November 15, 2002
In an exciting opener, Thrillogy, consisting of Chris
Camero and Kid Mikaze, amazed fans with their high-flying ability against the
technically sound HCI (Kid Krazy and Adam Hastey). There was a little
miscommunication by Zachary of the HCI Marketing Department as he attempted to
hit Camero with a pair of Brass Knuckles and hit Hastey, leaving him prone to
Mikaze’s Shinobi Press (Standing 360 Shooting Star Press) for the win.
Mark Reality came out to the ring to tell the fans a little
about the new Luck of the Draw title which people have been buzzing about for
the past few months. Although
Reality did not allude to what the LotD was, he said it would be new and
innovative. With that in mind,
Triplelicious and Derik Destiny came to ringside to receive the rules of the
match. Reality called for a coin
toss to chose the stipulation for the match and Destiny lost toss twice, giving
the choice to Triplelicious. Trip
asked for World Class rules, which meant throwing your opponent over the top
rope and piledrivers were automatic disqualifications.
Destiny received one of the loudest pops of the night when he hit a
rolling senton out of the ring on to Trip.
After teasing throwing Derik over the top rope, Destiny was able to
reverse Trip, setting up for a backdrop, when Triplelicious dropped him with a
piledriver causing an automatic DQ. On
his way to the locker room, Trip was extremely irate and screamed out many
offensive and racist remarks.
“Big League” Brian Black visited the Wyldside this
month. TJ Wyld asked him to comment
on his match with Mike Anthony at Animosity.
The man from the Big Leagues stated that Anthony would not last another 5
minutes with him and called Mike out for the 5 minutes.
“Hott Stuff” Paul Hudson came out and slapped Brian in the face
leading to a match. Hudson did
everything he could to take Black down however, his size and strength proved to
be an obstacle. Big League
rebounded by launching Hudson into the first row of fans with a press to the
outside and then capitalized with his Stirred not Shaken (Full Nelson Slam) for
In a match billed as a grudge match, “Psycho” Mike
Osbourne defeated “Kick Ass” Kyle Storm by disqualification. Kyle had hit his Choke Collar (Snap Spinning Neckbreaker) and
a top rope elbow, both of which Mike kicked out of. Storm then proceeded to nail Osbourne several times with a
chair, causing the DQ. It took five nasty chair shots to finally knock the
Psychotic One off his feet.
KL Murphy defeated Duff in a return match from
“Treachery” with the Knee Strike to the temple.
“Talented” Dean Ripley came out with his tag team
champions The Talent Exchange (Johnny Curtis/Kenn Phoenix) thinking it would be
an easy night for defending the title, but they were mistaken.
Mike Paiva of Fuzion came out with the injured Blade and Mercedes.
The team signaled to the back and Thriloogy’s music hit. Kid Mikaze ran from the back and stated he would be Paiva’s
partner. They proved to be a
cohesive team including hitting Phoenix with Fuzion’s own Double Moonsault
Japanese Armdrag. It looked like
the champions would hold onto their titles when Curtis hit his Aerial Crash from
the top rope and covered Paiva, however Pavia kicked out at 2, just in time for
Mikaze to hit his Shinobi press. Both
Paiva and Mikaze placed an arm on Curtis to win the Tag Team titles.
After the win, Mike Paiva asked for the mic and thanked Mikaze for
stepping into the match for Blade. He
then asked him to hand the tag title to Blade.
Mikaze answered him and stated that if it weren’t for him, they
wouldn’t even be champions, and they should relinquish the title to Chris
Camero. At that time, The Talent
Exchange rebounded and hit all competitors with the belts.
During the carnage, Ripley got on the mic screaming about respect and how
they had signed to wrestle Fuzion, not Paiva and Mikaze.
He also ranted that they were still champions because possession is
9/10ths of the law. The Talent
Exchange left Fuzion and Thrillogy lying in the ring.
Mark Reality came to ringside with the PWF NE Junior
Heavyweight Champion “Toxic” Tommy Knoxville.
It was a sentimental moment as Reality handed Knoxy a new pair of
sunglasses and Knoxy kicked out TJ Wyld once again from commentary.
Knoxville would be defending against Vertabreaker.
In a match that amazed fans, Vertabreaker attempted to pull Knoxville
into the ring with a suplex, however, Mark Reality walked from the commentary
booth and pulled Vertabreaker’s legs out allowing Knoxville to cover Verte for
the pin. The referee did not see
Reality holding the legs.
In the main event built over a year, Chris Venom finally had his shot against “Bad Boy” Billy Black for the vacant PWF NE Heavyweight title. Black came to ringside with his sidekick Larry Huntley who hadn’t been seen in months. A submission match determined the first fall. The second fall was to be a bunkhouse brawl. In need of a third fall, it would be decided in a Falls Count Anywhere match. The first fall proved to be a classic wrestling match, which saw many submissions and reversals. While Bad Boy worked on Venom’s leg with spinning toeholds, Chris worked towards his cross face submission. “ The Revolution” was able to get the first fall by reversing the Bad Day (Inverted Spinning Neckbreaker) into the cross face submission. During the second fall, Larry Huntley presented Billy with a bull rope with a cowbell. The cowbells came into play several times during the match and eventually lead to Bad Boy receiving the second fall. Before the third match could begin, Huntley ran into the ring and began beating on Venom. Senior Referee Pepe Sanchez decreed that Huntley would be banned from ringside for the final fall. This match poured all over the Wrestleplex including into the back offices. Both wrestlers gave everything they had, but it took two BT FN R’s (Chris Venom’s modified T-Bone Suplex) and a Fisherman’s suplex onto a chair for Venom to win the match. Venom had become the new PWF NE Heavyweight Champion to a standing ovation as the fans cheered PWF.