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Tuesday Night Spotlight results 9/25

Post  OTTR on Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:06 am



Commissioner Magic Ref declared tonight's main event would be a three-way elimination match to crown the first Spotlight Champion. The participants would be the winners of qualifying matches featuring those who advanced last week. Pairings were chosen randomly, and they turned out to be Idol Austin vs. Martin Schiano, LudiCris vs. Saerin Aurora, and Dynamo Crunch vs. Rockshade. To top it off, random stipulations for the qualifying matches were chosen: Steel Cage, Leather Strap, and No DQ.

CAGE MATCH: IDOL AUSTIN VS. MARTIN SCHIANO

The first Steel Cage match of the season kicked off the show. Idol Austin, who holds the Around the Clock contract for a title match with an eventual champion, took on Martin "Legitimate" Schiano. Martin started off strong, causing deep cuts to Idol with stiff knees. Although this was a pro wrestling cage, the MMA-trained Martin approached the match like he was in the octagon. When he stopped going for the knees, Idol took control with an eye poke and monkey flip. He capitalized by raking Martin's face into the cage and drawing blood, but was caught with an Inverted Atomic Drop when he tried coming off the middle rope. Following that, it wasn't long before Martin was able to keep him down with a vicious face stomp.

WINNER: MARTIN SCHIANO

Next, a rookie named OT Preston made his debut. He drew heat from the GWA audience by calling everyone "jerks" and claiming the process of naming a Spotlight Champion was "overly troublesome" considering the new champion would eventually lose the title to him anyway.

CHRIS PYTHON VS. OT PRESTON

Before OT could worry about a title opportunity, he had to take on "The Devil's Son" Chris Python. This was Python's first singles match this season. He welcomed OT to the GWA by cutting him on the steel steps. Preston had a penchant for going to the ropes, and the announcers described most of his moves as having the initials "OT." They included Orbit Throw, Ocular Thumb, Ogre Toss, and Organ Tap. Python, meanwhile, stayed on the attack with his patented high impact offense. After an unsuccessful attempt at the Jerkbuster by OT, Python went on to pick up the win with the Highway to Hell.

WINNER: CHRIS PYTHON

Comedy ensued as OT Preston stumbled to his feet and asked the ref what happened. The ref informed him that he lost the match, but OT still appeared out of it. Barely coherent, he challenged anyone to another match -- except for Chris Python, who he decided "[didn't] want another piece of this." On cue, Nick Blade hobbled to the ring on his crutches.

NICK BLADE VS. OT PRESTON

Nick Blade, as he's consistently done lately, used his knee brace as a weapon. OT landed a move called the Ormentum Trap from the top rope, but Blade came back to drop Preston's throat across it with the Blade's Edge. He tried going for the cover, but the referee astutely realized OT had been knocked unconscious and stopped the match. Nick Blade picked up his first singles win of the season.

WINNER: NICK BLADE BY KO
OT PRESTON IS INJURED FOR 1 WEEK.

Medics attended to OT Preston and carried him to the locker room. His schtick is entertaining, and it looks like he's got a bright future in the GWA.

STRAP MATCH: LUDICRIS VS. SAERIN AURORA

It was then time for our second qualifying match to see who would join Martin Schiano in the main event. Both wrestlers would have a leather strap attached to them, and the winner would be the first wrestler to touch the four corners of the ring in succession. As the referee was still securing the strap to Saerin's wrist, LudiCris attacked him with his straitjacket. He touched the first corner, dragged Saerin across the ring, threw him into the steel post, and touched the second. Saerin jumped to the top rope, but the strap didn't allow him much room and he was caught with the Padded Cell Piledriver before Ludi touched the third corner. He then hit his Straitjacket finisher and touched the fourth corner. Ludi won the match without being touched and moved onto the main event in fantastic shape. He's now 3-0 in singles matches this season.

WINNER: LUDICRIS

The announcers wondered how Martin Schiano would fare in the title match, as he'd have to face a fresh LudiCris after being in a brutal Steel Cage match earlier in the show. Of course, the third participant in the title match was still undetermined.

Before the final qualifying match could take place, The 911 Kid came to the ring and took the microphone. He repeated his line about it being all about supply and demand, but said some people were learning. 911 cited Nick Blade, calling him "replacement ref bad" last week, but this week walking out a winner. He then turned his attention to LudiCris, who injured him last week, saying the Camel Clutch couldn't break him and the Straitjacket couldn't put him away. According to 911, him losing is bad for business and if Ludi was smart he'd stay away from the big boys in this organization.

NO DQ MATCH: DYNAMO CRUNCH VS. ROCKSHADE

Kmodo Dragon joined his "apprentice" Dynamo Crunch at ringside, while Rockshade went at it alone. Dynamo used brass knuckles on Rockshade, which enabled him to perform a Butterfly Suplex over the top rope and through a table outside the ring. Rockshade took a piece of barbed wire he'd apparently stashed under the ring and wrapped it around Dynamo's arm before executing the Game Breaker submission. Dynamo started to bleed, but he was able to escape the hold and land the Package Piledriver. He set up another table and lit it on fire before attempting to Superbomb his opponent through it, but Rockshade countered with a mid-air Huracanrana that had Dynamo eat the flaming table instead. This prompted Kmodo to get involved, and it briefly became two-on-one until Rockshade threw Kmodo into Dynamo to create an opening. Dynamo fought back and landed the Fire Surge, but Rockshade kicked out and eventually hit the Shades of Schiano on a chair. Kmodo tried breaking up the pin but couldn't get there in time.

WINNER: ROCKSHADE

Rockshade moves up to #11 on the GWA all-time best records list. He is now 26 singles wins away from reaching the top 10. With his win, he also advanced to the title match. Dynamo, who suffered his first singles defeat of the season, looked very strong and continues to be on fire in more ways than one.

Commissioner Magic Ref came to ringside with the Spotlight Title belt, prepared to hand it to the winner of the main event.

SPOTLIGHT TITLE MATCH: MARTIN SCHIANO VS. LUDICRIS VS. ROCKSHADE

The stories here were LudiCris being the fresh man and Martin and Keith "Rockshade" Schiano crossing paths for the first time this year. After a staredown, the Schiano brothers turned their attention to Ludi and began working him over. Following some double teams Martin hit Rockshade with a mule kick that seemed to shock everyone in attendance, including LudiCris. The crowd was not pleased with Martin, much like when he didn't go after Zero Tolerance at Resurrection. Ludi attempted the Padded Cell Piledriver on Rockshade, but Martin rolled his brother up before he could land the move. Rockshade kicked his feet rapidly but was unable to free himself, and was eliminated by his little brother. It was down to Martin and LudiCris, who wrestled each other days ago on Showcase. Martin executed chain submission holds that included a heel hook, knee bar, and Single Leg Crab. Before Ludi could escape, Martin transitioned into a Sasori-Gatame that wound up causing injury. They traded finishers, but neither was able to get the pin. Martin then went for another submission, Ludi locked on a sleeper, and Martin countered it with a small package for the victory. Great match that saw storytelling, drama, and spectacular wrestling.

WINNER AND SPOTLIGHT CHAMPION: MARTIN SCHIANO
LUDICRIS IS INJURED FOR 1 WEEK.

The Spotlight Title was presented to Martin Schiano as the announcers joked it could be called the Stonelight Title, referring to Martin's former alias. Magic Ref reminded Martin that whoever carried the Spotlight Title into November Reign would represent the Spotlight division and compete for the GWA World Title. The Spotlight Title has to be defended at minimum every 2 weeks. Martin said he'd be a fighting champion. The American Samoan National Anthem hit, and Kmodo Dragon emerged in the aisle saying Martin started a war. Martin said Kmodo started it and he didn't know who the, um, bleep, Kmodo was. Kmodo has been targeting Martin since the Riot in the Ring, and it seems this issue is far from resolved. How will it play out next week?

DARK MATCH: THE 911 KID VS. DORIAN RYAN

After the show went off the air, the live fans were treated to a 911 match against debuting rookie Dorian Ryan. Dorian wrestled a very classy match, while 911 used a number of questionable tactics that included rubbing kosher salt into a head wound. Dorian fought back with a Shining Wizard and even kicked out of the Telephone Pole DDT. After the "Dial 9 For Long Distance" Drop Kick, The 911 Kid was able to score the pin. Dorian Ryan, who put up a good fight, left the arena with injuries from a submission hold applied earlier in the match.

WINNER: THE 911 KID
DORIAN RYAN IS INJURED FOR 2 WEEKS.

911 again took the mic and told the live crowd he didn't perform The Busy Signal tonight because the match wasn't televised. He then further heeled them by telling everyone to vote Republican, but he did sign some autographs for ringside fans as the crowd started to exit. Dorian has already issued a challenge for a rematch on next Tuesday's episode.

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