August's Supreme Pro Wrestling show began with an in ring interview from the promotion's champion Sir Samurai. He called out the returning Sal Thomaseli who in turn not only demanded a title shot but he made fun of Samurai and his "indy" style of wrestling unlike Thomaseli who's a professional. The two quarreled over who was more of a pro wrestling until Samurai was blindsided by Mustafa Saed and Thomaseli joined in the beating before leaving a beaten Samurai who vowed to deal with him after his match with Jeff Cobb.
The opening match of the evening was a number one contender's match for the Extreme title. Former champion Joe DeSoul took on Marcus Lewis in a fast and entertaining high flying match. The contest ended in a time limit draw but the two wrestlers pleaded to the referee to give them five more minutes. Joe DeSoul used the extra time to defeat Lewis and earn a shot at the title in September. T'Lo the Insano was up next and he wrestled S.P.W. newcomer "The Shooter" Domenic Simon. The goofy antics of T'Lo could only go so far before the crafty Simon out witted him to win the match by pin fall.
Kurai Himee fought Savannah Riley in the next bout. Riley didn't even bother with her ring entrance and darted out to the ring to take the match to Kurai. The two traded moves and Kurai dominated the match for the most part. But Savannah started to gain the advantage was looking at an easy pin until Jeckles the Jester got involved. Kurai seized the opportunity and won the match by pin fall. Mitch Valentine tangled with S.P.W. rooke Josh "Scoot" Robinson. The wily veteran Valentine totally dominated the match until "Scoot" took advantage of his cocky opponent and won the contest by pin fall.
The eXtreme title was defended next. Champion Drake Younger was facing Jeckles the Jester and the champion took it to him. The two foes stiffed each other and took the match all over the arena. At one point they were fighting each other in the kitchen, Jeckles' stiff shots weren't enough however to defeat Drake because Younger managed to win the contest by pin fall. The S.P.W. tag team titles were being defended by Virgil Flynn (his partner D-Torch broke his leg and instead of being stripped of the belts or looking for a partner he defended them himself). Flynn took on the teams of Kurz & Hart, Corvus & Luxury and Frost & Thatcher in a four team elimination match.
The first team eliminated was Frost & Thatcher. Second was Corvus & Luxury and the final was Flynn. Despite being outnumbered and outsized, Virgil Flynn took the fight to Kurz & Hart. But the two on one advantage was just too much and he was eliminated by pin fall after receiving a standing double kick from Kurz & Hart. The new champions celebrated in and out of the ring with their titles. The main event was between challenger Jeff Cobb and S.P.W. Champion Sir Samurai. The two wrestled and brawled in and out of the ring with neither one of them being able to dominated the other. The match looked to be dead even until Sal Thomaseli and Mustafa Saed interfered. The four wrestlers brawled in the ring and they had to be separated by the entire locker room. The constant interfering led to September's main even being a tag match between Samurai & Cobb against Thomaseli & Saed.
Don't forget to catch next month's Supreme Pro Wrestling action at the S.P.W. Arena September 15th. Tickets are just $10 for Adults and $5 for children. Coming September 8th the G.I. Joe & Toy Convention will be held at the Scottish Rite Temple, several S.P.W. wrestlers will be their as well along with Sgt. Slaughter, Marty Jannety, Lelani Kai and Bushwhacker Luke will be there was well signing autographs. Admission to this event is just $6 and there will be a Q & A session with Luke and Lelani Kai. For more information visit http://www.supremeprowrestling.com and http://www.toyfusion.com