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3CW Friday 13th July - Midsummer Showdown 2012


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We're proud to announce that on Friday the 13th of July 2012 (lucky for some!) 3CW will end a lengthy absence from the town and return to Redcar to debut at the Redcar Bowl!


We'll have the first matches announced for you all this weekend, but in the meanwhile, talent set to appear include:


3CW Champion Martin Kirby

Kris Travis

James Scott

Dragon Aisu


A trio of Redcar born stars, including:

"Simply the Best" Chris Whitton

Andy "Pitbull" Swan

Lance Thunder


Check back soon for more updates!


DOORS: 7pm




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The only results I can find are...


El Ligero defeated Anthony Idol

'3CW North East Champion' Mohmed Ameen defeated Cameron Kraze

Kris Travis defeated '3CW Champion' Martin Kirby

James Scott (Darkside) defeated Andy O'Sullivan

Nikki Storm defeated Priscilla Queen of the Ring


Main event was '3CW Tag Team Champions' BMW vs Chris Whitton and Andy Swan but I couldn't find a result for it.

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BMW attacked Andy Swan who was giving an interview about his title match this evening. Luckily, Chris Whitton made the save


1) El Ligero def. Anthony Idol in 13:23


2) Mohmed Ameen successfully defended the North East title against Cameron Kraze at 14:19


Martin Kirby refused to defend the Triple Crown in Redcar but agreed that if he lost to Kris Travis this evening, Travis would get the shot at the next 3cw show in Redcar

3) Kris Travis bested Martin Kirby in a non-title match in 11:14


4) Darkside James Scott pinned Andy O' Sullivan in 11:52


5) Nicky Storm and Kirsty Love went to a no contest at 2:58 when Priscilla Queen of the Ring interrupted and challenged either woman to face him/her


6) Nicky Storm upset Priscilla in 5:52 with Love in her corner


7) It appeared Chris Whitton & Andy Swan won the tag team titles from BMW (Damen O' Conner & Mark Coffee replacing the injured Scott Renwick) at the 8:38 point. However, second referee Andrew Dixon made the count when John Myers was down. Myers restarted the match in protest and a distracted Chris Whitton was rolled up by BMW three seconds later to lose the match and official decision.

c) Following the call, Whitton and Swan challenged BMW to a Street Fight on November 16th, again at the Redcar Bowl.

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I can confirm the above results, BMW defeated Whitton and Swan in the main event. Swan and Whitton thought they'd had the belts won when Ref Myers took a tumble and Ref Dixon stepped in to count the fall. Myers, however, ruled the match had to continue and BMW got a sneaky roll up with a handful of tights to retain. Post match Whitton challenged the Scottish Duo to a Redcar Street Fight at our return to the Bowl on the 16th November.


EDIT ...beaten to it by our webadmin! haha

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