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Main Event
Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Fro Sure versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus w/ Jeffrey Aroma

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder versus “The Evolution” Primus Allen w/ Lisa Bowen

Tag Team Match
Grudge Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The Devil’s Rejects [Dewes and Tully] versus The Diaz Cousins

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Bad, Bad” Lenny Brown versus Lil Henry

Opening Match
Tag Team Contest
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit
American Elemental II & Elemental IV versus The 937lb Express

But, I have to say...

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I looked at the card for Summer Spectacular '19. I was pretty pleased with it and where we were going.
...this is a suspiciously short preview from Oxford (or you idk).
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Rocky Mountain Wrestling Presents: Summer Spectacular ‘19
Saturday, Week 4, June 2019
Live from the Oxford Arena, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Available On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Fro Sure versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus w/ Jeffrey Aroma

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder versus “The Evolution” Primus Allen w/ Lisa Bowen

Tag Team Match
Grudge Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The Devil’s Rejects [Dewes and Tully] versus The Diaz Cousins

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Bad, Bad” Lenny Brown versus Lil Henry

Opening Match
Tag Team Contest
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit
American Elemental II & Elemental IV versus The 937lb Express
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Main Event
Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Championship
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Fro Sure versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus w/ Jeffrey Aroma

RIley McManus will always be our champion.

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder versus “The Evolution” Primus Allen w/ Lisa Bowen

Tag Team Match
Grudge Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The Devil’s Rejects [Dewes and Tully] versus The Diaz Cousins

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
“Bad, Bad” Lenny Brown versus Lil Henry

Opening Match
Tag Team Contest
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit
American Elemental II & Elemental IV versus The 937lb Express
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Summer Spectacular ‘19
Saturday, Week 4, June 2019
Live from the Oxford Arena, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Available On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Opening Match
Tag Team Contest
Twenty Five Minute Time Limit
vs.
American Elemental II & Elemental IV versus The 937lb Express

In a poor match, The 937lb Express defeated American Elemental II and Elemental IV in 6:47 when Ox Mastadon defeated American Elemental II by pinfall with a Ten Ton Splash. D-

Singles Match
Twenty-Five Minute Time Limit
vs.
“Bad, Bad” Lenny Brown versus Lil Henry

In a decent match, Lenny Brown defeated Lil Henry in 9:40 by pinfall with The Star Treatment. C-

Tag Team Match
Grudge Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
vs.
The Devil’s Rejects [Dewes and Tully] versus The Diaz Cousins

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, The Diaz Cousins defeated Brett Dewes and Louis Tully in 15:35 when Logan Diaz defeated Brett Dewes by pinfall with a Belly To Belly Suplex.

Logan Diaz carried the match in terms of in-ring performance. C.


Clyde Puder cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Primus Allen. B+

Semi Main Event
Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
“The Hillbilly Hammer” Clyde Puder versus “The Evolution” Primus Allen w/ Lisa Bowen

In a bout that had good wrestling and a decent reaction from the crowd, Primus Allen defeated Clyde Puder in 17:52 by pinfall with a Running Powerslam after Lisa Bowen interfered. C+


Riley McManus cuts a promo hyping up his upcoming match with Fro Sure. C+

Main Event

Sixty Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
Fro Sure versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus w/ Jeffrey Aroma

In a decent match, Riley McManus defeated Fro Sure in 22:56 by pinfall with a Slingshot Suplex. Riley McManus makes defence number 3 of his Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Championship title. C.

Overall: This show raised our popularity. C.
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He adjusted the fan over his bed. He wanted it to be extra cool tonight. The air conditioner was running full blast. He had showered. He had an ice pack on his shoulder and one on each knee. He was thirty-two years old. Twelve years as a professional. Since 2016, he had been working full time for Rocky Mountain Wrestling. He’d been their top wrestler. He was the assistant trainer at the wrestling school. Tonight, he had been in an in-ring war with the man from Los Angeles, Fro Sure. Fro was a big brawler and rapper who had been plying his trade in the Warehouse in Los Angeles. In the dirt and grime -- in the blood-splattered canvas and concrete that Brother Grimm had taken pride in before he had closed up shop.

Riley knew that his match with Fro was going to be rough. Fro was not the most polished wrestler in the world. He had charisma and star quality. He could take a beating -- but about twenty percent of his strikes were going to land for real. Riley was fine with that. He was a good ole’ boy from Georgia, after all. You couldn’t be Southern if you couldn’t take a punch. It was practically a rite of passage, but still. Riley wasn’t a young man anymore. He wasn’t old -- not by a long shot -- but he wasn’t in the early years of his career. His body had taken a lot of beatings. He’d taken a lot of bumps during his run as the big babyface of the company -- he had to. It came with the territory. He had to sell and take a beating. Now he was the heel -- so he didn’t take as many bumps but the bumps he did take had to be more spectacular, had to make the babyface look like a million bucks. Riley took pride in his ability to make his opponent look good and he did that tonight.

He looked around his RV. He had been living in his RV since 2016. It was still parked behind the Oxford Arena. Robert had tried to convince Riley to rent an apartment, but Riley wasn’t interested in renting an apartment or a house. He liked his RV. He liked being close to the building. He could work out when he wanted to. He didn’t have to worry about getting too drunk to drive home. Plus, at night, it was incredibly quiet.

He adjusted the ice pack against his shoulder and sat at the dining nook. He had a cold beer, a bottle of water, a piece of chicken with green beans and some rice. It was going to be a quiet night for him. He took a swig of his beer and sighed. He took a bite of food and reached for the television remote. There was a knock on the door of his RV.

Riley grunted as he pulled himself to his feet and lumbered the short distance to the door. He didn’t check it as he pushed it open.


She stood there. Hair damp from her post-show shower. Dressed in the athletic-leisure wear that had become so popular in the last few years. She was holding a six pack in her left hand and a bag of some sort of food in her right hand. She smiled at him. He couldn’t help but smile back.

They hadn’t told anyone about their relationship yet. Not his parents. Not her parents. He was pretty sure Barry could kill him -- even at fifty four years old. It had been about three months since they started seeing each other. She had been dating Roderick Remus for awhile, but that ended when he signed with the Eisens and she wasn’t offered a deal. She wanted to be with someone she could see. Plus, she was living in Denver at an apartment she shared with Marjorie.

Lisa looked around and then looked back at him. “Are you going to let me in?”

Riley shook himself out of his stupor and stepped aside. “Of course. C’mon in.”

She laughed as she climbed into his RV and took the beer and food to the kitchen counter. She looked at the food Riley had prepared. “You didn’t want to make me any chicken?”

“I didn’t think you were coming over tonight. I thought you had said you and Marjorie were going out after the show.” He tried to explain. He knew she wasn’t mad. She never got mad. That was something he liked about her. She didn’t get angry, she didn’t judge him for living in his RV. She liked it. Thought it was cozy. She had even commondered one of his dresser drawers. She spent maybe three nights a week over with him.

“That’s tomorrow. I picked up some barbecue from Dale’s. They stayed open late ‘cause of our show. You want some?” She asked as she began to pull styrofoam containers out of the plastic bag.

“Is there tri tip?”

“Yep. And baked beans. And mac n’ cheese, cole slaw, some smoked pineapple, and that spicy sauce you really like.”

Riley rubbed a hand over his stomach. “Absolutely.” He put his plate of chicken in the fridge as Lisa plated up their dinner. He stopped her by wrapping his arms around her from behind. She leaned back against him.. They stayed like this for a long moment before she pushed him away.

“I gotta get this food on plates. Sit down.” She playfully reprimanded him for distracting him. He listened to her and slid into the padded seat of the dining nook. She brought a plate of food over for him and then one for herself. She grabbed herself a beer and slid across from him. She tucked a leg under her.

They didn’t say anything. They just began to eat. Not in uncomfortable silence. In the kind of silence that comes from just being happy being near someone. Riley McManus had spent almost a decade as a wrestler before he made it to Rocky Mountain Wrestling. He had spent time from September 2011 to January of 2016 without full-time wrestling work. He thought that he was going to be out of wrestling. Or that at the very least he would never make it -- that he was just going to be a weekend warrior on the pop up independent shows in Georgia and North Florida. Then Robert Oxford called. Now it’s been three and a half years since. He was Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Champion for the second time. He was, without ego, the cornerstone of the company. The loyal soldier. He was helping train young wrestlers -- and he had a woman who understood him. Who had the same goals as him. It was new for him. He liked it. He was happy.

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We had a successful first six months of 2019. We had put on our best match ever at the second annual Robert Oxford Invitational -- a show that was also our best show ever from a commercial and critical standpoint. The Summer Spectacular event had gone over well. Riley was settling into being the heel champion nicely. Primus had his first singles match since coming back from his victory in the sport of mixed martial arts. Clyde was adjusting nicely to the main roster and main shows. He had all of the potential in the world. The tag division feud between The Diaz Cousins and The Devil’s Rejects was developing nicely. I loved Logan. I had groomed him since I signed him. James was developing nicely. Logan had finally gotten a tour of Japan -- with Black Canvas Grappling. He was starting to get that international renown that he deserved. I had plans for Logan back in the Heavyweight title picture -- or maybe bigger plans with as good as he was becoming. He was consistently putting on the best performances for us. Riley was our cornerstone, but Logan was proving to be just as valuable and James could develop into the same quality performer for us.

I logged onto TotalExtremeWrestling.com to check the halfway awards. The first thing I saw was The Big Problem, Petr Novak, was leaving USPW. His tag partner had retired so he had been floundering with nothing to do. While I had never been a big fan of his -- he was big, popular, and could prove to be a valuable name addition for us as we tried to develop some of our younger babyface talent.

I clicked over to the awards.

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Wrestler of the Year So Far -- “Angry” Tom Gilmore [SOTBW]
Company of the Year So Far - Pride Glory Honor Wrestling
Team of the Year so Far - Red Scourge (Blood Raven and Pirata Malvado) [SOTBW]
Match of the Year so Far - Kozume Kawashima def Yoshimi Mushashibo from PGHW Hell Hole Tour [PGHW]
Show of the Year so Far - Batalla de las Mascaras [SOTBW]
Young Wrestler of the Year so Far - Jacqueleen Morel [USPW]
Veteran Wrestler of the Year So Far - Pablo Rodriguez [SOTBW]
Female Wrestler of the Year So Far - Brooke Tyler [NOTBW]
Independent Wrestler of the Year so Far - Jagged
None of these surprised me. Gilmore was a sensational talent that had almost come to TCW in 2010 -- not many people knew that, but he was close. PGHW is having a resurgence as Burning Hammer continues to try and figure out their footing after the accountants took a sizable amount of money from them. South of the Border had an incredible roster that could put on incredible shows. The House of Stone Dojo had turned out a stud in Morel -- and then he had shocked the wrestling world in going to USPW last month.

I had some plans for the rest of 2019 -- some plans that I thought could really make the second half of 2019 special. We had a couple of more dates on the Keiths. There were a couple of other talents that I wanted to explore.

I continued to click on the website and I noticed a Rest in Peace column. I hated these but I had to click.


Luis Montero
August 1957 - July 2019. 61 years old.


Luis had been one of the true greats of lucha libre. He had been a star in California and Mexico. His sons were excellent wrestlers. Gino was in South of the Border, Junior was still in OLLIE. With Luis’ passing, Amazonas de Lucha Libre was left without an owner and booker. That was going to be crucial to watch. OLLIE had already been taken over by Axxis Jr. when Soler retired, now with another Mexican company experiencing a change in ownership…

Luis’ death made me think of all the other wrestlers who had died in the past few years.

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Jebediah
Air Attack Weasel
Ajax the Skull Splitter
Benito Garcia
Danger Kumasaka
Dread
Flying Jimmy Fox
George DeColt
Grandmaster Phunk
J.P. Bucholz
Jason Rogers
Justin Blackham
Kaneie Komine
Kid Fantastic
Mateo Hidalgo
Michael Bull -- killed in the line of duty
Minh Ruby
Nathaniel Casino
Pete the Hillbilly
Preston Holt
Rip Chord
Seison Yamanaka
Silver Shark
Luis Montero.
It was a sad list. Friends. Co workers. Guys I had known well. Legends. Guys in their prime. Guys who had bright futures. I took a slow drink from my coffee. Now I had to turn my focus towards Rocky Mountain Live and putting a card together…
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Really enjoying these write ups
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I looked down at the card for RMW Live #18. It was a solid card. A card that any wrestling company our size would be more than happy to put on.

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RMW Live #18
Saturday, Week 2, July 2019
Live from the Oxford Arena, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
Sixty Minute Time Limit
RMW Can-Am Championship
El Mitico Jr. versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush ©

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves versus Acid and Acid II

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hawaiian Strong Man” Ekuma versus King Malietoa w/ Streetz

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Silver Spider versus “The French-Canadian MVP” Marcel LeFleur

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Soler & Bradley] versus Brown Pride
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Main Event
Sixty Minute Time Limit
RMW Can-Am Championship
El Mitico Jr. versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush ©

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves versus Acid and Acid II

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hawaiian Strong Man” Ekuma versus King Malietoa w/ Streetz

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Silver Spider versus “The French-Canadian MVP” Marcel LeFleur

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Soler & Bradley] versus Brown Pride
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YESSSS!!! Almost teared up a little seeing the loyal soldier find happiness outside the ring.
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Main Event
Sixty Minute Time Limit
RMW Can-Am Championship
El Mitico Jr. versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush ©

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves versus Acid and Acid II

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hawaiian Strong Man” Ekuma versus King Malietoa w/ Streetz

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Silver Spider versus “The French-Canadian MVP” Marcel LeFleur

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Soler & Bradley] versus Brown Pride
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Main Event
Sixty Minute Time Limit
RMW Can-Am Championship
El Mitico Jr. versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush ©

Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves versus Acid and Acid II

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
“The Hawaiian Strong Man” Ekuma versus King Malietoa w/ Streetz

Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Silver Spider versus “The French-Canadian MVP” Marcel LeFleur

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Soler & Bradley] versus Brown Pride
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Live #18
Saturday, Week 2, July 2019
Live from the Oxford Arena, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

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Riggs: The hot weather outside can only be a sign of the action to come. We've got a full night of wrestling for you here at the Oxford Arena with a big championship match main event when The Lucha Libre Machine, El Mítico Jr challenges Flawless Franklin Rush for the Can-Am Championship.

Hazard: That could be match of the month in the pro wrestling. El Mítico Jr. is one of the best wrestlers on the planet. I've seen him training in the gym -- the man has unparalleled stamina. Rush is one of the prize pupils of the Rocky Mountain School of Wrestling. I wouldn't want to have to bet against either man.

Riggs: Brown Pride looks to find some success against the Puerto Rican Exchange, plus Ekuma will be in action and more! You do not want to miss a moment of the action tonight!
Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Twenty Minute Time Limit
vs.
The Puerto Rican Exchange [Soler & Bradley] versus Brown Pride

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Juan Soler and Turner Bradley defeated Brown Pride in 11:43 when Juan Soler defeated MexiCain by pinfall with an Ancient Back-Fist. D-




Sgt. Bison cuts a backstage promo. C



Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
vs
Silver Spider versus “The French-Canadian MVP” Marcel LeFleur

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Marcel LeFleur defeated Silver Spider in 10:26 by pinfall after using a foreign object. D+



Singles Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
vs. w/
“The Hawaiian Strong Man” Ekuma versus King Malietoa w/ Streetz

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Ekuma defeated King Malietoa in 7:30 by pinfall with a Hawaiian Crush. D+



vs.
Ekuma is celebrating his victory in the ring. Samoan Demolition run in and attack, beating Ekuma down into the mat. E+



Semi Main Event
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
vs.
Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves versus Acid and Acid II

In a bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Acid and Acid II defeated Eddie Carter and Floyd Reeves in 9:23 when Acid defeated Eddie Carter by pinfall with an Acid Rain Bomb.

Eddie Carter was the weak link, struggling to keep up with everyone else's in-ring performance. D



Main Event
Sixty Minute Time Limit

vs.
El Mitico Jr. versus “Flawless” Franklin Rush ©

In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, El Mítico Jr defeated Franklin Rush in 23:15 by pinfall with a Northern Lights Suplex. El Mítico Jr wins the RMW Can-Am Championship title. C-.

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Riggs: What a night of action! El Mitico Jr defeated Franklin Rush in one hell of a contest to become the new Can-Am Champion. I'm sure Franklin will have something to say next month about his loss.

Hazard: And don't forget the way Samoan Demolition laid out Ekuma. They took advantage of the fact that James Adams was not here tonight. I'd hate to be them when Adams' is back 'cause I'm sure there will be hell to pay!

Riggs: For all of us here at Rocky Mountain Wrestling, thank you for joining us. If you weren't here live, we hope you will come out to join us at the Oxford Arena. We're here every other Saturday. You do not want to miss the great live action. We will see you next time!
Overall: This show raised our popularity. C-

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Another great show. I like the opening and closing segment. I don't have any pro or con on the banner, yet.
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Rocky Mountain Wrestling Live #18 had been a big success. We shocked our fans when El Mitico Jr defeated Franklin Rush to win the Can-Am Championship. Rush was not getting the call up to the main roster, but I also wanted to keep it fresh and keep the fans guessing. I did not want them to get too comfortable with any one Can-Am Champion. While I preferred Heavyweight Champions to have reigns with a little more length, the Can-Am Championship was designed to change hands a little more frequently. Joel had held it for eight months to get it started but now I wanted to settle into the routine of having the title bounce around a bit.

Now we were on to Independence -- which would set up for Gold Rush in August. We were chugging along and I was very excited about where we were heading.

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Rocky Mountain Wrestling Presents: Independence
Saturday, Week 4, July, 2019
Live from the Oxford Arena, 7:30 PM Bell Time
Also Aired On Demand on the Rocky Mountain Sports Network

Main Event
Tag Team Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
COTT World Tag Team Championship
The Ring Generals w/ Lisa Bowen versus The Keith Brothers ©

Co Main Event
Singles Match
Sixty Minute Time Limit
Rocky Mountain Heavyweight Championship
Donnie J versus “The Cornerstone” Riley McManus © w/ Jeffrey Aroma

Special Attraction
Six Man Tag
Thirty Minute Time Limit
The House of Stone [The Griffins and Ancire] versus The Warehouse [Henry & State of Destruction)

Opening Match
Tag Team Match
Thirty Minute Time Limit
Rocky Mountain Tag Team Championship
The Diaz Cousins versus The Devil’s Rejects ©

Special Pre Show Attraction
Independence Day Battle Royal
30 Man Over The
$500 To Winner
Featuring: Acid, Chill, Lenny Brown, Frantic Ali, Fro Sure, James Prudence and twenty-four more Rocky Mountain Wrestling superstars!
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