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NWA Anarchy TV Report
Episode 125
July 7, 2008

I was extremely busy for the past week dealing with driving from Virginia to South Dakota, dealing with living in Beirut with firecrackers going off 24 hours a day until Saturday, the Sitting Bull Rodeo and two Badlands Championship Wrestling shows. Due to being worn out, major apologies for the lack of commentary this week.

WRESTLING: (n.) \’res-ling\ A sport of contest in which two individuals face off in unarmed combat.
ANARCHY: (n.) \an-ar-key\ (1) A state of lawlessness due to absence of authority. (2) A complete lack of order.
What happens when you mix the two together? NWA-Anarchy!

- Welcome to NWA Anarchy Wrestling, this is PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING~! Last week on NWA Anarchy TV, Jeff G Bailey unveiled “the Butcher of Pyongyang” Kimo who teamed with Phil Shatter to dispose of four hapless jobbers. Iceberg continued the carnage much to the dismay of the NWA Elite. Security stepped in time to prevent a second colossal feud between the NWA Elite and the Devil’s Rejects from exploding. The festivities continued on NWA Anarchy TV as the Konkrete Gorillas destroyed Shadow Jackson & Slim J. Nemesis channeled Abdullah the Butcher by massacring Shadow’s head with the remnants of the Mysterious Benefactor Trophy and Jay Fury hung himself a whitey. Both men were hospitalized. This week, the #1 contender to NWA Anarchy TV Champion Truitt Fields will be determined when Hayden Young and Jeff Lewis settle their differences. Shaun Tempers accompanied to the ring by Azreal & Dan Wilson & the Staff of Righteousness will attempt to neutralize Shatter with Kimo & Jeff G. Bailey.

1. “The Winner of the Parham Bump” Malachi defeated TK Kross.
I suspect that Bailey or Wilson will summon their evil hoards to bludgeon both wrestlers. Kross is seething at becoming NWA Anarchy’s whipping boy and immediately unleashes his aggression on Malachi. After taking a pounding, Malachi slumps in the corner where Kross kills him with a dropkick. Malachi fights back, but Kross fires a double thrust to the throat and resorts to a blatant choke. After commercial, Malachi disposes of Kross with a STO neckbreaker into a DDT for the pinfall victory.
COMMENTS: This was a fine opening match, but neither wrestler stood out with the crowd.

- Chad Parham simply admires Seth Delay’s juvenile behavior and his beautiful tie. Parham takes a seat, wraps his arm around Delay and soils himself in admiration. Parham basks in Delay’s glory of obtaining legendary status at the young age of 16. What makes Parham relishes even more is that Delay is infuriating NWA Anarchy Owner Jerry Palmer. “When you infuriate Jerry Palmer it means you’re something in this business.” For that, Parham has Delay’s back. Delay is glad that Parham has his back covered because the ring rats have had the front covered.

2. “The Feature Presentation” Jeff Lewis fought Hayden Young.
These two are no strangers at vying for the TV Title. Back in early 2006, Young attempted to unstrap Lewis of the NWA Anarchy TV Title one week after the Feature Presentation destroyed Slim J to commence his second reign as champion. The current reigning NWA Anarchy TV Champion Truitt Fields joins on commentary and John Johnson immediately makes accusations of a time shaving scandal. Johnson calls Fields a shameful champion. Fields refuses to answer Johnson’s shenanigans. Greg Hunter asks Fields who he would rather face and Fields responds they’re all on even ground. Young frustrates Lewis in the opening moments, but the advantage is short lived. Lewis prepares for a successful sequel when he trips up Young on an Asai moonsault attempt. Young’s head splatters the ground. After commercial, Young barely escapes a chinlock and buys himself time with a desperation flip kick. With less than a minute remaining, both wrestlers trade near falls. Lewis connects with the Final Curtain as the time limit expires. Like the second episode of NWA Anarchy TV, these two fight to a draw. Afterwards, Fields chases off Lewis to prevent further attack to Young. Fields offers a handshake to Young. It looks like the #1 contendership is still in the air.
COMMENTS: This is a solidly booked and executed storyline, but it something is just missing from this feud to make fans care for it.

- Seth Delay vs. Sal Rinauro is supposed to be out next match, but Todd Sexton abets in a double team assault. However, Ace Rockwell has a personal score to settle with Sexton and makes the save to make this a tag match.

3. Sal Rinauro & Ace Rockwell fought Todd Sexton & Seth Delay.
Rockwell spends no time hesitating in wiping out his adversaries with a slingshot cross bodyblock after referee Brent Wiley deems this a tag team contest. The rudo contingent head back in and Sexton double axe-handles Rinauro from behind to gain a momentary advantage. The technicos have other ideas and take back over. Rockwell plays face-in-peril after walking into a dropkick. After commercial, Sexton & Delay continue their assault on Rockwell. The tide turns for worse when Delay pulls off Rockwell’s necklace, brandishes it and places it around his neck. Delay prepares for a top rope double sledge, but Rockwell counters with a lungblower to the face. Rinauro receives the hot tag and ducks the Sexecution. Rinauro goes Buck Wild on Sexton. Rockwell and Delay join the fray to turn this into a Pier 6 brawl. Wiley loses control and calls for the bell. Afterwards, the Technicians’ attack is quickly repelled. Unfortunately, the advantage is short lived when Chad Parham chair smashes Rinauro. The carnage ends with Jerry Palmer makes the save with an axe-handle.
COMMENTS: This was good stuff. Parham, Sexton & Delay, what a combination.

4. “The Universal Soldier” Phil Shatter w/Jeff G. Bailey pinned “the Sleeper Cell” Shaun Tempers w/”the Reverend” Dan Wilson & the Staff of Righteousness.
Kimo is a great character as he demonstrated on the Carolina independent wrestling scene. Kimo & Bailey are escorted to the locker room before the action commences, which is a good thing. You can’t have a butcher/assassin running loose in the NWA Arena. This starts out as a brawl beside the announcer’s booth. Shatter powers his way to an early advantage by clubbing and choking Tempers. Shatter sets up for the PTSD powerbomb, but Tempers backdrops him on the entrance ramp. Ouch, Shatter knows how to bump. Back in the ring, Tempers focuses on Shatter’s back by humbling him. Shatter finally escapes by backing Tempers in the corner and follows up with a clothesline. Shatter refuses to make a cover and pounds Tempers. Tempers escapes a scoop slam and dumps Shatter to the floor. Tempers heads out for an attack, but Shatter fires back. Bailey encourages Shatter back into the ring and eats a running knee. Tempers heads to the top rope and Shatter drills him with a belly to belly suplex for a two count. Shatter sets up for the spear, but Tempers shoves the referee in the way. Azreal joins his tag partner for the Hellhammer, but Kimo intercepts Azreal with a Samoan drop. Shatter powerbombs Tempers and referee Brent Wiley runs out to count the pinfall to the delight of the crowd.
COMMENTS: This was great stuff for television. Tempers proved he could wrestle a high caliber singles match.

OVERALL: After a slow start the second half was really good. The thing is the second and third hottest feuds in Anarchy would tank as top feud in almost every other indy promotion.
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