Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Pffffffft! Lame.


TNT's AWA World Title victory on 23 March in Cardiff, NSW over Steve Corino has been revoked by the AWA Board of Director's on claim that specific international paperwork could not be located.
The board claims that international paperwork for this title match could not be located, and therefore the title change can not be validated, and TNT will have to return the AWA Title to former champion Steve Corino.
Due to his victory, TNT will be considered for a future AWA Title shot, and will shoot right up the AWA rankings.
TNT commented to his fans: "I am disappointed that the AWA Title has been taken away from me. I defeated Steve Corino fair and square in front of 500 fans and gave my all to win the bout. There was no controversy. It is a real shame that politics has taken the championship away from myself, and the Australian fans. I will do my best to get another shot to challenge for a World Title in the future, and I will do my best to make sure there are no politics involved, so I am sure I can keep it next time. Thank you for all the support of the AWF fans. This is not the end, this is just the beginning. I will proudly continue to defend the AWF Australasian Championship, which I consider as equally a prestigeous title to the region." - TNT"

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Vern Gagne...Nick Bockwinkel...Stan Hansen...Jumbo Tsuruta...Rick Martel...Curt Hennig...Jerry Lawler...TNT???

According to today's Wrestling Observer newsletter:

--AWF from earlier today in Cardiff, Australia before a sellout 500 fans: Kid Dynamite won over Dr. Waxhead, Toxin, Jay Law, Mr. Wolf and The Captain, Zander Bathory b Taipan, J.T. Robinson b Massive Q, Steve Ravenous b Jason Helton, Powerhouse Theo b Scotty Club, Mark Hilton won three way over Dean Draven and Il Cognito, Lebo Eda b Bluey Bonza, Billy Flyswat & Chris X b Nick Ferno & Jimmy Daniels, TNT b Steve Corino to win the AWA title. They announced Billy Kidman and Bryan Danielson coming in upcoming months.

To which I add:


Monday, March 12, 2007

Sorry...that's RYUMA Go. "Goooooooo!"

Here’s Ryuma Go facing off against Uchu Majin Silver X in the Weekly Pro supercard, held at Tokyo Egg Dome on April 2, 1995 in front of 50,000 (mostly bemused) fans.

Ryuma won the “alien death” match in a little over 15 minutes to win the first Go Gudan Interplanetary Title. Ay caramba!

Sunday, March 11, 2007

This weekend, I have been mainly watching...

...Ryumi Go videos.