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IWF in Gateshead, 2nd Oct 2004


4th Anniversary Show


After celebrating four years of the Independent Wrestling Federation, Bobby Jackson was officially stripped of the IWF Tag Team Tiles due to injury suffered by his partner, Hot Ed. The main event was named as The Avery Brothers v Assassin & Jimmy Blade.




RD Wood v Max Heat


These two, arguably the top two competitors in the IWF Junior Academy met one-on-one for the first time in a match that saw Heat crowned the new champion. The challenger, realising he could not compete with Wood on the mat, spent much of the match in the air. After surviving the Shockwave (Suplex/Rock Bottom) from Wood, Heat became the new IWF Junior Academy Champion following a Liger Bomb.


Winner – Max Heat


Liam ‘The Player’ Atkinson v ‘Deckham Radgy’ Paul Dalby


Junior Academy member Dalby was offered the chance to step up to the next level by tangling with submission expert Liam Atkinson. Despite entering an impressive performance, the Deckham Radgy came up just short, falling victim to the Player’s Bridging German Suplex. Although he lost, Dalby showed great promise for the future, almost taking victory with his Radgy Star Press (Standing Shooting Star).


Winner – Liam ‘The Player’ Atkinson


Lee Kyle called Jed Masters to the ring and told the ‘Bad Boy’ that he was barely worth the attention of the leader of the ‘Lee Kyle Experience’. He then introduced Masters opponent…Kamala’s #1 Fan.


‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters v Kamala’s #1 Fan


The somewhat strange Kamala’s #1 Fan offered little competition for Masters, tapping out to the Masterpiece in under a minute.


Winner – ‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters


Kyle then introduced another opponent for Masters, in the shape of Lee Kyle Experience member Chris Prime.


‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters v ‘All The Time’ Chris Prime


Gifted flyer Prime fought Masters to a close run contest, bamboozling the popular powerhouse with a variety of aerial techniques. Eventually, however, Prime became frustrated when Masters kicked out after the ‘Prime Time’ Shooting Star Press, allowing the Bad Boy to take advantage and hit his patented Masterclass for the three count.


Winner – ‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters


His plan seemingly rumbled, Kyle came up with a plan B, introducing another opponent for Masters, this time Harry Pain.


‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters v Harry Pain


Exhausted by this point, Masters managed to blister the chest of Pain with some stinging chops but was unable to mount much other offence. Harry Pain unleashed a variety of devastating moves but the Bad Boy hung in, managing to roll a shoulder on each occasion to avoid defeat. Eventually, Pain earned a third public warning, and despite making Masters tap to the Hall of Pain Cloverleaf, was disqualified.


Winner – ‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters


Seeing Masters barely able to move, Kyle took the opportunity to announce himself as his fourth opponent of the night.


‘Bad Boy’ Jed Masters v Lee Kyle


With his opponent virtually immobile, Kyle slapped on his Mamba Choke for a barely deserved choke-out victory.


Winner – Lee Kyle


Masters eventually made his way to his feet and challenged Kyle to a bout on November 27th, when the IWF return to Gateshead. Kyle accepted, on condition that Masters, who had taken an incredible beating, passed a drug test.


Emma ‘Phoenix’ Anderson v Angel & Courtney Synn


Phoenix, who’s scheduled partner had been ‘mysteriously delayed’ agreed to take on Synn and Angel in a handicap match. Although she managed to cope quite comfortably with her opponents on a one-on-one basis, the IWF Women’s Champion fell victim to the numbers game when, after hitting her ‘Phoenix from the Flames’ Death Valley Driver on Synn, she was rolled-up and pinned by Angel


Winners – Angel & Courtney Synn


Jed Masters returned to the ring with his urine sample, and to much laughter threw it in the face of Lee Kyle. A shocked Kyle then accepted the match on 27th November.


‘Unbreakable’ Bobby Jackson came to the ring for his scheduled Ring of Faith title match with Weapon X. However the champion informed him that he would not be getting a title shot tonight, and would never get one unless he could defeat Nick Damocles.


‘Unbreakable’ Bobby Jackson v Nick Damocles


The debuting Damocles dominated the former Tag Team champion with variety of hard-hitting power moves before working over the left leg in an attempt to prevent Jackson from hitting his 450 splash. Eventually though, the mysterious newcomer realised why they call Jackson unbreakable, when Jackson, with his leg clearly bothering him, climbed to the top rope and hit the 450 to earn a hard fought victory.


Winner – ‘Unbreakable’ Bobby Jackson


Weapon X then declared that he would defend his title, and declared his opponent ‘The Ultimate Challenge’




Weapon X v The Ultimate Boog


The Ultimate Boog (Boogie Knights in a surprisingly convincing Ultimate Warrior costume) turned out to offer very little in the way of a challenge for the ROF Champion. It seemed as though the brutal Weapon X could have beaten the challenger before he did. After a monumental beating, Boog was eventually put out of his misery with a top rope splash.


Winner – Weapon X




The Avery Brothers v Assassin & Jimmy Blade


IWF Champion Assassin and his powerful cohort Jimmy Blade spent much of the match attempting to stop Shaun Avery making the tag to his well-rested brother Youngsta. Eventually though, the tag did come and the match began to break down, with each man hitting one of his patented moves to great effect. Assassin attempted to finish off the match from the top rope, but was sent crashing to the outside when Blade was sent flying into the ropes. A Shaun-ing Wizard and a springboard Moonsault from Youngsta later, and the Averys were two-time IWF Tag Team Champions.


Winners – The Avery Brothers


IWF News and Notes – 8th October 2004


The IWF make their London debut on Wednesday 27th October, when they perform at the Viz magazine 25th birthday party. The event takes place at the café de Paris. Unfortunately, no tickets are available for this event as it is by invite only, but the IWF roster are said to be tremendously excited at the prospect of performing on this star studded occasion. Although no tickets are available, expect a run down of the card as and when it becomes available, and a review of the matches and event, once the hangover wears off!


The next IWF show in the Northeast is at Bedlington Community Centre on Sat. 30th Oct. Tickets are £4 from the club ((01670) 824 141), a preview of the card will follow when available.


THE AVERY BROTHERS are said to be elated at becoming two-time IWF Tag Team champions and thank the fans for their support.


ASSASSIN seemed very upset at JIMMY BLADE after the main event at the Fourth Anniversary Show. However, both men deny any falling out has taken place.


Shaun Avery, Assassin and ‘BAD BOY’ JED MASTERS have received rave reviews for their performances at the IPW show in Kent on Sept. 25th. Assassin defeated Shaun in the first round while Jed eliminated Northwest High Flyer Spud. Jed and Assassin met in the next round in a four way involving Tony Sefton and Jonny Storm. The match ended when Storm pinned Assassin after a chair shot. All three IWF competitors have been asked to return to IPW by the end of the year.


LEE KYLE and Jed Masters have both signed a contract to meet in the ring at St. Joseph’s Hall, Gateshead on November 27th. Masters will have the fans firmly in his corner, but Kyle has let it be known that he intends to rise to the occasion for a match he considers one of the biggest of his career.


IWF Management has declared that ‘UNBREAKABLE’ BOBBY JACKSON is still very much the number one contender for the Ring of Faith title, currently held by WEAPON X.


BOOGIE KNIGHTS has decided to continue his popular impressionist character. After ‘becoming’ the Boogfather and the Ultimate Boog lately, he has asked if you would vote on the next star for him to take off. Email me your favourite from the following suggestions:



The Sandboog

Boog Show

Boog Boss Man

Bam Bam Boogelow

Boog Daddy

Boog Meanie

Ravishing Rick Boog


If you have any other suggestions, feel free to pass them on.



Dan Lewis

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Finally, I've been waiting for the review!


It was a really good show, with some good matches, entertaining angles, and some funny parts. Harry Pain trying to get me to cheer = classic!!!!


As for the Boog, don't think that they should take the micky out of anyone who's passed on. So no Boss Man, Big Daddy or Rick Rude. However, if you did Warrior, how about Boog Hogan, The Boogertaker, Superboog Jimmy Snuka or Boog Lesnar! (Some suggestions!)

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I agree with you there Eugene with the guys thats passed on and there has been a lot of talk as to who Boogie will do next.

I would of put the results up on saturday night but as i was on refreshments i didnt get them...thou i did get to see Ultimate Boog and that 450 from Bobby Jackson and Pac has returned to training so we should see the hi-flying specialist soon.

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I agree with you there Eugene with the guys thats passed on and there has been a lot of talk as to who Boogie will do next.

I would of put the results up on saturday night but as i was on refreshments i didnt get them...thou i did get to see Ultimate Boog and that 450 from Bobby Jackson and Pac has returned to training so we should see the hi-flying specialist soon.


Ah Saturday night refreshments! I hit the bar as soon as I left there as well.


EDIT: Oh, you mean the refreshments bar, oops!!!!


I'm going to try and get my ass in gear and get to one of your non-Gateshead shows, but failing that, I'll see y'all again on the 27th of next month, hopefully with quite a few of my friends. (You're coming to the wrestling with me, no arguements!!! sort of thing)

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