[MISC] AWA, NWA Legends, Other Weekend Show Notes


– According to PWInsider.com, this weekend’s Extremely Hardcore PPV taping in Atlanta featured Scott Hudson doing the announcing duties in Joey Styles’ place. Also, the Diamond Dallas Page vs. Justin Credible match got a lot of praise, and wrestlers were given a lot of booking leeway, aside from finishes. Attendance was 75-150, and the show was only 21 and over due to alcohol at the show.

– WrestlingObserver.com is saying that the Extremely Hardcore taping also included about 90 minutes of taping for Womens Extreme Wrestling, which featured Jazz and some softcore porn, basically. Aside from DDP vs. Justin Credible managed by Francine, matches included New Jack & Murder One vs. Axl & Balls in a hardcore match.

– At the AWA Slam Wrestling show this weekend in Chicago, 500 fans filled the sold out venue to see the following matches: Great Maliko b N8 Mattson, Alto won three-way over Jazz and Noah Lott, Ricky Landell b Rudo Cortez, Henchman Fatal b Chris Chaos, Diezel & DVS b Gilbert Lewis & Iceman, Henchmen Adrenaline & Buddha the Beast b Trauma & Eddie Venom, Steve Boz DDQ Willie Richardson, Diego Corleone b Vito Fontaine, Steve Corino b Nickie Sixx-DQ to keep the AWA title. (Mark Jindrak and Corino faced off afterwards.) Credit: WrestlingObserver.com

– At the NWA Legends show, 600 fans saw: Chris Escobar b Brad Thomas, George South Jr. b Jason Jones, Brad Armstrong b Brad Anderson, Kid Kash b Timber the Lumberjack, Petey Williams b Elix Skipper (originally a three-way with Chris Sabin), Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens b Chris Harris & James Storm to keep NWA tag titles, and Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson b Dennis Condrey & Bobby Eaton with Jim Cornette. Credit: WrestlingObserver.com

Matthew Michaels is editor emeritus of Pulse Wrestling, and has been since the site launched.