Post by battledaddy on Jul 20, 2010 19:33:22 GMT -5
Battleground Pro Wrestling’s biggest show of the summer "Red, White & Bruised" rocks the rafters of Los Alamitos American Legion Post #716 on Saturday July 31st. Feuds will be ended, titles will be on the line and it’ll all be courtesy of violence, weapons and fresh-spilled blood! Here’s a partial card:
BPW Heavyweight Championship Main Event: "Big Nasty" Jason Watts w/Christian Cole v. Extreme Loco in a Street Fight.
BPW Maximum Championship Semi-Main Event: Anthony “Tank” Alvarado w/Rufio Vega v. Robbie Phoenix in a No Ropes/ Weapon-on-a-Pole Match
5X5 Contract Combat: LOUcha Machine v. Damien Arsenick v. Dragon Mask v. Seville Alvarez v. Famous B. The stipulation is Over-the-Top-Rope Elimination, the prize is a one-year contract with BPW.
Tag-Team Extra Point Scramble: The Stepfamily (“The Stepchild” Buford Tucker & “Drunk” Uncle Ronnie) v. The Pacific Coast Heroes (Foob Dogg & Mikey Callahan)
"Criminal" Chris Lyonz & Mike Dillinger v. a team yet to be determined.
More matches to be announced soon.
Battleground Pro Wrestling presents "Red, White & Bruised"! American Legion Post #716 3252 Florista St. Los Alamitos, CA 90720 Doors open at 7:30PM Belltime is 8PM Tickets: Kids $8 Adults $10 *CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
"Red, White & Bruised", a Closer Look: Hey it’s your ol’ buddy Stepdaddy, owner of Battleground Pro Wrestling here to take you through some of the matches you’ll see in our July 31st summer spectacular "Red, White & Bruised"! Twice a year we at Battleground Pro like to blow the roof off the joint in what I like to call a “Pain-Per-View”. Hell yeah it's Pain to watch these shows, because guys are getting their heads smashed in! Old-school pain and retribution rule the day as our wrestlers are allowed to name stipulations and show us all how far they’ll go to win. Our normally family-friendly show has to be extreme because that’s the only way these rivalries can end!
BPW Heavyweight Championship In June "Big Nasty" Jason Watts along with his manager Christian Cole defeated Extreme Loco to win the Battleground Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship. This upset broke hearts all through the audience as BPW’s favorite champ of all time was robbed of his title. Extreme Loco had held onto his Heavyweight Championship belt for an impressive 8 months, but at the last show his streak was broken. This was a terribly controversial match, marred by nonstop shenanigans from Watts & manager Cole. Referee Patrick Hernandez was knocked out briefly and Cole snatched the Champ’s belt from the timekeeper's table to be used as a weapon against Loco.
Moments after the heart-breaking loss, audience-favorite Loco announced he knew this screw-job was coming and had already requested (and been granted) his rematch against Watts at "Red, White & Bruised"! The stipulation? The Heavyweight Championship will be on the line in an all-out Street Fight. No DQ, pins count anywhere, weapons are allowed and Loco promises anyone who interferes will be carried away by either EMTs or pallbearers. July 31st is right around the corner, but it can’t come too soon for a BPW fan! BPW Maximum Championship At our June show “WMD!” Robbie Phoenix defeated Max Champ Anthony “Tank” Alvarado via disqualification. Battleground titles cannot be won via DQ therefore Tank retained his BPW Maximum Championship.
For months Phoenix the determined challenger has proven he can be the man to strip the BPW Max belt from Tank's ample waist. Phoenix has just one problem: Alavrado’s manager Rufio Vega. In May Vega interfered by surreptitiously pushing Robbie’s foot off the rope during a pin attempt, manufacturing a win for Tank. In June Team Tank raised the stakes by forcing Phoenix into the ropes where they choked him into unconsciousness. The refs could not pull Tank off his victim and it took a run-in by BPW owner Stepdaddy (that's me!) to chase away both Alvarado and Vega.
After the fight it was Stepdaddy himself who named Tank’s next match for July 31st’s “Red White & Bruised”: Tank Alvarado must face Robbie Phoenix one last time in a bloody “No Ropes/Weapon-on-a-Pole Match”! In one corner will be hung a barbed wire bat, in another a bag of thumbtacks. The match participants will choose the final two weapons and bloody battle will be waged until either Tank or Phoenix hoists the Battleground Pro Maximum Championship.
5X5 Contract Combat At “Red White & Bruised” it’ll be LOUcha Machine v. Damien Arsenick v. Dragon Mask v. Seville Alvarez v. Famous B in the first ever 5X5 Contract Combat. This match is an Over-the-Top-Rope Elimination and the winner will receive a one-year BPW contract and a spot in one of the hardest-to-get-into locker rooms in SoCal pro wrestling.
BPW fans at our June show saw LOUcha Machine score the final pinfall and win the Wildcard Spot in July’s 5X5 Contract Combat. The three men who lost to LOU got an unexpected break when it was announced that Sheik Khan Adabi had been placed (wrongfully we’re sure) on a “No Fly” list and wouldn't be back from Iran soon enough to participate in the 5X5. Hot lucha-legend-in-the-making Dragon Mask took that spot when he pinned Ray Rosas after turning on partner-in-crime Jeremy Jaeger, tossing him out of the ring.
Going into July’s “Red, White & Bruised” the 5X5 Contract Combatants will do everything they in their power to win. Prepare to see some crazy stuff but expect to see sheer insanity!
Tag-Team Extra Point Scramble: The point-based Tag Team Round-Robin Tournament will climax in September, when the two teams with the highest point scores fight to see who will wear the Battleground Pro Tag Team Championship belts. In June the tournament roared out of the starting gate with a dirty yet decisive win for Lyonz & Dillinger over Foob Dogg & Mikey Callahan aka PCH.
In the second tag match of our June show the always popular Latin Heartthrobs dramatically beat the always dangerous Stepfamily, but at a price. Heartthrob Val Viper is now too injured to continue and the team is out of the tournament. BPW wishes the Heartthrobs the very best in the months to come but July 31st is almost here and everyone wants to know: what team can possibly replace Val Viper & Hector “El Chido” Canales? And what will become of that point The Heartthrobs were force to forfeit?
It’s now official: 1) There will be a replacement team added to the tournament 2) The point in question will be awarded at “Red, White & Bruised” to the team who scores the quickest win.
The Stepfamily (“The Stepchild” Buford Tucker & “Drunk” Uncle Ronnie) will take on The Pacific Coast Heroes (Foob Dogg & Mikey Callahan). "Criminal" Chris Lyonz & Mike Dillinger are cackling over their 1 point lead in the tournament and feel they have a huge advantage as they face the new team. Who will they be? You’ll have to buy a ticket to “Red, White & Bruised” to find out!
There’s a lot more in this show, we’ll post updates for you in the days to come. Hope you’ll join us, this show is going to be huge ...just like your ol’ Stepdaddy!
Post by battledaddy on Jul 28, 2010 5:56:34 GMT -5
Hey there it's the Stepdaddy! July 31st is almost here, "Red, White & Bruised" is happening Saturday night and we at Battleground Pro hope you'll come out to see the show. Here's yet another of our RWB matches; this one has been building up and it's the classic story of David vs. Goliath.
The Animal House: Sexy Chino v. Roadhouse w/Rufio Vega
For the past 3 months SoCal Wrestling favorite Sexy Chino has been bullied and attacked by the Beer-Soaked Behemoth Roadhouse and his manager the slippery Rufio Vega. Sexy Chino tells us he's been pushed around for the last time; he wants justice in the ring! We at Battleground Pro have built an event that will give each of these men a chance to shine and then put this feud to an end. Challenge 1: Dance Contest Challenge 2: Beer-Chugging Contest Challenge 3: All-Out Brawl Dance, Chug, Brawl! We call it The Animal House and we hope you'll be there to see Chino and Roadie slug it out until there is a clear winner. Remember it all happens Saturday!
Battleground Pro Wrestling presents "Red, White & Bruised" Saturday July 31 American Legion Post #716 3252 Florista St. Los Alamitos, CA 90720 Doors open at 7:30PM Belltime is 8PM Tickets: Kids $8 Adults $10 *CARD SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
I was at the show and it was a good one. don't kno why k-cock said they are drawing AWS crowd when it fact the whole house was packed. This are the results...
1. The Plague beat Jacob Diez - decent opener, Plague dominated most of the match.
2. Seville Alvarez won the 5x5 Combat Contract. Damien was first eliminated, followed by Lucha Machine, then DragonMask, and last Pinky subbing for Famous B. - not a fan of 4 ways, 5 ways or 6 ways matches but this one was good. It seemed like it was all Santino students in the match, except for DragonMask. Hopefully all men in thi match get a contract later on as they all were awesome.
3. Robbie Phoenix beat Tank Alverado for the Maximum title- good spots, well played hardcore match. Mr.California should watch this match and maybe he can see how to play out a hardcore match with a story.
4. Roadhouse beat Sexy Chino. Chino won the dance off, Roadhouse won the beer chuggin contest and the fall out brawl. It was what it was. Fun and entertaining.
5. Ray Rosas and Lucha Machine beat Mikey and Foob, Lyons and Dillinger, and Stepchild with no partner - another fun tag, could have been cleaner and crisp imo. Ray and Lucha advance in the tag tourny.
6. Extreme Loco beat Jason Watts for the BPW title - I expected the match to go crazy and all over the place, but it actually all took almost all in the ring. This ends their feud I think.
Post by battledaddy on Aug 4, 2010 20:18:14 GMT -5
Misfit, thank you for writing that up! For some reason it takes me a week to write "quick" results. Thank you for the positive comments, we really worked hard on this show. We had about 75 in attendance and the feedback we've gotten is that people really loved the intense feuds. What can I say, I have great wrestlers and fantastic bookers who really know what a crowd wants from their pro wrestling.
My first BPW show and I, along with my comrads, had a ton of fun. Hot dogs were awesome too. Looking foward towards the next show.
Can't beat them Nathan's!
What, too much?
Wish I coulda made the show - I had plans (and permission) to attend, but I hadda see Scott Lost's last match. Didn't get home till 4AM. Didn't get up till...uh, I don't remember, but it was too late to drive up there. I miss bein part o that crowd!