OVW Saturday Night Special 3-2-13 Review

At the Saturday Night Special, Rudy Switchblade and Jessie Godderz were supposed to have a No Disqualifications Match, but Jessie didn’t show up. There were two championships that changed hands. First, Epiphany beat Jessie Belle to become the new OVW Women’s Champion. Second, Jamin Olivenica beat Doug Williams to become the new OVW Heavyweight Champion. Lastly, Trailer Park Trash finally beat Flash Flanagan in TPT’s final match. Overall, it sounds like the Saturday Night Special was pretty good, I’m definitely glad that TPT finally put Flash Flanagan and Josette Bynum in their place. To TPT, I wish him all the best in his future endeavors.…

OVW TV 3-2-13 Review

OVW Director of Operations and former U.S. Military Serviceman Michael Hayes called out The Coalition and expressed his anger towards their recent actions, which have been disgraceful to all the U.S. Military Service Men and Women. He specifically directed it towards Crimson and Jason Wayne since they too are former U.S. Military Servicemen. He informed the two that they would be defending their OVW Southern Tag Team Championship against The Gut Checkers on this edition of OVW TV instead of at the Saturday Night Special. The Gut Checkers ended up regaining the championship from Crimson and Wayne. After the match was over, fellow Coalition members Joe Coleman and Jack Black challenged the new champions for their championship at the Saturday Night Special, which was accepted. Also, Michael Hayes informed Josette Bynum that she would be banned from ringside during the match between Trailer Park Trash and Flash Flanagan at the Saturday Night Special, which was to be TPT’s last match. Lastly, Robbie E made his first-ever appearance at an OVW event end teamed up with OVW Heavyweight Champion Doug Williams to take on the team of Jamin Olivencia and Rob Terry. Olivencia and Terry ended up being victorious.…

Kiss My Foot Matches Between the Women

The Rule of a Kiss My Foot Match is that the loser of the match must kiss the winner’s feet. Throughout wrestling history, WWE has had two Kiss My Foot Matches that featured the men, but have never had any between the women. However, there was one Kiss My Foot Match between the women that took place at WWE’s Developmental Territory in late 2007, but it was kind of only one-sided because only one of the women in the match had the opportunity of getting her feet kissed by her opponent. When the men have Kiss My Foot Matches, it’s a pretty disturbing sight, but if the women had them, the sight would be much better. Bottom line, I think there should be more Kiss My Foot Matches between the women in any wrestling company.…