Its that time of the week to take a look at some the exciting Indy action that went down. This week's results come from London, Canada, Illinois, and North Carolina. Also; if you have any specific federations you would like me to cover email me and let me know.


Vanguard Wrestling All-Star Alliance presents RESOLUTION 7
January 26th, 2014
Addison, IL


Circuit Championship title defense – 1st defense
Gary Jay def Jordynne Grace to retain


Derek St Holmes def Bolt Brady via submission with the figure 4


Estonian Thunderfrog & Qefka the Quiet def Tripp Cassidy & Ace Perry


Isaias Velazquez def Christian Rose


Dr. Nyhilus Wolfgang w/ Kelevra def Mallaki Matthews

Too Sweet def The Hooligans


VWAA Championship – 1st Defense
“Born To Wrestle” Thomas Sinclair def “Never Say Die” Josh Crane to retain
Crane showed heart & almost had it, but no such luck.


PROGRESS Wrestling “Chapter 11: To Fight War, You Must Become War”
January 26th 2014
Islington, London

*PROGRESS Tag Team Championship Tournament Match: Screw Indy Wrestling (Mark Haskins & Nathan Cruz) b. Dave Mastiff & Stixx

*2014 Natural Progression Series Quarter Final: Flash Morgan Webster b. Josh Bodom
*Noam Dar b. El Ligero

*PROGRESS Tag Team Championship Tournament Match: F.S.U. (Eddie Dennis & Mark Andrews) b. The Swords of Essex (Paul Robinson & Will Ospreay)

*Rampage Brown b. Tommy End

*PROGRESS Championship Match (Special Referee: Marty Scurll): Jimmy Havoc (c) b. Zack Sabre Jr.



Smash Wrestling Presents: Any Given Sunday 2
January 26, 2014
Toronto, Ontario 

Alex Vega def. Brent Banks

Seleziya Sparx def. Veda Scott

Tyson Dux def. Gregory Iron

Matt Cross def. ACH, Kyle O’Reilly & Scotty O’Shea

Sebastian Suave & John Greed def. Christopher Bishop & Lionel Knight

Johnny Gargano def. Michael Elgin

Chris Hero def. AJ Styles



CWF Mid-Atlantic’s Night of Grudge Matches
January 25, 2014
Gibsonville, North Carolina

SMITH GARRETT, CHARLIE WESTON and “THE ASSASSIN” RAY KANDRACK def. JIMMY PARKER and THE KILLBILLIES (ARIC ANDREWS and EVAN BANKS) when Kandrack pinned Banks. After the match Andrews again showed frustration with his partner as Parker reminded Kandrack that the issue between them was not over.


LANCE LUDE def. CHET STERLING via submission with the christo.


Mid-Atlantic Tag-Team Champions RAGE & THE MACHINE (MECHA MERCENARY & MICHAEL MCALLISTER) def. three teams in a Tag-Team Championship Gauntlet to retain the belts. Team # 1 was RUDY LEWIS & MC 123 who the champs dominated in 1:00. Team # 2 was the new combination of BOBBY WOHLFERT & TY TYSON who actually tested the champions more than any other team has in recent months before MCALLISTER hooked the tights of WOHLFERT to steal the pinfall. Team # 3 was CHRIS LEA and AARON BIGGS who were poised to take full advantage of the championship opportunity and had the champions on the ropes until NICK RICHADS & JASON MILLER isolated Biggs and helped MECHA & MCALLISTER retain.


Mid-Atlantic Television Champion CHASE DAKOTA fought BRAD ATTITUDE to a ten minute time limit draw after Attitude’s name was drawn via Dakota’s random lottery. Dakota retains the title by rule and denied the request for “five more minutes” made by the 200+ fans in the Mid-Atlantic Sportatorium.


ZANE DAWSON def. ADAM PAGE to earn a future championship match against PWI Heavyweight Champion “HURRICANE” SHANE HELMS.


“THE 1ST” RIC CONVERSE w/ BRAD ATTITUDE def. WALTER EATON w/ COACH GEMINI, ROY WILKINS and RAY KANDRACK in the final battle between Dynasty and the All-Stars. Attitude tackled Eaton tried to use brass knucks and was then swarmed by the All-Stars. It was CHASE DAKOTA who came to Converse’s aid and KO’d Eaton with his running knee to assist Converse for the win. Dakota however abruptly leave the scene and did not help Attitude who was still being mugged on the floor.


“DANGEROUS E” COREY EDSEL def. MANNY GARCIA in a Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Championship Contender’s Match. Edsel is currently the longest reigning Mid-Atlantic Heavyweight Champion in history at 13 months, 25 days. If current champion ARIK ROYAL holds to the championship through the end of February, he will pass Edsel’s record and after the bout Royal formally accepted Edsel’s challenge for End of an Era 2014 on February 15.


DONNIE DOLLARS def. “THE LOST CAUSE” NICK RICHARDS in a gruesome Dog Collar Match culminating his 10+ month long quest for revenge. Dozens of chairs, a barbed wire baseball bat and thousands of thumbtacks were used in the brutal match which had been designated by CWF officials as their final battle ever to end the feud once and for all.