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2007 Results

Accept No Limitations 3 - February 17th, 2007
Court Time Sports Center - Elizabeth, PA
Complete results from Joe Dombrowski

Short-Form Results
Vendetta def. Dean Radford

"Simply Marvelous" Mitch Ryder def. Michael "The Bomber" Facade

"Showtime" Eric Young def. "Sweet N Sour" Larry Sweeney

The Gambino Brothers Moving Company ("DeeeeLicious" Jimmy DeMarco, Mickey & Marshall Gambino) def. The Cleveland Mafia (J-Rocc & Raymond Rowe) in a 3-on-2 Handicap Tag Title Eliminator

IWC Super Indy Champion "Balls Hot" Troy Lords def. "Fabulous" John McChesney

Sterling James Keenan def. Low Ki on SJK's Road to the Title

Nobutaka Moribe def. American Balloon

BabyFace Fire (Shiima Xion & Jason Gory) & KUDO def. Sexual Harassment (Eric Xtasy & Justin Idol) & Danshoku Dino

IWC World Heavyweight Champion Ricky Reyes def. "The Shooter" Brent Albright
The International Wrestling Cartel returned to the Court Time Sports Center in Elizabeth, Pa on February 17, 2007 for one of the wildest, most unique IWC spectacles of all time.

In the main event, it was another technical masterpiece pitting IWC Heavyweight Champion Ricky Reyes going one-on-one with “The Shooter” Brent Albright in a rematch of their memorable encounter of one month ago. Reyes was able to battle through unspeakable pain, as Albright relentlessly targeted the back and arm of Reyes throughout the match, to successfully retain the IWC Championship. However, when Reyes extended his hand in a show of sportsmanship, Albright retaliated with a slap to the face, once again choosing not to be the graceful loser. Albright left in a rage as Reyes celebrated with his title.

“Balls Hot” Troy Lords made his first defense of the Super Indy Title against the man he defeated in overtime last month to claim the title “Fabulous” John McChesney. Despite walking into battle with a concussion, Lords put his body on the line at all costs to keep the title he had fought for for seven years to earn. Lords did not need the controversial overtime period to prevail this month, as The Hotness caught The Fabulous One off-guard to score a quick win. McChesney was noticeably frustrated but Troy Lords continued to prove that his time had finally come, his critics were without a doubt wrong, and Lords would do anything to keep his title.

Meanwhile, the tag champions of Babyface Fire, Jason Gory & Shiima Xion were part of one of the most unusual matches ever seen. BFF were scheduled to team with the very controversial and very outgoing Danshoku Dino to take on Sexual Harassment and current Harassment manager/former BFF manager Chris Maverick, however when Maverick claimed of a back injury and announced Dino as his replacement to team with Eric Xtasy & Justin Idol, BFF was left without a third man. That is, until an old friend re-emerged in the form of KUDO, another star from DDT in Japan making his first IWC appearance since early last year. The match saw the cohesiveness of KUDO & BFF overcome the mind games, flamboyance, and downright creepiness of Harassment & Dino en route to scoring the win. The major story however, seemed to be that once the match had ended, no one on either team was pleased with Chris Maverick’s role in things anymore. All six men gave Mr. Maverick a very unceremonious dismissal and ended the evening on good terms.

Sterling James Keenan’s path to an IWC Heavyweight Title Match this April at Super Indy VI reached its most threatening obstacle to date, in the form of the man known as Senshi in TNA, and of course known to IWC fans as former Super Indy Champion Low-ki. Sterling braved the arsenal of brutal chops and kicks from the warrior and although it wasn’t the most decisive win of SJK’s storied career (using a hand on the rope for leverage), Sterling was able to edge by Low-ki and keep his hopes of championship glory alive. However another man would publicly set his sights on the IWC Title before night’s end…

The only 3-time IWC Champion in history Dennis Gregory returned to IWC following six months away in the middle east fighting for his country, and it seems the more things change in IWC, the more they say the same. After discussing never having lost the IWC Title last year, and laying challenges out to Champion Ricky Reyes and potential top contender Sterling James Keenan specifically, Gregory turned his attention to two former rivals who were watching the show as ticket-buying fans : Former crooked referee Steven Colter, and former Unholy Alliance member Sebastian Dark, both watching from separate ends of the building. Gregory called Dark into the ring to question his motives for being here, and Dark stated that IWC would soon pay for what had been done to them. It’s unclear what Dark’s plans are to avenge his and assumingly Colter’s firings, and it’s also unclear exactly who or what Dark has up his sleeve to help his cause, but one thing not in dispute is Gregory’s ability to rally the troops, as Gregory summoned the IWC locker room one final time to take out the trash, as Dark and Colter were physically ejected from the building.

TNA’s Paranoid Pied Piper, “Showtime” Eric Young was able to avenge his Super Indy Tournament Qualifying Match loss from one month ago in his rematch on this night against the cocky “Sweet & Sour” Larry Sweeney. Referee CJ Sensation was able to detect Sweeney’s attempts at trickery which got him the win in the prior meeting, and the jittery Eric Young was able to follow through with his innovative wheelbarrow into a neck breaker to capture the win. Eric Young is victorious, although Larry Sweeney still has the spot in Super Indy VI, to join the likes of Jay Lethal, Azrieal, and Jerry Lynn in a star-studded 8-man title tournament on May 11th.
 
It was a Tag Title Contender Eliminator, and on top of that it was no-disqualification when The Cleveland Mafia battled Mickey & Marshall Gambino as well as Jimmy DeMarco to avenge the gang-like 4-on-1 beating The Gambino Family delivered to Ray Rowe last month when J-Rocc was not in attendanxce. Thanks to the help of their hired heavy Vendetta, The Gambinos were able to reign supreme, although it took two men cheating at once to pin the suplex machine Ray Rowe. Later that night we found out about the pact between Rocc & Rowe: If the Cleveland Mafia can capture the IWC Tag Titles one last time, J-Rocc has promised to lead Ray Rowe to the IWC Heavyweight Title. Promoter Norm Connors had something very interesting to say as well… we would soon find out if Ray Rowe is indeed as tough and bad as he seems to be as he has a date with “The Samoan Submission Machine”: Ray Rowe vs. Samoa Joe is signed to take place!

Nobutaka Moribe, the young prodigy from Japan heavily influenced by the late great Eddie Guerrero was involved in another of the night’s bizarre encounters against the very unique American Balloon, who really has to be seen to be believed. Moribe spent much of the match targeting the ample pectorals of Balloon, and after Balloon had rallied back and missed the Balloonsault, Moribe snapped off the Three Amigos suplexes and the frog splash to score the win.

Vendetta was victorious against former Unholy Alliance member Dean Radford, thanks in large part to Vendetta’s “Hollywood Balds” partner Jimmy DeMarco, who used a handful of powder to blind the former IWC Champion, leading to the student of the game Vendetta finished Radford off with a Rock Bottom variation he calls the RBK.

“Simply Marvelous” Mitch Ryder, a 15 year veteran known the country over, made his IWC debut defeating the suburban terrorist Michael “The Bomber” Façade. Façade had the match well-in hand until a pull of the tights following a Façade crossbody led to a cheap Ryder victory, as Façade is outsmarted by another extremely wise veteran.
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