“The Calm Before The Storm”, Allentown, PA at Mountainville Hall Results 2/1/2014

2/1/14, “The Calm Before The Storm”, Allentown, PA at Mountainville Hall Results…

Jay Freddie beat Joey Janela by submission to even the score from last month, and then Janela shockingly announced to the crowd’s delight that he quit, and stormed off…

“Champion in the Making” winner Bo Nekoda (with Shawn Credle) and Hybrid Champion Brandon Scott exchanged words and exchanged fire with a few blows thrown between them before being separated in anticipation for their match later…

Director of Communications The Bald Guy and Director of Talent Relations Scott Matthews presented “The Goods” Travis Dorian with a contract, then put him in a six-man tag team match, in which Dorian & The Exer Guys (JP & M3) got “the goods” on Sgt. RJR, Axel Lennox and Kyle Reynolds…

Amber Rodriguez pinned the debuting Nyla Rose, but not without help from members of The Persian Empire at ringside…

Elite Tag Team Champions First Class (Kevin “The Man” Graham & Punisher Van Slyke) defeated South Philly’s Finest (Luca Brazzi & Jimmy Konway, with a baseball bat-wielding Lyric in their corner)…

Bo Nekoda (with Shawn Credle) pinned “Giant Killer” Brandon Scott to win the Hybrid Title Fight

Former Assistant Commissioner RC called out The Bald Guy for a fight, but The Bald Guy and Commissioner Doc Daniels brought a lot of backup for him, in the form of AC Anderson, Havoc and Mustafa Aziz. RC had a backup plan of his own in Eric Cobian, but things quickly got out of hand when Cobian revealed his true allegiances to the Daniels Administration all along, and RC was taken down for a beating. Samu, LA Smooth and Heavyweight Champion Lance Anoa’i ran to RC’s aid to clear the ring. In the aftermath, Daniels mandated that Lance would defend his title against AC Anderson, but Samu said Havoc & Mustafa would be facing Samu & LA Smooth later as well …

Mark Maverick pinned Specialist Mikey Valentino, while being scouted at ringside by Scott Matthews…

Samu & LA Smooth fought Mustafa & Havoc to a double disqualification as they brawled at ringside…

“Cinema” Stevie Shields got the biggest win of his career with a pin on former WWE superstar Matt Striker, who had some unkind words for the WXW C-4 Nation at the start of the match, but praised his opponent’s talent after the match was over…

Heavyweight Champion Lance Anoa’i pinned AC Anderson, but was jumped by Havoc & Mustafa after the bell. Samu & LA Smooth quickly hit the scene, and the ring quickly filled up with the entire WXW C-4 locker room trying to separate the warring factions. As a result, Lance issued a challenge for The Daniels Administration team of Cobian, Havoc, Anderson, Mustafa and a fifth partner to face him, his father Samu, uncles LA Smooth and Afa Jr, and grandfather Afa “The Wild Samoan” in a 5-on-5 match when WXW C-4 returns to Mountainville Hall in Allentown, Pennsylvania on March 1st!

1/11/14, “Memorial Mayhem”, Orwigsburg, PA, at the Veteran’s Memorial Building:

WXW C4 RESULTS!!!!!Mustafa Aziz and The Persian Empire made their presence known after the national anthem, and were met by hometown hero Gene Snitsky. During the ensuing brawl, the locker room emptied to separate the two before their scheduled main event later, but not before Aziz decked Former Assistant Commissioner RC…“Cinema” Stevie Shields won a 3-way match over “The Goods” Travis Dorian & debuting Mark Maverick…

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