AML Wrestling: Live To Win Results From May 24, 2015

Here are the results Live To Win held by AML Wrestling in Winston-Salem, NC on May 24, 2015.
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - May 26, 2015 - PRLog -- AML Wrestling returned to the AML Arena on May 24, 2015 for another Sunday of wrestling action.  Notable this week were appearances from Raj Singh (formerly known as Jinder Mahal from WWE’s old 3MB faction) and the Bullet Club (Tama Tonga, Luke “Doc” Gallows, and The Bullet Babe Amber Gallows), as well as the long-awaited Fatal Four Way match to crown the inaugural AML Heavyweight Champion.

Here are the official results!  All matches are sanctioned by AML Wrestling, a division of Wrestlecade Entertainment.

The Opener: Jason “The Gift” Kincaid defeated “Mr. Excellence” Brandon Scott at 13:05 after hitting Scott with his “Grave to the Fireflies” cutter finisher.  This was a back-and-forth match, with several near falls for both men.  Brandon Scott hit his second-rope face-forward DDT at one point, but Kincaid was able to kick out, recover, and eventually got the win over the young upstart.

Match 2:  Baron Bullard (with George South, Sr. and George South Guys) upset George South, Jr. at 10:22, thanks to outside interference from Zane Dawson.  George South, Sr. accompanied his trainee Bullard to the ring and announced that he loved his son, and wanted to help him succeed, and that the match with Bullard would help his son, who he loved.  He said that a lot.  Seeing four people in Bullard’s corner, George, Jr grabbed a chair to fend off a possible gang attack.  The match began in earnest, with both men showing their experience under the older South in the match.  When the tide was swinging George, Jr.’s way, his father distracted the referee and Zane Dawson hit George, jr. with a lariat, leaving South, jr. lying motionless in the ring.  Bullard covered him for the tainted three count.  George South, Sr. then told the AML crowd that he was disciplining his son, and that most of the crowd was fat, stupid, or both.

Match 3: The Heatseekers (Sigmon and Elliot Russell) defeated Nuclear Kassarole (Cauliflower Brown and Peter Kaasa) at 15:36 after hitting their Heat Bomb.  The Heatseekers remained undefeated while besting the debuting Nuclear Kassarole team.  Russell and Sigmon were able to isolate Cauliflower Brown for most of the match, and the cumulative damage was too much to prevent Brown from saving Kaasa after the Heatseekers surprised him with their double-team finisher.

Match 4: “Bad Boy” Tama Tonga defeated Brady Pierce with the “Headshrinker” (jumping underhook ddt) at 10:04. In what was a good night for the Bullet Club, Tama Tonga was able to take advantage of a small opening given him by young Pierce to hit his finisher after ten minutes of back and forth action.

Match 5: Damien Wayne bested Raj Singh (formerly known as Jinder Mahal) in 14:21 in a no-DQ falls-count-anywhere match.  Both Wayne and the former WWE superstar battled all over the AML arena, using pool cues, chairs, kendo sticks, and barricades.  The brawl nearly left the arena completely at one point.  The match ended when Singh hit the “Mid Atlantic Badass” with his full nelson slam, and when he attempted a lackadaisical cover, Wayne reversed it into a crucifix pin for the three count.

Match 6: The Bullet Club (Doc Gallows and Amber Gallows) defeated The Atlantic A&T Chapter of the Nu Anax Fraternity (Raphael King and Devyn Nicole) in 8:30 when a low blow (with the referee’s back turned) left King easy pray for Doc’s Gallows Pole choke bomb.

Match 7: Caprice Coleman beat Zane Dawson, King Shane Williams, and Vordell Walker at 10:39 to win the AML Heavyweight Championship.  At the 10 minute mark, Zane Dawson inadvertently hit referee Jeff Bunton with his patented lariat, knocking the official flat.  George South Jr then jumped on the apron and knocked Dawson out with a roll of quarters.   Coleman pinned Dawson, and a woozy Bunton made the three count.  HOWEVER, at the same time Bunton was making the three count, King Shane Williams was pinning a prone Vordell Walker on the other side of the ring after a piledriver.  Bunton ONLY SAW ONE PIN, and awarded Coleman the match and the title.  Caprice Coleman is the AML Heavyweight Champion, but Shane Williams has a rightful claim on the title as well.  A furious Williams demanded immediate relief for what he saw as an “insult to the King” and openly wondered if Coleman is a legitimate champion.

After the match, Coleman’s tag team partner Cedrick Alexander came to the ring, congratulated Coleman...and immediately asked for a title shot.

AML Wrestling returns to the AML Arena, aka Johnny & June’s, on June 28, 2015 for AML Wrestling Presents: Bulletproof.  Scheduled to appear: AML Wrestling Champion Caprice Coleman, King Shane Williams, Vordell Walker, The Heatseekers, Washington Bullets and more! Follow the news at and don’t forget to follow AML Wrestling on Twitter at Facebook at Youtube and on Instagram.

Tracy E. Myers
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