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AAW ‘Take No Prisoners’ Results (5/25/18)



The Chairshot was sent the following results for last night’s AAW event, ‘Take No Prisoners’ in Chicago, Illinois:

Friday May 25, 2018
Take No Prisoners
Logan Square Auditorium Chicago, IL

–Before the show – Sami Callihan and Brody King and a pull apart brawl

1. In a huge update Trey Miguel defeated former AAW Hertiage Champion DJZ via O’Connor Roll (7:29).

Trey Miguel Post Match:

2. Eddie Kingston defeated Fred Yehi via two spinning backfists in an ode to Kings Road Style  (16:06).

3. Curt Stallion, Connor Braxton & Jake Something defeated Ace Romero, Paco & Stephen Wolf after a Black Hole Slam from Something to Wolf in 10:57

Steven Wolf Post Match:

Stallion/Braxton/Something Post Match:

4. Brody King defeated the debuting Darby Allin after a devastating over-the-shoulder piledriver (10:33)

5. The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz & Dezmond Xavier) & Shane Strickland defated the Killer Kult (Sami Callihan, Dave & Jake Crist) with an assisted moonsault from Xavier/Wentz to Jake Crist (13:16)

-During intermission this happened – a angry Jimmy Jacobs confronted AAW Promoter Danny Daniels about not being on the show tonight.

6. Besties in the World (Davey Vega & Mat Fitchett with Scarlett) defeated Colt Cabana and Juice Robinson with a roll-up on Cabana by Davey Vega (11:52)

7. In an impromptu challene Kylie Rae defeated Scarlett after a superkick (6:34).  Afterwards Kylie let the fans in Logan Square know she was going after the AAW Womens Championship.

8. The Lucha Bros (Penta El Zero M & Rey Fenix) defeated FireFox (AR Fox & Myron Reed) after Fenit hit a spinning muscle buster to Fox (17:58).  This absolutely tore the house down.

9. AAW Womens Championship Match:  Kimber Lee defeated Jessicka Havok after using brass knuckles to become second AAW Women’s Champion.  Havok fails in her sixth defense. (11:10)

After Kimber ran to the back to celebrate her win.  Brody King made his impression felt on AAW by hitting Havoc with a bicycyle kick – this brought out Sami Callihan and the entire AAW locker room for a wild brawl to close the show.  Footage of this and much more to come shortly.

AAW Returns to 115 Bourbon Street on Saturday Night June 23 for WRESTLING RULES – Featuring Trey Miguel challenging Trevor Lee for the AAW Hertiage Championship, the returns of David Starr, Moose and AAW Heavyweight Champion ACH.  More videos and announcements coming shortly

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Aro Lucha Nashville, Tennessee Results (6/17/18)



Aro Lucha Nashville – June 17th, 2018

  • Triple Threat: Trey Miguel defeated Nate Wings & Myron Reed
  • Austin Theory defeated Septimo Dragon
  • Triple Threat: Arez defeated Gringo Loco & Low Rider
  • Thunder Rosa & Mascarita Dorada defeated Kylie Rae & Demus
  • Fatal 4-Way: Jack Edwards (AKA Jack Evans) defeated ACH, Darby Allin & Puma King
  • Rey Mysterio, Fenix & Sammy Guevara defeated Team Swerve (Shane Strickland, Willie Mack & Black Taurus)

Results c/o PWInsider

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MLW Fusion Ratings & Results: 6/8/2018



Another episode of MLW, and with how everything ended last week, we should get some interesting movement.

Salina de la Renta told Shane Strickland it wasn’t over, Callihan’s group seems to have it out for MVP and MJF hates Joey Janela. So let’s see where this all leads to.


Tom Lawlor vs Fred Yehi

MMA Al Bundy vs Blanka, this should actually be a fun match, depending on how much Team Filthy interfere.

Start off with a lot of mat wrestling for position, switches and flot overs. Yehi shoots the leg but Lawlor counters easily. This counter westling goes on for a while until Yehi manages to shove Lawlor in the corner and put together a few suplexes.

Small strike exchange before Lawlor takes Yehi to the ground and gets in an armbar attempt, some ground and pound and then a seated abdominal stretch. Lawlor hits a nice vertical suplex, as he floats over into a front necklock, as they go to the first commercial break.

After the break, Lawlor hits a big Russian Leg Sweep and tries to lock in a knee bar, but Yehi fights to the ropes. Yehi shows some life with a strike exchange, but Lawlor hits an Exploder Suplex to keep the momentum for him. Tony Schiavone calls Yehi “The Yet-eh”, it’s amusing.

After a couple minutes with Lawlor grinding out submission attempts, Yehi finally gets some space, but Lawlor stays on him. Standing switch and Yehi gets a German Suplex and Dragon Suplex for a near fall. Multiple knee strikes and a huge Power Bomb from Yehi for 2.

Right as it seems like Yehi was gonna lead to a finish, a diving forearm strike with the exposed steel plated forearm, knock Yehi loopy and the Rear Naked Choke wins Lawlor the match.

Winner: Lawlor via Rear Naked Choke

Rating: *** 1/4


MJF interview, where he does another poorly acted smug heelish douchebag thing. Aria Blake…seemingly drunk, approaches him and the interview falls apart.

Salina de la Renta promo, to extrapolate on her threat from last week. 20,000 dollar bounty put on Shane Strickland’s head. A little freaky camera work, possibly someone appears behind Salina. Who will be the first to try and take out Strickland?

Next we see a photo shoot with Jimmy Yuta and Jason Cade, which shows more dissension between the members.

Leon Scott w/Sami Callihan vs MVP

MVP must not like his entrance music, cause this is the second television match where he runs in and starts going after the opponent.

Should tackles, exploder suplex, but then Sami Callihan and the third member of Callihan’s group (Possibly Sawyer Fulton) enter and the match is immediately thrown out. Kotto Brazil tries to come in to help MVP, but he’s dispatched and the beat down continues.

Winner: MVP by DQ

Rating: N/A

Kaci Lennox catches up with Strickland for a response to Salina’s challenge. Swerve says he’s confident and turning it down sets a bad example. Low Ki then approaches him with a deal. Offers the services of Black Friday to help Shane, but Strickland refuses.

ACH vs Rey Fenix w/ Salina de la Renta

Both play to the crowd for a while, then finally a test of strength into and Arm Ringer from ACH, Arm Drag from Fenix, a little oneupsmenship, followed up by ACH hitting a sweep, double foot stomp, shotgun drop kick. ACH hits a big plancha after Fenix powders out, and then as they come back in, Fenix returns the favor by hitting a big dive, leaving both men prone for the commerical break.

Following the break a big to turnbuckle springboard senton for a nearfall. Big kicks from both as Fenix hits a rewind Spin Kick for another 2 count. Fenix attempts a Rolling DDT, but gets caught into a backbreaker and German Suplex Hold, for 2.

The match finally slows down a little as they both counter Brainbusters, Fenix gets caught mid move, but manages to keep the momentum. Hits a splash, as he goes for a middle rope moonsault, ACH seems to move, but Fenix keeps rolling and catches ACH with a Cutter for the near fall again.

Fenix keeps his position and starts chopping ACH very deliberately and plays to the crowd to get “Uno Mas” chants. Fenix goes for a corner springboard, ACH stops it, Fenix bounces up again, ACH counters again and Fenix pulls himself out of a Tree of Woe, while both men fight for position. Fenix gets a small advantage, goes for a Crossbody, but ACH catches him into a Death Valley Driver, for yet another 2 count.

Both move over to the apron and begin chopping one another. ACH gets the best of the chops, but Fenix escapes, slips momentarily but still hits an Enzuigiri. Following up the Enzuigiri by sliding out, jumping up to the apron and hitting a nice Spinning Back Kick right in ACH’s face.

Fenix tries a big top tope move, but ACH catches him with Flash Kick (Guile from Street Fighter). Pace slows down again, and we get a strong style chop battle. Fenix sells his arm, hits a big combination, but ACH manages to catch him with a few kicks of his own, Vertical Suplex float over, into a near fall.

Big Frog Splash from ACH missed, springboard Spin Kick from Fenix in the corner leads to the Fenix Driver, and the pinfall.

Winner: Fenix via Fenix Driver

Rating: ****


Thoughts:  Well from a wrestling perspective, the matches were more solid than we’ve seen in a few weeks. They still have a tendency to string too many interview/promo/backstage segments together in a manner that looks like a highlight reel.

However, the fact that all of the stories they established felt like they moved forward, is kind of a special thing. Not a lot of wasted movement in this show, on top of Schiavone and Bocchini being more on point than usual with move calls and general flow.

It feels like the show is starting to come together. Damn entertaining show.

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MLW TV Taping Results *SPOILERS*



MLW Fusion

MLW returned to action at the Gilt Night Club on Thursday night with a full television taping, featuring the returns of Low Ki and Teddy Hart, the crowning of new tag team champions, and Shane Strickland defending the MLW Championship. Results come courtesy of @MrJacobCohen on the Twitter.

  • Koto Brazil defeated Vandal Ortagun
  • ACH defeated Rich Swann
  • Trey Miguel vs. Danny Santiago does not happen when Teddy Hart interferes, the match is changed to Teddy Hart vs. Trey Miguel, which Hart wins with an Avalanche Canadian Destroyer (see tweet below)
  • Low Ki defeated Ricky Martinez (Maxx Stardom)
  • Parrow answered Simon Gotch’s $250 Challenge, but loses after Tom Lawlor attacks him with a weapon; the Dirty Blondes then chase off Team Filthy after the match
  • Barrington Hughes beats an enhancement talent in a squash match
  • Jake Hager (Jack Swagger) fights Tom Lawlor to a no-contest when Team Filthy and The Stud Stable get involved
  • Joey Janela beat MJF
  • Fred Yehi defeated Sammy Guevara
  • Jay Sky vs Ariel Rodriguez doesn’t happen when Su Yung and former NXT star Zeda attack both men
  • ACH & Rich Swann beat Simon Gotch & Tom Lawlor
  • Sami Callihan defeated MVP in a Boiler Room Brawl
  • The Lucha Bros (Fenix & Pentagon Jr) beat The Dirty Blondes and Team TBD (Jason Cade & Yuta) to win the first MLW Tag Team Championships
  • Shane Strickland defeats Brody King to retain the MLW Championship; Low Ki attacks Strickland after the match

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