Update on SoCal Crazy's Condition:
Commissioner Durwood Murray has been
in contact with the friends and family of our SoCal Pro Champion,
SoCal Crazy. As everyone knows by now, SoCal Crazy was the victim
of a cowardly, heinous, and uncalled for attack at Collision Course
III by who we all thought was his best friend, Tommy Wilson. We
can now inform you that as a result of this attack, SoCal Crazy
suffered significant blood loss, broken teeth, as well as a very
severe concussion. For those of you who were disturbed and/or offended
by the actions of Tommy Wilson, we sincerely apologize. Mr. Wilson
was acting on his own accord, and by no means was he encouraged
or instigated to perform this vile act by anyone associated with
SoCal Pro Wrestling. Our initial response was to suspend Mr. Wilson
indefinitely and also to encourage SoCal Crazy to press legal charges.
However, SoCal Crazy has insisted we keep Mr. Wilson as an active
member of the SoCal Pro roster and also stated he would not be pressing
any charges, but would instead deal with these issues in the ring.
Fans, if we have any more information, we will relay it to all of
you, the great fans of SoCal Pro Wrestling, as soon as we are able.
SoCal Pro Wrestling
"Collision Course III"
Saturday, May 23, 2009
Oceanside Boys & Girls Club
1) Chimaera defeated “The New Age Punisher”
B-Boy via forfeit.
In what was billed as a special challenge
match, Chimaera walked out to the ring ready to challenge the New
Age Punisher B-By. B-Boy's music hit, but the New Age Punisher was
nowhere to be found. Suddenly, the music cut out, and Jason Redondo'
music came blaring over the speakers in Oceanside, CA. The fans
rained down with cat calls and boos as Jason Redondo, Scott Lost,
Adam Pearce, and C. Edward Vanderpyle walked out to the ring confidently.
Redondo informed Chimaera that he had the night off and that B-Boy
wouldn't be showing up. Chimaera shrugged his shoulders and walked
off as Redondo explained that he had run B-Boy out of town after
an altercation the two had the previous night in Pacific Beach.
Redondo stated that now that B-Boy was out of the picture he could
focus on getting his SoCal Pro Title back. Adam Pearce spoke up
about the power of the Elite, and also made sure to throw some negative
remarks towards Johnny Goodtime as well as many of the great fans
of SoCal Pro Wrestling who were in attendance. Scott Lost grabbed
the microphone and had some choice words for Johnny Yuma.
As Lost continued his verbal beatdown
of Yuma and telling all of the SoCal Pro fans how great he was,
Johnny Yuma, Johnny Goodtime, and Evan Jellik all ran out and cleared
the ring of the Elite. All men brawled around the ringside area
with Yuma, Goodtime, and Jellik standing tall.
2) The Ballard Brothers (Shane & Shannon Ballard) defeated
Aerial Star & Locura with Air Canada.
The Ballard Brothers ambushed Aerial
Star and Locura from behind before the bell even rang. All 4 men
took the match to the Penalty Boxes where the action continued.
Eventually everyone ended up in the ring and the bell was finally
rung. Throughout the match, Locura showed continued signs of mental
instability and seemed to be talking to someone in the ring. At
one point Locura even began unleashing offensive maneuvers onto
this "imaginary" person. Aerial Star grew frustrated with
his partner's delusional behavior, tagged himself in, but ran right
into Air Canada from the Ballards and was defeated.
3) “Radiant” Jason
Redondo defeated Evan Jelik with "Drop Dead Gorgeous"
Jason Redondo came out, determined
to prove to Durwood Murray that he should be in title contention
once again. Prior to the match, he was heard arguing with the Commissioner
about getting in a title match if he was to defeat Evan Jellik.
Evan Jellik put up a heck of a fight, but the Redondo proved to
be too much for Jellik to handle.
4) Open Challenge Match: Locura
(who answered the challenge) defeated Chimaera.
Chimaera came to the ring and told Ring Announcer Troy Stone that
he wanted some competition since his original opponent was unable
to make the show. Chimaera challenged any wrestler from the back
to face him and Locura answered the challenge. Aerial Star tried
to stop his tag team partner Locura from wrestling another match
at Collision Course III, however, Locura continued towards the ring
and instructed Aerial Star to head to the back. Locura showed a
fire and determination we have never seen from him before in SoCal
Pro Wrestling. During the match, he once again became distracted
by something, or someone, and started throwing fists wildly into
mid air. However, his craziness proved to be his advantage, as Locura
picked up the win over Chimaera with a Spinning Suplex.
5) Brass Knuckles on a Pole Match: “Scrap Iron”
Adam Pearce with C. Edward Vander Pyle defeated Johnny Goodtime.
Johnny Goodtime was out for revenge
in this match-up for the broken orbital bone he suffered back in
January at New Year's Retribution at the hands of Pearce and Vanderpyle.
This match went all around the ringside area as both wrestlers used
everything that wasn't tied down in order to maim their opponent.
Both men spent the entire match desperately trying to grab hold
of the Brass Knuckles that were hanging 15 feet high above the ring.
At one point in the match, as both ment were fighting for position
on the pole, the Brass Knuckles went flying off the pole to the
outside of the ring. When Pearce was just inches away from grabbing
them, Johnny Goodtime dove to stop him, and the brawling around
ringside and in the ring continued. Towards the end of the match,
Johnny Goodtime was able to reverse a Piledriver from Pearce, and
hit a BrainBuster/DDT type maneuver onto Pearce.
Seeing Pearce was totally knocked out, Goodtime opted for revenge,
in the form of the brass knuckles, as opposed to pinning his opponent.
As Goodtime grabbed the Brass Knuckles on the outside of the ring
with the ref looking on, Vanderpyle snuck a spare pair of knuckles
to Adam Pearce. Vanderpyle got in the way of Goodtime on his way
back to the ring, in order to buy Pearce more time to recover. Goodtime
clocked Vanderpyle with the brass knuckles, knocking him out cold
as the fans in Oceanside, CA lept to their feet! Goodtime entered
the ring and picked up Pearce to deliver the final, winning blow,
however Pearce surprised him with his own pair of brass knuckles
and stole another victory from Johnny Goodtime. After the match,
it took 6 men to haul C. Edward Vanderpyle back to the locker room.
Fans, this was one of the greatest matches in the history of SoCal
Pro Wrestling, and is one of the reasons you have to be here to
see what SoCal Pro Wrestling is all about. What an encounter!
6) “Rock ‘N’
Roll Rebel Soul” Johnny Yuma defeated “The Professional”
Scott Lost dominated the majority of
the match up with his technical wrestling skills. However, as soon
as the tides began to turn in Yuma's favor, Adam Pearce and his
trusty brass knuckles ran out to the ring to interfere. Not far
behind him was Johnny Goodtime though, who got his revenge on Pearce
from earlier when he knocked Pearce out cold with some brass knuckles
of his own. Lost hit Yuma with a Jawbreaker variation and began
to have words with Goodtime. Eventually, Lost turned around and
went to pick up the seemingly lifeless Johnny Yuma, who suddenly
rolled Scott Lost up with a small package for the victory in the
upset of the night!
7) SoCal Pro Tag Team Championship:
Cool Imagery (Hector Canales & Ricky Mandel) (c) defeated SoCal
Crazy & Tommy Wilson.
This was the main event of the evening,
pitting Cool Imagery, who have held the titles since November, against
the best friend duo of Tommy Wilson, and the current SoCal Pro Champion,
SoCal Crazy. The early few minutes of the match was comprised of
both teams testing each other with great technical and counter wrestling.
Each team applauded the other team for their tremendous in ring
abilities. The match went back and forth, with neither team getting
an advantage. During the match, dueling chants in support of both
teams were very audible as each team had their fair share of supporters
in attendance. Things took a disturbing turn though as when Ricky
Mandel was on the offensive against SoCal Crazy, Wilson pulled the
top rope down, sending Mandel out of the ring. Wilson began stomping
aggressively on Mandel on the outside and even slammed his head
into the ring apron as fans looked on confused. SoCal Crazy did
not seen any of this and when Tommy rolled Mandel into the ring,
SoCal continued to work over Mandel in hopes of gaining the SoCal
Pro Tag Titles for Wilson and himself. However, Crazy did see what
would happen a few moments later. As Ricky Mandel was climbing to
the top turnbuckle, on the apron, Tommy Wilson shoved Mandel off,
causing him to land painfully onto the top rope. Crazy was not happy
with this turn of events, as Wilson clearly showed no care for the
well being of Ricky Mandel in this situation.
Wilson screamed for Crazy to pin Mandel, but the SoCal Pro Champion
refused to win the titles this way and instead was checking to see
if Ricky was OK. Tommy reached over and tagged himself in and began
beating Mandel senseless, focusing on the injured groin area. Wilson
looked to be well onto his way to winning the tag team titles with
a Superkick on Mandel, but Hector Canales ran in to break up the
pinfall. Wilson got up and began arguing with SoCal Crazy, while
Hector dragged Ricky towards their corner so he could tag in. Wilson
stood in the opposite corner verbally berating SoCal Crazy, accusing
him of being a "coward", "weak", a "loser",
and other words that can not be reprinted on this site. For those
in attendance, we sincerely apologize for the verbiage that Tommy
Wilson was using at this point.
When Wilson finally stopped the verbal
beatdown, he turned around to find Hector in the ring. The two battled
momentarily, with Hector whipping Wilson directly into SoCal Crazy.
The two men's heads collided, Wilson turned around and walked straight
in a Spinebuster from Hector Canales that was able to get the job
done as the tag champs retained.
The real story occurred after the match,
as Wilson continued berating SoCal Crazy. It seemed cooler heads
would prevail as the two men hugged and shook hands, but this was
not to be, as Wilson suddenly hit Crazy with a vicious lariat right
in the middle of the ring. As Wilson looked down, and the boos rained
in on him from the fans in Oceanside, Wilson slowly picked Crazy
up and delivered his patented Superkick. With Crazy down, Wilson
demanded a title shot. Wilson left the ring as the boos continued
to pour in. Crazy got up eventually and grabbed the microphone.
He explained that he would not let the SoCal Pro Title come between
their friendship, and that this was not the Tommy Wilson he knew,
not the Tommy Wilson who helped him and trained him for his Cage
Match against Jason Redondo where he became SoCal Pro Champion.
He apologized to Tommy, but said he just wouldn't throw their friendship
away and they could find a way to work out their differences other
What happened next was perhaps the
most horrific, cowardly, and vicious attack ever to take place in
SoCal Pro Wrestling. As SoCal Crazy was posing for the fans with
his SoCal Pro Title, Tommy Wilson charged the ring with a chair
and struck SoCal Crazy directly in the skull. As Crazy crumbled
to the mat, Tommy Wilson stood over him fuming and seething with
a disturbing anger we have never seen from him before. Tommy began
to slam the chair into the ribs of SoCal Crazy. Wilson's attack
continued as he threw Crazy over the guardrail into the chairs at
ringside as the fans cleared out of the way, watching the carnage
unfold with terror in their eyes.
Wilson eventually threw Crazy back
in the ring, and continued his assault with the chair and also hit
Crazy with another Superkick. Suddenly, Johnny Yuma and Johnny Goodtime
ran out to save their friend, SoCal Crazy. Wilson slowly backed
out of the ring and once again told the unconscious SoCal Crazy
that their friendship was officially over, and that this would never
end until he received a title shot!
Durwood Murray walked out and told
Wilson that you can't earn title shots by attacking people in this
manner, that to earn a title shot, you need to win matches and be
deemed the #1 contender, so he announced a Four Corners Elimination
Match for June 20th, with Jason Redondo vs. Johnny Yuma vs. Johnny
Goodtime vs. Tommy Wilson, with the winner of the match challenging
SoCal Crazy for the SoCal Pro title on July 18th. Wilson was boiling
over with anger as he walked back to the locker rooms.
Meanwhile, in the ring, while tending to Crazy, Goodtime and Yuma
realized that the Champ was not responding to anything, and blood
was coming out of his mouth. They called out for one of the SoCal
Pro Staff Members to get their car as Crazy clearly needed medical
attention immediately. As quickly as possible, fans cleared their
chairs out of the way as the car pulled up close to the ring, where
Goodtime, Yuma, The Dynamic Brothers, along with SoCal Pro Wrestling
Officials carried the SoCal Pro Champion to the awaiting vehicle,
which immediately sped off, so that Crazy could get to an Emergency
Room where he could receive the medical attention he needed.
Fans, we once again want apologize
for the actions of Tommy Wilson. What he did at Collision Course
III was by no means endorsed, prompted, or encouraged by anyone
associated with SoCal Pro Wrestling. Our immediate reaction was
to suspend Mr. Wilson, perhaps indefinitely, and let the law take
matters into their own hands. However, SoCal Crazy, insisted we
keep him on the active roster and also refused to press charges.
We will respect SoCal Crazy's decision on this matter since he was
the person who was affected by the vile actions of Tommy Wilson.
As we now know, SoCal Crazy not only ended up with significant blood
loss and broken teeth from the attack, but he also suffered a VERY
SEVERE CONCUSSION. Commissioner Durwood Murray is still waiting
word on finding out when SoCal Crazy will be back in action here
in SoCal Pro Wrestling. From all of us here at SoCal Pro Wrestling,
we wish him all the best as he recovers from this heinous attack.
Saturday, June 20, 2009 - Oceanside Boys & Girls Club - 401
Country Club Ln (Oceanside, CA)
Main Event already signed:
Four Corner Elimination Match to Determine the #1 Contender for
the SoCal Pro Title
Johnny Yuma vs. Jason Redondo vs. Johnny
Goodtime vs. Tommy Wilson
For information regarding the June event and other SoCal Pro news,
then please visit www.socalprowrestling.com