Post by ArticulatorSK on May 4, 2016 10:57:09 GMT -6
CSW (Chicago Style Wrestling) Live Event Quick Results From Ridgewood High School In Norridge, IL From 4/30/16:
American Lucha (Sombra Del Gato & Malex Matthews) defeated Cali Timber & JW Lovely
Academic Standard GPA retained the CSW Metra Division Championship by beating Weapon Of Mass Seduction Aaron Xavier
Tri-State Air Strike (Desert Scout Colin Smith & Miller Time Chris Miller) defeated The Young Guns (Jake Andrews & Undeniable Elliot Paul)
Superstar Steve Boz w/Kimzilla beat Bulletproof Beau Anderson w/Willie Richardson
Bushwhacker Luke defeated African Warrior Deuce Tray
CSW Tag Team Champion Midwest Bully Willie The Bomb Richardson beat Love Machine Matt Longtime
Hot Girls’ Heroes (Prototype Tony Nas & Roy Flash Gordon) defeated Elite Paine (Elite Marco Anthony & Hell’s Cowboy Hunter Paine)
Hot Chocolate Acid Jaz beat Nick Brubaker
Bryce Benjamin retained the CSW World Heavyweight Championship by defeating The Lunatic
Next Live Events: Friday Night -- May 20, 2016 -- CSW Southland -- Chebanse Civic Center -- Chebanse, IL -- 8:00PM Saturday Night -- May 21, 2016 -- CSW Night Life -- Edison Park Inn -- Chicago, IL -- 7:00PM
Norridge was the site of the return of the tag team of American Lucha; Sombra del Gato and Malex Matthews (after having been on the shelf for months due to a broken ankle). They scored a win over a man who is on the radar of various upper level management in the sport, J.W. Lovely, and versatile newcomer Cal Timber.
Two weeks after costing his team the CSW Tag Team Championships (when he blindsided his partner Marco Anthony, thus enabling Jason Dukes and Willie "The Bomb" Richardson to win the belts), Aaron Xavier challenged GPA for the Metra Division Championship. We have many unanswered questions coming out of the month of April, but by challenging one-fifth of this newly assembled faction, it is safe to say that Xavier's actions were not a result of him being aligned with them. Though Aaron Xavier put forth a staunch challenge, GPA was able to beat him and retain the title.
Still bitter over the obstacles they had to overcome in their quest for the tag team titles, coupled with the the fact that after winning the championships their title reign was cut short at 57 days, Chris Miller and Colin Smith continued on their path to try to derail pro wrestling's brightest new stars, The Young Guns. Miller and Smith beat Jake Andrews and Elliott Paul.
As a pivotal figure in the former triumvirate of Dukes, Richardson, and himself, Beau Anderson again berated everyone and everything in sight: the fans, the company, Ridgewood High School, the entire locker room, and his opponent on this night, rookie T. Johnson, whom he handily scored a win over, in questionable fashion. Mr. Johnson will bounce back from this, no doubt, but as Anderson grabbed the microphone and demanded adulation, he would not have the last word.
After months of being besieged by business dealings and making numerous public appearances, Steve Boz returned specifically to show "Bulletproof" Beau Anderson that he was not at all "bulletproof" against " the B-O-Z." Boz came strictly to fight and, with the stunning Kimzilla at his side, he stood victorious in the ring.
The reappearance of the African Warrior, Duce Trey, was enough to make the legendary Luke Williams (Sheepherders / Bushwhackers) board a flight in New Zealand and come all the way to the northwest suburban Chicago suburbs of Norridge and Harwood Heights to meet his beloved fans and fight Duce Trey. The fact that he is one of the most vicious men ever to set foot in a ring can sometimes be forgotten by the fans who embraced the Sheepherders and turned them into the Bushwhackers, but Duce Trey found out the hard way as the people cheered their beloved Cousin Luke on to victory before joining him in a procession around the ring.
One-half of the CSW Tag Team Champions, Willie "The Bomb" Richardson fought a man that had not been seen in CSW since facing Sean Mulligan back on October 23rd of 2015, none other than Matt Longtime. We can only speculate as to whether Longtime came back to send a message to Jason Dukes, a man he had a violent series of matches with, a few years back, by sending a message to Jason through his tag team partner. Each man hit the other as hard as they could. In the end, Willie was able to win and once again showed why he is one of the best big men in the business.
In a battle of former world tag team championship teams, the team of "HGH" (which stands for Hot Girls Heroes) Tony Nas and Roy "Flash" Gordon took on the irritated, frustrated, and angry Elite Paine; Marco Anthony and Hunter Paine. The tide ebbed back and forth between these two tremendous teams but a miscalculation on the part of Elite Payne saw "Prototype" Tony Nas and Roy "Flash" Gordon come away with the victory.
Two weeks removed from having gold around his waste, Acid Jaz took on the independent circuit's most prominent superstar and Nick Brubaker. Brubaker was quite vocal in letting the audience know his disdain for them as he punished the former champion. In the end, it was the only man to have held every single championship in CSW history (not counting the regional geographically subdivided championships like the Northland and Southland belts) to thwart the onslaught of Brubaker as Acid Jaz came away with the victory.
Former CSW Southland Champion The Lunatic has been in heavy training for his title shot at the CSW Southland's training grounds. Knowing that he would be facing either Acid Jaz or Bryce Benjamin, depending on the outcome of their April 16th match, this crazed individual has practically been living at the Genesis Martial Arts & Fitness facility. As it turns out, this intense preparation almost paid off as he was relentless in his assault on the new champion in Bryce Benjamin's first title defense since taking the championship two weeks beforehand. The crafty and unrepentant champion was, however, able to take advantage of the easily distracted challenger (distracted by flies, questions from the crowd, you name it) as well as the strategic advances of his cohort, Beau Anderson, and on this damp and rainy final night of April, the final result saw Bryce Benjamin score the win and leave the building as champion.