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long awaited update [Feb. 6th, 2008|10:17 am]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
 ok folks here goesssssssss

PWG All Star Weekend 6 Night 1
1/5/08 - Van Nuys, CA
1. PWG World Title Match: Low Ki defeated Bryan Danielson to win the PWG World Title.
2. El Generico defeated Karl Anderson following a Brainbuster.
3. Scorpio Sky defeated Ronin.
4. Joey Ryan and Scott Lost defeated Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black.
5. PWG World Title #1 Contenders Best Of 3 Series Match #1: Jack Evans defeated Roderick Strong following the 630 Splash to take a one to nothing lead in the series, one match to zero.
Intermission
6. Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi defeated Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson.
7. Alex Koslov defeated TJ Perkins.
8. CIMA defeated Susumu Yokosuka.
9. If Hero's Team Wins He Wrestles Tornado On Night 2, If Tornado's Team Wins He Wrestles Larae On Night 2: The Human Tornado, Claudio Castagnoli and Eddie Kingston defeated Chris Hero, The Necro Butcher and Candace LaRae when Kingston pinned Hero following a Backdrop Driver. As a result of their win, The Human Tornado will face Candace LaRare tomorrow night and Hero and Necro Butcher will be barred from ringside.

Notes:
-Attendance looks to be around 400 people.
-Super Dragon isn't there so Low Ki challenged Bryan Danielson for the PWG World Title to open the show. The match went about 20-minutes and was mostly mat-work and MMA-inspired stuff. CIMA will most likely be wrestling Susumu Yokosuka in a singles match-up tonight.
-After his win against Ronin, Scorpio Sky did the classic "make a belt motion around my waist with my hands" taunt. He may challenge Low Ki for the PWG World Title in the future.
-The X-Foundation/D.I.F.H match was said to be really cool with a lot of double team moves. Former WWE World Women's Champion and Playboy Covergirl Candice Michelle is in attendance and wearing a Joey Ryan t-shirt.
-The crowd was quite dead for Perkins/Koslov, but it was a pretty solid match.
-The main event was said to be pretty wild with all 6 people fighting outside in the rain and slipping all over the place. Necro was throwing pebbles at people. LaRae apparently took the stiffest kick ever during the match.

Credit To ADAIRCole at the SoCalUncensored forum for Night 2 results.

PWG All Star Weekend 6 Night 2
1/6/08 - Van Nuys, CA
1. Karl Anderson defeated Alex Koslov via submission.
2. Chris Hero defeated Eddie Kingston with a roll-up.
3. Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black defeated Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson via submission.
4. PWG World Title #1 Contenders Best Of 3 Series Match #2: Roderick Strong defeated Jack Evans to tie the series at one match apiece.
5. Chris Hero And The Necro Butcher Are Barred From Ringside: The Human Tornado defeated Candace LaRae via disqualification after interference from Chris Hero and The Necro Butcher.
6. The Necro Butcher defeated Claudio Castagnoli.
Intermission
7. El Generico defeated Susumu Yokosuka.
8. Joey Ryan and Scott Lost defeated Masato Yoshino and Naruki Doi.
9. Super Dragon defeated TARO.
10. Bryan Danielson and CIMA wrestled to a double-pin draw.

Notes:
-Attendance looks to be around 350 people.

-Anderson and Koslov was a really good match, and both men
looked better than they did on Night 1. Koslov received "Please Come Back" chants after the match.

-Hero vs. Kingston was really hard hitting, which is to be expected, and they started brawling before the bell. Hero appeared to have hurt his knee during the match and it appeared to be cut short. It was said to have been an awesome bout up until the unfortunate ending.

-Jack Evans and Roderick Strong will due battle once again on January 27th to determine the #1 Contender to the PWG World Championship.

-Human Tornado vs. Candace LaRae was said to have been amazing and went from good, clean, family entertainment to seriously uncomfortable to surprisingly competitive and then to totally awesome. The finish came when Tornado attempted to get LaRae to suck his dick, causing Hero and Necro to run out for the save. The match lead into the next bout...

-Castagnoli vs. Necro Butcher was said to have been insane and at one point saw Necro get giant swinged through rows of chairs on the floor.

-Generico/Yokosuka was apparently great and a great way to bring the crowd back into the show following intermission.

-The X-Foundation/Speed Muscle tag match was said to have been good with some nice comedy from Ryan. Jade Chung has apparently been shining all weekend in her role as valet.

-For Super Dragon vs. TARO, the crowd really wanted to see TARO die at the hands of Super Dragon, and while he did, Dragon was a masterful heel, teasing the crowd, denying of violence when they wanted it and being a complete dickhead.

-Two different referees made two different 3 counts in the main event. The finish was said to have come off amazingly well. The actual match was said to be absolutely fantastic with the crowd evenly split between the two athletes.

-After the contest, CIMA announced that Dragon Gate will be running a show in Los Angeles in 2008 and PWG will be running a show in Tokyo, Japan in 2009. 



sorry if this kills your FL now for last shows results

http://www.411mania.com/wrestling/news/67938


found there and next shows lineup

Low Ki has been stripped of the PWG title due to his injury in New Japan, so PWG will be running a 1-night mini-tourney to crown a new champion.

PWG World Title Mini Tourney Finals: Roderick Strong vs. ?? vs. ??? (Strong receives a bye based on his victory over Rocky Romero last show.)
PWG World Title Mini Tourney Round 1: Karl Anderson vs. Austin Aries
PWG World Title Mini Tourney Round 1: Human Tornado vs. Necro Butcher
PWG World Tag Team Title Match: The Dynasty/X-Foundation (Joey Ryan/Scott Lost) (c) vs. Incoherence (Hallowicked/Delirious)
DDT4 Qualifying Round Robin Matches:
The Young Bucks (Matt and Nick Jackson) vs. Ronin and Scorpio Sky
Hook Bomberry and TJ Perkins vs. Los Luchas (Zokre and Phoenix Star)
Candice LeRae vs. Daffney



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update comming soon [Jan. 18th, 2008|10:36 am]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
apologise for slacking off got loads of news soooon
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more allstar weekend card [Nov. 29th, 2007|01:44 pm]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
 Night 1

PWG Champion American Dragon Bryan Danielson vs CIMA
Super Dragon vs Sasumu Yokosuka
The Age of a fall/Do It For Her(jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black) vs The X-foundation/Dynasty(Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
The returning Alex Koslov vs TJ Perkins
Jack Evans vs Roderick Strong
Naruki Doi and Masato Yoshino vs The Young Bucks
Karl "Machine Gun" Anderson vs EL Generico
Ronin vs Scorpio Sky
If hero wins he gets a no dq match with human tornado with claudio and kingston barred form ringside if tornado wins he gets a match with candice larae
Claudio Castignoli ,Eddie Kingston and The Human Tornado vs Chris Hero,Candice LeRae and the Necro Butcher

Night 2

Bryan Danielson vs Roderick Strong
Cima vs Jack Evans
B-boy vs Super dragon in B-Boys last PWG match
Black and Jacobs Vs the Young Bucks
EL Generico vs Sasumu Yokosuka
Possible no dq match Chris Hero vs the human tornado
Naruki Doi and Masat Yoshino vs Joey Ryan and Scott Lost
Karl Anderson vs Alex Koslov
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show results and asw 6 news [Nov. 15th, 2007|12:49 pm]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
Well better late than never heres the recent show results wich will be the last one untill 2008 then theyre comming back with a double header in all star weekend 6

The High Cost of doing buisness

The no shows were Super Dragon and Davey richards

Human Tornados mystery partner turned out to be Eddie Kingston and Heros was Claudio Castignoli castignoli turned on hero

Karl Anderson beat Ronin
-Claudio Castagnoli beat TJ Perkins
-X-Foundation beat The Young Bucks
-Roderick Strong beat El Generico
-Scorpio Sky beat Rocky Romero
-Chris Hero beat Eddie Kingston and Human Tornado after Claudio turns on Hero
-Bryan Danielson beat Jack Evans to keep the PWG World Title


now for asw goodness
http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/ASW6/

Danielson vs CIMA
Joey Ryan and Scott Lost VS Davey Richards and Super dRAGON

NIGHT 2

Danielson vs Roderick Strong
CIMA vs Jack Evans

ill keep you posted when more matches are announced asws are always stacked


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show results news and more [Oct. 31st, 2007|02:15 pm]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig

Hey kids some news for you all sorry im slow due to intermitent net acess im unable to post as regularly as id like but what i think i will do is give one moderators place to mr Johnny_Nitro and he if hes feeling kinda may help me out a little pwg news wise.

anywhoo

bit of sad news first of all its my sad news to report Kevin Steen will be leaving wrestling for an indefinate amount of time (most likley due to injurys) i believe the last time youll get to see him is the next set of ROH shows

now onto the euro show results

firstly jack evans now showed to all of them due to flught problems..im sure he said that the last time

European Vacation II - Night One
26 October, 2007
Studio Jenny - Paris, France

1. Steve Douglas d. Thumbtack Jack

2. Ken'ichiro Arai d. Lupin Matsutani

3. Chris Hero d. Human Tornado

4. Jetta d. Jazzy B

5. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC d. Joey Ryan

6. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match
El Generico & "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen (c) d. Super Dragon & Davey Richards

7. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (c) d. Austin Aries

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European Vacation II - Night Two
27 October, 2007
The Mountbatten Centre - Portsmouth, England

1. Joey Ryan d. Spud

2. Zebra Kid d. Austin Aries

3. The Kartel (Terry Frazier & Sha Samuels) d. Aviv Maayan & L.T. Summers

4. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (c) d. Martin Stone

5. Andy Simmonz d. James Tighe

6. Human Tornado d. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC

7. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match
Super Dragon & Davey Richards d. El Generico & "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen (c)*

* This is Super Dragon & Davey Richards second reign as Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Champions

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European Vacation II - Night Three
28 October, 2007
Musik Palette - Essen, Germany

1. T-Bones (Bad Bones & Thumbtack Jack) d. Ken'ichiro Arai & Lupin Matsutani

2. 4-Man Gauntlet Match
Chris Hero d. Wesley Croton
Chris Hero d. Marc Slater via Submission
Chris Hero NC Steve Douglas (Double Count Out)

3. Human Tornado d. Marc Roudin

4. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
Bryan Danielson (c) d. El Generico

5. Austin Aries d. Emil Sitoci

6. wXW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Ares (c) d. Joey Ryan

7. Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match
Super Dragon & Davey Richards (c) d. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC & "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen

all in all a great set of shows now onto the next shows line up and i have to say it looks stacked


For the PWG World title :Bryan Danielson will defend against Jack Evans
Super Dragon and Davey Richards defend the tag team belts against Joey Ryan and Scott Lost
EL Generico vs Roderick Strong
Chris Hero and a mystery partner vs Human Tornado and a mystery partner
Scorpio Sky and The Young Bucks vs Claudio Castignoli ,TJ Perkins and Rocky Romero
Karl Anderson vs Ronin

this shows name is The High cost of doing buisness

safe to say danielson will bend young jack in half agaion in this match 



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(no subject) [Oct. 18th, 2007|12:52 pm]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
 hey kids long time no update so ill bring the last show results uk show news and anything inbetween


firstly keep your eyes on youtube for a pwg podcast comming soooooon

last show results in quick the name escapes me

Ronin beat Bino Gambino
Scott Lost beat Davey Richards
Scorpio Sky and the Young Bucks beat Los Luchas
Tornado beat Chris Hero
Jack Evans beat El Generico
American Danielson beat Roderick Strong 


Euro trip lineups

Paris show

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship 3-Way Match
El Generico & "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen (c) vs. Super Dragon & Davey Richards vs. Ken'ichiro Arai & Taku Iwasa (Representing Tozawa-juku, Dragon Gate)

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (c) vs. Nigel McGuinness

2007 Battle of Los Angeles Rematch - Series Match 2
"The Prince of Parkland" Jack Evans vs. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC

Austin Aries vs. Joey Ryan

Chris Hero vs. Human Tornado

Plus more matches to be announced!

England

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (c) vs. Martin Stone

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Tag Team Championship Match
El Generico & "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen vs. Super Dragon & Davey Richards

2007 Battle of Los Angeles Rematch - Series Match 3
"The Prince of Parkland" Jack Evans vs. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC

Austin Aries vs. Nigel McGuinness

Joey Ryan vs. Spud

Plus The Kartel (Terry Frazier & Sha Samuels) and much more! 

Germany

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Match
"American Dragon" Bryan Danielson (c) vs. El Generico

4-Way Single Fall Match
"The Prince of Parkland" Jack Evans vs. "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen vs. "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC vs. Super Dragon

Westside Xtreme Wrestling Tag Team Championship Match
Ab-Las (Absolute Andy & Steve Douglas) (c) vs. T-Bones (Thumbtack Jack & Bad Bones)

Plus former Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion Joey Ryan, Nigel McGuinness, Austin Aries, Davey Richards, Tommy End, Ares, and much more! 


Also some random news

Human Tornado Davey Richards  and Joey Ryan all advanced in the Ted petty invitational as did pwg regular Claudio Castignoli who made it to the finals

also this weekend many pwg stars will be involved in the roh shows wouldnt expect all of these guys to become regulars

on the 20th rocky romero will fave TJ Perkins

Chris hero will face Karl Anderson

also to appear Tony Kozina and human tornado

on the 21st

Davey Richards and Rocky Romero will face TJ Perkins and Tony Kozina
Adam Pearce will face Karl Anderson
Chris Hero will face Human Tornado





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night 2 and 3 results [Sep. 3rd, 2007|10:13 am]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
PWG Battle Of Los Angeles 2007 Night 2
9/1/07 - Burbank, CA
1. Ronin and TJ Perkins defeated Karl Anderson and Bino Gambino when Ronin pinned Gambino following a Death Valley Driver.
2. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: CIMA defeated The Human Tornado following interference from Candace LaRae to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament. Post-match, Tornado hit LaRae with 2 Dat n**** Deads and then locks her in the Crippler Crossface. Chris Hero comes out through the crowd for the save and brawls with Tornado.
3. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: SHINO defeated Scott Lost to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
4. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Necro Butcher defeated Kevin Steen with an Oklahoma Roll to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
Intermission
5. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Nigel McGuinness defeated Davey Richards following the Jawbreaker Lariat to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
6. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: El Generico defeated Tony Kozina following a Brainbuster to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
7. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Dragon Kid defeated Susumu Yokosuka with the Dragon Rana to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament. 

PWG Battle Of Los Angeles 2007 Night 3
9/2/07 - Burbank, CA
1. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: Roderick Strong defeated Joey Ryan via submission with the Stronghold to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
2. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: Alex Shelley defeated Matt Sydal following It Came From Japan to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
3. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: PAC defeated Claudio Castagnoli following the Corkscrew Shooting Star Press to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
4. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: CIMA defeated SHINGO with the fanciest roll-up ever to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
5. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: Nigel McGuinness defeated Necro Butcher following the Jawbreaker Lariat to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
6. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Quarter-Finals: El Generico defeated Dragon Kid following the Turnbuckle Brainbuster to advance to the Semi-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
Intermission
7. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Semi-Finals: Roderick Strong defeated Alex Shelley following the Gibson Driver to advance to the Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
8. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Semi-Finals: CIMA defeated PAC following an Avalanche Schwein to advance to the Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
9. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Semi-Finals: El Generico defated Nigel McGuinness with a school boy roll-up after ducking the Jawbreaker Lariat to advance to the Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
10. Chris Hero, Kevin Steen, Tyler Black, Doug Williams, Susumu Yokosuka and Jack Evans defeated Austin Aries, Jimmy Rave, The Human Tornado, Scott Lost, Davey Richards and Karl Anderson when Hero pinned Tornado with a backslide.
11. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament Finals, Three Way Dance: CIMA defeated Roderick Strong and El Generico to become the 2007 Battle Of Los Angeles Champion.
a) CIMA eliminated El Generico following a Brainbuster and the Schwein.
b) CIMA eliminated Roderick Strong following the Crossfire.
Post-match, Bryan Danielson presents CIMA with the trophy and challenges him. CIMA says to fight right then and there, but then reconsiders and agrees to fight Bryan when he is at 100%. He then cuts a hard to understand promo putting over PWG and leading the crowd in a PWG chant.

 
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night one results [Sep. 1st, 2007|12:21 pm]
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incrediblecwaig
PWG Battle Of Los Angeles 2007 Night 1
8/31/07 - Burbank, CA
-Bryan Danielson cut a promo stating he will defend the PWG World Title against the winner of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament at the next show. The 24 competitors in the tournament came out for a photo-op.
1. Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson defeated Phoenix Star and Zokre.
2. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Joey Ryan defeated Chris Hero via Reverse Decision to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament. Hero originally had the match won following the Hero's Welcome, but the referee saw brass knuckles on Hero's hand (which were never used by Hero and interjected into the match by Scott Lost) when raising his hand, resulting in him reversing his original decision.
3. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Roderick Strong defeated Austin Aries with a small package to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
4. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Matt Sydal defeated Jimmy Rave with the Shooting Sydal Press to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
5. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Alex Shelley defeated Tyler Black with the Shiranui to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
Intermission
6. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: Claudio Castagnoli defeated Doug Williams with a powerbomb out of a roll-up sequence to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
7. Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament First Round: PAC defeated Jack Evans with the Twisting Shooting Star Press to advance to the Quarter-Finals of the Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament.
8. PWG World Tag Team Title Match: Kevin Steen and El Generico defeated Susumu Yokosuka and Dragon Kid following a Package Piledriver/Brainbuster Combo to retain the PWG World Tag Team Titles. 

 
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more BOLA changes [Aug. 30th, 2007|12:57 pm]
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incrediblecwaig

2007 Battle of Los Angeles Takes Place August 31, September 1 & 2

Updates:

August 29 Update 2 - Earlier today, we announced that Tony Kozina would be taking the place of PWG World Champion "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles tournament. Danielson was injured this past weekend, and had eye surgery on Monday to repair a detached retina which will keep him out of action for 4 to 6 weeks. After news of Danielson's injury spread, we were contacted by an old friend of PWG who was interested in competing in the tournament. In fact, this individual stated "You can't have a tournament with the best in the world without me." While we were inclined to agree with the statement, some things were just not meant to be. That is, until earlier today. We're not sure how it happened, whether the stars aligned, the tides were just right, or he found out his Burning Man tickets were counterfeit, but for one weekend only, Alex Shelley will return to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.

With Tony Kozina taking the place of Bryan Danielson, that brought the tournament field back to 24 participants, so it would seem that Alex Shelley is without a place in the tournament. However, since PWG has been presented with this unique opportunity, after much internal discussion, we have decided to make the most of it. In his preparation for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, Super Dragon has decided that he is not 100% ready to return to the ring, and would therefore forfeit his place in the tournament. With Super Dragon stepping aside, that allows Alex Shelley a chance to compete in the tournament and prove that he truly is the best in the world. Taking Super Dragon's place in the C Block, and facing PWG World Tag Team Champion El Generico on Night 2 of the tournament will be Tony Kozina. Taking Kozina's place on Night 1 of the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, Alex Shelley will now be taking on Tyler Black.

We hope you fans will agree that the addition of Alex Shelley, as well as the new tournament match ups only strengthen the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles as a whole, and will join us on all three nights this weekend. Remember, you have less than 24 hours left to pre-purchase your tickets and guarantee yourself a seat for what will undoubtedly be a tremendous weekend of professional wrestling.

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August 29 - If you ask Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson what the last thing he remembers from this past Saturday night is, he might tell you that before everything went black, he saw the biggest, angriest, shirtless young Japanese girl charging directly at him. And then there was nothing. And then there was something, but it was blurry; and unfortunately, therein lies the problem. In a match this past weekend with Japanese superstar Takeshi Morishima, Bryan Danielson suffered injuries, which include a small fracture of his orbital bone and a detached retina, that will prevent him from competing in PWG's 2007 Battle of Los Angeles tournament, taking place August 31 - September 2, 2007. Bryan Danielson did receive treatment for his injuries, including outpatient surgery to repair his detached retina, but due to the severity of the injuries, he has been advised to take 4 to 6 weeks off to let his injuries heal properly. As much as we wish the PWG World Champion could participate in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, we understand that the health of our wrestlers is paramount, and we wish Bryan Danielson a full and speedy recovery. Though if he does feel like wrestling this weekend, I'm sure we can prepare a waiver or something.

With the PWG World Champion out of action, the question of who will take his place in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles has been generating quite a bit of discussion and speculation. That speculation can end right now, because taking the place of "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson will be fellow Pacific Northwest native Tony Kozina. Since making his return to PWG earlier this year, Kozina has impressed fans and PWG management alike with his "whatever it takes" attitude and drive to win, making him a perfect fit for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles tournament. However, Tony Kozina will need more than sheer force of will to win the tournament, since he takes Bryan Danielson's place in the A Block. Moving to the A Block to face Kozina on Night 1 is young up and comer Tyler Black. Danielson's original opponent, "The Anarchist" Doug Williams, moves to the B Block, and now faces "The Most Money Making Man In Professional Wrestling" Claudio Castagnoli in the first round of the tournament. While Tony Kozina is a veteran of multiple tournaments, never before has he faced such a diverse field, and now he, along with 23 of the best professional wrestlers from around the world, will vie for the same prize, the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles trophy.

If you haven't pre-purchased tickets for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, now is your last chance! Online ticket sales will end Thursday, August 30 at 12:00PM, and after that, the only way to get tickets is at the door on the day of the shows. Front and Second Row tickets are sold out for all three nights, but a few great Third Row seats, as well as General Admission, are still available, and eligible for the Three Night Pass. Remember, if you pre-purchase your tickets online, you will be allowed in to the building prior to those fans buying their tickets on the day of the shows. Tickets are going quickly, so if you want to be as close to the action in the ring as possible, visit the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles mini-site to order your tickets now!

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla's "2007 Battle of Los Angeles" takes place at the Burbank Armory on Friday, August 31, 2007, at 8:00 PM; Saturday, September 1, 2007, at 8:00 PM; and Sunday, September 2, 2007, at 8:00 PM. The Burbank Armory is located at 3800 W. Valhalla Dr., Burbank, CA, 91505. Tickets are available for purchase online at the Pro Wrestling Guerrilla 2007 Battle of Los Angeles mini-site. Tickets purchased online will be available for pickup at the Will Call window on the day of the show. Please make sure your billing information is up to date. Please note our ticketing agent, EventBrite, does assess a 2.5% service charge, with a $0.99 minimum, for each ticket purchased online. Card subject to change.

Block A
Chris Hero vs. Joey Ryan
Austin Aries vs. Roderick Strong
Jimmy Rave vs. Matt Sydal
Tyler Black vs. Alex Shelley

Block B
CIMA vs. Human Tornado
Shingo vs. Scott Lost
Doug Williams vs. Claudio Castagnoli
PAC vs. Jack Evans

Block C
Nigel McGuinness vs. Davey Richards
Necro Butcher vs. Kevin Steen
Dragon Kid vs. Susumu Yokosuka
Tony Kozina vs. El Generico

ok come on people predictions?

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chris bosh quits wrestling [Aug. 28th, 2007|11:22 am]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
yes this is sad news so theres changes to Bola

Austin Aries will now face Roderick Strong
Kevin steen will now face Necro Butcher
Nigel Mc Guiness will face Davey Richards

Also on One of the nights at BOLA Kevin Steen and EL Generico will defend theyre tag belts against Dragon Kid and Susumu Yokosuka

Lots to update on the uk shows also

In France we get

Jack Evans Vs PAC
Austin Aries vs Joey Ryan

also appearing are EL Generico Kevin Steen Bryan Danielson Super Dragon Nigel Mc Guiness The Human Tornado and Daavey Richards

In England

We get 

Austin Aries vs Nigel Mc Guiness
Pac vs Kevin Steel

Also appearing EL Generico Kevin Steen Bryan Danielson Super Dragon Nigel Mc Guiness The Human Tornado Davey Richards The Kartel Spud and Martin Stone

IN Germany we get

Austin Aries vs Murat Bospurass

Jackl Evans vs Pac vs Kevin Steen vs Jack Evans

also appearing everyone form the other shows plus bad bones  Ares and Tommy End
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Lots of news delayed due to my moving [Aug. 1st, 2007|10:39 am]
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more bola matches [Jul. 16th, 2007|10:12 am]
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incrediblecwaig
Block A
Chris Hero vs. Joey Ryan
Chris Bosh vs. Roderick Strong
Jimmy Rave vs. Matt Sydal
Bryan Danielson vs. Doug Williams

Block B
CIMA vs. Human Tornado
Shingo vs. Scott Lost

Block C
Nigel McGuinness vs. Rocky Romero
Davey Richards vs. Kevin Steen
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Human Tornado advances [Jul. 15th, 2007|07:41 pm]
PWG FANS
incrediblecwaig
Ye s people Human tornado advanced in last nights best of the best tournament beating Ruckus only to lose in a 4 way to Joker wich also featured Ricky Reyes and Vortex.

Also Former PWG regular B-boy was involved in said tournament beating Up In Smokes Cheech also winning a 4 way beating Ricochet Jigsaw and Brandon Thomisili but losing out in the final to Joker.

More PWG stars have been busy this weekend..Kevin Steen wrestled for his hometown fed the IWS (wich is well worth checking out) beating longtime rival Damian.

Later that shgow Steen booked a huge main event for a future IWS show featuring Kevin Steen ,EL Generico (also a regular here) Franky The Mobster Damian and Viking vs PCO(formally of wwf qubeckers fame) Brick Crawford jake Matthews and 2.0

Alsooo finnally Davey Richards Rocky Romero Bryan Danielson and more will be in japan for a Noah/ROH tour..i believe some of them a re already there

anyways thats all your random PWG news for now
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more-a bol-a [Jul. 13th, 2007|04:10 pm]
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incrediblecwaig
Block A
Chris Hero vs. Joey Ryan
Chris Bosh vs. Roderick Strong
Jimmy Rave vs. Matt Sydal

Block B
CIMA vs. Human Tornado
Shingo vs. Scott Lost

Block C
Nigel McGuinness vs. Rocky Romero
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more matches..fo yo snatches [Jul. 12th, 2007|11:13 am]
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First Round Matches:

Block A
Chris Hero vs. Joey Ryan
Chris Bosh vs. Roderick Strong

Block B
CIMA vs. Human Tornado
Shingo vs. Scott Lost
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update o rama [Jul. 11th, 2007|09:51 pm]
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i know im being lazy but im moving soon so that takes prioroty

PWG Presents "Giant-Size Annual #4" on Sunday, July 29!
By Silverback, PWG Staff Writer

Ventucopa, CA - As Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com) enters the month of July and celebrates its fourth anniversary, it's easy to think back upon what has transpired to bring PWG to this point. Too easy, in fact, which is why we are looking to the future. But not at the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, that's too far into the future. No, we are looking forward just far enough to see July 29, 2007, when at the Burbank Armory, shockingly located in Burbank, California, PWG will celebrate our fourth anniversary with "Giant-Size Annual #4!"

What kind of show is big enough to be named "Giant-Size?" You'll be glad you asked, because scheduled to take place on Sunday, July 29 at 5:00PM is:

PWG World Championship Match
El Generico (c) vs. "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson

– To tell the story of this match, we will have to look to the past, which is what we weren't going to do, but this wouldn't be very interesting and we wouldn't have a lot to talk about if it weren't for the past. Last month at "Roger Dorn Night," Bryan Danielson was slated to challenge El Generico for the PWG World Championship in a singles match until Davey Richards and "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen backed PWG Commissioner of Wrestling Dino Winwood into a corner, demanding their own shots at the belt. Commissioner Winwood relented, granting Richards & Steen a shot at the title in the form of a 4-Way Match with El Generico and Bryan Danielson, which PWG Champ El Generico went on to win.

This did not sit well with PWG Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur who, at the time, was away on international beverage business, touring a Horchata factory in Mexico, and insisted that Danielson receive a fair shot at the title. That is why on July 29 at "Giant-Size Annual #4" El Generico will once again put the PWG World Championship on the line against Bryan Danielson, but this time there will be no outside factors in play. One on one, mano-a-mano, may the best man win.

And drink his fill of Horchata, no matter his ethnic origin, in celebration of a hard fought victory.

PWG World Tag Team Championship Match - Best 2 out of 3 Falls
"The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC & Roderick Strong (c) vs. The Briscoe Brothers (Jay & Mark Briscoe)

– Once again, we are forced to look at the not-too-distant past to learn the story of this budding rivalry, and this important title match. At PWG's DDT4 in May, Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur picked the Briscoe Brothers as the first team to be entered in the tournament, and forsaking neutrality, his favorites to win. Excalibur would later attempt to enter the team of Davey Richards & Roderick Strong in the tournament as well, but was first flatly rejected by Richards, and then by Jack Evans, who was to replace Richards. Writing Roderick Strong off as a pariah, Excalibur gave Dino Winwood control of the team, and in what turned out to be a brilliant strategic move, Winwood brought in PAC to team with Roderick Strong.

PAC & Strong were a true dark horse team if there ever was one. In a tournament filled with experienced tag teams, these two men had barely spoken to one another before, let alone teamed together. But they made the most out of the opportunity, growing as a team over the course of the tournament and most importantly, winning matches, ultimately defeating the Briscoe Brothers in the tournament finals. Then last month at "Roger Dorn Night," the Havana Pitbulls received a shot at PAC & Strong's newly won titles, which Excalibur considered to be a "gross oversight." Remarking that the Pitbulls were defeated by the Briscoes in the DDT4 semi-finals, but the Pitbulls were still first in line for a title shot was "inconceivable," Excalibur harassed Dino Winwood with a series of off-hour (read: 3AM-6AM) phone calls demanding that the Briscoe Brothers receive their fair shot.

With no love loss between Winwood and the Bricoes, it was a tough decision to make, but ultimately Dino sided with his need to sleep, granting the Bricoes a shot at the title, and to leave no doubt which is the better team, a best 2 out of 3 falls match. This strategy may stop the late night phone calls for now, but will it be any better if the late night harassing is replaced with gloating?

Unsanctioned Street Fight For Scorpio Sky's Reinstatement
Joey Ryan vs. Scorpio Sky

– We must, yet again, return to the past, this time at "Roger Dorn Night," where the rivalry between Joey Ryan and Scorpio Sky came to ahead. In the months since Scorpio Sky's banishment from PWG, Joey Ryan has done many things to help fill the void left by Sky in The Dynasty. First, he trotted out a fake Scorpio Sky, not even attempting to fool the fans or management that this was the same man who was an integral part of The Dynasty's roster, hoping just to capitalize on the name. Then, he brought Karl Anderson into the fold, stating privately that Anderson was better than Sky could ever wish to be, though it is unclear if that is in the wrestling or friendship department. Each move only served to anger Sky further, until finally he was pushed past his breaking point and, posing as a fan, attacked Joey Ryan. This is when PWG Commissioner Dino Winwood intervened, saying that he wished he could let his friend Sky back into PWG, but rules are rules, and Sky was out.

Unless, that is, Scorpio Sky were to defeat a former PWG Champion at a PWG event, then consideration could be given to Sky's reinstatement since he has proven himself a worthy competitor to a man that formerly held PWG's highest individual title. But if he isn't allowed to compete on PWG shows, how could this happen? What if at a PWG show, during "intermission," a fight were to break out, and a PWG referee, on his way to the restroom, were to witness the fight and declare a winner, but it wouldn't actually count as a match, since it happened during "intermission?" Then Scorpio Sky could face Joey Ryan during a PWG event, get a shot at reinstatement, and prove himself a worthy competitor to a man who formerly held PWG's highest individual title.

When reached for comment, Joey Ryan had nothing to stay, instead referring to Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur's comments; "How can an unofficial match have bearing on the decision of a governing body in this promotion? It's ludicrous! Dino Winwood is drunk with power! Though if such a "fight" were to happen, I would hate to see what The Dynasty would do to a "fan" who laid his hands on Joey Ryan. Strike that, I would love to see what happens. But make sure Sky signs a waiver first."

The Butcher Is Back! Non-Unsanctioned Street Fight
"Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen vs. Necro Butcher

– What happens if you speak out against PWG management in public? You are asked politely not to. What happens if you continue to do so? Kevin Steen is about to find out. If we were to look into the past, well before PWG was created, to the days of medieval Europe, and imagine PWG as a fiefdom, and Kevin Steen as a vassal, the solution to this problem would be simple. Kevin Steen would be stuffed into a wooden barrel and rolled down a hill. On fire. The barrel, not him. But times have changed, and the ruling class is much more civil that they were in those times. That is why both Excalibur and Dino Winwood agreed that if Kevin Steen were to be taught a lesson, the Commissioners were not the men to do it. Hence, the PWG return of Necro Butcher, who may not bring any flaming barrels with him (they're against TSA regulations), but he will be bringing plenty of fight directly to "Mr. Wrestling."

Another "Giant-Size" Return!
Austin Aries vs. Rocky "Azucar" Romero

– When Austin Aries last appeared in PWG, it was in the second round of the 2006 Battle of Los Angeles, making it further than half of the people entered, where he was derailed by eventual tournament winner Davey Richards. This is why when the newly liberated star asked PWG management for a chance to prove he hasn't lost a step since the last time he appeared in PWG, the management was more than oblige. Though as always seems to be the case in PWG, it won't be easy for Aries, because standing across the ring will be Rocky Romero, who by all accounts is still bitter about not being one half of the PWG World Tag Team Champions. It's a tough road ahead of Austin Aries, but from this point on his successes and failures depend more on his ability to win matches than anything else.

Third PWG Return Match!
Fergal Devitt vs. Davey Richards

– Since making his PWG debut in 2005, Davey Richards has seen quite a few people come and go while he has been able to stick around, but one face he never thought he'd see again was Fergal Devitt's. Devitt appeared in PWG only once in early 2006, and was on the losing side of a six-man match, but since then his career has taken an upswing. In Japan, where he is known as Prince Devitt, Fergal joined the New Japan dojo, he worked his way up the ladder to earn a spot in the 2007 Best of the Super Junior tournament. Unfortunately for him, his tournament was cut short by injury, but now that he is healed, Devitt is looking for a way to prove himself yet again. And what better way than to defeat the man who won the 2006 Battle of Los Angeles in single competition? Devitt may have hopes of impressing his teachers at the dojo with a victory in PWG, but Davey Richards wants to have momentum going into the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, and if that means breaking Devitt's other knee, then that's exactly what he'll do.

Human Tornado (w/ Candice LeRae) vs. Tony Kozina

– Last month at "Roger Dorn Night," Tony Kozina made his return to PWG after an extended tour of the Southeast United States, and though he was defeated, he turned a lot of heads with the lengths he was willing to go to win. That dedication to winning ended up costing Kozina the match, and very nearly ended his career, but it did earn him an invitation back to PWG. And after all, that's what is important in life, not full usage of all of your limbs. Another person who also very nearly ended up in a wheelchair at "Roger Dorn Night" was Candice LeRae. Finally seeming to take steps toward freeing herself from Human Tornado, Candice underestimated the resilience of Tornado, and unfortunately for her, was forced to pay the price. Now that Tornado has once again restored order to his stable, he has turned his focus back to the ring, where Tony Kozina is waiting. Waiting not only for Human Tornado, but waiting to beat him in a way that will make Tony Kozina's stock skyrocket in PWG.

The Dynasty (Karl "Machine Gun" Anderson, "Photogenic" Chris Bosh, & "The Professional" Scott Lost) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt "Mr. Instant Replay" Jackson & "Slick" Nick Jackson) & TJ Perkins

– After very nearly missing their match at "Roger Dorn Night" due to flight delays, Chris Bosh and Scott Lost very nearly lost their pride as well at the hands of The Young Bucks. The debuting brothers turned a lot of heads with their agility and will to win, but at the end of the day, it seemed like Arrogance's experience is what gave them the win. This time, the Bucks have joined forces with "The Youngest Old Timer In Wrestling" TJ Perkins, who despite being only a year or so older than the brothers, he has roughly five more years of experience than they do. Will Perkins be able to unite the brothers and work together like a well oiled machine, or will the unified front of Arrogance and the "Machine Gun" prove to be too much for the youngsters?

Plus Ronin, Top Gun Talwar, PWG Commissioner of Food & Beverage Excalibur, Commissioner of Wrestling Dino Winwood, and more!

Also on July 29, 2007 at "Giant-Size Annual #4," it will be your first opportunity to buy tickets for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles! Seating and price information will be announced soon. 



annnnndddddd first Bola matches more to be announced tonight

Night one

Chris Hero vs Joey Ryan

Night 2

Cima vs The Human Tornado
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final 4 [Jun. 29th, 2007|08:30 am]
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21 - Super Dragon - Plagued by injuries for the last year, Super Dragon was to make his triumphant return to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla at DDT4, where along with Davey Richards, he expected to regain the PWG World Tag Team titles. However, only Super Dragon and his doctor knew the extent of his injuries, and at DDT4, Super Dragon not only was unable to reclaim the titles, but re-injured his ankle in the process. Now with months of recuperation ahead of him, Super Dragon has the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles to motivate him on his road to recovery. Motivation not just for the prestige of winning the annual tournament, but to also repair his damaged reputation as the most dominant force in PWG.

22 - Rocky "Azucar" Romero - One of the few men in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles to compete in both previous tournaments, Rocky Romero has used the past to shape his future as a professional wrestler. Already showing willingness to learn from his mistakes, Romero avenged his first round loss in 2006 by defeating Roderick Strong in singles competition earlier this year. Now heading into the 2007 tournament, Rocky Romero is more focused than ever on making up for past mistakes, and he is ready to make anyone he faces find out first hand.

23 - Nigel McGuinness - The twenty-third entrant in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, and the final man making his PWG debut during the tournament, Nigel McGuinness seems to be tailor made for winning this tournament. McGuinness was crowned the King of Europe earlier this year, in a tournament where he beat out seven other 2007 Battle of Los Angeles competitors, including fellow Englishman Doug Williams in the final round. Combine that with his brutal encounters with Bryan Danielson, and experience wrestling at least one third of the other 2007 Battle of Los Angeles competitors, Nigel McGuinness seems like an early favorite without ever having set foot in a PWG ring. However, the twenty-three other competitors direct your attention to the words of Flava Flav, from a hit single by Public Enemy in 1988.

24 - CIMA - The final competitor to be announced for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles shocked fans and wrestlers alike when in his PWG debut he made it all the way to the final round of the 2006 Battle of Los Angeles before being defeated by Davey Richards. Looking to repeat his success this year, CIMA has preparing by bringing some fellow 2007 Battle of Los Angeles competitors to Japan in order to scout them and have first hand experience wrestling them prior to this year's tournament. However, the move may backfire on the ace of Dragon Gate, because for as good as CIMA's research may be, El Generico, PAC, Jack Evans, or Matt Sydal's may be better.

hoped b-oy or quicksilver would be in this  ohwell
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4 more names [Jun. 28th, 2007|11:29 pm]
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17 - "Double C" Claudio Castagnoli - The other half of the tag team known as the "Kings of Wrestling," Claudio Castagnoli is the seventeenth entrant in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles. After a first round loss in 2006's tournament, Claudio admitted he was unprepared for the quickness of Jack Evans last year. But there is a reason why he is the "Most Money Making Man In Professional Wrestling," and he has used the time since tournament to train extensively, in preparation for virtually any opponent. Will "Double C's" commitment to excellence be enough for him to bring the trophy home to Switzerland this September?

18 - SHINGO - After spending time in the United States on a learning excursion, SHINGO returned to Japan earlier this year and quickly took Dragon Gate by storm. Already bored with the level of competition in Japan, SHINGO is intent on returning to America to prove that he is no longer a student, but a master of professional wrestling. Though the reputation of an international top talent is tough to earn, as the eighteenth competitor in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles, SHINGO definitely will have the opportunity.

19 - "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen - A veteran of both previous Battle of Los Angeles tournaments, former PWG World Champion "Mr. Wrestling" Kevin Steen has been unable to advance past the second round on each occasion. But to hear him tell it, 2007 is Kevin Steen's year, and the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles is his for the taking. Though sheer force of will can only get you so far, "Mr. Wrestling" is hoping that combined with his three A's (Ability, Agility, and Awesomeness), force of will is going to be enough to propel him into the finals, and beyond.

20 - "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson - Making it to the semi-finals in 2005, "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson was sidelined by an injury which prevented him from competing in the Battle of Los Angeles tournament in 2006. However, the past matters little to Danielson, as he is more prepared than ever to prove he deserves the title of "World's Greatest" by winning the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles. Though there will be twenty-three others in the tournament, Danielson is nonplussed, seeing them as merely stepping stones on his path to glory. But what happens if he is matched up with someone like CIMA, who little over a month ago took Danielson to a thirty minute time limit draw? He may not care about the other wrestlers, but the clock may prove to be Bryan Danielson's worst enemy in the tournament. 



kinda expected Claudio and Steen though Danielsons a pleasent suprise as is Shingo...i just ask the boys at PWG leave super dragon out of the tourney
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2 new names added [Jun. 27th, 2007|07:58 pm]
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5 - Matt Sydal - A veteran of last year's tournament, Matt Sydal is intent on having a better showing in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles than he did in 2006. Due to a hectic travel schedule, Sydal arrived in Los Angeles mere hours before the tournament began, and was caught off guard by the high level of competition he faced. These factors contributed to a first round loss for Sydal, something he does not wish to repeat again. This year, Sydal is scheduled to arrive in Los Angeles a few days prior to the tournament, ensuring he is wrestling at peak physical and mental condition.

16 - "The Professional" Scott Lost - The sixteenth entrant in the tournament is another man making his second Battle of Los Angeles appearance, and he is also another man committed to making it past the first round. Scott Lost is known primarily for his tag team wrestling in PWG, but he hopes that the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles will be his opportunity to repeat what his tag team partner Chris Bosh did in 2005. However, with an expanded field, all three PWG World Champions, and both previous Battle of Los Angeles winners in the tournament, Scott Lost may be in for the toughest weekend of his life if he expects to win this year's tournament.

 

 

8 more spots to go who would you all like to see in BOLA?

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3 more to the list for bola [Jun. 25th, 2007|04:42 pm]
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12 - "The Man That Gravity Forgot" PAC
13 - Roderick Strong
14 - El Generico - The next three entrants into the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles tournament are already familiar with fans of PWG, and fans of professional wrestling around the world. Together, PAC, Roderick Strong, and El Generico make up the three current champions in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, and for the first time ever, they will all be entered in the Battle of Los Angeles tournament. That is, if they are still champions after July 29 at PWG's Fourth Anniversary show. All three men were given the option of not competing, and defending their titles in non-tournament matches over the Battle of Los Angeles weekend, but all three competitors declined. When asked why, they each stated that even though holding their title in PWG is a huge honor, being able to win the Battle of Los Angeles is something else entirely. Because the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles is about winning the tournament and not capturing the titles (for that weekend, at least), it was determined that none of the belts would be on the line in tournament bouts. So with all three men sharing titles along with the same sentiments, the twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth competitors in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles are PWG World Tag Team Champions PAC, Roderick Strong, and PWG World Champion El Generico.

With over half of the field of 24 announced, anticipation for the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles is steadily rising. Check back here Wednesday, June 27, 2007 for the announcement of the next competitor in the 2007 Battle of Los Angeles.


now i dont see the point in them putting heyre current champion in this im thinking its due to not having the tna guys

on a simmilar note Human Tornado will be part of czw bwst of the best and this years ted petty invitational
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