Results – IWA in Waverley, OH – 6/09/12
After kicking off the day with one great show, the International Wrestling Alliance made it’s way to Waverely, OH for a second awesome show on Saturday June 9, 2012. If you missed it, here’s what went down…
The event saw Commissioner Jackie Hyde start the show by threatening Charlie Brown that if he did not win tonight he would be fired. Jackie said he could pick ANYONE in the IWA, to which Charlie asked, “I can pick Angel? The girl photgrapher Jessica? ANYONE?” Jackie confirmed that Charlie could pick ANY current IWA employee. He picked…Bobby Watson!
Bobby came out and said he couldn’t wrestle due to lack of ring gear and preparedness. Jackie said the match was made for Waverly, and she didn’t care if Bobby wrestled in street clothes or nothing.
- The first match saw “Wild” Bull Miller pin the “Thrillbilly” Willy Ray.
- The next match-up pitted “Mad Dog” Buzz Sawyer Jr. & Storm against the unlikely duo of Demolition Ax & Zac Gowen. Bobby Watson left Mad Dog on his own citing, “getting ready for his match”. Demolition Ax & Zac Gowen came out on top in this one when Storm tagged out to “go eat his food at the bar”, and Ax and Zac pinned “Mad Dog”.
- “Beautiful” Bobby Watson and Charlie Brown fought tooth and nail, with The Beautiful One surprising a lot of people by taking a beating and still standing, dishing it back to Charlie Brown. The end result saw BOTH men counted out, which didn’t sit well with Jackie Hyde so she said that in July at The Backstage.. Red, White, And Bruised.. Bobby Watson and Charlie Brown will go at it once again…inside the Steel Cage!
Bobby Watson tried to argue, but felt a Backstabber from Charlie Brown, who left grinning with Watson unconscious in the ring.
- Calling themselves the “Painted Nation” Rage, and his new tag team partner Raptor, accompanied by Serenity Star defeated Elliot Whitescarver and “The Epic” B.D. Fields.
- In the Main Event, Rok Wyler once again defeated Derek Flynt to retain the IWA Heavyweight Championship in a brutal and hard-fought match.