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Monday, October 18, 2004

10.18.04 PWX Looking for NEW WEBMASTER

If you havent noticed already, this website isnt all that great. It is a place however, for us to get all of the PWX information to you for the time being.

Im not much of a computer guy, so PWX is looking for someone to put a brand new website together for us. This will require you to make all updates and changes that are needed to the website as soon as possible, and not just slack off.

If you are interested in this job, please email me, preferrably with a link to a site that you have already done so I can check out your work.

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Pro Wrestling Xplosion 10-16-04 Brick Elks


Despite several attempts by various people to shut it down, Pro Wrestling Xplosion returned to the NJ Indy scene in a big way on October 16, 2004.

313 Packed into the Elks Lodge in Brick, NJ for the night’s action. PWX Owner Billy Rivell acted as Master of Ceremonies for the evening, which featured the crowning of a new PWX Champion, due to former champion JC Rage’s decision to no longer wrestle for the company, leaving the championship vacant.

The title was handed over to Shock via forfeit, who was supposed to be Rage’s challenger, however when this decision was announced, the locker room emptied out in protest, with all of the wrestlers looking for a shot at the championship.

With all the wrestlers in the ring protesting, Billy Rivell declared there would be a battle royal to take place immediately, with the final 2 competing in a match for the championship later in the night.

When the smoke cleared, only Shock, Lowlife Louie Ramos, and Resin remained.

Resin came very close but ended up getting eliminated, leaving Shock and Ramos as the final 2, who would later compete for the vacant championship.

The match was pure brutality. Lowlife Louie Ramos, who is best known for his savage acts of violence and putting his own body on the line in hardcore matches, showed the Indies that he can wrestle with anyone, as he took it to Shock in a very traditional style match. No weapons, no blood, just 2 great wrestlers having a championship caliber wrestling match. And the fans loved it…Imagine that. One mistake by Ramos cost him the match and the title, as Shock was able to pull it off and walk out with the gold.

Your NEW PWX Champion – SHOCK – Remember the name.

Another name to remember… ARCADIA.
In what was by far the match of the night, Arcadia pulled off a huge win over Sabotage. These 2 traded moves back and forth and had the fans on the edge of the seats. It is my opinion that Arcadia is THE BEST Lt. Heavyweight on the Indies today. After the victory, Arcadia was attacked by Resin, who demanded he receive a title shot at the next PWX event, or he would interfere in every match of the night until he did. PWX Owner Billy Rivell agreed that he should receive the next shot, and it was set.

Aside from all of that, I haven’t even mentioned the Main Event. Hasheem “Chemical” Ali took on The Patriot, who took offense to Ali stealing the National Anthem CD and destroying it in the ring in front of the crowd. The crowd was steadily behind the Patriot, who finished off Ali with the Uncle Slam.

The crowd also seemed to take a liking to Danny Yamz, the 300 pounder from Hidden Valley Ranch. He had no idea he would be wrestling former WWE Star Sal Sincere. He rose to the challenge and gave Sincere all he could handle, clearly having him beaten at one point if not for the interference of Sincere's Manager, Deion “Big Money” Dollaz. Sincere, being a crafty veteran, used his chance to knock out Yamz with a chain. Sal Sincere got the pinfall, but Yamz was the winner in the fans eyes.

In a rematch (sort of) from last years PWX event, The Elm Street Kids returned to take on Extreme Fahrenheit. Last Year, Shane Taylor was unable to get to the show, leaving Heartbreaker to take on his Manager Ryan Maher as his partner against The ESK. Psycho and Rayza took Maher apart and got the win. This time was a little different with Taylor there with his partner. Thanks to more interference from Maher, This time Extreme Fahrenheit was able to get the win over The Elm Street Kids. Looks like this series is tied up at one match a piece. I think I smell a 2 out of 3 falls rematch at the next event…

The night also saw the debut of a few new stars for PWX. Nicky Oceans defeated Ed Kazaar in a hard fought match. Both of these guys gave it all they had and will be back when PWX Returns again.

As of now were looking at January, and when there is an official date it will be posted.
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