2005

ESW Revolution
January 22nd, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

-ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister came out to run down the card and introduce the ESW Heavyweight Champion Jonny Puma. Puma complained about having the odds stacked against him. Puma’s music played again, only for Mastiff to come out dressed as Puma. After exchanging words, as they have so many times in the past, Mastiff and Puma lost their tempers and began brawling. This brought out the third man in the triple threat main event, Damien Alexander to chase Puma from the ring.

1. Brett Mednik & “Inferno” Johnny Adams beat Armand & Cade Cassidy when Adams pinned Armand after the Incinerator.
-After the match, Adams and Mednik tore apart Armand’s suit.

2. Chris Cooper beat A.C. O’Reilly after the Flashover into the Coop De Gras.
-O’Reilly was originally scheduled to take on Purple Rain. After both made their entrances, Chris Cooper intruded, accompanied by Wrestling Inc. members Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston. After Cooper told Purple Rain to leave, Smythe and Thurston attacked him and dragged him to the back, leaving Cooper to take on O’Reilly.

3. Unified ESW Interstate Title: Randy Walker beat Shade by pinfall to become new champion.
-Walker was able to easily score the pin after Jonny Puma made his way to the ring and shattered a camera over Shade’s head.
-Walker becomes two-time ESW Interstate Champion.

4. 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) beat ESW Tag Team Champions Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston in a non-title match when Ash pinned Thurston with a sunset flip.
-Smythe and Thurston came to the ring and announced that they spoke with the ESW booking committee and got the originally scheduled title match to be changed to a non-title match. Ash & Hornet proceeded to score the upset win, but did not capture the ESW Tag Team Title.

5. No-DQ Match: Shawn Spears beat Cody Steele.
-After winning, Shawn Spears celebrated with Jennifer Blake.

6. Kevin Grace beat Ice.
-Grace overcame interference from Club Elite member and newly crowned ESW Interstate Champion Randy Walker, to win.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title Match: Jonny Puma beat Mastiff and Damien Alexander in a triple threat match after pinning Mastiff to retain the title.
-With the referee down and Mastiff clearly having the win in his grasp, Chris Cooper interfered and took Mastiff out with the Flashover. This allowed Puma to pick up the pinfall.
-After already injuring his leg in the course of the match, Puma did everything he could to further injure Damien Alexander, attacking him with chairs.
-This brought out Shade to attempt to make the save. Seeing that Shade had come to the ring, infuriated, Puma took the microphone and offered Shade a title match. And he was so sure he could destroy Shade, he offered to put both of their careers on the line in a match. Shade responded by leaving through the curtain, but then bolting through the entrance way with a casket and misting Puma.

ESW Reckoning Day
February 19th, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

-Captain Dan Glanowski introduced ESW Heavyweight Champion Jonny Puma (accompanied by Randy Walker and Ice) to the ring to talk about his career vs. career casket match for the ESW Heavyweight Title. Puma was interrupted by druids rolling out the casket to ringside. Sure that Shade was inside it, Puma told Walker and Ice to open it up. When they couldn’t find him there, Puma told them to look all around the building. With Puma’s back turned, Shade emerged from the casket, covered in a purple sheet and attacked Puma with the mandible claw.

1. Non-Title Match: Wrestling Express (Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston) beat A.C. O’Reilly & Brett Mednik when Thurston pinned O’Reilly after the Suplay.

2. “Amazing” Kevin Grace beat Gabriel Saint after a fireman’s carry into a bulldog.

3. 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) beat Eric Everlast & Ron Falco when Hornet pinned Falco with a sunset flip.
-After the match, Ash & Hornet took the microphone and demanded a tag team title match. This brought out Smythe and Thurston, who said they would defend the belts when they’re ready to. Next, ESW Commissioner Clayon T. McAllister made his entrance. Comissioner Clayton announced that at Full Throttle, in singles matches, Ash would face Thurston and Hornet would face Smythe. If the 2 Legit team wins even one of those matches, they become number-one contenders for the ESW Tag Team Title.

4. “Inferno” Johnny Adams beat Cade Cassidy with a frog splash.
-Cassidy’s personal assistant Armand had a chair kicked in his face by Adams during the course of the match. After Cassidy lost, Armand came back out to check on him. Then, from behind came “Mr. 300” J.P. Hawke and “Gutterball” Scotty Roberts as Cassidy fled the ring, leaving Armand by himself. Hawke and Roberts took him down, set him up and rolled the bowling ball in between the legs of Armand.

5. Mastiff beat Chris Cooper by disqualification.
-After Mastiff hit a diving headbutt and went for the cover, Cooper’s fellow Wrestling Inc. members, Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston ran down to the ring to put Cooper’s leg on the ropes. Seeing this happen, Mastiff vaulted over ropes onto both of them. However, this gave Cooper the opportunity to lock-in the Coop de Gras on Mastiff, which he refused to break when Mastiff got the ropes and repeatedly shoved the referee down, resulting in the disqualification.
-After the match, Mastiff took the microphone and challenged Cooper to an I Quit match that has been signed for Full Throttle.

6. Cody Steele Invitational Challenge: Cody Steele beat Andrew Davis with a triangle submission.
-Before announcing the debut of the Cody Steele Invitational, Steele asked for his former valet, Jennifer Blake to come to the ring. Cody half-heartedly apologized and asked her to be by his side again, but Jennifer refused and walked out. This left Steele furious as he destroyed the first entry into the Cody Steele Invitiational, Andrew Davis.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title – Casket – Career vs. Career Match: Jonny Puma beat Shade to retain the title.
-As Shade appeared to have the match won after a mandible claw and STO on the casket, Randy Walker and Ice attempted intefere. Walker and Ice both got misted and took a moonsault plancha on the outside. This, however, gave Puma enough time to get out of the casket. Puma and Shade continued to battle back and forth until the casket was brought in the ring, the lid was removed and Shade was powerbombed by Puma through a table which was over the casket, ending Shade’s career.
-After Shade had lost, the lights went down and numerous druids came to the ring and surrounded the casket. They then left, with the casket empty and Shade’s mask laying in the ring.

ESW Reckoning Day
February 19th, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

-Captain Dan Glanowski introduced ESW Heavyweight Champion Jonny Puma (accompanied by Randy Walker and Ice) to the ring to talk about his career vs. career casket match for the ESW Heavyweight Title. Puma was interrupted by druids rolling out the casket to ringside. Sure that Shade was inside it, Puma told Walker and Ice to open it up. When they couldn’t find him there, Puma told them to look all around the building. With Puma’s back turned, Shade emerged from the casket, covered in a purple sheet and attacked Puma with the mandible claw.

1. Non-Title Match: Wrestling Express (Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston) beat A.C. O’Reilly & Brett Mednik when Thurston pinned O’Reilly after the Suplay.

2. “Amazing” Kevin Grace beat Gabriel Saint after a fireman’s carry into a bulldog.

3. 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) beat Eric Everlast & Ron Falco when Hornet pinned Falco with a sunset flip.
-After the match, Ash & Hornet took the microphone and demanded a tag team title match. This brought out Smythe and Thurston, who said they would defend the belts when they’re ready to. Next, ESW Commissioner Clayon T. McAllister made his entrance. Comissioner Clayton announced that at Full Throttle, in singles matches, Ash would face Thurston and Hornet would face Smythe. If the 2 Legit team wins even one of those matches, they become number-one contenders for the ESW Tag Team Title.

4. “Inferno” Johnny Adams beat Cade Cassidy with a frog splash.
-Cassidy’s personal assistant Armand had a chair kicked in his face by Adams during the course of the match. After Cassidy lost, Armand came back out to check on him. Then, from behind came “Mr. 300” J.P. Hawke and “Gutterball” Scotty Roberts as Cassidy fled the ring, leaving Armand by himself. Hawke and Roberts took him down, set him up and rolled the bowling ball in between the legs of Armand.

5. Mastiff beat Chris Cooper by disqualification.
-After Mastiff hit a diving headbutt and went for the cover, Cooper’s fellow Wrestling Inc. members, Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston ran down to the ring to put Cooper’s leg on the ropes. Seeing this happen, Mastiff vaulted over ropes onto both of them. However, this gave Cooper the opportunity to lock-in the Coop de Gras on Mastiff, which he refused to break when Mastiff got the ropes and repeatedly shoved the referee down, resulting in the disqualification.
-After the match, Mastiff took the microphone and challenged Cooper to an I Quit match that has been signed for Full Throttle.

6. Cody Steele Invitational Challenge: Cody Steele beat Andrew Davis with a triangle submission.
-Before announcing the debut of the Cody Steele Invitational, Steele asked for his former valet, Jennifer Blake to come to the ring. Cody half-heartedly apologized and asked her to be by his side again, but Jennifer refused and walked out. This left Steele furious as he destroyed the first entry into the Cody Steele Invitiational, Andrew Davis.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title – Casket – Career vs. Career Match: Jonny Puma beat Shade to retain the title.
-As Shade appeared to have the match won after a mandible claw and STO on the casket, Randy Walker and Ice attempted intefere. Walker and Ice both got misted and took a moonsault plancha on the outside. This, however, gave Puma enough time to get out of the casket. Puma and Shade continued to battle back and forth until the casket was brought in the ring, the lid was removed and Shade was powerbombed by Puma through a table which was over the casket, ending Shade’s career.
-After Shade had lost, the lights went down and numerous druids came to the ring and surrounded the casket. They then left, with the casket empty and Shade’s mask laying in the ring.

 

ESW Full Throttle
March 19th, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

-Wrestling Incorporated (Chris Cooper, Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston) came out for an interview. They were interrupted by Mastiff, who rushed the ring. Mastiff went for Cooper but was attacked from behind by Thurston and Smythe and beat down, until 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) ran down to chase Wrestling Inc. from the ring.

1. A.C. beat Cade Cassidy with a school boy roll up.
-Cassidy’s personal assistant Armand attempted to interfere in the match, so Brett Mednik came to the ring to pull Armand off the apron. After being rolled up by A.C., Cassidy promised to get his revenge.

2. Jake O’Reilly beat Ron Falco.
-Eric Everlast, who accompanied Falco to the ring, attempted to cost O’Reilly the match. After O’Reilly won, he challenged Eric Everlast to a match at ESW Anarchy.

3. Gabriel Saint beat “Inferno” Johnny Adams with a frog splash.

4. Brandon Thurston beat Ash by disqualification.
-As Benjamin Smythe distracted the referee, Thurston hit Hornet, who was on the outside with a title belt. Ash then took the belt from Thurston and hit him back with it, but the referee turned around in time to see it. Ash did not win, so therefore Hornet had to win in order for 2 Legit to become #1 contenders for the ESW Tag Team Title.

5. Hornet beat Benjamin Smythe with a top-rope sunset flip into a powerbomb.
-With that win, 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) become #1 contenders for the ESW Tag Team Title. They will have their title match against the Wrestling Express (Smythe & Thurston) at ESW Anarchy.

6. ESW Heavyweight Title Match: “Amazing” Kevin Grace beat Jonny Puma by disqualification for Puma to retain the title.
-After Grace hit a double-underhook rocker dropper and went for the cover, ESW Interstate Champion Randy Walker slid in the ring and snapped his crutch over Grace’s back for the intentional disqualification.
-Club Elite (Puma, Walker & Ice) then beat Grace down and got out chairs in attempt to injure him. But Damien Alexander ran in and destroyed Puma. ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister then came out and announced at ESW Anarchy, Jonny Puma would be defending the ESW Heavyweight Title against Damien Alexander.

7. Cody Steele Invitational Challenge: “Completely” Cody Steele beat Michael Elgin.
-After Steele defeated Elgin, he announced that the match was too easy and demanded someone else come out from the back for a match. Newcomer Crazy Steve came through the curtain in response. Crazy Steve’s appearance was so unannounced that the ring announcer and commentator Captain Dan were not aware of his name.

8. Crazy Steve beat “Completely” Cody Steele with a reverse rolling cradle.
-In possibly the biggest upset in ESW history, Crazy Steve defeated Cody Steele in his debut match in ESW.

9. “I Quit” Match: Chris Cooper beat Mastiff by referee stoppage with the Coop De Grais.
-After an intense back-and-forth war, referee Chuck Thomasulo was forced to stop the match when Mastiff passed out and was not able to respond as to whether or not he wanted to quit. Mastiff was defeated by Chris Cooper, but never quit.
-Mastiff was taken to the hospital after the match to get checked out, but ESW management believes he won’t have to miss any time.

ESW Anarchy
April 23rd, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

-ESW commentator Captain Dan Glanowski introduced Club Elite (Jonny Puma, Ice & Randy Walker) to the ring for an interview. ESW Interstate Champion Randy Walker ran down his challenger Kevin Grace while ESW Heavyweight Champion Jonny Puma promised to defeat Damien Alexander and retain his title.

1. Mastiff beat Gabriel Saint after the Crude Awakening.
-After the match, Manager Tim Meade debuted in attempt to acquire Mastiff. Meade told Mastiff to turn his back on the fans who have been dragging him down and come with him, but Mastiff refused and tore up the contract Meade gave him.

2. “Coverboy” Cade Cassidy beat “Party Guy” Brett Mednik after a superkick.
-Cassidy won the match after getting the clipboard from his personal assistant Armand and shattering it over Mednik’s head.
-After the bell, Cassidy and Armand continued to beat on Mednik until A.C. came to the ring to chase them away.

3. ESW Interstate Title: Kevin Grace beat Randy Walker by disqualification for Walker to retain the title.
-Walker came to the ring with a walker, claiming he could not wrestle. After the match started anyway, Walker intentionally caused a disqualfication after faking a back injury and hitting Grace in the head with the ESW Interstate Title belt.

4. ESW Tag Team Title: 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) beat Wrestling Express (Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston) when Ash pinned Thurston after a series of kicks to become new champions.
-2 Legit become the ninth ESW Tag Team Champions.

-Following intermission, ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister gave away free tickets to the next ESW event. Clayton was interrupted by Chris Cooper. Cooper demanded he be given an ESW Heavyweight Title match. When Clayton insulted him, Cooper viciously attacked him and put him in an armbar until pulled away by ESW personnel.

5. Eric Everlast beat Jake O’Reilly after a chokeslam.
-After the match, Everlast and his tag team partner Ron Falco attacked O’Reilly. Crazy Steve wandered in the ring, spit beer in Everlast’s face and chased both Everlast and Falco from the ring. After O’Reilly made it to his feet, he challenged Everlast and Falco to a match against himself and Crazy Steve.

6. ESW Heavyweight Title: Damien Alexander beat Jonny Puma after the Apocalypse Now to become new champion.
-Club Elite members Randy Walker and Ice distracted the referee so Puma could hit Damien with a chair and execute the Jonny on the Spot by Damien miraculously kicked out. Ice and Walker ran in the ring, but were both fought off by Damien, finally allowing him to get to Puma, hit the Apocalypse Now and end Puma’s reign as champion.
-Immediately after being helped to the back, Puma was examined by the ring doctor for a neck injury suffered as a result of the many slams he took from Damien Alexander.

ESW May-hem
May 21st, 2005 from Frontier Fire Hall in Niagara Falls, NY

-Wearing a neck brace, ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister announced that J-Man and “Sexy Monkey” Robin Knightwing would return to ESW on June 18th at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall to take on Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston. Chris Cooper came to the ring and again complained about not getting a shot at the ESW Heavyweight Title. Cooper threatened to attacked Clayton again, until Damien Alexander, Ash and Hornet ran down to the ring.

1. A.C. & “Party Guy” Brett Mednik beat “Coverboy” Cade Cassidy & Gabriel Saint by disqualification.
-Cassidy originally pinned A.C. after hitting him with personal assistant Armand’s clipboard. However, the referee reversed the decision after the match. As a result, Cade Cassidy must wrestle A.C. on June 18th.

2. ESW Interstate Title: Kevin Grace beat Randy Walker after the F-4 to become new champion.
-Kevin Grace becomes the seventh ESW Interstate Champion.

3. Aurora beat Miss Deville after a neckbreaker.

4. #1 Contenders’ Match for ESW Tag Team Title: The Final Solution (Ron Falco & Eric Everlast) beat Jake O’Reilly & Crazy Steve to become #1 contenders.
-Falco & Everlast will challenge 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) for the ESW Tag Team Title in July.
-After the match, Ron Falco punched out the referee.

5. Mastiff beat Notorious TID after a diving headbutt.
-After Mastiff’s win, Manager Tim Meade once again came to the ring to try to convince Mastiff to sign with him. Mastiff again refused to sign a contract with Meade. So Manager Tim Meade announced that there is someone who has signed with him. Meade told Mastiff that everyone would get to know this man very well. He promised Mastiff that this man would become his new “Nemesis”.

6. 2 Legit (Ash & Hornet) & Damien Alexander beat Wrestling Incorporated (Benjamin Smythe, Brandon Thurston & Chris Cooper) when Alexander pinned Smythe after the Apocalypse Now.
-Cooper attempted to attack Damien after the match. He attacked Damien from behind with his own ESW Heavyweight Title belt. Cooper and Thurston then began to help Smythe up as Damien got to his feet and kicked Smythe right out of the ring. Cooper escaped before Damien could get his hands on him.

ESW Unsanctioned
June 18th, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

1. Gabriel Saint beat “Party Guy” Brett Mednik with a frog splash.

-Captain Dan Glanowski introduced ESW Heavyweight Champion Damien Alexander for an interview. Before the interview could begin, Damien’s challenger for the night, Chris Cooper interrupted. Cooper took the microphone and talked about how he would become the new ESW Heavyweight Champion. Damien grabbed Cooper for the Apocalypse Now, but Cooper’s Wrestling Incorporated members Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston ran to the ring. After fighting them off, Damien went for the Apocalypse Now on Cooper again, but Smythe and Thurston clipped both of his legs from behind to stop him. All three then beat Damien down until Mastiff ran to the ring with a chair to chase Wrestling Incorporated away.

2. Jake O’Reilly beat Sinn by disqualification.
-After the match, Sinn attempted to attack O’Reilly with a chair, but Crazy Steve came out to stop him.

3. Wrestling Express (Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston) beat “Sexy Monkey” Robin Knightwing & J-Man when Smythe pinned Knightwing with a school boy roll-up.
-Smythe put his feet on the ropes for added leverage on the pinfall.
-Smythe and Thurston continued to attack J-Man and Knightwing after the match, until Knightwing’s old partner Kevin Grace came down to the ring for the save.

4. #1 Contendership to the ESW Heavyweight Title: Mastiff beat Randy Walker by submission with the Sharpshooter.
-After an extremely competitve match, Mastiff and Walker shook hands.
-As Mastiff celebrated his win and new #1 contendership, he was interrupted by Manager Tim Meade. Meade announced that the “Nemesis” would debut at ESW Red, White & Bruised on July 9th. He promised that the “Nemesis” would stop Mastiff from becoming ESW Heavyweight Champion on July 9th.

5. ESW Interstate Title: Kevin Grace beat Eric Everlast with a victory roll to retain the title.

6. A.C. beat “Coverboy” Cade Cassidy with a ropeflip moonsault.
-After winning, A.C. celebrated with “Party Guy” Brett Mednik.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title: Damien Alexander beat Chris Cooper after a spinning tombstone.
-As Cooper looked to be in serious trouble, Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston ran to the ring. They bought Cooper time to recover and distracted the referee as Cooper hit Damien with a chair from behind. The shot with the chair busted the top of Damien’s head wide open, but Damien still cameback to win.

ESW Red, White & Bruised
July 29th, 2005 from Prince of Peace School in Niagara Falls, NY

-Manager Tim Meade interrupted ring announcer Jordan Olivencia to begin the event. Meade promised that the Nemesis is in the building and that he would end Mastiff’s career tonight. Mastiff came out and told Meade that Damien Alexander would be watching his back in the main event if he brings out the Nemesis. This brought Damien Alexander to the ring, causing Meade to run up the aisle.

1. Adrian Xtremo beat Michael Elgin with a swinging DDT off the ropes.
-This was a special match added to the card late.

2. ESW Tag Team Title: The Final Solution (Eric Everlast & Ron Falco) beat Ash to become new champions.

3. Shawn Spears beat A.C. after a death valley driver.

-Chris Cooper came to the ring to complain about how badly he’s been screwed in his quest to become ESW Heavyweight Champion. He was interrupted by the return on Jonny Puma. Puma told Cooper he would never be as good as him, leading to Cooper sucker punching Puma and the two brawling. Wrestling Inc. members Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston ran down to help Cooper. Then, Club Elite members Randy Walker and Ice ran down to even the score. ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister came out and announced that Club Elite and Wrestling Inc. would square off in a six-man tag team match next, after intermission.

4. Club Elite (Randy Walker, Ice & Jonny Puma) beat Wrestling Incoporated (Benjamin Smythe, Brandon Thurston & Chris Cooper) when Puma pinned Thurston after the Jonny on the Spot.
-To win the match, all three members of Club Elite used their finishing manuevers on Thurston: Ice hitting the Frostbite (sit-out spinebuster), Walker hitting a Canadian Destroyer and finally Puma with the Jonny on the Spot.

5. Gabriel Saint beat Kid Justice with the frog splash.

6. Crazy Steve beat Cade Cassidy after a spinning pedigree off the second rope.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title: Damien Alexander beat Mastiff after hitting the Apocalypse Now three times to retain the title.
-When it appeared Mastiff had the ESW Heavyweight Title in his grasp, Manager Tim Meade came through the curtain. He pulled the referee out of the ring and announced that the Nemesis would now debut. Music hit, but then Damien Alexander hit Mastiff from behind with a chair. He then finished Mastiff off, hitting the Apocalypse Now three times. After the referee was rolled back in the ring and Mastiff was pinned, Manager Tim Meade introduced his first client as “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander.

ESW 3rd Anniversary
August 26th, 2005 from Frontier Fire Hall in Niagara Falls, NY

-Manager Tim Meade was the first guest of Cade Cassidy’s Hollywood Hotseat. Meade told the fans that Damien Alexander joined him and turned on Mastiff because he hated the fans all along. For two long years, Meade claimed, Damien hated the fans and had to pretend to like them to get to the top of ESW. Meade then introduced “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander and presented him the ESW Heavyweight Title. Meade said that Mastiff would not be getting a match against Damien and that the only person crazy enough to take a match against the champion was Crazy Steve. This was interrupted when Mastiff ran in the building and jumped Damien. Security and referees rushed the ring to break the two apart. Damien even cheaply stomped Mastiff as he was held back.

1. Shawn Spears beat Kid Justice by submission with a Boston crab.

-Chris Cooper’s music played as Club Elite (Randy Walker, Ice and Jonny Puma) came to the ring in Wrestling Inc. attire. Club Elite mocked Wrestling Inc. until Cooper, Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston came running out in their underwear, furious that their clothes had been stolen.

2. ESW Interstate Title: Gabriel Saint beat Kevin Grace to become new champion.
-After the referee went down, Hellcat, the owner of NWA Upstate (based in Rochester, NY) came to the ring and threw powder in Grace’s eyes, allowing Saint to become the new ESW Interstate Champion.

3. Randy Walker beat Michael Elgin with a roll-up.

4. Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston beat “Party Guy” Brett Mednik & A.C. when Thurston pinned A.C. after the Suplay.
-This was scheduled to be a one-on-one match between Thurston and A.C. since Smythe had injured his arm shortly before the match. Smythe took the microphone before the match and announced he would be wrestling anyway.
-After the match, Thurston challenged Randy Walker and Ice to a match on September 24th. Walker and Ice rushed to the ring, but Thurston and Smythe ran away.

5. Cody Steele beat Jake O’Reilly by submission with a triangle choke.
-Steele came out in a white tanktop and cut-off jeans. Before the match, he explained that losing to Crazy Steve back in March has ruined his life. He demanded a match with Crazy Steve next month, but would first beat Steve’s best friend, Jake O’Reilly.

6. Chris Cooper beat Jonny Puma after the Flashover.
-Puma had Cooper beat with the Jonny on the Spot, but Benjamin Smythe and Brandon Thurston pulled Puma out of the ring before Cooper could be pinned. Walker and Ice ran down to help Puma, allowing Cooper to catch Puma with the Flashover for the win.
-After the match, Puma challenged Cooper to a No-DQ match.

7. Ash beat Eric Everlast by countout.
-Ash came to the ring and talked about wanting to get back the ESW Tag Team Title and called out one-half of the champions (with Ron Falco), Eric Everlast. Everlast came out and told Ash if he could beat him, he could get a shot at the titles next month.

-Before the main event, ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister announced that Chris Cooper and Jonny Puma face each other again on September 24th at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall. But this time in a No-DQ match and no interference! He also announced Randy Walker and Ice will go against Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston in a tag team match.

8. ESW Heavyweight Title: “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander beat Crazy Steve after the Apocalypse Now.
-After Crazy Steve was defeated, Manager Tim Meade pulled a bodybag out of his briefcase. Damien began to put Crazy Steve in the bodybag until Mastiff ran out from the back of the building, carrying a wooden baseball bat. Mastiff chased Meade and Damien up the aisle. Mastiff came back to the ring and verbally thrashed Damien on the microphone.

ESW “Explosion de Lucha Libre”
September 17th, 2005 from Holy Cross Center in Buffalo, NY

1. Brandon Thurston & Chris Cooper beat the Olsen Twins when Cooper pinned Colin after the Flashover.

-J-Man came out for an interview and was interrupted by Cade Cassidy. Cassidy explained that he only wanted to shake J-Man’s hand. When that happened, Cassidy’s personal assistant Armand ran in and attacked J-Man from behind. After double-teaming J-Man, Cassidy hit the Coverboy. With J-Man laying, Cassidy challenged him to a match. J-Man accepted.

2. Jonny Puma beat Benjamin Smythe after the Jonny on the Spot.

3. Armand beat Jake O’Reilly by disqualification when O’Reilly hit Armand with a chair.

4. Mastiff beat Ron Falco after a modified gutbuster.

5. ESW Interstate Title Match: Gabriel Saint beat Randy Walker with the frog splash to retain.
-Walker hit the Canadian Destroyer on Saint, but Benjamin Smythe ran down, pulling the referee out of the ring. As the referee tried to break up brawling between Smythe and Ice, Brandon Thurston ran down to the ring and knocked Walker out with a loaded fist, allowing Saint to hit the frog splash and prevent him from winning the title. Walker & Ice face Smythe & Thurston on 9/24 at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall.

6. “Party Guy” Brett Mednik beat El Lucho Grande with the Hangover.

7. ESW Heavyweight Champion “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander beat A.C. after the Apocalypse Now.
-Before the match began, as soon as Damien Alexander and Manager Tim Meade made their entrance, they were jumped by Mastiff. Security had to pulled Mastiff and Damien apart and drag Mastiff to the back for the match to start.

8. J-Man beat Cade Cassidy after a flying elbowdrop.

ESW Fallout
September 24th, 2005 from St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

1. Crazy Steve beat Cody Steele.

-Mastiff was the guest on Cade Cassidy’s “Hollywood Hotseat.” This led to an impromptu match between Mastiff and Cassidy’s personal assistant, Armand.

2. Mastiff beat Armand.

3. Tiana beat She-Nay-Nay.

-NWA Upstate Owner Hellcat, ESW Interstate Champion Gabriel Saint and NWA Upstate wrestler Charisma, stormed the ring, unnanounced and unscheduled. They manhandled ring announcer Jordan Olivencia, berated the audience and promised the ESW fans that they had seen nothing yet.

4. Randy Walker & Ice beat Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston.

5. ESW Tag Team Title Match: The Final Solution (Eric Everlast & Ron Falco) beat Brett Mednik & Hornet to retain.
-Ash was originally scheduled to be on the card, to challenge Everlast & Falco for the ESW Tag Team Title. Falco and Everlast came out, announcing that Ash wasn’t there and challenged anyone to come out. “Party Guy” Brett Mednik came out. After that, 2 Legit’s music played as Hornet returned to ESW.
-After Mednik was pinned, as Hornet helped him up, he superkicked him in the face. Hornet kicked Mednik out of the ring and took the microphone. He went on a huge tirade on the fans, talking about breaking his back for them and receiving nothing in return. Infuriated, Hornet shouted, “2 Legit, Ash, and all you people can kiss my Fijian ass!” and walked out.

6. ESW Heavyweight Title Match: “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander beat Shawn Spears to retain the title.
-After Damien retained the title, Mastiff ran to the ring, again with a baseball bat. He took the microphoned and talked about wanting to get the ESW Heavyweight Title away from Damien. ESW Commissioner Clayton T. McAllister came out and announced Mastiff as the new #1 contender to the ESW Heavyweight Title.

7. No DQ, No Interference: Jonny Puma beat Chris Cooper.
-After a memorable battle between Puma and Cooper, an army of NWA Upstate wrestlers, including Hellcat, Gabriel Saint (holder of the ESW Interstate Title), Eric Everlast & Ron Falco (holders of the ESW Tag Team Title) and Charisma, rushed the ring and destroyed an already exhausted and beaten Jonny Puma. Soon, members of the ESW locker room ran to the ring to defend their company that was clearly under attack. The brawl continued from the ringside area, to the parking lot, at which point the local police were contacted.

 

ESW Pilgrims & Piledrivers Pictures
November 26th, 2005 from Frontier Fire Hall in Niagara Falls, NY

1. Chris Cooper beat Kevin Grace.

2. Hollywood Hotseat, hosted by Cade Cassidy (w/ Armand).

3. Wrestling Express (Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston) beat the Olsen Twins (Jimmy & Colin).

4. ESW Interstate Title: Gabriel Saint beat Crazy Steve to retain the title.

5. Brett Mednik beat Cody Steele by countout.

6. Loser Leaves Town: Ash beat Hornet.

7. ESW Tag Team Title: Ice & Randy Walker beat The Final Solution (Eric Everlast & Ron Falco) by disqualification. Everlast & Falco retained.

8. ESW Heavyweight Title: “Mastiff” Will Christiansen beat “The Nemesis” Damien Alexander to become new champion.

ESW Season’s Beatings Pictures
December 9th, 2005 at St. Johnsburg Fire Hall in Wheatfield, NY

New ESW commissioner and owner of NWA Upstate, Hellcat came to the ring.

1. First Round – ESW Interstate Title #1 Contender’s Tournament: Cade Cassidy beat Brett Mednik with a school boy pin, using the ropes.

2. First Round – ESW Interstate Title #1 Contender’s Tournament: Jake O’Reilly beat Kevin Grace after a piledriver.

3. Cody Steele beat Crazy Steve after an inverted piledriver.

Chris Cooper came out for an interview.

4. NWA Upstate vs. Empire State Wrestling Street Fight: Ice, Randy Walker & Jonny Puma beat Ron Falco, Eric Everlast & Gabriel Saint when Puma pinned Falco after the Jonny on the Spot.

5. The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) beat Benjamin Smythe & Brandon Thurston when Acid pinned Smythe after a double crucifix powerbomb.

6. Finals of #1 Cotenders Tournament to ESW Interstate Title: Jake O’Reilly beat Cade Cassidy with an ankle lock.

7. ESW Heavyweight Title: “Mastiff” Will Christiansen beat Chris Cooper after a flipping powerbomb off the top-rope.