2011 Okanagan Results


Thrash Wrestling presents SMACKED OFF THE TOP: Jan. 16, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Slave pinned Mean Machine.
2. Black Dragon pinned Gurv Sihra.
3. Kyle Sebastian defeated Adam Fedyk.
4. TEAM JAPANADA (Great Kasaki & Seth Knight) defeated “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar & Unholy Minion when Minion tuned on Sugar.
5. LADDER MATCH: “Top Drawer” Michael More defeated “Canadian Classic” Collin Cutler to retain the Thrash Wrestling Title.

Thrash Wrestling presents COLD BLOODED: Jan. 29, 2011
Schubert Centre: Vernon, BC
1. Kyle Sebastian defeated Marc Anthony.
2. Collin Cutler defeated Danny Knightmare by DQ, when Ronnie Angel interfered; “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar made the save…
3. Cutler/Sugar defeated Angel/Knightmare.
4. Slave fought Wrathchild to a No-Contest.
5. “Top Drawer” Michael More defeated Black Dragon to remain Thrash Wrestling Champion.

Thrash Wrestling presents BAD TO THE BONE: Feb. 20, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Kyle Sebastian defeated Adam Virtue.
2. Raven Lake defeated Tenille Tayla (WWE’s Emma), in Women’s action.
3. Slave defeated Cremator Von Slasher via DQ.
4. Michael More & Unholy Minion (w/Big Steve McCarthy) defeated Collin Cutler & Marty Sugar.
5. Scotty Mac defeated Black Dragon.
6. Collin Cutler won a Battle Royale for a future TW Title shot.

Thrash Wrestling presents…: March 5, 2011
Drill Hall: Enderby, BC
1. Slave defeated Friar MacBeth.
2. Seth Knight defeated Black Dragon to retain the Okanagan-Interior Title.
3. Michael More defeated Collin Cutler, Great Kasaki and Marty Sugar in a Fatal 4-Way to retain the TW Title.

Thrash Wrestling presents…: March 26, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
– “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar defeated Big Steve & Unholy Minion in a Handicap Match.
– Collin Cutler defeated Michael More to become the NEW Thrash Wrestling Champion.
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Thrash Wrestling presents…: April 9, 2011
Schubert Centre: Vernon, BC
– Lak Siddartha defeated Slave.
– LOSER EATS DOGFOOD: Unholy Minion (w/Big Steve McCarthy) defeated “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar.
– Collin Cutler defeated Michael More to retain the TW Title.
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Thrash Wrestling presents SETTLE THE SCORE: May 1, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Bruiser Joe fought Mean Machine to a No-Contest.
2. NO-DQ: Cremator Von Slasher defeated Slave.
3. Friar MacBeth pinned Jordie Taylor.
4. Kyle Sebastian defeated Adam Ryder.
5. Black Dragon defeated Michelle Starr via Reverse Decision.
6. Collin Cutler & Marty Sugar defeated Big Steve, Michael More & Unholy Minion in WAR GAMES.

Thrash Wrestling at RUTLAND MAY DAYS: May 21, 2011
Rutland Park Lacrosse Box: Kelowna, BC
– KC CONNECTION (Andrews & Spinelli) defeat Marty Sugar & Raven Lake in Mixed Tag action, when Sgt. Terry “The Frog” Tomko costs Sugar the match.
– Collin Cutler wins the Rutland Rumble to retain the TW Title.
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Thrash Wrestling presents RAISE THE ROOF!: June 26, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. KC Andrews defeated Bruiser Joe.
2. Raven Lake defeated Waspette in Women’s action.
3. Slave defeated Unholy Minion.
4. BOOTCAMP RETIREMENT MATCH: “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar defeated Sgt. Terry “The Frog” Tomko via Referee Stoppage.
5. Adam Ryder & Kyle Sebastian fought Disco Fury & Michelle Starr to a No-Contest.
6. Collin Cutler defeated Great Kasaki to retain the Thrash Wrestling Title.
7. IMPROMPTU CHALLENGE: Michael More defeated Collin Cutler to win the TW Title.

Thrash Wrestling presents…: July 24, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Kyle Sebastian defeated Vance Nevada.
2. KC Andrews defeated Black Dragon.
3. Unholy Minion defeated Slave to win the vacant Okanagan-Interior Title.
4. Michael More defeated Adam Ryder to retain the TW Title.
5. Slave won a Battle Royale.

Thrash Wrestling presents THE OKANAGAN CUP: Aug. 19, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. QUARTERFINAL: Great Kasaki defeated Bruiser Joe.
2. QUARTERFINAL: Black Dragon defeated Matt XStatic.
3. QUARTERFINAL: Slave defeated Michael Muertes.
4. QUARTERFINAL: KC Andrews tapped out “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar.
5. SEMIFINAL: Black Dragon defeated Great Kasaki.
6. SEMIFINAL: KC Andrews defeated Slave.
7. CHAMPION VS. CHAMPION: Unholy Minion defeated Michael More via DQ.
8. Black Dragon defeated KC Andrews, via countout, to win the inaugural Okanagan Cup tournament.

Thrash Wrestling presents FIVE FOR FIGHTING: Aug. 20, 2011
Drill Hall: Enderby, BC
1. Mean Machine fought Bruiser Joe to a double-countout.
2. KC Andrews defeated Black Dragon and Great Kasaki in a triple-threat match.
3. Matt XStatic defeated Michael Muerte.
4. Unholy Minion (w/Big Steve) defeated “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar to retain the Okanagan-Interior Title.
5. Michael More defeated Slave to remain TW Champion.

Thrash Wrestling presents…: Sept. 24, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Slave defeated Danny Knightmare.
2. Unholy Minion defeated Prozzak to retain the Okanagan-Interior Title.
3. Adam Ryder & Kyle Sebastian defeated Disco Fury & Ronnie Angel.
4. KC Andrews defeated “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar, after using a stun-gun to knock Sugar out.
5. Black Dragon defeated Michael More to become the NEW Thrash Wrestling Champion.

Thrash Wrestling presents SMASH HIT: Sept. 25, 2011
Legion Hall: Penticton, BC
1. Kyle Sebastian pinned Danny Knightmare.
2. KC Andrews defeated Unholy Minion to become the NEW Okanagan-Interior Champion.
3. Adam Ryder defeated Ronnie Angel & Slave in a triple-threat match.
4. Black Dragon defeated Michael More to remain TW Champion.

Thrash Wrestling presents SHOCKTOBERFEST: Oct. 14, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Vance Nevada pinned Matt XStatic.
2. Unholy Minion defeated Slave via submission.
3. Mark Posey defeated Adam Ryder.
4. SHOCK-COLLAR MATCH: KC Andrews and Marty Sugar fought to a no-contest when Andrews threw bleach in Mad Dog’s eyes.
5. Black Dragon defeated Massive Damage and Michael More in a triple-threat match, to retain the TW Title.
6. Adam Ryder & Matt XStatic defeated Mark Posey & Vance Nevada.

Thrash Wrestling presents…: Oct. 22, 2011
Schubert Centre: Vernon, BC
1. Unholy Minion defeated KC Andrews to become two-time Okanagan-Interior Champion.
2. Michelle Starr pinned Adam Ryder.
3. Moondog Manson defeated Slave.
4. Disco Fury defeated Matt XStatic.
5. Black Dragon & Harry Smith defeated Mark Posey & Michael More.

Big West Wrestling presents IT’S ALL ABOUT RESPECT: Nov. 11, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Mean Machine pinned Rigor Von Slasher, after a loaded punch.
2. Nicole Matthews pinned Bambi Hall.
3. Tony Baroni pinned Matt XStatic.
4. MIXED TAG MATCH: “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar & Raven Lake defeated the KC Connection (KC Andrews & Kc Spinelli), when Lake pinned Andrews after a Sugar Shank from the Mad Dog; Lake became the first person in Kelowna to pin Andrews.
5. Bishop and The Mauler fought to a hard-hitting Double-Countout, that saw a doorway in the Hall destroyed; both men were fined after the fact.
6. Vance Nevada defeated Adam Ryder to win the vacant ASW Title.

Thrash Wrestling presents SUPER EVIL X: Nov. 26, 2011
Drill Hall: Enderby, BC
1. SEMIFINAL: Slave defeated Danny Knightmare.
2. SEMIFINAL: Michael More defeated Collin Cutler.
3. Slave defeated Michael More to win Super Evil X, and the vacant Thrash Wrestling Title.

Big West Wrestling presents SANTA SLAM: December 3, 2011
Rutland Centennial Hall: Kelowna, BC
1. Mean Machine defeated Thompson Valley Tiger in 5 seconds, after a loaded punch; an ominous video aired, after the match, that CREMATOR VON SLASHER was coming for the Mean Machine!
2. Ronnie Angel defeated Jesse Youngblood.
3. “Mad Dog” Marty Sugar & The Mauler defeated Danny Knightmare & Prozakk, when Mauler pinned Knightmare.
4. “Lion Warrior” Bobby Sharp defeated Heavy Metal.
5. “Canadian Classic” Collin Cutler defeated KC Andrews via disqualification; Andrews’ questionable “Ontario Wrestling Title” cannot change hands on a DQ. Post-match, Sugar and Andrews brawled and a challenge for January was set: Beard vs. Belt!

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