Full results are in from “Upper Limits 2012” in Centereach!

The show started off with VsK in the ring, telling the fans in Centereach that he was going to climb his way to the top, but that he wanted his shot right now with Victory Pro Wrestling Champion Kevin “Mister” Tibbs, even calling him out to face him tonight for the title.

That’s when Tibbs came out, and he told VsK that if he wanted to face him for the title that he would, in fact, have to face everyone in the back.  In fact, Tibbs said he had Victory Pro Wrestling management approve a match that did just that, an over-the-top battle royal to declare the number one contender for the title, and Tibbs would fight the winner in the main event.

Battle Royal to determine the #1 Contender
for the VPW Championship

“Second to None” Alex Anthony defeated VsK, Jay Delta, “Firebird” Jorge Santi, Destructico, Razzle Dazzle, “Your Hero” Mike Magnum, Flames, Dr. Lamar Braxton Porter, “The German Hammer” Josef Von Schmidt, and Xander Page
This over-the-top battle royal featured the return of Dr. Lamar Braxton Porter and Flames to Victory Pro Wrestling, although Flames did wrestle last week under the mask of Destructico.  It was an explosive way to start the show off, and everyone in the ring realized this was their chance to main event.

The final three wrestlers were VsK, Anthony, and former VPW Champion Von Schmidt.  The uphill battle for VsK to scratch and claw his way to the top of the ladder came to a screeching halt after he was eliminated by former Von Schmidt.  Moments later, though, Alex Anthony capitalized and eliminated Von Schmidt to win the match.

Romeo Roselli taunting the crowd

VPW New York State Championship
“K-Fresh” Kevin Fulton (c) d. “The Heartthrob” Romeo Roselli by disqualification
This match featured the return to Centereach for Romeo Roselli, and his first chance to challenge for the New York State Championship.  Fulton, while suffering an injury last week, stayed true to his word by being a fighting champion and showed no signs of pain.

Early on, Roselli and Fulton were able to go toe to toe, but in the end Roselli started to dominate.  The southpaw refused to lose, and that frustrated “The Heartthrob,” to the point where he shoved the ring and caused the disqualification.

After the match, Roselli told the fans that he was the real winner, and that Fulton was the real loser, and that now he remembers why he hadn’t been back to Centereach for two years.  The fans booed him as he said that he would become the New York State Champion.

Dr. Lamar Braxton Porter in a Josef von Schmidt chinlock

Fatal Four Way
Zombie d. Xander Page, “The German Hammer” Josef Von Schmidt, and Dr. Lamar Braxton Porter
This free-for-all one fall match featured four big men and could not contain all the action inside the ring.  Zombie and Page fought outside the ring, and at one point Von Schmidt and Porter also battled at ringside.

Page was able to connect with two choke slams on The Zombie, but that was not enough to keep him down.  Zombie was able to hit him with his fireman’s carry slam for the win.

Kai Katana d. VsK
While frustrated he did not win the battle royal, VsK was determined to his dedication to fighting anyone in the locker room to become the top contender to the Victory Pro Wrestling Championship.  His next opponent: “The Asian Adonis” Kai Katana.

A hard fought battle between the hungry VsK and the savage undefeated newcomer was seemingly coming to an end as VsK was setting up his opponent for the superkick when Tibbs’ music started, distracting VsK long enough to get attacked from behind.  Katana flew through the air with a beautiful moonsault and scored the win.

After the match, Tibbs hysterically danced in the ring over VsK, mocking him and celebrating his loss against Katana.

Rosita (w/ Mikey Old School) d. Jillian Hall (w/ Jacob Hendrix and Grop)
Former WWE Diva Jillian Hall, while standing taller than her opponent, was no match for the scrappy hometown heroine.  Things came to a crashing end for Jillian when Rosita went to the top rope.  Hendrix and Grop tried to keep her from flying, but Rosita was able to kick them both off.  For good measure, Mikey Old School delivered a rocking clothesline to the “Rock and Grop Experience” as Rosita rolled up Jillian Hall for the victory.

VPW Tag Team Championship
Ricky Reyes & EJ Risk (c) d.
Brian XL and Amazing Red
Brian XL defeated Ricky Reyes last week in Islip.  Amazing Red and Brian XL pinned Eclipse in a Triple Threat Tag Team match in Deer Park.  Momentum was on their side, and they almost took the victory, but Risk kicked the momentum from XL’s jaw with a springboard kick to defend the championship.

After the match, Risk sang to the crowd’s dismay, celebrating another victory, but didn’t get to finish the song as Red and XL chased them to the locker room.

"Mister" Kevin Tibbs showing his frustration

VPW Championship
Kevin “Mister” Tibbs (c) d. “Second to None” Alex Anthony
Alex Anthony showed that his victory in the battle royal was not a fluke as he was able to go toe to toe with the Victory Pro Wrestling Champion.  The fans were on their feet for this match, but in the end it was the champion showing why everyone calls him “Mister Tibbs” as he picked up the win.

After the match, though, he kept attacking Anthony.  VsK came out with the save to the defeated challenger and knocked out Tibbs with the superkick.  He then grabbed the mic and challenged him for the Victory Pro Wrestling Championship at “Carnage in Centereach VII” on June 30.


Victory Pro Wrestling has a rich history of professional wrestling on Long Island, performing in St. James, Centereach, Deer Park, Babylon, North Babylon, Islip, Sachem, and Hofstra University. Since 2005, Victory Pro Wrestling raised thousands of dollars in fundraisers for our communities.