Wrestlemania Weekend – WWE NXT and Ring Of Honor Results

March 29th, 2015

WWE NXT presented their biggest show to date on Friday night. Hideo Itami defeated Tyler Breeze. Jason Jordan defeated Bull Dempsey. Alexa Bliss and Bayley Defeated Becky Lynch and Dana Brooke. Solomon Crowe defeated Kalisto. Baron Corbin defeated Rhyno. Blake and Murphy defeated The Vaudevillains and Enzo Amode and Collin Cassidy to retain the NXT Tag Team Championship. Sasha Banks defeated Charlotte to retain the NXT Women’s Championship. Finn Bálor with an amazing entrance defeated Adrian Neville.

Ring of Honor presented their annual Wrestlemania event. Mark Briscoe beat ACH. Michael Elgin over Frankie Kazarian. Matt Sydal beat Tommaso Ciampa, Moose, Cedric Alexander, Caprice Coleman, and Andrew Everett in a six-man mayhem match. BJ Whitmer beat Jimmy Jacobs. Roderick Strong defeated Christopher Daniels. Bobby Fish and Kyle O’Reilly defeated Matt Taven and Michael Bennett (w/Maria) to retain the ROH Tag Titles. Jay Lethal defeated Jushin “Thunder” Liger to retain the ROH TV Title. Jay Briscoe defeated Samoa Joe to retain the ROH Title.

Check out live results from tonight’s WWE Wrestlemania here.

Brock Lesner renews contract with WWE

March 24th, 2015

On ESPN Sportscenter, Brock Lesner announced he renewed his contract with the WWE last night. There was speculation he could leave for the UFC. This could change the outcome of Sunday’s main event.

Mexico Star Perro Aguayo dies in the ring

March 22nd, 2015

 The Associated Press-

MEXICO CITY — The son of a Mexican wrestling legend died early Saturday from a blow suffered in the ring, the Baja California state prosecutor’s office said. Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, known as Hijo del Perro Aguayo, fell unconscious on the ropes, apparently after receiving a flying kick from fellow wrestler Oscar Gutierrez, known as former WWE star Rey Mysterio Jr., according to video of the match in a municipal auditorium in Tijuana. The match continued for almost two minutes before other participants and the referee realized Aguayo was seriously injured and tended to him. He was taken to a hospital a block away and died about 1:30 a.m., prosecutor’s spokesman Raul Gutierrez said. “I have no words for this terrible news,” Joaquin Roldan, director of the AAA wrestling federation, said through his Twitter account. “My sincerest condolences for the Aguayo Ramirez family.” The state prosecutor’s office said the cause of death, based on the autopsy, was trauma to the neck and a cervical fracture. It has opened an investigation into possible manslaughter. The company that reportedly organized the event, The Crash, couldn’t be reached for comment. The Tijuana Boxing and Wrestling Commission called the death an unfortunate accident like those that occur in other high-risk sports. Even though the match continued as Aguayo hung listless on the ropes, commission President Juan Carlos Pelayo said people moved immediately to check his condition. He said the doctor in charge was not at ringside because he was treating another injured wrestler, but paramedics and a doctor who was a spectator attended to Aguayo.

“The reaction for medical attention was quick, in my opinion,” Pelayo said at a news conference Saturday.

Mexico is famous for its colorful characters and costumes in professional wrestling, popularly known as lucha libre, where fighters perform daring aerial maneuvers inside and outside the ring. Aguayo, 35, had wrestled for 20 years and was the son of the legendary Pedro “Perro” Aguayo, now retired and a member of the Aztec lucha Hall of Fame. The younger Aguayo was also popular and led a group called “Los Perros de Mal,” or the bad dogs. He won numerous titles, including national pairs with his father, a national heavyweight championship and the Consejo Mundial Lucha Libre world trios championship.

“It makes me very sad because he was a professional colleague and I have great affection for his father,” wrestler Hijo del Santo said in a telephone interview. “I think the fans in Japan, the U.S. and Mexico, of course, where he was very popular, must be in mourning, especially because of his youth. He had much ahead of him.”


Today in wrestling history

March 20th, 2015

1994 –  At Wrestlemania 10, Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match to win the
Intercontinental Title in a classic ladder match. Also, Bret Hart
defeated  Yokozuna to win the WWF World Title.

Today in Wrestling History

March 15th, 2015
  • 1999 – Rey Mysterio defeated WCW Cruiserweight Champion Billy Kidman to win the title.
  • 1999 – Road Dogg defeated WWF Intercontinental Champion Val Venis to win the title.
  • 2003 – The Amazing Red and A.J. Styles defeated Christopher Daniels and
    Donovan Morgan to win the ROH Tag Team Title.
  • 2009 – Suicide became new X-Division champion by defeating Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Jay Lethal
    and Consequences Creed