PsychoticSlam 2010 Penrith - Australasian Wrestling Federation
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AWF PsychoticSlam 2010 Penrith
Penrith, Penrith City Council - Fri 27 Aug, 2010
Evan Theatre
123 Mulgoa Road,
Penrith, Penrith City Council
AWF Commonwealth Championship
AWF Commonwealth Champion Powerhouse Theo drew Blakestone
AWF Tag Team Championship
AWF Tag Team Champions Traffic & Frankie Fettucini def. Falco & Linstrom
AWF Young Lion's Championship
AWF Young Lion's Champion Mick Moretti def. Scotty Club
AWF Australasian Championship
Iron Jay Coles def. Massive Q for the AWF Australasian Championship
Show Notes

Show Notes
-Despite the valient efforts of all the competitors, Robert Barnes was able to pull off a victory over New Zealand's Tama Williams, DJ Fusion & Percy T.
-Blakestone & Powerhouse battled in an intense back and fourth match up before Il Cognito & Massive Q interfered causing a no contest. Blakestone & Powerhouse Theo cleared the ring and celebrated together as a sign of respect.
-Traffic & Franki fired up the crowd as they defeated Elite Wrestling's "Greatness" Grant Linstrom & "Flying" Freddie Falco.
-TNT slayed USA's Sonjay Dutt after an epic battle. Despite unorthodox offence from Sonjay Dutt, TNT was able to hang on and hit the Detonator for the 123.

-Mint Condition nailed the Moonsalt on the much larger Scotty Club to retain his Young Lion's Championship.
-Il Cognito slithered to another controversial win with a victory over fan favourite Mark "The Hammer" Hilton.
-After the partnership of Selene & Baby Devine crumbled, Mighty Mel was able to take advantage and pin Baby Devine for an impressive victory.
-Iron Jay Coles surprised Massive Q, as TNT announced him as the replacement for the scheduled Wayne "The Maniac" Mattei at PsychoticSlam Penrith. After a grueling back and forth bout, the finale saw interference from The Freakshow backfire, and assistance from TNT, Blakestone and Powerhouse Theo helped Iron Jay become the new Australasian Champion.
An elated Coles celebrated after the win with many of his friends to end a great card at Penrith Panthers. Highlights of the bout will air next week on AWF's TV show "This Is AWF Wrestling" on Aurora Channel 183.
Iron Jay continued the weekend, with success against New Zealand's Tama Williams and USA's Sonjay Dutt.
AWF wishes Coles success as the new Australasian Champion, and he pledged to be a great representative for AWF and the fans.
Iron Jay will defend his newly won title against number 1 contender "Scientific" Robert Barnes at Five Dock Leisure Centre on Friday 17 September.
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