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SoCal-Match des Jahres


Name: SoCal-Match des Jahres
Category: SoCal Uncensored Awards
Years: 1999 - 2014
# Item
1 B-Boy vs. Joey Kaos (25.07., AWS)
2 Candice LeRae & Joey Ryan vs. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson (26.07., PWG)
# Item
1 Eddie Edwards & Roderick Strong vs. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson vs. Rich Swann & Ricochet (09.08., PWG)
2 Johnny Saovi vs. Ray Rosas (01.09., IWL)
# Item
1 Adam Cole & Kyle O'Reilly vs. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson vs. Player Uno & Stupefied (21.07., PWG)
2 Drake Younger vs. Ray Rosas (21.12., IWL)
# Item
1 Kevin Steen & Super Dragon vs. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson (10.12., PWG)
2 Adam Pearce vs. Colt Cabana (06.03., NWA Hollywood)
# Item
1 Akira Tozawa vs. Chris Hero (05.09., PWG)
2 Akira Tozawa vs. Kevin Steen (11.12., PWG)
# Item
1 Bryan Danielson vs. Chris Hero (04.09., PWG)
2 El Generico vs. Shingo Takagi (04.09., PWG)
# Item
1 Chris Hero vs. Low Ki (02.11., PWG)
2 Chris Bosh vs. Scorpio Sky (06.07., PWG)
3 Bryan Danielson vs. Low Ki (05.01., PWG)
4 Chris Hero vs. Human Tornado (06.07., PWG)
5 Bryan Danielson vs. CIMA (06.01., PWG)
6 Ricky Reyes vs. TJ Perkins (23.08., PWA)
7 Claudio Castagnoli, Eddie Kingston & Human Tornado vs. Candice LaRae, Chris Hero & Necro Butcher (05.01., PWG)
8 Ryan Taylor vs. TJ Perkins (12.12., EWF)
9 Joey Ryan vs. Johnny Goodtime (11.10., SCP)
10 Joey Ryan & Scott Lost vs. KAZMA & MIYAWAKI vs. Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson (06.07., PWG)
# Item
1 Bryan Danielson vs. El Generico (29.07., PWG)
2 Human Tornado vs. Joey Ryan (13.01., PWG)
3 The Ballard Brothers (Shane Ballard & Shannon Ballard) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) (16.12., AWS)
4 Brandon Gatson vs. Scorpio Sky (21.12., EWF)
5 Bryan Danielson vs. CIMA (19.5., PWG)
6 El Generico vs. PAC (07.04., PWG)
7 Alex Shelley vs. Matt Sydal (02.09., PWG)
8 Amazing Kong vs. Nanae Takahashi (13.05., Inoki Dojo USA)
9 Hook Bomberry vs. Joey Harder vs. Karl Anderson vs. Rocky Romero (18.03., EWF)
# Item
1 Davey Richards & Super Dragon vs. Jack Evans & Roderick Strong (04.03., PWG) and El Generico vs. PAC (18.11., PWG)
2 B-Boy vs. Joey Ryan (16.07., PWG)
# Item
1 Chris Bosh & Scott Lost vs. Quicksilver & Scorpio Sky (09.07., PWG)
2 AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe (01.04., PWG)
# Item
1 Joey Ryan vs. Super Dragon (23.10., PWG)
2 AJ Styles vs. Rocky Romero (10.07., PWG)
# Item
1 B-Boy & Super Dragon vs. Bobby Quance & Jardi Frantz (29.03., GSCW)
2 Super Dragon vs. TARO (29.11., RPW)
# Item
1 Bobby Quance vs. Super Dragon (14.12., GSCW)
2 American Dragon & Spanky vs. Samoa Joe & Super Dragon (14.07., EPIC)
# Item
1 B-Boy vs. Super Dragon (03.11., MPW)
2 Rising Son vs. Super Dragon (14.07., RPW)
# Item
1 Christopher Daniels vs. Kurt Angle (13.09., UPW)
# Item
1 Donovan Morgan vs. Michael Modest (30.11., XPW)
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Jetta (Europa, 2007)Sweet Saraya (Europa, 2009)
Jetta: "You all just saw on that screen right there, I was absolutely robbed last month! I was robbed... Oh, what? I didn't run away! No, I did not! ... I was not scared and I did not run away! Can you please be quiet, I'm trying to speak. It's very important.You...Read on!

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Ratings Center
Last 3 comments
[4.0] "While Matt Ghaffari had the resume to become a solid professional wrestler, he was already rather advanced in age by the time he stepped into the squared circle; which is likely the reason why he was out of pro wrestling almost as soon as he started. Born in Iran, Ghaffari's family emigrated to the USA; where he became a standout amateur wrestler (capturing the silver medal for 130 kg at the 1996 Summer Olympics and earning the silver medal for same weight class at the 1991 and 1998 World Championships. ) With his big body and knowledge of fighting, Ghaffari became sought after by Japanese promoters and soon traveled to Japan to continue his career. While he unsuccessfully tried his hand at MMA (losing to Naoya Ogawa) , Ghaffari caught on with Shinya Hashimoto's Zero-1 promotion. It was there that Ghaffari would manage to earn the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship alongside Tom Howard (defeating both Hashimoto and Ogawa in the process before losing to them about four months later. ) While Zero1 made Ghaffari their NWA Superheavyweight Champion, he finished with Zero1 (and professional wrestling) not long afterwards."
JMTheBadOne wrote about Tom Howard:
[4.0] "Tom Howard may not have been the most accomplished wrestler in history, but he did manage to get some facetime at the major level while earning championships at lower levels. Initially wrestling out of Las Vegas, USA, Howard found himself making appearances for AAA early on in his career. This attracted the attention of both the WCW and WWE, the latter of which took such an interest in him that Howard began wrestling in the American Northeast instead of American Southwest. While he didn't manage to catch on the WWE, Howard parlayed his experience into an opportunity for Shinya Hashimoto's Zero-1. It was there that Howard (alongside Matt Ghaffari) would manage to secure the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Championship while also making appearances for NOAH. Back stateside, Howard would manage to secure multiple reigns with UPW's main title in Souther California, USA. Despite appearing sporadically afterwards, Howard retired from in-ring competition in 2006 to focus on his career outside of wrestling."
[5.0] "It's rare that someone could be notable for being a loveable loser, but that basically describes what The Brooklyn Brawler's legacy remains in the annals of wrestling. The man known to his parents as Steve Lombardi broke into wrestling under his real name in the early 1980's, where he worked as a preliminary talent. Towards the end of the 1980's, Lombardi managed to break onto television as The Brooklyn Brawler; though he would find himself earning victories at the house show level, he was most often squashed on WWE Superstars and WWE Wrestling Challenge; which all but assured he'd never be on a PPV. Yet despite never winning on television while working under a variety of losing gimmicks (such as Kim Chee, MVP/Abe Schwartz, The Black Knight, and Doink), Brawler remained one of the most steady hands on the WWE roster and was afforded the opportunity to win at the indie level (even earning championships with BCW and regional NWA promotions. ) In TLC 2012, Brawler managed to secure his first PPV victory. Brawler gets a 4 for his accomplishments, with a +1 earned for his long-standing work as a producer for the WWE."
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