Tag Team Top 5 For The Week of July 28th, 2014


Tag Team Top 5 For The Week of July 28th, 2014

1. World’s Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae) – Quite possibly the team that put intergender tag teams on the map picks up their biggest victory to date as they defeated the Young Bucks at PWG to become the NEW PWG Tag Team Champions on 7/26! If that wasn’t enough, they also had another victory on the week defeating Brittany Wonder & Marcus Lewis on 7/22 at APW solidifying their #1 spot for this week.

2. Randi West & Joesph Schwartz – 2 victories helped another intergender team make the top 5 this week as West & Schwartz defeated Ian Rotten & Mistress Burgandi at EPW on 7/24 before going onto defeat former #1’s Team IOU at IWA on 7/25! With that big victory and a more consistent team between the 2, we could be seeing more of this team on the rankings in the future.

3. Corey Havoc & Doctor Hurtz – This is one of these cases where the fan poll helped out big time! Havoc & Hurtz were originally placed #4 before the poll results came in. Placing #2 on the fan poll moved them up a ranking showing that your support truly does matter! These 2 had a great week defeating IWF American champion Biggie Biggs & Shawn Donovan as well as Mike Cammett & Dan Kinnally in the finals to win the IWF Commissioners Cup becoming NEW IWF Tag Team Champions in the process.

4. Da Hoodz (Davey Cash & Kris Pyro) – They had quite possibly the second biggest victory of the week, winning Beyond’s Tag Team Battle Royal at Americanrana ’14 on 7/27 defeating 5 other teams as well as defeating The Influence at a Beyond secret show on 7/25. Strength of competition may have been the only argument preventing Da Hoodz from being higher up in the rankings.

5. Reno SCUM (Adam Thornstowe & Luster the Legend) – Undefeated as a team in 2014. Not many can claim that one, but Reno SCUM is one of these teams. Again, a case of strength of competition may have prevented these guys from being higher up in the rankings as they defeated the Hell Hounds on 7/27. But with a 5-0-1 record (according to cagematch.net) since January 2014 defeating teams like the Young Bucks & Bad Influence, we can only imagine seeing more of these guys in the future.

Honorable Mention: Jocephus & Eve – NEW Resistance Pro Tag Team Champions after picking up a big victory defeating Jay Bradley & Mr. 450 on 7/25! Just missed out on the top 5 with only the 1 victory this week.

Others missing out/receiving votes –

FSU: #1 in the fan poll
Soul Shooters: #2 in the fan poll
Hooligans: #5 in the fan poll
Briscoes: #7 in the fan poll
Goat Brigade: #8 in the fan poll
Juicy Product: #9 in the fan poll
Young Bucks: #10 in the fan poll
Piss Beaters
Iron Curtain
Los Ben Dejos


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7/23-7/26 JCW “The Gathering of the Juggalos” results


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JCW’s “The Gathering” Results
July 23-July 26, 2014
Thornville, Ohio

Wednesday Night – Kaiju Big Battell

Tournament for The Holy Hatchet Of Shangri-La:

(1) Kung Fu Chicken Noodle beat Hell Monkey.

(2) Unlucky #13 beat Grudyin.

(3) All American Beetle beat Tucor.

(4) GAMBLING Bug beat French Toast.

(5) The Weedmeiser beat Yarsmenko.

(6) Dusto Bunny Beat Uni Bouzo.

(7) Special Tag Team Attraction (Non Tournament): Paco & Pedro beat The Iron Brothers.

(8) The Weedmeiser beat Kung Fu Chicken Noodle, Unlucky #13, All American Beetle, Gambling Bug, and Dusto Bunny to claim the The Holy Hatchet of Shangri-La.

– Host/Announcer: Louden Noxious, KG on The Music Cues, and referee El Sparko.

Thursday Night: Exotic Ladies of Wrestling

(1) Shonda Boomer beat Melanie Cruise.

(2) Neveah beat Miss Dislexia.

(3) Jewels Malone pinned Amazing Maria.

(4) Stacey O’Brien beat “Miss Natural” Heather Patera.

(5) Lylah Lodge beat Samantha Heights.

(6) Heidi Lovelace pinned Angel Dust.

(7) Main Event: Crazy Mary Dobson beat Cherry Bomb.

– Ring Announcer and Host: KG Kevin Gill, referees Sparkey Ballard and Drew Taylor, and D.J. Carlito on the Turntables.

Friday Night: Road To BloodyMania

(1) Necro Butcher beat Richie Boy Briar Wellington with The Butler and The Maid.

(2) Madman Pondo & Crazy Mary Dobson beat The Butler & The Maid.

3) Weedman & Hyzaya beat The Haters.

(4) Kongo Kong destroyed Pepper Parks and Colin Delaney.

(5) Ring Ryda’s beat Super Strong Tiger & Spider Monkey.

(6) Officer Colt Cabana beat Zach Gowen.

(7) Main Event: JCW Hvt. champion 2 Tuff Tony beat “The Emo Warrior” Jimmy Jacobs.

– Ring Announcer and Host “The Voice Of JCW” KG Kevin Gill, referees Sparkey Ballard and Drew Taylor, and D.J/ Clay on the turntables.

Saturday Night: Bloodymania 8

(1) Kongo Kong pinned Necro Butcher inside of a Steel Cage.

(2) Shockwave The Robot & Zach Gowen & Weedman & Hyzaya beat Jimmy Jacobs & Bryer Wellington & The Haters.

(3) The Ring Rydas beat The Hooligans in a wild Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match to regain the JCW Tag Team Championships.

(4) Moshpit Mike outlasted Ron Mathis, Smokey C, Darkstorm, Markus Crane, John Wayne Murdoch, Strict-9, Josh Crow, Terex, Ruff Crossing, Jesse Amato Austin Bradley, and Jewels Malone to win the Bloody Rumble! The rules of “Unlucky 13: Juggalos Bring the Weapons Bloody Rumble” was four competitors start the match and a new competitor emerges every 60 seconds; eliminations only when thrown over the top rope, to the floor, while bloody.

JCW Commisioner Violent J inducted 2 Tuff Tony into the JCW Hall Of Fame!

(5) The Boogeyman terrorized and beat Officer Colt Cabana before unleashing a worm shower upon the groveling officer. Note: Boogeyman ate worms with the juggalos before, during, and after his match.

Madman Pondo & Crazy Mary Dobson beat “The Iron Demon” Shane Mercer & Heidi Lovelace in the first intergender tag team match in Gathering history.

(6) Main Event: JCW Hvt. champion 2 Tuff Tony pinned Tommy Dreamer in a match that was at times scientific, at times extreme, and at other times in the crowd!

Post-match: Dreamer said that in 25 years of wrestling he had never wrestled at 5:00 in the morning before and that it’s a rare TREAT to have a career “first” so many years into his career. He also said that he had received numerous phone calls and messages from wrestlers encouraging him not to come to the Gathering, and that he had one message for all of them: “FU!”

– JCW Commisioner: Violent J, Commentary by Shaggy 2 Dope & KG Kevin Gill, referees Sparkey Ballard and Drew Taylor, Ring Announcer Upchuck The Clown, and D.J. Clay on the Wheels of Steel.

[ FYI: Bloodymania 8 was filmed and edited live and will be released soon atHatchetGear.com . Also, catch a new episode of the Kevin Gill Show atKevinGillShow.com every week with up-close-and-personal interviews with musicians and wrestlers via @OgKevinGill ]




7/28 New Japan Results


G1 Climax 2014 Block A Match
Tomohiro Ishii [6] defeats Doc Gallows [2] (8:11)

G1 Climax 2014 Block B Match
Lance Archer [4] defeats Hiroyoshi Tenzan [4] (10:44)

G1 Climax 2014 Block A Match
Davey Boy Smith Jr. [4] defeats Satoshi Kojima [4] (11:30)

G1 Climax 2014 Block B Match
Minoru Suzuki [4] defeats Yujiro Takahashi [2] (8:39)

G1 Climax 2014 Block B Match
Toru Yano [6] defeats Karl Anderson [2] (5:46)

G1 Climax 2014 Block A Match
Katsuyori Shibata [6] defeats Shelton Benjamin [8] (14:01)

G1 Climax 2014 Block B Match
AJ Styles [4] defeats Hirooki Goto [6] (14:58)

G1 Climax 2014 Block A Match
Bad Luck Fale [6] defeats Hiroshi Tanahashi [6] (12:27)

G1 Climax 2014 Block A Match
Shinsuke Nakamura [6] defeats Tomoaki Honma [0] (10:19)

G1 Climax 2014 Block B Match
Tetsuya Naito [8] defeats Kazuchika Okada [6] (13:54)

Credit: http://www.cagematch.net