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OVW TV #500

Name of the event: OVW TV #500
Date: 04.03.2009
Promotion: Ohio Valley Wrestling
Type: TV-Show
Location: Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Arena: Davis Arena
Broadcast type: Aufzeichnung
Broadcast date: 07.03.2009
TV station/network: lokale TV Sender (USA)
Commentary by: Dean Hill & Kenny Bolin
Steel Cage Battle Royal
Winner: JD Maverick
Steel Cage Tag Team Match
Steel Cage Match
Serena defeats Melody
OVW Alumni Steel Cage Tag Team Match
OVW Television Title Steel Cage Match
Steel Cage Tag Team Match
OVW Heavyweight Title Steel Cage Match
Apoc (c) vs. Vaughn Lilas - No Contest
Steel Cage Six Man Tag Team Match
OVW Tag Team Title Steel Cage Match
Totally Awesome (Kamikaze Kid & Sucio) defeat Dirty Money & Scott Cardinal (c) - TITLE CHANGE !!!
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The Bolshehicks
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Sea Anemone wrote on 26.12.2015:
[7.0] "An enjoyable, unique take on the Lockdown concept with all Cage matches that suffers from a good deal of overkill, but mainly from the same thing that has plagued OVW since the WWE dropped them: the struggle to attract a good, presentable, entertaining town. I live in Kentucky and I think that it's a place that needs a serious overhaul on the regulations of the Wrestling and Boxing commission. I feel as though with the ability to expand and use more unique stars, these companies would become more capable of using outside talent and drawing larger crowds to see different, better wrestlers mixing it up with the promising, deserving talent of the area; a process whose result is only the potential profit gain for local promoters and rebirth in the Kentucky wrestling scene."

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