Tuesday, March 24, 2009

RassleResults: EPW Booneville, MS 3.21.09 - Aslyum and PD Gone From EPW!!

Two rings were set up in the EPW arena, and the fans were in for a wild & crazy ride!

"Big Nasty" Bill Bass defeated Chazz.

Jose Guerrero vs. Buzz Harley vs. Internet Champion Tysin Starr was thrown out when Big Nasty Bill Bass interfered. Starr retains.

"Prime Time" Nick Grimes defeated Suicide.

Chazz Stone defeated "Monkey Boy" Danny Morris.

EPW Champion Cassanova Kid over Izzy Rotten & Mason. Kid retains.

Three way tag team match (all 3 titles on the line): TFW Tag Team Champions Syn & DJ Stunner vs. TFW Tag Team Champions "Sons of the South" (Josh Matthews & Chris Styles) vs. EPW Tag Team Champions "PHAT Foundation" (Justin Rhodes & "Big Daddy" Neno) - Match eventually thrown out when former PHAT Foundation member Chris Fontaine interfered. During the melee that followed, Chris Styles received a serious neck injury at the hands of Chris Fontaine. Styles was taken to the hospital after the match. When Styles was taken from the arena he could not feel his feet. By the time he reached the hospital he could not feel or move his legs. I will have more as to his condition as news becomes available.

Main event was an eight man tag team match: Bonecrusher/Soultaker & 24/7 (Kross & JR Mauler) vs. Pure Destruction (Cody & Brody Hawk) & The Asylum (Psycho & Pappy)[picture above]. Stipulations were: NO DQ, fans bring the weapons, losing team leaves EPW. The fans did not disappoint - they brought all kinds of weapons, including two sledge hammers, a kitchen sink, a microwave oven, hubcaps, baseball bats, jumper cables, steel fence posts, boards, a stainless steel mixing bowl, and a host of other toys too numerous to mention. Psycho also brought a bat with thumbtacks attached. To say it was a wild match would be a major understatement. Insane and bloody would be more like it. Eventual winners were Soultaker/Bonecrusher & 24/7, with JR Mauler scoring the pin fall. This means that Pure Destruction & The Asylum are gone from EPW.

I forgot to inquire as to the paid attendance, but I estimate the crowd to be in the 125 - 130 range. They got their money's worth - and more.

Credit: "Axeman" Randall Lewis @ www.wrestlingnewscenter.com