Ringside Championship Wrestling (RCW) returned to Forrest City, AR last night at the Boys & Girls Club of St. Francis County. Here are the results . . .
- Brian Thompson opened the show by introducing former WWE/ECW Star Rodney Mack, who returned to RCW after a short hiatus. Mack got a good pop from several DCW alumni in attendance. However, it didn't take long for him to get a heel reaction by trash talking and saying that he is here to simply "hurt people."
- "The Golden Boy" Greg Anthony defeated Kid Nikels with a little outside interference from "Beautiful" Bobby Eaton.
- Thompson brought out Ron Rage for what was thought to be an interview. He then said the "Rage" he meant to bring out was "Raven Rage." She was introduced and presented an award. Then the RCW mascot Ringside Redd came out and was attacked by Ron Rage. Last month in Forrest City, the mascot attacked Rage and revealed himself to be Matt Riviera. Half-way through Rage's attack, Riviera came out laughing. Rage took the mask off to reveal Steve Cherry.
- "All That" Alan Steele defeated "Dynamite" Seth Knight to remain undefeated in RCW. After the bout, "The Golden Boy" Greg Anthony came out for a "Golden Circle" segment. He asked Steele just who it is that he has been looking for during the past two months. Steele whispered the answer to Anthony, but would not tell the live audience.
- Premiere Brutality ("3G" Eric Wayne & Kid Nikels) defeated Midnight Gold ("Beautiful" Bobby Eaton & "The Golden Boy" Greg Anthony when Wayne pinned Anthony. At the start of the match, Eaton and Nikels brawled to the back continuing the heat from earlier in the night to leave Wayne and Anthony virtually alone for a singles match.
- Ron Rage defeated Matt Riviera by countout. After the match, Rodney Mack attacked Rage.
- Jon Michael Worthington defeated Christian Jacobs to become the first ever RCW Champion. Match was very good, going about 30 minutes.
RassleNotes: About 80 in attendance. Loud crowd all night. Several DCW personalities were in the house including former WWE Women's Champion Jazz. Del McKie, who used to work with Lethal Attitude Wrestling, was in attendance helping out and visiting old friends.