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AML Wrestling: Friends & Foes Results From August 30, 2015
AML Wrestling returned to the AML Arena for another live TV taping on Sunday, August 30, 2015. Here are the results.
By: WrestleCade Entertainment
Peter Kaasa upset Sonjay Dutt, pinning him after a modified German Suplex to win at 13:19 to open the proceedings. After losing the match, Dutt grabbed a studio microphone and praised his opponent, telling fans in the arena that Kaasa was “the man” and both men shook hands.
In a Bar Room Brawl match. Damien Wayne decisively beat Chance Profit at 12:24 after brawling all over the AML Arena.
The Heat Seekers (Elliot Russell and Sigmon) pinned The Empire (Matt Riviera and “Golden Boy” Greg Anthony) with The Tommy Thomas at 11:21 after Sigmon pinned Riviera after a flying headbutt. Tommy Thomas attempted to interfere on the Empire’s behalf, but his attempts to use a steel chair backfired, as he accidentally clocked Riviera with the chair leading to the victory for the Heat Seekers.
In the highly anticipated Father vs Son match, George South (with the George South Guys) pinned George South, Jr.,at 10:04 after hitting him with a foreign object while referee Jeff Bunton was distracted by the George South Guys. Junior put up a game effort, fighting off Zane Dawson, Baron Bullard AND Dee Mack throughout the much-ballyhooed battle with his father, but ultimately the cagey veteran South, Sr. had one gambit too many and emerged victorious. After the match, South, Jr. seemed to forgive his father and his former cohorts, embracing George, Sr. and fist bumping with all three George South Guys. Apparently George South, Jr. is back in the fold.
Vordell Walker pinned King Shane Williams (w/Queen Taylor) after a piledriver at 13:32. The victory puts the “Ring Wrecker” ahead 2 falls to 1 in their best-of-five series that will continue September 27.
Zane Dawson beat Chris Lea at 11:24 by referee stoppage. The match was relatively even, as the ringside interviewer Lea acquitted himself very well against Dawson, who outweighs him by 70 pounds, until Dawson hit his patented lariat off the second turnbuckle, knocking Lea unconscious. Dawson pounded a groggy Lea, repeatedly clotheslining him, until referee Jeff Bunton called for a stoppage to the match. When Dawson refused to stop beating on a defenseless, unconscious Chris Lea, Damien Wayne chased Dawson away from the ring and challenged him to a match.
Luke Hawx and Gunner battled to a double countout at 1:15, as Hawx was chased out of the ring and both men brawled until AML Senior Official James Hunter called for the bell after a ten count. Gunner then demanded the match re-start, and AML owner Tracy Myers agreed, allowing the match to re-start.
Luke Hawx then beat Gunner, pinning him after a blockbuster at 9:42 after the restart. As is usually the case with Hawx, he took a few shortcuts along the way, so an angry Gunner demanded a rematch at Wrestlecade November 28. The match was signed; Gunner will face Luke Hawx for the first time in a cage, this time at the Benton Convention Center at Wrestlecade.
In the main event, Caprice Coleman successfully defended the AML Wrestling Championship by pinning challenger Jason Kincaid after a crucifix piledriver.
All matches sanctioned by AML Wrestling, a division of Wrestlecade Entertainment.
Officials: Jeff Bunton and James Hunter
Announcer: Chris Shore
For more information about AML Wrestling, visit http://www.AMLWrestling.com