MPW – All Star Spectacular II
Moorpark Boys & Girls Club
October 15th 2016
The night started out with the owner Triple X welcoming everyone to the event, along with a signing of the National Anthem by “Lightning” Lee Hamilton. When Triple X began to announce the features of the night’s card, Bronson & Hot Young Briley took over the ring as Bronson slapped Triple X in the face and took the microphone away.
They announced the new MPW World Champion, Judas in a coronation among the “Cream Boys.” Judas pointed out a familiar face in the crowd, MPW rookie “Prodigy” Preston Moseby, and invited him into the ring. The trio would attack and attempt to humiliate the rookie, who has been rehabbing his way back from injury, with a can of shaving cream.
The party would be broken up by former OVW and WWE superstar Seth Skyfire along with former MPW World Champion, Danny Divine, and former WWE Raw General Manager, Brad Maddox – who had a chair in hand. Maddox appeared to clear the ring of Bronson, Hot Young Briley, and the MPW Champion Judas, but only for a moment – when Maddox suddenly bamboozled Divine with a super-kick, and a Stunner to Skyfire. Bronson, Briley, and Judas all entered the ring and went to work on Divine with Skyfire outside of the ring on the floor.
When Bronson and Maddox put Divine’s leg into the steel folding chair with Judas at the top rope in an attempt to break Danny Divine’s leg, Briley intervened and argued that it was too much. Briley then took the chair away and when confronted, he hit Bronson and cleared the ring. It soon became evident that there would be a team of Danny Divine, Seth Skyfire, and Hot Young Briley vs Bronson, MPW World Champion Judas, and Brad Maddox later in the night’s main event, inside a steel cage.
The first match took place with the self-proclaimed number one contender, Daniel Moon with his cardboard championship belt and his manager, Aurora Starr against Alabama’s finest, the GCW Middleweight Champion Joshua O’Hagan. Daniel Moon had control most of the match. Every time O’Hagan would show signs of coming back, Moon or Starr would gather the referee’s attention in order to capitalize with unscrupulous behavior.
At one point, Moon faked a shoulder injury where a second referee came out to help the match referee to see if Moon was able to continue. During this segment of the match, Aurora Starr came into the ring and executed a “619” on O’Hagan. As soon as she got out of the ring, Moon went back into the ring and attempted to pin the GCW Middleweight Champion. After kicking out, Moon picked O’Hagan up into a fireman’s carry and looked to finish the match – however, O’Hagan reversed out and from out of nowhere hit Moon with a Code-Breaker variation knee to the face, and would result in the fall. Winner, and still GCW Middleweight Champion, Joshua O’Hagan.
The next match had tag team competition between the team of Bulletproof and Roadblock – The Echelon, with their manager Lex Icon, and the team of Uday Ukleja and Jacob Tarasso – The Thundergun Express. After some back and forth action, The Echelon had the upper hand. Things looked to go The Thundergun Express’ direction when Lex Icon tried to intervene in the match. Tarasso and Ukleja injured Icon with a tag team maneuver, and went back to work on their opponents.
However, Roadblock would get Ukleja out of the ring, and Bulletproof would capitalize with a Curb-Stomp variation with a knee, “Equilibrium” and would earn the win. Winner by pinfall, The Echelon.
The following match would be a match that has been in the makings for the past several weeks at the “Friday Nights at the MPW Arena” shows with Mario Banks and his manager B.S. Cohen challenging the Punk Rock Powerhouse, Brawlin’ Bo Cooper.
The match began with Banks hitting BBC in the face a couple times which only angered the big man who would return with a series of chops. Banks would eventually get the upper-hand in the match and seemed like he was on his way to victory with a sleeper hold.
However, Banks would let go of the hold and say “Not that easy!” Banks climbed the rope for an elbow drop, but the attempt would prove to be a high risk as Cooper was able to get out of the way. Once the two got back to their feet, it was back and forth action until when Bo regained control, B.S. Cohen tried to intervene. Brawlin’ Bo Cooper would not be outsmarted as he caught Banks in a reversal finished the match with a Spicolli Driver. Winner by Pinfall, Brawlin’ Bo Cooper.
The MPW Owner, Triple X would come out to announce the following match being a Street-Fight Rules/Falls Count Anywhere match between The Hellkid and “Lethal” Logan X. Triple X’s announcement would be cut short as The Hellkid’s music interrupted.
Hellkid entered the ring with his manager, B.S. Cohen and raised a drawstring bag that read “5,000 Thumbtacks.” Triple X then announced his opponent to be Triple X’s secret weapon all along in their long storied feud over the past 5 months. “Lethal” Logan X would emerge with a wooden baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. The two would lock horns and fought back and forth as the match made its way to the outside where Logan X would flip over the top rope to the outside with a Plancha.
The first “street-fight” incident occurred shortly thereafter as Logan X would fight The Hellkid further outside and through the crowd. Hellkid would use a fan’s chair to strike Logan X, and they made it to the far corner of the auditorium where Logan would climb to the top of the bleachers and execute a Logansault. They fought their way back to the ring where Hellkid would eventually get back on top. He pulled out the bag of tacks and spilled them in the middle of the ring to suplex Logan X onto the thumbtacks.
Shortly thereafter, Hellkid’s stablemates would join – Tag Team Champions Maximum Mayhem (Max Ammo & Jimi Mayhem) as well as Mario Banks all put the boots to Logan X, and then held him down so that Hellkid could cut the face of Logan X with the barbed wired baseball bat. Triple X, helpless, retreated to the back to get help. Brawlin’ Bo Cooper came out with a chair and cleared the ring.
Triple X would then bodyslam Hellkid into the tacks, and then bounced off the ropes into a leg drop, inadvertently sitting on the tacks. Logan X then dragged Hellkid out through the crowd again. Logan X put Hellkid onto a table while Triple X brought over a ladder. Logan would splash Hellkid through the table off the ladder, and earn the win from the outside in the crowd. Winner by pinfall, “Lethal” Logan X.
After intermission, Osiris Mittens would take on Mondo Vega, who made his MPW debut. Vega would gain control early in the match by using a kitty toy to distract Mittens, the masked kitty. Mondo lured Mittens into the corner, and would run face first into the corner post.
Things were going Mondo Vega’s way until the kitty caught a second wind, and fought back to gaining control until Bulletproof & Roadblock of the Echelon came out with a cat bell and cat nip. While Roadblock distracted the referee, Mondo Vega was catching his breath. And Mittens was distracted by Bulletproof’s cat nip. Mittens would then get clobbered with the bell by Bulletproof, sending him back to Vega’s double-arm hooked DDT and would cover him for the win. After the match, Mittens would be back in captivity under the Echelon’s control as they man-handled him cruelly to the backstage. Winner by pinfall, Mondo Vega.
The following match would feature a Women’s Match between Laura James and Buggy Nova with her manager Chucky (the doll). Buggy Nova started out in control, and sent Laura James to the outside. However, when James realized her match, she quickly over-powered her opponent.
When she was in control, she went to Buggy’s corner and picked up Chucky to taunt Nova with – But Chucky began to strangle Laura James. Nova would take advantage of the situation, but only for a short while – James continued to over-power and finish the match with a running Code-Breaker. Winner by pinfall, Laura James.
The next match was the MPW Tag Team Championship match featuring the champions Maximum Mayhem (Max Ammo & Jimi Mayhem) with their manager B.S. Cohen against longtime rivals Tanaka and Master Flame. This match showed exactly what was expected, an all-out brawl, as well as B.S. Cohen getting in the mix to ensure his team a successful title defense.
But the team of Tanaka and Master Flame would remain resilient, using their fighting arts and skills to out-maneuver the champions. In the end, a Tanaka spinning heel kick and a Flame round house kick would nearly decapitate Jimi Mayhem, leading them to victory. Winner by pinfall, and NEW MPW Tag Team Champions, Master Flame & Tanaka.
During intermission while the steel-cage was being installed, the MPW Owner wheeled out a briefcase and walked through the crowd talking about the history of MPW Championships as well as the future – which led to his major announcement regarding the inaugural MPW National Championship and its tournament that will commence this coming Friday Night at the MPW Arena on October 21, 2016.
When the Cage was installed, it was announced to be the first ever Steel Cage Match in MPW History. The team of Seth Skyfire, Danny Divine, and Hot Young Briley were announced. While the music of Danny Divine was playing and the team were about to enter the cage, they were ambushed from behind by their opponents, Brad Maddox, Bronson, and MPW World Champion Judas. They took the fight to their opposition on the outside of the ring, until they tried to synchronize throwing Divine, Skyfire, and Briley into the cage.
When they tried to execute, it was reversed. The match was finally then brought into the ring, but not before Judas, Maddox, and Bronson were slammed head-first into the cage on the outside, and into the ring where the melee continued. Judas was quickly busted open and profusely blead throughout the match. Skyfire used the cage to catapult himself off of the top rope and landed a high-cross-body-block across Bronson, Judas, and Maddox.
Shortly thereafter, Skyfire and Bronson wound up outside of the cage and brawled for the duration of the match. When Judas looked to injure Divine with a power-house move, Divine was able to reverse Judas headfirst into the cage with a spinning head-scissors, and would then execute a hurrancanrana from the top rope by use of the top of the cage, again sending Judas face first into the cage. Briley would grab the dazed World Champion, and plant him face first into the mat with a pedigree.
However, the referee that came out with Judas’ team refused to count past the 2-count. Briley argued with the referee to make the count, and Maddox would capitalize on the distraction with a super-kick to an unsuspecting Hot Young Briley. Maddox and the referee showed unity with a hug – when Danny Divine realized what was happening, he went to attack Maddox who dodged and came close to reversing with another super-kick but Divine would dodge – the kick connecting with the referee’s face and knocking him out cold. Danny Divine would connect a Divine Intervention (Cutter/RKO) on Maddox, and cover – but no referee. Triple X would come out with a familiar face wearing a referee shirt – “Prodigy” Preston Moseby. Moseby went for the count, but only reached 2 – when Maddox kicked out.
Judas would retain control, and set Divine up for a super-kick from Maddox, but Divine was able to twist away while Judas took the kick – and hit Maddox again with a Divine Intervention to get the win. Winner by pinfall, Danny Divine, Hot Young Briley, and Seth Skyfire.
Results courtesy of MPW