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10/15/2011 – Santa Maria, California

This event is available for purchase on DVD
produced by
Highlight Media
 

TERROR RISING 2011
The biggest event of the year with added action!

 

 

SANTA MARIA, CA (VP) — Santa Maria always packs the house for Vendetta Pro, and this night was no different as nearly 1,000 fans came to see what would be one of the biggest Professional Wrestling events of the year in the State of California. The show began with an awesome warm-up, as the band Society’s Child played a high-energy set for the crowd as they filled in to the building, prepping them for a hot night of wrestling action!
The Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship is slowly becoming one of the most sought-after Championship titles in all of Professional Wrestling. Over the past two and a half years, wrestlers who have held major, World-level Championship titles have challenged for the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight title, only to come up just a bit short. Paul London, a former WWE World Tag-Team and Cruiserweight Champion, has attempted to take the title and failed. Former CMLL World Heavyweight and WWE Intercontinental and World Tag-Team Champion Val Venis has attempted to take the title and failed. Former ECW & NWA World Heavyweight Champion Raven made a bid for the title and came up short. Now, another former World Champion would make his bid to become the next Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion. Former WCW & WWE World Cruiserweight, WWE World Tag-Team, and ECW World Heavyweight Champion Chavo Guerrero Jr challenged Shannon Ballard for the Vendetta Pro crown. Would the third-generation wrestler and member of the famous Guerrero family succeed in doing what others of his caliber have only tried?
In addition, the battle between Eric Watts and The Midnight Delight would continue as Billy Blade and former Vendetta Pro Heavyweight Champ Sean Casey would do battle against the WWE Tough Enough 5 contestant. However, Watts would have some well-qualified backup in former WWE World Tag-Team Champion and second-generation wrestler David Hart Smith. Would Watts finally be able to shut the mouths of The Midnight Delight, or would Blade & Casey continue to be a thorn in the side of the big man?
The epic battle in the Tag-Team division between Dos Perfectos and SU/KA continues, as the Vendetta Pro Tag-Team Championship would be put on the line in a Two-out-of-Three Falls match! We know that SU/KA can beat Dos Perfectos, and that in-turn, Dos Perfectos can beat SU/KA. The question is, which team can do it TWICE in the same night?
In recent months, Brawlin’ Bo Cooper has been harassed by up-and-coming star J.D. Horror, both in-and-out of the ring. Horror believes that Cooper is washed up, and needs to be put into retirement. Cooper believes that the angry youngster needs to be taught a hard lesson in respect. Now, each side would get their crew and rendezvous in a Five-For-Fighting Elimination Tag-Team match!
All this, and so much more, This Is Vendetta Pro!

Here now are the results from this epic event, Vendetta Pro Wrestling Terror Rising 2011:

 

Opening Match
One-Fall Tri-Force Match
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tri-Force Championship

Todd Chandler
-vs.-
“Mega Bucks”
Mario Banks

-vs.-
Vendetta Pro Tri-Force Champion
Disco Machine

Todd Chandler made his Vendetta Pro Wrestling debut, filling in for Brandon Gatson, which meant he would now receive the shot at the Tri-Force title. Mario Banks got another opportunity at the Tri-Force title, after coming up short in his previous match for the then-vacant title. Since he was a top contender for the title and was not the one pinned back at September 2 Remember, it was fair that he receive another opportunity. Disco Machine would make his first defense of the title since winning it last month in Bakersfield. This was another “one-fall” Tri-Force match, meaning that the first person to get a pinfall or force a submission would be declared the winner and Champion. In the end, the Disco Machine was successful in defending and retaining his title.

Winner by Pinfall
and STILL
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tri-Force Champion:

Disco Machine

 

Singles Match
The Drunken Irishman
-vs.-
Mike Menace

Mike Menace is almost always in a bad mood. The only things that please him are watching his Detroit Lions win, and beating people until they are loopy. Unfortunately for Menace, The Drunken Irishman tends to be loopy before a match even starts, and this night would be no different. Even though the Irishman was, as usual, drunk before the match began, it doesn’t mean he can’t fight. However, his awareness was obviously in-doubt from the very beginning, and at one point, the Irishman rolled up the referee in a School Boy pin attempt, which led to Menace making a three count and even raising the Irishman’s hand. Soon, the Irishman realized just who it was who was raising his hand in “victory”, but it came too late as Menace floored him with a brutal Clothesline. In the end, it was Menace who capitalized on the situation and who, while still in a bad mood, at least left Santa Maria with the victory.

Winner by Pinfall:
Mike Menace

 

Five-for-Fighting
Ten-Man Elimination Tag-Team Match

The Terror Squad
The Team of:
J.D. Horror
“The Apostle” Judah Matthew
Sledge
Sam Knight
Anthony “Tank” Alvarado

-vs.-
The Brew Crew
The Team of:
“Rude, Crude & Tattooed” Brawlin’ Bo Cooper
Clay Tawzer
“Bad Boy” Brad Tyler
Ricky Ruffin
Tenchismo

Two teams of five battle for survival in the Five-For-Fighting elimination tag-team match! J.D. Horror isn’t one for making friends, and yet, he had assembled quite a formidable team. Cooper brought in a team of young, but fired-up competitors ready to go to battle. This match featured a double countout as well as a couple of disqualifications–both of them critical, as nobody on the Terror Squad had an answer for Clay Tawzer, other than to cause a controversial disqualification when one member of the Terror Squad picked up a chair, only to toss it to Tawzer and then fake as if he were the one nailed with it. In the end, the last two remaining were the team captains, J.D. Horror and Brawlin’ Bo Cooper. This was when the second disqualification took place, as another member of the Terror Squad came in to assault Cooper as he was about to finish off Horror.

Sole survivor and
winner of the match:

Brawlin’ Bo Cooper

After the match:

Horror and company continued to assault Cooper, attempting to handcuff him and use a pizza slicer on the already-bloodied big man. Fortunately, in to the rescue was Mario Banks, who was able to chase off the assailants. A rightfully-enraged Cooper, bleeding from the head and mouth, angrily challenged J.D. Horror to an anything-goes “Santa Maria Street Fight” to take place at Winter Wonder Slam on December 4 right back in Santa Maria. Will it put an end to the bloody feud? Only time will tell. One thing is for certain, and that is that J.D. Horror has come to bring violence back to Professional Wrestling, but in doing so, he’s awakened not an old Bo Cooper… but THE old Brawlin’ Bo.

 

Tag-Team Match
The Midnight Delight
“Rock of Love” Billy Blade & “Sexy” Sean Casey
w/ Tiana & “Wildside” Vega Velocity

-vs.-
The Team of:
WWE Tough Enough Contestant
“Big Nasty”
Eric Watts

&
Former WWE World Tag-Team Champion
David Hart Smith

The Midnight Delight came out first, and Billy Blade began talking (shocking, I know) about how they were the greatest faction in the history of Professional Wrestling. Better. Better than DX, better than the nWo, and of course, better than the Hart Foundation. Sean Casey then talked (again, shocking, I know) about how the Midnight Delight were the sexiest thing to ever hit the scene, and that finally… finally… they were in the building. Moments later, Eric Watts made his way to the ring, shortly followed by David Hart Smith. Early on, Watts and Smith took it to the M.D., brutalizing them with their power. Still, The M.D. got back in it using a combination of savvy and their numbers advantage with “Wildside” Vega Velocity and Tiana on the outside to get back into it. The M.D. wasn’t intimidated by their opponent’s WWE credentials, as Casey has been in a WWE ring a time or two and Blade has been all over the world, including the recent Hulkamania tour overseas. D.H. Smith nearly picked up the victory for his team with a brutal Sitout Powerbomb onto Blade, and then again after a legdrop, but Casey was able to come in and break up the pin. In the end, the M.D. capitalized on what was perhaps an ill-advised tag from D.H. Smith to Watts, as Watts had still not fully recovered, as well as some effective double-teaming and outside distraction by Velocity to pull off the victory in this one.

Winners by Pinfall:

The Midnight Delight

 

 

Tag-Team Match
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tag-Team Championship

SU/KA
Sunami & Kadin Anthony
-vs.-
Vendetta Pro Tag-Team Champions
Dos Perfectos
Hernandez ‘Y’ Jimenez

This feud is becoming something of legend. Sunami and Kadin Anthony. Greg Hernandez ‘Y’ Jesse Jimenez. The best two teams in Vendetta Pro Wrestling. Period. Before the match, Greg Hernandez took the microphone and have a “classy” (for him, anyway) tribute to Raiders owner Al Davis, who he claimed was a trendsetter, and to the best of his knowledge, the only man in Oakland to die of natural causes. He also stated that he felt for Davis, and that he too would rather be dead then be forced to watch another Raiders game.
This match was set for three falls, with the winner being the first to defeat the other team twice (which, could possibly happen in only two falls).
Dos Perfectos took the first fall in relatively quick fashion, with SU/KA being glad that the match had not already been over. The second fall went to SU/KA, leaving the match tied at one a-piece, and only a pinfall or submisson away from the Vendetta Pro Tag-Team Championship.
The third fall was decided when Jimenez tossed in one of the Tag title belts in front of the referee to distract him while he used the other belt, allowing Hernandez to pick up the cheap victory and successfully defend the Tag-Team Championship.

Winners by Pinfall
and STILL
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tag-Team Champions:

Dos Perfectos

 

 

Vendetta Vixens Match
Amber O’Neal
-vs.-
Davina Rose

Amber O’Neal made her way down from heaven (so she claims) to grace Vendetta Pro Wrestling with her presence once again. Her opponent, Davina Rose, was making her debut in Vendetta Pro. These two went back and forth, and even the referee Alex “Goggles” Goldstein caught some action in this one, as Amber O’Neal tried to “booty bop” her way to victory. However, Davina Rose was the one who got the three-count and the win in this wild battle.

Winner by Pinfall:
Davina Rose

 

 

Main Event
Singles Match
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship

Vendetta Pro Heavyweight Champion
Shannon Ballard
-vs.-
Former WCW & WWE World Cruiserweight, World Tag-Team and
ECW World Heavyweight Champion

Chavo Guerrero Jr.

Shannon Ballard has managed to keep his Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight title despite at times being seemingly overmatched, often because he knows every trick in the book, as well as a few chapters that haven’t been published yet. This time, Ballard faced a man who, like him, knows all the tricks and all the angles. Chavo Guerrero Jr, a third-generation wrestler who has made quite a name for himself on his own, challenged for the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship.
This match went back and forth, with both men pulling out all the stops in order to gain victory and leave with the gold. In the end, however, Ballard had one thing that Guerrero did not… or perhaps I should say, three things: Vega Velocity, Sean Casey and Billy Blade. Using their numbers, they were able to simultaneously distract the referee, while assisting Ballard and helping him win the match and retain the Vendetta Pro crown.

Winner by Pinfall
and STILL
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion:

Shannon Ballard

After the Match:
In to save Chavo came Eric Watts and D.H. Smith, who earlier in the evening had suffered a defeat at the hands of the M.D.
Christian Cole, the Commissioner of Vendetta Pro Wrestling, was not in attendance for this event due to prior obligations. However, he suspected that if-and-when Ballard got into trouble that he would once again enlist the services of the M.D. to keep the belt in his grasp. Before the final bell had rung, he made a call to ring announcer Joseph Duncan on his cell, and asked if they had indeed gotten involved. Upon confirmation, he told the ring announcer to ask the crowd a question: do they want to see a six-man tag? The crowd responded positively, and Duncan said the match was on. Ballard and the MD said they would forfeit, as all three of them had already won their matches and had nothing else to prove. The problem for them would lie in the stipulations laid out by the Commissioner. If the three men didn’t compete in the match, Ballard would immediately be stripped of his Vendetta Pro title! In addition, due to their recent actions (including those taking place on this night), all three male members of The Midnight Delight would face immediate suspension, as well as possibly facing charges of Breach of Contract due to failing to participate in a match in which they were booked, present, and medically cleared for. On top of all that, Tiana would also have her managerial license suspended. The referee then called for the bell to start the match, and began counting the three men out. As the count nearly reached 10, Shannon Ballard dove into the ring to break the count. The match was now on!

 

 

Special Added
Six-Man Tag-Team Match

The Team of
“Sexy” Sean Casey
“The Rock of Love” Billy Blade

&
Vendetta Pro Heavyweight Champion
Shannon Ballard
w/ “Wildside” Vega Velocity & Tiana
-vs.-
The Team of:
“Big Nasty” Eric Watts
David Hart Smith

&
Chavo Guerrero Jr.

This added attraction featured four men with experience inside a WWE ring, while the other two have International experience, meaning this would be quite the match-up.
D.H. Smith & Eric Watts were looking to get even with the M.D., while Chavo Guerrero wanted to even things up with Ballard. Two of Chavo’s opponents took two of the “Three Amigos” (3 Vertical Suplexes in succession), while the other took all three as there was nobody left to break it up. Sean Casey and Billy Blade had the most experience working as a team, and it showed here. Still, when it comes to “cheating to win”, nobody is better than a Guerrero, which means nobody is better at avoiding being beaten by cheating than a Guerrero. In the end, D.H. Smith hit the Running Powerslam, which was followed by Chavo’s Frog Splash to pick up the win and make things right. The crowd began a chant of “Eddie~! Eddie~!” in honor of Chavo’s late uncle, Eddie Guerrero.

Winners by Pinfall:
Eric Watts
David Hart Smith
Chavo Guerrero Jr.