Mountain State Madness 4 – April 14th, 2013
Wells School Building – Newell, WV
Complete results from Joe Dombrowski
- Dalton Castle def. Joseph Brooks
- Kyle Matthews, Jordan Lennox, Mike Rayne, & Carter Mason def. Andrew Palace, Brian McDowell, Corey Hollis, & Kris Chambers
- Silvie Silver def. D’Arcy Dixon
- Jimmy Nutts def. Logan Shulo
- Aiden Veil def. IWC World Heavyweight Champion John McChesney via DQ
- Kid Kash def. Facade
- IWC Tag Team Champions Keith Haught & Colin Delaney def. The Gambino Brothers (Mickey & Marshall Gambino) and Blue Collar Slaughterhouse (Bronco McBride & Matt Segaris)
- IWC Super Indy Champion Anthony Nese def. Michael Elgin
- IWC World Heavyweight Champion John McChesney def. Aiden Veil and Zema Ion
Big League’s Redemption
As IWC entered Newell, WV on April 14, 2013, IWC Champion John McChesney had a lot of redemption in mind. Redemption for the humiliation suffered a night ago for sure, but also for what he suffered a year ago in Newell… a loss to a then-20-year-old Aiden Veil, who took McChesney out of Super Indy XI in just three seconds. This year, Veil was fortunate enough to challenge McChesney for the title, and “Big League” was not coming alone. McChesney’s new personal bodyguard, Rex Lawless, was nearby and as soon as the kid looked to be on the track to upset city once again, the mammoth man got involved and once again protected McChesney & his title. This rose the ire of hometown hero Zema Ion, who rushed to the youngster’s aid. IWC Owner Chuck Roberts was quick to adjust and name a special main event – McChesney vs. Aiden vs. Zema for the IWC Title! While Zema was moments away from realizing a dream and winning gold in his hometown, nailing Veil with a 450 Splash, the calculated champion dumped the Filipino Flex Factory to the outside, stealing the glory and retaining the title.
Perhaps the match of the night saw Kid Kash defeat Facade in a 22-minute physical war that saw intensity, violence, high-risk, and multiple near riots started by Kash’s brazen outspoken attitude toward the WV fans in attendance. After the battle, Kash endorsed Facade, complimenting the toughness and ability of the former Super Indy Champion and, while it was colorful and controversial, it was a major accomplishment to earn the respect of the Notorious K.I.D. With that win, one has to believe Kid Kash would be in line for a future Super Indy Title shot, but one cannot forget Facade technically never lost his Super Indy Title. What is next for both of these great athletes?
The war between Team Big League and John McChesney’s would-be top title contenders continued throughout the night, to mixed results. Dalton Castle, who many consider the uncrowned IWC Champion, bested Joseph Brooks in spite of what appeared to be a fairly serious injury to Dalton’s knee during the bout. Meanwhile, Jimmy Nutts scored the biggest win of his career as he lucked his way past the man most negatively affected by Team Big League – former dual champion Logan Shulo. While this loss could impact how quickly Logan can get his hands on McChesney once again, Dalton Castle continues to press on undeterred. Barring any injuries, he may be in McChesney’s path sooner than later.
Super Indy Champion “Premier Athlete” Anthony Nese made it 2-for-2 over “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin in as many days. A day after using the tights to pin the big man in Meadville, Nese illegally utilizes the ropes the retain his title once again.
The ever controversial Gambino Family found themselves thrown out of Newell for the second straight time by law enforcement after snapping on IWC officials, security and wrestlers. The Gambines had just lost a three-way IWC Tag Title match also involving Blue Collar Slaughterhouse and defending champions Colin Delaney & Keith Haught, and the certainly didn’t take the loss lightly. However, a HUGE accomplishment for what some have dubbed “Hot & Cute”, as the champions knock off the most decorated 2-man dynasty in IWC tag team history.
In other action, Silvie Silver defeated D’Arcy Dixon in Women’s action, and recent Super Indy XII Qualifyer Kyle Matthews joined Jordan Lennox, Mike Rayne, and Carter Mason to knock off Andew Palace, Brian McDowell, Corey Hollis & Kris Chambers in explosive eight-man tag team action.