College Fightfest: Volume 2 – April 20th, 2011
Penn State New Kensington – New Kensington, PA
Complete results from Joe Dombrowski
- Pinkie Sanchez def. Bobby Shields in a Super Indy X Qualifying Match
- Tyler Stone def. Will Esquire
- IWC Super Indy Champion Super Hentai def. Azrieal
- Marshall Gambino def. Logan Shulo in a No DQ TLC Match
- David R. DiMera def. Chest Flexor
- IWC Tag Team Champions Flippin’ Ain’t East (Jason Gory & Michael Facade) def. Aeroform (Flip Kendrick & Louis Lyndon) in a best 2 out of 3 falls match
- Lorelei Lee def. Mia Yim
- Shiima Xion, Jon Bolen, & C.A. Low def. The Founding Fathers
NEW KENSINGTON’s OWN HELP FIGHT OFF FOUNDING FATHERS
With Bubba the Bulldog conspicuously absent from IWC’s Night of Legends this past Saturday in Franklin, the Director of IWC Wrestling Operations and Founding Father leader wasted no time once again attempting to abuse his authority and keep him and his teammates on top of the International Wrestling Cartel for the foreseeable future. Owner Chuck Roberts had other ideas in mind. After the latest heated argument between the two, one new match was signed for the night, while another had some added stipulation.
“DeeeLicious” Jimmy DeMarco was scheduled to be the guest referee of the main event pitting Founding Fathers Dennis Gregory, Jimmy Vega$ and IWC Champion “Big League” John McChesney against “Filipino Flex Factory” Shiima Xion, Jon Bolen, and their mystery partner who was revealed as the gutsy New Kensington native C.A. Low, a man who lacked significant size, yet possessed plenty of heart and perhaps more importantly a hometown crowd firmly behind he and his teammates. Bubba the Bulldog used his power to demote DeMarco down to outside enforcer, while naming himself the new in-ring referee. However, this decision was countered by making the match a Lumberjack Match, with many IWC wrestlers the Founding Fathers had wronged, as well as fellow New Kensington students backing C.A. Low, serving as Lumberjacks. The momentum and dominance the Fathers portrayed lasted only until Bubba lost control of the match and action spilled everywhere. The chaos allowed DeMarco to sneak in the ring and lay out Bubba, the man ultimately responsible for DeMarco’s career ending, with the C4. Chuck Roberts saw this as an opprtunity, immediately deeming Bubba as an active participant in the match! Low pinned Bubba, with DeMarco counting, and the Founding Fathers taste a piece of the humiliation they had handed down on so many. It was a feel good moment tonight, but how will Bubba & company retaliate?
The impromptu match of the evening pitted longtime Bubba rival Marshall “The Bull” Gambino against the apparent Founding Fathers prospect, Logan Shulo in a No-Disqualifcation TLC match. Marshall has watched the Fathers take out his two family members, DeMarco & Mickey Gambino, and was a man alone. However, the match was fought with stipulations – if Shulo wins, he joins the Founding Fathers. However, if Marshall won, he received a one-on-one match with Bubba in May at The Road to Super Indy. The match quickly turned into a war, with tables, ladders, chairs and other implements used freely. Both men climbed to dangerous heights in order to incapacitate the other. It was Marshall who took Shulo “Six Inches From Hell”, driving him through a table from the second turnbuckle. Marshall claims victory, Shulo is not a Founding Father, and Bubba the Bulldog is in for a whole lot of pain come next month.
Flippin’ Ain’t Easy, Michael Facade & Jason Gory cemented themselves even further as THE team to beat in the region as they bested Aeroform, Louis Lyndon & Flip Kendrick in a 2 out of 3 Falls match. Kendrick was able to capture the first fall following a high risk maneuver, while the champions evened the odds after an abbreviated version of the Buddy Moonsault. With all four men tiring, Jason Gory’s QAS into a Facade bridging suplex managed to capture both adversaries and keep the titles in tact.
IWC Super Indy Champion for the fourth time, Super Hentai, just four days into his current reign picked up right where he left off with a victory against “Da Good Guy” and former Super Indy tournament competitor and finalist Azrieal. It was a tremendously competitive athletic contest, much more in the vein of prior Super Indys than many recent events. With Hentai back on top, what does this mean for the Founding Fathers and their recent involvement in Super Indy Title matches?
Speaking of Super Indy, the tenth annual installment of the prestigious tournament is just a couple months away, and with both members of Flippin Aint Easy qualified, the field this year looks to be just as tough as ever. East coast standout, the eccentric and charismatic Pinkie Sanchez became the latest to qualify, defeating the only man ego-maniacal enough to have three different nicknames at the same time, “True Talent” “Beautiful” Bobby “The Body” Shields. Pinkie could join an illustrious list of names to solidify their reputations in IWC and beyond with a coveted Super Indy Tournament victory.
Women’s action was on display as a very surly and selfish Mia Yim made no friends before her match, slapping ring announcer Pedro DeLuca and Corey Futuristic, en route to challenging Loreli Lee. Much to the crowd’s delight, Lee was able to defeat Mia after a very physical and competitive athletic women’s contest.
David DiMera pulled off a mild upset, upending the enigmatic Chest Flexor, while Tyler Stone saw victory over Will Esquire. These are pivotal, significant wins, as DiMera and Stone had been two of the targets of the Founding Fathers, frequently jumped and attacked, many times by several men at a time. However, both gentlemen proved they can thrive in a one-on-one environment and that they possess much promise and potential. Can these two athletes stay on the right track and perhaps one day be able to challenge The Founding Fathers?