-- There are no pro wrestling shows listed for ESPN Classic tonight.
-- FIP returns to iPPV tomorrow night, and you can order the show at this link. Here is the card for the show…
* FIP World Heavyweight Championship Match 2-out-of-3 Falls: Trent Baretta defends vs. Jon Davis w/ MSL
* FIP World Tag Team Championship Match: Lancelot & Harlem Bravado w/ Larry Dallas & Trina Michaels defend vs. Dos Ben Dejos of Jay Rios & Eddie Cruz w/ Mia Yim & Leva
* FIP Florida Heritage Championship Match: Gran Akuma defends vs. Slyck Wagner Brown
* Evening Gown Match: Jessicka Havok vs. Maxwell Chicago
* Lince Dorado vs. Rich Swann vs. Pinkie Sanchez vs. Jonny Vandal w/ Larry Dallas & Trina Michaels
* Chasyn Rance w/ MSL vs. Mr. Touchdown
* The NOW of Vik Dalishus & Hale Collins w/ Larry Dallas & Trina Michaels vs. Eddie Graves & Teddy Stigma
* Kenneth Cameron vs. Saso Rivera
-- FWE sent out the following today
NEW YORK, NY., October 9th, 2013 - We are merely days away from the next HUGE event presented by FWE! On Saturday Night, October 12th, live from St. Patrick's Gym in Brooklyn, NY, and on iPPV! If you can't join us live, you can catch us on iPPV. The first hour of the event will be for FREE on YouTube! There will also be a FREE simulcast on Ustream. The final two hours of the show will be on Ustream for a small fee. We will kick off the First Round of the Open Weight Grand Prix tournament. Unlike many tournaments, this is open to every competitor in FWE, with some notable debuts. On the line for this tournament is not only prestige, but a HUGE announcement will be made live at the event on what else the winner will receive.
There are a few fresh faces, unresolved issues and shockers in this tournament!
First Round Matches:
Brian Kendrick vs Joey Ryan
Kendrick who has been so close to achieving greatness in FWE, has the chance here to finally cement his place and shoot to the top and have the chance to say he deserves a World Heavyweight Championship Match. Standing in his way will be Joey Ryan who will be making his FWE debut. The brash youngster who is quite the opposite of what FWE stands for, would love nothing more than to derail the dream of Kendrick and advance to Round 2.
Sonjay Dutt vs Petey Williams
What can be said about these two men that hasn't been said, or shown in the ring, before? Both men have had impressive outings in FWE and a win here moves one to the Second Round and catapults them higher in the rankings. Having faced each other many times before, this could be possibly the closest contested Match in the tournament. The Hindu Press vs the Canadian Destroyer, which impressive move will claim victory?
Carlito Colon vs Tommy Dreamer
Two former FWE World Heavyweight Champions collide. This will be the first time these two men have faced off one on one in FWE. Dreamer lost the Title to Colon in a 3 Way Dance at the inaugural House of Hardcore event which also included Knux (formerly known as Mike Knox.) Dreamer received his rematch in yet another multi man match, a TLC Match which also included Matt Hardy. These men will finally prove who is the better man.
Wes Draven vs Chris Mordetzky
One of the top FWE standouts faces a tested veteran. Wes Draven, who has been a part of the FWE Roster since day one has a huge opportunity as he faces Chris Mordetzky. Mordetzky has faced many legends and defeated true superstars in the industry. Draven has been on a roll and is always a highlight for the fans. On paper, it looks like a no brainer as to who will win. To true FWE fans, they know, you can never count out Draven.
Jorge Santi vs Rhett Titus
Another FWE standout faces a newcomer to FWE. The Firebird has been a true diamond in the rough here in FWE. From defeating competitors like Jason Gotti to standing up to Chris Mordetsky and taking him to the limit, Santi has quickly cemented his name as a top contender. Making his debut this Saturday night will be Rhett Titus. This cocky individual has been making his name in the Northeast for the past few years. He is coming to further add to his list of credentials and prove to the FWE competitors and fans alike that he is here to stay and what perfect way than to defeat a man that fans see as their hometown hero.
Paul London (Tri Borough Champion) vs Tony Nese
The current FWE Tri Borough Champion, Paul London, looks to add another Title to his credits and that is Open Weight Grand Prix Champion. London defeated the lengthy reign of Damien Darling and now he faces a tough test against Tony Nese. Nese has provided incredible matches since he debuted in FWE. A win here for Nese not only moves him to the Second Round but would give him bragging rights to demand a shot at the Tri Borough Championship. London would love to advance to also gain a possible future World Championship Match.
Colt Cabana vs Ted DiBiase Jr.
Making his long awaited return to FWE, Cabana is a huge dark horse in this tournament. Besides being incredibly entertaining, do not forget that he is an incredible wrestler. That will be put to the test as he faces a man who possesses a huge legacy in this business, Ted DiBiase. Making his first appearance for any other wrestling promotion, DiBiase wanted to come here and prove that he is the best of the best and win the tournament during his debut performances. Will Cabana pay the price or will DiBiase feel the Boom?
John Hennigan (World Heavyweight Champion) vs Matt Morgan
The "Main Event" of the First Round; The World Champion vs The Blueprint. Hennigan shocked the world when he defeated Carlito Colon at "Welcome To The Rumble 2" to become the FWE World Heavyweight Champion in his debut match. The athletic, charismatic Champion has a strong challenge when he faces another man making his FWE debut, Matt Morgan. The 7 foot competitor is looking to take out Hennigan,... (Continues on next page)