Posted in: Indy Ft. Valley, GA: AWN results for 6/1/2012
By Sean Cuebas
Jun 1, 2012 - 8:00:00 PM
40 to 45 people in attendance
Kennedy Riley def Dangerous Danny Horne.
Riley was fired up and Horne took it to him with a barrage of chops to his chest. Riley shows real grit and gets a roll up victory on Horne.
Stunt Marshall and Cj Awesome def The New Age Renegades
The New Age Renegades have some serious miscommunication and suffer yet another defeat this time at the hands of Stunt Marshall and the AWN
Internet Heritage Champion CJ Awesome. Bradley knocks Stiles off the apron by accident and the two exchange heated words, however they calm down and leave the ring together.
AJ Steele def Andy Anderson
AJ Steele continued his march to APOCALYPSE and the AWN Heavyweight Championship. On this night he was taking on Andy Anderson, who was making his AWN debut. Anderson looked like old school surfer Sting. The blond crew cut the face paint, the incredible physique but he has a lot of work to do before the comparison is even close. BFF come to ringside and Andrews gets on the mic taunting AJ. The distraction allows Anderson to briefly get some offense going but AJ simply has enough and destroys Anderson with a huge black hole slam. He then calls for a mic and invites BFF back to ring side. The invite is unanswered and AJ reminds us all that he is going to take the AWN Heavyweight Championship from Andrews.
“The Beast” Shane Curtis def Terrell Jackson
I give credit where credit is due. This new kid got in there and didn’t back down from one the baddest men in the AWN. Curtis delivers three HUGE Spinebusters to the rookie and decides that still isn’t enough. Curtis uses Shawn Hunter's backbreaker for the win and sends a clear message to his opponent for APOCALYPSE.
Drew Adler def Neil McGuiness
Neil took his time getting in the ring and pulled out all the stops to stall around and prolong the inevitable. Drew was amused but all business after the initial lock up. Adler hits the Drew Drop for the win. Before he can exit the ring Leon McMichaels enters and congratulates Adler on his win. He says he enjoyed tagging with Drew at the last show and wants to continue their partnership and restore the tag division to its former glory. Drew says that he is focused on singles competition and the Rumble In the Valley,25 man battle royal that will guarantee the winner a title shot at Halloween Hell 7. Drew says one of his goals is to hold the AWN Heavyweight Championship gold. Leon says he also has his eye on that prize and the two shake hands and leave.
AWN Tag Team Championship
Jay Smooth and Isaiah Raines def “Marvelous” Michael Stevens and AWN Heavyweight Champion “Adorable” Anthony Andrews (C)
This was a good match. BFF seemed unimpressed early but soon realized that Smooth and Raines were serious about taking their titles. After a shot with the Wrestler of the Year trophy, Smooth is out of action for a good portion of the match. The end sees Raines make a cover on Stevens and Andrews pulls referee Kyd Daniels out of the ring and lays him out before he can count the three. Mike McCallum comes out to take over but is pulled out and laid out for his trouble. Smooth and Raines take advantage of no referee and lay out Stevens and Andrews with the title belts. As they make the cover, Kennedy Riley comes to ringside. Riley takes McCallum's ref shirt gets in the ring, and makes the huge three count. Winners and new AWN Tag Team Champions..Made Men, Jay Smooth and Isaiah Raines!!