updated the Myspace.com stuff the other day which is pretty much like getting a second printing of Brian Bolland's "The Killing Joke". The material is identical, but it's just not the same. My loyal readers (yeahhhh) know that the by god BLOG is the original, never to be duplicated, mo fo #1 for my ramblings...but you can go there and vote on the sexiness of my pic :P


WrestleMania 21
FINALLY came out for Xbox this past week and I had to check it out. For the record, I'm actually not a big wrestling game fan and my main goal with them is just to create our NC roster and go wild. The game is aesthetically beautiful but is getting seriously panned by the critics for it's game play. I've never really seen a wrestling game that was TRULY authentic anyway (and I've never had a shot with King of Colosseum unfortunately which has the best chances of being what I'm seeking).


Meet the Fockers
- First movie review in awhile as there hasn't been anything worth a shit come out on video since the Incredibles in mid-March. Anyways, "Meet the Fockers" is petty much 1000% as advertised - not a letdown by any means but absolutely not one ioto more than what you expect to get from it. It would have been nice for it to be as over the top hilarious as much of the mainstream proclaimed it to be but aside from Dustin Hoffman's awesome performance, it's really nothing special. Entertaining enough for one viewing and a few smiles and that's about it. **1/2 Back to counting down the days till "Sin City" comes out I guess...

Love to all! Be back next week!

Saturday, April 23, 2005

The Fans

I was alerted to something today that gets immediate bloggin' attention because it's one of those things that just strikes a chord inside of me.

On his latest blog entry, Mikael Yamaha took the fans to task (in his own eloquent way of speaking) for their lack of enthusiasm at the last CSA show. One unnamed fan, known only as "upset fan" posted this comment in response:

"Let's see if I can put this in perspective for you as to why we, the crowd, just sat there. No main event guys were there. Yes Slick Ric was there, but No Match. No Brad Attitude. No Title matches. No Anything. That's why the house was "like a not on a log." Hell, I would have even been happy to see Trent Wylde wrestle. When you have a CRAPPY show, you are going to have a CRAPPY crowd. Case closed."

Whew boy...

Let me start off by saying that I dare say no one that works with the company as been as sympathetic towards the CSA fans as I have been. Everytime a worker complains about the lack of support from the fans at the CSA, I am the first one to back the fan up and more often than not take the blame for our product when it comes to their lack of caring during a show. I have heard many, many times over the past few years how much they suck and it's no fun busting your ass out there and getting nothing in return.

Now, a note to both sides of the spectrum.

For the workers...your view on this is somewhat skewed as your perception is always about your one particular match and their reaction to it rather than the crowd's, which is viewing not just your segment on the show, but the entire product and it's very, very difficult for any worker to "bring back the crowd" if they've already become disenchanted earlier in the show. Thankfully, we don't run into THAT problem as much as we run into the problem of the undercard running too long and killing the heat for the main event. It wasn't the Kernodles that killed the crowd for the main at Fairchild, it was the insanely long undercard. Timing the show is far and away the hardest thing to pull off as you want it to go long enough for the crowd to be happily content but not long enough for them to become restless. And dependent on the size of the crowd, there's generally only about a 20 minute difference between those two which ain't a lot of leeway. It is tough being a fan (and no one is as big of fan as myself), as much as you absolutely love the product, it's hard to be supportive when there's obvious crap that you're being asked to cheer for. No, we don't put much out that falls into that category but we do walk a very fine line even in the best angles where the execution of something can make it a homerun or a strikeout in the fan's eyes. In short, 80% of the time, when WE have delivered the goods, the fans have given it right back. Period.

Now, for the fans...obviously everything we do is geared to what we HOPE will be entertaining and exciting in your eyes. I do not expect any fan to accept BS, nor should they. BUT, in response to "upset fan" let me just say (and this is that other 20% of the time), that while we may let you down at times, that they are plenty of occasions where YOU have let US down. That's not a blanket comment towards all the fans...some are always supportive no matter what. But this goes out to the ones that sat on their hands during say, Corey-Ric from 10/2/04 last year. One of the greatest matches I've ever seen in person and while the crowd was response was acceptable, that place should have been rocking and that, more than any other match, is the one where the unwillingness of certain fans to give back to the athletes in the ring was very painful to watch. Another match, and in a totally different vein, was the Xsiris-Kid Justice match from 6/26/04, which was the best singles match by far those two ever had with one another, X was still on fire from the TV title reign and the match would become Justice's first big win...and you could have heard crickets. That match made for some great TV and I'm very proud of that match but have never understood why our fans just gave absolutely nothing in return. I think part of the problem is (and this is referring to when we are putting out solid stuff with a tepid response) the regular CSA fan has been spoiled. Don't get me wrong, I'd still take a CSA-regular over those blasted smartmarks that seem to populate the Northern indy scene (if a fan ever chanted "You fucked up" at the CSA, you'd probably have to hold me back). But over the years, the regular CWF crowd (going back to the early days) has sat through some less-than-stellar stuff, but with the constant growth from the Rec Centers to the old Dojo to the CSA and now beyond, the CWF regulars have gotten spoiled by so many great matches and moments over the years, that they themselves have sat a certain standard which is very difficult to compete with. There are just TOO many CWF regulars that sit on their hands during quality shows. If you're reading this and it doesn't apply to you, then don't worry about it but to me, I (and many other workers I know) would LOVE to be able to sit back in a crowd and cheer on the wrestlers once again. You fans still have that ability, it hasn't been taken from you...you are there to enjoy. Cheer, boo, whatever...but after the show, grab the Commish...grab Gemini...grab myself...and tell us what you loved, what you hated, and why...you couldn't cheer or boo.

Whew, got a little off topic from the original intent there but getting back to the specific comment that got me ranting in the first place, the "upset fan" poster. I would assume you read this blog as well as Yamaha's hasn't really been publicized outside of mine so I will direct this to you personally since I'm sure you'll stumble upon this eventually. First off, you're more than welcome to pull me to the side and discuss it with me as I'm sure you read in my last entry here, I will personally take credit for any complaints geared towards this last show. I know it was far from our best effort but between no-shows and general direction, our hands were tied. However, I do take offense to your comment that "no main event guys were there". I think that is a very, very unfair statement to our roster considering we've had 59 different performers work a CWF main event in the past and 13 of them were on this particular show in some capacity. Obviously, you're a fan of the Dynasty looking at your comments but considering two of the individuals you mentioned haven't worked a CSA show THIS ENTIRE YEAR, it's not exactly like we let anyone down by their absences. The title match situation I can understand, but that was one of those circumstances where the challenger didn't show, so rather than putting on a matchup the fans had already seen on several occasions, we attempted to freshen that up.

Regardless, while last Saturday wasn't our best effort, as stated before, it was an important one, and I think we will MORE than make up for it in Wentworth (and quiet honestly, be giving away 4 main event matchups in one night). Then, when we return to the CSA on 5/14, there will be a concerted effort to make up for the lackluster show this past Saturday for any fans (such as yourself) that think they were jipped previously. Hopefully that will be the last chapter written on that topic for some time. And besides, the CSA holds the Rumble in September...what more can ya ask for???!! ;)

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

And they chanted "Powder"...

First off, a few birthday shoutouts from this past week to Caleb, Walter, and Tommy.

Ok, now off to the CWF at the CSA this past Saturday night for another TV taping. I was much more involved with this show than usual as Jeff took off to Vegas to be a CWF's true HiRoller, leaving pretty much just Danny and myself in charge. We were both all on the same wavelength as far as what the show needed to accomplish and Jeff was only a phone call away, but the responsibility in general was certainly much more than anything I had ever done at a show previously. I had some nervous anticipation going into it and by the end, like many shows, I was happy with some portions and disappointed with others. I do think it is amazing the way we have grown a product over the past five years with so much uncertainty on the indy scene in general (such as part of your main event and a title match opponent both not appearing, which was the case on this night). The show was designed to be a plug job for the big one in Wentworth (yes, that damn town) on 4/30 and by god, we sure accomplished that. But you still have to give your live crowd the illusion that they've stilled watched a quality, stand-alone show and I'm not sure we were as successful in that aspect. Anyways, onto the show...

1. Keenan Quinn and Gregory Vercetti defeated Rising Generation League champion Kid Justice and CWF/AWA Mid-Atlantic Television champion Jesse Ortega in 7:27 when Quinn pinned Ortega - a last second opener put together as a result of the now obvious non-appearances later in the show and the fact that we still needed an opener that would get the crowd going early. All four have worked in singles competition lately and quiet honestly, with the right direction (and only under those circumstances), I would love to see a 20-minute version of this young lions tag. This one definitely needed some hands-on treatment that we didn't have the time for, but what the match layout lacked, all 4 guys made up for with energy as it did exactly what it should have in the opening spot. **

-Ric Converse promo comes out and does a brief injury update that the doctor did indeed find something wrong with not only his ribs, but his neck as well. He goes back to his physician on 4/29 and...you got it, announcement of his future will be made live in Wentworth.

2. Tank Lawson pinned "Wild" Shane West in 1:09 - Wow, TV squash that wasn't even intended to be THAT much of a cremation but it sure was effective. 1/4*

-Garry Stevens comes out, tossing canes, crutches, and a walker into the ring, complaining about Converse ducking him. Ric ends up coming back out which forces the Commish (along with the Southside Playas) to step in-between, keeping the two apart as to not have a repeat of the last CSA show. Stevens ends up blasting J-Money from behind which sends him head first into our steel entrance way which of course prompts Will Smooth to step up to Stevens and the match is set for later. Good, good stuff all the way around from all parties.

3. Xsiris pinned "Classic" Chris Collins in 6:03 - A fine little TV match that adequately made up for the tag abortion that these two were involved in 2 weeks earlier. Despite the lack of the UNC-tights for Collins, the workrate was much better and X was in the right frame of mind tonight. No complaints at all. *3/4

4. Jeremy Ryan pinned Mikael Yamaha in 3:29 -



Yamaha comes out, cuts a promo demanding Ninja (who cost him the match on 4/2) but instead, of all people, Jeremy Ryan comes out, seeking revenge for his mauling at the hands of Yam at the last CSA show. Great, great mic work by both guys and within seconds of the match, the crowd starts chanting "Powder!". Yes, as in the movie cause believe me, of all the pasty white guys that have walked through a CWF curtain, NONE can compete with the skin pigment of one Jeremy Ryan. The match is what it is until Ninja runs out, crane kicks Yam, and 1-2-3, we have 2005's biggest upset by far. I would have liked to tweak some things regarding the match as it was a personal pet project from the start which didn't have an end result that exactly matched my original vision but it still got us to where we needed to go...which is the post-match challenge for Yam vs. Ninja at...yep, Wentworth.

We hit intermission here and let me just say, that was quiet possibly the best paced first half of a show we've EVER done and I still feel if we had just had a true homerun main event, this show would have been killer. Instead, we were left trying to give the illusion the crowd had seen a great show without a whole lot of true quality matchups to sell them on.

GeeStar and Brass Munkey are out to cut a promo to sell the match vs. Corey Edsel and Brad Stutts on 4/30 in...(all together now!) Wentworth. Munkey does a very short, but affective, apology to the crowd on his recent actions for having to "become a different man to fight Corey." Gee then takes over and does one of her usually unique promos that was very well received by our normally heelish-crowd in the way that a soft spoken preacher gets a response from a holy roller "Hallelujah!" church. Deep stuff that totally worked which then segued into...

5. Brass Munkey pinned Mitch Conner in 4:12 - Pretty much perfection going by what it needed to accomplish and Conner is just SO the perfect guy for this role. Munkey pulls out Corey's backdrop driver for the finish and Conner just does the perfect "instant corpse" sell. ** Stutts then appears on the big screen with Corey, giving another tremendous promo for the match. I honestly couldn't ask for a better build to one match than what this tag match has been given.

6. "Boggie Woogie Man" Rob McBride pinned Alex Adonis in 15:35 - Pretty much what you would expect until the last 5 minutes or so and Adonis hits the wall and proceeds to win the award for "Most blown up I've ever seen one wrestler in any match EVER" as on several different occasions, he literally crawls to a corner and appears like he's gonna hurl all over the place while he's slumped over trying to catch his breath while Rob is left having to sell the entire time. I kid you not. Rob goes over clean with the backslide. Whew boy. *

7. Garry "Madd Trucker" Stevens pinned 1/2 of the CWF/AWA Mid-Atlantic tag team champions Will B. Smooth in 10:15 of a no-disqualification match - Which brings us to the "hopefully acceptable main event" for the evening as Smooth comes to the ring, gets the mic (hide the women and children) and says something along the lines of "I wanna hit 'em wid a cane!" so Stevens with no hesitation agrees to a No DQ match (let's ignore the fact that we've ran 91 shows, 700 matches and never had a DQ here ok?). Anyways, match is actually pretty good despite certain lapses in psychology with the overuse of gimmicks but Smooth takes one heck of a beating for his part so I gotta give him his props there. The hilight by far is J-Money just calmly walking out like he normally would and then just going fucking nuts, trying to maim Stevens with a crutch.



Just awesome stuff from Money who you NEVER see that kind of emotion out of. Gee, it's almost like that sets the stage for a Garry-Money confrontation...like say, oh I don't know...Wentworth maybe? **

Overall thoughts - As a whole, I'm pretty happy with the Danny/Spaz version of CWF Mid-Atlantic. The workers were great and there was no headbutting to be found. I wish the crowd would have been better and I hate that a show I have fingerprints on didn't have a match for the workrate fan, but I think that's one thing I've learned over the past few years. There's a time and place for each and every match and you can't just force something on a show no matter how much you personally would like it if it's going to take away from the overall direction you're trying to move in. If anyone wants to come up to me and say "Hey, that show was the drizzling shits" then I'll happily take the blame for it cause I KNOW we did the right thing with what we had to work with.

After the show it was off to Steak N' Shake followed by a visit to Munkey's ("Cup of Death" retains it's title as best drinking game EVER) with, among other people, Joe who is just a cool mo fo that we don't get to hang out with enough and Zoe, who has finally made it into the upper echelon of females in my life. Speaking of that topic, I got to chat briefly with Erica (!) yesterday who, out of everyone this side of Winterstein and the big man, there is no one I miss more on a regular basis than that girl. So between Zoe, Erica, and that one wrestling chick that I hang with....yeah, I'm pretty content in that aspect of life...

I missed the freakin' NFL Network's live special this year in which they announce the entire NFL schedule for the year. Of course last year was the first one they ever did and it's kinda tough to track down anyways as the NFL schedule's release date varies every year so aside from "Mid-April" you never really know when it's coming out and you have less than 24 hours notice before the special actually airs. Of course the majority of people reading this are gonna go "Uhhhh...it's not like the schedule isn't available all over the damn place an hour later". Yeah, I know but it's not the point...I eat, sleep, and breath that damn thing from September-January and by god, if I want ONE day from in the Spring to truly engulf what is to come in the fall I want my by god NFL Network special and I want it LIVE.

Which of course brings me to...the schedule. Lots of little notes here and there that I want to make mention of, the most prominent being that the NFL has truly booked this season's schedule as a goodbye to Brett Favre. Even if it's not his final year, they're taking no chances at all. 10/3 brings us Monday Night Football and the Pack visit the Panthers, a matchup that holds so many memories for me as my two of my favorite teams battle it out. Green Bay then has two other Monday night games but holy balls, this could truly be the finest farewell two-game stretch ever booked for one specific player. On Christmas day 12/25 on national television, the Chicago Bears come to Lambeau in a matchup of the greatest football rivalry of all time in what could well be Favre's next-to-last home game. Then, if that wasn't enough, on Jan. 1st, in the final regular season game, Mike f'n Homlgren and the Seahawks come back to Lambeau. Yes, Favre's final game ever could be against the coach that led him to the SuperBowl. That is fantastic and I get chills now just thinking about the video package that would air before the game.

In other notables, we get the SuperBowl XXXVIII rematch with the Panthers and Pats in Week 2 which is sadly enough buried in a 1pm timeslot. Sunday night 10/2 on ESPN, we'll get the incredible atmosphere of the otherwise pointless 49ers-Cardinals game thanks to it's location being moved to Mexico City which I wouldn't be a big fan of on a regular basis, but for an annual tradition yeah, that'd be cool. The Colts-Pats showdown gets it's deserved MNF spot on 11/7 while I'm not exactly celebrating over Thanksgiving as we get the Michael Vick-hype fest as he gets the spotlight vs. Detroit, followed by Denver-Dallas (yeesh). Sadly, Cincy fails to get a MNF game this year after how special it was last year while the Saints DO! How the heck does New Orleans get a Monday Night game??? Meanwhile, the 12-4 Chargers only get ONE game while the playoff-less 6-10 Cowboys get two??? WTF??? Which brings me to...

The death of Monday Night Football. Enjoy it this year because in 2006, it's over. The latest NFL TV deal has effectively crushed the 35-year history of network TV's greatest sports institution. And on Monday Night Dec. 26, the Jets and Patriots (christ all mighty, I couldn't have gotten a worse matchup to say goodbye?) will play the final Monday night game ever on ABC. I first heard this rumor probably a year and a half back and totally blew it off cause it was just THAT ludicrous. Well, it has sadly become a reality. And yes, I know that there will still be a football game played on Monday Nights, now over on ESPN, but it's just not the same. Dress it up and call it "Monday Night Football" all you want but reality is, the MNF we all knew and grew up with will die on December 26th, 2005. The "new" network showcase game will be the Sunday NIGHT game which moves to NBC (along with a flexible late-season schedule in order to move a 1/4pm game to primetime, which also is complete crap). I understand WHY the NFL is making these changes and trying to talk it all up in a positive light, but the reality is that network television could no longer support a weekday primetime football game and despite the game's incredible popularity, this is a regression, not a progression. Hell, I can't even celebrate the fact that John Madden is out of a job, cause just like when CBS closed up shop in '95, either ESPN (or preferably NBC) will pay him the $ to bring him to their broadcast team cause god knows unlike Al Michaels, who's only a million times more versitle, Madden is for some ungodly reason a football icon and just HAS to have a spot behind the booth. I can honestly say that in my years in broadcasting with FOX, I never once worked with a LOCAL sports anchor that was as worthless as Madden, who gets a national stage every week.

Finally, I can't talk football without giving a nod to former Panthers Linebacker and LB coach Sam Mills who passed away from cancer earlier this week. I, like many others, thought he had beaten it but obviously he was keeping the truth protected and you have to respect that. Of all the ups and downs this franchise has seen in it's 10 years, more than any other player, Sam Mills defined what the franchise is supposed to be. #51 will truly be missed.

Love to all!

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Matt Hardy, Reese's, American Idol, and other stuff that has no connection...

Today's bizarre Goggle search that brought someone to my blog: "Jillian Barberie vs. Undertaker". What would ever possess someone to be searching for that matchup??

The big news of course is Matt Hardy's release from the WWE this week. Absolutely appalling move from the WWE basically kicking the guy when he's down and siding with the evildoers. That'd be like my girlfriend cheating on me with another wrestler and ME getting canned from CWF for it. And we all know how ludicrous that scenario sounds.

I always thought Matt had a legit shot at being the next Bret Hart once he broke out from the tag team scene but due to some absolutely ridiculous politics, he gets canned from the company that he could have honestly carried a heck of alot better than Batista or Cena are going to do. Despite a very very good run in the tag team ranks, Matt's true potential was never even touched upon (which of course could be said for most of the true talent in that company). Matt had all the tools to be a credible World champion just like Bret did and it's a shame that will never come to be.

One of the many wrestling critics out there, this one being a pretty decent guy under the moniker of the "White Miles Davis", wrote a pretty extensive (and very fair) review of the CWF supershow from 2/5/05 over at Da Wrestling Board. It's always good to get reviews from unbiased fair parties so we with the company can see just how far off our perception is compared to others. Of course you're never going to see eye to eye with everyone, but this guys' analysis was pretty dead on with my original review.

Well, one of the last people I ever expected to sit down and even attempt a BLOG has done just that, that being "the Box Office Draw" Mikael Yamaha. Hopefully it won't be a one and done deal like SOME workers I know (I'm looking at you Walter!) because Yamanutts could have some pretty fascinating stuff, especially if he's ever inclined to type when he's PO'd over being asked to do too many jobs. ;)

I freakin' LOVE me some Reese's and they just keeps crankin out the goods with all these funky limited edition version of the Reese's cups. First we had the Inside Out ones and now we got the "Chocolate Lovers" and "Peanut Butter Lovers" ones. Now, to me, Reese's is the end all, be all of candy goodness and even the worst piece of crap that is put out under with the Reese's logo is still better than pretty much everything else on the Hershey's line. With that in mind, here are my personal rankings from best of worst of every Reese's product I've ever had the pleasure to try. Keep in mind this is NOT a complete list as I have yet to sample the Honey Roasted, Dark Chocolate, and others -

1.
Reese's Peanut Butter Egg - As tremendous as the original Reese's is, the holy Peanut Butter Egg is why chocolate and peanut butter were brought together in the first place. Just one big lump of artery cloggin' goodness. Note: This would include the other holiday Reese's concoctions as well, but the original, and still greatest, is the EGG. *****

2.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Original) - The original is still heaven on earth and like a good whore, available 365 days a year to all that desire it. *****

3.
Reese's Pieces - A complete different style from the Cup and Egg, but still a favorite pastime as few things in life appeal to me more than watching some old Arsion tapes with a box of Reese's Pieces. Yeah, I don't understand it either. ****3/4

4.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Peanut Butter Lovers) - Out of the recent "Limited Edition" Reese's the PB Lovers completely trumps them all. I expected this to be very similar to the underwhelming "Inside Out" cup as it sounds and looks like the exact damn thing but for some reason, THIS one actually paid off big time. ****1/2

5.
Reese's Fast Break - Easily the most underrated Reese's product ever and better than half the other candy BARS on the market. ***3/4

6.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Chocolate Lovers) - Another "limited edition" and I'm rating this thing a bit lower just cause of the false advertising. You see, it proclaims to be Chocolate Lovers, but I could tell NO difference whatsoever between it and just the original regular Reese's Cup. Just save the $ and get the original...it's the same damn thing. ****

7.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cookies - A fine cookie edition of the Reese's...won't blow ya away, but if you're after a cookie version of the god of candy, it'll more than pass. ***1/4

8.
Reese's Big Cup - Fine by and large but as the wise Jeff Rudd has told us many times "less is more" and the Big Cup is a whole bunch of MORE. ***

9.
Reese's Nutrageous - The forgotten child of the Reese's family and another acceptable BAR format. Just kinda falls into that black hole of acceptable candy bars that is neither beloved or detested. ***

10.
Reese's Peanut Butter - Yes!! The only PB in the world that I will actually forsake Peter Pan for. Not as blowaway as the name would indicate but still..I just like seeing the jar sitting in the cabinet. ***

11.
ReeseSticks - Eh, passable little sticks of candy for those cheap bastards on Halloween that won't give ya the whole bar. **3/4

12.
Reese's Bites - Again, not intended to be great but a passable little snack but one of the better ones in this whole "little candy balls" genre. **1/2

13.
Reese's Swoops - Way to thin and small to truly be satisfying even if ya eat the whole damn can cause believe me, I've tried. **

14.
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups (Inside Out) - The only Reese's Cup that I've ever viewed as a true disappointment and complete letdown. The taste is nowhere near as appealing as any of the Reese's Cup, including it's twin, but much tastier sister the PB Lovers. Hmmm...that reminds me of a story... **

15.
Reese's Peanut Butter Puffs Cereal - Holy balls, flat out has to be the most hideous thing ever produced with a Reese's name on it. Dunking Reese's in milk wouldn't be my first choice as a snack but it sure wouldn't be as horrid as this concoction. I like me some cereal, but christ, this stuff is the equivalent of watching a Mikael Yamaha babyface promo. DUD.

The following is a very un-Stat like moment for this blog so please forgive me as I dive head first inside a little piece of Mainstream Crap...

I used to think "American Idol" was the devil's TV show but I begrudgingly began to watch it during my jobless period last year and it sucked me in. During the first two seasons I swore I would never watch this trash but it has an undeniable charm and plus, in a Hollywood entertainment kinda way, it is it's own little King of the Ring tournament. I think you would be very, very hard pressed to actually have a roster the depth as Season 3 (not necessarily musically, but personality wise). This year's (#4) has been somewhat lackluster so to speak but with eight weeks left, it seems like we're finally coming around to some entertaining television. The only drawback right now is almost everyone left is too lovable as they booted the one super bitch several weeks back that would have jakked ratings up big time if she had still been it down the stretch. So with that in mind, here are MY picks for the 2005 AI home stretch and the eventual winner, in order from next eliminated on down -


Anthony - Far and away the least distinctive person left on the show, both vocally and charasmatically...I say 1 week left, at absolute max, 2 weeks.


Scott - A fine, fine singer but doesn't connect with the audience the way most of the other top-runners do. Could possibly push for a Final 4 spot at best, but I just don't seem him even making it that far.


Bo - My first real upset elimination as while he has all the tools, him and Constantine are just TOO similar and he's gonna get nix'd cause Constantine is the more beloved. Same thing happened last year with the whole "Three Divas" thing and it'll happen this year with these two.


Carrie - Much like Diana last year, will probably go further than anyone expects her to go here by just flying under the radar. Not good enough on all levels to make it to the true elite, but will hang around for a little while longer.


Vonzell - This would be the start of my Final 4, where any of the 4 COULD will but I think it will be a female once again this year. Vonzell's elimination falls into that whole "splitting the vote" scenario as well (with Nadia), who has a bit more personality to survive.


Anwar - This guy is gonna be there for awhile and IF a guy wins, he'll be the one. America digs him big time and any elimination before now would be a huge shocker.


Constantine - Possibly the least talented of my final four, but should survive at least to the Final 4 because he "gets it" and pretty much every female in America is gonna be voting for him. My personal fav as well.


Nadia - Of everyone on the show that's left, Nadia easily has the best combination of range and charisma to win the whole thing. Her biggest competitor is Vonzell, who isn't as loved by America as much at this point. 8 weeks is still a long time and things can change, but for now, my pick for 2005 AI Winner is Nadia.

Hope everyone enjoyed that completely random rant...see what happens when I have no show to review? See ya!

Friday, April 08, 2005

Call your friends, it's the online debut of the official CWF Mid-Atlantic record book!! (updated through 4/2/05 show)

Hello all...I spent most of my evening updating the CWF record book which I had gotten really slack on doing and with the amount of shows that have been run lately it takes quiet an effort just to catch up...and then it dawned on me..well hell, if I'm gonna spend all this time updating why don't I just post it on my blog and give everyone a reason to kill a day or two...so for the first time ever (unless you've seen this monstrosity before), I give to you the reason I earned my name...the official CWF Mid-Atlantic Record book...a basic of table of contents if I may...first section is basically the all-time records in a zillion different categories, followed by the individual breakdown for every wrestler to ever wrestle in the promotion, followed by the all-time list of champions with each and every title defense, followed by the all-time records for the 4 CWF Rumbles that have taken place. Try not to fry you brain, if you find any errors please email them to me, and enjoy!

CWF MID-ATLANTIC RECORD BOOK
633 Consecutive Matches without a disqualification finish
Babyface Wins: 370 (60.4%)
Heel Wins: 251 (38.1%)
Draws: 12 (0.01%)
Clean Sweep Shows: Explosive Elements 7/28/01 (Babyfaces 6-0), Payback 8/18/01 (Babyfaces 3-0), 11/6/04 (Babyfaces 6-0)
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Most Matches (Overall)
86, Mikael Yamaha
Corey Edsel
74, Ric Converse
73, J-Money

Most Matches (Singles)
58, Corey Edsel
54, Ric Converse
39, Mikael Yamaha

Most Matches (Tag Team)
54, J-Money
47, Mikael Yamaha
Brass Munkey

Most Title Matches
36, Ric Converse
33, Mikael Yamaha
23, Corey Edsel
Gemini Kid/Number Man
22, J-Money

Most Matches Wrestled In One Night
3, Drake Tungsten (7/19/03)
Hugh B. Johnson (7/19/03)
Brass Munkey (7/19/03)
American Steel Ninja (7/19/03)
Mikael Yamaha (1/31/04)
Gemini Kid (1/31/04)
Corey Edsel (5/15/04)

Most Shows Doubleshoted
9, Corey Edsel (4/26/02, 9/7/02, 9/28/02, 2/15/03, 6/28/03, 5/15/04, 8/28/04, 11/20/04, 2/6/05)
8, Mikael Yamaha (5/5/01, 10/13/01, 9/28/02, 2/15/03, 9/27/03, 11/22/03, 1/31/04, 9/18/04)
5, Gemini Kid (3/3/01, 2/15/03, 9/27/03, 11/22/03, 1/31/04)
Ric Converse (9/28/02, 9/27/03, 11/22/03, 7/31/04, 8/28/04)

Most Wins (Overall)
59, Corey Edsel
51, Mikael Yamaha
43, J-Money
Ric Converse

Most Losses (Overall)
40, Trent Wylde
35, Brass Munkey
33, Mikael Yamaha

Most Wins (Singles)
47, Corey Edsel
35, Ric Converse
23, Mikael Yamaha

Most Losses (Singles)
21, Trent Wylde
17, Ric Converse
14, Mikael Yamaha
Gemini Kid/Number Man

Most Wins (Tag Team)
30, J-Money
28, Mikael Yamaha
24, Brass Munkey
23, Gemini Kid/Number Man
American Steel Ninja

Most Losses (Tag Team)
24, J-Money
21, Brass Munkey
20, Drake Tungsten
19, Mikael Yamaha

Most Wins (Title Matches)
24, Ric Converse
23, Mikael Yamaha
15, Corey Edsel
J-Money

Most Losses (Title Matches)
11, Gemini Kid
10, Ric Converse
8, Mikael Yamaha
7, J-Money

Best win percenatge (Overall -min. 5 matches)
1.000, Don Kernodle (10-0)
Rocky Kernodle (9-0)
.857, C.W. Anderson (6-1)

Worst win percentage (Overall -min. 5 matches)
.000, Brad Stutts (0-8)
.027, Chris Collins (0-17-1)
.062, "Rock N' Roll" Matty D (0-7-1)

Longest winning streaks
13, Corey Edsel (9/28/02-3/8/03)
11, Ric Converse (12/18/04-present)
10, Don Kernodle (12/30/00-present)
9, Rocky Kernodle (3/3/01-present)
Sean Powers (7/19/03-3/6/04)

Longest losing streaks
25, Trent Wylde (9/7/02-1/17/04)
17, Kenny James (12/14/03-present)
15, Chris Collins (9/7/02-1/8/05)

Most Pins Scored
49, Corey Edsel
42, Ric Converse
39, Mikael Yamaha

Most Times Pinned
35, Trent Wylde
23, Gemini Kid/Number Man
22, Mikael Yamaha

Most consecutive matches scoring a pin
11, Ric Converse (12/18/04-present)
7, Kamikazi Kid (4/3/04-12/4/04)
6, Sexton Tyler (1/26-6/29/02)
Corey Edsel (10/19-12/28/02 and 5/1-6/26/04)

Most consecutive matches without scoring a pin
25, Trent Wylde (9/7/02-1/17/04)
18, Chris Collins (9/7/02-present)
17, Kenny James (12/14/02-present)

Most consecutive matches without being pinned
24, GeeStar (4/26/02-6/5/04)
20, Corey Edsel (9/28/02-6/28/03)
Corey Edsel (1/17-10/17/04)

Most consecutive matches being pinned
15, Trent Wylde (10/19/02-9/13/03)
6, Kenny James (8/18/01-5/11/02)
Trent Wylde (10/25/03-1/17/04)
Drake Tungsten (11/22/03-3/6/04)
Chris Collins (10/2/04-1/22/05)

Longest Title Reigns
1 year, 1 month, 25 days: Corey Edsel (as Heavyweight champion)
1 year, 27 days: Mikael Yamaha (as Cruiserweight champion)
11 months, 7 days: Krazy K (as Rising Generation League champion)

Shortest Title Reigns
9 days: Jeff Justice (as Heavyweight champion)
1 month, 4 days: Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid (as Tag team champions)
1 month, 14 days: Mitch Norris, Sean Powers, and Ivan Koloff (as Tag team champions)

Most Successful Title Defenses
10, Ric Converse (as Heavyweight champion - 2nd reign)
9, Corey Edsel (as Heavyweight champion - 1st reign)
Xsiris (as Television champion)
Ric Converse (as Heavyweight champion - 1st reign)

Most Matches Wrestled Without Winning a Championship
46, Trent Wylde (9/7/02-present)
42, Drake Tungsten (8/17/02-present)
36, Hugh B. Johnson (8/17/02-present)

Most Match Time Wrestled in One Night
39:05, Mikael Yamaha (8/9/03)
Gemini Kid (8/9/03)
Brad Attitude (8/9/03)
Brad Rainz (8/9/03)
38:36, Trent Wylde (9/27/03)

Most Consecutive Matches Wrestled 10:00 and under
7, Brass Munkey (5/3/03-7/19/03)
Xsiris (2/21-5/1/04)
6, Jeff Justice (3/3-5/19/01)
Sho' Nuff (3/3/01-present)
American Steel Ninja (5/3/03-7/19/03)
GeeStar (4/3-6/26/04)
Corey Edsel (5/1-6/26/04)

Most Consecutive Matches Wrestled 10:00 and over
11, Corey Edsel (9/7/02-1/11/03)
Mikael Yamaha (11/2/02-3/8/03)
9, Gemini Kid (11/16/02-3/22/03)

Most Frequent Matchups
19, Corey Edsel vs. Ric Converse (Corey leads series 11-5-2)
15, Amber Holly vs. GeeStar (Amber leads series 8-7)
14, Mikael Yamaha vs. Gemini Kid/Number Man (Yamaha leads series 8-5-1)
13, Brass Munkey vs. Drake Tungsten (Munkey leads series 7-5-1)
11, Mikael Yamaha vs. Ric Converse (Yamaha leads series 6-5)

Most Frequent Tag Team Combinations
34, L.A. Cash and J-Money (20-14)
36, Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja (20-15-1)
28, Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson (11-17)

Breakdown of Match Finishes (out of 633)
Pinfall-583 (92.1%)
Submission-26 (4.1%)
Draw-12 (2%)
Rumble-4 (1%)
Texas Death match-2 (0%)
Ladder match-1 (0%)
Towel match-1 (0%)
Battle Royal-1 (0%)
Countout-3 (0%)

Longest Matches
43:13, 2nd Annual Indy Rumble; Triumph 9/28/02
41:10, Corey Edsel, Mikael Yamaha, and Gemini Kid vs. Kurt Solo, Drake Tungsten, and Hugh B. Johnson in a Triathlon Survivor match; Dojo Show #7 2/15/03
39:05, Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude vs. CWF/FWA-Carolinas tag team champion Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in a best two out of three falls match; Explosive Elements 8/9/03
35:44, 3rd Annual CWF Rumble; Triumph 9/27/03
32:21, 4th Annual CWF Rumble; Triumph 9/18/04
31:54, All-Star Indy Rumble; Tribute 10/13/01
30:00, CWF/FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse vs. Mikael Yamaha in an Ironman match; Dojo Show #4 12/14/02
30:00, CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse vs. "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel; Triumph 9/18/04
29:36, Garry Stevens, Sean Powers, and Hugh B. Johnson vs. Corey Edsel, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in a Triathlon Survivior match; Ultimate Survivor 11/20/04
28:28, Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson vs. Kid Justice and Justin Flash vs. Rob McBride and Joe Storm vs. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja vs. L.A. Cash and J-Money vs. Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in a 6-team Guantlet match; Dojo Show #15 7/19/03

Shortest Matches
0:05, "Wild" Shane West vs. Jay Sinn; Road to Battlecade 12/4/04
0:27, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer vs. "Red Hot" Tim Blaze; Battlecade V 12/18/04
0:43, Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson vs. Kid Justice and Justin Flash; Dojo Show #15 7/19/03
0:53, Trent Wylde vs. "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown; Dojo Show #1 10/19/02
1:01, Rob "The Bull" McBride vs. Brad Stutts; CWF/FWA-Carolinas at Greensboro Coliseum 1/25/03
1:22, CWF/FWA-Carolinas Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel vs. Justin Flash in a non-title match; Dojo Show #14 6/28/03
1:32, Bounty Hunter vs. Rob "the Bull" McBride; CWF/FWA-Carolinas at Greensboro Coliseum 1/25/03
1:40, Corey Edsel vs. Brad Rainz; CWF Mid-Atlantic 2/7/04
1:40, Tank Lawson vs. Chris Amos; 1/22/05
1:56, Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja vs. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson; Dojo Show #15 7/19/03

Main Events worked (not counting Rumble main events)
32: "Slick" Ric Converse
27: Mikael Yamaha
26: Corey Edsel
21: Gemini Kid/Number Man
10: Brad Attitude
9: GeeStar
8: Brad Rainz
7: Sexton Tyler, Kurt Solo, Drake Tungsten, American Steel Ninja
6: "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown, Otto Schwanz, Hugh B. Johnson
5: Madd Maxx, Bounty Hunter, Brass Munkey, Xsiris
4: Rob McBride, Don Kernodle, Brad Stutts, J-Money
3: Jeff Justice, Amber Holly, Rocky Kernodle
2: Black Hart, Joe Storm, Matt Houston, Gary Stevens, Joey Silvia, Kamikazi Kid, Will B. Smooth, Sean Powers, Jesse Ortega
1: Cham Pain, Shannon Moore, Patrick O'Hara, William Wealth III, Mr. Chance Alberta, Ethan Cage, Nemesis, Caprice Coleman, Main Attraction, Billy Reil, the Russian, William Cross, Malaki, C.W. Anderson, Tim Blaze, Shane West, Jake Jones, L.A. Cash, Trent Wylde, David Flair, Kid Kazi, Donnie Dollars, Jay Sinn, "Wild" Shane West

Semi-Main Events worked
26: Mikael Yamaha
16: Gemini Kid/Number Man
15: "Slick" Ric Converse
14: Corey Edsel
12: Brass Munkey, J-Money
11: Xsiris
10: American Steel Ninja, Amber O'Neal/Amber Holly
9: Brad Attitude
8: Sean Powers
7: Sexton Tyler, Brad Rainz
6: L.A. Cash, GeeStar, Kamakazi Kid
5: Hugh B. Johnson
4: Otto Schwanz, Cham Pain, Drake Tungsten, Quinson Valentino, Mitch Norris, Rob McBride, Garry Stevens
3: "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown, Jesse Ortega, Krissy Vaine, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer
2: Los Latinos Locos, Main Attraction, Joey Silvia, Don Kernodle, Rocky Kernodle, Kid Justice, Jay Sinn, Gregory Vercetti, Will B. Smooth, , "Wild" Shane West
1: Hot Property, Myles Long, Erotica, Ethan Cage, Canadian Assassins, William Wealth III, Caprice Coleman, Madd Maxx, Jeff Justice, Joe Storm, Damien Storm, "Playboy" Tripp, J.T. Sparxx, Dewey Cheatum, Pat Cusick, Brandi Alexander, Matt Houston, Malaki, Persephone, C.W. Anderson, Matt Stryker, Matt Dillinger, Billy Winfield, Alex Adonis, "Tremendous" Trent Wylde, Ultra Dragon, Donnie Dollars, Ivan Koloff, the Shadow, Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson

CWF Event locations by venue (out of 90 live shows)
33-Carolina Sports Arena; Burlington, NC
16-Club CWF; Burlington, NC
12-Graham Recreational Center; Graham, NC
7-Ray Street Recreation Center; Graham, NC
3-Lakeview Civitans Ballfield; Burlington, NC
2-AC Fitness Center; Greensboro, NC
2-Seagrove Elementary School; Seagrove, NC
2-Fairchild Recreation Center; Burlington, NC
2-Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center; Greensboro, NC
1-Veterans Memorial Park; Mt. Airy, NC
1-West Central Community Center; Pfafftown, NC
1-Alamance County Fairgrounds; Burlington, NC
1-A.L. Brown Middle School; Kannapolis, NC
1-Ramseur Elementary School; Ramseur, NC
1-National Guard Armory; Thomasville, NC
1-National Guard Armory; Wentworth, NC
1-Central Boys & Girls Club; Asheboro, NC
1-Old Cove Creek School; Sugar Grove, NC
1-Arts Around the Square; Graham, NC
1-Clayton High School; Clayton, NC

CWF Event locations by town (out of 90 live shows)
55-Burlington, NC
20-Graham, NC
4-Greensboro, NC
2-Seagrove, NC
1-Thomasville, NC
1-Wentworth, NC
1-Pffaftown, NC
1-Kannapolis, NC
1-Sugar Grove, NC
1-Mt. Airy, NC
1-Asheboro, NC
1-Ramseur, NC
1-Clayton, NC

CWF - The Historical Matches
#1: Kozmo and Fun Lovin' Criminal vs. Patrick O' Hara and J.P. Fairchild; 12/30/00 Battlecade
#50: ECPW champion Joe Storm vs. Rob "The Bull" McBride; 10/13/01 Tribute
#100: Johnny Blaze vs. Ethan Cage; 5/11/02 Spring Showdown
#150: Brass Munkey vs. Brad Rainz in a "Rising Generation League" tournament match; Dojo Show #1 10/19/02
#200: Rob "The Bull" McBride vs. Brad Stutts; CWF/FWA-Carolinas at Greensboro Coliseum 1/25/03
#250: Joey "Spank" Silvia vs. Brass Munkey; Dojo Show #11 5/3/03
#300: "Red Hot" Tim Blaze vs. Kid Justice; 9/13/03 New Beginnings
#350: CWF/FWA-Carolinas tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz vs. the $outh$ide Playas; 12/13/03 Road to Battlecade
#400: CWF Mid-Atlantic TV champion Xsiris vs. GeeStar; 3/20/04
#450: Otto Schwanz vs. "Tremendous" Trent Wylde; 6/26/04
#500: Kid Justice and the Mid-Atlantic tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja vs. "Temendous" Trent Wylde and Twisted Aggression (Mitch Norris and Sean Powers); 10/23/04
#550: Rob "the Bull" McBride vs. "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel; New Year's Knockout 1/8/05
#600: "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel vs. "Boggie Woogie Man" Rob McBride in a street fight; 3/5/05

CWF sanctioned matches that did not take place on a
CWF show

12/16/01; Greensboro, NC (RCW): Gemini Kid and GeeStar defeated Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 12:51 when Gemini pinned Yamaha
8/21/04; Savannah, GA: Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse pinned Mitch Norris
10/17/04; Greensboro, NC (RCW): Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel defeated "Slick" Ric Converse by countout in 16:28
11/27/04; Mt. Airy, NC (SWA): Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel defeated Garry "Madd Trucker" Stevens in 24:03 of a Texas Death, title vs. title, promotion vs. promotion match to win the SWA Heavyweight title and to give complete control of SWA to CWF Mid-Atlantic
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All Time Records
10-0, 1.000: Don Kernodle
9-0, 1.000: Rocky Kernodle
4-0, 1.000: Seymour Snott
2-0, 1.000: Larry Isley, Skulletto/Ben Black, Scotty Sabre, Ricky Landel
1-0, 1.000: Lexie Fyfe, Flash, The Medic, Myles Long, Erotica, Ali Steel, Shawn Alexander, William L. Cross, the Russian #2, Magno, Kid Kazi, John Brooks, David Cole, the Spoiler, Barbarian, Ivan Koloff, L.A. Wild One
6-1, .857: C.W. Anderson
9-2, .818: Cham Pain/Zach Lee
4-1, .800: Brandi Alexander
7-2, .777: Ultra Dragon
3-1, .750: Guillotine LaGrande, Venus
59-24-3, .703: Corey Edsel
12-6, .666: Bounty Hunter
8-4, .666: "Mighty" Orlo Helmer
4-2, .666: Granite
2-1, .666: Amazing Sideshow, Brandi Wine
19-10-1, .650: Sean Powers
4-2-1, .642: Johnny Blaze
21-13, .617: Sexton Tyler
24-15-1, .612: Otto Schwanz
51-33-2, .604: Mikael Yamaha
43-29-2, .594: "Slick" Ric Converse
43-30, .589: J-Money
8-6, .571: Madd Maxx
21-17, .552: L.A. Cash
23-19-1, .546: Kamakazi Kid
7-6, .538: Kirby Mack/Krazy K, "Red Hot" Tim Blaze
29-26-3, .525: Xsiris
22-20, .523: Kid Justice
16-15-1, .515: Garry "Madd Trucker" Stevens
29-28-1, .508: American Steel Ninja
28-28-1, .500: Gemini Kid/Number Man
18-18-1, .500: GeeStar
12-12-1, .500: Mitch Norris
7-7, .500: "Iceman" Joe Storm, Will B. Smooth
2-2, .500: Caprice "Ice" Coleman
1-1, .500: Carolina Stud, Kid Kurageous, Fun Lovin' Criminal, Latin Lover, "Lord" Everett DeVore, Tony Platinum, Damien Storm, the Russian #1, Persephone, Jake Jones, Russell Simpson, Rob Killjoy, "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem/Flaming Youth #2, Scar Stevens
23-24, .489: Brad Attitude
15-16-2, .484: Jesse Ortega
10-11. 476: "Wild" Shane West
29-35-2, .454: Brass Munkey
17-21-1, .448: Amber O' Neal/Amber Holly
4-5, .444: L.A. Stephens
6-8-1, .433: "Special K" Krissy Vaine
3-4, .428: Main Attraction, Pat Cusick
16-22, .421: Brad Rainz
21-30-1, .413: "Boogie Woogie Man" Rob McBride/Rob "the Bull" McBride
10-15, .400: Joey Silvia
2-3, .400: Kozmo
5-8, .384: Jeff Justice
8-13, .380: "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown/"The Stic"
12-24, .333: Hugh B. Johnson
2-4, .333: Super Kozmo, J.T. Sparxx, Jenny Taylor
1-2, .333: "Bad" Brad Hunter, Mark Slain, Ryin Andrews, the Shadow, Matt Stryker
13-28-1, .321: Drake Tungsten
3-7, .300: "Playboy" Tripp
3-8-1, .291: Tank Lawson
4-10, .285: T.J. Mack/Dexter Poindexter, Jay Sinn
2-5, .285: Sho' Nuff
6-15, .272: Alex Adonis
3-8, .272: Quinson Valentino
6-17, .260: Kurt Solo
2-6, .250: Donnie Dollars
1-3, .250: Keenan Quinn
4-13 .235: Stephen O' Hara
1-4, .200: William Wealth III
2-9, .181: Gregory Vercetti
1-5, .166: Ethan Cage, Magic Moon, Alex Stone
1-6, .142: Nemesis
2-13, .133: Malaki/Scotty Matthews
6-40, .130: "Tremendous" Trent Wylde
2-27-1, .083: Kenny James
1-11, .083: Matt Houston
0-5-1, .083: Mitch Conner
0-7-1, .062: "Rock N' Roll" Matty D
0-17-1, .027: Chris Collins
0-1, .000: J.P. Fairchild, Hot Property, Desiree Peterson, Mr. Chance Alberta, Bret Paige, Gotti, Lelani Kai, Shannon Moore, Sebastian Kane, the Stro, "Big Cat" Lincoln Thorne, Larry - the Security Guard, Ozzie Knight, Blaze Knight, Johnny Suicide, Ashley Walker, Alexis LaRee, Kamakazi Duo, Steel, Dave Greco, Billy Reil, Tim Jackson, Jason Blade, Lumbee, the Deacon, David Rush, "The Stic" (Ver.2), Trey G, Matt Magnum, the Blue Angel, Lee Williams, Jason Parker, Jett Christian, Draven Payne, Pat Friday, Matt Dillinger, Jimi Love, Billy Winfield, Jimmy Valiant, Charlie Johnson, Mini Bull, Super Mack, David Flair, Shawn Christian, Scotty Rocker
0-2, .000: Black Hart, "Ravishing" Rico Rage, Tik, Bradley North, Hangtime, Justin Flash, Chris Amos, Michael McAllister, Lee McGuire
0-3, .000: Patrick O' Hara, Canadian Assassin #1, Canadian Assassin #2
0-4, .000: Dewey Cheatum, Scotty Blaze
0-8, .000: Brad Stutts
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INDIVIDUAL BREAKDOWN (min. of 5 matches for detailed breakdown..."t" = tagged with)
ALEX ADONIS
05/15/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 3:47 of the first stage of a Guantlet match
06/05/04: L-t Gary Stevens and Shane West; def. by L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Rob McBride in 9:21
06/26/04: W-t Jake Jones and Guillotine LeGrande; def. L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Dexter Poindexter in 6:51
07/10/04: L-p. by J-Money in 6:52 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: L-def. by Kid Justice in 6:48 of a triangle match (w/ Trent Wylde)
08/10/04: W-t Garry Stevens; def. Rob "the Bull" McBride and "Wild" Shane West in 9:52 - Adonis pinned West
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #11, lasted 3:16, eliminated 1.0 wrestlers
10/20/04: L-t Gregory Vercetti; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 10:56
11/06/04: L-p. by J-Money in 13:40 of a Dog Food match
11/20/04: L-t Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars; def. by Rob McBride, J-Money, and Shane West in 8:41
12/18/04: L-t Jay Sinn; def. by J-Money and Will Smooth in 10:19
01/08/05: W-t Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars; def. Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:54 - Adonis p. Money
01/29/05: W-t Gregory Vercetti; def. J-Money & Will B. Smooth in 8:04
02/05/05: L-t Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars; def. by Gemini Kid, Don, and Rocky Kernodle in 9:54
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 10:42
02/25/05: L-t Mitch Conner and Garry Stevens; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, and Jesse Ortega in 12:04
03/05/05: W-p. Kid Justice in 6:19
03/12/05: L-t Jay Sinn; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 8:54
03/19/05: L-p. by Kid Justice in 9:03
03/26/05: W-t Jay Sinn; def. Matty D and Chris Collins in 8:43
04/02/05: L-t Donnie Dollars; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 13:24 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Adonis
Overall Record: 6-15
Singles Matches: 1-7
Tag Matches: 5-8
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 5

MR. CHANCE ALBERTA
03/03/01: L-t Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match - Rocky p. Alberta

BRANDI ALEXANDER
03/23/02: W-def. Women's champion Amber Holly by countout in 4:24
06/01/02: L-p. by Women's champion Amber Holly in 10:12
08/31/02: W-p. Women's champion Amber Holly in 7:18 of a non-title match
09/28/02: W-p. Amber Holly in 7:44 of a triangle match (w/ GeeStar) - wins Women's title
11/02/02: W-t Sexton Tyler; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 18:01 - Brandi p. Holly
Overall Record: 4-1
Singles Matches: 3-1
Tag Matches: 1-0
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 3

SHAWN ALEXANDER
12/14/02: W-t Brad Hunter; def. Otto Schwanz and J-Money in 28:00 - Alexander p. Money

CHRIS AMOS
01/22/05: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 3:15
01/22/05: L-p. by Tank Lawson in 1:40

C.W. ANDERSON
01/05/02: W-p. Dewey Cheatum in 8:34
02/23/02: W-t Cham Pain; def. Jeff Justice and Steel in 8:52 - Anderson p. Steel
05/11/02: W-t Cham Pain; def. Corey Edsel and Kenny James in 11:00 - Anderson p. James
07/20/02: L-t Cham Pain; def. by tag team champions Main Attraction in 9:06
09/27/03: W-t Otto Schwanz; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 8:24
10/11/03: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:39
10/25/03: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 7:07
Overall Record: 6-1
Singles Matches: 2-0
Tag Matches: 4-1
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 3

RYIN ANDREWS
11/20/04: W-def. Gregory Vercetti by submission in 11:43 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/27/04: L-p. by Jesse Ortega in 7:06 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/18/04: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 2:38

BRAD ATTITUDE
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #3, lasted 5:31
10/19/02: W-p. Trent Wylde in 3:36 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/30/02: L-p. by Kamakazi Kid in 6:40 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/14/02: L-t Brad Rainz and Kenny James; def. by Corey Edsel, Stephen O'Hara, and American Steel Ninja in 21:24
12/28/02: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kamakazi Kid in 9:54
01/11/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Corey Edsel and Brass Munkey in 20:01
01/25/03: L-t Xsiris and GeeStar; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 15:38
02/01/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Kamikazi Kid and J-Money in 15:56
03/08/03: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 18:18
03/22/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 11:00
04/12/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Kamikazi Kid and J-Money in 11:19 - Attitude p. Kamikaze
04/26/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kamikaze Kid in 13:19 of a falls count anywhere match
05/03/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:49
05/17/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 20:28 - Gemini p. Attitude
05/31/03: W-p. Gemini Kid in 10:38
07/19/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 8:40 - Attitude p. Munkey
08/09/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 39:05 of a best two out of three falls match - win tag team titles (F1: Gemini pinned Attitude in 14:53, F2: Attitude pinned Gemini in 10:02, F3: Attitude pinned Yamaha in 14:10)
08/16/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Gemini Kid and Kamikazi Kid in 13:43 - Attitude p. Gemini
09/13/03: L-t Brad Rainz and Ric Converse; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Sexton Tyler in 10:19
09/27/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 13:25
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #1, lasted 6:06, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 9:42 - Attitude p. Cash
11/22/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 10:08 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/22/03: W-t Brad Rainz and Ric Converse; def. Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Gemini Kid in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
12/13/03: W-t Brad Rainz; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 13:58 - Attitude p. Money
12/27/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:57 of a hair vs. titles match - lose tag team titles
01/17/04: W-t Brad Rainz; def. L.A. Cash & J-Money and Brass Munkey & American Steel Ninja in 12:29 of a triangle match - Attitude p. Munkey
01/31/04: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 8:00 in the finals of the Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament - Attitude p. Yamaha, wins tag team titles
02/21/04: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 9:15 - Attitude p. Gemini
03/27/04: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:25 - lose tag team titles
04/03/04: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Otto Schwanz and Rob McBride in 14:32
05/01/04: W-t Krissy Vaine; def. Bounty Hunter and Jenny Taylor in 11:54
05/15/04: L-t Mitch Norris; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 11:10 - Munkey p. Attitude
06/05/04: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 9:14
07/10/04: W-p. Kid Justice in 8:27 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: L-p. by Jesse Ortega in 13:17 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament quarterfinal match
08/07/04: W-t Ric Converse and Trent Wylde; def. GeeStar, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 13:02
08/28/04: L-p. by Matt Stryker in 8:31
09/18/04: W-Indy Rumble: #7, lasted 27:21, eliminated 5.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: L-t Krazy K and J-Money; def. by Magno, Jesse Ortega, and Dexter Poindexter in 12:51 of a lucha rules match - Attitude p. Ortega in 12:23, Magno p. Attitude in 12:51
11/13/04: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Kamikazi Kid and Jesse Ortega in 12:30
11/20/04: L-t Ric Converse and Trent Wylde; def. by Kid Justice, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, and Jesse Ortega in 15:54 of an elimination match - Ortega p. Attitude in 13:46
12/04/04: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 16:42
01/29/05: W-p. Xsiris in 11:22
02/05/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 20:12
02/06/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 6:32
02/25/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 14:00
Overall Record: 23-24
Singles Matches: 7-11
Tag Matches: 16-13
Title Matches: 8-8
Pinfalls Scored: 17
Pinfalls Lost: 14
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 6

BARBARIAN
02/05/05: W-t Rob McBride; def. Corey Edsel and Tim Blaze in 12:26

BEN BLACK (formerly known as SKULLETTO)
03/23/02: W-p. William Wealth III in 5:57
09/28/02: W-t Zach Lee; def. Kamakazi Kid and Kenny James in 8:43 - Black p. James

JASON BLADE
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #16, lasted 3:08

JOHNNY BLAZE
12/29/01: W-t Granite and Bert Tripp; def. Ethan Cage, Kenny James, and L.A. Stephens in 14:42
05/11/02: W-p. Ethan Cage in 11:18
06/01/02: L-t Malaki and Madd Maxx; def. by Otto Schwanz, Ethan Cage, and Kenny James in 14:26
06/29/02: W-t Seymour Snott and Malaki; def. L.A. Stephens, Bert Tripp, and the Canadian Assasssin in 12:45
07/20/02: W-p. Ethan Cage in 10:49
08/17/02: D-battled Kenny James to a 10:00 draw
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #22, lasted 4:28
Overall Record: 4-2-1
Singles Matches: 2-1-1
Tag Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 0
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Total Match Time-1:18:28

SCOTTY BLAZE
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #25, lasted 8:22, eliminated 2 wrestlers
11/02/02: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 10:11
02/19/05: L-def. by TV champion Jesse Ortega via submission in 9:50
03/26/05: L-t Scotty Rocker, Shawn Christian, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, Ultra Dragon, and Xsiris in 13:10

TIM BLAZE
09/13/03: W-p. Kid Justice in 4:15
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #25, lasted 2:41
12/13/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 4:14
02/07/04: L-def. by Kamikazi Kid in 7:02 of a triangle match that also included Kenny James
02/21/04: W-p. Rob McBride in 3:31
03/06/04: W-p. L.A. Cash in 2:41
03/27/04: W-t Brandi Wine; def. Jimmy Valiant and GeeStar in 12:06 - Blaze p. Valiant
04/03/04: L-t Will Smooth; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 7:46
04/17/04: W-p. Dexter Poindexter in 4:44
08/28/04: W-p. Trent Wylde in 2:57
11/13/04: W-t Garry Stevens and Rob Killjoy; def. Rob McBride, J-Money, and Flaming Youth #2 in 12:56
12/18/04: L-p. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 00:27
02/05/05: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Barbarian and Rob McBride in 12:26 - Jimmy Valiant (the referee) p. Blaze
Overall Record: 7-6
Singles Matches: 5-4
Tag Matches: 2-2
Pinfalls Scored: 6
Pinfalls Lost: 3
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 3

BLUE ANGEL
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #7, lasted 00:05

BOUNTY HUNTER
09/28/02: W-t $outh$ide Playas; def. U.N.O.D. and Corey Edsel in 12:04 - Bounty p. Edsel
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #28, lasted 8:58, eliminated 2 wrestlers
11/02/02: W-p. Scotty Blaze in 10:11
12/28/02: W-p. Malaki in 11:06
01/25/03: W-p. Rob McBride in 1:32
05/03/03: W-p. Kurt Solo in 6:28
05/31/03: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 19:06 of a 6-way match (w/ Otto Schwanz, Malaki, Ric Converse, and Kurt Solo)
06/28/03: W-p. Malaki in 8:37 in order to receive a shot at the Heavyweight title later in the show
06/28/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 10:25
08/09/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 5:46
09/13/03: W-p. Kenny James in 4:07
09/27/03: W-Indy Rumble: #29, lasted 8:35, eliminated 2 wrestlers
12/13/03: W-p. Scotty "Freakin'" Matthews in 12:18
01/17/04: W-t Corey Edsel and Rob McBride; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Ric Converse in 16:21 - Bounty p. West
02/21/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 8:32
03/06/04: W-t Otto Schwanz; def. Ric Converse and Brad Rainz in 14:48 - Bounty p. Converse
03/27/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 12:07
05/01/04: L-t Jenny Taylor; def. by Ric Converse and Krissy Vaine in 11:54
Overall Record: 12-6
Singles Matches: 9-5
Tag Matches: 3-1
Title Matches: 0-3
Pinfalls Scored: 11
Pinfalls Lost: 3
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 2
Total Match Time-3:02:55

JOHN BROOKS
12/18/04: W-t David Cole; def. Krazy K and Dexter Poindexter in 8:46 - Brooks p. Krazy K

"NITE STIC" EDDIE BROWN/"THE STIC"
06/23/01: W-t $outh$ide Playas; def. Los Latinos Locos & Bert Tripp in 13:26 - Brown p. Tripp
07/28/01: L-p. by Bert Tripp in 14:02
10/13/01: L-t Bert Tripp; def. by Main Attraction in 10:17
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #9, lasted 4:23
11/17/01: W-p. Bert Tripp in 11:50 of a #1 contenders triangle match (w/ Jeff Justice)
12/23/01: W-p. Madd Maxx in 12:23 - wins Heavyweight title
01/05/02: L-t Otto Schwanz; def. by Madd Maxx and Jeff Justice in 15:47
01/05/02: L-t Gemini Kid and GeeStar; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 19:09
01/26/02: L-p. by Cham Pain in 9:21 of a non-title match
03/23/02: W-p. Kenny James in 7:01
04/26/02: W-p. Corey Edsel in 8:35
06/29/02: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 14:40 - loses Heavyweight title
08/31/02: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 9:52 - Yamaha p. Brown
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #10, lasted 33:53, eliminated 6.5 wrestlers
10/19/02: W-p. Trent Wylde in 0:53
10/19/02: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 6:17
11/02/02: W-p. Rob McBride in 14:03
11/30/02: L-t Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, and Brad Stutts; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and William Cross in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Gemini p. Brown in 21:23
12/28/02: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 12:03
01/11/03: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 6:58
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #10, lasted 3:47, eliminated 1.5 wrestlers
Overall Record: 8-13
Singles Matches: 7-8
Tag Matches: 1-5
Title Matches: 3-2
Pinfalls Scored: 8
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 3
Total Match Time-4:11:03

ETHAN CAGE
12/30/00: L-p. by Madd Maxx in 9:45 of a Hardcore match
04/07/01: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx in 8:19
07/28/01: L-p. by Cham Pain in 8:46
12/29/01: L-t L.A. Stephens and Kenny James; def. by Granite, Johnny Blaze, and Bert Tripp in 14:42
05/11/02: L-p. by Johnny Blaze in 11:18
06/01/02: W-t Otto Scwhanz and Kenny James; def. Madd Maxx, Malaki, and Johnny Blaze in 14:26
07/20/02: L-p. by Johnny Blaze in 10:49
Overall Record: 1-6
Singles Matches: 0-5
Tag Matches: 1-1
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 0
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 5
Total Match Time-1:18:05

CANADIAN ASSSASSIN #1
05/19/01: L-t Canadian Assassin #2; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 13:23 of a street fight
02/23/02: L-t Canadian Assassin #2 and L.A. Stephens; def. by Granite and Amazing Sideshow in 9:20 of a handicap match - Granite p. both Assassins
06/29/02: L-t L.A. Stephens and Bert Tripp; def. by Seymour Snott, Johnny Blaze and Malaki in 12:45 - Snott p. Assassin

CANADIAN ASSSASSIN #2
05/19/01: L-t Canadian Assassin #1; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 13:23 of a street fight - Rocky p. #2
02/23/02: L-t Canadian Assassin #1 and L.A. Stephens; def. by Granite and Amazing Sideshow in 9:20 of a handicap match - Granite p. both Assassins
05/03/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 7:48 of a non-title match

CAROLINA STUD
12/30/00: W-p. Kid Kourageous in 6:28
05/05/01: L-p. by Kid Kourageous in 7:16

L.A. CASH
05/05/01: W-t J-Money; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sho' Nuff in 6:01 - Cash p. Sho' Nuff
05/19/01: L-t J-Money; def. by Los Latinos Locos in 11:34 for the vacant tag team titles - Super Kozmo p. Cash
06/23/01: W-t J-Money & Eddie Brown; def. Los Latinos Locos & Bert Tripp in 13:26
07/28/01: W-t J-Money; def. Los Latinos Locos in 8:33 of a non-title match - Cash p. Kozmo
10/13/01: L-t J-Money; def. by Latin Lover & Everett DeVore in 11:06
11/17/01: W-t J-Money; def. Los Latinos Locos in 7:35 of a "Last Chance" match - Cash p. Super Kozmo, win tag team titles
12/29/01: W-t J-Money; def. Jeff Justice and Otto Schwanz in 18:44
01/26/02: W-t J-Money; def. Rob McBride and "Slick" Ric Converse in 18:11 - Cash p. McBride
02/23/02: W-t J-Money; def. Joe and Damien Storm in 12:50 - Cash p. Damien
04/26/02: W-t J-Money; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 11:36 - Cash p. McBride
05/11/02: W-t J-Money; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 9:12 - wins tag team titles
06/01/02: W-t J-Money; def. Main Attraction and L.A. Stephens and Amazing Sideshow in 13:13 of a triangle match
06/29/02: L-t J-Money; def. by Main Attraction in 15:43 - loses tag team titles
08/17/02: W-t J-Money; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 14:21 - Cash p. Tungsten
08/31/02: L-t J-Money; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 6:31 - Tungsten p. Cash
09/28/02: W-t J-Money and Bounty Hunter; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Corey Edsel in 12:04
11/16/02: W-t J-Money; def. Kenny James and Chris Collins in 8:03 - Cash p. James
12/28/02: W-t J-Money; def. Kenny James and Xsiris in 8:10 - Cash p. James
05/03/03: L-t J-Money; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:49 - Rainz p. Cash
05/17/03: L-t Magic Moon; def. by Rob McBride and Joe Storm in 9:16
07/19/03: L-t J-Money; def. by American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 7:56 - Munkey p. Cash
08/09/03: L-t J-Money; def. by Kurt Solo and Joey "Spank" Silvia in 13:29
08/16/03: W-t J-Money; def. Kurt Solo and Matt Houston in 10:37 - Cash p. Houston
09/13/03: W-t J-Money and Kamikazi Kid; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, and Hugh B. Johnson in 10:02
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #8, lasted 5:49, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: L-t J-Money; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 9:42 - Attitude p. Cash
11/08/03: W-p. Jett Christian in 7:51
11/22/03: W-t J-Money; def. Trent Wylde and Alex Stone in 6:36
12/13/03: L-t J-Money; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:58
12/27/03: L-t J-Money; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 6:21 - Norris p. Cash
01/17/04: L-t J-Money; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:29 of a triangle match that also included Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja
02/07/04: W-t J-Money; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:14 - Cash p. Tungsten
02/21/04: L-t J-Money; def. by Gary Stevens and Shane West in 11:52
03/06/04: L-p. by Tim Blaze in 2:14
04/03/04: W-t J-Money; def. Mitch Norris & Sean Powers and Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 11:07 of a triangle match - Cash p. Johnson
05/01/04: L-t J-Money; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:51
06/05/04: W-t J-Money and Rob McBride; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Alex Adonis in 9:21
06/26/04: L-t J-Money and Dexter Poindexter; def. by Guillotine LeGrande, Alex Adonis, and Jake Jones in 6:51
Overall Record: 21-17
Singles Matches: 1-2
Tag Matches: 20-15
Title Matches: 6-5
Pinfalls Scored: 13
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 4
Total Match Time-6:37:45

CHAM PAIN (known as ZACH LEE in late 2002)
06/23/01: W-p. Shannon Moore in 10:07
07/28/01: W-p. Ethan Cage in 8:46
01/26/02: W-p. Heavyweight champion Eddie Brown in 9:21 of a non-title match
02/23/02: W-t C. W. Anderson; def. by Jeff Justice and Steel in 8:52
05/11/02: W-t C. W. Anderson; def. Corey Edsel and Kenny James in 11:00
06/29/02: W-p. J.T. Sparxx in 7:39
07/20/02: L-t C. W. Anderson; def. by tag team champions Main Attraction in 9:06 - Scott Powers p. Cham Pain
09/28/02: W-t Ben Black; def. Kamakazi Kid and Kenny James in 8:43
03/22/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 8:16
04/12/03: W-p. Joey "Spank" Silvia in 8:31
04/26/03: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 8:45
Overall Record: 9-2
Singles Matches: 6-1
Tag Matches: 3-1
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 6
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 6

DEWEY CHEATUM
01/05/02: L-p. by C.W. Anderson in 8:34
08/17/02: L-p. by heavyweight champion Otto Schwanz in 11:58
11/02/02: L-p. by Pat Cusick in 9:50
12/28/02: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 11:18

JETT CHRISTIAN
11/08/03: L-p. by L.A. Cash in 7:31

SHAWN CHRISTIAN
03/26/05: L-t Scotty Rocker, Scotty Blaze, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, Ultra Dragon, and Xsiris in 13:10

DAVID COLE
12/18/04: W-t John Brooks; def. Krazy K and Dexter Poindexter in 8:46

CAPRICE "ICE" COLEMAN
10/13/01: W-p. Rico Rage in 9:27
10/13/01: W-Indy Rumble: #24, lasted 9:46, eliminated 1 wrestler
12/29/01: L-t Main Attraction, def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 13:21
01/26/02: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 5:48

CHRIS COLLINS
09/07/02: L-t Treny Wylde; def. by Corey Edsel and Kurt Solo in 13:45
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #13, lasted 1:33
11/16/02: L-t Kenny James; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 8:03
12/14/02: L-p. by Xsiris in 6:53
12/28/02: L-t Deacon; def. by the Russians in 3:36 - Russian #2 p. Collins
01/11/03: L-t David Rush; def. by Otto Schwanz and Kid Justice in 14:39 - Schwanz p. Collins
03/22/03: L-p. by Scotty Sabre in 5:12
07/19/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Otto Schwanz and Sean Powers in 7:25
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #15, lasted 4:09
10/02/04: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 12:40 of a four-corners match (w/ Will Smooth and J-Money)
11/06/04: L-def. by Jesse Ortega via submission in 11:42 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/20/04: L-t Amber O'Neal and GeeStar; def. by Venus, Krissy Vaine, and Russell Simpson in 8:41 - Simpson p. Collins
12/18/04: L-p. by the Spoiler in 5:14
01/08/05: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 6:43
01/22/05: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 7:02
02/19/05: D-t Matty D and Brass Munkey; battled Drake Tungsten, Tank Lawson, and Mitch Conner to a no-contest in 3:57
03/26/05: L-t Matty D; def. by Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 8:43 - Sinn p. Collins
04/02/05: L-t Matty D; def. by Xsiris and Ricky Landel in 3:02 of the second stage of a guantlet match - Landel def. Collins by submission
Overall Record: 0-17-1
Singles Matches: 0-9
Tag Matches: 0-8-1
Pinfalls Lost: 12
Longest Losing Streak: 15

MITCH CONNER
02/19/05: D-t Drake Tungsten and Tank Lawson; battled Brass Munkey, Matty D, and Chris Collins to a no-contest in 3:57
02/25/05: L-t Garry Stevens and Alex Adonis; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, and Jesse Ortega in 12:04 - Munkey p. Conner
03/12/05: L-t Kenny James; def. by Rob McBride and Shane West in 9:41
03/19/05: L-p. by the Shadow in 8:32
03/26/05: L-t Tank Lawson; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 11:27 of a non-title match - Money p. Conner
04/02/05: L-t Tank Lawson, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:51 - Money p. Conner
Overall Record: 0-5-1
Singles Matches: 0-1
Tag Matches: 0-4-1
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 5

"SLICK" RIC CONVERSE
01/26/02: L-t Rob McBride; def. by tag team champions the $outh$ide Playas in 18:11
02/23/02: W-t Rob McBride; def. Kamakazi Duo in 11:05 - Converse p. Egg Roll Tu
03/23/02: L-p. by cruiserweight champion Sexton Tyler in 12:22
04/26/02: W-t GeeStar; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 10:54 - Converse p. Yamaha
05/11/02: W-t GeeStar and J.T. Sparxx; def. Mikael Yamaha, Amber Holly, and Gemini Kid in 9:54 - Converse p. Yamaha
06/29/02: L-p. by cruiserweight champion Sexton Tyler in 10:14
07/20/02: W-p. Sexton Tyler in 9:59 - wins Cruiserweight title
08/17/02: L-t GeeStar and Corey Edsel; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 9:41
08/31/02: W-p. Kamakazi Kid in 5:03
09/07/02: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 10:05 of a non-title match
09/28/02: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 10:31
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #1, lasted 14:36, eliminated 2 wrestlers
10/19/02: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 14:32
11/16/02: L-t Kurt Solo; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:08
11/30/02: L-t Kurt Solo, Eddie Brown, and Brad Stutts; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and William Cross in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Yamaha p. Converse in 23:24
12/14/02: W-def. Mikael Yamaha in a 30:00 Ironman match - Converse p. Yamaha in 10:27, Converse p. Yamaha in 16:08, Yamaha p. Converse in 20:50
12/28/02: W-p. Joey Silva in 8:19
01/11/03: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 9:00
01/25/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 10:30
02/01/03: L-t Xsirirs; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 17:43
03/08/03: L-p. by J-Money in 13:40 - loses Cruiserweight title
03/22/03: W-p. Cham Pain in 8:16
04/12/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 9:26 of a non-title match
04/26/03: W-p. Pat Cusick in 4:59
05/03/03: L-t Brad Stutts; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 16:16
05/17/03: W-p. Malaki in 10:46 to become the #1 contender for the CWF/FWA-Carolinas Heavyweight title
05/31/02: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 19:06 of a 6-way match (w/ Bounty Hunter, Malaki, Otto Schwanz, and Kurt Solo)
07/19/03: W-t Persephone; def. Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 9:58 - Converse p. Edsel
08/09/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 14:22 of a no-disqualification match
09/13/03: L-t Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Sexton Tyler in 10:19
09/27/03: W-t Special K; def. Gemini Kid and Jenny Taylor in 11:10 - Converse p. Gemini
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #21, lasted 16:42, eliminated 6 wrestlers
10/11/03: W-p. Rob McBride in 10:08
10/25/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 12:43 of a triangle match (with Kurt Solo and Matt Houston)
11/22/03: L-p. by Gemini Kid in 9:35 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/22/03: W-t Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz; def. Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Gemini Kid in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Converse p. Gemini
12/13/03: W-p. Matt Stryker in 16:08
12/27/03: W-p. Corey Edsel in 14:52 - wins Heavyweight title
01/17/04: L-t Shane West and Gary Stevens; def. by Bounty Hunter, Corey Edsel, and Rob McBride in 16:21
01/31/04: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 7:12 of a triangle match that also included Corey Edsel
02/07/04: W-p. Rob McBride in 11:50
02/21/04: W-p. Bounty Hunter in 8:32
03/06/04: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Bounty Hunter and Otto Schwanz in 14:48 - Bounty p. Converse
03/27/04: W-p. Bounty Hunter in 12:07
04/03/04: W-p. Kid Justice in 7:55 of a non-title match
04/17/04: W-t Shane West and Gary Stevens; def. Corey Edsel, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 11:54 - Converse p. Munkey
05/01/04: W-p. "Tremendous" Trent Wylde in 7:54
05/15/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 4:19 of a non-title match in the third and final stage of a Guantlet match
06/05/04: W-p. Joey Silvia in 9:40
07/10/04: D-battled Corey Edsel to a double-countout in 14:15
07/31/04: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 8:26 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: W-p. J-Money in 10:49 a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament quarterfinal match
08/10/04: W-t Brad Attitude and Trent Wylde; def. GeeStar, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 13:02
08/21/04: W-p. Mitch Norris
08/28/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 7:27 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament Semifinal match
08/28/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in in 8:42 of the Johnny Weaver Cup finals
09/18/04: D-battled Corey Edsel to a 30:00 time limit draw
10/02/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 22:28 of a no countout, no disqualification, no time limit match - loses Heavyweight title
10/17/04: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel by countout in 16:28
10/23/04: W-p. David Flair in 11:13
11/13/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 14:30
11/20/04: L-t Brad Attitude and Trent Wylde; def. by Kid Justice, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, and Jesse Ortega in 15:54 of an elimination match - Orlo p. Converse in 15:54
12/04/04: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Corey Edsel and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 11:17
12/18/04: W-p. Corey Edsel in 14:29 - wins Heavyweight title
01/22/05: W-p. Xsiris in 9:56
01/29/05: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 10:15
02/05/05: W-p. Brad Attitude in 20:12
02/06/05: W-p. Brad Attitude in 6:32
02/19/05: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 13:43
02/25/05: W-p. Brad Attitude in 14:00
03/05/05: W-p. Shane West in 10:06
03/12/05: W-p. Gemini Kid in 17:39
03/19/05: W-p. Shane West in 7:55
03/26/05: W-p. TV champion Jesse Ortega in 15:08 of a title vs. title match
Overall Record: 43-29-2
Singles Matches: 35-17-2
Tag Matches: 8-12
Title Matches: 24-10-2
Pinfalls Scored: 42
Pinfalls Lost: 18
Longest Winning Streak: 11
Longest Losing Streak: 4

WILLIAM L. CROSS
11/30/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, Eddie Brown, and Brad Stutts in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Cross p. Stutts in 25:49

PAT CUSICK
09/28/02: L-p. by heavyweight champion Otto Schwanz in 19:46
11/02/02: W-p. Dewey Cheatum in 9:50
11/16/02: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 11:18
12/28/02: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 9:45
04/26/03: W-t Stephen O' Hara; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 9:57
04/26/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 4:59
05/03/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 14:18
Overall Record: 3-4
Singles Matches: 2-4
Tag Matches: 1-0
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 2

"ROCK N' ROLL" MATTY D
01/08/05: L-p. by Gregory Vercetti in 9:24
01/22/05: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 4:53
01/29/05: L-p. by Cory Edsel in 5:11
02/19/05: D-t Chris Collins and Brass Munkey; battled Drake Tungsten, Tank Lawson, and Mitch Conner to a no-contest in 3:57
02/19/05: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 3:14
02/25/05: L-p. by Cory Edsel in 5:13
03/26/05: L-t Chris Collins; def. by Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 8:43
04/02/05: L-t Chris Collins; def. by Xsiris and Ricky Landel in 3:02 of the second stage of a guantlet match
Overall Record: 0-7-1
Singles Matches: 0-5
Tag Matches: 0-2-1
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 4

THE DEACON
12/28/02: L-t Chris Collins; def. by the Russians in 3:36

"LORD" EVERETT DEVORE
10/13/01: W-t Latin Lover; def. $out$ide Playas in 11:06 - DeVore p. J-Money
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #22, lasted 2:33, eliminated 1 wrestler

MATT DILLINGER
03/06/04: L-p. by Television champion Xsiris in 8:57

DONNIE DOLLARS
11/20/04: L-t Jay Sinn and Alex Adonis; def. by Rob McBride, J-Money, and Shane West in 8:41
12/04/04: L-p. by Shane West in 6:33 of the second stage of a Guantlet match
01/08/05: W-t Jay Sinn and Alex Adonis; def. Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:54
01/22/05: W-t Jay Sinn; def. J-Money & Will B. Smooth and tag team champions American Steel Ninja & Brass Munkey in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match - Dollars p. Smooth
01/29/05: L-t Jay Sinn; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Ultra Dragon in 7:43
02/05/05: L-t Jay Sinn and Alex Adonis; def. by Gemini Kid, Don, and Rocky Kernodle in 9:54 - Don def. Dollars
02/19/05: L-t Jay Sinn; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 14:16 for the #1 contendership to the tag team titles
04/02/05: L-t Alex Adonis; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 13:24 of a no-disqualification match
Overall Record: 2-6
Singles Matches: 0-1
Tag Matches: 2-5
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 4

"DANGEROUS E"COREY EDSEL
08/18/01: L-t Sebastian Kane; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 15:37 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Edsel
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #19, lasted 0:58
11/17/01: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Granite and Joe Storm in 14:48 - Granite p. Edsel
01/26/02: L-t Kenny James; def. by Granite and Bert Tripp in 12:34
04/26/02: W-def. Madd Maxx, Otto Schwanz, Malaki, Bert Tripp, and Kurt Solo in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender - Edsel p. Malaki
04/26/02: L-p. by heavyweight champion Eddie Brown in 8:35
05/11/02: L-t Kenny James; def. by C. W. Anderson and Cham Pain in 11:00
06/01/02: W-p. Gemini Kid in 11:09
06/29/02: W-t GeeStar; def. Gemini Kid and Amber Holly in 12:45 - Edsel p. Gemini
07/20/02: L-t Otto Schwanz; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Madd Maxx in 9:07 - Yamaha p. Edsel
08/17/02: L-t GeeStar and "Slick" Ric Converse; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 9:41 - Tyler p. Edsel
08/31/02: L-t Eddie Brown; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 9:52
09/07/02: W-t Kurt Solo; def. Trent Wylde and Chris Collins in 13:45 - Edsel p. Wylde
09/07/02: L-t the Russian; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 13:14 of a flag match
09/28/02: L-t U.N.O.D.; def. by Bounty Hunter and $outh$ide Playas in 12:04 - Bounty p. Edsel
09/28/02: W-Indy Rumble: #17, lasted 25:25, eliminated 2 wrestlers
10/19/02: W-p. Ric Converse in 14:23
11/02/02: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 13:09 - wins Heavyweight title
11/16/02: W-p. Matt Houston in 12:32
11/30/02: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 15:16
12/14/02: W-t American Steel Ninja and Stephen O' Hara; def. Kenny James, Brad Attitude, and Brad Rainz in 21:24 - Edsel p. James
12/28/02: W-p. Eddie Brown in 12:03
01/11/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 20:01
01/25/03: W-p. Kamakazi Kid in 7:30
02/01/03: W-def. Kurt Solo by submission in 14:22
02/15/03: W-p. Kurt Solo by submission in 11:38 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
02/15/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. Kurt Solo, Drake Tungsten, and Hugh B. Johnson in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
03/08/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 3:32
03/22/03: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 17:19
04/12/03: W-p. Ric Converse in 9:26 of a non-title match
04/26/03: W-p. Joe Storm in 8:18
05/03/03: W-t GeeStar; def. Ric Converse and Brad Stutts in 16:16
05/31/03: W-def. Otto Schwanz, "Slick" Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, Bounty Hunter, and Malaki in 19:06 of a 6-way match - Edsel p. Malaki
06/28/03: W-p. Justin Flash in 1:22 of a non-title match
06/28/03: W-p. Bounty Hunter in 10:25
07/19/03: L-t GeeStar; def. by Ric Converse and Persephone in 9:58 - Converse p. Edsel
08/09/03: W-p. "Slick" Ric Converse in 14:22 of a no-disqualification match
08/16/03: W-p. Drake Tungsten in 6:08 of a non-title match
09/27/03: W-p. Hugh B. Johnson in 9:31
10/11/03: W-t C.W. Anderson; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:39 - Edsel p. Tungsten
10/25/03: L-t American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey; def. by Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Xsiris in 17:03
11/08/03: W-p. Kenny James in 6:47 of a non-title match
11/22/03: W-t GeeStar, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts in 28:23 of an elimination match
12/13/03: W-p. by Tim Blaze in 4:14
12/27/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 14:52 - loses Heavyweight title
01/17/04: W-t Bounty Hunter and Rob McBride; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Ric Converse in 16:21
01/31/04: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 7:12 of a triangle magtch that also included Quinson Valentino
02/07/04: W-p. 1/2 of the CWF Mid-Atlantic tag team champions Brad Rainz in 1:40
03/27/04: D-battled TV champion Xsiris to a 10:00 time limit draw
04/03/04: W-t GeeStar; def. Tim Blaze and Will Smooth in 7:46
04/17/04: L-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. by Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Ric Converse in 11:54
05/01/04: W-def. Gary "Madd Trucker" Stevens by submission in 4:10
05/15/04: W-p. Alex Adonis in 3:47 of the first stage of a Guantlet match
05/15/04: W-def. "Wild" Shane West by submission in 3:14 of the second stage of a Guantlet match
05/15/04: W-p. CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 4:19 of a non-title match in the third and final stage of a Guantlet match (11:20 total)
06/05/04: W-def. Trent Wylde by submission in 5:43
06/26/04: W-def. Drake Tungsten by submission in 2:43
07/10/04: D-battled Heavyweight champion Ric Converse to a double-countout in 14:15
07/31/04: W-p. Garry "Madd Trucker" Stevens in 9:56 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
08/07/04: W-def. Xsiris by submission in 14:15 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament quarterfinal match
08/28/04: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 6:59 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament Semifinal match
08/28/04: W-p. Ric Converse in 8:42 to win the Johnny Weaver Cup tournament
09/18/04: D-battled Heavyweight champion Ric Converse to a 30:00 time limit draw
10/02/04: W-p. Ric Converse in 22:28 of a no countout, no disqualification, no time limit match - wins Heavyweight title
10/17/04: W-def. Ric Converse by countout in 16:28
10/23/04: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 8:21 of a non-title match
11/06/04: W-p. Sean Powers in 16:54
11/13/04: W-p. Ric Converse in 14:30
11/20/04: W-def. Hugh B. Johnson via submission in 10:55 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/20/04: L-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. by Garry Stevens, Hugh B. Johnson, and Sean Powers in 10:01in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/27/04: W-def. Garry Stevens in 24:03 of a Texas Death, title vs. title, promotion vs. promotion match
12/04/04: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. Ric Converse and Trent Wylde in 11:17
12/18/04: L-p. by Ric Converse in 14:29 - loses Heavyweight title
01/08/05: L-p. by Rob McBride in 11:10
01/22/05: W-p. Matty D in 4:53
01/29/05: W-p. Matty D in 5:11
02/05/05: L-t Tim Blaze; def. by Barbarian and Rob McBride in 12:26
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 12:06
02/06/05: W-p. Rob McBride in 6:56
02/25/05: W-p. Matty D in 5:13
03/05/05: W- def. Rob McBride in 17:10 of a street fight
03/12/05: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by tag team champion Sean Powers in 8:03 of a handicap match
03/19/05: W-p. Brass Munkey in 8:08
03/26/05: W-p. Kid Justice in 4:49
04/02/05: W-t Garry Stevens; def. Rob McBirde and Shane West in 14:07 of a Texas Tornado match - Edsel p. West
Overall Record: 59-24-3
Singles Matches: 47-8-3
Tag Matches: 12-16
Title Matches: 15-5-3
Pinfalls Scored: 48
Pinfalls Lost: 11
Longest Winning Streak: 13
Longest Losing Streak: 4

EROTICA
04/07/01: W-t Myles Long; defeated Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 14:07 - Erotica p. Yamaha

J.P. FAIRCHILD
12/30/00: L-t Patrick O' Hara; def. by Kozmo & Fun Lovin' Criminal in 8:37

DAVID FLAIR
10/23/04: L-p. by Ric Converse in 11:13

FLASH
03/03/01: W-p. Patrick O' Hara in 4:53

JUSTIN FLASH
06/28/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 1:22 of a non-title match
07/19/03: L-t Kid Justice; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 00:43 - Tungsten p. Flash

PAT FRIDAY
01/31/04: L-t Joey Silvia; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 4:33 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament semifinal match

FUN LOVIN' CRIMINAL
12/30/00: W-t Kozmo; def. Patrick O' Hara & J.P. Fairchild in 8:37
05/05/01: L-p. by Jeff Justice in 2:16 (Lord of the Ring finals)

LEXIE FYFE
12/30/00: W-p. Amber Holly in 6:27

TREY G
02/01/03: L-p. by Rob McBride in 7:33

GEESTAR
08/18/01: L-t Gemini Kid & Jeff Justice; def. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 18:37 of an elimination match - Gee p. Holly in 12:50, Yamaha p. Gee in 14:19
10/13/01: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Sexton Tyler and Amber Holly in 11:00
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #3, lasted 2:14, eliminated 2 wrestlers
12/16/01: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 12:51
01/05/02: L-t Gemini Kid and Eddie Brown; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 19:09
01/26/02: W-p. Women's champion Amber Holly in 5:21 of a non-title match
02/23/02: L-p. by Women's champion Amber Holly in 6:21
04/26/02: W-t "Slick" Ric Converse; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 10:54
05/11/02: W-t "Slick" Ric Converse and J.T. Sparxx; def. Mikael Yamaha, Amber Holly, and Gemini Kid in 9:54
06/29/02: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Gemini Kid and Amber Holly in 12:45
08/17/02: L-t "Slick" Ric Converse and Corey Edsel; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 9:41
09/07/02: W-p. Amber Holly in 7:13 of a non-title match
09/28/02: L-def. by Brandi Alexander in 7:44 of a triangle match (w/ Amber Holly)
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #12, lasted 4:15, eliminated 1 wrestler
11/16/02: W- def. Amber Holly in 12:01 of a "Throw in the Towel" match
01/25/03: L-t Brad Attitude and Xsiris; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 15:38
04/26/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 17:08
05/05/03: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Ric Converse and Brad Stutts in 16:16 - Gee def. Stutts by submission
06/28/03: W-p. Persephone in 5:53
07/19/03: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Ric Converse and Persephone in 9:58
08/09/03: W-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Matt Houston in 12:34
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #18, lasted 1:37, eliminated 3 wrestlers
11/22/03: W-t Corey Edsel, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts in 28:23 of an elimination match - Gee p. Solo in 23:55 and Tungsten in 28:23
01/17/04: W-p. Drake Tungsten in 7:08 of a "10 lashes to the loser" match
03/06/04: D-battled Television champion Xsiris to a 10:00 time limit draw
03/27/04: L-t Jimmy Valiant; def. by Tim Blaze and Brandi Wine in 12:06
04/03/03: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Tim Blaze and Will Smooth in 7:46 - Gee p. Smooth
04/17/04: W-p. Xsiris in 9:04 - wins TV title
05/01/04: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 6:43
05/15/04: W-p. Trent Wylde in 6:19
06/05/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 6:08
06/26/04: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 8:48 - loses TV title
08/07/04: L-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. by Ric Converse, Brad Attitude, and Trent Wylde in 13:02
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #2, lasted 3:27
10/23/04: L-t Amber O'Neal; def. by Venus and Krissy Vaine in 8:31 - Venus p. GeeStar
11/13/04: W-t Amber O'Neal; def. Venus and Krissy Vaine in 7:37 - GeeStar p. Venus
11/20/04: L-t Amber O'Neal and Chris Collins; def. by Venus, Krissy Vaine, and Russell Simpson in 8:41
Overall Record: 18-18-1
Singles Matches: 9-7-1
Tag Matches: 9-11
Title Matches: 4-4-1
Pinfalls Scored: 14
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 4

GEMINI KID (also competed as NUMBER MAN)
12/30/00: W-def. Mikael Yamaha and Hot Property in 13:06 of a triangle match - Gemini p. Yamaha
01/27/01: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 10:50 of a Career vs. Title match - loses Cruiserweight title
03/03/01: L-def. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 9:51 of a ladder match
03/03/01: L-t Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match - Rocky p. Gemini in 5:50
04/07/01:W-p. Super Kozmo in 9:31
06/23/01: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 8:59 of a hair vs. hair match
07/28/01: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 9:45
08/18/01: L-t Jeff Justice & GeeStar; def. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 18:37 of an elimination match - Gemini def. Tyler in 5:33, Yamaha p. Gemini in 14:33
10/13/01: L-t GeeStar; def. by Sexton Tyler and Amber Holly in 11:00 - Holly p. Gemini
12/16/01: W-t GeeStar; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 12:51 - Gemini p. Yamaha
01/05/02: L-t GeeStar and Eddie Brown; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 19:09 - Yamaha p. Gemini
02/23/02: L-def. by Sexton Tyler in 7:05 of a triangle elimination match (w/ cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha) - Gemini p. Yamaha in 5:32, p. by Tyler in 7:05
03/23/02: L-def. by Mikael Yamaha in 18:07 of a Texas Death match
05/11/02: L-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly; def. by "Slick" Ric Converse, GeeStar, and J.T. Sparxx in 9:54
06/01/02: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 11:09
06/29/02: L-t Amber Holly; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 12:45 - Edsel p. Gemini
09/07/02: W-p. Sexton Tyler in 8:04
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #30, lasted 9:13, eliminated 2 wrestlers
11/16/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Ric Converse and Kurt Solo in 16:08
11/30/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and William Cross; def. Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, Eddie Brown, and Brad Stutts in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Gemini p. Solo in 13:52, Gemini p. Brown in 21:23
12/28/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 14:34 - Gemini p. Johnson, wins vacant tag team titles
01/11/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Drake Tungsten and Sexton Tyler in 21:00
01/25/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly; def. GeeStar, Brad Attitude, and Xsiris in 15:38
02/01/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Xsiris and Ric Converse in 17:43 - Gemini p. Xsiris
02/15/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 15:23 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Johnson def. Gemini by submission
02/15/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Corey Edsel; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Kurt Solo in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Gemini p. Tungsten
03/22/03: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 17:19 - Tungsten p. Gemini
04/12/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:37
04/26/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly; def. GeeStar, Drake Tungsten, and Hugh B. Johnson in 17:08
05/03/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Trent Wylde and Canadian Assassin #2 in 7:48 of a non-title match - Gemini p. Wylde
05/17/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 20:28 - Gemini p. Attitude
05/31/03: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 10:38
06/28/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 15:47
07/19/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Joey "Spank" Silvia and Kurt Solo in 9:54 - Gemini p. Silvia
08/09/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 39:05 of a best two out of three falls match - lose tag team titles (Fall 1: Gemini pinned Attitude in 14:53, Fall 2: Attitude pinned Gemini in 10:02)
08/16/03: L-t Kamikazi Kid; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:43 - Attitude p. Gemini
09/13/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler; def. Brad Attitude, Brad Rainz, and Ric Converse in 10:19
09/27/03: L-t Jenny Taylor; def. by Ric Converse and Special K in 11:10 - Converse p. Gemini
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #31, lasted 2:34
10/25/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Brad Rainz & Ric Converse and Kurt Solo & Matt Houston in 12:43 of a triangle match - Gemini p. Houston
11/22/03: W-p. Ric Converse in 9:35 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/22/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler; def. by Brad Attitude, Brad Rainz, and Ric Converse in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Converse p. Gemini
12/27/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 16:57 of a hair vs. titles match - win tag team titles
01/17/04: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Alex Stone and Draven Payne in 16:41 of a non-title match - Gemini p. Stone
01/31/04: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 4:31 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament first round match
01/31/04: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Pat Friday and Joey Silvia in 4:33 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament semifinal match - Gemini p. Silvia
01/31/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 8:00 in the finals of the Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament - lose tag team titles
02/07/04: L-p. by Television champion Xsiris in 10:12
02/21/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 9:15 - Attitude p. Gemini
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble (as Number Man): #27, lasted 4:32, eliminated 1.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: W-(as Number Man) t Kamikazi Kid; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 16:43
11/20/04: W-(as Number Man) t Kamikazi Kid and Kid Kazi; def. Brad Stutts, Xsiris, and Mikael Yamaha in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination - Stutts p. Number Man in 7:12, Yamaha p. Number Man in 10:16, Number Man p. Xsiris in 15:47
12/18/04: D-battled Kamikazi Kid, Xsiris, and Mid-Atlantic TV champion Mikael Yamaha to a 10:00 time limit draw in a "Fatal 4 Way" match
02/05/05: W-t Don and Rocky Kernodle; def. Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, & Donnie Dollars in 9:54
03/12/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 17:39
03/26/05: L-p. by Jay Sinn in 7:57
04/02/05: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 15:35 of a "Brass Knuckles on a Pole" match
Overall Record: 28-28-1
Singles Matches: 5-14-1
Tag Matches: 23-14
Title Matches: 11-11-1
Pinfalls Scored: 21
Pinfalls Lost: 23
Longest Winning Streak: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 6

GOTTI
05/05/01: L-p. by Larry Isley in 7:13

GRANITE
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #12, lasted 8:36, eliminated 2 wrestlers
11/17/01: W-t Joe Storm; def. Corey Edsel and Rob McBride in 14:48 - Granite p. Edsel
12/29/01: W-t Johnny Blaze and Bert Tripp; def. Ethan Cage, Kenny James, and L.A. Stephens in 14:42 - Granite p. James
01/26/02: W-t Bert Tripp; def. Corey Edsel and Kenny James in 12:34 - Granite p. James
02/23/02: W-t Amazing Sideshow; def. L.A. Stephens and Canadian Assassins in 9:20 of a handicap match - Granite p. both Assassins
03/23/02: L-def. by Amazing Sideshow and L.A. Stephens in 9:02 of a handicap match - Stephens p. Granite
Overall Record: 4-2
Singles Matches: 0-2
Tag Matches: 4-0
Pinfalls Scored: 4
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Total Match Time-1:09:02

DAVE GRECO
06/01/02: L-p. by Seymour Snott in 6:27

HANGTIME
11/30/02: L-t J-Money; def. by Kenny James and Xsiris in 10:43
02/15/03: L-p. by Magic Moon in 7:32

BLACK HART
12/30/00: L-p. by Don Kernodle in 12:07
03/03/01: L-t Mr. Chance Alberta, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match

"MIGHTY" ORLO HELMER
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #13, lasted 1:57, eliminated 3.0 wrestlers
10/02/04: W-t Kid Justice; def. Alex Adonis and Gregory Vercetti in 10:56 - Orlo p. Vercetti
10/23/04: W-p. Super Mack in 3:04
11/06/04: W-t Kid Justice; def. Will Smooth and Tank Lawson in 12:52 - Orlo p. Lawson
11/13/04: L-t Kid Justice; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 11:01 - Xsiris p. Orlo
11/20/04: W-t Kid Justice and Jesse Ortega; def. Ric Converse, Trent Wylde, and Brad Attitude in 15:54 of an elimination match - Orlo p. Converse in 15:54
12/04/04: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Ric Converse and Trent Wylde in 11:17 - Orlo p. Wylde
12/18/04: W-p. Tim Blaze in 00:27
01/08/05: W-t Kid Justice; def. Tank Lawson and Matt Houston in 9:04 - Orlo p. Lawson
01/29/05: W-t Kid Juistice; def. Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 7:43 - Orlo p. Sinn
02/05/05: L-t Rob Killjoy, Ultra Dragon, & Kid Justice; def. by L.A. Wild One, Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem in 7:45
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 8:37
02/25/05: W-t Kid Justice; def. Gregory Vercetti and Jay Sinn in 9:26 - Orlo p. Sinn
Overall Record: 8-4
Singles Matches: 2-2
Tag Matches: 6-2
Pinfalls Scored: 9
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 5

MATT HOUSTON
11/16/02: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 12:32 of a non-title match
08/09/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson; def. by American Steel Ninja, Brass Munkey, and GeeStar in 12:34 - Munkey p. Houston
08/16/03: L-t Kurt Solo; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 10:37 - Cash p. Houston
09/13/03: L-t Kurt Solo and Hugh B. Johnson; def. by L.A. Cash, J-Money, and the Kamikazi Kid in 10:02
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #14, lasted 7:05
10/11/03: W-t Kurt Solo; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 16:04 to become the #1 contenders for the CWF/FWA-Carolinas tag team titles
10/25/03: L-t Kurt Solo; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 12:43 of a triangle match - Gemini p. Houston
11/22/03: L-t Kurt Solo, Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, GeeStar, and Corey Edsel in an elimination match - Ninja p. Houston in 22:51
11/04/04: L-p. by Joey Silvia in 6:49
12/18/04: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 5:22 of a non-title match
01/08/05: L-t Tank Lawson; def. by Kid Justice and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 9:04
01/22/05: L-p. by Shane West in 2:24
Overall Record: 1-11
Singles Matches: 0-4
Tag Matches: 1-7
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 6

"BAD" BRAD HUNTER
10/13/01: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 13:39
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #17, lasted 9:06
12/14/02: W-t Shawn Alexander; def. Otto Schwanz and J-Money in 28:00

HOT PROPERTY
12/30/00: L-def. by Cruiserweight champion Gemini Kid in 13:06 of a triangle match (w/ Mikael Yamaha)

LARRY ISLEY
05/05/01: W-p. Gotti in 7:13
12/29/01: W-p. Rob McBride in 9:25

'TOO TOUGH" TIM JACKSON
08/17/01: L-def. by L.A. Stephens by submission in 9:48

KENNY JAMES
08/18/01: L-p. by Super Kozmo in 12:24
12/29/01: L-t Ethan Cage and L.A. Stephens; def. by Granite, Johnny Blaze, and Bert Tripp in 14:42 - Granite p. James
01/26/02: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Granite and Bert Tripp in 12:34 - Granite p. James
03/23/02: L-p. by heavyweight champion Eddie Brown in 7:01
04/26/02: L-def. by L.A. Stephens by submission in 8:43
05/11/02: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by C. W. Anderson and Cham Pain in 11:00 - Anderson p. James
06/01/02: W-t Otto Schwanz and Ethan Cage; def. Madd Maxx, Malaki, and Johnny Blaze in 14:26
08/17/02: D-battled Johnny Blaze to a 10:00 draw
08/31/02: L-p. by Malaki in 9:46
09/28/02: L-t Kamakazi Kid; def. by California Swat Team in 8:43 - Ben Black p. James
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #5, lasted 4:51
11/16/02: L-t Chris Collins; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 8:03 - L.A. Cash p. James
11/30/02: W-t Xsiris; def. J-Money and Hangtime in 10:43 - James p. Money
12/14/02: L-t Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude; def. by Corey Edsel, Stephen O'Hara, and American Steel Ninja in 21:24 - Edsel p. James
12/28/02: L-t Xsiris; def. by by $outh$ide Playas in 8:10 - L.A. Cash p. James
04/12/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by American Steel Ninja and Sho' Nuff in 5:56
04/26/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Pat Cusick and Stephen O' Hara in 9:57
05/17/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 9:20
05/31/03: L-t Trent Wylde and Magic Moon; def. by Stephen O' Hara, Mark Slain, and Kid Justice in 6:47
06/28/03: L-t Trent Wylde and Mark Slain; def. by Sho' Nuff, Kid Justice, and Joe Storm in 7:21
08/16/03: L-p. by Rising generation League champion Xsiris in 7:12
09/13/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 4:07
09/27/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Otto Schwanz and C.W. Anderson in 8:24 - Schwanz p. James
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #28, lasted 1:30
10/25/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 7:09
11/08/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Coey Edsel in 6:47 of a non-title match
11/22/03: L-p. by Krazy K in 5:45 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
01/17/04: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Kid Justice and Joey Silvia in 11:26
02/07/04: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 7:02 of a triangle match that also included Tim Blaze
03/12/05: L-t Mitch Conner; def. by Rob McBride and Shane West in 9:41 - West p. James
Overall Record: 2-27-1
Singles Matches: 0-11-1
Tag Matches: 2-16
Title Matches: 0-2
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 18
Longest Losing Streak: 17

CHARLIE JOHNSON
06/05/04: L-p. by GLCW Heavyweight champion Quinson Valentino in 8:47

HUGH B. JOHNSON
08/17/02: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 14:21
08/31/02: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 6:31
09/28/02: L-t Drake Tungsten and Corey Edsel; def. by Bounty Hunter, L.A. Cash, and J-Money in 12:04
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #27, lasted 3:52
11/02/02: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Brass Munkey & J-Money in 11:43 - Johnson p. Money
12/28/02: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 14:34 - Gemini p. Johnson
02/01/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Joey Silva and Matt Magnum in 9:46
02/15/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 15:23 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Johnson def. Gemini by submission
02/15/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and Kurt Solo; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Corey Edsel in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
03/08/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 9:51
03/22/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Gemini Kid and Corey Edsel in 17:19
04/12/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by tag team champions Gemini Kid and Mikael Yamaha in 9:37 - Yamaha p. Johnson
04/26/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and GeeStar; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 17:08
05/17/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Stephen O' Hara and Mark Slain in 11:19 - Johnson p. O' Hara
05/31/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:35 - Munkey p. Johnson
06/28/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 15:47
07/19/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Kid Justice and Justin Flash in 00:43
07/19/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 9:13
07/19/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 1:56
08/09/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and Matt Houston; def. by American Steel Ninja, Brass Munkey, and GeeStar in 12:34
09/13/03: L-t Kurt Solo and Matt Houston; def. by Kamikazi Kid and the $outh$ide Playas in 10:02
09/27/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 9:31
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #16, lasted 4:55, eliminated 0.5 wrestlers
10/11/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Corey Edsel and C.W. Anderson in 12:39
10/25/03: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. American Steel Ninja, Brass Munkey, and Corey Edsel in 17:03
11/08/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:28 of a "Loser Leaves for 60 Days" match - Ninja p. Johnson
01/31/04: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 4:31 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament first round match
02/07/04: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 9:14
03/06/04: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Trent Wylde and Kid Justice in 7:55
03/20/04: L-p. by Trent Wylde in 8:06
04/03/04: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:07 of a triangle match that also included Sean Powers and Mitch Norris - Cash p. Johnson
04/17/04: L-p. by Rob McBride in 8:48
11/20/04: L-def. by Corey Edsel via submission in 10:55 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/20/04: W-t Garry Stevens and Sean Powers; def. Corey Edsel, American Steel Ninja, and Brass Munkey in 10:01 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
12/04/04: W-t Drake Tungsten; def. tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:49 of a non-title match
03/26/05: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by Brass Munkey and Rob McBride in 10:02
Overall Record: 12-24
Singles Matches: 0-6
Tag Matches: 12-18
Title Matches: 0-5
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 9
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 8

JAKE JONES
04/03/04: L-t Gary Stevens; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 10:30 - Munkey p. Jones
06/26/04: W-t Guillotine LeGrande and Alex Adonis; def. L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Dexter Poindexter in 6:51

JEFF JUSTICE
03/03/01: L-p. by Madd Maxx in 6:28 - loses Heavyweight title
03/03/01: L-t Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match
04/07/01: W-p. Sho' Nuff in 5:08
05/05/01: W-p. Sho' Nuff in 4:19 (Lord of the Ring tournament match)
05/05/01: W-p. Fun Lovin' Criminal in 2:16 (Lord of the Ring finals)
05/19/01: W-p. Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx in 7:42 of a non-title match
06/23/01: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx in 10:00
07/28/01: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx and ECPW champion Joe Storm in 9:37
08/18/01: L-t Gemini Kid & GeeStar; def. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 18:37 of an elimination match - Yamaha p. Justice in 18:37
11/17/01: L-def. by Eddie Brown in 11:50 of a #1 contenders triangle match (w/ Bert Tripp)
12/29/01: L-t Otto Schwanz; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 18:44 - Money p. Justice
01/05/02: W-t Madd Maxx; def. Eddie Brown and Otto Schwanz in 15:47
02/23/02: L-t Steel; def. by C.W. Anderson and Cham Pain in 8:52
Overall Record: 5-8
Singles Matches: 4-3
Tag Matches: 1-5
Title Matches: 0-5
Pinfalls Scored: 4
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 5
Total Match Time-2:07:48

KID JUSTICE
01/11/03: W-t Otto Schwanz; def. Chris Collins and David Rush in 14:39
03/08/03: L-p. by Scotty Sabre in 6:58
05/31/03: W-t Stephen O' Hara and Mark Slain; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Magic Moon in 6:47
06/28/03: W-t Sho' Nuff and Joe Storm; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Mark Slain in 7:21
07/19/03: L-t Justin Flash; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 00:43 - Tungsten p. Justice
09/13/03: L-p. by Tim Blaze in 4:15
09/27/03: L-p. by Quinson Valentino in 6:46
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #9, lasted 3:26
10/11/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Xsiris in 6:53
11/08/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 6:43 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
12/13/03: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 10:28 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
01/17/04: W-t Joey Silvia; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 11:26
02/07/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 11:33
03/06/04: W-t Trent Wylde; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 7:55
03/20/04: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 7:00
03/27/04: W-p. Kamikazi Kid in 8:27
04/03/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 7:55 of a non-title match
05/01/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 9:04 - Yamaha p. Justice
06/05/04: W-t Kamakazi Kid; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 16:44
06/26/04: W-p. Xsiris in 8:16
07/10/04: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 8:27 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: W-p. Trent Wylde in 6:48 of a triangle match (w/ Alex Adonis)
08/07/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 10:46 - Norris p. Justice
08/28/04: W-t J-Money, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja; def. Xsiris, Mikael Yamaha, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers in 8:27 - Justice p. Yamaha
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #24, lasted 3:43
10/02/04: W-t Orlo Helmer; def. Alex Adonis and Gregory Vercetti in 10:56
10/23/04: W-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. Trent Wylde, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers in 9:09 - Justice p. Wylde
11/06/04: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. Will Smooth and Tank Lawson in 12:52
11/13/04: L-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 11:01
11/20/04: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Jesse Ortega; def. Ric Converse, Trent Wylde, and Brad Attitude in 15:54 of an elimination match
12/04/04: W-p. Rising Generation League champion Krazy K in 11:29 of a "Rising Generation League" semifinal tournament match
12/18/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 10:47 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals - wins vacant RGL title
01/08/05: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. Tank Lawson and Matt Houston in 9:04
02/05/05: L-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, Rob Killjoy, & Ultra Dragon; def. by L.A. Wild One, Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem in 7:45
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 9:02
02/19/05: W-p. Gregory Vercetti in 9:33
02/25/05: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer,; def. Gregory Vercetti and Jay Sinn in 9:26
03/05/05: L-p. by Alex Adonis in 6:19
03/12/05: L-p. by Xsiris in 7:13
03/19/05: W-p. Alex Adonis in 9:03
03/26/05: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 4:49
04/02/05: W-t Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth; def. Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti in 12:51
Overall Record: 22-20
Singles Matches: 8-14
Tag Matches: 14-6
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 10
Pinfalls Lost: 14
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 5

LELANI KAI
06/23/01: L-p. by Amber Holly in 7:26 (FWA Women's World title tournament semifinal match)

KAMAKAZI DUO (HUNG SO LO & EGG ROLL TU)
02/23/02: L-def. by "Slick" Ric Converse and Rob McBride in 11:05 - Converse p. Egg Roll Tu

KAMAKAZI KID
08/31/02: L-p. by cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 5:03
09/28/02: L-t Kenny James; def. by California Swat Team in 8:43
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #4, lasted 2:46
10/19/02: W-p. Xsiris in 7:21 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/16/02: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Brad Rainz and Xsiris in 10:17
11/30/02: W-p. Brad Attitude in 6:40 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/14/02: W-p. Brass Munkey in 12:40 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals - wins RGL title
12/28/02: W-p. Brad Attitude in 9:54
01/11/03: W-p. Xsiris in 9:40
01/25/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 7:30 of a non-title match
02/01/03: W-t J-Money; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 15:56
02/15/03: W-p. Xsiris in 9:16 of a mask vs. mask match
03/22/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 3:16
04/12/03: L-t J-Money; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:19 - Attitude p. Kamikaze
04/26/03: W-p. Brad Attitude in 13:19 of a falls count anywhere match
05/17/03: L-p. by Joey "Spank" Silvia in 13:14
05/31/03: L-p. by Nemesis in 10:14
07/19/03: L-p. by Xsiris in 17:26 of a no-disqualification match - loses Rising Generation League title
08/09/03: W-t Jenny Taylor; def. Xsiris and Special K in 19:21
08/16/03: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:43
09/13/03: W-t J-Money and L.A. Cash; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, and Hugh B. Johnson in 10:02
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #3, lasted 4:43
10/25/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 11:50
11/08/03: W-p. Mitch Norris in 9:32
11/22/03: W-p. CWF/FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight and Rising Generation League champion Xsiris in 13:44 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
12/13/03: W-p. Kid Justice in 10:28 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/27/03: L-p. by Krazy K in 14:14 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals
01/17/04: L-t Krazy K; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 13:15
01/31/04: L-p. by Television champion Xsiris in 10:31
02/07/04: W-p. Kenny James in 7:02 of a triangle match that also included Tim Blaze
02/21/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 13:36 - Powers p. Kamikazi Kid
03/06/04: L-t J-Money; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 11:26
03/20/04: W-p. Kid Justice in 7:00
03/27/04: L-p. by Kid Justice in 8:27
04/03/04: W-p. Nemesis in 10:01
05/15/04: W-t Krazy K; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 12:54 - Kamakazi p. Yamaha
06/05/04: W-t Kid Justice; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 16:44 - Kamakazi p. Xsiris
10/02/04: W-def. Chris Collins, Will Smooth, and J-Money in 12:40 of a four-corners match - Kazi p. Collins
10/23/04: W-t Number Man; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 16:43 - Kazi p. Yamaha
11/13/04: W-t Jesse Ortega; def. Brad Attitude and Trent Wylde in 12:30 - Kazi p. Trent
11/20/04: W-t Kid Kazi and Number Man; def. Brad Stutts, Xsiris, and Mikael Yamaha in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination - Kazi p. Xsiris in 18:16
12/18/04: D-battled Xsiris, Number Man, and Mid-Atlantic TV champion Mikael Yamaha to a 10:00 time limit draw in a "Fatal 4 Way" match
01/08/05: L-p. by Ultra Dragon in 20:47
Overall Record: 23-18-1
Singles Matches: 15-11-1
Tag Matches: 8-7
Title Matches: 6-6-1
Pinfalls Scored: 20
Pinfalls Lost: 12
Longest Winning Streak: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 3

SEBASTIAN KANE
08/18/01: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 15:37 of a no-disqualification match - Rocky p. Kane

DON KERNODLE
12/30/00: W-p. Black Hart in 12:07
03/03/01: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match
05/19/01: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Canadian Assassins in 13:23 of a street fight
08/18/01: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Corey Edsel and Sebastian Kane in 15:37 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Edsel
05/11/02: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Main Attraction in 15:17 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Scott Powers
09/07/02: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Corey Edsel and the Russian in 13:14 of a flag match - Don p. the Russian
03/27/04: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Rob McBride and Scotty Mathews in 7:09
08/28/04: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Rob McBride and Garry Stevens in 8:05 - Don def. McBride
02/05/05: W-t Rocky Kernodle and Gemini Kid; def. Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, & Donnie Dollars in 9:54 - Don def. Dollars
04/20/05: W-t Rocky Kernodle; def. Alex Adonis and Donnie Dollars in 13:24 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Adonis
Overall Record: 10-0
Singles Matches: 1-0
Tag Matches: 9-0
Pinfalls Scored: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 10

ROCKY KERNODLE
03/03/01: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match - Rocky p. O' Hara in 2:50, Gemini in 5:50, and Alberta in 7:28
05/19/01: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Canadian Assassins in 13:23 of a street fight - Rocky p. Assassin #2
08/18/01: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Corey Edsel and Sebastian Kane in 15:37 of a no-disqualification match - Rocky p. Kane
05/11/02: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Main Attraction in 15:17 of a no-disqualification match - Rocky p. Chris Steele
09/07/02: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Corey Edsel and the Russian in 13:14 of a flag match
03/27/04: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Rob McBride and Scotty Mathews in 7:09 - Rocky p. Mathews
08/28/04: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Rob McBride and Garry Stevens in 8:05
02/05/05: W-t Don Kernodle and Gemini Kid; def. Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, & Donnie Dollars in 9:54
04/20/05: W-t Don Kernodle; def. Alex Adonis and Donnie Dollars in 13:24 of a no-disqualification match
Overall Record: 9-0 (all tag matches)
Pinfalls Scored: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 9

KID KAZI
11/20/04: W-t Kamikazi Kid and Number Man; def. Brad Stutts, Xsiris, and Mikael Yamaha in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination match - Kid Kazi pinned Xsiris in 12:55

ROB KILLJOY
11/13/04: W-t Garry Stevens and Tim Blaze; def. Rob McBride, J-Money, and Flaming Youth #2 in 12:56 - Killjoy p. Youth #2
02/05/05: L-t Ultra Dragon, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice; def. by L.A. Wild One, Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem in 7:45 - Wild One p. Killjoy

BLAZE KNIGHT
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #25, lasted 0:53, eliminated 1 wrestler

OZZIE KNIGHT
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #11, lasted 3:47, eliminated 1 wrestler

IVAN KOLOFF
02/05/05: W-t Sean Powers; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 14:50 of a double chain match - win tag team titles

KID KOURAGEOUS
12/30/00: L-p. by Carolina Stud in 6:28
05/05/01: W-p. Carolina Stud in 7:16

KOZMO
12/30/00: W- t Fun Lovin' Criminal; def. Patrick O' Hara & J.P. Fairchild in 8:37 - Kozmo p. O' Hara
05/19/01: W-t Super Kozmo; def. $outh$ide Playas in 11:34 - win vacant tag team titles
06/23/01: L-t Super Kozmo & Bert Tripp; def. by $outh$ide Playas & Eddie Brown in 13:26
07/28/01: L-t Super Kozmo; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 8:33 of a non-title match - Cash p. Kozmo
11/17/01: L-t Super Kozmo; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 7:35 of a "Last Chance" match - loses tag team titles
Overall Record: 2-3 (all tag matches)
Title Matches: 1-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 3
Total Match Time-49:45

SUPER KOZMO
04/07/01: L-p. by Gemini Kid in 9:31
05/19/01: W-t Kozmo; def. $outh$ide Playas in 11:34 - Super Kozmo p. L.A. Cash, win vacant tag team titles
06/23/01: L-t Kozmo & Bert Tripp; def. by $outh$ide Playas & Eddie Brown in 13:26
07/28/01: L-t Kozmo; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 8:33 of a non-title match
08/18/01: W-p. Kenny James in 12:24
11/17/01: L-t Kozmo; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 7:35 of a "Last Chance" match - Cash p. Super Kozmo, loses tag team titles
Overall Record: 2-4
Singles Matches: 1-1
Tag Matches: 1-3
Title Matches: 1-1
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 2

GUILLOTINE LaGRANDE
05/01/04: W-def. Dexter Poindexter by submission in 6:11
05/15/04: W-t Alex Stone; def. Dexter Poindexter and Jesse Ortega in 11:16 - La Grande def. Poindexter by knockout
06/26/04: W-t Alex Adonis and Jake Jones; def. L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Dexter Poindexter in 6:51
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #3, lasted 5:24

RICKY LANDEL
04/02/05: W-t Xsiris; def. Kirby Mack and T.J. Mack in 13:42 of the first stage of a guantlet match
04/02/05: W-t Xsiris; def. Chris Collins and Matty D in 3:02 of the second stage of a guantlet match - Landel def. Collins by submission

ALEXIS LAREE
11/17/01: L-p. by Amber Holly in 9:07 in match for vacant FWA Women's World title

LARRY (THE SECURITY GUARD)
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #4, lasted 0:41

TANK LAWSON
05/15/04: L-p. by Rob McBride in 8:36
08/07/04: L-p. by TV champion Mikael Yamaha in 5:34
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #25, lasted 2:41
10/23/04: W-p. Rob McBride in 7:32
11/06/04: L-t Will Smooth; def. by Kid Justice and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 12:52 - Orlo p. Lawson
01/08/05: L-t Matt Houseon; def. by Kid Justice and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 9:04 - Orlo p. Lawson
01/22/05: W-p. Chris Amos in 1:40
02/05/05: W-t Quinson Valentino, L.A. Wild One, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem; def. Ultra Dragon, Rob Killjoy, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice in 7:45
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 3:07
02/19/05: D-t Drake Tungsten and Mitch Conner; battled Brass Munkey, Matty D, and Chris Collins to a no-contest in 3:57
02/25/05: L-p. by Rob McBride in 7:03
03/26/05: L-t Mitch Conner; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 11:27 of a non-title match
04/02/05: L-t Mitch Conner, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:51
Overall Record: 3-8-1
Singles Matches: 2-5
Tag Matches: 1-3-1
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 3

MYLES LONG
04/07/01: W-t Erotica; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 14:07

JIMI LOVE
03/20/04: L-p. by Rob McBride in 8:13

LATIN LOVER
10/13/01: W-t Everett DeVore; def. $out$ide Playas in 11:06
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #20, lasted 7:58

LUMBEE
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #24, lasted 3:48

KIRBY MACK/KRAZY K
10/25/03: W-t Dexter Poindexter; def. Jason Parker and Alex Stone in 12:41 - K pinned Stone
11/22/03: W-p. Kenny James in 5:45 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
12/13/03: W-p. Mitch Norris in 4:49 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/27/03: W-p. Kamakazi Kid in 14:14 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals - wins RGL title
01/17/04: L-t Kamakazi Kid; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 13:15 - Norris p. Krazy K
04/17/04: W-p. Mitch Norris in 9:15
05/01/04: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 12:49
05/15/04: W-t Kamakazi Kid; def. Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 12:54
10/23/04: L-t Brad Attitude and J-Money; def. by Magno, Jesse Ortega, and Dexter Poindexter in 12:51 of a lucha rules match
11/04/04: L-p. by Kid Justice in 11:29 of a "Rising Generation League" semifinal tournament match - loses RGL title
12/18/04: L-t Dexter Poindexter; def. by John Brooks and David Cole in 8:46 - Brooks p. Krazy K
03/26/05: W-t T.J. Mack, Xsiris, and Ultra Dragon; def. Scotty Blaze, Scotty Rocker, Gregory Vercetti, and Shawn Christian in 13:10
04/02/05: L-t T.J. Mack; def. by Xsiris and Ricky Landel in 13:42 of the first stage of a guantlet match - Xsiris p. Kirby
Overall Record: 7-6
Singles Matches: 4-2
Tag Matches: 3-4
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 5
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 3

T.J. MACK/DEXTER POINDEXTER
10/25/03: W-t Krazy K; def. Jason Parker and Alex Stone in 12:41 - Poindexter p. Parker
11/22/03: L-p. by Mitch Norris in 6:02 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
12/13/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Alex Stone and Trent Wylde in 9:02
12/27/03: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Gary Stevens and Shane West in 7:22 - Stevens p. Poindexter
01/17/04: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Xsiris in 9:17
04/17/04: L-p. by Tim Blaze in 4:44
05/01/04: L-def. by Guillotine LaGrande by submission in 6:11
05/15/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Guillotine LaGrande and Alex Stone in 11:16 - LaGrande def. Poindexter by knockout
06/26/04: L-t L.A. Cash and J-Money; def. by Guillotine LeGrande, Alex Adonis, and Jake Jones in 6:51 - Adonis p. Poindexter
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #4, lasted 8:41, eliminated 1.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: W-t Jesse Ortega and Magno; def. Brad Attitude, Krazy K, and J-Money in 12:51 of a lucha rules match
12/18/04: L-t Krazy K; def. by John Brooks and David Cole in 8:46
03/26/05: W-t Kirby Mack, Xsiris, and Ultra Dragon; def. Scotty Blaze, Scotty Rocker, Gregory Vercetti, and Shawn Christian in 13:10
04/02/05: L-t Kirby Mack; def. by Xsiris and Ricky Landel in 13:42 of the first stage of a guantlet match
Overall Record: 4-10
Singles Matches: 0-5
Tag Matches: 4-5
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 7

MAGNO
10/23/04: W-t Jesse Ortega and Dexter Poindexter; def. Brad Attitude, Krazy K, and J-Money in 12:51 of a lucha rules match - Magno pinned Attitude in 12:51

MATT MAGNUM
02/01/03: L-t Joey Silva; def. by Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 9:46

SCOTTY MATTHEWS/MALAKI
01/05/02: L-p. by Ali Steel in 7:26
01/26/02: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 7:55
04/26/02: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender (w/ Otto Schwanz, Madd Maxx, Bert Tripp, and Kurt Solo)
06/01/02: L-t Madd Maxx and Johnny Blaze; def. by Otto Schwanz, Ethan Cage, and Kenny James in 14:26 - Schwanz p. Malaki
06/29/02: W-t Johnny Blaze and Seymour Snott; def. L.A. Stephens, Bert Tripp, and the Canadian Assasssin in 12:45
08/31/02: W-p. Kenny James in 9:46
12/28/02: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 11:06
01/11/03: L-p. by J-Money in 11:04
02/01/03: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 10:40
05/17/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 10:46
05/31/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 19:06 of a 6-way match (w/ Bounty Hunter, Otto Schwanz, Ric Converse, and Kurt Solo)
06/28/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 8:37
12/13/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 12:18
03/27/04: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:09 - Rocky p. Mathews
04/03/04: L-p. by Trent Wylde in 4:35
Overall Record: 2-13
Singles Matches: 1-11
Tag Matches: 1-2
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 13
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 9

MADD MAXX
12/30/00: W-p. Ethan Cage in 9:45 of a Hardcore match
03/03/01: W-p. Jeff Justice in 6:28 - wins Heavyweight title
04/07/01: W-p. Ethan Cage in 8:19
05/19/01: L-p. by Jeff Justice in 7:42 of a non-title match
06/23/01: W-p. Jeff Justice in 10:00
07/28/01: W-t Joe Storm; def. Jeff Justice Rob McBride in 9:37 - Maxx p. McBride
11/17/01: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 13:02 of a non-title lumberjack match
12/23/01: L-p. by Eddie Brown in 12:23 - loses Heavyweight title
01/05/02: W-t Jeff Justice; def. Eddie Brown and Otto Schwanz in 15:47 - Maxx p. Scwhanz
02/23/02: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 12:04 of a falls count anywhere match
04/26/02: L-def. by Corey Edsel in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender (w/ Otto Schwanz, Malaki, Bert Tripp, and Kurt Solo)
05/11/02: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 11:42
06/01/02: L-t Malaki and Johnny Blaze; def. by Otto Schwanz, Ethan Cage, and Kenny James in 14:26
07/20/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Corey Edsel and Otto Schwanz in 9:07
Overall Record: 8-6
Singles Matches: 5-5
Tag Matches: 3-1
Title Matches: 4-1
Pinfalls Scored: 7
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 3

"SUICIDE" SHAWN MAYHEM/FLAMING YOUTH #2
11/13/04: L-t Rob McBride and J-Money; def. by Garry Stevens, Tim Blaze, and Rob Killjoy in 12:56 - Killjoy p. Youth #2
02/05/05: W-t Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & L.A. Wild One; def. Ultra Dragon, Rob Killjoy, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice in 7:45

MICHAEL MCALLISTER
01/22/05: L-def. by Sean Powers via countout in 3:47
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 3:20

ROB "THE BULL" MCBRIDE
07/28/01: L-t Jeff Justice def. by Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx and ECPW champion Joe Storm in 9:37 - Maxx p. McBride
10/13/01: L-def. by ECPW champion Joe Storm by submission in 9:06
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #7, lasted 5:17
11/17/01: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Granite and Joe Storm in 14:48
12/29/01: L-p. by Larry Isley in 9:25
01/26/02: L-t "Slick" Ric Converse; def. by tag team champions the $outh$ide Playas in 18:11 - Cash p. McBride
02/23/02: W-t "Slick" Ric Converse; def. Kamakazi Duo in 11:05
04/26/02: L-t Joe Storm; def. by the $outh$ide Playas in 11:36 - Cash p. McBride
05/11/02: L-t Joe Storm; def. by the $outh$ide Playas in 9:12 - Money p. McBride
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #14, lasted 22:54, eliminated 4 wrestlers
11/02/02: L-p. by Eddie Brown in 14:03
01/25/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 1:32
01/25/03: W-p. Brad Stutts in 1:01
02/01/03: W-p. Trey G in 7:33
05/03/03: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 7:13
05/17/03: W-t Joe Storm; def. L.A. Cash and Magic Moon in 9:16 - McBride p. Moon
07/19/03: L-t Joe Storm; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:13 - Tungsten p. McBride
09/13/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 5:51
10/11/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 10:08
10/25/03: W-p. Brad Stutts in 4:21
12/27/03: L-t Dexter Poindexter; def. by Gary Stevens and Shane West in 7:22
01/17/04: W-t Corey Edsel and Bounty Hunter; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Ric Converse in 16:21
02/07/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 11:50
02/21/04: L-p. by Tim Blaze in 3:31
03/20/04: W-p. Jimi Love in 8:13
03/27/04: L-t Scotty Mathews; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:09
04/03/04: W-t Otto Schwanz; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 14:32 - McBride p. Rainz
04/17/04: W-p. Hugh B. Johnson in 8:48
05/01/04: L-p. by Mitch Norris in 7:34
05/15/04: W-p. Tank Lawson in 8:36
06/05/04: W-t L.A. Cash and J-Money; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Alex Adonis in 9:21
07/10/04: L-p. by Xsiris in 10:49
07/31/04: D-battled TV champion Mikael Yamaha to a 10:00 time limit draw
08/07/04: L-t Shane West; def. by Garry Stevens and Alex Adonis in 9:52
08/28/04: L-t Garry Stevens; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 8:05 - Don def. McBride
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #19, lasted 9:23, eliminated 2.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: L-p. by Tank Lawson in 7:32
11/06/04: W-p. Brad Stutts in 5:04
11/13/04: L-t J-Money and Flaming Youth #2; def. by Garry Stevens, Tim Blaze, and Rob Killjoy in 12:56
11/20/04: W-t J-Money and Shane West; def. Alex Adonis, Donnie Dollars, and Jay Sinn in 8:41
12/18/04: W-p. Trent Wylde in 2:55
01/08/05: W-p. Corey Edsel in 11:10
02/05/05: W-t Barbarian; def. Corey Edsel and Tim Blaze in 12:26
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 8:41
02/06/05: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 6:56
02/19/05: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 14:01
02/25/05: W-p. Tank Lawson in 7:03
03/05/05: L-def. by Corey Edsel in 17:10 of a street fight
03/12/05: W-t Shane West; def. Mitch Conner and Kenny James in 9:41
03/19/05: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 10:12
03/26/05: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 10:02
04/02/05: L-t Shane West; def. by Corey Edsel and Garry Stevens in 14:07 of a Texas Tornado match
Overall Record: 21-30-1
Singles Matches: 12-18-1
Tag Matches: 9-12
Title Matches: 0-4-1
Pinfalls Scored: 12
Pinfalls Lost: 21
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 6

LEE MCGUIRE
01/08/05: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 4:12
03/26/05: L-p. by Keenan Quinn in 4:12

THE MEDIC
04/07/01: W-p. Bret Paige in 8:54 - wins NAWA Light Heavyweight title

MINI BULL
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #6, lasted 4:22

J-MONEY
05/05/01: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sho' Nuff in 6:01
05/19/01: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Los Latinos Locos in 11:34 for the vacant tag team titles
06/23/01: W-t L.A. Cash & Eddie Brown; def. Los Latinos Locos & Bert Tripp in 13:26
07/28/01: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Los Latinos Locos in 8:33 of a non-title match
10/13/01: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Latin Lover & Everett DeVore in 11:06 - DeVore p. Money
11/17/01: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Los Latinos Locos in 7:35 of a "Last Chance" match - win tag team titles
12/29/01: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Jeff Justice and Otto Schwanz in 18:44 - Money p. Justice
01/26/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Rob McBride and "Slick" Ric Converse in 18:11
02/23/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Joe and Damien Storm in 12:50
03/23/02: L-t Bert Tripp; def. by Joe and Damien Storm in 6:59 - Damien p. Money, loses tag team titles
04/26/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 11:36
05/11/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 9:12 - Money p. McBride, wins tag team titles
06/01/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Main Attraction and L.A. Stephens and Amazing Sideshow in 13:13 of a triangle match - Money p. Stephens
06/29/02: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Main Attraction in 15:43 - Scott Powers p. Money, loses tag team titles
08/17/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. U.N.O.D. in 14:21
08/31/02: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by U.N.O.D. in 6:31
09/28/02: W-t L.A. Cash and Bounty Hunter; def. U.N.O.D. and Corey Edsel in 12:04
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #6, lasted 2:51
10/19/02: L-p. by Kurt Solo in 6:32
11/02/02: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by U.N.O.D. in 11:43 - Johnson p. Money
11/16/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Kenny James and Chris Collins in 8:03
11/30/02: L-t Hangtime; def. by Kenny James and Xsiris in 10:43 - James p. Money
12/14/02: L-t Otto Schwanz; def. by Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander in 28:00 - Alexander p. Money
12/28/02: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Kenny James and Xsiris in 8:10
01/11/03: W-p. Malaki in 11:04
02/01/03: W-t Kamakazi Kid; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 15:56 - Money p. Rainz
02/15/03: W-def. American Steel Ninja, Brad Rainz, and Brass Munkey in 16:33 of a "Fatal 4 Way" elimination match - Money p. Rainz
03/08/03: W-p. Ric Converse in 13:40 - wins Cruiserweight title
03/22/03: W-p. Sexton Tyler in 11:10
04/12/03: L-t Kamikaze Kid; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:19
04/26/03: W-p. Brad Rainz in 10:24
05/03/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:49
05/17/03: W-p. Xsiris in 10:52
05/31/03: W-p. Xsiris in 8:13
06/28/03: W-p. Nemesis in 7:02
07/19/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 7:56
08/09/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Kurt Solo and Joey "Spank" Silvia in 13:29 - Silvia p. Money
08/16/03: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Kurt Solo and Matt Houston in 10:37
09/13/03: W-t L.A. Cash and Kamikazi Kid; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, and Hugh B. Johnson in 10:02 - Money p. Solo
09/27/03: W-p. Joey Silvia in 11:31
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #12, lasted 4:47, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 9:42
10/25/03: W-p. Kamikazi Kid in 11:50
11/08/03: L-p. by Xsiris in 16:23 - loses Cruiserweight title
11/22/03: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Trent Wylde and Alex Stone in 6:36 - Money p. Wylde
12/13/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:58 - Attitude p. Money
12/27/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 6:21
01/17/04: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:29 of a triangle match that also included Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja
02/07/04: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:14
02/21/04: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Gary Stevens and Shane West in 11:52 - Stevens p. Money
03/06/04: L-t Kamikazi Kid; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 11:26 - Norris p. Money
04/03/04: W-t L.A. Cash; def. Mitch Norris & Sean Powers and Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 11:07 of a triangle match
05/01/04: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:51 - Ninja p. Money
06/05/04: W-t L.A. Cash and Rob McBride; def. Shane West, Gary Stevens, and Alex Adonis in 9:21 - Money p. West
06/26/04: L-t L.A. Cash and Dexter Poindexter; def. by Guillotine LeGrande, Alex Adonis, and Jake Jones in 6:51
07/10/04: W-p. Alex Adonis in 6:52 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: L-p. by Ric Converse in 10:49 a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament quarterfinal match
08/28/04: W-t Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja; def. Xsiris, Mikael Yamaha, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers in 8:27
10/02/04: L-def. by Kamikazi Kid in 12:40 of a four-corners match (w/ Will Smooth and Chris Collins)
10/23/04: L-t Brad Attitude and Krazy K; def. by Magno, Jesse Ortega, and Dexter Poindexter in 12:51 of a lucha rules match - Ortega p. Money in 12:01
11/06/04: W-p. Alex Adonis in 13:40 of a Dog Food match
11/13/04: L-t Rob McBride and Flaming Youth #2; def. by Garry Stevens, Tim Blaze, and Rob Killjoy in 12:56
11/20/04: W-t Rob McBride and Shane West; def. Alex Adonis, Donnie Dollars, and Jay Sinn in 8:41
12/18/04: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 10:19
01/08/05: L-t Will B. Smooth and Brass Munkey; def. by Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, and Donnie Dollars in 12:54 - Adonis p. Money
01/22/05: L-t Will B. Smooth; def. by Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match (w/ Brass Muney & American Steel Ninja)
02/06/05: W-Cadillac Battle Royal in 13:04
02/19/05: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Donnie Dollars and Jay Sinn in 14:16 for the #1 contendership to the tag team titles - Money p. Sinn
03/05/05: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Garry Stevens and the Shadow in 15:34 - retain #1 contendership
03/12/05: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 8:54 - Money p. Sinn
03/19/05: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Sean Powers in 9:29 of a handicap match - win tag team titles
03/26/05: W-t Will B. Smooth; def. Tank Lawson and Mitch Conner in 11:27 of a non-title match - Money p. Conner
04/02/05: W-t Will B. Smooth, Brass Munkey, and Kid Justice; def. Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti in 12:51 - Money p. Conner
Overall Record: 43-30
Singles Matches: 13-6
Tag Matches: 30-24
Title Matches: 15-7
Pinfalls Scored: 23
Pinfalls Lost: 16
Longest Winning Streak: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 3

MAGIC MOON
02/15/03: W-p. Hangtime in 7:32
03/08/03: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 4:38
03/22/03: L-p. by Xsiris in 8:18
04/12/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 6:38
05/17/03: L-t L.A. Cash; def. by Rob McBride and Joe Storm in 9:16 - McBride p. Moon
05/31/03: L-t Trent Wylde and Kenny James; def. by Stephen O' Hara, Mark Slain, and Kid Justice in 6:47
Overall Record: 1-5
Singles Matches: 1-3
Tag Matches: 0-2
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 5
Total Match Time-43:10

SHANNON MOORE
06/23/01: L-p. by Cham Pain in 10:07

BRASS MUNKEY
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #23, lasted 2:06
10/19/02: W-p. Brad Rainz in 6:39 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/02/02: L-t J-Money; def. by U.N.O.D. in 11:43
11/16/02: L-t Kamakazi Kid; def. by Brad Rainz and Xsiris in 10:17 - Rainz p. Munkey
11/30/02: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 7:52 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/14/02: L-p. by Kamakazi Kid in 12:40 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals
01/11/03: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 20:01 - Munkey p. Rainz
02/01/03: W-p. Malaki in 10:40
02/15/03: L-p. by Brad Rainz in 12:38 of a "Fatal 4 Way" elimination match (with J-Money and American Steel Ninja) - Munkey p. Ninja in 6:43, Rainz p. Munkey in 12:38
03/08/03: W-p. Magic Moon in 4:38
03/08/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 9:51 - Tungsten p. Munkey
03/22/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:00
04/12/03: L-p. by Xsiris in 7:03
04/26/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Joey "Spank" Silvia and Xsiris in 11:24
05/03/03: L-p. by Joey "Spank" Silvia in 9:40
05/17/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 9:20
05/31/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 8:35 - Munkey p. Johnson
06/28/03: L-p. by Joey "Spank" Silvia in 8:27
07/19/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 1:56 - Munkey p. Tungsten
07/19/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 7:56 - Munkey p. Cash
07/19/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 8:40 - Attitude p. Munkey
08/09/03: W-t American Steel Ninja and GeeStar; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Matt Houston in 12:34 - Munkey p. Houston
09/13/03: L-p. by Drake Tungsten in 9:49
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #20, lasted 4:55, eliminated 2 wrestlers
10/11/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Kurt Solo and Matt Houston in 16:04 - Solo p. Munkey
10/25/03: L-t American Steel Ninja and Corey Edsel; def. by Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Xsiris in 17:03
11/08/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:28 of a "Loser Leaves for 60 Days" match
11/22/03: L-t American Steel Ninja, Corey Edsel, and GeeStar vs. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts in an elimination match - Tungsten p. Munkey in 14:35
12/13/03: W-t Dexter Poindexter; def. Alex Stone and Trent Wylde in 9:02 - Munkey pinned Wylde
12/27/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Xsiris and Trent Wylde in 13:58
01/17/03: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:29 of a triangle match that also included L.A. Cash and J-Money - Attitude p. Munkey
02/07/04: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Shane West and Garry Stevens in 9:34 - Stevens p. Munkey
02/21/04: L-p. by Television champion Xsiris in 7:08
03/06/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Shane West and Garry Stevens in 7:38 to win the #1 contendership for the CWF Mid-Atlantic tag team titles - Munkey p. West
03/20/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Sean Powers and Billy Winfield in 11:26 - Munkey p. Winfield
03/27/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:25 - win tag team titles
04/03/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Gary Stevens and Jake Jones in 10:30 - Munkey p. Jones
04/17/04: L-t American Steel Ninja and Corey Edsel; def. by Ric Converse, Shane West, and Gary Stevens in 11:54 - Converse p. Munkey
05/01/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. J-Money and L.A. Cash in 13:51
05/15/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Brad Attitude and Mitch Norris in 11:10 - Munkey p. Attitude
06/05/04: L-p. by Sean Powers in 9:18
06/26/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 13:23
07/10/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Shane West and Garry Stevens in 6:40 of a non-title match
07/31/04: L-p. by Xsiris in 12:45 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
08/07/04: L-t American Steel Ninja and GeeStar; def. by Ric Converse, Brad Attitude, and Trent Wylde in 13:02
08/28/04: W-t American Steel Ninja, Kid Justice, and J-Money; def. Xsiris, Mikael Yamaha, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers in 8:27
09/18/04: W-p. Sean Powers in 8:20
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #10, lasted 3:21
10/02/04: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 13:58 of a non-title match - Norris p. Munkey
10/23/04: W-t American Steel Ninja and Kid Justice; def. Mitch Norris, Sean Powers, and Trent Wylde in 9:09
11/06/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Garry Stevens and the Shadow in 8:42 - Munkey p. Shadow
11/13/04: D-t American Steel Ninja; battled Mitch Norris and Sean Powers to a double-countout in 11:53
11/20/04: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Garry Stevens and Sean Powers in 8:40 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/20/04: L-t American Steel Ninja and Corey Edsel; def. by Garry Stevens, Hugh B. Johnson, and Sean Powers in 10:01 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Stevens p. Munkey
12/04/04: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:49 of a non-title match
12/18/04: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Drake Tungsten and Matt Houston in 5:22 of a non-title match - Munkey p. Tungsten
01/08/05: L-t J-Money and Will Smooth; def. by Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, and Donnie Dollars in 12:54
01/22/05: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match (w/ J-Money & Will B. Smooth)
02/05/05: L-t American Steel Ninja; def. by Sean Powers and Ivan Koloff in 14:50 of a double chain match - Powers p. Munkey, lose tag team titles
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 4:15
02/19/05: D-t Chris Collins and Matty D; battled Drake Tungsten, Tank Lawson, and Mitch Conner to a no-contest in 3:57
02/25/05: W-t American Steel Ninja and Jesse Ortega; def. Garry Stevens, Alex Adonis, and Mitch Conner in 12:04 - Munkey p. Conner
03/12/05: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by tag team champion Sean Powers in 8:03 of a handicap match - Powers p. Munkey
03/19/05: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 8:08
03/26/05: W-t Rob McBride; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 10:02 - Munkey def. Tungsten by submission
04/02/05: W-t Kid Justice, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth; def. Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti in 12:51
Overall Record: 29-35-2
Singles Matches: 5-14
Tag Matches: 24-21-2
Title Matches: 6-4-1
Pinfalls Scored: 20
Pinfalls Lost: 21
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 5

NEMESIS
05/19/01: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 10:18
06/23/01: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 6:51
07/28/01: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 14:02
05/11/02: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Sexton Tyler in 6:48
05/31/03: W-p. Rising Generation League champion Kamikaze Kid in 10:14 of a non-title match
06/28/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 7:02
04/03/04: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 10:01
Overall Record: 1-6 (all singles matches)
Title Matches: 0-4
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 4
Total Match Time-1:05:16

AMERICAN STEEL NINJA
09/28/02: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 10:31
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #7, lasted 2:12, eliminated 2 wrestlers
11/30/02: W-p. Brad Rainz in 7:31
12/14/02: W-t Corey Edsel and Stephen O' Hara; def. Kenny James, Brad Attitude, and Brad Rainz in 21:24
01/11/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 9:00
02/01/03: W-p. "The Stic" in 5:23
02/15/03: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 6:43 of a "Fatal 4 Way" elimination match (with Brad Rainz and J-Money)
03/08/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 9:51
03/22/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 11:00 - Rainz p. Ninja
04/12/03: W-t Sho' Nuff; def. Kenny James and Trent Wylde in 5:56 - Ninja p. Wylde
04/26/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Joey "Spank" Silvia and Xsiris in 11:24 - Xsiris p. Ninja
05/03/03: W-p. Rob McBride in 7:13
05/17/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 9:20 - Ninja p. Wylde
05/31/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson in 8:35
07/19/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 1:56
07/19/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 7:56
07/19/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 8:40
08/09/03: W-t Brass Munkey and GeeStar; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Matt Houston in 12:34
09/13/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Xsiris in 15:42 of a non-title bout
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #26, lasted 4:18, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Kurt Solo and Matt Houston in 16:04
10/25/03: L-t Brass Munkey and Corey Edsel; def. by Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Xsiris in 17:03 - Tungsten p. Ninja
11/08/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:28 of a "Loser Leaves for 60 Days" match - Ninja p. Johnson
11/22/03: W-t Brass Munkey, Corey Edsel, and GeeStar; def. Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts in 28:23 of an elimination match - Ninja p. Stutts in 16:56 and Houston in 22:51
12/13/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Xsiris in 12:10
12/27/03: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Xsiris and Trent Wylde in 13:58 - Ninja p. Wylde
01/17/03: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:29 of a triangle match that also included L.A. Cash and J-Money
02/07/04: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Shane West and Garry Stevens in 9:34
02/21/04: W-p. Joey Silvia in 8:04
03/06/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Shane West and Garry Stevens in 7:38 to win the #1 contendership for the CWF Mid-Atlantic tag team titles
03/20/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Sean Powers and Billy Winfield in 11:26
03/27/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:25 - Ninja p. Rainz, win tag team titles
04/03/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Garry Stevens and Jake Jones in 10:30
04/17/04: L-t Brass Munkey and Corey Edsel; def. by Ric Converse, Shane West, and Gary Stevens in 11:54
05/01/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. J-Money and L.A. Cash in 13:51 - Ninja p. Money
05/15/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Brad Attitude and Mitch Norris in 11:10
06/05/04: W-p. Brad Attitude in 9:14
06/26/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 13:23 - Ninja p. Powers
07/10/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Shane West and Garry Stevens in 6:40 of a non-title match - Ninja p. West
07/31/04: L-p. by Ric Converse in 8:26 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
08/07/04: L-t Brass Munkey and GeeStar; def. by Ric Converse, Brad Attitude, and Trent Wylde in 13:02 - Wylde p. Ninja
08/28/04: W-t Brass Munkey, Kid Justice, and J-Money; def. Xsiris, Mikael Yamaha, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers in 8:27
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #17, lasted 5:40
10/02/04: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 13:58 of a non-title match
10/23/04: W-t Brass Munkey and Kid Justice; def. Mitch Norris, Sean Powers, and Trent Wylde in 9:09
11/06/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Garry Stevens and the Shadow in 8:42
11/13/04: D-t Brass Munkey; battled Mitch Norris and Sean Powers to a double-countout in 11:53
11/20/04: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Garry Stevens and Sean Powers in 8:40 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Stevens p. Ninja
11/20/04: L-t Brass Munkey and Corey Edsel; def. by Garry Stevens, Hugh B. Johnson, and Sean Powers in 10:01 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
12/04/04: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 12:49 of a non-title match - Tungsten p. Ninja
12/18/04: W-t Brass Munkey; def. Drake Tungsten and Matt Houston in 5:22 of a non-title match
01/08/05: W-p. Lee McGuire in 4:12
01/22/05: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match (w/ J-Money & Will B. Smooth)
01/29/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 10:15
02/05/05: L-t Brass Munkey; def. by Sean Powers and Ivan Koloff in 14:50 of a double chain match - lose tag team titles
02/25/05: W-t Brass Munkey and Jesse Ortega; def. Garry Stevens, Alex Adonis, and Mitch Conner in 12:04
03/05/05: L-p. by Scar Stevens in 8:08
03/12/05: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 8:26
Overall Record: 29-28-1
Singles Matches: 6-12
Tag Matches: 23-16-1
Title Matches: 6-5-1
Pinfalls Scored: 16
Pinfalls Lost: 14
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 4

MITCH NORRIS
08/16/03: W-p. Trent Wylde in 6:12
09/13/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 7:35
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #17, lasted 5:05
10/11/03: L-p. by Sean Powers in 10:51
10/25/03: W-t Sean Powers; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 7:09
11/08/03: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid in 9:32
11/22/03: W-p. Dexter Poindexter in 6:02 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
12/13/03: L-p. by Krazy K in 4:49 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/27/03: W-t Sean Powers; def. the $outh$ide Playas in 6:21 - Norris p. Cash
01/17/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Kamakazi Kid and Krazy K in 13:15
02/07/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Kid Justice and Jesse Ortega in 11:33
02/21/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Kamikazi Kid and Jesse Ortega in 13:36
03/06/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Kamikazi Kid and J-Money in 11:26 - Norris p. Money
03/27/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Trent Wylde and Jesse Ortega in 12:40
04/03/04: L-t Sean Powers; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:07 of a triangle match that also included Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson
04/17/04: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Krazy K in 9:15
05/01/04: W-p. Rob McBride in 7:34
05/15/04: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 11:10
06/26/04: L-t Sean Powers; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:23
08/07/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Jesse Ortega and Kid Justice in 10:46 - Norris p. Justice
08/21/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse
08/28/04: L-t Sean Powers, Xsiris, and Mikael Yamaha; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, Kid Justice, and J-Money in 8:27
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #20, lasted 13:29, eliminated 2.0 wrestlers
10/02/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:58 of a non-title match - Norris p. Munkey
10/23/04: L-t Sean Powers and Trent Wylde; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 9:09
11/13/04: D-t Sean Powers; battled tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja to a double-countout in 11:53
Overall Record: 12-12-1
Singles Matches: 3-7
Tag Matches: 9-5-1
Title Matches: 0-3-1
Pinfalls Scored: 7
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 3

"CONCEITED KID" BRADLEY NORTH
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #26, lasted 4:35
11/16/02: L-p. by Stephen O' Hara in 6:51 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match

SHO' NUFF
03/03/01: L-p. by William Wealth III in 3:21
04/07/01: L-p. by Jeff Justice in 5:08
05/05/01: L-p. by Jeff Justice in 4:19 (Lord of the Ring tournament match)
05/05/01: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 6:01 - L.A. Cash p. Sho' Nuff
05/19/01: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 6:12
04/12/03: W-t American Steel Ninja; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 5:56
06/28/03: W-t Joe Storm and Kid Justice; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Mark Slain in 7:21
Overall Record: 2-5
Singles Matches: 0-4
Tag Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Wining Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 5
Total Match Time-38:18

PATRICK O' HARA
12/30/00: L-t J.P. Fairchild; def. by Kozmo & Fun Lovin' Criminal in 8:37 - Kozmo p. O' Hara
03/03/01: L-p. by Flash in 4:53
03/03/01: L-t Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Gemini Kid, William Wealth III, Jeff Justice; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match - Rocky p. O' Hara in 2:50

STEPHEN O' HARA
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #19, lasted 4:59
11/16/02: W-p. Bradley North in 6:51 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/30/02: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 7:52 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/14/02: W-t Corey Edsel and American Steel Ninja; def. Kenny James, Brad Attitude, and Brad Rainz in 21:24
12/28/02: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 12:14
01/11/03: L-p. by "The Stic" in 6:58
02/01/03: L-p. by Joe Storm in 4:30
03/08/03: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 8:48
04/26/03: W-t Pat Cusick; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 9:57 - O' Hara p. Wylde
05/03/03: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 7:40
05/17/03: L-t Mark Slain; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 11:19 - Johnson p. O' Hara
05/31/03: W-t Mark Slain and Kid Justice; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Magic Moon in 6:47 - O' Hara p. Wylde
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #19, lasted 7:28
Overall Record: 4-9
Singles Matches: 1-8
Tag Matches: 3-1
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 4
Total Match Time-1:56:47

AMBER O' NEAL/AMBER HOLLY
12/30/00: L-p. by Lexie Fyfe in 6:27
03/03/01: W-p. Desiree Peterson in 8:05
04/07/01: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Myles Long and Erotica in 14:07
06/23/01: W-p. Lelani Kai in 7:26 (FWA Women's World title tournament semifinal match)
08/18/01: L-t Mikael Yamaha & Sexton Tyler; vs. Gemini Kid, Jeff Justice, and GeeStar in an elimination match - GeeStar p. Holly in 12:50
10/13/01: W-t Sexton Tyler; def. Gemini Kid and GeeStar in 11:00 - Holly p. Gemini
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #1, lasted 3:01
11/17/01: W-p. Alexis LaRee in 9:07 - wins vacant FWA Women's World title
12/16/01: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Gemini Kid and GeeStar in 12:51
12/29/01: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler; def. Caprice Coleman and Main Attraction in 13:21 - Holly p. Scott Powers
01/05/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler; def. Gemini Kid, GeeStar, and Eddie Brown in 19:09
01/26/02: L-p. by GeeStar in 5:21 of a non-title match
02/23/02: W-p. GeeStar in 6:21
03/23/02: L-def. by Brandi Alexander by countout in 4:24
04/26/02: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by "Slick" Ric Converse and GeeStar in 10:54
05/11/02: L-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. by "Slick" Ric Converse, GeeStar, and J.T. Sparxx in 9:54
06/01/02: W-p. Brandi Alexander in 10:12
06/29/02: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 12:45
08/17/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler; def. "Slick" Ric Converse, Corey Edsel, and GeeStar in 9:41
08/31/02: L-p. by Brandi Alexander in 7:18 of a non-title match
09/07/02: L-p. by GeeStar in 7:13 of a non-title match
09/28/02: L-p. by Brandi Alexander in 7:44 of a triangle match (w/ GeeStar) - loses Womens' title
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #18, lasted 3:14
11/02/02: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Sexton Tyler and Brandi Alexander in 18:01 - Brandi p. Holly
11/16/02: L-def. by GeeStar in 12:01 of a "Throw in the Towel" match
01/25/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. GeeStar, Brad Attitude, and Xsiris in 15:38
04/26/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. GeeStar, Drake Tungsten, and Hugh B. Johnson in 17:08
05/31/03: W-p. Special K in 5:59
06/26/04: W-p. Brandi Wine in 8:17
07/31/04: L-t Jenny Taylor; def. by Krissy Vaine and Brandi Wine in 11:43 - Vaine p. O'Neal
08/07/04: W-p. Krissy Vaine in 10:40
09/18/04: L-p. by TV champion Mikael Yamaha in 7:03
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #8, lasted 1:25, eliminated 2.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: L-t GeeStar; def. by Venus and Krissy Vaine in 8:31
11/13/04: W-t GeeStar; def. Venus and Krissy Vaine in 7:37
11/20/04: L-t GeeStar and Chris Collins; def. by Venus, Krissy Vaine, and Russell Simpson in 8:41
01/22/05: D-battled Krissy Vaine to a draw in 7:41 as a result of a double pinfall in a AWA Women's World Title Contender match
02/06/05: W-t Xsiris; def. Mikael Yamaha & Krissy Vaine in 7:39
04/02/05: W-p. Krissy Vaine in 8:43
Overall Record: 17-21-1
Singles Matches: 9-11-1
Tag Matches: 8-10
Title Matches: 3-3
Pinfalls Scored: 11
Pinfalls Lost: 9
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 6

JESSE ORTEGA
02/07/04: L-t Kid Justice; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 11:33 - Powers p. Ortega
02/21/04: L-t Kamikazi Kid; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 13:36
03/06/04: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 10:46
03/20/04: L-p. by Drake Tungsten in 7:14
03/27/04: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 12:40
04/03/04: L-p. by TV champion Xsiris in 7:50
04/17/04: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 16:00
05/01/04: L-t Kid Justice; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Xsiris in 9:04
05/15/04: L-t Dexter Poindexter; def. by Guillotine LaGrande and Alex Stone in 11:16
06/08/04: L-p. by TV champion GeeStar in 6:08
06/26/04: W-p. Brad Rainz in 11:53
07/10/04: W-p. Trent Wylde in 8:25 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: W-p. Brad Attitude in 13:17 a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament Quarterfinal match
08/07/04: L-t Kid Justice; def. by Sean Powers & Mitch Norris in 10:46
08/28/04: L-p. by Ric Converse in 7:27 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament Semifinal match
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #18, lasted 4:49
10/23/04: W-t Magno and Dexter Poindexter; def. Brad Attitude, Krazy K, and J-Money in 12:51 of a lucha rules match - Ortega p. Money in 12:01, Attitude p. Ortega in 12:23
11/06/04: W-def. Chris Collins by submission in 11:42 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/13/04: W-t Kamikazi Kid; def. Brad Attitude and Trent Wylde in 12:30
11/20/04: W-t Kid Justice and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. Ric Converse, Trent Wylde, and Brad Attitude in 15:54 of an elimination match - Ortega p. Wylde in 12:37, Ortega p. Attitude in 13:46
11/27/04: W-p. Ryin Andrews in 7:06 of a "Rising Generation League" tournament semifinal match
12/18/04: L-p. by Kid Justice in 10:47 of the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals
01/08/05: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 13:22 - wins Mid-Atlantic TV title
01/22/05: W-p. Gregory Vercetti in 8:20
01/29/05: D-battled Garry Stevens to a 10:00 time limit draw
02/05/05: W-p. Gregory Vercetti in 9:27
02/06/05: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 10:11
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 2:53
02/19/05: W-def. Scotty Blaze by submission in 9:50
02/25/05: W-t Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja; def. Garry Stevens, Alex Adonis, and Mitch Conner in 12:04
03/19/05: W-def. Scar Stevens by submission in 7:15
03/26/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 15:08 of a title vs. title match
04/20/05: D-battled Otto Schwanz to a 10:00 time limit draw
Overall Record: 15-16-2
Singles Matches: 9-10-2
Tag Matches: 4-6
Title Matches: 6-4-2
Pinfalls Scored: 14
Pinfalls Lost: 10
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 10

BRET PAIGE
04/07/01: L-p. by the Medic in 8:54 - loses NAWA Light Heavyweight title

JASON PARKER
10/25/03: L-t Alex Stone; def. by Krazy K and Dexter Poindexter in 12:41 - Poindexter p. Parker

DRAVEN PAYNE
01/17/04: L-t Alex Stone; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:41 of a non-title match

PERSEPHONE
06/28/03: L-p. by GeeStar in 5:53
07/19/03: W-t Ric Converse; def. GeeStar and Corey Edsel in 9:58

DESIREE PETERSON
03/03/01: L-p. by Amber Holly in 8:05

TONY PLATINUM
11/17/01: W-p. Tik in 5:59
12/29/01: L-p. by J.T. Sparxx in 6:53

"MR. BUSINESS" SCOTT POWERS
10/13/01: W-t Chris Steele; def. Eddie Brown and Bert Tripp in 10:17 - Powers p. Tripp
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #2, lasted 9:30, eliminated 1 wrestler
12/29/01: L-t Chris Steele and Caprice Coleman, def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 13:21 - Holly p. Powers
05/11/02: L-t Chris Steele; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 15:17 of a no-disqualification match - Don p. Powers
06/01/02: L-t Chris Steele; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 13:13 of a triangle match (w/ L.A. Stephens and Amazing Sideshow)
06/29/02: W-t Chris Steele; def. $outh$ide Playas in 15:43 - Powers p. Money, wins tag team titles
07/20/02: W-t Chris Steele; def. Cham Pain and C.W. Anderson in 9:06 - Powers p. Cham Pain
Overall Record: 3-4
Singles Matches: 0-1
Tag Matches: 3-3
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 4

SEAN POWERS
06/28/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 11:00
07/19/03: W-t Otto Schwanz; def. Chris Collins and Trent Wylde in 7:25
08/16/03: W-p. Quinson Valentino in 5:42
10/11/03: W-p. Mitch Norris in 10:51
10/25/03: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 7:09 - Powers p. Wylde
12/27/03: W-t Mitch Norris; def. the $outh$ide Playas in 6:21
01/17/04: W-t Mich Norris; def. Kamakazi Kid and Krazy K in 13:15
02/07/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Kid Justice and Jesse Ortega in 11:33 - Powers p. Ortega
02/21/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Kamikazi Kid and Jesse Ortega in 13:36 - Powers p. Kamikazi Kid
03/06/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Kamikazi Kid and J-Money in 11:26
03/20/04: L-t Billy Winfield; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 11:26
03/27/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Trent Wylde and Jesse Ortega in 12:40 - Powers p. Wylde
04/03/04: L-t Mitch Norris; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:07 of a triangle match that also included Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson
04/17/04: W-p. Drake Tungsten in 6:27
06/05/04: W-p. Brass Munkey in 9:18
06/26/04: L-t Mitch Norris; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:23 - Ninja p. Powers
08/07/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. Jesse Ortega and Kid Justice in 10:46
08/28/04: L-t Mitch Norris, Xsiris, and Mikael Yamaha; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, Kid Justice, and J-Money in 8:27
09/18/04: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 8:20
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #23, lasted 8:37, eliminated 2.0 wrestlers
10/02/04: W-t Mitch Norris; def. tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:58 of a non-title match
10/23/04: L-t Mitch Norris and Trent Wylde; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 9:09
11/06/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 16:54
11/13/04: D-t Mitch Norris; battled tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja to a double-countout in 11:53
11/20/04: W-t Garry Stevens; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:40 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/20/04: W-t Garry Stevens and Hugh B. Johnson; def. Corey Edsel, American Steel Ninja, and Brass Munkey in 10:01 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
01/22/05: W-def. Michael McAllister by countout in 3:47
02/05/05: W-t Ivan Koloff; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 14:50 of a double chain match - Powers p. Munkey, win tag team titles
03/12/05: W-def. Brass Munkey and Corey Edsel in 8:03 of a handicap match - Powers p. Munkey
03/19/05: L-def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 9:29 of a handicap match - Smooth p. Powers, lose tag team titles
Overall Record: 19-10-1
Singles Matches: 6-5
Tag Matches: 13-5-1
Pinfalls Scored: 11
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 9
Longest Losing Streak: 3

KEENAN QUINN
03/05/05: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 2:21
03/12/05: L-p. by Ultra Dragon in 4:59
03/26/05: W-p. Lee McGuire in 4:12
04/02/05: L-t Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:51

"RAVISHING" RICO RAGE
10/13/01: L-p. by Caprice Coleman in 9:27
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #14, lasted 17:47, eliminated 5 wrestlers
BRAD RAINZ
04/26/02: L-p. by Seymour Snott in 8:09
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #2, lasted 7:06
10/19/02: L-p. by Brass Munkey in 6:39 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/16/02: W-t Xsiris; def. Kamakazi Kid and Brass Munkey in 10:17 - Rainz p. Munkey
11/30/02: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 7:31
12/14/02: L-t Brad Attitude and Kenny James; def. by Corey Edsel, Stephen O'Hara, and American Steel Ninja in 21:24
01/11/03: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Corey Edsel and Brass Munkey in 20:01 - Munkey p. Rainz
02/01/03: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Kamakazi Kid and J-Money in 15:56 - Money p. Rainz
02/15/03: L-def. by J-Money in 16:33 of a "Fatal 4 Way" elimination match (with Brass Muneky and American Steel Ninja) - Rainz p. Munkey in 12:38, Money p. Rainz in 16:33
03/08/03: W-p. Joey "Spank" Silva in 8:54
03/22/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 11:00 - Rainz p. Ninja
04/12/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Kamikaze Kid and J-Money in 11:19
04/26/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 10:24
05/03/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:49 - Rainz p. Cash
05/17/03: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 20:28
05/31/03: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 14:38
07/19/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 8:40
08/09/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 39:05 of a best two out of three falls match - win tag team titles
08/16/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Gemini Kid and Kamikazi Kid in 13:43
09/13/03: L-t Brad Attitude and Ric Converse; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Sexton Tyler in 10:19 - Tyler p. Rainz
09/27/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 13:25 - Rainz p. Yamaha
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #23, lasted 3:32, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 9:42 - Rainz p. Cash
10/25/03: L-t Ric Converse; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 12:43 of a triangle match (with Kurt Solo and Matt Houston)
11/08/03: L-t Joey Silvia; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 9:15
11/22/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 10:08 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Rainz p. Tyler
11/22/03: W-t Brad Attitude and Ric Converse; def. Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Gemini Kid in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
12/13/03: W-t Brad Attitude; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 13:58
12/27/03: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:57 of a hair vs. titles match - Yamaha p. Rainz, lose tag team titles
01/17/04: W-t Brad Attitude; def. L.A. Cash & J-Money and Brass Munkey & American Steel Ninja in 12:29 of a triangle match
01/31/04: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 8:00 in the finals of the Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament - wins tag team titles
02/07/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 1:40
02/21/04: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 9:15
03/06/04: L-t Ric Converse; def. by Bounty Hunter and Otto Schwanz in 14:48
03/27/04: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:25 - Ninja p. Rainz, lose tag team titles
04/03/04: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Otto Schwanz and Rob McBride in 14:32 - McBride p. Rainz
06/26/04: L-p. by Jesse Ortega in 11:53
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #15, lasted 2:14
Overall Record: 16-22
Singles Matches: 1-11
Tag Matches: 15-11
Title Matches: 6-4
Pinfalls Scored: 7
Pinfalls Lost: 14
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 5 (twice)

BILY REIL
06/01/02: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 16:33

SCOTTY ROCKER
03/26/05: L-t Scotty Blaze, Shawn Christian, and Gregory Vercetti; def. by T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, Ultra Dragon, and Xsiris in 13:10

DAVID RUSH
01/11/03: L-t Chris Collins; def. by Otto Schwanz and Kid Justice in 14:39

THE RUSSIAN #1
09/07/02: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Don and Rocky Kerndole in 13:14 of a flag match - Don p. the Russian
12/28/02: W-t Russian #2; def. Chris Collins and Deacon in 3:36

THE RUSSIAN #2
12/28/02: W-t Russian #1; def. Chris Collins and Deacon in 3:36 - Russian #2 p. Collins

SCOTTY SABRE
03/08/03: W-p. Kid Justice in 6:58
03/22/03: W-p. Chria Collins in 5:12

OTTO SCHWANZ
10/13/01: W-p. Brad Hunter in 13:39
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #8, lasted 22:43
11/17/01: W-p. Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx in 13:02 of a non-title lumberjack match
12/29/01: L-t Jeff Justice; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 18:44
01/05/02: L-t Eddie Brown; def. by Madd Maxx and Jeff Justice in 15:47 - Maxx p. Schwanz
01/26/02: W-p. Malaki in 7:55
02/23/02: L-p. by Madd Maxx in 12:04 of a falls count anywhere match
04/26/02: L-def. by Corey Edsel in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender (w/ Madd Maxx, Malaki, Bert Tripp, and Kurt Solo)
05/11/02: W-p. Madd Maxx in 11:42
06/01/02: W-t Ethan Cage and Kenny James; def. Madd Maxx, Malaki, and Johnny Blaze in 14:26 - Schwanz p. Malaki
06/29/02: W-p. Eddie Brown in 14:40 - wins Heavyweight title
07/20/02: L-t Corey Edsel; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Madd Maxx in 9:07
08/17/02: W-p. Dewey Cheatum in 11:58
09/28/02: W-p. Pat Cusick in 19:46
11/02/02: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 13:09 - loses Heavyweight title
11/16/02: L-p. by Pat Cusick in 11:18
11/30/02: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 15:16
12/14/02: L-t J-Money; def. by Brad Hunter and Shawn Alexander in 28:00
12/28/02: W-p. Dewey Cheatum in 11:18
12/28/02: W-p. Pat Cusick in 9:45
01/11/03: W-t Kid Justice; def. Chris Collins and David Rush in 14:39 - Schwanz p. Collins
01/25/03: W-p. Ric Converse in 10:30
04/12/03: W-p. Magic Moon in 6:38
04/26/03: L-p. by Cham Pain in 8:45
05/03/03: W-p. Pat Cusick in 14:18
05/31/02: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 19:06 of a 6-way match (w/ Bounty Hunter, Malaki, Ric Converse, and Kurt Solo)
06/28/03: W-p. Sean Powers in 11:00
07/19/03: W-t Sean Powers; def. Chris Collins and Trent Wylde in 7:25 - Schwanz p. Wylde
09/13/03: W-p. Mitch Norris in 7:35
09/27/03: W-t C.W. Anderson;, def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 8:24 - Schwanz p. James
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #27, lasted 6:00, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: W-p. Joey Silvia in 6:34
03/06/04: W-t Bounty Hunter; def. Ric Converse and Brad Rainz in 14:48
04/03/04: W-t Rob McBride; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 14:32
05/01/04: W-p. Rising Generation League champion Krazy K in 12:49 of a non-title match
06/26/04: W-def. Trent Wylde by submission in 10:18
12/04/04: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 16:42
02/05/05: L-p. by Joey Silvia in 13:25
02/19/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 13:43
02/25/05: W-p. Matt Stryker in 12:47
04/20/05: D-battled TV champion Jesse Ortega to a 10:00 time limit draw
Overall Record: 24-15-1
Singles Matches: 18-11-1
Tag Matches: 6-4
Title Matches: 3-5-1
Pinfalls Scored: 22
Pinfalls Lost: 8
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 4

THE SHADOW
11/06/04: L-t Garry Stevens; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:42 - Munkey p. Shadow
03/05/05: L-t Garry Stevens; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 15:34 - Smooth p. Shadow
03/19/05: W-p. Mitch Conner in 8:32

AMAZING SIDESHOW
02/23/02: W-t Granite; def. L.A. Stephens and the Canadian Assassins in 9:20 of a handicap match
03/23/02: W-t L.A. Stephens; def. Granite in 9:05 of a handicap match
06/01/02: L-t L.A. Stephens; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 13:13 of a triangle match (w/ Main Attraction)

JOEY SILVIA
07/20/02: W-p. Kurt Solo in 6:59
08/17/02: L-p. by Kurt Solo in 6:53
12/28/02: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Ric Converse in 8:19
02/01/03: L-t Matt Magnum; def. by Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 9:46 - Tungsten p. Silvia
03/08/03: L-p. by Brad Rainz in 8:54
04/12/03: L-p. by Cham Pain in 8:31
04/26/03: W-t Xsiris; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 11:24
05/03/03: W-p. Brass Munkey in 9:40
05/17/03: W-p. Kamikaze Kid in 13:14 to become the #1 contender for the CWF/FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight title
06/28/03: W-p. Brass Munkey in 8:27
07/19/03: L-t Kurt Solo; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 9:54 - Gemini p. Silvia
08/09/03: W-t Kurt Solo; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 13:29 - Silvia p. Money
09/27/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 11:31
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #6, lasted 4:28
10/11/03: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 6:34
11/08/03: L-t Brad Rainz; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 9:15 - Tyler p. Silvia
12/27/03: W-p. Alex Stone in 8:34
01/17/04: W-t Kid Justice; def. Trent Wylde and Kenny James in 11:26 - Silvia p. Wylde
01/31/04: L-t Pat Friday; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 4:33 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament semifinal match - Gemini p. Silvia
02/21/04: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 8:04
06/05/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 9:40
07/10/04: L-p. by TV champion Mikael Yamaha in 8:05
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #16, lasted 5:31, eliminated 1.0 wrestlers
11/04/04: W-p. Matt Houston in 6:49
02/05/05: W-p. Otto Schwanz in 13:25
Overall Record: 10-15
Singles Matches: 7-11
Tag Matches: 3-4
Title Matches: 0-6
Pinfalls Scored: 9
Pinfalls Lost: 13
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 5

RUSSELL SIMPSON
10/02/04: L-p. by Venus in 7:38
11/20/04: W-t Krissy Vaine and Venus; def. Amber O'Neal, GeeStar, and Chris Collins in 8:41 - Simpson p. Collins

JAY SINN
11/20/04: L-t Alex Adonis and Donnie Dollars; def. by Rob McBride, J-Money, and Shane West in 8:41 - West p. Sinn
12/04/04: L-p. by Shane West in 0:05 of the first stage of a Guantlet match
12/18/04: L-t Alex Adonis; def. by J-Money and Will Smooth in 10:19 - Smooth p. Sinn
01/08/05: W-t Alex Adonis and Donnie Dollars; def. Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:54
01/22/05: W-t Donnie Dollars; def. J-Money & Will B. Smooth and tag team champions American Steel Ninja & Brass Munkey in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match
01/29/05: L-t Donnie Dollars; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Ultra Dragon in 7:43 - Helmer p. Sinn
02/05/05: L-t Donnie Dollars and Alex Adonis; def. by Gemini Kid, Don, and Rocky Kernodle in 9:54
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 3:41
02/19/05: L-t Donnie Dollars; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 14:16 for the #1 contendership to the tag team titles - Money p. Sinn
02/25/05: L-t Gregory Vercetti; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 9:26 - Helmer p. Sinn
03/12/05: L-t Alex Adonis; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 8:54 - Money p. Sinn
03/26/05: W-t Alex Adonis; def. Matty D and Chris Collins in 8:43 - Sinn p. Collins
03/26/05: W-p. Gemini Kid in 7:57
04/02/05: L-p. by Ultra Dragon in 7:06
Overall Record: 4-10
Singles Matches: 1-3
Tag Matches: 3-7
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 8
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 6

MARK SLAIN
05/17/03: t Stephen O' Hara; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 11:19
05/31/03: W-t Stephen O' Hara and Kid Justice; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Magic Moon in 6:47
06/28/03: L-t Trent Wylde and Kenny James; def. by Sho' Nuff, Kid Justice, and Joe Storm in 7:21

WILL B. SMOOTH
04/03/04: L-t Tim Blaze; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 7:46 - Gee p. Smooth
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #12, lasted 1:30
10/02/04: L-def. by Kamikazi Kid in 12:40 of a four-corners match (w/ Chris Collins and J-Money)
11/06/04: L-t Tank Lawson; def. by Kid Justice and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 12:52
12/18/04: W-t J-Money; def. Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 10:19 - Smooth p. Sinn
01/08/05: L-t J-Money and Brass Munkey; def. by Alex Adonis, Jay Sinn, and Donnie Dollars in 12:54
01/22/05: L-t J-Money; def. by Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 13:20 of a non-title triangle match (w/ Brass Muney & American Steel Ninja) - Dollars p. Smooth
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 5:22
02/19/05: W-t J-Money; def. Donnie Dollars and Jay Sinn in 14:16 for the #1 contendership to the tag team titles
03/05/05: W-t J-Money; def. Garry Stevens and the Shadow in 15:34 - Smooth p. Shadow, retain #1 contendership
03/12/05: W-t J-Money; def. Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn in 8:54
03/19/05: W-t J-Money; def. Sean Powers in 9:29 of a handicap match - Smooth p. Powers, win tag team titles
03/26/05: W-t J-Money; def. Tank Lawson and Mitch Conner in 11:27 of a non-title match
04/02/05: W-t J-Money, Brass Munkey, and Kid Justice; def. Mitch Conner, Tank Lawson, Keenan Quinn, and Gregory Vercetti in 12:51
Overall Record: 7-7
Singles Matches: 0-3
Tag Matches: 7-4
Title Matches: 1-0
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 4

SEYMOUR SNOTT
03/23/02: W-p. J.T. Sparxx in 6:17
04/26/02: W-p. Brad Rainz in 8:09
06/01/02: W-p. Dave Greco in 6:27
06/29/02: W-t Johnny Blaze and Malaki; def. L.A. Stephens, Bert Tripp, and the Canadian Assasssin in 12:45 - Snott p. Assassin

KURT SOLO
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #18, lasted 1:31
04/26/02: L-def. by Corey Edsel in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender (w/ Otto Schwanz, Malaki, Bert Tripp, and Madd Maxx)
07/20/02: L-p. by Joey "Spank" Silva in 6:59
08/17/02: W-p. Joey "Spank" Silva in 6:53
08/31/02: W-p. L.A. Stephens in 6:19
09/07/02: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Trent Wylde and Chris Collins in 13:45
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #28, lasted 10:40, eliminated 0.5 wrestlers
10/19/02: W-p. J-Money in 6:32
11/16/02: L-t Ric Converse; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:08
11/30/02: L-t Ric Converse, Eddie Brown, and Brad Stutts; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and William Cross in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Gemini p. Solo in 13:52
02/01/03: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel by submission in 14:22
02/15/03: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 11:38 in the first match of a Triathlon Survivor match
02/15/03: L-t Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Corey Edsel, Mikael Yamaha, and Gemini Kid in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
05/03/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 6:28
05/31/02: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 19:06 of a 6-way match (w/ Bounty Hunter, Malaki, Ric Converse, and Otto Schwanz)
07/19/03: L-t Joey "Spank" Silvia; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 9:54
08/09/03: W-t Joey "Spank" Silvia; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 13:29
08/16/03: L-t Matt Houston; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 10:37
09/13/03: L-t Matt Houston; def. by def. by L.A. Cash, J-Money, and the Kamikazi Kid in 10:02 - Money p. Solo
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #2, lasted 12:58, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/11/03: W-t Matt Houston; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 16:04 to become the #1 contenders for the CWF/FWA-Carolinas tag team titles - Solo pinned Munkey
10/25/03: L-t Matt Houston; def. by Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 12:43 of a triangle match (with Ric Converse and Brad Rainz)
11/22/03: L-t Matt Houston; Drake Tungsten, and Brad Stutts; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, GeeStar, and Corey Edsel in an elimination match - Gee p. Solo in 23:55
Overall Record: 6-17
Singles Matches: 3-9
Tag Matches: 3-8
Title Matches: 0-3
Pinfalls Scored: 4
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 8

J.T. SPARXX
12/29/01: W-p. Tony Platinum in 6:53
01/26/02: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 9:20
03/23/02: L-p. by Seymour Snott in 6:17
04/26/02: L-p. by cruiserweight champion Sexton Tyler in 10:15
05/11/02: W-t "Slick" Ric Converse and GeeStar; def. Mikael Yamaha, Amber Holly, and Gemini Kid in 9:54
06/29/02: L-p. by Cham Pain in 7:39
Overall Record: 2-4
Singles Matches: 1-4
Tag Matches: 1-0
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 3

THE SPOILER
12/18/04: W-p. Chris Collins in 5:14

L.A. STEPHENS
12/29/01: L-t Ethan Cage and Kenny James; def. by Granite, Johnny Blaze, and Bert Tripp in 14:42
02/23/02: L-t Canadian Assassins, def. by Granite and Amazing Sideshow in 9:20 of a handicap match
03/23/02: W-t Amazing Sideshow; def. Granite in 9:05 of a handicap match - Stephens p. Granite
04/26/02: W-def. Kenny James by submission in 8:43
06/01/02: L-t Amazing Sideshow; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 13:13 of a triangle match (w/ Main Attraction) - J-Money p. Stephens
06/29/02: L-t Canadian Assassin and Bert Tripp; def. by Seymour Snott, Johnny Blaze and Malaki in 12:45
08/17/02: W-def. Tim Jackson by submission in 9:48
08/31/02: L-p. by Kurt Solo in 6:19
11/02/02: W-def. Trent Wylde by submission in 6:28
Overall Record: 4-5
Singles Matches: 3-1
Tag Matches: 1-4
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 4
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 2
Total Match Time-1:30:23

STEEL
02/23/02: L-t Jeff Justice; def. by C.W. Anderson and Cham Pain in 8:52 - Anderson p. Steel

ALI STEEL
01/05/02: W-p. Malaki in 7:26

"MR. PLEASURE" CHRIS STEELE
10/13/01: W-t Scott Powers; def. Eddie Brown and Bert Tripp in 10:17
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #28, lasted 2:28
12/29/01: L-t Scott Powers and Caprice Coleman; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly in 13:21
05/11/02: L-t Scott Powers; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 15:17 of a no-disqualification match - Rocky p. Steele
06/01/02: L-t Scott Powers; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 13:13 of a triangle match (w/ L.A. Stephens and Amazing Sideshow)
06/29/02: W-t Scott Powers; def. $outh$ide Playas in 15:43 - wins tag team titles
07/20/02: W-t Scott Powers; def. Cham Pain and C.W. Anderson in 9:06
Overall Record: 3-4
Singles Matches: 0-1
Tag Matches: 3-3
Title Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 0
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 4
Total Match Time-1:19:25

GARRY "MADD TRUCKER" STEVENS
12/27/03: W-t Shane West; def. Dexter Poindexter and Rob McBride in 7:22 - Stevens pinned Poindexter
01/17/04: L-t Shane West and Ric Converse; def. by Bounty Hunter, Corey Edsel, and Rob McBride in 16:21
02/07/04: W-t Shane West; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 9:34 - Stevens p. Munkey
02/21/04: W-t Shane West; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:52 - Stevens p. Money
03/06/04: L-t Shane West; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 7:38
04/03/04: L-t Jake Jones; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 10:30
04/17/04: W-t Shane West and Ric Converse; def. Corey Edsel, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 11:54
05/01/04: L-def. by Corey Edsel by submission in 4:10
06/05/04: L-t Shane West and Alex Adonis, def. by L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Rob McBride in 9:21
07/10/04: L-t Shane West; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 6:40 of a non-title match - Ninja p. West
07/31/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 9:56 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
08/07/04: W-t Alex Adonis; def. Rob McBride and Shane West in 9:52
08/28/04: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 8:05
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #22, lasted 2:02, eliminated 1.0 wrestlers
10/02/04: L-p. by Shane West in 9:01
10/23/04: W-p. Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 8:21 of a non-title match
11/06/04: L-t the Shadow; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:42
11/13/04: W-t Tim Blaze and Rob Killjoy; def. Rob McBride, J-Money, and Flaming Youth #2 in 12:56
11/20/04: W-t Sean Powers; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:40 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Stevens p. Ninja
11/20/04: W-t Hugh B. Johnson and Sean Powers; def. Corey Edsel, American Steel Ninja, and Brass Munkey in 10:01 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Stevens p. Munkey
11/27/04: L-def. by Heavyweight champion Coey Edsel in 24:03 of a Texas Death, title vs. title, promotion vs. promotion match
12/18/04: W-p. Ryin Andrews in 2:38
01/08/05: W-p. Chris Collins in 6:43
01/22/05: W-p. Chris Amos in 3:15
01/29/05: D-battled TV champion Jesse Ortega to a 10:00 time limit draw
02/05/05: W-p. Shane West in 7:35
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 13:04
02/19/05: W-p. Matty D in 3:14
02/25/05: L-t Mitch Conner and Alex Adonis; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, and Jesse Ortega in 12:04
03/05/05: L-t Shadow; def. by J-Money and Will B. Smooth in 15:34
03/19/05: W-p. Rob McBride in 10:12
04/02/05: W-t Corey Edsel; def. Rob McBirde and Shane West in 14:07 of a Texas Tornado match
Overall Record: 16-15-1
Single matches: 7-6-1
Tag matches: 9-9
Title matches: 0-3-1
Pinfalls Scored: 12
Pinfalls Lost: 4
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 4

SCAR STEVENS
03/05/05: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 8:08
03/19/05: L-def. by TV champion Jesse Ortega by submission in 7:15

"THE STIC" (VER. 2)
02/01/03: L-p. by American Steel Ninja in 5:23

ALEX STONE
10/25/03: L-t Jason Parker; def. by Krazy K and Dexter Poindexter in 12:41 - K p. Stone
11/22/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by J-Money and L.A. Cash in 6:36
12/13/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Brass Munkey and Dexter Poindexter in 9:02
12/27/03: L-p. by Joey Silvia in 8:34
01/17/04: L-t Draven Payne; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 16:41 of a non-title match - Gemini p. Stone
05/15/04: W-t Guillotine LaGrande; def. Dexter Poindexter and Jesse Ortega in 11:16
Overall Record: 1-5
Singles Matches: 0-1
Tag Matches: 1-4
Pinfalls Lost: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 5
Total Match Time-1:04:50

DAMIEN STORM
02/23/02: L-t Joe Storm; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 12:50 - Cash p. Damien Storm
03/23/02: W-t Joe Storm; def. J-Money and Bert Tripp in 6:59 - Damien p. Money, wins tag team titles

"ICEMAN" JOE STORM
07/28/01: W-t Madd Maxx; def. Jeff Justice and Rob McBride in 9:37
10/13/01: W-def. Rob McBride by submission in 9:06
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #26, lasted 1:14
11/17/01: W-t Granite; def. Corey Edsel and Rob McBride in 14:48
02/23/02: L-t Damien Storm; def. by tag team champions $outh$ide Playas in 12:50
03/23/02: W-t Damien Storm; def. J-Money and Bert Tripp in 6:59 - wins tag team titles
04/26/02: L-t Rob McBride; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 11:36
05/11/02: L-t Rob McBride; def. by the $outh$ide Playas in 9:12 - loses tag team titles
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #9, lasted 7:42, eliminated 2 wrestlers
02/01/03: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 4:30
04/26/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 8:18
05/17/03: W-t Rob McBride; def. L.A. Cash and Magic Moon in 9:16
06/28/03: W-t Sho' Nuff and Kid Justice; def. Trent Wylde, Kenny James, and Mark Slain in 7:21 - Storm def. Wylde by sub.
07/19/03: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:13
Overall Record: 7-7
Singles Matches: 2-3
Tag Matches: 5-4
Title Matches: 3-3
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 1
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 3

THE STRO
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #16, lasted 16:06, eliminated 4 wrestlers

MATT STRYKER
12/13/03: L-p. by Ric Converse in 16:08
08/28/04: W-p. Brad Attitude in 8:31
02/25/05: L-p. by Otto Schwanz in 12:47

BRAD STUTTS
11/30/02: L-t Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, and Eddie Brown; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and William Cross in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Cross p. Stutts in 25:49
01/25/03: L-p. by Rob McBride in 1:01
05/03/03: L-t Ric Converse; def. by Corey Edsel and GeeStar in 16:16 - Gee def. Stutts by submission
10/25/03: L-p. by Rob McBride in 4:21
11/22/03: L-t Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, and Drake Tungsten; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, GeeStar, and Corey Edsel in an elimination match - Ninja p. Stutts in 16:56
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #26, lasted 1:27
11/06/04: L-p. by Rob McBride in 5:04
11/20/04: L-t Xsiris and Mikael Yamaha; def. by Number Man, Kamikazi Kid, and Kid Kazi in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination - Stutts pinned Number Man in 7:12
Overall Record: 0-8
Singles Matches: 0-4
Tag Matches: 0-4
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 8

JOHNNY SUICIDE
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #13, lasted 2:37

SUPER MACK
10/23/04: L-p. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer

JENNY TAYLOR
08/09/03: W-t Kamikaze Kid; def. Xsiris and Special K in 19:21 - Taylor p. K
09/27/03: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Ric Converse and Special K in 11:10
11/22/03: W-p. Special K in 7:30
05/01/04: L-t Bounty Huntr; def. by Brad Attitude and Krissy Vaine in 11:54 - Vaine p. Taylor
05/15/04: L-p. by Krissy Vaine in 6:36
07/31/04: L-t Amber O'Neal; def. by Krissy Vaine and Brandi Wine in 11:43
Overall Record: 2-3
Singles Matches: 1-1
Tag Matches: 1-2
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 2

"BIG CAT" LINCOLN THORNE
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #23, lasted 5:21, eliminated 1 wrestler

TIK
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #6, lasted 0:46
11/17/01: L-p. by Tony Platinum in 5:59

"PLAYBOY" BERT TRIPP
06/23/01: L-t Los Latinos Locos; def. by $outh$ide Playas & Eddie Brown in 13:26 - Brown p. Tripp
07/28/01: W-p. Eddie Brown in 14:02
10/13/01: L-t Eddie Brown; def. by Main Attraction in 10:17 - Scott Powers p. Tripp
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #10, lasted 3:25
11/17/01: L-p. by Eddie Brown in 11:50 of a #1 contenders triangle match (w/ Jeff Justice)
12/29/01: W-t Granite and Johnny Blaze; def. Ethan Cage, Kenny James, and L.A. Stephens in 14:42
01/26/02: W-t Granite; def. Corey Edsel and Kenny James in 12:34
03/23/02: L-t J-Money; def. by Joe and Damien Storm in 6:59
04/26/02: L-def. by Corey Edsel in 12:57 of a 6-way match to determine the #1 contender (w/ Otto Schwanz, Malaki, Madd Maxx, and Kurt Solo)
06/29/02: L-t L.A. Stephens and Candain Assassin; def. by Seymour Snott, Johnny Blaze and Malaki in 12:45
Overall Record: 3-7
Singles Matches: 1-3
Tag Matches: 2-4
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 3
Total Match Time-1:52:57

DRAKE TUNGSTEN
08/17/02: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 14:21 - Cash p. Tungsten
08/31/02: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 6:31 - Tungsten p. Cash
09/28/02: L-t Hugh B. Johnson and Corey Edsel; def. by Bounty Hunter, L.A. Cash, and J-Money in 12:04
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #8, lasted 1:32, eliminated 1 wrestler
11/02/02: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Brass Munkey & J-Money in 11:43
12/28/02: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 14:34
01/11/03: L-t Sexton Tyler; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 21:00 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
02/01/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Joey Silva and Matt Magnum in 9:46 - Tungsten p. Silva
02/15/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 15:23 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match
02/15/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson and Kurt Solo; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Corey Edsel in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Gemini p. Tungsten
03/08/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Brass Munkey & American Steel Ninja in 9:51 - Tungsten p. Munkey
03/22/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Gemini Kid and Corey Edsel in 17:19 - Tungsten p. Gemini
04/12/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by tag team champions Gemini Kid and Mikael Yamaha in 9:37
04/26/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson and GeeStar; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 17:08 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
05/17/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Stephen O' Hara and Mark Slain in 11:19
05/31/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 8:35
06/28/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 15:47 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
07/19/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Kid Justice and Justin Flash in 00:43 - Tungsten p. Justice and Flash
07/19/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. Joe Storm and Rob McBride in 9:13 - Tungsten p. McBride
07/19/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 1:56 - Munkey p. Tungsten
08/09/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson and Matt Houston; def. by American Steel Ninja, Brass Munkey, and GeeStar in 12:34
08/16/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 6:08 of a non-title match
09/13/03: W-p. Brass Munkey in 9:49
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #13, lasted 6:12, eliminated 1.5 wrestlers
10/11/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Corey Edsel and C.W. Anderson in 12:39 - Edsel p. Tungsten
10/25/03: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. American Steel Ninja, Brass Munkey, and Corey Edsel in 17:03 - Tungsten p. Ninja
11/08/03: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:28 of a "Loser Leaves for 60 Days" match
11/22/03: L-t Kurt Solo, Matt Houston, and Brad Stutts; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, GeeStar, and Corey Edsel in an elimination match - Tungsten p. Munkey in 14:35, Gee p. Tungsten in 28:23
01/17/04: L-p. by GeeStar in 7:08 of a "10 lashes to the loser" match
01/31/04: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 4:31 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament first round match - Yamaha p. Tungsten
02/07/04: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 9:14 - Cash p. Tungsten
02/21/04: L-p. by Trent Wylde in 4:49
03/06/04: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Trent Wylde and Kid Justice in 7:55 - Wylde p. Tungsten
03/20/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 7:14
04/03/04: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:07 of a triangle match that also included Sean Powers and Mitch Norris
04/17/04: L-p. by Sean Powers in 6:27
06/26/04: L-def. by Coey Edsel by submission in 2:43
12/04/04: W-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 12:49 of a non-title match - Tungsten p. Ninja
12/18/04: L-t Matt Houston; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 5:22 of a non-title match - Munkey p. Tungsten
01/22/05: L-p. by Ultra Dragon in 6:55
02/19/05: D-t Mitch Conner and Tank Lawson; battled Brass Munkey, Matty D, and Chris Collins to a no-contest in 3:57
03/26/05: L-t Hugh B. Johnson; def. by Brass Munkey and Rob McBride in 10:02 - Munkey def. Tungsten by submission
Overall Record: 13-28-1
Singles Matches: 2-8
Tag Matches: 11-20-1
Title Matches: 0-5
Pinfalls Scored: 11
Pinfalls Lost: 19
Longest Winning Streak: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 7

SEXTON TYLER
05/05/01: L-p. by Mikael Yamaha in 2:20 (Lord of the Ring tournament match)
05/19/01: W-p. Sho' Nuff in 6:12
06/23/01: W-p. Nemesis in 6:51
07/28/01: W-p. Gemini Kid in 9:45
08/18/01: L-t Mikael Yamaha & Amber Holly; vs. Gemini Kid, Jeff Justice, and GeeStar in an elimination match - Gemini def. Tyler in 5:33
10/13/01: W-t Amber Holly; def. Gemini Kid and GeeStar in 11:00
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #27, lasted 5:20
11/17/01: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 14:02
12/29/01: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly; def. Caprice Coleman and Main Attraction in 13:21
01/05/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly; def. Gemini Kid, GeeStar, and Eddie Brown in 19:09
01/26/02: W-p. J.T. Sparxx in 9:20
02/23/02: W- def. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 7:05 of a triangle elimination match - Tyler p. Gemini in 7:05, wins Cruiserweight title
03/23/02: W-p. "Slick" Ric Converse in 12:22
04/26/02: W-p. J.T. Sparxx in 10:15
05/11/02: W-p. Nemesis in 6:48
06/29/02: W-p. "Slick" Ric Converse in 10:14
07/20/02: L-p. by "Slick" Ric Converse in 9:59 - loses Cruiserweight title
08/17/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly def. "Slick" Ric Converse, Corey Edsel, and GeeStar in 9:41 - Tyler p. Edsel
08/31/02: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Eddie Brown and Corey Edsel in 9:52
09/07/02: L-p. by Gemini Kid in 8:04
09/28/02: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 12:31
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #20, lasted 1:37, eliminated 1 wrestler
11/02/02: W-t Brandi Alexander; def. Mikael Yamaha and Amber Holly in 18:01
12/28/02: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 12:14
01/11/03: L-t Drake Tungsten; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha & Gemini Kid in 21:00
03/08/03: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 8:48
03/22/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 11:10
05/03/03: W-p. Stephen O' Hara in 7:40
09/13/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. Brad Attitude, Brad Rainz, and Ric Converse in 10:19 - Tyler p. Rainz
09/27/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:25
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #24, lasted 2:32
11/08/03: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Brad Rainz & Joey Silvia in 9:15 - Tyler p. Silvia
11/22/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 10:08 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match - Rainz p. Tyler
11/22/03: L-t Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid; def. by Brad Rainz, Brad Attitude, and Ric Converse in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
Overall Record: 21-13
Singles Matches: 13-8
Tag Matches: 8-5
Title Matches: 5-5
Pinfalls Scored: 16
Pinfalls Lost: 7
Longest Winning Streak: 8
Longest Losing Streak: 2

ULTRA DRAGON
01/08/05: W-p. Kamakazi Kid in 20:47
01/22/05: W-p. Drake Tungsten in 6:55
01/29/05: W-t "Mighty" Orlo Helmer; def. Jay Sinn and Donnie Dollars in 7:43
02/05/05: L-t Rob Killjoy, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice; def. by L.A. Wild One, Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem in 7:45
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 3:21
02/19/05: W-p. Xsiris in 8:07
03/12/05: W-p. Keenan Quinn in 4:59
03/26/05: W-t T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, and Xsiris; def. Scotty Blaze, Scotty Rocker, Gregory Vercetti, and Shawn Christian in 13:10
04/02/05: W-p. Jay Sinn in 7:06
Overall Record: 7-2
Singles Matches: 5-1
Tag Matches: 2-1
Pinfalls Scored: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 2

"SPECIAL K" KRISSY VAINE
05/31/03: L-p. by Amber Holly in 5:59
08/09/03: L-t Xsiris; def. by Kamikaze Kid and Jenny Taylor in 19:21 - Taylor p. K
09/27/03: W-t Ric Converse; def. Gemini Kid and Jenny Taylor in 11:10
11/22/03: L-p. by Jenny Taylor in 7:30
05/01/04: W-t Brad Attitude; def. Bounty Hunter and Jenny Taylor in 11:54 - Vaine p. Taylor
05/15/04: W-p. Jenny Taylor in 6:36
07/31/04: W-t Brandi Wine; def. Amber O'Neal & Jenny Taylor in 11:43 - Vaine p. O'Neal
08/10/04: L-p. by Amber O'Neal in 10:40
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #5, lasted 3:40, eliminated 0.5 wrestlers
10/23/04: W-t Venus; def. Amber O'Neal & GeeStar in 8:31
11/13/04: L-t Venus; def. by Amber O'Neal & GeeStar in 7:37
11/20/04: W-t Venus and Russell Simpson; def. Amber O'Neal, GeeStar, and Chris Collins in 8:41
01/22/05: D-battled Amber O'Neal to a draw in 7:41 as a result of a double pinfall in a AWA Women's World Title Contender match
02/06/05: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Xsiris & Amber O'Neal in 7:39
04/02/05: L-p. by Amber O'Neal in 8:43
Overall Record: 6-8-1
Singles Matches: 1-5-1
Tag Matches: 5-3
Pinfalls Scored: 3
Pinfalls Lost: 5
Longest Winning Streak: 3
Longest Losing Streak: 2

QUINSON VALENTINO
08/16/03: L-p. by Sean Powers in 5:42
09/27/03: W-p. Kid Justice in 6:46
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #11, lasted 7:44
10/25/03: L-p. by C.W. Anderson in 7:07
01/31/04: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 7:12 of a triangle match that also included Corey Edsel
05/01/04: L-p. by CWF Mid-Atlantic TV champion GeeStar in 6:43
06/05/04: W-p. Charlie Johnson in 8:47
08/28/04: L-p. by Corey Edsel in 6:59 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament Semifinal match
02/05/05: W-t L.A. Wild One, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem; def. Ultra Dragon, Rob Killjoy, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice in 7:45
02/06/05: L-p. by TV champion Jesse Ortega in 10:11
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 9:44
Overall Record: 3-8
Single Matches: 2-8
Tag Matches: 1-0
Title Matches: 1-3
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 4

"BOOGIE WOOGIE MAN" JIMMY VALIANT
03/27/04: L-t GeeStar; def. by Tim Blaze and Brandi Wine in 12:06 - Blaze p. Valiant

VENUS
10/02/04: W-p. Russell Simpson in 7:38
10/23/04: W-t Krissy Vaine; def. Amber O'Neal & GeeStar in 8:31 - Venus p. GeeStar
11/13/04: L-t Krissy Vaine; def. by Amber O'Neal & GeeStar in 7:37 - GeeStar p. Venus
11/20/04: W-t Krissy Vaine and Russell Simpson; def. Amber O'Neal, GeeStar, and Chris Collins in 8:41

GREGORY VERCETTI
10/02/04: L-t Alex Adonis; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 10:56 - Orlo p. Vercetti
11/20/04: L-def. by Ryin Andrews via submission in 11:43 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
01/08/05: W-p. Matty D in 9:24
01/22/05: L-p. by TV champion Jesse Ortega in 8:20
01/29/05: W-t Alex Adonis; def. J-Money & Will B. Smooth in 8:04 - Vercetti p. Money
02/05/05: L-p. by TV champion Jesse Ortega in 9:27
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 00:28
02/19/05: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kid Justice in 9:33
02/25/05: L-t Jay Sinn; def. by "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 9:26
03/26/05: L-t Scotty Rocker, Shawn Christian, and Scotty Blaze; def. by T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, Ultra Dragon, and Xsiris in 13:10 - Xsiris p. Vercetti
04/02/05: L-t Mitch Conner, Keenan Quinn, and Tank Lawson; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, J-Money, and Will B. Smooth in 12:51
Overall Record: 2-9
Single Matches: 1-5
Tag Matches: 1-4
Title Matches: 0-3
Pinfalls Scored: 2
Pinfalls Lost: 6
Longest Losing Streak: 6

ASHLEY WALKER
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #21, lasted 2:12

WILLIAM WEALTH III
03/03/01: W-p. Sho' Nuff in 3:21
03/03/01: L-t Mr. Chance Alberta, Black Hart, Patrick O'Hara, Gemini Kid, Jeff Justice; def. by Don and Rocky Kernodle in 7:28 of a 3-fall handicap match
10/13/01: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha in 8:01
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #15, lasted 5:24
03/23/02: L-p. by Skulletto in 5:57
Overall Record: 1-4
Singles Matches: 1-3
Tag Matches: 0-1
Title Matches: 0-1
Pinfalls Scored: 1
Pinfalls Lost: 2
Longest Losing Streak: 4
Total Match Time-30:11

"WILD" SHANE WEST
12/27/03: W-t Garry Stevens; def. Dexter Poindexter and Rob McBride in 7:22
01/17/04: L-t Garry Stevens and Ric Converse; def. by Bounty Hunter, Corey Edsel, and Rob McBride in 16:21 - Bounty p. West
02/07/04: W-t Garry Stevens; def. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 9:34
02/21/04: W-t Garry Stevens; def. L.A. Cash and J-Money in 11:52
03/06/04: L-t Garry Stevens; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 7:38 - Munkey p. West
04/17/04: W-t Garry Stevens and Ric Converse; def. Corey Edsel, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 11:54
05/15/04: L-def. by Corey Edsel by submission in 3:14 of the second stage of a Guantlet match
06/05/04: L-t Garry Stevens and Alex Adonis; def. by L.A. Cash, J-Money, and Rob McBride in 9:21- Money p. West
07/10/04: L-t Garry Stevens; def. by tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 6:40 of a non-title match - Ninja p. West
08/07/04: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Garry Stevens and Alex Adonis in 9:52 - Adonis p. West
10/02/04: W-p. Garry Stevens in 9:01
11/20/04: W-t Rob McBride and J-Money; def. Alex Adonis, Donnie Dollars, and Jay Sinn in 8:41 - West p. Sinn
12/04/04: W-p. Jay Sinn in 0:05 of the first stage of a Guantlet match
12/04/04: W-p. "Big" Donnie Dollars in 6:33 of the second stage of a Guantlet match
01/22/05: W-p. Matt Houston in 2:24
02/05/05: L-p. by Garry Stevens in 7:35
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 5:28
03/05/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 10:06
03/12/05: W-t Rob McBride; def. Mitch Conner and Kenny James in 9:41 - West p. James
03/19/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 7:55
04/02/05: L-t Rob McBride; def. by Corey Edsel and Garry Stevens in 14:07 of a Texas Tornado match - Edsel p. West
Overall Record: 10-11
Single Matches: 4-5
Tag Matches: 6-6
Pinfalls Scored: 6
Pinfalls Lost: 10
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 4

L.A. WILD ONE
02/05/05: W-t Quinson Valentino, Tank Lawson, & "Suicide" Shawn Mayhem; def. Ultra Dragon, Rob Killjoy, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, & Kid Justice in 7:45 - Wild One p. Killjoy

LEE WILLIAMS
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #30, lasted 2:36

BRANDI WINE
03/27/04: W-t Tim Blaze; def. Jimmy Valiant and GeeStar in 12:06
06/26/04: L-p. by Amber O' Neal in 8:17
07/31/04: W-t Krissy Vaine; def. Amber O'Neal & Jenny Taylor in 11:43

BILLY WINFIELD
03/20/04: L-t Sean Powers; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 11:26 - Munkey p. Winfield

"TREMENDOUS" TRENT WYLDE (also made one appearance as the CANADIAN ASSASSIN)
09/07/02: L-t Chris Collins; def. by Corey Edsel and Kurt Solo in 13:45 - Edsel p. Wylde
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #15, lasted 3:28
10/19/02: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 3:36 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
10/19/02: L-p. by Eddie Brown in 0:53
11/02/02: L-def. by L.A. Stephens by submission in 6:28
03/08/03: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Corey Edsel in 3:32 of a non-title bout
03/22/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kamakazi Kid in 3:16
04/12/03: L-t Kenny James; def. by American Steel Ninja and Sho' Nuff in 5:56 - Ninja p. Wylde
04/26/03: L-t Kenny James; def. by Pat Cusick and Stephen O' Hara in 9:57 - O' Hara p. Wylde
05/03/03: L-t Canadian Assassin #2; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 7:48 of a non-title match - Gemini p. Wylde
05/17/03: L-t Kenny James; def. by American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 9:20 - Ninja p. Wylde
05/31/03: L-t Kenny James and Magic Moon; def. by Stephen O' Hara, Mark Slain, and Kid Justice in 6:47 - O'Hara p. Wylde
06/28/03: L-t Kenny James and Mark Slain; def. by Sho' Nuff, Kid Justice, and Joe Storm in 7:21 - Storm def. Wylde by subm.
07/19/03: L-t Chris Collins; def. by Otto Schwanz and Sean Powers in 7:25 - Schwanz p. Wylde
08/09/03: L-p. by Bounty Hunter in 5:46
08/16/03: L-p. by Mitch Norris in 6:12
09/13/03: L-p. by Rob McBride in 5:51
09/27/03: L-t Kenny James; def. by Otto Schwanz and C.W. Anderson in 8:24
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #5, lasted 30:12, eliminated 4 wrestlers
10/25/03: L-t Kenny James; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 7:09 - Powers p. Wylde
11/08/03: L-p. by Kid Justice in 6:43 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/22/03: L-t Alex Stone; def. by J-Money and L.A. Cash in 6:36 - Money p. Wylde
12/13/03: L-t Alex Stone; def. by Brass Munkey and Dexter Poindexter in 9:02 - Munkey p. Wylde
12/27/03: L-t Xsiris; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:58 - Ninja p. Wylde
01/17/04: L-t Kenny James; def. by Kid Justice and Joey Silvia in 11:26 - Silvia p. Wylde
02/07/04: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 10:18
02/21/04: W-p. Drake Tungsten in 4:49
03/06/04: W-t Kid Justice; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 7:55 - Wylde p. Tungsten
03/20/04: W-p. Hugh B. Johnson in 8:06
03/27/04: L-t Jesse Ortega; def. by Mitch Norris and Sean Powers in 12:40 - Powers p. Wylde
04/03/04: W-p. Scotty Mathews in 4:35
05/01/04: L-p. by CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 7:54
05/15/04: L-p. by CWF Mid-Atlantic TV champion GeeStar in 6:19
06/05/04: L-def. by Corey Edsel by submission in 5:43
06/26/04: L-def. by Otto Schwanz by submission in 10:18
07/10/04: L-p. by Jesse Ortega in 8:25 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
07/31/04: L-p. by Kid Justice in 6:48 of a triangle match (w/ Alex Adonis)
08/07/04: W-t Ric Converse and Brad Attitude; def. GeeStar, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 13:02 - Wylde p. Ninja
08/28/04: L-p. by Tim Blaze in 2:57
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #14, lasted 4:24, eliminated 1.5 wrestlers
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #21 (as the Canadian Assassin), lasted 1:10
10/23/04: L-t Mitch Norris and Sean Powers; def. by Kid Justice, Brass Munkey, and American Steel Ninja in 9:09
11/13/04: L-t Brad Attitude; def. by Kamikazi Kid and Jesse Ortega in 12:30 - Kazi p. Wylde
11/20/04: L-t Brad Attitude and Ric Converse; def. by Kid Justice, "Mighty" Orlo Helmer, and Jesse Ortega in 15:54 of an elimination match - Ortega p. Wylde in 12:37
12/04/04: L-t Ric Converse; def. by Corey Edsel and "Mighty" Orlo Helmer in 11:17 - Orlo p. Wylde
12/18/04: L-p. by Rob McBride in 2:55
Overall Record: 6-40
Singles Matches: 4-21
Tag Matches: 2-19
Title Matches: 0-2
Pinfalls Scored: 6
Pinfalls Lost: 35
Longest Winning Streak: 4
Longest Losing Streak: 25

XSIRIS/CALEB X
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #11, lasted 0:55
10/19/02: L-p. by Kamakazi Kid in 7:21 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match
11/16/02: W-t Brad Rainz; def. Kamakazi Kid and Brass Munkey in 10:17
11/30/02: W-t Kenny James; def. J-Money and Hangtime in 10:43
12/14/02: W-p. Chris Collins in 6:53
12/28/02: L-t Kenny James; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 8:10
01/11/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kamakazi Kid in 9:40
01/25/03: L-t Brad Attitude and GeeStar; def. by Mikael Yamaha, Gemini Kid, and Amber Holly in 15:38 - Yamaha p. Xsiris
02/01/03: L-t Ric Converse; def. by tag team champions Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 17:43 - Gemini p. Xsiris
02/15/03: L-p. by Rising Generation League champion Kamakazi Kid in 9:16 of a mask vs. mask match
03/22/03: W-p. Magic Moon in 8:18
04/12/03: W-p. Brass Munkey in 7:03
04/26/03: W-t Joey "Spank" Silvia; def. American Steel Ninja and Brass Munkey in 11:24 - Xsiris p. Ninja
05/17/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 10:52
05/31/03: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion J-Money in 8:13
07/19/03: W-p. Kamikaze Kid in 17:26 of a no-disqualification match - wins Rising Generation League title
08/09/03: L-t Special K; def. by Kamikaze Kid and Jenny Taylor in 19:21
08/16/03: W-p. Kenny James in 7:12
09/13/03: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 15:42 of a non-title bout
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #22, lasted 13:38, eliminated 2 wrestlers
10/11/03: W-p. Kid Justice in 6:53
10/25/03: W-t Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson; def. Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, and Corey Edsel in 17:03
11/08/03: W-p. J-Money in 16:23 - wins Cruiserweight title
11/22/03: L-p. by Kamikazi Kid pinned in 13:44 of a "Rising Generation League" Round One tournament match - loses Rising Generation League title
12/13/03: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 12:10
12/27/03: L-t Trent Wylde; def. by Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja in 13:58
01/17/04: W-p. Dexter Poindexter in 9:17
01/31/04: W-p. Kamikazi Kid in 10:31
02/07/04: W-p. Gemini Kid in 10:18
02/21/04: W-p. Brass Munkey in 7:08
03/06/04: W-p. Matt Dillinger in 8:57
03/20/04: D-battled GeeStar to a 10:00 time limit draw
03/27/04: D-battled Corey Edsel to a 10:00 time limit draw
04/03/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 7:50
04/17/04: L-p. by GeeStar in 9:04 - loses TV title
05/01/04: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. Jesse Ortega and Kid Justice in 9:04
05/15/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Kamakazi Kid and Krazy K in 12:54
06/05/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Kamakazi Kid and Kid Justice in 16:44 - Kamakazi p. Xsiris
06/26/04: L-p. by Kid Justice in 8:16
07/10/04: W-p. Rob McBride in 10:49
07/31/04: W-p. Brass Munkey in 12:45 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament first round match
08/07/04: L-def. by Corey Edsel by submission in 14:15 of a Johnny Weaver Cup tournament quarterfinal match
08/28/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, Kid Justice, and J-Money in 8:27
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #9, lasted 5:50, eliminated 2.0 wrestlers
10/23/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha; def. by Kamikazi Kid and Number Man in 16:43
11/13/04: W-t Mikael Yamaha; def. "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 11:01 - Xsiris p. Orlo
11/20/04: L-t Mikael Yamaha and Brad Stutts; def. by Number Man, Kamikazi Kid, and Kid Kazi in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination - Kid Kazi p. Xsiris in 12:55, Number Man p. Xsiris in 15:47, Kamikazi Kid p. Xsiris in 18:16
12/18/04: D-battled Kamikazi Kid, Number Man, and Mid-Atlantic TV champion Mikael Yamaha to a 10:00 time limit draw in a "Fatal 4 Way" match
01/22/05: L-p. by Heavyweight champion Ric Coverse in 9:56
01/29/05: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 11:22
02/06/05: L-Cadillac Battle Royal; lasted 11:36
02/06/05: W-t Amber O'Neal; def. Mikael Yamaha & Krissy Vaine in 7:39 - Xsiris p. Yamaha
02/19/05: L-p. by Ultra Dragon in 8:07
02/25/05: W-p. Mikael Yamaha in 10:11
03/12/05: W-p. Kid Justice in 7:13
03/26/05: W-t T.J. Mack, Kirby Mack, and Ultra Dragon; def. Scotty Blaze, Scotty Rocker, Gregory Vercetti, and Shawn Christian in 13:10 - Xsiris p. Vercetti
04/02/05: W-t Ricky Landel; def. Kirby Mack and T.J. Mack in 13:42 of the first stage of a guantlet match - Xsiris p. Kirby Mack
04/02/05: W-t Ricky Landel; def. Chris Collins and Matty D in 3:02 of the second stage of a guantlet match
Overall Record: 29-26-3
Singles Matches: 19-16-3
Tag Matches: 10-10
Title Matches: 10-7-3
Pinfalls Scored: 22
Pinfalls Lost: 17
Longest Winning Streak: 5
Longest Losing Streak: 5

MIKAEL YAMAHA
12/30/00: L-p. by Cruiserweight champion Gemini Kid in 13:06 of a triangle match (w/ Hot Property)
01/27/01: W-p. Gemini Kid in 10:50 of a Career vs. Title match - wins Cruiserweight title
03/03/01: W-def. Gemini Kid in 9:51 of a ladder match
04/07/01: L-t Amber Holly; def. by Myles Long and Erotica in 14:07 - Erotica p. Yamaha
05/05/01: W-p. Sexton Tyler in 2:20 (Lord of the Ring tournament match)
05/05/01: L-t Sho' Nuff; def. by $outh$ide Playas in 6:01
05/19/01: W-p. Nemesis in 10:18
06/23/01: W-p. Gemini Kid in 8:59 of a hair vs. hair match
07/28/01: W-p. Nemesis in 14:02
08/18/01: W-t Sexton Tyler & Amber Holly; def. Gemini Kid, Jeff Justice, and GeeStar in an elimination match - Yamaha p. GeeStar in 14:19, Gemini in 14:33, and Justice in 18:37
10/13/01: W-p. William Wealth III in 8:01
10/13/01: L-Indy Rumble: #5, lasted 29:01, eliminated 5 wrestlers
11/17/01: W-p. Sexton Tyler in 14:02
12/16/01: L-t Amber Holly; def. by Gemini Kid and GeeStar in 12:51 - Gemini p. Yamaha
12/29/01: W-t Amber Holly and Sexton Tyler; def. Caprice Coleman and Main Attraction in 13:21
01/5/02: W-t Amber Holly and Sexton Tyler; def. Gemini Kid, GeeStar, and Eddie Brown in 19:09 - Yamaha p. Gemini
01/26/02: W-p. Caprice Coleman in 5:48
02/23/02: L-def. by Sexton Tyler in 7:05 of a triangle elimination match (w/ Gemini Kid) - Gemini p. Yamaha in 5:32, loses Cruiserweight title
03/23/02: W-def. Gemini Kid in 18:07 of a Texas Death match
04/26/02: L-t Amber Holly; def. by "Slick" Ric Converse and GeeStar in 10:54 - Converse p. Yamaha
05/11/02: L-t Amber Holly and Gemini Kid; def. by "Slick" Ric Converse, GeeStar, and J.T. Sparxx in 9:54 - Converse p. Yamaha
06/01/02: W-p. Billy Reil in 16:33
07/20/02: W-t Madd Maxx; def. Corey Edsel and Otto Schwanz in 9:07 - Yamaha p. Edsel
08/17/02: W-t Amber Holly and Sexton Tyler; def. "Slick" Ric Converse, Corey Edsel, and GeeStar in 9:41
08/31/02: W-t Sexton Tyler; def. Eddie Brown and Corey Edsel in 9:52 - Yamaha p. Brown
09/07/02: W-p. Cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse in 10:05 of a non-title match
09/28/02: L-p. by Sexton Tyler in 12:31
09/28/02: L-Indy Rumble: #21, lasted 5:53, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/19/02: W-p. Eddie Brown in 6:17
11/02/02: L-t Amber Holly; def. by Sexton Tyler and Brandi Alexander in 18:01
11/16/02: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Ric Converse and Kurt Solo in 16:08 - Yamaha p. Converse
11/30/02: W-t Gemini Kid and William Cross; def. Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, Eddie Brown, and Brad Stutts in in 25:49 of a handicap elimination match - Yamaha p. Converse in 23:24
12/14/02: L-def. by Cruiserweight champion Ric Converse in a 30:00 Ironman match - Converse p. Yamaha in 10:27, Converse p. Yamaha in 16:08, Yamaha p. Converse in 20:50
12/28/02: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 14:34 - wins vacant tag team titles
01/11/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Drake Tungsten and Sexton Tyler in 21:00 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
01/25/03: W-t Gemini Kid and Amber Holly; def. GeeStar, Brad Attitude, and Xsiris in 15:38 - Yamaha p. Xsiris
02/01/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Xsiris and Ric Converse in 17:43
02/15/03: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 15:23 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match
02/15/03: W-t Gemini Kid and Corey Edsel; def. Drake Tungsten, Hugh B. Johnson, and Kurt Solio in 14:09 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
03/08/03: L-p. by Brad Attitude in 18:18
04/12/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 9:37 - Yamaha p. Johnson
04/26/03: W-t Gemini Kid and Amber Holly; def. GeeStar, Drake Tungsten, and Hugh B. Johnson in 17:08 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
05/03/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Trent Wylde and Canadian Assassin #2 in 7:48 of a non-title match
05/17/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 20:28
05/31/03: W-p. Brad Rainz in 14:38
06/28/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Drake Tungsten and Hugh B. Johnson in 15:47 - Yamaha p. Tungsten
07/19/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Joey "Spank" Silvia and Kurt Solo in 9:54
08/09/03: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 39:05 of a best two out of three falls match - lose tag team titles (Fall 3: Attitude pinned Yamaha in 14:10)
09/13/03: W-t Gemini Kid and Sexton Tyler; def. Brad Attitude, Brad Rainz, and Ric Converse in 10:19
09/27/03: L-t Sexton Tyler; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 13:25 - Rainz p. Yamaha
09/27/03: L-Indy Rumble: #4, lasted 4:47, eliminated 1 wrestler
10/25/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Brad Rainz & Ric Converse and Kurt Solo & Matt Houston in 12:43 of a triangle match
11/08/03: W-t Sexton Tyler; def. Brad Rainz and Joey Silvia in 9:15
11/22/03: L-t Sexton Tyler; def. by Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 10:08 in the second match of a Triathlon Survivor match
11/22/03: L-t Sexton Tyler and Gemini Kid; def. by Brad Rainz, Brad Attitude, and Ric Converse in 4:50 in the third match of a Triathlon Survivor match
12/27/03: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 16:57 of a hair vs. titles match - Yamaha p. Rainz, win tag team titles
01/17/04: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Alex Stone and Draven Payne in 16:41 of a non-title match
01/31/04: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Hugh B. Johnson and Drake Tungsten in 4:31 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament first round match - Yamaha p. Tungsten
01/31/04: W-t Gemini Kid; def. Pat Friday and Joey Silvia in 4:33 of a Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament semifinal match
01/31/04: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 8:00 in the finals of the Carolinas Invitational tag team tournament - Attitude p. Yamaha, lose tag team titles
02/07/04: L-p. by Trent Wylde in 10:18
02/21/04: L-t Gemini Kid; def. by tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 9:15
03/06/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 10:46
04/17/04: W-p. Jesse Ortega in 16:00
05/01/04: W-t Xsiris; def. Jesse Ortega and Kid Justice in 9:04 - Yamaha p. Justice
05/15/04: L-t Xsiris; def. by Kamakazi Kid and Krazy K in 12:54 - Kamakazi p. Yamaha
06/05/04: L-t Xsiris; def. by Kamakazi Kid and Kid Justice in 16:44
06/26/04: W-p. GeeStar in 8:48 - wins TV title
07/10/04: W-p. Joey Silvia in 8:05
07/31/04: D-battled Rob McBride to a 10:00 time limit draw
08/10/04: W-p. Tank Lawson in 5:34
08/28/04: L-t Xsiris, Mitch Norris, and Sean Powers; def. by Brass Munkey, American Steel Ninja, Kid Justice, and J-Money in 8:27 - Justice p. Yamaha
09/18/04: W-p. Amber O'Neal in 7:03
09/18/04: L-Indy Rumble: #1, lasted 6:51, eliminated 0.5 wrestlers
10/23/04: L-t Xsiris; def. by Kamikazi Kid and Number Man in 16:43 - Kamikazi p. Yamaha
11/13/04: W-t Xsiris; def. "Mighty" Orlo Helmer and Kid Justice in 11:01
11/20/04: L-t Xsiris and Brad Stutts; def. by Number Man, Kamikazi Kid, and Kid Kazi in 18:16 of a masks vs. hair "Triple Jeopardy" reverse elimination - Yamaha p. Number Man in 10:16
12/18/04: D-battled Xsiris, Kamikazi Kid, Number Man to a 10:00 time limit draw in a "Fatal 4 Way" match
01/08/05: L-p. by Number Man (Jesse Ortega) in 13:22 - loses TV title
01/22/05: W-p. Chris Collins in 7:02
02/06/05: L-t Krissy Vaine; def. by Xsiris & Amber O'Neal in 7:39 - Xsiris p. Yamaha
02/19/05: L-p. by Rob McBride in 14:01
02/25/05: L-p. by Xsiris in 10:11
03/05/05: W-p. Keenan Quinn in 2:21
03/12/05: W-p. American Steel Ninja in 8:26
04/02/05: L-p. by Gemini Kid in 15:35 of a "Brass Knuckles on a Pole" match
Overall Record: 51-33-2
Singles Matches: 23-14-2
Tag Matches: 28-19
Title Matches: 23-8-2
Pinfalls Scored: 39
Pinfalls Lost: 22
Longest Winning Streak: 7
Longest Losing Streak: 3
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TITLE HISTORIES

CWF MID-ATLANTIC HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE
1. David Taylor (inagural champion)

2. Jeff Justice (title reign lasted 9 days)
-pinned David Taylor to win the title (Myrtle Beach, SC; 2/22/02)

3. Madd Maxx (title reign lasted 9 months, 26 days)
-pinned Jeff Justice in 6:28 to win the title (Graham, NC; 3/3/01)
V1: pinned Ethan Cage in 8:19 (Sugar Grove, NC; 4/7/01)
V2: pinned Jeff Justice in 10:00 (Graham, NC; 6/23/01)
V3: teamed with ECPW champion Joe Storm and defeated Jeff Justice and Rob McBride in 9:37 (Graham, NC; 7/28/01)

4. Eddie Brown (title reign lasted 6 months)
-pinned Madd Maxx in 12:23 to win the title (Graham, NC; 12/29/01)
V1: pinned Kenny James in 7:01 (Graham, NC; 3/23/02)
V2: pinned Corey Edsel in 8:35 (Graham, NC; 4/26/02)

5. Otto Schwanz (title reign lasted 4 months, 4 days)
-pinned Eddie Brown in 14:40 to win the title (Graham, NC; 6/29/02)
V1: pinned Dewey Cheatum in 11:58 (Kannapolis, NC; 8/17/02)
V2: pinned Pat Cusick in 19:46 (Graham, NC; 9/28/02)

6. Corey Edsel (title reign lasted 1 year, 1 month, 25 days)
-pinned Otto Schwanz in 13:09 to win the title (Graham, NC; 11/2/02)
V1: pinned Otto Schwanz in 15:16 (Burlington, NC; 11/30/02)
V2: pinned Eddie Brown in 12:03 (Graham, NC; 12/28/02)
V3: defeated Kurt Solo by submission in 14:22 (Burlington, NC; 2/1/03)
V4: pinned Joe Storm in 8:18 (Graham, NC; 4/26/03)
V5: defeated Otto Schwanz, "Slick" Ric Converse, Kurt Solo, Bounty Hunter, and Malaki in 19:06 of a 6-way match when he pinned Malaki (Burlington, NC; 5/31/03)
V6: pinned Bounty Hunter in 10:25 (Burlington, NC; 6/28/03)
V7: pinned Ric Converse in 14:22 of a no-disqualification match (Wentworth, NC; 8/9/03)
V8: pinned Hugh B. Johnson in 9:31 (Burlington, NC; 9/27/03)
V9: pinned "Red Hot" Tim Blaze in 4:14 (Burlington, NC; 12/13/03)

7. Ric Converse (title reign lasted 9 months, 5 days)
-pinned Corey Edsel in 14:52 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 12/27/03)
V1: defeated Corey Edsel and Quinson Valentino in 7:12 of a triangle match (Seagrove, NC; 1/31/04)
V2: pinned Rob McBride in 11:50 (Burlington, NC; 2/7/04)}
V3: pinned Bounty Hunter in 8:32 (Burlington, NC; 2/21/04)
V4: pinned Bounty Hunter in 12:07 (Ramseur, NC; 3/27/04)
V5: pinned Trent Wylde in 7:54 (Burlington, NC; 5/1/04)
V6: pinned Joey Silvia in 9:40 (Burlington, NC; 6/5/04)
V7: battled Corey Edsel to a double-countout in 14:15 (Burlington, NC; 7/10/04)
V8: pinned Mitch Norris (Savannah, GA; 8/21/04)
V9: battled Corey Edsel to a 30:00 time limit draw (Burlington, NC; 9/18/04)

8. Corey Edsel (title reign lasted 2 months, 16 days)
-pinned Ric Converse in 22:28 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 10/2/04)
V1: defeated Ric Converse by countout in 16:28 (Greensboro, NC; 10/17/04)
V2: pinned Sean Powers in 16:54 (Burlington, NC; 11/6/04)
V3: pinned Ric Converse in 14:30 (Asheboro, NC; 11/13/04)
V4: defeated Garry Stevens in 24:03 of a Texas Death match (Mt. Airy, NC; 11/27/04)

9. Ric Converse
-pinned Corey Edsel in 14:29 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 12/18/04)
V1: pinned Xsiris in 9:56 (Burlington, NC; 1/22/05)
V2: pinned American Steel Ninja in 10:15 (Greensboro, NC; 1/29/05)
V3: pinned Brad Attitude in 20:12 (Seagrove, NC; 2/5/05)
V4: pinned Brad Attitude in 6:32 (Greensboro, NC; 2/6/05)
V5: pinned Otto Schwanz in 13:43 (Burlington, NC; 2/19/05)
V6: pinned Brad Attitude in 14:00 (Greensboro, NC; 2/25/05)
V7: pinned Shane West in 10:06 (Mt. Airy, NC; 3/5/05)
V8: pinned Gemini Kid in 17:39 (Burlington, NC; 3/12/05)
V9: pinned Shane West in 7:55 (Pffatown, NC; 3/19/05)
V10: pinned Jesse Ortega in 15:08 (Burlington, NC; 3/26/05)

CWF MID-ATLANTIC TELEVISION TITLE (formerly the CRUISERWEIGHT TITLE from inception thru 1/31/04)
1. Gemini Kid (inagural champion)
V1: def. Mikael Yamaha and Hot Property in 13:06 of a triangle match when he pinned Yamaha (Graham, NC; 12/30/00)

2. Mikael Yamaha (title reign lasted 1 year, 27 days)
-pinned Gemini Kid in 10:50 of a Career vs. Title match to win the title (Wilson, NC; 1/26/01)
V1: defeated Gemini Kid in 9:51 of a ladder match (Graham, NC; 3/3/01)
V2: pinned Nemesis in 10:18 (Burlington, NC; 5/19/01)
V3: pinned Gemini Kid in 8:59 of a hair vs. hair match (Graham, NC; 6/23/01)
V4: pinned Nemesis in 14:02 (Graham, NC; 7/28/01)
V5: teamed with Amber Holly and Sexton Tyler and defeated Gemini Kid, GeeStar, and Jeff Justice in 18:18 of an elimination match (Burlington, NC; 8/18/01)
V6: pinned William Wealth III in 8:01(Graham, NC; 10/13/01)
V7: pinned Sexton Tyler in 14:02 (Graham, NC; 11/17/01)
V8: pinned Caprice "Ice" Coleman in 5:48 (Graham, NC; 1/26/02)

3. Sexton Tyler (title reign lasted 4 months, 27 days)
-defeated Gemini Kid and Mikael Yamaha in 7:05 of a triangle elimination match to win the title (Graham, NC; 2/23/02)
V1: pinned "Slick" Ric Converse in 12:22 (Graham, NC; 3/23/02)
V2: pinned Nemesis in 6:48 (Burlington, NC; 5/11/02)
V3: pinned "Slick" Ric Converse in 10:14 (Graham, NC; 6/29/02)

4. "Slick" Ric Converse (title reign lasted 7 months, 16 days)
-pinned Sexton Tyler in 9:59 to win the title (Graham, NC; 7/20/02)
V1: pinned Kamikaze Kid in 5:03 (Graham, NC; 8/31/02)
V2: pinned American Steel Ninja in 10:31 (Graham, NC; 9/28/02)
V3: defeated Mikael Yamaha in a 30:00 Ironman match (Burlington, NC; 12/14/02)
V4: pinned Joey "Spank" Silvia in 8:19 (Graham, NC; 12/28/02)
V5: pinned American Steel Ninja in 9:00 (Burlington, NC; 1/11/03)

5. J-Money (title reign lasted 8 months)
-pinned "Slick" Ric Converse in 13:40 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 3/8/03)
V1: pinned Sexton Tyler in 11:10 (Burlington, NC; 3/22/03)
V2: pinned Brad Rainz in 10:24 (Graham, NC; 4/26/03)
V3: pinned Xsiris in 10:52 (Burlington, NC; 5/17/03)
V4: pinned Xsiris in 8:13 (Burlington, NC; 5/31/03)
V5: pinned Nemesis in 7:02 (Burlington, NC; 6/28/03)
V6: pinned Joey "Spank" Silvia in 11:31 (Burlington, NC; 9/27/03)
V7: pinned Kamikazi Kid in 11:50 (Burlington, NC; 10/25/03)

6. Xsiris (title reign lasted 5 months, 9 days)
-pinned J-Money in 16:23 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 11/8/03)
V1: pinned American Steel Ninja in 12:10 (Burlington, NC; 12/13/03)
V2: pinned Dexter Poindexter in 9:17 (Burlington, NC; 1/17/04)
V3: pinned Kamikazi Kid in 10:31 (Seagrove, NC; 1/31/04)
V4: pinned Gemini Kid 10:12 (Burlington, NC; 2/7/04)
V5: pinned Brass Munkey in 7:08 (Burlington, NC; 2/21/04)
V6: pinned Matt Dillinger in 8:57 (Burlington, NC; 3/6/04)
V7: battled GeeStar to a 10:00 time limit draw (Burlington, NC; 3/20/04)
V8: battled Corey Edsel to a 10:00 time limit draw (Ramseur, NC; 3/27/04)
V9: pinned Jesse Ortega in 7:50 (Burlington, NC; 4/3/04)

7. GeeStar (title reign lasted 2 months, 9 days)
-pinned Xsiris in 9:04 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 4/17/04)
V1: pinned Quinson Valentino in 6:43 (Burlington, NC; 5/1/04)
V2: pinned Trent Wylde in 6:19 (Burlington, NC; 5/15/04)
V3: pinned Jesse Ortega in 6:08 (Burlington, NC; 6/5/04)

8. Mikael Yamaha (title reign lasted 6 months, 13 days)
-pinned GeeStar in 8:48 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 6/26/04)
V1: pinned Joey Silvia in 8:05 (Burlington, NC; 7/10/04)
V2: battled Rob McBride to a 10:00 time limit draw (Burlington, NC; 7/31/04)
V3: pinned Tank Lawson in 5:34 (Burlington, NC; 8/07/04)
V4: pinned Amber O'Neal in 7:03 (Burlington, NC; 9/18/04)
V5: battled Xsiris, Kamikazi Kid, Number Man to a 10:00 time limit draw in a "Fatal 4 Way" match (Burlington, NC; 12/18/04)

9. Jesse Ortega
-pinned Mikael Yamaha in 13:22 to win the title (Burlington, NC; 1/8/05)
V1: pinned Gregory Vercetti in 8:20 (Burlington, NC; 1/22/05)
V2: battled Garry Stevens to a 10:00 time limit draw (Greensboro, NC; 1/29/05)
V3: pinned Gregory Vercetti in 9:27 (Seagrove, NC; 2/5/05)
V4: pinned Quinson Valentino in 10:11 (Greensboro, NC; 2/6/05)
V5: defeated Scotty Blaze by submission in 9:50 (Burlington, NC; 2/19/05)
V6: defeated Scar Stevens by submission in 7:15 (Pffaftown, NC; 3/19/05)
V7: pinned by Heavyweight champion Ric Converse in 15:08 of a title vs. title match - TV title was only on the line for first 10:00 (Burlington, NC; 3/26/05)
V8: battled Otto Schwanz to a 10:00 time limit draw (Burlington, NC; 4/2/05)

CWF/FWA-CAROLINAS TAG TEAM TITLE
1. The Dupps (inagural champions)
-The title was vacated due to the Dupps leaving for the WWF. The two #1 contenders then wrestled to determine new champions.

2. Los Latinos Locos: Kozmo and Super Kozmo (title reign lasted 5 months, 29 days)
-defeated the Southside Playas in 11:34 to win the vacated titles (Burlington, NC; 5/19/01)

3. The SouthSide Playas: L.A. Cash and J-Money (title reign lasted 4 months, 6 days)
-defeated Los Latinos Locos in 7:35 to win the titles (Graham, NC; 11/17/01)
V1: defeated Otto Schwanz and Jeff Justice in 18:44 (Graham, NC; 12/29/01)
V2: defeated "Slick" Ric Converse and Rob "the Bull" McBride in 18:11 (Graham, NC; 1/26/02)
V3: defeated the Storm Brothers in 12:50 (Graham, NC; 2/23/02)

4. Joe and Damien Storm (title reign lasted 1 month, 18 days)
-defeated J-Money and "Playboy" Tripp (substituting for L.A. Cash) in 6:59 to win the titles (Graham, NC; 3/23/02)

5. The SouthSide Playas: L.A. Cash and J-Money (title reign lasted 1 month, 18 days)
-defeated Joe Storm and Rob McBride (substituting for Damien Storm) in 9:12 to win the titles (Burlington, NC; 5/11/02)
V1: defeated the Crazy Ones and Main Attraction in 13:13 of a triangle match (Graham, NC; 6/1/02)

6. Main Attraction: Scott Powers and Chris Steele (title reign lasted 5 months, 29 days)
-defeated the $outh$ide Playas in 15:43 to win the titles (Graham, NC; 6/29/02)
V1: defeated C.W. Anderson & Cham Pain in 9:06 (Graham, NC; 7/20/02)
-Main Attraction was stripped of the titles after failing to appear for a mandatory title defense. The top two contenders then wrestled to determine the new champions.

7. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid (title reign lasted 7 months, 12 days)
-defeated the United Nations of Devestation in 14:34 to win the titles (Graham, NC; 12/28/02)
V1: defeated Drake Tungsten and Sexton Tyler in 21:00 (Burlington, NC; 1/11/03)
V2: defeated Xsiris and "Slick" Ric Converse in 17:43 (Burlington, NC; 2/1/03)
V3: defeated the United Nations of Devestation in 9:37 (Burlington, NC; 4/12/03)
V4: defeated Brad Rainz and Brad Attitude in 20:28 (Burlington, NC; 5/17/03)
V5: defeated the United Nations of Devestation in 15:47 (Burlington, NC; 6/28/03)
V6: defeated Kurt Solo and Joey "Spank" Silvia in 9:54 (Burlington, NC; 7/19/03)

8. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz (title reign lasted 4 months, 18 days)
-defeated Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 39:05 of a best two out of three falls match to win the titles (Wentworth, NC; 8/9/03)
V1: defeated Gemini Kid and Kamikazi Kid in 13:43 (Burlington, NC; 8/16/03)
V2: defeated Mikael Yamaha and Sexton Tyler in 13:25 (Burlington, NC; 9/27/03)
V3: defeated J-Money and L.A. Cash in 9:42 (Burlington, NC; 10/13/03)
V4: defeated J-Money and L.A. Cash in 13:58 (Burlington, NC; 12/13/03)

9. Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid (title reign lasted 1 month, 4 days)
-defeated Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 16:57 to win the titles (Burlington, NC; 12/27/03)
V1: defeated the United Nations of Devestation in 4:31 (Seagrove, NC; 1/31/04)
V2: defeated Pat Friday and Joey Silvia in 4:33 (Seagrove, NC; 1/31/04)

10. Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz (title reign lasted 1 month, 26 days)
-defeated Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 8:00 (Seagrove, NC; 1/31/04)
V1: defeated Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid in 9:15 (Burlington, NC; 2/21/04)

11. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja (title reign lasted 10 months, 9 days)
-defeated Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in 12:25 (Ramseur, NC; 3/27/04)
V1: defeated Garry Stevens and Jake Jones in 10:30 (Burlington, NC; 4/3/04)
V2: defeated L.A. Cash and J-Money in 13:51 (Burlington, NC; 5/1/04)
V3: defeated Brad Attitude and Mitch Norris in 11:10 (Burlington, NC; 5/15/04)
V4: defeated Sean Powers and Mitch Norris in 13:23 (Burlington, NC; 6/26/04)
V5: defeated Garry Stevens and the Shadow in 8:42 (Burlington, NC; 11/6/04)
V6: battled Sean Powers and Mitch Norris to a double-countout in 11:53 (Asheboro, NC; 11/13/04)

12. Twisted Agression: Mitch Norris, Sean Powers, and Ivan Koloff (title reign lasted 1 month, 14 days)
-(Powers and Koloff) defeated Brass Munkey and American in 14:50 of a double chain match (Seagrove, NC; 2/5/05)
V1: (Powers) defeated Brass Munkey and Corey Edsel in 8:03 of a handicap match (Burlington, NC; 3/12/05)

13. The SouthSide Playas: J-Money and Will B. Smooth
-defeated Sean Powers in 9:29 of a handicap match (Pffaftown, NC; 3/19/05)

RISING GENERATION LEAGUE (RGL) CHAMPIONSHIP
-A tournament was held to determine the inagural champion
1. Kamakazi Kid (title reign lasted 7 months, 5 days)
-pinned Brass Munkey in 12:40 of the tournament finals to win the vacant title (Burlington, NC; 12/14/02)
V1: pinned Brad Attitude in 9:54 (Graham, NC; 12/28/02)
V2: pinned Xsiris in 9:40 (Burlington, NC; 1/11/03)
V3: pinned Xsiris in 9:16 of a mask vs. mask match (Burlington, NC; 2/15/03)
V4: pinned Trent Wylde in 3:16 (Burlington, NC; 3/22/03)
V5: pinned Brad Attitude in 13:19 of a falls count anywhere match (Graham, NC; 4/26/03)

2. Xsiris (title reign lasted 4 months, 3 days)
-pinned Kamikaze Kid in 17:26 of a no-disqualification match to win the title (Burlington, NC; 7/19/03)
V1: pinned Kenny James in 7:12 (Burlington, NC; 8/16/03)
V2: pinned Kid Justice in 6:53 (Burlington, NC; 10/13/03)
-The title was vacated on November 22, 2003 after Xsiris lost his first round 2003 RGL tournament to the Kamikazi Kid. The tournament winner would then become the new champion.

3. Krazy K (title reign lasted 11 months, 7 days)
-pinned Kamikazi Kid in 14:14 of the tournament finals to win the vacant title (Burlington, NC; 12/27/03)
V1: pinned Mitch Norris in 9:15 (Burlington, NC; 4/17/04)
-The title was vacated on December 4, 2004 after Krazy K lost his semifinal round 2003 RGL tournament to the Kid Justice. The tournament winner would then become the new champion.

4. Kid Justice
-pinned Jesse Ortega in 10:47 of the tournament finals to win the vacant title (Burlington, NC; 12/18/04)
V1: pinned Gregory Vercetti in 9:33 (Burlington, NC; 2/19/05)

FWA WOMEN'S WORLD CHAMPION
-A tournament was held to determine the inagural champion
1. Amber Holly (title reign lasted 10 months, 11 days)
-pinned Alexis LaRee in 9:07 to win the vacant title (Graham, NC; 11/17/01)
V1: pinned GeeStar in 6:21 (Graham, NC; 2/23/02)
V2: defeated by Brandi Alexander by countout in 4:24 (Graham, NC; 3/23/02)
V3: pinned Brandi Alexander in 10:12 (Graham, NC; 6/1/02)

2. Brandi Alexander
-defeated Amber Holly and GeeStar in 7:44 of a triangle match to win the title (Graham, NC; 9/28/02)
-title was abandoned after split from FWA promotion

Total Cumulative Time as a Champion in Company History
Mikael Yamaha - 2 years, 3 months, 25 days
Ric Converse - 1 year, 4 months, 21 days
Corey Edsel - 1 year, 4 months, 11 days
J-Money - 1 year, 2 month, 13 days
Krazy K - 11 months, 7 days
Amber Holly - 10 months, 11 days
Madd Maxx - 9 months, 26 days
Xsiris - 9 months, 12 days
Gemini Kid - 8 months, 16 days
Kamikazi Kid - 7 months, 5 days
Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz - 6 months, 13 days
Eddie Brown - 6 months
Scott Powers and Chris Steel - 5 months, 29 days
Kozmo and Super Kozmo - 5 months, 29 days
L.A. Cash - 5 months, 24 days
Sexton Tyler - 4 months, 27 days
Otto Schwanz - 4 months, 4 days
GeeStar - 2 months, 9 days
Mitch Norris, Sean Powers, and Ivan Koloff - 1month, 14 days
Joe and Damien Storm - 1 month, 18 days
Jeff Justice - 9 days
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SHOW NAMES
New Year's Knockout (1/5/02, 1/17/04, 1/8/05)
Ultimatium (1/26/02)
Night of the Mid-Atlantic Legends (2/5/05)
Heartbreak (2/23/02)
Fallout (3/3/01, 3/23/02, 3/27/04, 4/2/05)
Meltdown (4/7/01)
Final Judgment (4/26/02)
Champions for Champions (4/26/03)
Lord of the Ring (5/5/01)
Spring Showdown (5/19/01, 5/11/02)
Defiance (6/1/02)
The Final Cut (6/23/01)
Hostile Intentions (6/29/02)
Explosive Elements (7/28/01, 8/17/02, 8/9/03, 8/28/04)
Payback (8/18/01, 7/20/02)
High Tension (8/31/02)
Fair Warning (9/7/02)
New Beginnings (9/13/03)
Triumph (9/28/02, 9/27/03, 9/18/04)
The Next Level (11/2/02, 10/2/04)
Tribute (10/13/01)
MASKacre (10/25/03)
A Matter of Pride (11/17/01)
Ultimate Survivior (11/22/03, 11/20/04)
The Road to Battlecade (12/13/03, 12/4/04)
Battlecade (12/30/00, 12/29/01, 12/28/02, 12/27/03, 12/18/04)
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2001-2004 CWF RUMBLE RECORDS

Individual Records
Most Rumbles Competed In
4, Mikael Yamaha
GeeStar
3, "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown
Kurt Solo
Sexton Tyler
Brad Attitude
Rob "the Bull" McBride
Xsiris/Caleb X
American Steel Ninja
"Tremendous" Trent Wylde/Canadian Assassin
Gemini Kid/Number Man
Brass Munkey
Brad Rainz
Amber O'Neal/Amber Holly
Number of Wrestlers eliminated
Note: eliminations by multiple wrestlers at once are counted as 0.5 eliminations, the same as a dual sack in football
6.5, "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown (2002)
6.0, "Slick" Ric Converse (2003)
5.0, Brad Attitude (2004)
Mikael Yamaha (2001)
"Ravishing" Rico Rage (2001)
Longest Length Lasted
33:53, "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown (2002)
30:12, "Tremendous" Trent Wylde (2003)
29:01, Mikael Yamaha (2001)
27:21, Brad Attitude (2004)
25:25, Corey Edsel (2002)
Shortest Length Lasted
0:05, Blue Angel (2003)
0:41, Larry, the security guard (2001)
0:46, Tik (2001)
0:53, Blaze Knight (2001)
0:55, Caleb X (2002)

The All-Time Combined Stats
Total Number of Wrestlers eliminated
Note: eliminations by multiple wrestlers at once are counted as 0.5 eliminations, the same as a dual sack in football
8.0 - "Slick" Ric Converse, "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown
7.5 - Mikael Yamaha
6.0 - GeeStar, Brad Attitude, Rob "the Bull" McBride
5.5 - "Tremendous" Trent Wylde
5.0 - "Ravishing" Rico Rage
4.0 - the Stro, Bounty Hunter, Xsiris
3.0 - American Steel Ninja, Mighty Orlo, Gemini Kid/Number Man
2.5 - Drake Tungsten
2.0 - "Iceman" Joe Storm, Scotty Blaze, Corey Edsel, Granite, Brass Munkey, Amber O'Neal, Sean Powers, Mitch Norris
1.5 - Kurt Solo
1.0 - L.A. Cash, J-Money, Brad Rainz, Otto Schwanz, Sexton Tyler, Caprice "Ice" Coleman, Scott Powers, "Lord" Everett DeVore, Ozzie Knight, Blaze Knight, "Big Cat" Lincoln Thorne, Dexter Poindexter, Alex Adonis, Joey Silvia, "Madd Trucker" Garry Stevens
0.5 - Hugh B. Johnson, "Special K" Krissy Vaine
Total Length Lasted in the Rumble
46:32 - Mikael Yamaha (2001: #5 - 29:01, 2002: #21 - 5:53, 2003: #4 - 4:47, 2004: #1 - 6:51)
42:03 - "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown (2001: #10 - 4:23, 2002: #10 - 33:53, 2003: #10 - 3:47)
38:58 - Brad Attitude (2002: #3 - 5:31, 2003: #1 - 6:06, 2004: #7 - 27:21)
37:34 - Rob "the Bull" McBride (2001: #7 - 5:17, 2002: #14 - 22:54, 2004: #19 - 9:23)
31:18 - "Slick" Ric Converse (2002: #1 - 14:36, 2003: #21 - 16:42)
35:46 - Trent Wylde (2002: #15 - 3:28, 2003: #5 - 30:12, 2004: #14 - 4:24 and #21 - 1:10)
28:43 - Otto Schwanz (2001: #8 - 22:43, 2003: #27 - 6:00)
26:23 - Corey Edsel (2001: #19 - 0:58, 2002: #17 - 25:25)
25:09 - Kurt Solo (2001: #18 - 1:31, 2002: #28 - 10:40, 2003: #2 - 12:58)
20:23 - Xsiris/Caleb X (2002: #11 - 0:55, 2003: #22 - 13:38, 2004: #9 - 5:50)
18:34 - Mitch Norris (2003: #17 - 5:05, #20 - 2004: 13:29)
17:47 - "Ravishing" Rico Rage
17:33 - Bounty Hunter (2002: #29 - 8:58, 2003: #29 - 8:35)
16:19 - Gemini Kid/Number Man (2002: #30 - 9:13, 2003: #31 - 2:34, 2004: #27 - 4:32)
16:06 - The Stro
12:52 - Brad Rainz (2002: #2 - 7:06, 2003: #23 - 3:32, 2004: #15 - 2:14)
12:27 - Stephen O' Hara (2002: #19 - 4:59, 2003: #19 - 7:28)
12:10 - American Steel Ninja (2002: #7 - 2:12, 2003: #26 - 4:18, 2004: #17 - 5:40)
11:33 - GeeStar (2001: #3 - 2:14, 2002: #12 - 4:15, 2003: #18 - 1:37, 2004: #2 - 3:27)
10:22 - Brass Munkey (2002: #23 - 2:06, 2003: #20 - 4:55, 2004: #10 - 3:21)
9:59 - Joey "Spank" Silvia (2003: #6 - 4:28, 2004: #16 - 5:31)
9:46 - Caprice "Ice" Coleman
9:30 - Scott Powers
9:29 - Sexton Tyler (2001: #27 - 5:20, 2002: #20 - 1:37, 2003: #24 - 2:32)
9:06 - Brad Hunter
8:56 - "Iceman" Joe Storm (2001: #26 - 1:14, 2002: #9 - 7:42)
8:47 - Hugh B. Johnson (2002: #27 - 3:52, 2003: #16 - 4:55)
8:41 - Dexter Poindexter
8:37 - Sean Powers
8:36 - Granite
8:22 - Scotty Blaze
7:58 - Latin Lover
7:44 - Drake Tungsten (2002: #8 - 1:32, 2003: #13 - 6:12)
7:44 - Quinson Valentino
7:40 - Amber O'Neal/Amber Holly (2001: #1 - 3:01, 2002: #18 - 3:14, 2004: #8 - 1:25)
7:38 - J-Money (2002: #6 - 2:51, 2003: #12 - 4:47)
7:29 - Kamakazi Kid (2002: #4 - 2:46, 2003: #3 - 4:43)
7:09 - Kid Justice (2003: #9 - 3:26, 2004: #24 - 3:43)
7:05 - Matt Houston
6:21 - Kenny James (2002: #5 - 4:51, 2003: #28 - 1:30)
5:49 - L.A. Cash
5:42 - Chris Collins (2002: #13 - 1:33, 2003: #15 - 4:09)
5:24 - Guillotine LeGrande
5:24 - William Wealth III
5:21 - "Big Cat" Lincoln Thorne
4:49 - Jesse Ortega
4:35 - "Conceited Kid" Bradley North
4:28 - Johnny Blaze
4:22 - Mini Bull
3:48 - Lumbee
3:47 - Ozzie Knight
3:40 - "Special K" Krissy Vaine
3:25 - "Playboy" Bert Tripp
3:16 - Alex Adonis
3:08 - Jason Blade
2:41 - Tank Lawson
2:41 - "Red Hot" Tim Blaze
2:37 - Johnny Suicide
2:36 - Lee Williams
2:33 - "Lord" Everett DeVore
2:28 - Chris Steel
2:12 - Ashley Walker
2:02 - "Madd Trucker" Garry Stevens
1:57 - Mighty Orlo
1:30 - Will Smooth
1:27 - Brad Stutts
0:53 - Blaze Knight
0:46 - Tik
0:41 - Larry, the security guard
0:05 - Blue Angel

GRANT "STATMARK" SAWYER
NORTH CAROLINA
I was born 8/25/75; although I did attend an Elvis Presley Concert in Greenboro, NC 35 days BEFORE I was born (7/21/75). I Have lived in NC, MO, CA, GA, and WI. I went to high school at Northgate High School in Walnut Creek, CA (89-90) and Chapel Hill High School in Chapel Hill, NC (90-93). Attended one year at the Savannah College of Art and Design as a Video major (93-94). Worked at WAAP TV 16 in NC from 94-96; WLUK FOX 11 in Green Bay, WI from 96-97; and WGHP FOX 8 in High Point, NC from 97-99; doing various duties including Master Control, Directing, Technical Directing, Editing, Camera, and Audio opeartion. Started an on again/off again with Independent wrestling in 1997, holding video production for local shows (which was the early basis of Statmark Video itself). Then, in December 2000, Statmark Video went fulltime, handling video production for various Independent promotions around the state of NC including CWF Mid-Atlantic, the stand-out promotion in the Carolinas that embodies the heritage of the old MA territory. I handle videography, assistant producer, and color commentary chores for them. The broadcast can be seen throughout the Carolinas as well as parts of VA, GA, and NY on various cable outlets.
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BLOGS BY THE BOYS
Brad Stutts
Randy Hedrick
Mikael Yamaha
"Slick" Ric Converse
Justin Feeche
Kamakazi Kid
Brass Munkey
"Dangerous E" Corey Edsel
"Rock N' Roll" Matty Dee
Jesse Ortega
Jeremy Ryan
Michael McAllister
Jesse McAllister
Katie Kincaid
KC McKnight
Trent Wylde
Tre G
Kurt Solo
Damage Inc
Moses Manson
Zane Dawson
Brad Rainz
Scott Keith
Raven Mack
Incredible Hulk
The Blue haired goddess, Zoe!

OFFICIAL WEBSITES
GeeStar
Brad Stutts
CWF Mid-Atlantic
Indy Insiders
"Dangerous E" Corey Edsel
Brass Munkey
"Boogie Woogie Man" Rob McBride
"Slick Diddy" Ric Converse
"Madd Trucker" Garry Stevens
Kamakazi Kid
American Steel Ninja
Amber O'Neal
Krissy Vaine
Katie Kincaid
Ultra Dragon
Justin Feeche
Tank Lawson
Kid Justice
SouthSide Playas
Gregory Vercetti
Randy Hedrick
Gemini Kid
Drake Tungsten
Trent Wylde
Joey Silvia

ONE-LINE REVIEWS
Mikael Yamaha & Sexton Tyler vs. Joey Silvia & Brad Rainz (11/8/03):
"That seriously is the worst match I've ever been at ringside for and I managed Mark Michaels." - Brad Stutts

"I thought that match was fucking great." - Mikael Yamaha

"A mother fucking Butterfinger beats the shit of a G-D Clark Bar" - Flagler

5 PEOPLE WHO MADE ME WHO I AM TODAY
(well, 6 if you count God...)
Dad
Mom
My stepmom, Peggy
Sam Raimi
Jeff Rudd

MOST SIGNIFICANT DATES IN MY LIFE
August 25, 1975 (I was born, so yeah, it's up there)
July 21, 1987 (become officially hooked on wrestling)
October 17, 1989 (The California Earthquake)
June 10, 1994 (got first job in television)
April 26, 1996 (moved to Wisconsin)
March 28, 1999 (met Gee)
December 30, 2000 (the first CWF show)

TOP 10 THINGS I DON'T TRULY APPRECIATE UNTIL I NO LONGER HAVE THEM IN MY LIFE
1. Inner Happiness
2. Friends
3. Family
4. Affection
5. Health
6. Respect
7. Money
8. Food
9. Sunshine
10. Boobs

TOP 5 FAVORITE WRESTLERS
1. Shawn Michaels
2. Ricky Stamboat
3. Bret Hart
4. Chris Benoit
5. Kurt Angle

TOP 5 FAVORITE FOOTBALL PLAYERS
1. Barry Sanders
2. Steve Young
3. Randall Cunningham
4. Brett Favre
5. Don Beebe

TOP 5 MOST HATED FOOTBALL PLAYERS
1. Troy Aikman
2. John Elway
3. Randy Moss
4. Rob Johnson
5t. Kerry Collins
5t. Michael Irvin

TOP 5 FAVORITE FOOTBALL TEAMS
(somewhat interchangeable depending on circumstances)
1. Carolina Panthers
2. Green Bay Packers
3. Cincinnati Bengals
4. Miami Dolphins
5t. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
5t. San Francisco 49ers

TOP 5 MOST HATED FOOTBALL TEAMS
(somewhat interchangeable depending on who's being a bigger pain in the ass this week)
1. Dallas Cowboys
2. NY Jets
3. NY Giants
4. Baltimore Ravens
5. Washington Redskins

TOP 5 FAVORITE FOOTBALL UNIFORMS EVER
1. Frankfurt Galaxy (1996 NFLE home version)
2. Orlando Thunder (91-92 WLAF home version)
3. San Diego Chargers (powder blue throwback home version)
4. Cincinnati Bengals (basic '90s home version)
5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1976-1995 home version)

TOP 5 FAVORITE FOOTBALL GAMES EVER
1. 1994 NFC Championship (1/15/95): Dallas Cowboys (28) at San Francisco 49ers (38)
Notes: After two consecutive heart-breaking losses in the NFC title game to the Cowboys and the constant shadow of Joe Montana hanging over his head, Steve Young FINALLY gets over the hump in the most gratifying payoff to what seemed to be a never-ending chase that I've ever seen. I was literally jumping up and down on the control room table while at work at WAAP and still get chills to this day when watching hilights from the game. It was magic and I'll never forget it.
2. 1996 NFC Championship (1/12/97): Carolina Panthers (13) at Green Bay Packers (30)
Notes: While not a great game by any means, I lived in Green Bay during this one, having moved away from NC the year before and everything surrounding the game just has SO much meaning to me. The expansion Panthers go to where no one ever expected them to be while the Packers try and go to the SuperBowl after having not been there in 30 freakin' years. I do my best to try and cheer for the Panthers knowing that if they win, the suicide rate in Green Bay is going to skyrocket. You had to be in GB then to really understand what this game meant to those people and to their lives and they got their payoff. God bless them.
3. 2003 NFC Divisional Playoff (1/10/04): Carolina Panthers (29) at St. Louis Rams (23) (OT)
Notes: The emotionally draining double OT classic that by the end if it, I could barely cheer as I was about to pass out from exhaustion. Even now I can barely write anything about the game because it was THAT draining.
4. 1992 AFC Wild Card Playoff (1/3/93): Houston Oilers (38) at Buffalo Bills (41) (OT)
Notes: Even if you didn't give a crap about either team, if you watched football in the early 90s, you KNOW this game. I was on the way back from Florida, listening to some of the game in the car on the radio. Houston's up 35-3 in the 3rd quarter so I allow Dad to change the station. We check back awhile later at which point it sounded like OJ was reporting about the Bills victory...but that couldn't be right...could it?? Was the radio signal fuzzy...or was that the crowd? What the hell was going on in Buffalo? Was their a riot after the Bills lost? oh wait...no...they couldn't have.....OH MY GOD!!!
5. Monday Night Football (12/22/03): Green Bay Packers (41) at Oakland Raiders (7)
Notes: In one of the most incredible individual performances you could ever see, Brett Favre decides to not end his consecutive game streak and plays just one day after his father passed away from a heart attack. Incredibly, Favre throws for 399 yards and 4 TDs in a win that would become very vital in sending the Packers to the playoffs just one week later.
Honorable Mention:
SuperBowl XXIII (1/22/89): San Francisco 49ers (20) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (16) - the game that made me a fan for life.
SuperBowl XXV (1/27/91): NY Giants (20) vs. Buffalo Bills (19) - unbiasedly speaking, the best game I've ever seen.
1996 NFC Divisional Playoff (1/5/97): Dallas Cowboys (17) at Carolina Panthers (26) - the official arrival of the Panthers, and could there have been a better team to smack around?
Monday Night Football (12/18/00): St. Louis Rams (35) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (38) - the Bucs' revenge game after getting screwed in the '99 NFC title game.
2002 NFC Championship (1/19/03): Tampa Bay Buccanners (27) at Philadelphia Eagles (10) - The Bucs' finally get over the hump after being ousted by the Eagles in the playoffs two straight years and win the game no one thought they could win. I'll never forget the radio call as Rhonde Barber seals the deal with a 92 yard INT return as dreams had become reality and the freakin' BUCS were going to play in a SuperBowl.
Week 17 (12/27/03): Minnesota Vikings (17) at Arizona Cardinals (18) - All the Vikings have to do is hang onto an 11-point lead over the lowly 3-12 Cardinals with just 2 minutes to go in order to go to the playoffs and win the division. They then procede to pull off the biggest choke job ever, completely blowing it, missing the playoffs, sending a crowd at Lambeau Field 1,000+ miles away into a complete frenzy, with my favorite radio call ever as Arizona's Nate Poole catches the winning TD as time expires with the Vikings announcer screaming "Noooooooooooooo!" Noooooooooo!".

FAVORITE WRESTLING MATCHES EVER
This is a list of MY favorite matches of all-time (well, at least for this week anyways)...yes, there ARE better matches workrate wise in some cases, but these are my personal favs, so quit arguin'.
1. Randy Savage vs. Ricky Steamboat (WrestleMania III, 3/29/87)
2. Bret Hart vs. Curt Hennig (SummerSlam, 8/26/91)
3. Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat (Chi-Town Rumble, 2/20/89)
4. Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat (WrestleWar, 5/7/89)
5. Rick Rude vs. Ricky Steamboat in a 30:00 Ironman match (Beach Blast, 6/20/92)
6. Ric Flair vs. Barry Windham (Crockett Cup, 4/11/87)
7. Chris Benoit vs. Kurt Angle (Royal Rumble, 1/19/03)
8. 1992 Royal Rumble (1/19/92)
9. Bret Hart vs. Davey Boy Smith (SummerSlam, 8/29/92)
10. Owen Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid (King of the Ring, 6/16/94)
11. Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon in a Ladder match (SummerSlam, 8/27/95)
12. Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart (In Your House, 2/18/96)
13. Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Liger (SuperBrawl II, 2/29/92)
14. Brian Pillman & Steve Austin vs. Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas (3/2/93)
15. Curt Hennig vs. Tito Sanata (Saturday Night's Main Event, 7/16/90)
16. Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind (In Your House: Mind Games, 9/22/96)

FAVORITE WRESTLING PPVs EVER
1. Great American Bash '89
2. SummerSlam '91
3. WrestleMania III
4. WrestleMania XIX
5. WrestleMania XX
6. 1987 Survivor Series
7. Beach Blast '92
8. Canadian Stampede
9. SuperBrawl II
10. WrestleMania VIII

TOP 5 FAVORITE INDY SHOWS I'VE EVER TAPED
1. CWF Mid-Atlantic; April 17, 2004; Burlington, NC
2. CWF/AWA Mid-Atlantic "New Year's Knockout"; January 8, 2005; Burlington, NC
3. CWF/FWA-Carolinas "Triumph"; September 28, 2002; Graham, NC
4. CWF/FWA-Carolinas "Ultimatium"; January 26, 2002; Burlington, NC
5. CWF/AWA Mid-Atlantic "Night of the Mid-Atlantic Legends"; February 5, 2005; Seagrove, NC

TOP 5 WORST INDY SHOWS I'VE EVER TAPED
1. VCW; March 16, 2001; Mt. Airy, NC
2. Wahoo McDaniel Memorial Show; July 13, 2002; Charlotte, NC
3. NMCW; February 16, 2002; Albemarle, NC
4. SWA 1st Anniversary Show; August 2, 2002; Huntsville, TN
5. Warriors of Wrestling; March 13, 2004; Southern Pines, NC

TOP 5 FAVORITE VACATION SPOTS
1. 1. San Francisco, CA
2. Orlando, FL
3. Green Bay, WI
4. Savannah, GA
5. Los Angeles, CA

TOP 5 PLACES I WOULD LIKE TO GO TO THAT I'VE NEVER BEEN
1. Tokyo
2. NFL Hall of Fame - Canton, OH
3. Cedar Point - Sandusky, OH
4. Honolulu
5. Pontiac Silverdome

TOP 5 FAVORITE AMUSEMENT PARKS
1. Busch Gardens (Williamsburg, VA)
2. Islands of Adventure (Orlando, FL)
3. Universal Studios (Los Angeles, CA)
4. Walt Disney World (Orlando, FL)
5. Universal Studios (Orlando, FL)

TOP 5 FAVORITE MUSICAINS
1. Elvis
2. Me First & the Gimme Gimmes
3. "Weird Al" Yankovic
4. Creedence Clearwater Revival
5. Bloodhound Gang

TOP 5 FAVORITE RESTAURANTS
1. TGIFriday's
2. Applebee's 1. Tecmo Bowl
2. ESPN NFL 2K5
3. Madden 2003
4. Pro Wrestling
5. WrestleMania 2000

TOP 5 FAVORITE NETWORKS
1. NFL Network
2. ESPN
3. FOX
4. Boomerang
5. ESPN Classic

TOP 5 TV SHOWS EVER
1. Dukes of Hazzard
2. Family Guy
3. King of the Hill
4. Incredible Hulk
5. Greatest American Hero

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIES EVER
1. Evil Dead 2
2. Dead Alive
3. Army of Darkness
4. Rocky Horror Pitcure Show
5. Night of the Day of the Dawn of the Son of the Bride of the Return of the Revenge of the Terror of the Attack of the Evil Subhumanoid Flesh Eating Living Dead Part 2

TOP 5 FAVORITE HORROR MOVIES
1. The Crow
2. Puppet Master
3. Twice Dead
4. The Frighteners
5. Dawn of the Dead (2004)

TOP 5 FAVORITE COMEDIES
1. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
2. Undercover Brother
3. Naked Gun
4. Christmas Vacation
5. Tommy Boy

TOP 5 FAVORITE ACTION MOVIES
1. Kill Bill Vol. 1
2. Con Air
3. Terminator 2
4. Back to the Future
5. Back to the Future 2

TOP 5 FAVORITE ANIMATED MOVIES
1. South Park: Bigger, Longer, and Uncut
2. Space Jam
3. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
4. Lilo & Stich
5. Transformers: The Movie

TOP 5 FAVORITE SPORTS MOVIES
1. Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
2. BASEketball
3. Dodgeball
4. The Replacements
5. Major League

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIES BASED ON COMICS
1. The Crow
2. Spider-Man
3. Batman
4. Spider-Man 2
5. Howard The Duck

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIE TRILOGIES
(or whatever they're called if there's more than three of them)
1. Evil Dead 1/Evil Dead 2/Army of Darkness
2. Clerks/Mallrats/Chasing Amy/Dogma/Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back
3. National Lampoon's Vacation series
4. Back to the Future
5. Nightmare on Elm Street

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIES THAT ARE REALLY F'D UP
1. Tetsuo the Iron Man
2. Nekromantic
3. Nekromantic 2
4. Society
5. Motorama

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIE FINISHES
1t. Darkman
1t. Psycho
3. Scooby Doo
4. There's Something About Mary
5. Man on the Moon

TOP 5 FAVORITE MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS
1. Rocky Horror Pitcure Show
2. Summer School
3. Cocktail
4. The Replacements
5. Dude, Where's My Car?

TOP 5 FAVORITE ACTORS
1. Bruce Campbell
2. No One Else Matters

TOP 5 FAVORITE DIRECTORS
1. Sam Raimi
2. Kevin Smith
3. Quentin Tarantino
4. Peter Jackson
5. John Woo

MY "TO DO" LIST
(excluding people I actually know for both their own sake and mine)
1. Noki-A (with the mask only!)
2. Trish Stratus
3. Pamela Anderson
4. Jillian Barberie
5. Lindsay Lohan (2003-2004 only!)

FAMOUS PEOPLE THAT I'M PROUD TO SAY I'VE MET IN PERSON
Brett Favre, Reggie White, Desmond Howard, The Rock, Steve Austin, Shawn Michaels, Vince McMahon, Mick Foley, Owen Hart

TOP 3 FAVORITE MONTHS
1. March (ACC tourny/March Madness/WrestleMania/Many noteable memories in relationship land from March/Start of Spring)
2. September (NFL Kickoff/Indy Rumble)
3. January (NFL Playoffs/Royal Rumble)

LEAST FAVORITE MONTH
1. December (Start of Winter/The Headache that is the Holidays/The College Football Playoffs...oh, wait...what's that? They don't have any?? Freakin' morons.)

FUCK JOHN ELWAY...25 BETTER RUNNING BACKS THAN TERRELL DAVIS
Barry Sanders
Walter Payton
Emmitt Smith
Earl Campbell
Jim Brown
Roger Craig
Gale Sayers
Billy Sims
OJ Simpson
Marshall Faulk
Thurman Thomas
John Riggins
Eric Dickerson
Larry Csonka
Franco Harris
Ottis Anderson
Marcus Allen
Edgerrin James
Steve Van Buren
Tony Dorsett
Jerome Bettis
Ricky Watters
LaDainlian Tomlinson
Priest Holmes
Eddie George

10 BRET HART SINGLE MATCHES BETTER THAN THAT DAMN OVERRATED SURVIVOR SERIES '96 MATCH VS. STEVE AUSTIN
Bret Hart vs. Curt Hennig (8/26/91)
Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart (3/20/94)
Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin (3/23/97)
Bret Hart vs. Roddy Piper (4/5/92)
Bret Hart vs. Davey Boy Smith (8/29/92)
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels (11/25/92)
Bret Hart vs. Curt Hennig (6/19/93)
Bret Hart vs. Ric Flair (10/12/92)
Bret Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid (7/4/94)
Bret Hart vs. Davey Boy Smith (12/17/95)

RATING THE BATTLECADE MATCHES - FROM BEST TO WORST
Sometime around WrestleMania XIV I believe, PWI put out this major WMania magazine and listed every single freakin' Mania match in order from best to worst (all 100+ of those suckers). So, on a much smaller scale, I present my pointless tribute to that, the CWF Mid-Atlantic Battlecade list of matches, from best to worst (5 Battlecades have been held for those oblivious to what the heck I'm yammering about).
1. "Slick" Ric Converse vs. CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel with Brad Attitude as the special guest referee (V)
2. CWF/FWA-Carolinas Heavyweight champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel vs. "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown (III)
3. Krazy K vs. Kamikazi Kid in the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals (IV)
4. CWF/FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight champion Mikael Yamaha, Sexton Tyler, and Amber Holly vs. Caprice "Ice" Coleman and Main Attraction (II)
5. CWF Mid-Atlantic TV champion Mikael Yamaha vs. Xsiris vs. Kamikazi Kid vs. Number Man in a "Fatal 4 Way" match (V)
6. Gemini Kid and Mikael Yamaha vs. the United Nations of Devestation (Drake Tungsten & Hugh B. Johnson) for the vacant CWF/FWA-Carolinas tag team titles (III)
7. John Brooks and David Cole vs. Krazy K and Dexter Poindexter (V)
8. CWF/FWA-Carolinas Heavyweight champion Madd Maxx vs. "Nite Stic" Eddie Brown (II)
9. Kid Justice vs. Jesse Ortega in the "Rising Generation League" tournament finals for the vacant RGL title (V)
10. CWF Mid-Atlantic tag team champions Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja vs. Drake Tungsten and Matt Houston in a non-title match (V)
11. CWF Cruiserweight champiobn Gemini Kid vs. Hot Property vs. Mikael Yamaha in a triangle match (I)
12. Maxx Madd vs. Ethan Cage in a Hardcore match (I)
13. Brass Munkey and American Steel Ninja vs. "Tremendous" Trent Wylde and CWF Mid-Atlantic Cruiserweight champion Xsiris (IV)
14. The $outh$ide Playas (J-Money and L.A. Cash) vs. Kenny James and Xsiris (III)
15. The Hirydaz (Mikael Yamaha and Gemini Kid) vs. CWF Mid-Atlantic tag team champions Brad Attitude and Brad Rainz in a hair vs. titles match (IV)
16. "Slick" Ric Converse vs. CWF Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight champion "Dangerous E" Corey Edsel (IV)
17. CWF/FWA-Carolinas Cruiserweight champion "Slick" Ric Converse vs. Joey "Spank" Silvia (III)
18. Rising Generation League champion Kamakazi Kid vs. Brad Attitude (III)
19. Garry "Madd Trucker" Stevens vs. Ryin Andrews (V)
20. Joey Silvia vs. Alex Stone (IV)
21. Sexton Tyler vs. Stephen O' Hara (III)
22. The $outh$ide Playas (J-Money and L.A. Cash) vs. Sean Powers and Mitch Norris (IV)
23. Rob "the Bull" McBride vs. "Tremendous" Trent Wylde (V)
24. Tony Platinum vs. J.T. Sparxx (II)
25. Don Kernodle vs. Black Hart (I)
26. The Wild Eyed Southern Boys ("Wild" Shane West & Gary "Madd Trucker" Stevens) vs. Dexter Poindexter and Rob "the Bull" McBride (IV)
27. Lexie Fyfe vs. Amber Holly (I)
28. Carolina Stud vs. Kid Courageous (I)
29. The Spoiler vs. "Classic" Chris Collins (V)
30. Bounty Hunter vs. Malaki (III)
31. The New $outh$ide Playas (J-Money and Will B. Smooth) vs. Alex Adonis and Jay Sinn (V)
32. "Mighty" Orlo Helmer vs. "Red Hot" Tim Blaze (V)
33. Ethan Cage, Kenny James, and L.A. Stevens vs. Granite, Johnny Blaze, and "Playboy" Bert Tripp (II)
34/35. Otto Schwanz vs. Dewey Cheatum and Pat Cusick in a guantlet match (III)
36. Rob McBride vs. Larry Isley (II)
37. CWF/FWA-Carolina tag team champions the Southside Playas (J-Money and L.A. Cash) vs. Otto Schwanz and Jeff Justice (II)
38. Fun Lovin' Criminal and Kozmo vs. Patrick O' Hara and J.P. Fairchild (I)
39. The Russians vs. Chris Collins and Deacon (III)

SPORTING EVENTS I HAVE BEEN IN ATTENDANCE FOR OVER THE YEARS
2/15/88, WWF
Hearns Coliseum; Columbia, MO
Notes: B-level house show with a 14-man battle royal as the main, won by Jim Brunzell as he dumped the Bolsheviks (payback for doing the job in tag action earlier on the show). Match of the night would easily by the Jumping Bomb Angels defending the WWF Women's tag team titles against the Glamour Girls.

3/7/90, WWF
Cow Palace; San Fracisco, CA
Notes: This was a 23-match, 3-week Wrestling Challenge taping and the "Ultimate Challenge Special" that aired on the USA network leading up to WrestleMania VI. The official main event was WWF World champion Hulk Hogan & the Big Bossman defeating Mr. Perfect & the Genius. In other action, WWF IC champion the Ultimate Warrior & Jake Roberts defeated Ted DiBiase & Akeem and WWF tag champs Andre the Giant & Haku defeated the Rockers by DQ.

6/10/90, MLB:
Oakland A's 3, Kansas City Royals 2
Oakland Coliseum; Oakland, CA
Notes: Jose Canseco is on the DL as then second-banana Mark McGwire carries the load. Multi-sport star Bo Jackson strikes out each time at the plate...and breaks his bat each time as well.
The Future: Oakland would go on to win the ALCS before being swept by Cincinnati in the World Series.

3/30 & 4/1/91; NCAA Final Four:
Kansas Jayhawks 79, UNC Tarheels 73
Duke Blue Devils 79, UNLV Rebels 77
Duke Blue Devils 72, Kansas Jayhawks 62
Hoosier Dome; Indianapolis, IN
Notes: Duke pulls one of the biggest upsets in tournament history, knocking off powerhouse UNLV en-route to winning their first ever national championship.

10/30/92, NBA:
LA Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers
Dean Dome; Chapel Hill, NC
Notes: This otherwise forgettable perseason game would actually become fairly noteable as it would turn out to be Magic Johnson's final game before retiring due to the AIDS virus (and subsequent pressure). Of course he would end up returning to the NBA after a hiatus which rendered this game a little more meaningless.

2/17/93, ACC:
UNC Tarheels, Clemson Tigers
Dean Dome; Chapel Hill, NC
Notes: Clemson's Chris Whitney goes 8-10 from the 3-point line but Clemson remains winless 4EVER at UNC.
The Future: UNC would go onto win the 1993 NCAA National championship less than two months later.

2/25/94, NBA:
Atlanta Hawks 111, Milwaukee Bucks 100
Omni; Atlanta, GA
Notes: The Bucks were horrid at the time and the only saving grace to even watch the game was to see Dominique Wilkins play. Then, the day BEFORE the game, Wilkins gets traded to the other side of the country to the LA Clippers.
The Future: The Hawks would tie a franchise record with 57 wins this year and go to the second round of the playoffs before losing to Orlando

12/17/94, NBA:
Charlotte Hornets 111, Denver Nuggets 92
Charlotte Coliseum; Charlotte, NC
The Future: Charlotte would make the playoffs but go out in the first round to the Bulls.

8/15/95, MLB:
Baltiore Orioles 8, Cleveland Indians 3
Camden Yards; Baltimore, MD
Notes: This would be Cal Ripken's 2,110th consecutive game played, 21 before he broke Lou Gehrig's all-time record.
The Future: The Indians would go all the way to Game 6 of the World Series before finally losing to Atlanta.

3/31/96, WWF WrestleMania XII
Arrowhead Pond; Anaheim, CA
Notes: Shawn Michaels realizes his "boyhood dream" by defeating Bret Hart in OT of a 60:00 Ironman match. I can be seen clearly on the "Free-For-All" countdown show holding my "Shawn Is God Here" sign. I also attended the 1996 Slammy Awards, held the day earlier.

6/23/96, WWF 1996 King of the Ring
The Mecca; Milwaukee, WI
Notes: A pivotal show that led to the "boom" as Steve Austin coins his "Austin 3:16" phrase after winning the KOTR tournament. Also, WWF World champ Shawn Michaels goes over on Davey Boy Smith in a frequently overlooked match.

6/24/96, WWF RAW IS WAR
Brown County Arena; Green Bay, WI
Notes: A three-week taping for RAW, most noteably hilighted by the Ultimate Warrior defeating Owen Hart by DQ which would turn out to be Warrior's last WWF match EVER as he bailed on the company the next week. This show was also highlighted by Brian Pillman saying "GD" on live TV and two awesome Shawn Michaels matches, as he went over Billy Gunn and former partner Marty Jannetty in a tremendous outing.

3/23/97, WWF WrestleMania 13
Rosemont Horizon; Rosemont, IL
Notes: The defining WWF match of the boom as Bret Hart and Steve Austin put on a 5-star classic. I also attended the 1997 Slammy Awards, held the day earlier.

5/5/97, WWF RAW IS WAR
Brown County Arena; Green Bay, WI
Notes: This was the episode of RAW where the Hart Foundation would search throughout the arena for Shawn Michaels the whole night. The main event had Steve Austin pinning WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith in non-title action. In a never-aired match taped for Coliseum Video that was never released, Brian Pillman wrestled his first match in over a year as he teamed with Davey Boy and Owen Hart against Steve Austin and the Legion of Doom.

9/28/97, WWF
Brown County Arena; Green Bay, WI
Notes: House show card main evented by the Undertaker defeating WWF World champion Bret Hart vby DQ. The show is most noteable for the fact that it was Brian Pillman's next-to-last match ever (he was pinned by Goldust) as he would pass away seven days later. Also on the show, Mankind defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley in a falls count anywhere match.

2/5/99, WWF
Greensboro Coliseum; Greensboro, NC
Notes: House show card hilighted by Steve Austin defeating Kane, the Rock, and World champion Mankind in a fatal four way match.

5/10/99, NBA Playoffs Round One:
Atlanta Hawks 89, Detroit Pistons 69
Georgia Dome; Atlanta, GA
Notes: Dikembe Mutombo sets a personal playoff high with 28 points as Atlanta goes up 2-0 in their series.
The Future: Atlanta would win the series 3-2 before losing to the Knicks in the Eastern Conference semifinals. However, this game would be remembered more for getting absolutely trounced in the ratings by RAW which scored an 8.1 to the game's 1.7.

5/15/99, Break The Barrier
Viking Hall (ECW Arena); Philadelphia, PA
Notes: This was the very strong but poorly recorded joint Indy show at ECW Arena, put on by Scoops' Al Isaacs. Very strong show live that was never done justice on videotape.

6/27/99, WWF 1999 King of the Ring
Greensboro Coliseum; Greensboro, NC
Notes: Billy Gunn wins the KOTR tournament. Children cry.

9/27/99, WWF RAW IS WAR
Greensboro Coliseum; Greensboro, NC
Notes: The classic RAW with the Mick Foley-Rock "This Is Your Life" segment. This would also be the final RAW written by Vince Russo as he left the company later in the week. For actual wrestling content, the The Rock battled WWF World champ Triple H to a no contest when Davey Boy Smith attacked both men.

4/23/00, WWF
Greensboro Coliseum; Greensboro, NC
Notes: House show card with WWF tag team champs Edge & Christian defeated the Hardys and the Dudley Boyz in a triangle match main event. Noteable earlier matches were WWF European Champion Eddie Guerrero pinning Kurt Angle after Chyna interfered and the Rock & Chris Jericho defeating Chris Benoit & WWF World champion Triple H when Rock pinned Benoit.

8/29/00, WWF Smackdown
Crown Coliseum; Fayetteville, NC
Notes: Pretty basic SDown taping, highlighted by Al Snow winning the European title from Perrty Saturn and a Angle-Guerrero main event as the backdrop to HHH-Stephanie's relationship woes.

1/22/01, WCW Nitro/Thunder
Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum; Winston-Salem, NC
Notes: Dual TV taping hilighted by the WCW tryout/debuts of Christopher Daniels and Michael Modest in which Daniels nearly breaks his neck. Then on Thunder, Rey Misterio Jr. wins an awesome "Cruiserweight Contender Countdown" match (Gauntlet Match).

7/30/02, WWF Smackdown
Charlotte Coliseum; Charlotte, NC
Notes: Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero surprisingly jump from RAW to Smackdown and then go onto defeat Rock and Edge in the main. In other action, Hulk Hogan defeated Kurt Angle by DQ and Rey Misterio Jr. pinned Yoshihiri Tajiri.

9/16/03, WWE Smackdown
RBC Center; Raleigh, NC
Notes: Brock Lesnar defeats Kurt Angle in a 60:00 Ironman match to win the WWE Undisputed title. In other action, Eddie & Chavo Guerrero defeated Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin to win the Smackdown tag team titles.

10/27/03, NFL:
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 12, Carolina Panthers 9
Ericsson Stadium; Charlotte, NC
Notes: Bucs K Martin Gramatica hit a 47 YD FG with 47 seconds left for the win. QB Randy Fansani made his first ever NFL start for Carolina, going 5 for 18 with 46 yards and 3 INTs, never to be heard from again.
The Future: Tampa Bay would go on to defeat Oakland and win SuperBowl XXXVII

CURRENT WEATHER FROM MY FAVORITE TOWNS

Chapel Hill, NC:
WXPort

Green Bay, WI:
WXPort

Walnut Creek, CA:
WXPort

Orlando, FL:
WXPort

Savannah, GA:
WXPort

QUICK & DIRTY MOVIE RATINGS
This is an extensive list of the movies I have reviewed since my BLOG originally debuted and the star ratings I gave them, from best to worst
***** - The Incredibles, Pauly Shore Is Dead
****3/4 - Kill Bill Vol. 1
****1/2 - Spongebob Squarepants The Movie, Bubba Ho-Tep, Spider-Man 2
****1/4 - Longest Yard, Saw, Dodgeball, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Shrek 2
**** - Sin City, A Dirty Shame, Friday Night Lights, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, Mean Girls
***1/2 - Freddy vs. Jason, Bad(der) Santa, School of Rock, Club Dread, Dawn of the Dead (2004)
***1/4 - Napoleon Dynamite, Super Size Me
*** - The Grudge, Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Elf, Soul Plane, Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, 50 First Dates, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, Daddy Day Care
**3/4 - Lilo & Stitch 2, Be Cool, The Girl Next Door, Rundown
**1/2 - Seed of Chucky, Fat Albert, Shark Tale, Mr. 3000, The Haunted Mansion, The Ladykillers, Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd, Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Vampire Effect
**1/4 - Team America: World Police, Psycho (1998), Frostbite, Garfield, Lion King 1 1/2
** - Infection, Hitch, The Hulk, Without a Paddle, Eurotrip, Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
*3/4 - Barbershop 2: Back in Business, Marci X, Gothika
*1/2 - Guess Who, Dave Chappelle - For What It's Worth, White Noise
* - Racing Stripes, Scary Movie 3
3/4* - Taxi, The Village, Along Came Polly

THE FANTASY SPORTS RESULTS LIST
Starting back in 1992, my buds and I would do random Fantasy Sports Leagues and in tribute to those great moments and friends of years long since passed, here are the all-time results. Fantasy Baseball '92
Chris...15-5*
Grant...15-5*
Ben......10-10*
Dave....8-12*
Devon..7-13
Matt......5-15
Playoffs: Chris def. Dave 4 games to 0
Playoffs: Ben def. Grant 4 games to 1
World Series: Chris def. Ben 4 games to 2
Fantasy Football '92
Chris...13-3*
Grant...11-5*
Matt......10-6
Dave....8-8
Devon..8-8
Ben......7-9
SuperBowl: Grant def. Chris 21-19
Fantasy Basketball '92-'93
Chris...27-8*
Devon..24-11*
Grant...23-12*
Dave....13-22*
Matt......12-23
Ben......7-28
Playoffs: Chris def. Dave 2 games to 0
Playoffs: Grant def. Devon 2 games to 1
Finals: Chris def. Grant 3 games to 1
Fantasy Baseball '93
Grant......16-5*
Chris......14-7*
Josh.......13-8*
Devon.....12-9*
Dave.......11-10
Ben.........10-11
Graham...5-16
X-Team...3-18
Playoffs: Devon def. Grant 4 games to 2
Playoffs: Chris def. Josh 4 games to 3
World Series: Devon def. Chris 4 games to 2
Fantasy Football '93
Chris......12-2*
Dave.......10-4*
Grant......9-5*
Josh.......8-6*
Devon.....7-7
Jason.....5-9
X-Team...3-11
Ben.........2-12
Playoffs: Chris def. Josh 83-62
Playoffs: Dave def. Grant 68-52
SuperBowl: Chris def. Dave 86-72
Fantasy Basketball '93-'94
Grant...13-6*
Dave....11-8*
Devon..10-9*
Jason...10-9*
Chris....9-10
Josh.....4-15
Playoffs: Grant def. Jason 2 games to 0
Playoffs: Dave def. Devon 2 games to 1
Finals: Dave def. Grant 3 games to 2
Fantasy Baseball '94
Grant......15-4*
Dave.......12-7*
Jason.....10-9
Josh.......10-9
Chris......10-9
Paul........8-11
Brian.......6-13
X-Team...5-14
Playoffs: -Strike Cancelled Season-
Fantasy Baseball '95
Grant......16-5*
Josh.......15-6*
Dave.......13-8*
Chris......12-9*
Brian.......10-11
Jason.....9-12
Yoshi......8-13
X-Team...1-20
Playoffs: Grant def. Chris 4 games to 1
Playoffs: Josh def. Dave 4 games to 3
World Series: Grant def. Josh 4 games to 3

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