AML Wrestling/Friends & Foes 2016/Official Results

AML Wrestling made their Lexington, NC debut. Here are the results.
AML Wrestling in Lexington
AML Wrestling in Lexington
LEXINGTON, N.C. - Oct. 1, 2016 - PRLog -- by Staff Reporter Scott Eiland

AML Wrestling presents: Friends & Foes in Lexington, NC was held on September 24 to benefit the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics of NC. Athletes from the region attended the event.  Here are the official results:

Before the opening match, AML ring announcer Tim Blaze announced that, because of Zane Dawson's repeated attacks on AML personnel, 12 additional men were hired to provide additional security for the event.  George South and Dawson then came to ringside and promised AML Owner Tracy Myers and Director Of Operations Brian Hawks that they were going to destroy AML.  After security blocked Dawson from going after Tim Blaze, the ring was cleared and the matches began.

White Mike (w/Tommy Thomas) defeated Cam Carter and Joey Rogers in triple threat action.

In the "main roster" debut for three Future Stars of AML Wrestling, White Mike was able to take advantage of the counsel and distraction of Tommy Thomas to hit the Can Opener on Cam Carter to secure a pinfall.  Tommy Thomas, who recently lost former client to Cedric Alexander when Alexander was signed by World Wrestling Entertainment, announced that he was looking for the next "big thing" to become the next Cedric, and he believes White Mike is destined for greatness.

The Young Lions (Kevin Kaufman and Lex Lee) beat The Mega Plowers (Jock Samson and Magnum CK)

The Lions rebounded from their loss to the Dixon Line last month to eke out a victory over the debuting Mega Plowers.  The newcomers dominated the match, forcing Kevin Kaufman to spend most of the match in the ring, sustaining several vicious double team attacks.  Kaufman was able to finally make a tag, and a flying shoulder drop was enough to get the pinfall on Jock Samson.  Both teams would like to be in the Crockett Cup Tag Team Tournament October 23 in High Point, NC, and both teams made an excellent case to be included.

Caleb Konley pinned Chance Prophet

In a clear clash of styles, the technical athlete Konley battled the mysterious "Dark Child" in singles competition.  Surviving several brutal hard core-style attacks from Prophet, Konley was able to fire back and eventually win via pinfall.

The Heat Seekers (Sigmon and Elliot Russell) defeated The Geordie Bulldogs (Mark Denny and Sean Denny) in a street fight to regain the AML Wrestling Tag Team Championship.

The Heat Seekers took advantage of the no-DQ rules here, as Zane Dawson made good on his promise to wreak havoc on AML.  The Bulldogs looked like they were on the verge of retaining the tag team titles when Dawson interfered in the match.  The Bulldogs fought back valiantly, but eventually the challengers were able to isolate Sean Denny and hit the heat-seeking missile on him to gain a tainted victory.  The Heat Seekers became the first-ever tag team to win the championship twice.

Jordan Kage beat Darius Lockhart to win the AML Prestige Championship

A see-saw match between a ring veteran (Kage) and one of wrestling's most precocious stars had an unusual beginning; Tommy Thomas came to ringside and offered a birthday cake his managerial services to Darius Lockhart (September 24 was Lockhart's 21st birthday).  Surprising Thomas and many of the fans in attendance, "The Revolutionary" turned the 2015 Manager of the Year down, saying he preferred to wrestle without a manager.  The match unfolded as expected- with Kage employing a mechanical pace, and Lockhart attempting to wrestle in space.  Eventually, Kage used referee Jeff Bunton as a weapon, shoving the official into the ropes while Lockhart was on the top turnbuckle. When Lockhart tumbled to the mat, Kage hit the youngster with the "Fuzzy 8x10" piledriver through the middle rope to get a three count.  Jordan Kage is the new AML Prestige Champion.  After the match, Thomas came to the ring and scolded Lockhart for turning him down as a manager.  Lockhart responded by taking the proffered cake and smashing it in Thomas's face.  The crowd enjoyed that.

Zane Dawson beat CW Anderson in an Extreme Rules Match

This was the much-anticipated return match from Second to None.  George South was banned from ringside for this violent brawl, which featured tables, chairs, brooms, and more, and both men brawled all over the North Davidson High School gym.  The match turned when Elliot Russel and Sigmon interfered in the match, and while Anderson was able to fight both of the Heat Seekers off, Dawson took advantage of the distraction and speared the Extreme Horseman through a table for the three count.

King Shane Williams (w/Queen Taylor) beat Damien Wayne by disqualification to retain the AML Wrestling Championship.

Damien Wayne nearly walked out of the gym with the AML Wrestling Championship at several moments in this titular affair, and his brawling style was nearly the match for King Shane's counterpunching and ground game.  However, King Shane was able to hit Damien Wayne with a piledriver and was about to win the match when Zane Dawson, George South, and the Heat Seekers rushed into the ring and attacked both King Shane and Damien, causing AML referee Jeff Bunton to call for the bell and throw the match out.  Dawson also attacked the security guards, leaving a trail of unconscious bodies in his wake and generally terrorizing the fans in attendance.

Get ready for AML's next events 10/22 & 10/23 at the Southside Recreational Center in High Point, NC when AML presents:  Dog Eat Dog on the 22nd and The Second Annual Cornette Cup Tag Team Tournament October 23.  Details are available on (

Tracy E. Myers
Tags:AML Wrestling, Wwe, Lexington
Location:Lexington - North Carolina - United States
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