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AML Wrestling/Dog Eat Dog 2016/Official Results
AML Wrestling returned to the Southside Rec Center in High Point, NC on October 22 for their annual Dog Eat Dog event. Here are the results
America's Most Liked Wrestling returned to High Point, NC on October 22 for "Dog Eat Dog," the first event of a "double shot" weekend at the Southside Recreation Center in High Point, North Carolina. Anticipation was high leading up to the event, as this is the last scheduled AML Wrestling TV taping until Wrestlecade Weekend at the Benton Convention Center, which begins November 25. Here are the OFFICIAL results from DOG EAT DOG.
White Mike beat Timmy Lou Retton and Sean Denny (with Mark Denny) when Mike pinned Timmy Lou.
This triple threat contest featured the surging White Mike without his new manager Tommy Thomas against 13 year veteran Denny and Timmy Lou Retton, the only male gymnast in professional wrestling. Denny's experience and the already-accomplished Retton looked like a very difficult mountain to climb for White Mike, but he was able to take advantage of Denny being knocked out of the ring to hit Timmy Lou Retton with "the Can Opener" to garner a clean pinfall. An infuriated Sean Denny then took the microphone and told the crowd that SOMETHING would have to change, as he has expressed continued frustration in the wake of he and Mark Denny losing the AML Tag Team Championship to the Heat Seekers in September. He departed from ringside, leaving a concerned Mark Denny alone in the ring.
The Xpendables (Sigmon and Elliott Russell aka The Heat Seekers, Zane Dawson & George South) defeated Labron James Elite (Labron Kozone, James Ryan, and Cam Carter) when Dawson pinned Cam Carter.
This was a mismatch on paper, as Dawson and the Heat Seekers had the size (even if you count the diminuitive Sigmon) and experience advantage over their opponents. However, Labron-James and Cam Carter all acquitted themselves well and nearly pulled off a pinfall. The brute strength and brutality of Zane Dawson provided the difference, however, as he laid out all three members of the younger team before Sigmon was able to hit his patented flying headbutt on Cam Carter for the win. In the scrum, Dawson wiped out referee Jeff Bunton with a lariat, rendering the official motionless.
Axton Ray (w/Brandon Scott) upended Billy Brash
In a classic contrast-in-
CW Anderson and Luke Hawx battled to a no-contest
In this feature confrontation featuring two of the hardest-hitting men in wrestling, both men battled for 15 minutes when the Xpendables attacked Anderson. When they gave Hawx an opportunity to join the attack, however, the "Southern Stomper" instead attacked the Xpendables. With the "numbers game" foiled, Anderson and Hawx fought off the Xpendables while George South loudly complained, then both competitors shook hands in a show of mutual respect.
Jordan Kage defeated Brandon Scott (w/ Axton Ray) to retain the AML Prestige Championship
In Kage's first defense of the AML Wrestling Prestige title, he faced the more experienced half of Team Axcellence, Brandon Scott. This match turned when Axton Ray attempted to interfere on Brandon Scott's behalf, reaching through the ropes. However, when Axton threw the punch meant for Kage, he accidentally hit Scott. Kage was able to then hit Scott with the Fuzzy 8x10 piledriver through the middle rope and secure the pinfall. Kage retains the AML Prestige championship as we head into Wrestlecade weekend.
King Shane Williams (w/ Queen Taylor) and Damien Wayne battled to a no-contest
Zane Dawson has been a repeated thorn in the side of both Damien Wayne AND King Shane Williams in the recent past, continually interfering in matches and attacking AML personnel. This match escalated when the Xpendables interfered again, causing the referee to throw the match out. As the brawl between the Xpendables, Williams, and Wayne intensified, AML Wrestling Tracy Myers grabbed the microphone and announced that all three men would battle in a Triple-Threat Lumberjack match for the AML Wrestling Championship at Showcase of Champions being held November 25 during WrestleCade Weekend.
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