OVW TV Report for September 15, 2007

OVW TV results, according to Dale Sherman at OVWrestling.com

SEPTEMBER 15, 2007 – Davis Arena

MATCHES:

ATLAS DABONE VS. DIRTY MONEY

ACE STEEL VS. THE BELGIUM BRAWLER

OVW TELEVISION TITLE NO DQ/NO COUNT-OUTS MATCH:
SHAWN SPEARS (Champ) VS. COLT CABANA

JAMIN OLIVENCIA VS. DERRICK NEIKIRK

OVW TAG-TEAM TITLE MATCH:
TERMINAL VELOCITY (Champs) VS. THE JAMES BOYS

In the back of Davis Arena, Terminal Velocity was spotted trying to break into a room containing The James Boys. OVW Troubleshooter Al Snow pushed them away from the door and found out that Chet and Steve were still upset over The James Boys shaving Chet’s head after cheating in a match two weeks ago and then suckering them into a beatdown last week after Terminal Velocity won the OVW Southern Tag-Team Titles from the Boys. Snow promised them that they would get a shot at The James Boys later that night in a match with the Titles on the line!

As Snow made sure that The James Boys heard him about the upcoming match, OVW Television Title Champ Shawn Spears tried his best to sneak away before Al spotted him. Snow saw him anyway and told him that he was not happy with the way Spears handled his matches with Colt Cabana over the past few weeks. With count-outs and DQs-a-plenty, Al told Shawn that he would have to face Colt in a No-DQ/No Count-outs Match for the Television Title later on!

ATLAS DABONE VS. DIRTY MONEY
REF: Ray Ramsey

Fans who attended the OVW Six Flags shows this summer saw a lot of Dirty Money in the early parts of the evening, sometimes even as a tag-team partner with or as the opponent to Atlas DaBone. So coming into this match, the two shared the ring with no animosity beyond each wanting to win. DaBone and Dirty Money traded off on hiptosses and scissors a few times before breaking off and acknowledging respect with a slap of the hands.

A planned backdrop by Dirty gave Atlas a window to leapfrog over him and then dropkicked him in the head once Dirty stood up, sending Money to the canvas for a two-count. Atlas threw Dirty into a headlock that he finally was able to break out of with a few punches to the gut, but he soon found himself in a gorilla-press and then a victim to Da Boneyard Boogie for Atlas to pick up the win!

KAT’S CRADLE
WITH KATIE LEA & SPECIAL GUEST MICHAEL W. KRUEL

Trying to talk over the chants and boos of the crowd, Katie Lea, with Melody as her assistant nearby, introduced OVW Heavyweight Champ Michael W. Kruel to the Kat’s Cradle. In a token of friendship from across the waters, Lea gave Kruel a flag-covered cupcake. Kruel passed it on to Roucka, telling her to not eat it as she has to watch her figure. As one would expect from Lea and Kruel, the conversation was mostly self-serving, with Kruel explaining why he only wanted to be the OVW Troubleshooter until he became the champ, so he didn’t care about Al having his old job back.

After all that malarkey I mean, insightful information Kruel prepared to head to the back, little realizing that Cody Rhodes was right behind him! Elbowing Kruel over the ring in order to slam his head against the apron, Cody tried to keep the scrambling OVW Heavyweight Champ from getting to the back. Once Kruel got away, Cody grabbed a mic to let Michael know via the camera that he was coming after him!

In the back, an red-faced Kruel dressed-down his army for not being there to keep Cody away from him, to the amusement of newcomer Ace Steel. Hearing Ace laugh, Kruel turned to see Ace already in his wrestling gear, so Kruel angrily demanded to know if he wanted a match. Ace was quite happy with the idea, leading to Kruel telling the Belgium Brawler that he had a match coming up with Ace Steel. Ace simply shook his head as he went back into the locker-room to get ready for the match.

ACE STEEL VS. THE BELGIUM BRAWLER
REF: Ray Ramsey

A lockup found the Brawler eating a turnbuckle as Ace slipped around him, and then down on the mat soon after with Ace locking up on his wrist. The Brawler managed to misdirect Ramsey’s attention in order to pull Steele down by the hair, but he soon found himself rolled up into a little package for a two-count. Ace began working his way up the Brawler’s arm, inflicting more pain as he went, only to be stopped when The Belgium Brawler picked Ace up and slammed him to the canvas for a two-count!

After choking Steel on the ropes, the Brawler went back and forth for a bit with Ace before hitting a chinlock on Ace. A series of pin-attempts from the Brawler were starting to make Ace look like a goner until he managed to shove the Brawler into a corner so that he hit the turnbuckle face-first and then followed up with a dropkick to the Brawler’s head. A spinning DDT finished the Brawler and gave Ace Steel a win for his first match on OVW Television!

Ox found a navy cap in the locker-room and put in on while singing “In the Navy.” Hammer, seeing him dance around, ripped the cap off Ox’s head. Without another word, Ox backed out of the room, passing Johnny Punch and Melody trying to pawn off a guitar to Jacob Duncan. Just as he was passing some cash he had won from Antoni Polaski earlier this summer, he was attacked from behind by Antoni. Polaski then smashed the guitar over Jacob’s head, grabbed the money out of Johnny’s hands and told Jacob that he plans to get back all of his money, “With interest!” He then kicked Jacob before stomping out of the room.

OVW TELEVISION TITLE NO DQ/NO COUNT-OUTS MATCH:
SHAWN SPEARS (Champ) VS. COLT CABANA

REF: Kevin Keenan

A rather sad yet determined Shawn Spears took to the ring and climbed up a corner to show off the OVW Television Title. In doing so, he gave Colt the opportunity to yank Shawn’s legs out from under him and Spears hit the top turnbuckle hard! Whipping a towel off his shoulders, Cabana rolled it up and used it as a club on Spears’ chest before punching Shawn and then whipping him with his coat. Spears came back with a jab to the eye and when the ref tried to call him on it, Shawn reminded him that it was a no-disqualification match. The ref backed off, knowing Shawn was right. And Colt agreed as well, poking Shawn in the eye!

As Spears tried to get the ref to DQ Colt for the eye-poke, Colt threw Shawn into the ropes with a punch and then jumped on his back to choke him there! After the two went at it for a bit with punches, Colt threw Shawn over the ropes and chopped him by a ringpost. Spears reversed their positions and attempted to chop Colt, but instead chopped at the steel ringpost when Cabana ducked out of the way! Cabana slammed Shawn’s hand on the guardrail and then began biting Shawn in the head! Tossing Spears back in, Colt went up on the corner to fly off, but missed Shawn when Spears scrambled out of the way. Spears got in a dropkick for a two-count, for which Colt returned with a few strong elbows and whipped Shawn into the opposite corner. Shawn prepared to hit another dropkick soon after, but then began to limp to the point that he fell down and clutched at his right knee in agony.

The ref called in for help as a number of people were soon out to get Shawn on a board to be moved away from the ring. It was as they were taking him away that Shawn suddenly sprung up and clobbered Colt with the very board Shawn was being taken away on! With Colt not even knowing which way was up after the attack, Spears threw him into the ring and called for the ref to come and count-off the pin. 1-2-3 later and Shawn Spears had retained the OVW Television Title! A way-too-happy Shawn celebrated as Colt rolled around on the canvas in pain.

JAMIN OLIVENCIA VS. DERRICK NEIKIRK
REF: Nick Andrews

Jamin and OVW newcomer Derrick Neikirk went at it pretty quickly in their match, although there was no feeling of sharing the ring as seen in the earlier DaBone-Money match – especially after Neikirk shoved Olivencia nearly across the entire stretch of the ring! Neikirk whipped Olivencia to a corner and ran in after him; yet Jamin was ready and took Neikirk down by the legs so that Derrick got a faceplant in the second turnbuckle!

Not happy with Olivencia, Neikirk picked him up and tossed him straight through the ropes and into a ringpost, forcing Jamin to hit the floor hard! With Jamin’s shoulder and arm pretty close to useless, Neikirk tossed Olivencia back in and dropped him shoulder-first down on the top-rope and mercilessly made hash of Olivencia’s arm before preparing to toss Jamin into another ringpost. This time, however, Jamin twisted the two of them around and using their momentum, forced Derrick to fly into the corner and hit the ringpost instead! With Neikirk dazed, Olivencia ‘Rana and dropkicked Neikirk a couple of times. The two went back and forth on near-pins until Neikirk suplex Jamin to the mat for the pin, giving him the win!

OVW TAG-TEAM TITLE MATCH:
TERMINAL VELOCITY (Champs) VS. THE JAMES BOYS

REF: Goose Mahoney

Chet and Steve ran in to take on the James before the bell could even be rung! A duo backdrop and dropkick soon sent the Boys to the floor as Chet and Steve stood in the ring. The James Boys decided they had already had enough and began to move to the exit when they were attacked from behind by Terminal Velocity and sent back into the ring, with Cassidy forced in to face the two members of Terminal Velocity for a time before Steve went back to the apron.

Cassidy snuck in an atomic-drop on Chet and tagged in Kasey, who ended up in a backdrop and with his arm being worked over as Chet brought in Steve. Cassidy came in for Kasey and soon found himself begging for mercy from Steve after getting tossed around a bit. That only brought Chet back out to give Cassidy a vertical suplex and a two-count being tagging Lewington back into the ring. Kasey tried to help out Cassidy by stepping in, but that only led to him getting his skull crashed into Cassidy’s, thanks to Steve. Things continued to look bad for Cassidy until Chet missed with a run into a corner; giving Cassidy enough time to tag in Kasey.

Chet found himself on the canvas after getting kicked in the head by Cassidy on the outside while the ref’s head was turned away, and it would have been the end but Chet fortunately grabbed at the ropes for a break. Cassidy and Kasey traded off to the point of trying to whip Chet into a double clothesline, but Chet duck and then came back to take them both down with a clothesline of his own before tagging in Steve once more. Steve chopped, kicked and slammed both James Boys before going in to the pin on Kasey that was only stopped by Cassidy stomping him on the back of the head. Chet clotheslined Cassidy out of the ring, and went out to keep him busy, but Cassidy got away from Chet and tugged at Steve as he was about to climb up a corner to finish off Kasey. As Goose Mahoney argued with Steve and Cassidy to break them up, Kasey pulled out a steel chain and wrapped it around a fist and suckered Steve to come close enough for a punch to the jaw, knocking Steve out!

With Steve out cold, Goose hit the mat three times and gave the win to The James Boys. Yet, curiosity hit Goose when Kasey refused to have his arm lifted up in victory. When Goose forced his arm up, the chain he had used on Steve fell out from under his arm and to the canvas in front of Goose! For that, Goose gave the win to Steve and Chet, and Terminal Velocity retained the OVW Southern Tag-Team Titles!

Chet attacked The James Boys as they began to move in on Goose, but it was too little to help and he was over-powered when Cassidy picked up the chain and used it on Chet’s head. Cassidy went out and grabbed some scissors, forcing Goose to step between the James Boys and try to call them off from doing anymore harm to Steve or Chet. Cassidy clobbered Goose from behind, however, and the James then went to work on Mahoney’s hair instead! This brought out Al Snow and the other refs, but it was too late! As The James Boys walked off with hair in their hands and smiles on their faces, Goose stared at the hair on the canvas in shock!

Until next week, remember to keep check out the OVW live events in your area and keep watching OVW Television on the CW Network in Cincinnati and Louisville!

Credit: Dale Sherman at OVWrestling.com

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