Pro Wrestling Independent Spirit Jun 11, 2013 0:50:33 GMT -5
Post by aceldamas on Jun 11, 2013 0:50:33 GMT -5
Pro Wrestling Independent Spirit
Co-Presented with Resistance Pro
Excalibur Night Club
June 9, 2013
LOUDEN NOXIOUS: "Weeelll-come! To Pro wrestling Independent Spirit! Get set for a wild night of competition!"
(Louden Noxious and Superstar Sean Davis are calling the action)
Johnny Kashmere vs. Danny Doring
After his introduction, Kashmere waits in the ring as Louden announces his opponent. There is no sight of Doring as they watch the curtain. Louden announces him again. "Yeah, yeah, yeah," responds a voice from the other side of the club. Doring comes through the audience, downing the last gulp of beer in his glass. "Keep yer panties on!"
He stops at a table where an attractive young woman is sitting and sets the glass down and eyes her. "Not you though."
This match has a a lot of back and forth countering at first but each man gets his offense going and Doring pulls off the win with the Danaconda.
Winner: Danny Doring
Afa Jr. vs.
J.D. Michaels Eddie Kingston
Before the referee can call for the opening bell, the club's attention turns to a disturbance coming from the entrance. Security is trying to keep Drake Younger from entering the building. With him is 'The Last of a Dying Breed' Eddie Kingston. Commissioner Charlie Cox is soon on the scene and calls Afa over for assistance. With the help of the big Samoan, Younger and Kingston are ejected. Younger is cursing at Cox and Kingston pushes Afa. "You want a fight ya big p***Y? Huh?" Kingston blurts at Afa.
Security now tries top keep these two apart. Afa addresses Cox: "I want him in the ring, Charlie!" Cox shakes his head. "Now, Charlie!"
Not knowing what to do, Charlie instructs security to let them go and the men head to the ring.
Afa delivers the hurt to Kingston but 'The King of Diamonds' won't stay down. Kingston makes a comeback and repeatedly hits the Samoan with Back Fist To The Future. Eventually Afa doesn't get back up and Kingston is victorious and shows the crowd what he thinks of them with his middle finger. Commissioner Cox is beside himself at ringside. He throws his hat on the ground and storms off.
Winner: Eddie Kingston
Mike Quackenbush vs. Ken Doane
This is a good even match but Quackenbush pulls out the win with the Quackendriver II.
Winner: Mike Quackenbush
Intermission: A video montage is presented of clips from past PWIS shows featuring all of the top stars in action. At the end of the video we see:
SPIRIT OF INDEPENDENCE
Coming July 4th
A 16-man tournament to decide the first PWIS Champion.
Vote for who you would like to see participate:
Claudio Castagnoli vs. Adam Pearce w/Ken Doane
Claudio is on the early offense but Pearce dumps him outside of the ring. He gives Castagnoli a spinebuster slam on the floor. Before Claudio can get back in the ring, Ken Doane dropkicks him and delivers an elbow drop. The ref catches him and calls for the disqualification. Pearce and Doane corner Claudio at ringside but before they can start the beatdown, Mike Quackenbush charges out and jumps Pearce. A brawl ensues and security has its hands full for the second time tonight. Commissioner Cox returns to ringside to clear this business up: "All right. If you guys what to go two on two then get in that ring and do it. We're not waiting for another a next time. Referee ring the bell!"
Winner: Claudio Castagnoli
Mike Quackenbush & Claudio Castagnoli vs. Adam Pearce & Ken Doane
The fans are treated to a good tag team match but in the end it turns sour. Quackenbush gets the pinfall against Doane after a Quackendriver II. As the ref starts to raise Quack's hand, Pearce runs in and dropkicks Claudio from the apron and into the barricade. When Quack turns his attention to Pearce, a recovered Doane dropkicks him in the back. Then the two execute a double-team spike Jumping Piledriver. Quackenbush writhes on the canvas clutching his neck. As the heels retreat up the ramp they are greeted by Commissioner Cox coming through the curtain. "Where do you clowns think you're going?! I've had it with this crap! The two of you are suspended for two months and there will be fines handed out!"
Pearce is slack-jaw stunned and Doane throws a fit.
LOUDEN: "I think Kenny just realized he's thrown away his chance to be in the championship tournament next month."
SUPERSTAR SEAN: "This Cox guy is out of line throwing those kind of suspensions around. Who put him in charge anyway?"
Winners: Mike Quackenbush & Claudio Castagnoli
Rob Van Dam vs. Robert Anthony
The crowd is really excited for this match. Each competitor takes turns on offense but RVD starts putting together a string of pin attempts with body scissors cradles. As Anthony starts to anticipate more chain wrestling, RVD goes high and hits him with a roundhouse kick to the head, dropping Anthony for the pin. After the match the men shake hands and raise each others hands to the crowds approval.
Winner: Rob Van Dam
PWIS Tag Team Championship
The Naptown Dragons vs. Colt Cabana & 2 Cold Scorpio
More excitement from the crowd as the two popular teams square off for the title. Cabana starts out against Scotty Vortekz. Colt gets the quick upper hand and applies the Billy Goat's Curse. Dustin Lee makes the save but Scorpio comes in and the two start brawling. Cabana hefts Vortekz up onto his shoulder and drops him with a Colt .45. Lee breaks up the pin attempt. Cabana flings Scotty into the ropes and attempts a sunset flip but Vortekz hooks his ankles and secures the pin. A surprised Cabana can't believe it. The champs display their belts to the crowd as Colt and Scorpio leave.
Winners: Naptown Dragons
Mike Quackenbush is having his neck checked out as Claudio Castagnoli approaches.
CLAUDIO: "Hey, Mike. You didn't have to do that tonight. Now, if you're hurt, you might have jeopardized your chances in the tournament."
MIKE: "It's alright Claudio. I know we are in competition against each other in the rankings but I don't like to see guys like them bullying someone. I'll be okay. And hopefully we'll meet in the tournament."
CLAUDIO: "Thanks, Mike. I won't forget it."