1. Terrific Tony defeated Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea & Evan Fury by pinfall in three-way action (7:07)
2. Paco Loco defeated Ooga Booga w/J.R. Jackson by pinfall in singles action (8:16)
3. Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride defeated "Lightning" Les Parker w/"New Era" Jimmy Parker by pinfall in singles action (7:28)
4. The Mid Atlantic Outlaws Matt Houston & Louis Moore defeated "Lost Cause" Nick Richards & Michael "the Fury" McAllister by pinfall in tag team action (16:48)
5. World Brass Knuckle Champion "Beastmaster" Rick Link defeated "Fantastic" Bobby Fulton by pinfall to retain the title (7:18)
6. ECPW Tag Team Champions Mark James & Donnie Dollar$ defeated Lee Valiant & Corey Duncom by pinfall to retain the titles (18:02)
7. "New Era" Jimmy Parker defeated ECPW Heavyweight Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse by pinfall to win the title (15:42)
8. The Terminators defeated The Storm Legacy's "Iceman" Joe Storm & Lee Storm w/Damien Storm by pinfall in main event steel cage tag team action (10:46)
Officials: Redd Jones & Randy Gallman
All bouts sanctioned by Pro Wrestling International. Visit us online at www.pwipro.com!
+++Terrific Tony was out first followed by Chris "Sho Smoove" Lea and Evan Fury for a three-way dance to kick off ECPW Thanksgiving Night. All three grapplers took turns wailing away on the other with Tony taking the brunt of both Lea and Fury's attacks. However, the veteran wiles of Terrific Tony took an opportunistic win by pinfall to the disapproval of the fans.
+++Results courtesy of IndyInsiders.Com. Yup, it's Thanksgiving and we're doing 'rasslin!
+++Masked Paco Loco was out next for singles action against Ooga Booga w/J.R. Jackson. This reporter has yet to decipher the chirps, grunts and growls that Ooga and Jackson use to communicate during a match, but Paco Loco pulled off an impressive pinfall win despite the two-on-one possibilities.
+++"Lightning" Les Parker w/"New Era" Jimmy Parker was out next to face Rob "Boogie Woogie Man" McBride in their first-ever match. McBride didn't give the former NWA regular an opportunity to do much, but distractions and threats by son Jimmy at ringside took their toll on Boogie, giving Les an upper hand. With the people behind him, McBride turned the tide of the battle and soundly defeated Parker by pinfall in the center of the ring.
+++Long-time promoter Ken Spence was then introduced to host the induction of the first class of the ECPW Hall Of Fame. Referee Dave Routh, "Beastmaster" Ric Link, Lumbee Warrior, "Fantastic" Bobby Fulton and the Terminators were presented plaques on behalf of ECPW.
+++The Mid Atlantic Outlaws Louis Moore & Matt Houston were out next for Bunk House rules tag team action against "Lost Cause" Nick Richards & Michael "the Fury" McAllister. All four men brawled all over the entire facility, inflicting brutality on one another the duration of the bout. The Outlaws were the team standing tall at the end of the bout, winning by pinfall with the ring littered with plunder.
+++"Fantastic" Bobby Fulton was out next with his Arabian manager to challenge "Beastmaster" Rick Link for his World Brass Knuckles Championship. After some ripping and tearing of Bobby Fulton's photographs the fight began in earnest on the floor at ringside. Fulton produced some kind of sharp instrument and began gouging away at Link, who kept the challenger moving in reverse. Link, fed up with the attacks of Fulton, dropped him back-first to the ring apron and pinned him standing on the floor to retain his title.
+++Lee Valiant & Corey Duncom were out next to challenge ECPW Tag Team Champions Mark James & Donnie Dollar$ for the straps. James started off hot as a rocket, leaving Dollar$ watching from the corner for most of the first five minutes of the match. Dollar$ made his way into the match, found the going to his liking, rough, and all four men ended up battling at the same time. The champions finally got the pinfall to retain the titles after throwing Valiant to the floor and blocking him from stopping his partner from being pinned.
+++"New Era" Jimmy Parker was out next to a roar of boos from the fans to challenge ECPW Heavyweight Champion "the 1st" Ric Converse for his title. These two determined opponents went for the gold with Converse calling for his Ric-Tor Scale finisher around 12 minutes in. Parker, however, had no part of being planted face-first into the canvas, fighting his way out of Converse's finisher to turn the tables and have his father Les Parker rush in from the locker room area to clobber Converse. It was then a mere three-count away from Parker taking the title. Parker wasn't finished with Converse as he began his championship celebration, and Converse wasn't finished with him, leaving him laying in the middle of the ring as he exited minus the ECPW title belt.
+++The steel cage was erected and referee Redd Jones climbed inside with the Storm Legacy's "Iceman" Joe Storm & Lee Storm and Thomasville's own Terminators. The fight began before the cage door was even sealed and all four men went to war. It didn't take long before the brutality of the steel cage began to show itself across the faces of the competitors, who all met the steel face-first during the course of the match. The Storms raged fiercely but the home-town advantage may have driven the Terminators to a convincing pinfall win as the cage was rushed by the fans. The Terminators made their way out, announcing that they'd never again step foot into a wrestling ring and thanking their fans for their years of support.
+++IndyInsiders.Com will release info concerning the next ECPW event in 2014 when finalized!
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