Pro Wrestling Guerrilla held their latest show, Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock n’ Roll), on March 18th. Despite the show taking place on a Saturday, traffic was terrible getting there from San Diego. The traffic would end up being the only negative on the day, as PWG ended up putting on a truly great show. […]
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Rey Fenix & Penta el Zero M defeated The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) and Ricochet & Matt Sydal in a Triple Threat Match to become the new PWG World Tag Team Champions in the main event of PWG’s March 18th, 2017 event in Reseda, CA. Also on the show, Best Friends (Chuck Taylor, […]
Rankings are in and the February Southern California wrestlers of the month are B-Boy and Ruby Raze. The February match of the month was Ricochet defeating Lio Rush from February 18th’s PWG. Click to see the full rankings. (more…)
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla has announced the lineup for their next event, Nice Boys (Don’t Play Rock n’ Roll), taking place on March 18th, 2017 in Reseda, CA. (more…)
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla will be running at the American Legion Hall Post #308 in Reseda, CA on February 18th, 2017 at 8PM.
PWG World Championship Match
Zack Sabre Jr. (c) vs. Chuck Taylor
SuperKliq (Adam Cole & The Young Bucks) vs. OI4K (Dave & Jake Crist) & Sami Callihan
Cody R vs. Trevor Lee
Jeff Cobb & Matthew Riddle vs. Unbreakable F’N Machines (Brian Cage & Michael Elgin).
Rey Fenix vs. Trent?
Marty Scurll vs. Jay White
Lio Rush vs. Ricochet
The American Legion Post #308 is located at 7338 Canby Ave., Reseda, CA 91335.
Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Chuck Taylor to retain the PWG World Championship in the main event of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s “Only Kings Understand Each Other” in Reseda, CA on February 18th, 2017. Also on the show, Ricochet defeated Lio Rush. Click for results. (more…)
The polls have finished and the votes have been added up. At this time we would like to announce and congratulate the 2016 Southern California Wrestling Awards winners. Click to see the results. (more…)
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla announced via their Twitter account details on the date and lineup for its first event of 2017, Only Kings Understand Each Other, set to take place on Saturday, February 18th in Reseda, CA at the American Legion Post #308. Only Kings Understand Each Other takes place on Saturday, February 18th! — PWG […]
The last part of the 2016 Battle of Los Angeles review, featuring the semi-finals and finals of the tournament. No long intro. Let’s get straight to the review. Click here for Steve’s thoughts on the show from a live perspective. On a serious note, SoCalUncensored.com will be donating any money raised through our Highspots.com affiliate […]
We would like to announce the nominees for the 2016 Paul T. Memorial Award for Most Outstanding Wrestler in Southern California. The Most Outstanding Wrestler award has been given out annually since 2006 when El Generico (Sami Zayn) was the inaugural winner. After his passing in 2013 the award was renamed to honor the memory […]
Steve & Andrew Minus Steve are back to review Stage 3 of the 2016 Battle of Los Angeles in two stages. In this first part of the show review, Steve and Andrew Minus Steve take a look at the second round matches of BOLA featuring John Hennigan (Johnny Mundo/John Morrison) vs. Ricochet, Chris Hero vs. […]
While Steve enjoys the Thanksgiving holiday doing family things, I go solo with a review of Night 2 of PWG’s 2016 Battle Of Los Angeles featuring the much talked about Young Bucks & Adam Cole vs. Ricochet, Matt Sydal, and Will Ospreay match that got Five Stars from Dave Meltzer, the PWG debut of Cody […]
Our heroes Steve & Andrew return with a review of Night 1 of the 2016 Battle Of Los Angeles from Pro Wrestling Guerrilla on DVD and Blu-Ray. Matches feature Jushin Liger taking on Chris Hero, Fenix vs. Will Ospreay, Jeff Cobb vs. Ricochet, Matt Sydal vs. John Hennigan (a.k.a. John Morrison/Johnny Nitro/Johnny Mundo), Zack Sabre […]
Battle of Los Angeles is PWG’s singles tournament that has been going on since 2005. It has fluctuated through the years from anywhere from a one night to a three night tournament, but the last few years it has been three nights. The current format is to have a 24 man, single elimination tournament, with […]