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Wednesday, July 04, 2007

ACW 7/3 Results: Lots of Fireworks Before The 4th

Please credit Alan J. Wojcik of http://alanwojcik.com thanks and happy days to you.

People of New Port Richey Florida and its surrounding cities came out on July 3, 2007 to celebrate the 4th with American Combat Wrestling at Bourbon St Night Club, 4331 US19N.

The evening was opened by the winners of last week’s barbwire match; Sideshow and ACW Unified Heavyweight champion “Rough House” Ralph Mosca who thanked the fans for coming out. Mosca reminded the fans he has five minutes alone with George Martel later tonight. Sideshow told everyone to attend the 2007 Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup in two weeks.

(1) Austin Amadeus of the New Movement (w/George Martel) defeated Shan Hill.

This was Hill’s first match back after a leg injury and Amadeus gave Hill a workout as he made Hill chase him around. Amadeus refused to enter the ring and when he did Hill used his enormous power advantage to manipulate Amadeus’ body into a pretzel. That went on until Martel got involved, dragging Hill to the floor. As Hill stalked Martel, Amadeus attacked from behind. The match came back to the ring where Amadeus took the power game away from Hill by attacking the left arm. Amadeus went for a backdrop which Hill telegraphed and went for a sunset flip, but Amadeus wouldn’t fall. So Hill pulled down his tights, exposing Amadeus’ behind to all and Hill chopped the fanny. Hill hit a spinebuster and thought it was over but Amadeus kicked out. Hill went for another spinebuster but Amadeus grabbed onto Hill and fell forward. With some help from Martel and the ropes, Amadeus got the pinfall victory and he ran to the locker room as Hill realized he got screwed over.

(2) ACW Cruiserweight champion Jaison Moore defeated Suicide.

Both men traded armdrags but Moore hit one then got a waistlock takeover and drove his knee into Suicide’s face. Moore hit a leg lariat that sent Suicide to the floor so Moore followed him out and the forearms ensued. Moore took Suicide back to the ring and buried a kick right in the back. Suicide fought back but Moore hit two clotheslines and an elbow to the face for two. Moore tagged Suicide with several kicks to the face but Suicide hit the ultimate equalizer, a shot to the crotch. Suicide resorted to some martial arts chokes to keep control but Moore fought back with a suplex into a sitout power bomb for two. Suicide fired back with a variation of a jawbreaker using his knees on Moore’s face. Suicide went up but missed a moonsault and Moore went back on the attack and got the submission victory with his variation of the Crossface/STF.

(3) “Raging Bull” Eddie Taurus of the New Movement (w/George Martel) defeated Stash.

Before the match David Mercury tried to convince his former Fahrenheit 420 partner to join the New Movement. Stash thought the offer and the wardrobe Mercury brought with him. But Stash opted to tell Mercury he sold out to the Man. The New Movement jumped Stash but he fought back and hit all of them with a plancha to the floor. After the New Movement held a mini conference, Taurus entered the ring but Stash clotheslined him to the floor. As Taurus regrouped on the floor Stash argued with Mercury but got decked from behind by Taurus who recovered. Once the action came back to the ring, Taurus kept Stash close to the ropes so the New Movement could get in cheap shots as Taurus kept the referee occupied. However all the trickery didn’t get Stash’s shoulders to the mat nor did he submit. Instead Stash thought of his favorite brownies and that got him energized. Taurus tried to slow Stash down with an abdominal stretch, with some additional leverage from his friends on the floor. Stash got his wind back and laid into Taurus with punches and suplex for two. Stash went up top but Taurus moved so Stash avoided Taurus and hit a superkick for two. Stash missed a frog splash but cut off Taurus’ attempted one with a huricurana. Stash thought he had the match won but Martel got Billy Dalton’s attention and Mercury KO’d his former partner with a superkick. To add insult they laid the sport coat over the fallen Stash and mocked the fans.

(4) Due to last week’s main event stipulation, ACW Unified Heavyweight champion “Rough House” Ralph Mosca got five minutes alone with New Movement spokesperson George Martel. Actually Mosca decided to change the plans since someone called Mosca wanting to kick Martel’s ass. So Martel did five minutes with ACW championship committee member Big Jim. Since he was in such a good and inebriated mood, Mosca decided to be the referee for this event that turned into an actual brawl in the ring for about five minutes.

Before the next match Nooie Lee & Shayne Swift came out to address their match from last week with the ACW Tag Team champions Delta Iota Kappa. They said they there robbed last week and wanted a rematch. Well the champions came out and addressed Lee & Swift, accepting the challenge by jumping them.

(5) ACW Tag Team champions Delta Iota Kappa (Sedrick Strong & “Candizzle Dream” Joshua Masters w/Fetish) vs. Nooie Lee & Shayne Swift.

That attack backfired as Lee and Swift sent the champs running to the floor and followed them out with topes. Masters dragged Swift back to the ring and proceeded to beat Swift senseless for several minutes with help from Strong and Fetish’s trusty flogger. Thanks Lee and the fans cheering him on, Swift held off defeat as he was finally able to tag in Lee who cleaned house. Lee hit Strong with a clothesline that sent both of them over the ropes and to the floor. Swift went to follow but Masters dropkicked Swift to the floor. Lee went into attack Masters but instead got hit with a double team chokeslam to lose via pinfall. Masters and Strong felt they needed to send a message to the other ACW tag teams, so they laid out Lee & Swift until the referee threatened to reverse the decision.

(6) In a Hardcore match, Ray Beez defeated “The G.O.A.T” David Mercury of the New Movement (w/Eddie Taurus).

This one actually started out with some amateur moves but quickly became a slugfest when Beez clotheslined Mercury to the floor. Both men traded punches and forearms as the action came back to the ring apron. Beez blocked a suplex back into the ring so Mercury improvised and hit a DDT for two. Mercury went for a submission win with a rear chinlock which looked more like a rear naked choke hold. Beez got to his feet but Mercury hit a running knee to the face. Mercury went back to the submission booklet and locked in a camel clutch like hold but Beez got to his feet only to be hit with a back suplex for two. Mercury locked in a sleeper hold but Beez got out with a jawbreaker and hit an exploder. Beez countered out of a wheel barrel and hit a spinebuster but couldn’t recover. Beez went up top but Mercury met him and sent Beez crashing to the floor. Mercury followed Beez out and tossed him into several rows of chair, sending fans running for their lives. The two men fought over to the main staging area where Mercury hit a suplex and got a two count. Mercury dragged Beez back to the ring and went for a moonsault but landed on Beez’s knee. Beez realized what happened and quickly covered the incapacitated Mercury.

After the match the New Movement requested we post the following:

The New Movement has established their own MySpace account at the following location: www.myspace.com/thegangthatbangs

Remember ACW is back online, so log onto www.acwflorida.com for information on our events at Bourbon Street Night Club. You can watch previous ACW shows on www.combat-tv.com. Like live music, then check out www.clubbourbonstreet.com for info on upcoming concerts like Stormbringer, Brian Chris Band, Suede and Walls of Echoes.

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