Jay Cal’s View #20 is back with a vengeance. Okay, not so much vengeance but with a heaping dose of the up-coming action for the weekend and last weeks results. Are you going to a show this weekend? We’d love to get your reviews and post them on the website. I did a review of SoCal Pro Wrestling’s Oceanside Rumble. Are you going to watch NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood tonight? I’ll tell you a couple of different ways to do it. How do you watch it, let me know. An also an update on The Point Counterpoint Review of the show with Andrew and myself.
Did you miss the most recent episode of NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood? The folks there are making it very convenient to check it out. As you know you can see the first airing on Friday Nights at 8PM on KDOC-TV. You can check it out again on Saturday Nights at 11PM also on KDOC. If you attend M1W’s Friday Fight Night, you can watch before the action takes place in the ring. And if you miss those opportunities, you can also check out on-line. Head to www.nwahollywood.com and check the television section.
Don’t worry, the review of last week’s NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood taping from last week hasn’t been forgotten. With the technical difficulties from NWA Hollywood getting the episode up, caused a slight delay for the last episode. With the episode up, I believe Andrew and I will have our point, counterpoint review ready for you by Monday.
SoCal Pro Oceanside Rumble has come and gone and if you weren’t there you missed out on a good show. Had a damn good time at this event. Each show I’ve been to down in Oceanside, I’ve noticed a lot of different faces and the crowds are steadily increasing. Each show has been really good and certainly worth the price of admission. I seriously suggest you checking out what SoCal Pro is doing, their next show is Dec. 4th. If you are coming, stop by and say hi, I’ll be there. It was nice to meet Marko and seeing Chad down at the event. And I heard there were a lot more SoCalUNCENSORED posters there. I was also pleasantly surprised to see Adam Marantz in attendance as well as PWG/EWF regular Brandon Gatson. I hope this leads to both becoming active in SoCal Pro. If you’d like to check my thoughts on the show, check out my review here and for some photos, click here.
The weekend of wrestling starts Friday Night October 22ne at 8PM with the MWF Lucha Libre. Tickets are $10 for Adults and $3 for Kids. The show will take place from 2015 E. 1st. St. Los Angeles CA. 90033. The Scheduled Main Event will be Magico, Kiss Jr., and Karisma taking on Espectro II, Punisher, and Spawn. Also on the card Neutron Jr. and Nacho Libre take on Super Kendo II and Mastin Negro, plus many more.
Also Friday NWA Pro/Empire Wrestling Federation returns to the Knights of Columbus Hall at 4315 N. Vincent Ave., Covina, CA. The show starts at 8PM tickets are $11 for Adults and $6 for Kids. EWF American Champion takes on Chris Kadillak defends his title, Tommy Wilson and Bradon Gatson square off in a Grudge Match and in the Main Event, the EWF Championship is on the line when Ryan Taylor battles Rocky Romero
NWA Pro/Mach-1 Wrestling’s weekly Friday Fight Night comes to you live every Friday from the American Sports Center at 1500 S. Anaheim Blvd., Anaheim, CA 92805. With a new regular bell time of 9:00PM, doors open at 7:45 with a viewing of NWA Championship Wrestling from Hollywood at 8:00PM. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for students w/ ID and children 12 and under. One half of the Heritage Tag Team Champions Johnny Goodtime will go toe to toe with Shaun Ricker in the Main Event. Also James Morgan will take on Josh Worthy, Nick Madrid will battle Leo Blaze and much more.
Fit Pit Pro Wrestling presents Hearts on Fire 3 on Saturday October 23rd, at 9145 Deering Ave., Chatsworth CA. Adult tickets are $12 and Kids are $5. The Hearts on Fire trilogy will come to an end when The Hobo has his last opportunity at the reigning Headblade Sponsored, Fur Lined Fit Pit Pro Championship Title holder, Brawlin’ Bo Cooper in a tables, ladders and chairs match. The Santino Bros. Instructor “The Rock Superstar” Kaos will take on the protege of GQ Money, “The Modern Day Midas” Mario Banks. And the Inter-Gender match between Lizzy Valentine and Hanes Classic. And more.
On Sunday October 24th Legion Championship Wrestling presents Fear The Dark taking place at the historic Casa De Mexicano theatre located at 2900 Pedro Infante St. Los Angeles, CA 90063. All the action starts at 5pm. Tickets are available at the door. Adults are $10, kids 10 and under are $5, and students with ID’s are $7. LCW bring you a No Rope Barbed Wire Taipei Deathmatch when Carnage takes on The B.C. Killer. Also Angel and Amanda will take on the anti-lucha movement Order 66. And many more.
Westcoast Wrestling Company’s Night of Reckoning takes place on Sunday October 24, 2010. Doors open at 4:30. Bell time is 5 PM. Tickets will be $10 with military getting in free and military dependents getting in for half off. The show will take place at Arena Sports which is located at 22482 Walnut Dr., Wildomar CA, 92595. In the Main Event Ric Ellis faces off against his biggest influence, Davey Richards, with the WCWC Title on the line. The Wildcard Title Triple Threat Match will be on the line when Jacob Diez, LTP and champion Jameson Stafford square off. Also Brandon Gatson will take on Devin Sparks, Mercurio Jr. takes on Vintage Dragon and so much more.
Sunday October 24th Empire Wrestling Federation presents Anarchy 2010 on 13700 Calmiesa Blvd., Yucaipa CA. Show starts at 6PM, tickets are $8 for Adults, Kids $4. Scheduled to appear are the EWF Champion Ryan Taylor, the 400lbs. Monster Terex, Hector Canales, Mexican Warrior, Eddie Matson, and more.
Lucha VaVoom got the band back together for their annual Fall Tour. The shows started off last night in Seattle, Sunday in Portland, Wednesday the 27th and Thursday the 28th at the Mayan Theater locally at the Mayan Theater, 1038 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, CA 90015. The shows start at 8PM both nights. After the SoCal shows wrap up, Halloween in San Francisco, November 4th in Philadelphia, the 6th in Asbury Park, the 8th in Boston, the 9th in New York, and the 11th in Chicago. Come check out the likes of El Bombero, the Crazy Chickens, Joey Ryan, Chocolate Caliente, Dirty Sanchez and all the antics that make Lucha VaVoom a one of a kind experience.
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