KC's Finest Pro Wrestling/America's Finest Pro Wrestling Aug 2, 2020 11:22:26 GMT -5 Bri likes this
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AMERICA’S FINEST PRO WRESTLING
ATLANTA, GA – PONCE DE LEON PARK
ATLANTA, GA – PONCE DE LEON PARK
(Promoter Marco Epstein is in the ring.)
Epstein: Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to America’s Finest Pro Wrestling. We are happy to be here in Atlanta and look forward to showing you the finest in pro wrestling. At our event today we have two titles matches as the brothers Vachon get a chance to regain the tag team title belts as they take on our new champs, the father and son team of John and Gregory Valentine. Then in what should be a fantastic wrestling match the Pride of America, Matthew Cross defends his newly won title against the very talented John Abraham Lincoln. You will also see some familiar faces as Anthony Atlas and Kevin Sullivan will be with us today. So, without further ado, let’s get to the action.
‘Ox’ Baker Monroe & Gregory Iron w/Mary Elizabeth Monroe vs. ‘Big’ Sue Jackson & Heidi The Riveter
Heidi insisted on starting the match for her team and held her own against Iron. Iron tagged Monroe, who took over the match until Heidi was able to tag Jackson. The action continued back and forth as the two big men slugged it out. The action spilled out of the ring, where Monroe slammed Jackson through a ringside table and the referee disqualified Monroe for his actions.
Michael Graham vs. Marion Fontaine
Graham was excited to make an impact as a permanent member of the troupe, but faced a formidle foe in the more experienced pugilist, Fontaine. Fontaine controled the majority of the match before gaining a very close near fall with a PUGILIST’S HOOK. Graham was woozy as he regained his feet and was caught with a second PUGILIST’S HOOK to give Fontaine the victory.
Allie Kat vs. Thunderkitty
Thunderkitty was all over the promoter’s daughter and put her out with a SLEEPER HOLD.
Jeff King & Nicholas Valentino vs. The Jeepers (Clean & Jerk)
King and Valentino are not known for competing in tag team competition, but they’ve teamed up to takeon The Jeepers. The Jeepers gained the early advantage, but King and Valentino battled back. The action continued back and forth with both teams executing multiple tags. The action spilled out of the ring, where Clean brawled with King. In the heat of the moment Clean grabbed a wooden chair and smashed it over the back of King, earning Clean the disqualification.
Robert Roop vs. Anthony Atlas
Roop was distracted by the appearance of Kevin Sullivan at ringside. Atlas started off quickly and over powered Roop, gaining a couple of near falls before beating Roop with a PRESS SLAM AND SPLASH.
(After the match Sullivan approached Roop and whispered something into his ear. Roop immediately gained his feet and attacked Atlas from behind as Atlas celebrated his victory. Roop, with a faraway look in his eyes, viciously beat Atlas down, delivering multiple SHOULDER BREAKERS to Atlas. Atlas was hurt as The Jeepers arrived in the ring, along with several security personnel. Sullivan dragged Roop away by the hair as Atlas cried out in pain from the center of the ring.)
Isaias Velasquez & Craig Mitchell vs. Rag Time Express (Robert Gibson & Richard Morton)
The former champs looked to get back in the win column, but faced a tough challenge against the up and coming Velasquez and Mitchell. Both teams battled back and forth, trying to gain the advantage. They executed multiple tags, but neither team cound get much going. The action spilled out of the ring as both teams brawled. The referee lost control of the match and disqualified both teams.
Kevin Sullivan w/Bob Roop vs. Shane Douglas
Sullivan came to the ring trailed by Roop, but Roop’s appearance had drastically changed. His eyes were more sunken, half of his head was shaved and he looked to be in a bit of a trance. Douglas gained the early advantage and gained a couple of near falls. The ref went down after a mistimed leap from the turnbuckle by Douglas. As Douglas checked on the referee, Sullivan pulled a golden spike from his trunks and his Douglas with it from behind. Sullivan went on to dominate Douglas while the referee was down, brutally assaulting the young man. The referee recovered to see Douglas busted open and an aggressive Sullivan beating Douglas while Douglas was in the Tree of Woe. Douglas battled back and looked to have Sullivan beat after a THE PLUNGE, but Roop interfered. Douglas disposed of Roop and delivered a BELLY TO BELLY SUPLEX to get the victory.
AMERICA’S FINEST TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH
Maurice & Paul Vachon vs. America’s Finest Tag Team John & Gregory Valentine
John seemed to be very supportive of his son as he encouraged Gregory to start out the match. Gregory tried to keep his father satisfied, but John’s satisfaction did not last long as The Vachons gained the advantage. Gregory regained the advantage and gained a near fall with a shoulder breaker. Gregory followed up by locking Maurice in a FIGURE FOUR LEGLOCK. Paul tried to enter the ring, but John cut him off. Maurice did manage to escape the hold and the match continued. As Paul and John brawled Gregory locked in the FIGURE FOUR LEGLOCK again. Maurice had too much taken out of him after being locked in the hold just a few seconds before and was forced to submit.
PRIDE OF AMERICA TITLE MATCH
John Abraham Lincoln vs. Pride of America Matthew Cross
A handshake started this grueling back and forth contest. Both men grew frustrated when they couldn’t put the other away. The match broke down as tempers flared and both men brawled outside the ring. The referee began his ten count, but neither competitor noticed and both men were counted out. Security was called on to regain order, which the did. Cooler heads prevailed as Lincoln and Cross shook hands once the fracas was broken up.
(Promoter Marco Epstein thanked the fans for attending and invited them back for the next event.)