Caged Fury 2013 Results

Caged Fury 2013 – August 25th, 2013
Court Time Sports Center – Elizabeth, PA
Complete results from Joe Dombrowski

  1. RJ City def. Sam Cassidy
  2. Blue Collar Slaughterhouse (Bronco McBride & Matt Segaris) def. The Sexy Talented Dudes (Chest Flexor & Brian McDowell)
  3. Logan Shulo def. Shane Strickland
  4. Bobby Fish def. Ray Rowe
  5. Team Big League (Jimmy Nutts & Joseph Brooks) def. W.A.R. (Jordan Lennox & Aiden Veil) and IWC Tag Team Champions Colin Delaney & Keith Haught to win the titles
  6. Justin Idol def. Super Hentai in a “Loser Leaves IWC” match
  7. IWC Super Indy Champion Facade def. Anthony Nese in a steel cage match
  8. IWC World Heavyweight Champion John McChesney def. Dalton Castle in a steel cage match


IWC presented its most dangerous weekend of events in history as the dreaded 15-foot high steel cage made its return, for the first time on two consecutive days of IWC action!

On Saturday, August 24 it was the annual Caged Fury event at the Court Time Sports Center in Elizabeth, PA. With special guest Mark Madden in attendance, and providing guest commentary, IWC Champion “Big League” John McChesney defended the crown against “Party Peacock” Dalton Castle. Executive Consultant for Team Big League Norm Connors had stated earlier in the night that NO member of McChesney’s faction would be involving themselves in the match, as Norm wanted to see who the true better man was in what he called a war of Norm’s era vs. Chuck’s era of IWC representatives. We did see a member of Team Big League involve themselves, as Joseph Brooks distracted Dalton long enough to help McChesney turn the tides and escape title in tact, once again robbing Dalton of IWC’s top prize. Curiously, Brooks was trailed by partner Jimmy Nutts, as well as Norm, pleading with Brooks NOT to get involved. Are we the victims of a ruse or are there communication issues within Team Big League? Either way the IWC Title is safe for another month thanks to McChesney surviving inside the steel.

Team Big League added tag team gold to their stable as well, with Nutts & Brooks surviving a three team bout with Aiden Veil & Jordan Lennox (W.A.R.) as well as defending champions Colin Delaney & Keith Haught. Team Big League now has 2/3 of the major IWC Championships in their control, but undoubtedly both challenging teams will be in hot pursuit of a future title opportunity.

In a shocker, the IWC career of Super Hentai ended in a physical relaxed-rules match against Justin Idol where the loser had to leave the promotion they have called home for so many years. It was a battle of pride, a battle of two men who refused to give in to their individual critics. Both men were good enough on this night… but Idol happened to be a little better. A dejected but proud Hentai “turned in his colors” so to speak, returning his Founding Fathers T-shirt to fellow members Dennis Gregory & Jimmy Vega$, but curiously, as the Fathers & fans said goodbye to Hentai, Vega$ tossed the Founding Fathers shirt outside the ring… into the hands of Justin Idol. We would have major news on this sooner than we would think.

Super Indy Champion Facade once again defied gravity to fly from the top of the steel cage to successfully defend the championship against previous titleholder Anthony Nese. Nese had dominated the bulk of the early portion of the match, manipulating and baiting Facade in to compromising situations. However, the tenacity and ingenuity of the Super Indy Samurai paid off with another big victory.

Both of Facade’s weekend championship defenses saw the appearance of an uninvited guest… Ashton Amherst made his presence known both days, most notably following Facade’s Cage Match with Tony Nese. Ashton was signed to an IWC contract following Proving Ground 2, but that contract does NOT begin until October. This didn’t stop Ashton from making an impact, dropping Facade with the former MK Ultra (favorite move of his trainer, Sterling James Keenan/Corey Graves), now dubbed the “Ashton Experience”. Ashton has held championships everywhere he’s been, but now that he’s arrived to the pinnacle of wrestling in the area, it’s clear he intends to keep doing what he’s doing everywhere else, and that’s make it all about “Lights… Camera… Ashton”.

Justin LaBar’s Chair Shot Reality segment quickly turned in to a complete disaster. LaBar was in the process of interviewing Zema Ion, giving us all a medical update on Zema’s recent issues with appendicitis and a tumor (thankfully, non-cancerous) discovered inside Zema’s colon. As Zema addressed his IWC fans & friends, RJ City, the man who claims to put the “entertainment” in “sports-entertainment”, fresh off of his debut victory over Sam Cassidy earlier that night, came to the ring to mock Zema’s recent medical issues, calling him a fraud and a beggar. Zema was none too pleased and made it clear as soon as he was recovered from surgery, he wanted a piece of RJ. However, it was a disgusting display as RJ kicked Zema in his still-healing stomach, sending the former IWC Champion down in a heap. RJ & even Justin LaBar seemed thrilled at this development, as it seems a new allegiance was formed between City & LaBar at the expense of when of IWC’s most courageous stars.

Bobby Fish of Team Big League made it a clean sweep for his faction, scoring a surprising victory over Ray Rowe. Fish had defeated Rowe in a Ring of Honor ring in the past, but rarely does Rowe taste defeat in a place he called home for many years, IWC. Fish, uncharacteristically, seemed to show respect toward Rowe. Rowe, an intense competitor, returned the favor but also challenged Fish to a one-on-one return battle in West Virginia.

Blue Collar Slaughterhouse prepared for their Steel Cage match in West Virginia by defeating Chest Flexor & Brian McDowell of the new-dubbed Sexy Talented Dudes (STDs) along with Andrew Palace, Corey Futuristic & Ginger. It was Marshall Gambino who sent the true message, as afterward he along with business associate Madisynn made sure it was Blue Collar who were the targets. With Matt Sagaris handcuffed to the ropes, he could do nothing more than watch as partner Bronco McBride was assaulted, including having a bowling ball thrown at his groin due to McDowell. The vile assault led to McDowell being named as Marshall’s unknown partner for the impending tag team clash.

And it was “Heavy Metal Jesus” Logan Shulo besting the master of the #SWERVE, Shane Strickland in singles competition. Shulo is a perennial contender for any IWC Title, could this win put him back in the running?