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    by Published on 09-21-2014 06:40 AM  Number of Views: 3 

    In an exciting back and forth fight, former WBO featherweight champion Orlando Salido (42-12-2, 29 KOs) has to climb up off the deck on three separate occasions to eventually wear down and stop 33-year-old former world title challenger Tersak Kokietgym (53-5-1, 33 KOs) in the 11th round on Saturday night to win the interim WBO super featherweight title at the Auditorio Municipal in Tijuana, BC, Mexico.

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    by Published on 09-21-2014 06:37 AM  Number of Views: 3 

    A very tired looking George Groves (20-2, 15 Kos) struggled to defeat the light hitting EBU super middleweight champion Christopher Rebrasse (22-3-3, 6 KOs) on Saturday night by a 12 round unanimous decision at the Wembley Arena in London, UK. The final judges’ scores were 118-110, 118-110 and 117-111. Groves threw over 1000 punches

    Groves was wobbled a couple of times by the light hitting Rebrasse and that’s really troubling. Both Carl Froch and Tony Bellew expressed doubts that Groves would be able to defeat WBC super middleweight champion Anthony Dirrell if that’s going to be his next fight.

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    by Published on 09-21-2014 06:33 AM  Number of Views: 3 

    In a fight that was one-sided from start to finish, #2 WBC, #7 IBF, #10 WBO cruiserweight contender Thabisio Mchunu (17-1, 11 KOs) easily defeated a badly over-matched Garrett Wilson (13-8-1, 7 KOs) in beating him by a 10 round unanimous decision on Saturday night at the Foxwoods Resort, Mashantucket, Connecticut, USA.

    The final judges’ scores were 96-93, 99-90 and 98-91. The 99-90 score was by far the most accurate score of the three, as Wilson arguably didn’t win one round in the fight. It was so one-sided that it wasn’t even entertaining.

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    by Published on 09-21-2014 06:25 AM  Number of Views: 3 

    Last night, WBO super flyweight title holder Omar Narvaez (43-1-2, 23 KOs) retained his WBO title in defeating #1 WBO Felipe Orucuta (29-3, 24 KOs) by an impressive 12 round majority decision in a fight staged at the Anfiteatro Municipal de Villa Maria in Cordoba, Argentina.

    Narvaez gradually wore down the challenger Orucuta with a powerful head and body attack over the course of the bout, and then cruised to a 12 round decision victory. The final judges’ scores were 114-114, 116-112, and 116-112.

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    by Published on 09-20-2014 07:36 AM  Number of Views: 2 

    Welcome to this week’s Smackdown!

    Tag Team Champion Jimmy Uso (w/ Jey Uso) vs. Stardust (w/ Goldust)

    They lock up, as Uso is backed into the corner. Uso throws some chops, but is cut off, and whipped to the corner. Uso catches himself, connecting with a Clothesline. Stardust gets in the ropes, backing Uso up, but is hit with a kick to the gut. Uso goes for a Samoan Drop, but Stardust reverses it into a Neckbreaker. Pin, but a kick out. Stardust takes the offense to Uso in the corner with kicks. Stardust does a bump into a kick to the side of the head. Uso delivers a kick to an oncoming Stardust, as Stardust catches the second. Stardust rolls away from Uso, but is caught with a Superkick.

    Winner: Jimmy Uso – Pinfall (Superkick)

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    by Published on 09-18-2014 04:17 PM  Number of Views: 3 

    Impact Wrestling kicks off with a video package of the three tag teams: The Wolves, Team 3D, and The Hardys. We are going to answer which tag team is the greatest as they all compete in a series of matches! The video shows each team talking about each other. The Hardys put The Wolves over tremendously while The Wolves state they want to prove they are better than The Hardys. The Hardys won last week and picked a Ladder match for their next gimmick match.

    The camera shows the Manhattan Center as the crowd is standing on their feet. They are cheering as the show starts.

    Taryn Terrell comes out first and makes her way to the ring. Madison Rayne comes out next and walks down the ramp. Velvet Sky and Angelina Love both come out at the same time and get in the ring together. Rebel comes out next and gets right in the ring. Brittany comes out next and slowly walks down the ramp. She has a strange look in her eyes as she gets in the ring. Havok comes out last with a cape and gas mask on.

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    by Published on 09-18-2014 04:15 PM  Number of Views: 4 

    Welcome to WNW’s live coverage of Main Event!

    Micheal Cole and Byron Saxton welcome us to the show. Dolph Ziggler and R-Truth make their way to the ring. The Miz and Damien Sandow enter.

    Dolph Ziggler & R-Truth vs. The Miz & Damien Sandow

    Miz and Sandow take off their sunglasses. R-Truth and Miz start, waist lock on Miz. Elbow to the face of Truth. Miz is thrown into the corner and then counters with a clothesline. Sandow tagged. comes in with a punch on Truth. Sandow is taken down and then Truth works the left arm. Truth pins, kickout. Ziggler tagged, Dolph and Truth hit a double elbow drop. Miz gets sent across the ring with a hip toss from Ziggler and then clotheslined out of the ring. Truth and Ziggler strut around the ring like Flair. Ziggler and Sandow lock up, Dolph on the ropes. Sandow takes Dolph down to the mat. Ziggler with a roll up, two. Miz back in, stomps on Dolph several times. Dolph tries for a super kick, Miz dodges and gets rolled up for a two. Ziggler with a hip toss and dropkick on Sandow. Ziggler flies into an empty corner and Sandow continues the beating.


    Back from break, Miz grabs Dolph’s face from behind. Ziggler gets out of a headlock with a back drop. Truth back in with a clothesline on Sandow. Truth throws some punches in the corner, mocking Dolph Sandow gets the upper hand, stomping on Truth in the ropes. Miz gets in some cheap shots. Sandow pins. Miz kicks Truth, two. Miz has Truth locked up in the middle of the ring until Miz drops the hold and punches Ziggler. Truth hits a back body drop. Sandow pins, two. Truth slaps Sandow, Damien gets in a drop toe hold. Miz works Truth some more. Miz with a clothesline in the corner, nearfall follows. Sandow drives his knees into R-Truth and Dolph gets the crowd clapping. Truth connects with a clothesline. Miz and Dolph tagged. Dolph with two clotheslines, flies into the corner and hits a neckbreaker. Ziggler with a backslide and Famouser, two. Miz tries for his finisher, but goes for Figure Four. Miz kicks out of roll up. Truth tagged and nails the DDT, Sandow breaks pin. Truth is hit with the Skull Crushing Finale, Miz pins for win.

    Winners: The Miz & Damien Sandow (14:03)

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