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Voice of Professional Wrestling (Amped 8-15-18)

August 16, 2018

 

Hey there, dinks and stinks! The craziness continues at Rockstar Pro with a chair-wielding attacker (or attackers) still at large. Jon Murray thinks Ace Romero is to blame. Ace thinks it’s Murray. Larry D just wants to punch people in the face and win the Rockstar Pro World Championship. Without any further ado, let’s do it to it.

 

The evening began with a singles contest between The Administration’s “Executive Secretary of Defense” Mr. Boone and young up-and-comer “The Joesen One” Joe Alonzo. Boone was all power and control, while Alonzo brought unbridled energy and speed to the match. Alonzo insisted that Boone’s earpiece proved he was a narc, but that’s just lunacy. In the end, Boone chucked said earpiece into Joe’s face before dumping Alonzo on his head with a Pedigree. That’s one win for The Administration! 

 

Next, Sami Callihan hit the ring after a fitting introduction from “The Iron Manager” JT Davidson. Sami was in a mood to fight and issued an open challenger to any unproven wrestler in the back. Steve Manders was more than happy to answer the call. The two went at one another like a couple of wild animals, just beating the absolute hell out of each other. Manders put in a helluva fight, and damn does this kid put some power behind every punch! Sami eventually got the advantage and took home a win with a Pulling Piledriver that dropped Manders right on his forehead. It was quite the welcoming party for Manders. Now the pressure is on him to make an impact at Rockstar Pro.

 

Thirdly, we had a Mosh Pit Scramble to bring even more chaos to the ring! Entrants included Roy “Flash” Gordon, “Too Swole to Control” Clayton Gainz, Nate Wings, “Cutthroat” Austin Manix, and “Bare Knuckle Berserker” Lord Crewe. It was a great scramble, filled with all of the chaos and incredible athleticism that only Rockstar Pro can bring you every week. Clayton Gainz, the smarty pants that he is, laid low until the perfect opportunity presented itself. He flew through the curtain and between the ropes and blasted Manix with a 3CC for the pin and the win.

 

More singles action followed between The Administration’s “Executive Secretary of Offense” Mr. Bruise on “Nobody’s Homey” Pompano Joe. Trey didn’t want Joe as a tag partner. He was unwelcome in recent scrambles. I suppose singles action is all Pompano has left! The two went back-and-forth for a while. Mr. Bruise clearly had the power advantage, but Joe’s crafty veteran knowhow held true. Bruise took the victory with a massive Pounce that sent Pompano all the way across the ring! That’s two wins so far for The Administration! Things are looking great for Bruce Grey’s main event title shot!

 

A proven powerhouse stepped into the ring at Rockstar Pro Arena for the first time when Madman Fulton faced “Baddest Man Alive” Aaron Williams. The 6’8’ tall Fulton is a mountain of a man who absolutely towered over Williams in the ring. We all know, however, that size isn’t everything. Madman used brute force to take Aaron to the mat multiple times, but Aaron simply wouldn’t stay down. The “BMA” managed to pin Fulton after a perfectly placed KO kick to the back of the head Aaron calls Harakiri. Williams looked great, but I doubt we’ve seen the last of Fulton.

 

“The Man Without F’n Fear” Kyle Maverick sought a bit of revenge against “The Destroyer” Jeremiah in a one-on-one contest. Of course “Lost Girl” Samantha Heights was there as well. She and Maverick seem to be attached at the hip. As always, crooked official P.D. Barton was there to cheat for Jeremiah. In fact, when Jeremiah chucked Kyle through the ropes and out of the ring Barton made the ten count in less than five seconds! It was a Count Out victory for Jeremiah... until CW Scott had Head of Security Ed escort Barton out of the building. Scott restarted the match with himself as the referee! As Jeremiah complained, Maverick pinned him with a Schoolboy for the 1-2-3! Maverick got the W, and Jeremiah couldn’t have been angrier. Good times!

 

Our first and only tag team contest of the evening pitted Trios Tag Team Champions Night Ryderz (Dustin Rayz & Alex Colon) against the returning from suspension “Pure Trash” Ron Mathis and Crash Jaxon. Mathis clearly saw something in Jaxon, and the two almost immediately seemed to form a mentor/mentee relationship. In Mathis’ own words, he has a way of turning trash into gold. Unfortunately for this new pairing, Night Ryderz hold the gold and won’t let it go. Rayz and Colon know one another and tag team wrestling so well, their double team moves appear almost effortless. The Ryderz hit the Ride of Death on Crash to claim yet another victory. Hey, Rome wasn’t built in a day!

 

For the first time ever “Killer King” Dave Crist faced 2018 Tournament of Fight winner “Legendary” Larry D in our next match! There was an electricity in the air as these two warriors entered the squared circle. Crist and D are two professional athletes at the top of their respective games. This match was great! Too good to just give you the details here. You’re going to have to subscribe to Rockstarpronetwork.com to experience the thrill of this one. D eventually got the better of Crist with a Pop-up Knockout Punch to the jaw. Damn, that Larry D is a beast!

 

Our main event was a champion versus champion singles contest. Rockstar Pro Trios Captain’s Champion and President of the Administration “True Grit” Bruce Grey took on Rockstar Pro World Champion “The Fart That Came to Life” Jon Murray. Plus, Jon Murray’s World Championship was on the line! Even Ace Romero brought a chair to ringside to watch this one go down. One thing was clear throughout this match, Murray refused to trust The Administration. He even tried to DDT Bruce Grey! One simply doesn’t do that. Thankfully, Brucey paid Jon back with a Chokebomb of his own. There was a lot of craziness in this match, but it was clear that Grey deeply desired to be a double champion. Unfortunately, the lights went out and a clatter filled the silence. When the room was once again illuminated both Murray and Grey were down under a pile of chairs. Both competitors struggled to their feet. Then Murray hit a shitty Chokebomb and won. Dammit! At least Ace beat him down with a chair afterward! We truly ended on a high note!

 

That does it for this week! Join us at 1106 E. 3rd St. in Dayton, Ohio every Wednesday night for Amped and on Friday, September 7th for Weekend at Murray’s. Also, you can view everything Rockstar Pro and more by subscribing to Rockstarpronetwork.com for just five bucks a month. Until then, I remain your Rockstar Pro color commentator and the Voice of Professional Wrestling.

 

 

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