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7/16/2011 – Atascadero, California

 

DOS CAMPEONES PERFECTOS

Plus X-Pac & SU/KA Reign, and if you’re not down with that, two words…

 

ATASCADERO, CA (VP) – They’ve been asking for it for quite some time, and now, it has happened… Dos Perfectos are the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tag-Team Champions! In what was meant to be a simple opening Tag-Team match between Dos Perfectos and The Pinoy Boyz, the Commissioner of Vendetta Pro Wrestling, Christian Cole, activated the Tag-Team Championship and put it on the line. Because of “Carmageddon”, the Commissioner was unable to attend in person. However, he made a phone call and sent out Vendetta Pro official Joseph Duncan to take the Tag-Team title belts to the ring and inform referee Jay Stone and ring announcer Donald DeNoyer that they were on the line in this match and that the standard twenty-minute time limit had been waved. Minutes later, Vendetta Pro Wrestling crowned their first-ever Tag-Team titleholders as the team of Greg Hernandez ‘Y’ Jesse Jimenez won the gold belts.
Amber O’Neal made her debut as a Vendetta Vixen, taking on the cute-but-crazy Buggy in one-on-one action.
Plus, former WCW, WWE and TNA superstar X-Pac was in action in a Six-Man Tag-Team match!
This was the second anniversary celebration of Vendetta Pro Wrestling, and we promise so much more hard-hitting, high-flying and exciting action in our third year. Here now are the results from Summer Sizzle 2011. This is Vendetta Pro!

 

 

Opening Tag-Team Match
to crown the first-ever
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Tag-Team Championship

Dos Perfectos
Hernandez ‘Y’ Jimenez
-vs.-
The Pinoy Boyz
Aaron Solo & Kimo Kanaloa

As mentioned before, this match was originally scheduled as a regular Tag-Team match, until the Tag-Team title belts were brought to the ring and the announcement had been made that they were on the line. Fortunately for The Pinoy Boyz, they made their Vendetta Pro debut and were already in position to take a title. Unfortunately for them, Dos Perfectos have, by hook or (usually) crook, beaten the majority of the teams they have had put in front of them. This night would be no different, as Jesse Jimenez would throw in one of the tag title belts, distracting referee Jay Stone long enough for Jimenez to nail Solo with a low blow, which led to Hernandez making the pin to win the match and the titles.

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

Dos Perfectos

 

 

In-Between Matches:
Vendetta Pro Heavyweight Champ Shannon Ballard then made an unscheduled appearance, and notified the fans that unfortunately, X-Pac would not be participating in the night’s event and that they should go and demand their money back. Unfortunately for Ballard, X-Pac’s music then started, and seconds later, Pac came through the curtain, assuring everyone that he was indeed there to compete.
One thing for certain about Ballard is that he’s crafty, and he used this as a set up for Pac, who was then attacked from behind by The Midnight Delight–the team of Billy Blade and Sean Casey. Soon, Sunami and Kadin Anthony ran out to chase off the trio of Ballard, Blade and Casey, but as soon as they thought they had saved the day, Ballard and The Midnight Delight came right back in and assaulted all three. This would set up the night’s main event, as SU/KA would team with X-Pac to take on The Midnight Delight & Shannon Ballard in a Six-Man Tag-Team match!

 

 

Singles Match
“The Apostle”
Judah Matthew

-vs.-
Clay Tawzer

Two men who have trained at the Vendetta Pro Wrestling Academy squared off in this brawl of a match. Although The Apostle claims to be a holy man, he often resorts to cheap tactics in the ring. However, this was not enough to overcome “Tawzer Power”, as the fun-lovin’ big man utilized his power to secure the victory. The Apostle may need to pray for a quick recovery, as he had to be assisted from the ring, with noticeable marks on his back and bruising.

Winner by Pinfall:
Clay Tawzer

 

 

Tri-Force Match
J.D. Horror
-vs.-
“Bad Boy”
Brad Tyler

-vs.-
Ricky Ruffin

Three more Vendetta Pro Wrestling Academy athletes went against each other in this One Fall Tri-Force Match. J.D. Horror had a marking on his hand tape which read “RIP BBC”, in reference to Brawlin’ Bo Cooper, who Horror has been recently attacking for reasons known only to him. Tyler had recently been saved from an post-match assault by “Nightmare” Nathan Graves by Ruffin, following a match in which Tyler filled in for Ruffin who had suffered a minor injury. Now, these two friends wanted to show each other what the other can do, and they began by double-teaming J.D. Horror before going at each other. As with any Tri-Force match, there was a lot of action, as a third man always adds more to it because whenever you think a match may be coming to an end, there is someone else to break up the pin or submission attempt. In the end, Horror overcame both opponents, nailing a Package Piledriver and getting the three-count.

Winner by Pinfall:
J.D. Horror

After the Match:
Horror assaulted both of his opponents with a chair, perhaps giving an example of the brutality he has in store for Brawlin’ Bo Cooper in the near future. Horror then got on the mic, and said that he said that Cooper was a broken down old man who doesn’t know when to quit, and that Cooper was too scared to face him. Originally, Cooper was scheduled to face Horror, but was unable to attend. Is Cooper afraid to face Horror? We’ll find out on September 10 in Bakersfield, California.

 

 

Singles Match
Mike Menace
-vs.-
“Megabucks”
Mario Banks

w/ Ghetto Star

Detroit’s Mike Menace took on the Man of Megabucks, Mario Banks. Early on, Banks used his quickness and showmanship to frustrate Menace… and he soon got brutalized for it by the brawler. Even before the match, Menace showed no class to the fans, and it continued throughout. However, he may have actually psyched himself out in the process, which messed with his concentration and allowed Banks to get back into it. In the end, Banks capitalized on his momentum, cashing in with a Flying Elbowdrop to finish the match and get the victory, sending an infuriated Mike Menace to the back on the short end of the paycheck.

Winner by Pinfall:
Mario Banks

 

 

Vendetta Vixens Match
Amber O’Neal
-vs.-
Buggy

Seven-time Women’s Champion Amber O’Neal made her debut as a Vendetta Vixen. On her way to the ring, she was seemingly disinterested in the crowd, the match, or Vendetta Pro in general. O’Neal apparently had better things to do, and at one point during the match, demanded bellkeeper Joseph Duncan to ring the bell because she was ready to leave. Buggy, the crowd favorite, was intent on making sure O’Neal left with a loss. Buggy held her own early on, but with the experience advantage well in O’Neal’s favor, Buggy was the victim of many tactics, both legal and not-so-much, that would decide the match. Amber O’Neal left Atascadero with a win.

Winner by Pinfall:
Amber O’Neal

 

 

Main Event
Six-Man Tag-Team Match

The Midnight Delight
“Rock of Love” Billy Blade & “Sexy” Sean Casey
w/ Tiana

&
Vendetta Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion
Shannon Ballard
-vs.-
SU/KA
Sunami & Kadin Anthony
&
Former WCW, WWE & TNA Superstar
X-Pac

X-Pac came into Vendetta Pro Wrestling looking to do business and perhaps leave with the Vendetta Pro Heavyweight title. Ballard managed to get out of putting his title on the line, but he and The Midnight Delight had now made this personal for Pac by setting him up for an attack earlier in the evening. Pac teamed up with Sunami & Kadin, who had previously battled with The Midnight Delight back in April in Las Vegas. SU/KA were already looking for revenge on The Midnight Delight, and the attack earlier in the evening only added fuel to the fire. Ballard and Pac began the match, but Ballard soon tagged out to Sean Casey. Casey began posing and then challenged Pac to a test of strength. Pac seemed to bite, only to poke Casey in the eye, then taunt him with a crotch chop to the delight of the fans. SU/KA and Pac dominated the early portion of the match, until Billy Blade began with underhanded tactics. This match featured lots of action, often including all six men in the ring. Ballard and The Midnight Delight got the advantage when Pac whiffed on a Bronco Buster attempt on Ballard. Later on in the match, Pac would connect with that Bronco Buster to Ballard, and following a Sunami Splash into the corner, Pac would connect with the X-Factor on Ballard to pick up the win for his team.

Winners:
Sunami
Kadin Anthony
X-Pac

 

 

This event was a celebration of two years of Vendetta Pro Wrestling. We would like to thank all of our fans for the support you have continued to give us, and we can’t wait to show you what’s in store for our third year.