Chaotic Wrestling “Red Carpet Chaos”
Nashua, New Hampshire
March 8, 2017
It’s the go-home show for Chaotic Wrestling as they head into their huge “Cold Fury” show in a little over a week. Before Cody Rhodes comes to town, though, they make their return here at Chunky’s Cinema for another mid-week show. Yes, you read that right. We’re at a specialized movie theatre where instead of just seats, it’s seats with tables where you can order full meals and drinks. They’ve had a couple of very successful shows here in the past, and this show looks to continue with that tradition.
MATCH ONE: Christian Casanova (with Josh Briggs) v. Warbeard Hanson
The beginning of the match consisted of Casanova, who was outweighed by about 150 pounds, trying headlocks and chops against Hanson to no avail. A distraction by Briggs on the outside allowed Casanova to hit a DDT and get the heat on Hanson. Throughout the heat, Casanova would occasionally pull the referee aside to allow Briggs to work over Hanson from the floor.
Briggs tossed Casanova a gold chain. He went for a punch but missed. The ref checked on Casanova and Briggs got in the ring. Hanson ducked a clothesline and hit him with a spinning kick. The ref went to admonish Briggs and that allowed Casanova to hit Hanson with the chain and roll him up for the win. Decent opener.
WINNER: Christian Casanova
MATCH TWO: Adam Booker v. Brett Domino
Domino, a very fresh trainee from the New England Pro Wrestling Academy, is here against the veteran in Booker. There was a lot of very good back and forth early on, with Domino looking very comfortable despite not having a lot of matches under his belt.
Domino was getting the better of the exchanges until they went to the floor and he missed on a forearm and smashed himself into the post. From there, Booker got the heat on him. Domino’s strength is in selling and showing babyface fire, and it was on great display here. While there were times he was a little tentative, his promise and potential was evident.
While he was able to get in a good amount of offense, it was a top rope flying elbow and a Cloverleaf that scored Booker the win.
After the match, Booker cut a promo on Dijak saying that tonight was a taste of what’s in store for him at Cold Fury.
WINNER: Adam Booker
MATCH THREE: Chaotic Tag Team Championship – The Mill City Hooligans (Bryan Logan& Chase Del Monte with Matt Logan) (c) v. The Cam-An Connection (Cam Zagami& “All Good” Anthony Greene)
It’s Freebird rules for the Hooligans, and they decided who was wrestling tonight with a three-way game of rock, paper, scissors.
Lots of comedy early with Del Monte and Bryan both missing Zagami on chops and hitting each other instead. Zagami and Greene both took turns having the advantage with fast paced offense until Matt got involved on the outside and the numbers game caught up with Zagami. They ended up getting the heat on him from that point.
Hot tag to Greene who runs wild. He showed good fire and the crowd got behind him. It was looking “All Good” for him until he went off the top rope and got kicked in the gut by Del Monte. That turned into a top rope spike cradle piledriver for the win by the Hooligans. Good match.
Del Monte got on the mic after the match and put himself over as a GOD! He was about to run down his Cold Fury opponent Elia Markopoulos when Chaotic GM Johnny Vegas came to the ring. He congratulated him on the tag team title defense, but said he has another title that he has to defend before Cold Fury, so he has to defend it tonight. Del Monte said there are no challengers. Vegas said there is, and that he has to defend right now…against Donovan Dijak.
MATCH FOUR: Chaotic Heavyweight Championship – Chase Del Monte v. Donovan Dijak
Before the match started, Vegas banned The Logan Brothers from ringside.
Dijak came out hot, getting a quick near fall on a discus Mafia kick. He was in complete control until Del Monte threw the title belt in the ring. As the ref retrieved it and brought it outside of the ring, he took one of the tag belts and hit Dijak with it but only got a two count.
It went back and forth from there, and it looked like Dijak had it won when he hit the Feast Your Eyes, but Adam Booker pulled the referee out of the ring before the three count. Dijak and Booker jawed at each other on the apron and Dijak dropped him with a punch. Booker with a distraction that allowed Del Monte to hit Dijak with the cradle piledriver for the win. There was some really suspect refereeing in this one.
WINNER: Chase Del Monte
MATCH FIVE: Dan Terry & Patrick Dalton v. Scotty Slade & Brandon Locke
The match started with Slade, who is about 5’6” and 125 pounds, having a super posedown with Terry. I wouldn’t call Terry a specimen, either, so this was done for comedic effect. They then traded clapping push-ups. Slade then asked Terry how his cardio was and said “let’s run the ropes.” As Terry did, Slade tripped him and we were off.
Slade and Locke were in control and having a lot of fun doing it when the heels got the advantage with some double teaming. They cut the ring off on Slade and used quick tags to keep their offense fresh.
Hot tag to Locke. There seemed to be some points where the heels didn’t know which way to run or where to bump. I don’t know if I can describe it properly. It’s not meant to be disrespectful it just seemed there might have been some miscommunication or something.
Slade and Locke started to argue about who should finish the match and how. That allowed the heels to get in one more shot, but it was not the be, as Slade and Locke finished it when a wheelbarrow slam for the win.
After the match, Slade got on the mic and told Locke that they may not have liked each other much in the past, but at Cold Fury, why don’t they go and win some tag team titles. It looks like they are the fourth team in the tag title match along with the Logan Brothers, EYFBO and the Cam-An Connection.
WINNERS: Scotty Slade & Brandon Locke
MAIN EVENT: JT Dunn v. Elia Markopoulos
Dunn was very aggressive with the referee to start the match, pushing him into Elia to gain an upper hand. After snapping at the last show and taking out multiple refs and ring crew members, JT is now a heel in Chaotic, and drew a few “you sold out” chants.
He kept the advantage and put the heat on Elia, taunting the audience by yelling out “OPA!” Dunn did his best to keep Elia down and heel the crowd. Elia eventually fired up and made his comeback. They went back and forth from there. Dunn removed his elbow pad to go for the big elbow but ran into a spear. He followed it with a Jackhammer for the victory. Did he really just finish the match with Goldberg’s signature moves? Yeesh. He goes into the big title match at Cold Fury with a big win, but despite being the babyface, he didn’t get a huge reaction from the crowd.
On the big screen, Del Monte popped up and warned Elia never to turn your back. This brought Del Monte into the ring to sneak up on Elia and took him down. Del Monte and Dunn then went face to face. Elia got up and speared Del Monte. As Del Monte and Elia brawled to the back, Hanson hit the ring and took down Dunn, so we have another matchup for the show.
WINNER: Elia Markopoulos
This was another fun (and really quick) show from Chaotic. They set up all of their big angles heading into Cold Fury on the 17th and some of the younger talent got a chance to work, so it was a thumbs up. If they’re ever in your neck of the woods, check them out, especially if you have kids. It’s a perfect family show.
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