Clearfield County Fairgrounds - Clearfield, PA
Complete results from Joe Dombrowski
Kato def. John McChesney
Rickey Shane Page def. Aiden Veil
Gory def. Matt Justice
Super Hentai def. Marshall Gambino
IWC World Heavyweight Champion Jimmy DeMarco & Chest Flexor def. Jon
Bolen & Corey Futuristic
Bronco McBride, David R. DiMera, & Capital Punishment (RL Coleman & Foxx
Vinyer) def. Joe Rosa, Eric Ryan, & IWC Tag Team Champions The One
Nighters (Bobby Bevery & NIcki Valentino)
Sebastian def. Dalton Castle in a Lumberjack Match
IWC Super Indy Champion Facade vs. Logan Shulo went to a no-contest
IWC's return to Clearfield, PA on
Saturday, March 3 led to arguably the most out of control night
in IWC's long history.
The tone was set knowing a segment of time had been purchased by
Chest Flexor in order to stage he & IWC Champion Jimmy DeMarco's
"Muscle Worshiping Ceremony", which was complete with guest
cameos by a nun, a Chinese dragon, and outfits that look
straight out of the Elton John collection. The ceremony was cut
short by IWC Owner Chuck Roberts, who demanded Flexor & DeMarco
meet their scheduled mystery opponents who had accepted Chuck's
open challenge. These two obviously accepted separately as they
didn't have much in common other than a common enemy...those two
were the always intense Jon Bolen and his partner... Corey
Futuristic?! The diminutive would-be time traveler may have been
undersized but, as Flexor's first abused lackey, he fought his
heart out. Bolen's rage and power made up where Corey left off,
but when the two men who were dressed as the Chinese dragon
created a distraction for Bolen, Jimmy & Flexor capitalized on
Corey, pinning the weak link of the team and escaping
victorious. But it wouldn't be the last time we'd see them
Last time in Clearfield, Michael Facade & Logan Shulo took each
other to the limit in a twenty minute time limit draw. This
time, with a sixty minute time limit and Facade's Super Indy
Title at stake, both men had to push themselves even farther.
Deep into a classic war full of heart and intestinal fortitude,
both men were once again battling to nearly the 20-minute mark.
However, it was not the time limit that prematurely ended this
bout... it was the attacks of Jimmy DeMarco & Chest Flexor on
Shulo, a week before Logan challenges DeMarco for the IWC Title,
as well as Gory's assault on Facade a week before the two former
partners clash for the Super Indy crown. The ambush brought out
Bolen to even the odds, and soon nearly the entire locker room
was brawling throughout the building! It was an absolutely
chaotic conclusion as Chuck Roberts attempted to restore order
by announcing not only a huge Battle Royal for the next
Clearfield event, but also a six man tag pitting DeMarco, Flexor
& Gory against Facade, Shulo & Bolen!
In preparation for his Super Indy Title match next week, Gory
went one-on-one with "One Man Militia" Matthew Justice in a
rematch from just a couple of months ago, when Justice's defeat
of Gory helped drive Gory into the sick, animalistic monster he
has become. Now fueled with a hatred, bitterness and rage not
seen in IWC before, Gory's soulless eyes were focused on one
thing... sending a message at the expense of Matthew Justice.
After a very competitive outing, Gory trapped Justice in his
controversial Pestilence submission hold, choking Justice out
cold. Could this be Michael Facade's fate this Saturday night?
One man who prepares to compete in a qualifying match for Super
Indy XI this weekend, "Big League" John McChesney, was none too
pleased about being forced to have to "qualify" for a division
he once "dominated for years". While we aren't sure what
McChesney's current stance is surround Jimmy DeMarco and Chuck
Roberts' new-found issues (other than John claiming he was right
all along about DeMarco's true colors), one thing for certain is
the disdain McChesney possesses for "Party Peacock" Dalton
Castle, his opponent in that Super Indy Qualifyer. Castle was
sitting ringside providing guest commentary for McChesney's
match with Kato, a fact that continued to distract "Big League",
who constantly attempted to send a message Dalton's way.
Finally, Castle had enough and began loudly "caw-ing" into the
microphone, ultimately distracting McChesney long enough for
Kato to pick up a victory from a backslide. McChesney's would-be
Super Indy momentum is not to be.
Meanwhile, Dalton himself was opposed by hometown hero Sebastian
in a Lumberjack Match as a result of a questionable conclusion
between the two at our prior Clearfield event. As the
Lumberjacks imploded on the outside into a wild fistfight, John
McChesney snuck to ringside, returning the favor to Dalton from
earlier tonight, costing Castle the match-up, and destroying HIS
momentum. What will happen when two of the most confident and
successful personalities meet this weekend with one Super Indy
spot at stake?
Super Hentai was able to pick up a victory for the Founding
Fathers faction with a win over Marshall "The Bull" Gambino.
Hentai has proven he won't go away and will continue to haunt
the Gambino faction, believing they are behind the unknown
masked man who injured Jimmy Vegas a month ago at Pure Talent.
No further progress was made in unraveling that mystery tonight,
however knowing Super Hentai, he will not stop until he gets the
answers he demands.
The conflicted Rickey Shane Page picked up an impressive win
over young Aiden Veil, but many seem concerned over Page's
behavior in-ring as of late. Some describe it almost as if Page
is having as much of a battle with himself as he is with his
opponent. Violent mood swings and highly physical strikes were
the M.O. of Page here tonight, who still has Shiima Xion in his
crosshairs, with a Dream Partner tag match-up just days away!
Page has selected Josh Prohibition, not seen in IWC in years,
but how will Shiima respond?
Eight-man tag chaos saw bodies sprawled all over the building as
Bronco McBride, David DiMera and newcomers, Albany, NY natives
RL Coleman & Foxx Vinyer, collectively known as Capital
Punishment defeated IWC Tag Champions Bobby Beverly & Nicki
Valentino, "VIP" Joe Rosa & Eric Ryan.