AML Wrestling: Second To None Results From July 26, 2015

AML Wrestling returned to the AML Arena in Winston-Salem, NC for SECOND TO NONE on July 26, 2015. Here are the results.
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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - July 30, 2015 - PRLog -- America’s Most Liked Wrestling returned to the AML Arena (also known as “Johnny & Junes”) for AML Wrestling Presents: Second to None.  Eight action-filled matches were on the docket, including a tension-filled title defense, as AML Wrestling Champion Caprice Coleman defended the belt against his former friend Cedric Alexander. Here are the official results!

In an AML tryout match, Rob Killjoy defeated Will Demented after a modified piledriver (screwdriver) at 6:20.  Killjoy dominated the younger, smaller man early.  A spirited comeback from the upstart Demented ultimately fell short as he missed a skytwister, a mistake upon which the more experienced Killjoy capitalized with the screwdriver finish for a clean three-count.

Manager Thee Tommy Thomas then came to the ring and announced he was looking for talent.  The AML fans in attendance were not impressed, and booed the talkative manager lustily.

El Blanco Gordito defeated “Nice Guy” Mickey Gambino at 8:40 after a Gory Bomb.  The newest luchadore bringing his unique style from his native Mexico, Gordito delighted the crowd with a USA and “Si! Si” chant before battling the veteran Gambino in a solid mat wrestling competition.  Gordito was able to defeat Gambino after a slow-motion “619” and the gory bomb for the three count.  El Blanco Gordito then told interviewer Tim Blaze (who he called “Not Chris Lea”) that he wanted to challenge the winner of the night’s main event.

In triple threat tag team action, Nuclear Kaassarole (Peter Kaasa and Cauliflower Brown) upset The Washington Bullets and The George South Guys (Baron Bullard and D-Mac) at 14:57.  George South’s henchmen Bullard and Mack started the match by staying out of the fray, opting to let the Bullets and Brown & Kaasa begin the match.  They then struck when the smaller teams were distracted and dominated the bout for a while, until they were both knocked out of the ring and rendered motionless by a series of suicide dives by both Bullets, Brown, and Kaasa.  Bullard couldn’t make it back to the ring before James Hunter reached a ten count, thus eliminating the George South Guys at 10:40.  This turned the match into a traditional tag team match.  The pace picked up, and teams traded double team maneuvers until Kaasa surprised Trey Williams with a victory roll.  One controversial three-count later (at first it was unclear if Williams’ shoulders were down for the full three seconds) and Nuclear Kaasarole earned the victory.  The controversial nature of the match led to the Washington Bullets challenging Brown and Kaasa to a rematch, which the victors immediately accepted for a future AML taping.

In a submission-only match, “The Dark Chyld” Chance Prophet beat “The Mid-Atlantic Bad Ass” Damien Wayne with a buzzkiller at 13:04.  Both men traded blows and submission attempts for the length of the bout until Chance Prophet locked Damien Wayne into a sleeper and converted it into a buzzkiller, holding on for almost two minutes before Damien Wayne passed out from the lack of blood to the brain.  While it must be noted that Damien Wayne did not tap out, referee Jeff Bunton ultimately stopped the match for the sake of the Mid Atlantic Bad Ass’s safety.

Jason “The Gift” Kincaid narrowly defeated “Mr. Excellence” Brandon Scott at 10:59.  Two innovators again squared off, as the young phenom Scott aggressively took the fight to the more deliberate Kincaid, and almost had the match won three or four times, especially when he hit a flying cutter from the second rope late in the match.  Kincaid was able to survive a number of near falls, however, and won when he cradled Scott and placed his feet on the ropes for leverage.  It was a clearly illegal pin to everyone in the arena except for the one man who mattered, AML senior referee James Hunter.  Hunter made the three count, and Kincaid escaped with a tainted victory.

George South, Jr survived two brutal lariats from Zane Dawson and ultimately defeated the One Man Riot with a Death Valley Driver at 8:20 to earn the chance to face his father, George South, Sr., August 30 in Winston-Salem.  The match was delayed for more than five minutes because South, Jr. and Dawson brawled before referee James Hunter had a chance to start the match.  When the match finally started, George South, Sr. started injecting himself into the match and complaining to the official on Zane Dawson’s behalf.  This led to South, Sr.’s ouster from the ring, as Hunter used official discretion to ban him from ringside.  Even though his mentor was removed from the area, Zane continued to wear South, Jr. down and hit him with his patented lariat twice.  South, Jr. was able to kick out both times, though, and surprised Dawson with a Death Valley Driver, earning him a clean pinfall over the man many think will someday hold the AML Championship.  After the match, George South, Sr. returned to the ring and hugged...Zane Dawson, not his own son.

“King” Shane Williams (w/ Queen Taylor) defeated Vordell Walker via piledriver at 12:35 in the first match of their best of five series to determine the #1 contender to Caprice Coleman’s AML Wrestling Championship.  In a rivalry that has become more heated in recent days following Walker’s surprising and unprovoked attack on Queen Taylor in June, the match quickly devolved into a fight.  Walker apparently had Williams set up for a spinning uranagi, but Williams was able to get the advantage and took the lead in the series with his patented piledriver.

In the main event, Cedric Alexander beat Caprice Coleman in a violent non-title match after a BRUTAL Lumbar Check after almost 28 minutes of action.  Coleman had Cedric down for what appeared to be a three-count after nailing his former friend with a Sky Splitta.  However, at the two count TOMMY THOMAS returned to the ring and pulled referee James Hunter out of the ring, preventing a three count.  That gave Alexander everything he needed to hit Coleman with a lumbar check that had ringside observers wondering if paramedics would be required.  The three count, at that point, was academic, and Alexander established himself as a top threat to Coleman’s AML wrestling championship with the victory.  Thomas then taunted Coleman and area fans, while Alexander strutted.  Coleman then recovered and attacked his former friend again, knocking Thomas to the arena floor in the process.  What once was one of the most heartwarming friendships in wrestling is now a brutal feud.

Can AML wrestling possibly top this?  We will find out when AML Wrestling debuts in High Point, NC on August 29 and returns to the AML Arena August 30 for another television taping.  Wrestling fans do NOT want to miss this! For more information, visit

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