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October 18th, 2014
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Kevin Morgan def. The Bronze Bull (w/ Mark Wilson)
O'Malley def. Drake Gallows
IZW Tag Team Champions The Old School Studs (Randy Price & Gary Tool) def. The K, C. Wolves (Graham Bell & Luke Langley)
Jeff Wolfenbarger def. Vinnie
Jermaine Johnson def. Damon Windsor (w/ Mark Wilson)
October 11th, 2014
The Old School Studs (Randy Price & Gary Tool) def. IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan for the titles in a Handicap Match
Sheepy O'Brien def. Bobby Starr
Jermaine Johnson def. O'Malley
IZW Impact Division Champion Jordan Jacobs def. Vinnie in an Over-The-Top-Rope Challenge
Kevin Morgan def. Damon Windsor to qualify for a spot in the Monsters Bash Battle Royal
October 4th, 2014
Drake Gallows & IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan def. Impact, Inc. (Bobby Starr & Damon Windsor)
IZW Impact Division Champion Jordan Jacobs def. The Bronze Bull
Jeff Wolfenbarger def. O'Malley
Sheepy O'Brien def. O'Malley in an Over The Top Rope Challenge
Jermaine Johnson vs. IZW Champion Johnny Z ended in a No Contest
September 20th, 2014
IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan def. IZW Tag Team Champion Damon Windsor to gain full control of the IZW Tag Team Titles
Jordan Jacobs def. Bobby Starr to earn the 5th slot in the Impact Division Scramble Match
Jeff Wolfenbarger (w/ Kool Ade) def. The Bronze Bull
Jordan Jacobs def. Randy Price, Sheepy O'Brien, O'Malley and IZW Impact Division Champion Drake Gallows for the title in a 5-Way Scramble Match
Shawn McHale def. Mark Wilson in a Streetfight
There was no winner in a No Holds Barred Match between Jermaine Johnson and IZW Champion Johnny Z
September 13th, 2014
IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan def. Randy Price
Sheepy O'Brien def. IZW Tag Team Champion Damon Windsor
IZW Impact Division Champion Drake Gallows def. Angel Camacho by DQ
Jeff Wolfenbarger def. IZW Tag Team Champion Damon Windsor
Jermaine Johnson def. Jordan Jacobs
Sep 6th, 2014
Jermaine Johnson & IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan def. Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr)
Angel Camacho def. The Midnite Rider
Jeff Wolfenbarger def. Randy Price
IZW Impact Division Champion Drake Gallows def. IZW Tag Team Champion Damon Windsor in an Impact Rules Match
IZW Champion Johnny Z def. Jordan Jacobs in a match where the DQ rule was waived
Aug 23rd, 2014
It appeared that Jordan Jacobs def. IZW Champion Johnny Z (w/ Mark Wilson) for the title, but a review of the tape showed that George Knight made a fast 3-count and the title was returned.
Sheepy O'Brien def. Bobby Starr
The Bronze Bull def. IZW Impact Division Champion Drake Gallows
IZW Tag Team Champion Kevin Morgan def. Randy Price & O'Malley in a Handicap Match
Jermaine Johnson def. IZW Tag Team Champion Damon Windsor
Aug 9th, 2014
Big Business (Kevin Morgan & Damon Windsor) def. IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr, w/ Mark Wilson) for the titles
Jeff Wolfenbarger def. Vinnie Camacho
Drake Gallows def. Sheepy O'Brien and IZW Impact Division Champion Angel Camacho in a Triple Threat/Impact Rules Match for the title
Team Johnny Z (O'Malley, Randy Price, & Impact, Inc. [Team Bull & Johnny Z]) def. Team #1 (What Wrestling Should Be [Jermaine Johnson & Jordan Jacobs], IZW Tag Team Champions Big Business, & IZW Champion Gary Tool) in an Impact Chamber Match. Johnny Z was the final survivor and became the IZW Champion.
July 26th, 2014
Jermaine Johnson def. Randy Price
IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr, w/ Mark Wilson) def. Sheepy O'Brien & Drake Gallows
IZW Champion Gary Tool def. Johnny Z (w/ Mark Wilson) by DQ. Members of Team Johnny Z & Team #1 both hit the ring and Madam Erica ordered an impromptu 8-man tag team match
Kevin Morgan, What Wrestling Should Be (Jermaine Johnson & Jordan Jacobs), & IZW Champion Gary Tool def. Randy Price & Impact, Inc. (Johnny Z & IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull [The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr], w/ Mark Wilson)
July 12th, 2014
Randy Price def. Damon Windsor
IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr, w/ Mark Wilson) def. What Wrestling Should Be (Jermaine Jordan & Jordan Jacobs)
Soto Miyagi def. Vinnie Camacho in a Dance Contest
Sheepy O'Brien def. Vinnie Camacho
There was no decision between Johnny Z (w/ Mark Wilson) and Michael Barry
Damon Windsor, Michael Barry & What Wrestling Should Be (Jermaine Johnson & Jordan Jacobs) def. The Bronze Bull in a 4-on-1 Handicap Match
June 28th, 2014
There was no winner in a match between Gary Tool, Jermaine Johnson & Damon Windsor and Impact, Inc. (Johnny Z & IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull [The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr])
Drake Gallows def. Jordan Jacobs
Angel Camacho def. IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price for the title in an Impact Rules Match
Vinnie Camacho def. Soto Miyagi
Gary Tool, Jermaine Johnson & Damon Windsor def. Impact, Inc. (Johnny Z & IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull[The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr]) in a 6-Man Tag Team/No DQ/No Countout/Elimination Match. Tool was the last survivor and won the vacant IZW Title
June 14th, 2014
O'Malley def. Damon Windsor
Drake Gallows def. IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price by DQ
Jake O'Brien def. Jordan Jacobs
Angel Camacho def. Brock Landers
Gary Tool def. IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr) by DQ
Gary Tool & Jermaine Johnson def. IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr) in a non-title match
May 31st, 2014
IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price def. Bobby Star
IZW Tag Team Champion Angel Camacho def. Damon Windsor
The Bronze Bull def. O'Malley
Jake O'Brien def. Jordan Jacobs
The K. C Wolves (Luke Langley & Graham Bell) def. IZW Tag Team Champions The Sexy Camachos (Roberto Camacho & Vinnie Camacho) for the titles. Johnny Z then made a No DQ match for the KC Wolves to defend against Team Bull.
Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr) def. IZW Tag Team Champions The K. C. Wolves (Luke Langley & Graham Bell) for the titles in a No DQ Match
May 17th, 2014
IZW Impact Division Chmpion Randy Price def. Drake Gallows, Angel
Camacho and Luke Langley in Scramble Match
Damon Windsor & Copycat def The Brothers Righteous (O'Malley & Striker)
Graham Bell def. Jordan Jacobs to become the 2014 Impact Player of the Year
The Sexy Camachos (Angel Camacho, Roberto Camacho & Vinnie Camacho) def. IZW Tag Team Champions Team Bull (The Bronze Bull & Bobby Starr) for the titles in a Handicap Match
Kevin Morgan def. IZW Champion Double D by DQ
May 10th, 2014
IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price def. IZW Tag Team Champion Bobby Starr
Drake Gallows & Luke Langley def. The Sexy Camachos (Roberto Camacho & Vinnie Camacho)
Kevin Morgan def. Graham Bell
IZW Tag Team Champion The Bronze Bull def. Angel Camacho by DQ
IZW Champion Double D def. Jordan Jacobs
Brandon Bishop, Graham Bell & IZW Champion Double D def. IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price & Impact Elite (Kevin Morgan & Jordan Jacobs)
May 3rd, 2014
Damon Windsor def. IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price by DQ
Striker def. Soto Miyagi
Kevin Morgan def. Brock Landers
IZW Tag Team Champion Bobby Starr def. O'Malley
IZW Champion Double D def. Angel Camacho
April 26th, 2014
Graham Bell def. O'Malley to advance to the finals of the Impact Player of the Year Tournament
Copycat def. Angel Camacho
Kevin Morgan def. Drake Gallows
Luke Langley def. Striker
Jordan Jacobs def Damon Windsor to advance to the finals of the Impact Player of Year
IZW Champion Double D def. IZW Impact Division Champion Randy Price
April 19th, 2014
Randy Price def. IZW Impact Division Champion Drake Gallows for the title
Angel Camacho def. IZW Tag Team Champion Bobby Starr
Miss Diss Lexia def. IZW Queens Champion Paige Turner for the title
Erica def. IZW Queens Champion Miss Diss Lexia for the title in a No DQ Match
Roberto Camacho def. IZW Tag Team Champion The Bronze Bull
Damon Windsor & IZW Champion Double D def. Impact Elite (Kevin Morgan & Jordan Jacobs)
IZW Adrenaline October 18th Review
Halloween Hangover is just around the corner and everyone seems to be playing the numbers game in anticipation of the Monsters Bash. With the winner getting a title at any championship they choose, everyone in IZW is more focused than ever at being the one who wins it all. Last week on Adrenaline Kevin Morgan earned his way into the Monsters Bash and was placed at the #1 entry position giving him the steepest odds of all. This hasn’t seemed to faze The Image of Fear in the least as he made quick work of The Bronze Bull in this week’s opening contest. Morgan did have a little help in the form of a distraction from Jeff Wolfenbarger causing Bronze Bull to step right into the Moment of Fear. Bronze Bull’s body and his ego were bruised and that may have been the motivation he needs going into his match with Wolfenbarger at Halloween Hangover.
Morgan has been an unstoppable force since his return this summer but his former partner Damon Windsor still seems intent on proving that he can neutralize the Image of Fear. When confronted about his loss to Morgan Windsor ensured Mark Wilson that he would make sure Morgan never got close to the end of the Monsters Bash because with Morgan being the #1 entrant, he wanted to enter the Bash at #2.
Another group that was crunching the numbers was the new IZW Tag Team Champions the Old School Studs. They relayed to the IZW World that in beating Kevin Morgan for the titles, they had essentially no one left to face. Team Bull setting their individual sights on separate goal and the implosion of the momentary reunion of Big Business has left them no one to defend their newly one championship against. That being the case, The OSS went on to their aspirations to win the Monsters Bash but that’s when the numbers got evened up a little for the OSS as the returning KC Wolves would make their way to the ring. We hadn’t seen the KC Wolves in months and they wasted no time in letting the Studs know they wanted a chance at the tag team titles that were ripped away from them months ago. After some prodding of Randy Price’s ego, the Studs agreed to an impromptu match.
The Wolves showed that they haven’t lost a single step and in fact may have even improved since the last time they were in the Impact Arena. Their lightning fast attacks and seamless teamwork had the IZW World on their feet. The KC Wolves had Gray Tool right where they wanted them when Randy Price shoved Luke Langley to the floor and as the referee checked on his condition Price leveled Graham Bell with his tag team title belt and pulled Tool on top for the win. The Studs still reign supreme but it’s clear that The KC Wolves are back and they’re on the hunt for tag team gold.
O’Malley will also be in the Monsters Bash but isn’t playing the numbers game, he’s more worried about letter and those letters are “KO”. He and Sheepy O’Brien will be facing off in an Irish Bare-Knuckle Brawl at Halloween Hangover. These two knock out artists are bound to have a knock-down drag out fight which is made even more dangerous due to the implication that match may have on their chances in The Monsters Bash. The loser of this match may not even make it to the Bash.
Numbers would once again play a factor in the main event as The Leader of the Hype Section Jermaine Johnson took on Big Business Damon Windsor. Johnson is on the roll of a lifetime heading into his IZW Championship opportunity at Halloween Hangover. Windsor on the other hand has been on a bit of a losing streak and looked to improve his luck and soften up the #1 Contender for Johnny Z all in the same match. Windsor was thrown off his game by thunderous support from Johnson’s Hype Section throughout the match. When Mark Wilson gave him an opening Windsor capitalized and went on the attack, brutalizing Johnson with the newfound brand of malice we have come to expect from The Facilitator. Johnson battled back with a flurry of offence and took Big Business off his feet with a J Effect and perched for the ES2 but Mark Wilson grabbed his foot. While the referee was trying to separate the two, Windsor smashed into Johnson from behind and the referee got caught in between. Wilson immediate starting screaming for Windsor to kick Johnson in the groin and chokeslam him but he was silenced by the music and arrival of Double D. D made his way to ring side and assessed the situation, he then slid a steel chair to Windsor! D pointed to the chair and then to Johnson. As Johnson struggled to his feet Windsor readied his weapon. Then Double D leaped into the ring and delivered a sidekick, sending the chair right into Windsor’s face! As D stood over his victim and stared a hole through Mark Wilson, Johnson snatched him from behind and dropped him with an Energy Shot! He then nailed Windsor with an ES2 and covered him for the 1,2,3. This was another big win for the man who will face Johnny Z on November 1st but perhaps even more importantly it was a message to Double D, the man who will be the referee of that IZW Championship match and the man who has left Johnson laying on numerous occasions. There will be no friends in the Monsters Bash and no allies in the IZW Championship match at Halloween Hangover. The numbers in the title match are set to be 1-on-1 but will the addition of Double D as the referee sway the odds? And if so… in whose favor?
IZW Adrenaline October 11th Review
Sometimes it’s difficult to tell whether IZW Co-Commissioner Mark Wilson is a mastermind or a madman. A good case for both could be made based on the bombshells he dropped on this edition of Adrenaline.
Wilson was in complete control of things due to his actions that were caught by the IZW camera crew. A video was shown at the top of the show that depicted Mark Wilson attacking Shawn McHale and throwing him into the back of a vehicle that then sped off into the night. This was eerily similar to what happened to Michael Barry, a man we haven’t seen in the Impact Arena since. Who knows when or if we’ll see or hear from the #1 again? In McHale’s absence Wilson allowed Damon Windsor to exact a bit of revenge against his former partner Kevin Morgan. Windsor would deliver the message that Morgan would be defending his two IZW Tag Team Championships but not in a traditional tag match, in a handicap match. And it would be against the recently reunited and rebranded Old School Studs. Morgan is a beast as held his own in the contest perhaps better than anyone else could have but in the end the veteran instincts of Gary Tool and the athleticism of Randy Price won out and the Studs were able to walk away as the new IZW Tag Team Champions. Morgan, furious at the situation, stormed backstage and demanded a match with Windsor at Halloween Hangover. Mark Wilson refused saying that Windsor was busy in the Monsters Bash. When Morgan demanded a spot in the Bash Wilson set up a match between Morgan and Windsor in the main event and if Morgan won he’d be entered into the Monsters Bash but if he lost he would be out and not get a chance to become number one contender to the IZW Championship.
Wilson was just getting started for tonight. When Johnny Z went out to answer a challenge from Jermaine Johnson who demanded a rematch for the IZW Championship at Halloween Hangover, Wilson sent out the troops and all of Impact Inc began destroying the Leader of the Hype Section. That is until Double D hit the ring, steel chair in hand. He cleared all of Impact Inc from the ring as Johnny Z barely escaped a chairshot from D. In all the chaos Mark Wilson got another bright idea. He said that it was obvious that no matter how many times Jermaine Johnson failed to capture the IZW Championship, as long as Double D kept interfering, it would never be settled that Johnny Z was the better competitor. Then he shocked the IZW world by saying that not only would Jermaine Johnson get his rematch at Halloween Hangover but Double D would get the best seat in the house as he would be the special guest referee! D immediately looked completely disinterested and had a few unkind words for Wilson but Wilson let him know that if D didn’t properly referee and count the three for the victor… he would be in breach of contract and be fired!
In a matter of moments Mark Wilson completely changed the outlook of Halloween Hangover. But he wasn’t quite finished yet.
In the main event, Impact Inc’s facilitator Damon Windsor punished an already worn down Kevin Morgan. Morgan demanded the match and Windsor wasn’t too happy when it was made but once he realized the toll the opening match had on the Image of Fear, he seemed much more confident. His confidence would be shaken though, as no matter what punishment he laid upon Morgan it just seemed to further enrage him. Morgan kept fighting but went for a spear and got caught with the Big Time Slam. Windsor covered his former partner to finally get the validation of a win over Morgan but Morgan kicked out! Morgan ‘s kick out was clearly on instinct as he was unable to mount a counter attack and as Windsor wrapped his hand around Morgan’s throat, The Image of Fear lifted Windsor 10 feet in the air and drove him down with the Moment of Fear. Morgan made the cover and secured his spot in the Monsters Bash! And that’s when Mark Wilson dropped yet another bomb. He stated that Morgan would indeed be in the Monsters Bash at Halloween Hangover but since he was the one making it official, Wilson made sure to enter him in as number one! Morgan will literally have to go through the entire IZW roster just to get a chance to get revenge on Johnny Z. Stranger things have happened and if anyone can do it it’s The Image of Fear but the Monster Bash is a game of Numbers and the odds are certainly stacked against Kevin Morgan November 1st.
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