Monday, July 05, 2010

RassleResults: RCW at Fourth in the Forest

Ringside Championship Wrestling (RCW) presented approximately one hour of live wrestling on Saturday as part of the annual Fourth in the Forest festival at Craighead Forest Park in Jonesboro, AR. Here are the results.

- "Dynamite" Seth Knight defeated Chris O'Neal and Stan Lee in a "3-Way Dance." Originally, O'Neal and Lee were set to work in a tag team match but their opponents did not show. They then said they still wanted to compete and made a bet as to who would win a match between the two. Knight came out and after some verbal back and forth, the match was made into a "3-Way Dance." After the bout, Knight continued to talk trash even taunting Lee's "shoot job boss" who came into the ring. Eventually, O'Neal and Lee double teamed Knight and shoved his face into the boss.

- Rodney Mack & "All That" Alan Steele defeated Jamie Jay & Tony Gunn when Gunn submitted to Steele's "Steele Trap."

- Main Event: Derrick King, Christian Jacobs and Cody Melton defeated Jon Michael Worthington, Bobby Eaton and "The Golden Boy" Greg Anthony. During this match, Jacobs and Worthington brawled to the back leaving the other four to do battle. King superkicked Eaton for the win. After the finish, Midnight Gold jumped King and Melton, who started to fire back when Alan Steele hit the ring. He attacked King, who was then held by Midnight Gold, forcing him to watch Steele attack Melton and put him in the "Steele trap." O'Neal and Lee finally made the save. Steele revealed that is has been Derrick King who he has been looking for and that noone affiliated with King is safe. King then challenged Steele to get in the ring. A couple of teases, but Steele left with Eaton and Anthony. Great heat for the angle.

RassleNotes: Former WWE Women's Champion Jazz was also in attendance and said a few words about the Dogg Pound Wrestling School after Rick Ruby and Drew Dogg were introduced to the live crowd...Large crowd as always. Hopefully a more official number will be released, but I'm guessing several hundred hanging in the heat to watch the wrestling and other "Fourth in the Forest" activities.