There is a lot of new talent looking to make their mark in the National Wrestling Alliance. That is the case for the main event as the team of Magnum Muscle will face off against the debuting team of Fixers Nation in a qualifying match for the Crockett Cup.  

We see how that works out as we come to you from StudioOne in Highland Park, Il.  Joe Galli, Tim Storm, and Danny Dealz have the call as we start with the First Match of the night…

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Labrava Escobar (with CJ)  vs. Celeste

This is the debut match of Celeste, who was trained under Dr. Tom Prichard.  Escobar is no stranger to the NWA, but now it looks like CJ is in her corner.

Celeste has a strong start and manages to nail Escobar with a bulldog but gets a two count.  Escobar fires up and slams her head to the mat then proceeds with multiple leg drops, followed by a knee to her ribs.  She gets Celeste in a headlock, and CJ claps for the opposition, which allows for Celeste to pump up and she hits Escobar with a series of clotheslines.  Before she can fish off Escobar, CJ climbs up the ring apron to distract, and that allows Escobar to get Celeste with a cravat to deliver a front-forward facebuster to secure the win.

Your Winner via Pinfall:  Labrava Escobar

CJ twirls Escobar around to her confusion after the match, and I have to wonder what in the name of “Magic” Jake Dumas is going on.

May Valentine is backstage with Chris Silvio, Esq. and the SVGS. He’s not happy with Corgan and company taking down the empire he’s building, and his team belongs in the Crockett Cup. Dane says he’s been insulted, but Troop interrupts and says that whoever they face in the ring, it’s gonna be, “Tap, snap, or nap.  Lights out!”  Methinks things are not cozy with the SVGS.

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But let’s get to the next match between…

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Jeremiah Plunkett vs. Salazar De La Muerte

Muerte badmouths Plunkett, but the Tater Peeler of Tennessee is able to take the upstart down with veteran savvy.  He gets Muerte with the head scissors but he manages to get out and clocks Plunkett in the face followed by a mafia kick to cover for a one count.   Muerte almost gets a rollup for two, and then he headbutts Muerte and sends him into the corner, and attempts an elbow but Plunkett misses. Muerte follows with a forearm in the corner, followed by a Saito suplex and he covers for just a two count.  Muerte goes for a full mount and covers for another two count.  then he winds up for the finish, but Plunkett catches him off guard and plants him with a piledriver that gets the three count.

Your Winner via Pinfall:  Jeremiah Plunkett

May Valentine now has  Bobby Fulton and he’s rooting for Magnum Muscle to take on The Fixers’ handpicked team. Simply put, no more bullying, and Fixers suck.

Valentine interviews Daisy Kill and Talos.  He’ll face Bully Ray and even though he may be tougher than the ukelele strummer, he doesn’t have a guy like Talos in his corner and his chances are good.

But let’s head to the Crockett Cup qualifying main event between…

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Magnum Muscle (Dak Draper and Big Strong Mims) vs Fixers Nation

Fixer Nation consists of Matt Vine and “The Fixer” which is a guy wearing a mask.  On a scale of one to Question Mark, I can say with full authority that he’s no Cyon.

Anyway, Draper and Fixer start off and the Mile High Magnum is able to muscle his way through.  He tags Mims in and shoulder tackles The Fixer and then Muscle Mountain display some nice double-team action.   He finally gets the tag to Vine but soon falls under Magnum Muscle, but it isn’t long before he fires back and decapitates Mims with a lariat.  He tags The Fixer back in, but the fix is in as Magnum Muscle double slam Vine and do a power slam/vertical suplex finisher to The Fixer and pin for the one, two, and three.

Your Winners via Pinfall, and Qualifying for The Crockett Cup:  Magnum Muscle

Draper and Mims have punched their ticket into the Crockett Cup as the show goes to credits.

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Final Thoughts:

A good show highlighting the new talent coming into the NWA.  Escobar and Muerte have a lot of potential, and Magnum Muscle shows some promise as they head into the Crockett Cup.

Until then, see ya next Saturday!