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COMPLETE JAPW LIVE COVERAGE: HOMICIDE VS. JUSHIN LIGER FOR THE FIRST TIME, ONE HELL OF A CLASSY MOMENT TO CLOSE THE SHOW AND MORE

By Mike Johnson on 2010-05-22 19:32:26

Welcome to PWInsider.com's live coverage of Jersey All Pro Wrestling "Notorious Thunder" in Rahway, NJ at the Rec Center.

Rhett Titus vs. DJ Hyde

It's ROH vs. CZW!  They locked up with Hyde getting the early advantage.  Hyde missed a slap after Rhett taunted him.  Rhett grabbed a sideheadlock but was shot into the ropes.  Rhett tried to take him down with shoulder tackles but was unsuccessful.  He finally kicked Hyde in the gut and started working over his arm.  Hyde reversed it but Titus escaped and used a La Magistral for a two count.  Hyde missed a clothesline and was caught with a running knee lift and a neckbreaker for a one count.

Hyde went to the floor and Titus went for a diving kick out of the ring but got caught up in the ropes.  They battled on the outside and Titus was dumped over the guard rail into the crowd.  Hyde brought him back in and chopped away at him on the floor.  Back in the ring, Titus tried to fire back but was cut off with a running clothesline in the corner.  Hyde went for a slam but Titus slipped out and nailed a dropkick.  He went to the top rope and came off with a flying kneedrop but not before nearly slipping.

Hyde came back with a running lariat and scored the pin.

Your winner, DJ Hyde!

OK opener.

JAPW Light Heavyweight champion Bandido Jr. vs. Devon Moore.

Moore slid out of the ring and attacked Bandido as he made his way around the ringside area.  He wailed away on him with chops until they returned to the ring.  Bandido came back with some deep armdrags.  Moore retreated to the floor and was hit with a suicide dive.  Bandido got a two count off of the dive, then followed up with several more.  Bandido charged Moore in the corner but was caught with a thumb to the eye.  Moore choked him against the ropes, then slid out of the ring with a big right hand.  He nailed a fistdrop off the ropes for a near fall.

Bandido was cinched in a rear chinlock but made a comeback, until Moore killed him with a running clothesline in the corner and a huge double knee off the ropes for a near fall.  Moore nailed a Yakuza Kick and a backdrop driver for a two count.  Bandido, who was busted open, came back with a series of suplexes and a sitdownbomb for a two count.  Moore grabbed the referee to distract that he kicked Bandido low.

Moore went to the top rope and went for a shooting star press, but missed.  Bandido came back with a Kryptonite Krunch for the pin.

Your winner and still champion, Bandido Jr.!

Fun, high flying stuff.

JAPW Women's champion Sara del Rey vs. Annie Social

They trash talked a the start.  Social caught del Rey with a Lucha takedown but was soon overpowered.  Rey took her to the mat and rubbed her face in the canvas.  Rey drilled a knee into Social's face and then hit a sideslam for a two count.  Rey worked her over with chops against the ropes, then pulled her into a sitdown pinfall situation for a two count.  Rey went for a suplex but Social blocked it and packaged her for a two count.

Social locked on a triangle choke but Rey powered her up and cinched in a double arm suplex.

Good stuff.

JAPW promoter Frank Iadevia announced that in September, TNA will be promoting a house show here at the venue with TNA champion Rob Van Dam, Jeff Hardy, The Beautiful People and Team 3D announced.  Some fans chanted "We want Hogan."   The official date will be announced shortly.  TNA official Pat Kenney is in attendance tonight.

The Garden State Gods, Mike Quest & Corvis Fear vs. Sami Callihan & Chris Dickinson

The Gods were waiting at the curtain for Dickinson and Callihan and they all brawled in the aisle and at ringside to start.  Callihan ended in the ring with both and fought them off, until they overwhelmed him.  The storyline was that Callihan was hurt but still tried to gut it out.  A number of officials came out and brought him to the back.  The Gods tried to attack him in the aisle but Dickinson blocked.  They swarmed him and began beating him in the ring, so it turned into a handicap situation.  Dickinson came back but was nailed with a moonsault to the floor.  The Gods continued to work over Dickinson, getting several near falls.

Dickinson came back with a slam and began cleaning house.  He nailed a series of suplexes.  The Gods nailed a neckbreaker-frog splash combination off the ropes.  Dickinson fought back with chops.  He tricked the Gods into taking each other out, then came off the ropes on Fear.  He nailed a Pump Handle Slam for a two count.   The Gods nailed a double slam for a two count.  In the aisle, Callihan stumbled out from backstage and eventually made his way to the ring, begging to be tagged in.

 Dickinson obliged and Callihan worked over Fear until Quest superkicked him in the back.  Dicksinson finally hit a German suplex and he and Callihan both scored the pin.

Your winners, Callihan & Dickinson!

They all brawled to the back.

Eddie Kingston vs. Steve Corino.

Kingston and Corino both insulted The "Green Lantern Fan" at ringside.  Kingston took the mic and said tonight, everyone is going crazy in the ring because Jushin Liger is here.  He asked Corino if he was ready to tear down the house.  Corino took the mic and said he's been waiting a long time to wrestle Kingston.  He said Kingston is the only reason he's even here tonight.  He said that what's important tonight is showing who the best old school wrestler is and why Corino thinks he and Kingston would be a great team..and then slugged Kingston.

Corino worked over Kingston, who began nailing a series of rights and a running splash in the corner.  Kingston rode Corino to the mat and cinched in a rear chinlock.   Corino began to elbow his way out but Kingston kicked him in the gut as Corino rebounded off the ropes.  Corino was dumped through the ropes to the floor.  Kingston teased tossing him into the crowd but instead tossed him into the ring.   Corino made a comeback and rubbed Kingston's eyes against the ropes.

They exchanged a series of strikes in the center of the ring.  Kingston went down to one knee but fought back.  He headbutt Corino and covered him for a two count.  Corino nailed several running lariats but Kingston drilled him with a rear for the pin.

Your winner, Eddie Kingston!

Corino toiok the mic and asked Kingston who taught him to punch like that.  Corino said he wishes they went longer and wishes there were better looking people in the crowd.  They ripped the crowd, then raised each others' arms.  Corino teased hitting Kingston, then smiled.  Kingston ripped on Green Lantern Fan again on the way out.

 

Stay tuned to PWInsider.com all evening for continued coverage of Liger vs. Homicide at Jersey All Pro Wrestling!


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