Jump to content

All Star Wrestling results


Recommended Posts

Ringo Ryan [who reminds me at times of Jim Breaks] pinned Josh Faulkner.

Josh is only 16 but certainly looks the part. He's still green [which is understandable] but the potential is there in my opinion.

 

Programme had 'Eric Oslo' v James Mason. Immediately thought of the 'Eric Oslo' I saw in Margate about 12 years ago, Erik Isaksen, however this was not him.

I think it was Aaron Frost, but I could be wrong. Anyway, Mason won.

 

Rampage Brown pinned Shinya Ishikawa.

 

Dean Allmark beat Nathan Cruz in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.

Good match, they fought on the stage and in the crowd.

Rampage Brown attacked Allmark after the match, which prompted Mason to run in and make the save.

A challenge for a tag match was issued for the next show, which I hope is not forgotten about as Deano and Mason v Cruz and Rampage looks all kinds of good on paper.

 

The Hooligans lost to Tony Spitfire and Danny Driscoll via DQ

Hooligans flew around the ring and bumped their backsides off for their opponents, in a manner that reminded me of The Superflys some 20 years ago [kinda apt, I guess]. Much like their predecessors, Zak and Zebra got mouthy with the locals and the batty old woman at ringside too.

 

I love The Hooligans and reckon they'd be a great addition to the WWE tag ranks. Sadly, with Royston's past he would probably struggle to get a visa but maybe Zak could play the role with, say, Martin Stone instead. My only concern then would be the loss of chemistry that the team has currently, with Zak and Zebra being related.

 

Anyway, probably never happen but a guy can dream.

Jim Breaks was one of the finest workers this country has ever seen! His psychology was second to none, Ringo Ryan???? Er what can i say without being rude? Well let just say he is no Jim Breaks, Not in any sense of the word?

I enjoyed the Brown v Shinya Ishikawa match

The second half was decent by All Star standards? Bad finish to the tag match IMO. I do agree with your opinions of the Hooligans, When they are not trying to be the Bushwackers they are a good tag team.

Thought the crowd was a little flat bt Hull standards? Never one to shy away from controversy! I would like to suggest that if you took every worker on this card down the road 4 miles to a different promotion, You would have got twice the show for half the price! Both are family shows, But one has a lot higher standards than the other!

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 1.2k
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Thread resurrection for this afternoon's epic showdown at Reading's Hexagon. Match 1 Vito Peru Vs Tony Spitfire Vito Peru bested Tony Spitfire with some underhanded tactics and a sunset flip

Went to see All Star in Sunderland and met such characters as Bryan Danielson. A fan (wearing a Cactus Jack shirt) came up to him and asked him to sign a ROH poster with Danielson on it. Danielson (We

Ringo Ryan [who reminds me at times of Jim Breaks] pinned Josh Faulkner.

Josh is only 16 but certainly looks the part. He's still green [which is understandable] but the potential is there in my opinion.

 

Programme had 'Eric Oslo' v James Mason. Immediately thought of the 'Eric Oslo' I saw in Margate about 12 years ago, Erik Isaksen, however this was not him.

I think it was Aaron Frost, but I could be wrong. Anyway, Mason won.

 

Rampage Brown pinned Shinya Ishikawa.

 

Dean Allmark beat Nathan Cruz in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.

Good match, they fought on the stage and in the crowd.

Rampage Brown attacked Allmark after the match, which prompted Mason to run in and make the save.

A challenge for a tag match was issued for the next show, which I hope is not forgotten about as Deano and Mason v Cruz and Rampage looks all kinds of good on paper.

 

The Hooligans lost to Tony Spitfire and Danny Driscoll via DQ

Hooligans flew around the ring and bumped their backsides off for their opponents, in a manner that reminded me of The Superflys some 20 years ago [kinda apt, I guess]. Much like their predecessors, Zak and Zebra got mouthy with the locals and the batty old woman at ringside too.

 

I love The Hooligans and reckon they'd be a great addition to the WWE tag ranks. Sadly, with Royston's past he would probably struggle to get a visa but maybe Zak could play the role with, say, Martin Stone instead. My only concern then would be the loss of chemistry that the team has currently, with Zak and Zebra being related.

 

Anyway, probably never happen but a guy can dream.

Jim Breaks was one of the finest workers this country has ever seen! His psychology was second to none, Ringo Ryan???? Er what can i say without being rude? Well let just say he is no Jim Breaks, Not in any sense of the word?

I enjoyed the Brown v Shinya Ishikawa match

The second half was decent by All Star standards? Bad finish to the tag match IMO. I do agree with your opinions of the Hooligans, When they are not trying to be the Bushwackers they are a good tag team.

Thought the crowd was a little flat bt Hull standards? Never one to shy away from controversy! I would like to suggest that if you took every worker on this card down the road 4 miles to a different promotion, You would have got twice the show for half the price! Both are family shows, But one has a lot higher standards than the other!

 

Let me clarify my Jim Breaks comment - I meant that some of his heelish mannerisms and 'crybaby' antics that he uses in his matches just had me thinking 'Ah yeah, Jim Breaks used to do that kinda thing'. I agree Breaks was the FAR superior worker.

 

Yeah, the Cruz/Allmark match was good but I did feel that the crowd heat generated at the Eastmount [a venue not even half the size] was far more than the one last night. Not the wrestlers fault, as they worked hard and had a good match.

Edited by Snitsky's back acne
Link to post
Share on other sites

Last nights results from Corn Exchange, Ipswich show featuring a 4 man knockout tournament with James Mason, El Ligero, Sir Robin & Collusus.

 

Match 1: Tony Spitfire beat Tommy Dean

Match 2: James Mason beat Sir Robin

Match 3: Collusus beat El Ligero

 

Break

 

Match 4: James Mason beat Collusus (following LOTS of interference from Lady Lori, Sir Robin & El Ligero)

Match 5: Marty Scurll & Zack Zabre Jr beat Mark Haskins & Nathan Cruz

 

Crowd - Approx 300.

 

Ring Announcer: Steve Lynskey

Referee: Frankie Sloan

 

Overall a very good show, miles better than some recent All Star shows at Ipswich. The tag match was by far the best match on the show, it looked like the wrestlers were allowed to veer away from the standard All Star style of wrestling. The crowd were really into it and featured a few "TNA" & "Take Me Out" chants.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 1 month later...

Update from All Star's website.....

 

Finlay is announced for Croydon on 1 June, Hayes on 2 June, Gravesend on 6 June, Skegness on 7 June, Hastings on 8 June, Tunbridge Wells on 9 June.

If anyone attends these shows, as always, please post results here.

 

Also, TNA's Robbie E is working a few All Star dates.

He is announced for 9 April at Embassy in Skegness, Butlins at Bognor on 10 April, Gravesend on 11 April.

Link to post
Share on other sites
  • 4 weeks later...

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

Loading...
×
×
  • Create New...