3XW – 7th Anniversary event Former Ring of Honor Word champion Davey Richards vs. Benjamin Sailer.

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3XW – 7th Anniversary event

Friday July 27th, 2012

Baratta’s @ Forte

615 3rd Street

Des Moines, Iowa 50309

Doors open at 6:45 pm for advance ticket holders

Doors open at 7 pm for everyone else

Bell time is 7:30 pm

Featuring:

3XW Heavyweight championship

Former Ring of Honor Word champion Davey Richards

vs.

Benjamin Sailer (c)

3XWrestling Tag Team championship

The Mylan Management Agency – Domino Rivera & Ricky Kwong w/Chad Mylan

vs.

American Bulldogs – Maddog McDowell & Jon West (c) w/Skylar Pierce

2 on 1 match

Gage Octane & Todd Countryman vs. “Torturous” Tony Sly

Singles match

“The Rockstar” Jimmy Rockwell vs. Darin Corbin

Triple Threat match

“Delicious” Devin Carter vs. Sir Bradley Charles vs. Nate Bash

Singles match

Mark Sterling vs. Ring of Honor wrestler Kyle O’Reilly

Singles match

Jaysin Strife vs. Ring of Honor wrestler Tony Kozina

Television Taping: KCWI & KWKB

*Card subject to…

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The Notorious Column #74: Ten Things I Think About RAW 1000

Originally posted on Wrestling Insights:

In about twelve hours, the WWE will embark on the three-hour RAW era. This was unlike the time WCW Monday Nitro went to three hours where we had a couple weeks to prepare for it. WWE has grinded it to our medulla oblongatas for two months. It has a very PPV feel to it, which kinda makes me wonder why this RAW isn’t being done with limited or no commercial interruptions. (Upon further review, the last commercial-free RAW was a bit awful, though the Khali Geico commercial was a bit funny.)

 

Anyway, here are ten predictions I have for the biggest…Monday Night RAW…ever.

 

  1. There will be more than two members of D-Generation X at the reunion. How does WWE plan on hooking you at 8pm? Trot out a group that hasn’t done anything relevant in six years (the DX reunion in 2006 was AWESOME—and yes I’m fully aware…

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