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AML Wrestling: Dog Eat Dog Official Results From September 27, 2015
AML Wrestling returned to the AML Arena for another live TV taping on Sunday, September 27, 2015. Here are the results.
By: WrestleCade Entertainment
The Heatseekers (Sigmon and Elliot Russell) beat Brandon Scott and Axton Ray by pinfall at 14:24. Sigmon pinned Scott after a falling headbutt, which followed an Elliot Russell Oklahoma Slam.
Rachel Freeman defeated Amanda Rodriguez by submission in a return match. Around the 11 minute mark, Freeman locked Rodriguez in a reverse STF and Rodriguez struggled for almost a minute before tapping out.
Mark Denny of the Geordie Bulldogs (w/ Sean Denny) was then slated to battle El Blanco Gordito in singles action, but after several attempts by Sean Denny to involve himself in the match, TIMMY LOU RETTON emerged from the locker room to even the odds. AML Chairman Tracy Myers then authorized a change in the match and made it a tag team match.
Timmy Lou Retton and El Blanco Gordito upset the Geordie Bulldogs when Retton pinned Sean Denny after a swinging neckbreaker. El Blanco Gordito remains undefeated (in both singles and tag team action) in the United States.
“The Gift” Jason Kincaid defeated a debuting Shane Strickland, pinning him after reversing a top-rope Samoan press into a three count.
The Empire (Matt Riviera and Greg Anthony) upset the Washington Bullets when Riviera pinned Trey Williams after Anthony hit Williams with Riviera’s gold chain. The referee didn’t see the offense.
King Shane Williams (w/ Queen Taylor) beat Vordell Walker by DQ after Walker threw referee Jeff Bunton across the ring. Walker and Williams are now tied at two in their best-of-five series to become #1 contender for the AML Wrestling Championship.
In an AML Wrestling Championship defense, Caprice Coleman (champion) beat Cedrick Alexander (w/ Thee Tommy Thomas) by disqualification. Coleman had Alexander trapped in his crossface submission maneuver (and Alexander was tapping out) but the referee’s back was turned, distracted by Thee Tommy Thomas. Coleman left Alexander to remove Thomas from the apron, and Alexander got up and hit Coleman with a blatant low blow, causing AML senior official James Hunter to throw the match out. Caprice Coleman retains the AML Wrestling Championship.
All matches sanctioned by America’s Most Liked Wrestling, a division of Wrestlecade Entertainment.
Officials: James Hunter
Announcer: Tim Blaze
For more information on AML Wrestling, please visit http://www.AMLWrestling.com
Tracy E. Myers