Friday, July 29, 2011

Chingo Del Santo

Chingo Del Santo

Name: Chingo Del Santo
FKA: Chingo Smurf, Tex-Mex Smurf, Laz

DOB: 04/26/1984

Height: 5’9”
Weight: 250 lbs

Hometown: Del Rio Texas

Trained By: Jacob Ladder, Darin Childs, Massive

Pro Debut: April 11, 2008

ACW Debut: 08/10/2008 – “Distrust, Dismay and Anti-Social Behavior 2008”

Signature Moves:
Flying Shoulder Tackle, “Swine Flew” (top rope splash), “The Fat Man Can Fly” Elbow Drop

Finishing Moves: Pump-Handle Slam, Kenta Bomb

ACW Titles:
Tag Team Title – 08/08/10 – “Fall From Grace 2010” – With Smurf Nation partner JC Bravo defeated former champions The Submission Squad (Evan Gelistico & Pierre Abernathy)
Young Guns - U-30 Title - 10/23/11 - "Beyond Good & Evil 2" - Defeated former champion & partner JC Bravo in an unscheduled match after Bravo challenged "Anyone in ACW"

Other Titles Held:
TnT Tag Team Titles (with JC Bravo), TWA Tag Team Titles (with JC Bravo)

Notable Feuds and Alliances: (In his own words) Feuding with the Submission Squad was a lot harder than I thought it would be. I suffered injuries that I am still dealing with to this day. I did learn a lot from them though. I still can’t stand them but I do respect them. Put me in the ring with them again and I will make sure I’m one step ahead of them.

Personal History: (In his own words) I got into this business not wanting to be a wrestler nor a referee. All I wanted to do was set up the ring and watch the show for free, but other wrestlers would practice their moves with me and all of a sudden I got interested. Ever since then, I have been having the time of my life. Being in the ring with the guy I used to sit in the front row (JC Bravo) and wrestling with or against the ones I used to cheer and boo has been an honor especially with Jerry Lynn because I did not expect to wrestle him that early in my career.

Fast forward to now. I am on a mission to whoop… I mean fight for my life like I’m back on the front lines in the Middle East. Prepare for the worst because it will be my best.

Friday, July 22, 2011

JT LaMotta

The Mind of Wrestling

JT LaMotta

Name: JT LaMotta
AKA: “The Mind of Wrestling”

DOB: 12/29/1982

Height: 5’8”
Weight: 200 lbs

Hometown: Oxford, New York

Trained By: Mike Thunder, GU, Jonah De Wald

Pro Debut: November 5, 2001

ACW Debut: 5/26/2007 – “A Small Town Saturday Night”

Signature Moves: Pendulum Dropkick (headstand dropkick,) Corkscrew Arabian Press, Spinnerplex (suplex followed by twisting suplex,) Reverserana

Finishing Moves: Cram Before the Exam (cradle DDT,) Dirt Nap (roll of the dice)

ACW Titles:
2007 Lone Star Classic Champion 12/21/2007 - "The Lone Star Classic 2007" – defeated Human Tornado in the finals of a twelve-man tournament

Heavyweight Champion 01/18/2009 - "Guilty By Association 2009" - defeated former champion Jimmy Jacobs

Anarchy Televised Title - 10/10/10 - "Beyond Good and Evil" - defeated former champion Davey Vega in a 3-way match which also involved Gary Jay.

Anarchy Heavyweight Champion (2) - 11/12/11 - 2011 Lone Star Classic - Defeated former champion Portia in the Semi-Finals of the tournament

Other Titles Held: 4-time PCW Cruiserweight Champion, 2-time NWA-SW Junior Heavyweight Champion, SPW Cruiserweight Champion, SPW Texas Champion, 2-time PCW “Un-Cut” Tag Team Champion, PCW “Un-Cut” Heavyweight Champion, IZW Cruiserweight Champion, DCW Junior Champion, TTW X Champion

Notable Feuds and Alliances: (In his own words)
Andy Dalton, Jimmy Jacobs, Joshi Women = Feuds. Dalton, Wally Darkman = Alliances

Personal History: (In his own words) “Man amongst himself and seperates himself by thinking out of the box. He has achieved success where all others have failed. Numerous tours of Japan and Mexico have helped him hone his skills. JT LaMotta has become legendary not only in ACW but in Texas."

Friday, July 15, 2011

JC Bravo

Young Guns - U-30 Champion

JC Bravo

Name: JC Bravo
FKA: Black Rocker

DOB: 10/26/81

Height: 5’6”
Weight: 150 LBS

Hometown: Brownfield, TX – Previously announced as coming from The “Smurf-side of San Antonio”

Trained By: ACW Dojo, lead at that time by Jacob Ladder

Pro Debut: Nov 17, 2007 San Antonio Texas as Black Rocker w/ Halloween Crew vs. Double Trouble vs. Hotsauce & Shawn Vexx

ACW Debut: (as Black Rocker) 11/17/2007 – “War of Attrition – Night 1”
(unmasked) 06/15/2008 – “The Realization of Mortality”
(JC Bravo debut match) 07/19/2008 – “From Innocence to Insanity ‘08”

Signature Moves: Gorybomb Backbreaker aka “J.M.S” (Justifiable Murder Strike) , The Bravo Dropper (Unprettier), 360 Bravo Drop, Wizard Knee Strike, Tree of Woe Nut Stomp

Finishing Moves: Jumping Monkey on your Backcraker, Bravissimo (Top Rope Flipping Bravo Drop), Chair Moonsault.

ACW Titles:
ACW Tag Titles (as Black Rocker) 11/18/2007 - "War of Attrition – Night 2” – Team “Halloween Crew” with Jack-O-Lantern won 4-team elimination scramble match against Miss Diss_Lexia & Rachel Summerlyn, “Supreme Clientele” Shawn Vexx & “Hotsauce” Marco Riviera and former champions “The Children of Pain” Darin Childs & Skylar Skelly to become champions
ACW Tag Titles (2) (as Black Rocker) 03/29/2008 - "Delusions of Grandeur” - Team "Halloween Crew" with Jack=O-Lantern won 4-way elimination against “The Submission Squad” Pierre Abernathy & Evan Gelistico, Gary Jay & “The Future” Donovan Ruddick and former champions Dillon Stone & Nathan Sin to become champions.
Hardcore Title - 4/26/2009 - "Keep Austin Weird II" - Defeated Problems and former champion Jacob Ladder to become champion.
ACW Tag Titles (3) - 05/05/10 - "Fall From Grace 2" - Team "The Smurf Nation" with Chingo Smurf defeated former champions "The Submission Squad" Pierre Avernathy & Evan Gelistico in a submissions match
Young Guns U-30 Title - 08/21/2011 - "Distrust, Dismay & Anti-Social Behavior 5" - Defeated former champion Gary Jay in a scramble match which also featured Berry Breeze, Slim Sexy, Killah Kash & "Wild Gun" Aiden Colt
Young Guns U-30 Title (2) - 01/15/2012 - "Guilty by Association 6" - Defeated former champion Chingo Del Santo & Berry Breeze in a 3-way match in which Bravo risked his hair against Del Santo's title and Breeze's career.

Other Titles Held: Attack ‘n’ Destroy Wrestling Cruiserweight Champ, TNT Tag Team Champion (with Chingo), TWA Tag Team Champ (with Chingo)

Notable Feuds and Alliances: (In his own words) In 2010 the war between Smurf Nation and the Submission Squad was epic. Smurf Nation chasing the champs over half a year. We had the first ever ACW tag team Texas bull rope match and St Louis vs. Texas flag match. Finally ending when the Nation was able to beat the Squad in a Submission match. Now going into 2011 the Nation is no more when long-time team member Berry Breeze was forced out the group and turned on his friends.

Personal History: (In his own words) At the first ACW show i was sitting front row and never missed a show. Till one day, I, a drunken fan ask to help after a show. I continued to do ring crew till the ACW Dojo first open. Lead by head trainer Jacob Ladder and help from many others, myself and Chingo were the first graduates and true home-grown talent out the school. By my 2nd match I was tag team champion as Black Rocker. Still at the same time refining matches till I unmask and become JC Bravo. Than by a weird chance and a Chikara message broad Berry Breeze and I formed Team Smurf. Later with Chingo and Angel Blue we grew into the Smurf Nation. Biggest Match for the Nation put all four Smurfs against at that time the ROH champ Jerry Lynn w/ Showtime Summers for the ACW Tag team belts. The Nation has now come down to two. As we see what the Legion of Shroom has in store. In short, 4 years later I’m a 4 time champ and going strong.

Friday, July 8, 2011

Pierre Abernathy

Pierre Abernathy

Name: Pierre Abernathy

DOB: 8/29/1983

Height: 6’2”
Weight: 225 lbs

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri

Trained By: Nick Tyson & Adam Raw

Pro Debut: 6/24/2003

ACW Debut: 6/17/2007 – “A Sexxxy Sunday Night”

Signature Moves: Tap Out Time (Crossface), European Full Nelson, Lariat

Finishing Moves: Culture Shock

ACW Titles:
Tag Team Titles 11/16/08 - "Our Time to Shine 2008" with Evan Gelistico pinned former champions The Garza Brothers in a 4 way match which also included Team Smurf & Troubled Youth. Lost the titles later in that same show to the team of Jerry Lynn & Scot Summers

Young Guns U-30 Title 10/18/08 - "A Nightmare on Tenth Street" defeated former champion Robert Evans in a 4-way elimination match which also included Jaykus Plisken & Junior Garza

Tag Team Titles (2) 01/17/2010 - "Guilty by Association 4" - With Submission Squad partner Evan Gelistico, defeated former champions Jerry Lynn & Scot Summers

Other Titles Held: LWA Heavyweight Title, 2X LWA Medallion Holder, GCW Tag Title (w/ Evan Gelistico), Wreckingball Wrestling Tag Titles, LWA Tag Team Titles (w/ Evan Gelistico), LAW (Ark.) Tag Team Champion, PWP (IL) Tag Team Champion, PWO (TX) Tag Team Champion

Notable Feuds and Alliances: (In his own words)
Alliances: His group his friends his only family The Submission Squad

Feuds: Pierre has been in battles with many. These are the top feuds: Jordan Taylor (Over LWA President seat). The Bearded Men of Space Station 11 (a war that lasted 3 years over the way pro wrestling should be). Adam Raw (a feud over who should be the flag carrier over the LWA). Dorian Victor (battle over LWA medallions). Gary the Barn Owl (Before Gary joined the Squad these two men fought in 8 states over 5 years over many titles.) Jerry Lynn/Scott Summers ( Fought over ACW Tag Titles). Team Smurf (a feud that lasted 6 months over the ACW tag titles). Masada/Scott Summers ( A battle thats just begun)

Personal History: (In his own words) Pierre has won many titles in wrestling the first being LWA President. Pierre has worked in 15 states in the USA and even in Canada. Many people ask why the British name and no accent. The answer is Pierre (real name Paul) hates everything about the USA from its government to its wrestling fans. So much so he adapted a non-American name.

Quote: Its a motto Pierre has lived by since he was 12 years old “Death Before Dishonor”

Friday, July 1, 2011

Robert Evans

"The Essence of Excellence"

Robert Evans

Name: Robert Evans
AKA: “The Essence of Excellence”, R.D. Evans

DOB: 10/19/1983

Height: 1.89 metres
Weight: 90 kilograms

Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Trained By: “General” Skandor Akbar, Slam Shady

Pro Debut:
2/10/2011 for SSOW (Super Stars Of Wrestling) in Sulpher Springs, Texas against Jonny Tek

ACW Debut: 6/7/2009 – “The Realization of Mortality”

Signature Moves: “Remember The Alamo!” Headbutt

Finishing Moves: Alpha Flight Headbutt, Wonder-Fall, Armshooter

ACW Titles:
ACW Young Guns U-30 Title 07/19/2009 - "From Innocence to Insanity 3" – Challenged and defeated champion Darin Childs in an unscheduled match moments after Childs had won the title from Super-Electro in a 4-Way Match.

ACW Young Guns U-30 Title (2) 09/15/2009 - "2009 Lone Star Classic" in the first round of the tournament, defeated Colt Cabana & former champion Pierre Abernathy.

ACW Young Guns U-30 Title (3) 04/18/2010 - "Peace Love & Anarchy" defeated Davey Vega in a match to fill the vacant title.

ACW Heavyweight Title - 11/14/10 - "Lone Star Classic 2010" - Defeated former champion Scot Summers

Other Titles Held:
3-time PCW Cruiserweight, 2-time PCW Tag Team, PCW Uncut, XCW Tag Team, NAWA Heavyweight, NWA Southwest Junior Heavyweight, FEW Tag Team, SPW Tag Team, 2-time UWF Cruiserweight, SSOW Cruiserweight

Notable Feuds and Alliances:
(In his own words) Two relationships have predominated my ACW tenure.

My long-time friendship with tag-team partner and fellow Full House member Matthew Palmer turned sour when he became the #1 Contender to my Monarchy Championship Wrestling Heavyweight Championship and showed his true colors by trying to take my birthright from me. Friend indeed. What was sour turned rotten when he doused me in gasoline and attempted to light me on fire at Guilty By Association V, unfortunately succeeding in his quest to dethrone me.

The other is a more… complicated relationship with Portia Perez. Together, as Perevans, we were the reigning King and Queen of ACW: She the Joshi Champion and I the Heavyweight. Some would say that turned sour, as well. I say they have not seen anything, yet…

Personal History: (In his own words) As a long-time Texas standout, the Office of Anarchy had been aware of me for years but wanted nothing to do with me out of fear. They knew that I was the antithesis of anarchy… and they were right. My very first day in ACW, I kicked down the door and demanded a main event spot. By my second outing, I had faced the man who had tried to keep me out of ACW and taken his U-30 Championship. I went on to become the most dominant U-30 Champion of all-time and, though I eventually lost it to ACH, realized there was greater purpose at play. My rise in ACW had been quick for a reason. I had been placed there by Divine Right, tasked to topple anarchy and replace it with Monarchy. I would do so by winning the ACW Heavyweight Championship and anointing myself King.

The peasants were shocked when I made Scot Summers tap-out but I was not. Destiny had been fulfilled. 1,000 Days of Glory was the promise of my reign… yet it was cut short when my turncoat best friend made me say, “I quit.” Worse yet, the girl I loved Superkicked me for confessing my love. It appeared not to be destiny, after all, but delusion. Right?

Sometimes, even I do not fully understand my own providence. But I assure you, Dear Reader, my ACW story has only begun. There are still many days left to be fulfilled of those 1,000 Days of Glory….