Date: Sept. 21, 2013
Location: Corbin, KY -Civic Center-
**** 5 / 5 star Fan rating-
1. TSW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP Match
Bubba Hutton & Mystery Partner vs. Night Stalker & Tokyo Dragon.
BUBBA HUTTON finally announced his new partner who he would be teaming with to go up for the TSW Tag Team Championships, and he chose none other than his own son: SULLY LARKIN. They where originally scheduled to face the # 1 contenders and members of the Willie Pack (Night Stalker & Tokyo Dragon). The Willie Pack had other plans, as they decided that the Tokyo Dragon's welcome had expired in the pack. So Night Stalker and the other pack members left Tokyo to fight for himself...
Once the match began, Tokyo had met his match when out of the locker room came Brian Wright, to step up in Tokyo Dragon's corner...
After a hard fought match, the Southern Outlaws came out on top and
defeated Brian Wright & Tokyo Dragon to become the first TSW Tag Team
2. MASK vs. MASK Match:
The WRESTLING DEMON vs. KRUTCH
This match was one not to be soon forgotten. Demon defenately took KRUTCH to the limits, but as soon as Krutch was getting the upper hand, the Demon pulled Ref. Kiper into a corner splash just as Krutch was making contact with the Demon, which took Ref. Kiper to the floor. While the ref was down, Krutch was able to pull out a manover which rocked the Demon, and would have won the match for Krutch if the referee wasn't knocked out at the moment. After Krutch decided to check on the ref, and attempted to wake him up, Demon takes advantage of the distraction, and spiked Krutch with the "Darkness Lock" (Leg Lock Submission hold) to take the win...
KRUTCH was forced to remove his mask, to reveal a Face Painting design... which made Demon very furious...
What does this mean for the future of KRUTCH, or even for the Demon? Only time will tell....
3. GRUDGE MATCH
NIGHT STALKER vs. TOKYO DRAGON
Night Stalker agreed to face off against the former teammate Tokyo Dragon just moments after turning on him. This was yet another unforgettable competition. This match had a very controversial ending to it, as the "Willie Pack's" referee Richard Nixon did a fast count, and was caught by the secondary referee in the match which was ref. Kiper. This led to the decision by Kiper to reverse the decision giving Tokyo Dragon the win, due to unfair referee practice.
4. LAST MAN STANDING MATCH
One of the most heated rivalries in TSW, or even the entire southeastern, KY area for that matter. This was a match that couldn't wait for the ring. Marvelous Myke was in his locker room preparing for the match, when Sully attacked him from out of no where. This led to Marvelous Myke and Sully brawling it out from the locker room, to the ring. These 2 men gave it their all, as they beat each other senseless with chairs, signs, kendo stick, and other objects. This match took both men to the 9 count several times. But after Myke was knocked off the top rope, Sully attempted the dreaded superplex off the top rope, but was slightly worn out to hit the full effect of the move. While both men where down for the count, Myke was somehow barely able to return to his feet at the count of 9, as Sully was attempting to stand, but fell short as the 10 count continued. leaving MARVELOUS MYKE the Last Man Standing to win the match.....
5. TSW "ROCK & ROLL" WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP:
TENNESSEE CHAIN MATCH
MASKED SUPERSTAR vs. MARCUS WILLIAMS
In a back and forth type match, we saw Marcus Williams on top several times, until the Willie Pack would get involve and knock Marcus' momentum down. Marcus fought to the finish, and was not giving up, but the Masked Superstar was able to be the sole survivor, thanks to the Willie Pack, and their involvement in the match, Masked Superstar pulled out the win as he pinned Marcus Williams to become the first ever TSW "Rock & Roll" World Champion!
This show was a very emotional show from beginning to end, as TSW opened the show with a 10 bell salute to a true legend and full time member of TSW, "Rock & Roll" Marty Gibson, may he be resting in the arms of God, and he will never be forgotten.
This was by far the best of TSW yet. Everytime TSW rolls into town, you can expect each show to be better than the last... That is the TSW Promise!