January 18, 2022
Tickets on sale now for VPW 149: Before the Storm in February ICYMI: New champion crowned; Andre’s Absolute Betrayal; Tibbs talks titles; and the Coach/Collins finale. Results from VPW 148: Devastation Eric James defends the New York State Championship against VPW newcomer Dante Drago at Devastation 12/18 Are the Even Stevens true champions or were they just at the right place at the right time?

RESULTS: May 1st, 2010 – “VPW Scorned”

VPW Championship
Mack Daddy Flexx (c) d. “Cuban Crippler” Ricky Reyes
The show opened with Ricky Reyes rudely interrupting ring announcer McKenzie Williams’ greetings to the fans. Reyes said that he wouldn’t wait to the main event and he wants his title match right now. Flexx, never a man to back down, stormed the ring and the match was on. Seven months of anger and frustration came to a head. While the match was almost dead even, in the end Reyes succumbed to the VPW Champion. Just as Flexx was starting to celebrate, Reyes attacked from behind and laid out the champ. Reyes made it known that this was not over.

Then just as things were calming down at ringside, Joe So Delicious’ music hit and he helped his friend up. There was some lighthearted bantering back and forth, but Joe made it clear that he’s still waiting for another title shot since last fall, Reyes and Von Schmidt ruined that one. Joe also reminded Flexx that he was the one that actually defeated Jason Static, not Flexx. Flexx said that he has no problem with Joe getting a shot, but first he had to go through the second baddest man in VPW. Joe guessed at who that was, but wasn’t successful so Flexx called him out….Razzle Dazzle.

“Ultra Sexy” Joe So Delicious d. Razzle Dazzle
Razzle Dazzle verbally put Joe and Flexx in their places and shockingly had the upperhand in the match for a few minutes. That didn’t last long and Joe was soon victorious.

Funky Fresh Boyz (K-Funk & K-Fresh) w/ Ms. Terri d. Los Ben Dejos
The former VPW Tag Team Champions defeated two newcomers from south of the border in an exciting tag team match that featured classic tag team wrestling with plenty of double team maneuvers.

Sumie Sakai d. Sweet Pea
In Sumie Sakai’s debut, she was victorious over Jason Static’s valet, in her first official VPW match. Jason Static came down to the ring to help Sweet Pea up. Just as they were on their feet, Jerry Fitzwater came out singing with Grop the Caveman.

The Jerry Fitzwater Show
Static was not pleased to be interrupted by Fitzwater and Grop. He even asked him if he had a point to being out there. Static then turned to a much more serious tone as he started discussing his relationship with Sweet Pea outside of the ring. This brought out Minyon, the real life boyfriend of Sweet Pea. Minyon came out in street clothes and for the first time no make up. A brawl broke out almost immediately and it took three referees and half of the locker room to break it up. It looked like these two would have to settle it in the ring later on, if they didn’t kill each other first.

Zombie d. Big Money
Big Money looks to have quickly broken off from Old School Unlimited, but that didn’t help his chances against the Zombie.

VPW New York State Championship
VSK (c) d. E.J. Risk
In only their second singles match against each other in VPW, VSK retained in a dead even match against E.J. Risk. The match was not without some controversy as the referee was briefly knocked down and Risk clearly had a three count on the champion during that time. Following the match, Risk challenged VSK to a rematch on May 15th in Deer Park, which was accepted.

VPW Tag Team Championship
“The Resurrection of Tag Team Wrestling” Eclipse (Jay Delta & Xander Page) (c) d. Crossfire (Flames & Nick Saint) w/ Mikey Old School & Main Men (Mike Magnum & Johnny “Muscles” Marinara
The three-time VPW Tag Team Champions came out and boasted to the fans. They knew they were going to be defending the titles, but seemed not to care against whom. Out came Mikey Old School, manager of Old School Unlimited. He was accompanied by Nick Saint and Flames. Old School is still pissed about Eclipse attacking him back in January and put Saint and Flames together to try and take the gold. Just as the match was set to begin, The Main Men came down and wanted in as well. In the end, Xander Page pinned Mike Magnum in this wild one fall to a finish match.

Jason Static w/ Sweet Pea d. Minyon w/ Black Rose
Our main event ended up being more of a fight than a wrestling match and understandably so. Minyon came out with only one side of his face painted while Static came out gloating. Sweet Pea got involved, but paid the price as Minyon had enough and let loose on her. Seizing the opportunity, Static hit Minyon belowe the belt and practically stole the match. Black Rose had enough of Minyon and walked off in disgust. This is clearly not over.

Leave a Reply