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Monday, July 7, 2008

!BANG! TV Results - New Funking Conservatory World Champion Elvis Sharp

Courtesy of Dory Funk Jr.:

(150 Ringside Seats - Standing Room Only)
Johnny Romano wins over Pistol Peyton Gunn. Blain Rage interfered on Johnny Romano's behalf distracting the referee, "The Claw" while Pistol Peyton Gunn held Romano's shoulders to the mat for more than the required three count. Upset over Blain Rage's interference, Peyton Gunn busted Blain Rage on the chin only to fall victim of a reverse cradle from behind by Romano for the victory. After the match, Blain Rage tried to befriend Romano but Romano would have nothing to do with Blain Rage.

Funking Conservatory World Championship Match, Elvis Sharp wins over Shane Chung. With Elvis the aggressor, Shane Chung scooped Elvis' legs and forced Elvis' Shoulders to the mat using the ropes for leverage. After nearly counting Elvis out, referee, "The Claw" physically removed Shane Chung's feet from the second rope. An angry Shane Chung threw Elvis Sharp across the ring to the opposite turnbuckle only to fall victim to a double leg tackle by Elvis who conveniently put his feet on the second rope to gain the three count and victory over Shane Chung. New Funking Conservatory World Champion, Elvis Sharp.

Blain Rage, with Loudmouth Alan Lake wins over Johnny Romano. In a showdown match between Jacksonville cross-town rivals. After missing on a spectacular reverse 450 from the top rope, Blain Rage recovered to win the fall with a "Pat O'Connor Roll and Face Buster combination. Blain Rage becomes new Triple Crown Champion. (!BANG! TV Title, European and International Title)

Damien Steele and Shane Chung win by disqualification over Cowboy James Storm and Blain Rage. Two referees, Loudmouth Alan Lake and Claudia "The Claw" Reiff proved to be a conundrum as Loudmouth Lake had a personality problem with Damien Steele. After taking a knee to the chin followed by a cover from Cowboy James Storm, Damien relied on putting his foot over the bottom rope to prevent the count. Referee Loudmouth Lake counted two, then removed Damien's foot from the bottom rope and counted three, awarding the fall and belts to Storm and Blain Rage. The Claw, Being the Senior referee and working the floor came into the ring and reversed the decision giving the match and the tag team belts to Damien Steel and Shane Chung.

In a U.S. Championship Match, Johnny Magnum with Pistol Peyton Gunn wins over Hack Meyers with Loudmouth Alan Lake. After slamming Johnny Magnum to the mat, Mad Dog Hack Meyers climbed to the top rope as Loudmouth Lake held Magnum in position. Just as Mad Dog Meyers jumped form the top, Pistol Peyton Gunn shoved Loudmouth Lake in the buttock, knocking him across the top of Johnny Magnum. Mad Dog Meyers leaped from the top rope landing on Loudmouth Lake and Johnny Magnum, knocking the wind out of all three. As Mad Dog came to his feet, he fell victim to Johnny Magnum's Cargo Drop for the three count.

After the show was over there was an affray between Cowboy James Storm and Dory Funk Jr. that ended when Funk bashed Storm with several uppercut forearm blows.
Next week, professional wrestling returns to the Funking Conservatory with Support the Troops 28, "Fight for Freedom 2.

In the main event, Shane Chung, Blain Rage and Elvis Sharp will take on All Japan Pro Wrestling's Osamu Nishimura, Johnny Magnum and their coach, Dory Funk Jr. This match was sanction by All Japan Pro Wrestling.

In a return match for the Funking Conservatory's Women's Championship, Claudia, "The Claw" Reiff will face Lexie Fyfe.

In a HardCore Rules match, Damien Steele will battle Loudmouth Alan Lake.

Pistol Peyton Gunn will face Johnny Romano in a return match.

Two more matches will be added to the card.

Tickets to Support the Troops 28, Part 2 are available online at http://www.dory-funk.com. or you can go by Devon Self Storage in Ocala, Florida.

For more information on training schedules, call 352-895-4658. You can become a professional wrestler and star on !BANG! TV at the Funking Conservatory.