6/22 FWF results featuring The Honky Tonk Man
Jun 24, 2013 - by Steve Gerweck
FWF 6/22 RESULTS FROM STIRLING NJ
Funkdafied Wrestling Federation concluded a double-show weekend with a return to
Stirling, NJ’s Long Hill Township Community Center on Saturday night June 22nd.
Before the show, the fans took pictures and signed autographs with former WWE
legend and “The Greatest Intercontinental Champion Of All Time” The Honky-Tonk
ABC and FIOS-1 TV Anchor Wendy Gilette was introduced as the Guest Ring
The opening contest was a triple-threat match between Kyle “The Beast” Winant,
Kevin Krush, and Justin Cage. After a furious battle, Krush threw The Beast out
of the ring, but then walked right into a superkick from Justin Cage who pinned
him for the victory.
In the second match, FWF Tag-Team Champions The Two Rude Dudes (“Corrupted”
Corey Havoc & “Rampage” Rogers) defended their titles against Jeff “Cannonball”
Guerrero & Chris “Boom Boom” Powers. Powers survived several minutes of
double-teaming by the Dudes before tagging in Cannonball, who used his power to
clean house and flatten Rampage in the corner with a Cannonball Roll and nearly
got a three-count. Havoc tossed Powers out of the ring and distracted the
referee, while Rampage picked up the Dudes’ megaphone and attempted to clock
Cannonball with it. Cannonball ducked the shot and seized the microphone.
Rampage then did the very dastardly trick of falling down to the mat like he had
been hit with the megaphone. The referee turned around and saw Rampage laying on
the mat and Cannonball holding the megaphone, and assumed that he had hit
Rampage with it, and called for the bell, awarding the victory to the Dudes by
In the third match, a Union grudge match, “Too Hot” Steve Scott took on Steve
“The Gipper” Gipke. After battling inside and outside the ring, Gipke reversed
Scott’s back suplex attempt into a Tornado DDT and pinned him.
In the fourth match, FWF Heavyweight Champion The Atomic Dog took on “The
Warrior” Jack Spade & “Stylin’” Brandon Kirk in a One-On-Two Handicap Match.
Despite a determined double-teaming effort from Spade and Kirk, Dog took down
Kirk with a face-first suplex, then overpowered Spade and pinned him with an
As intermission began, former WWE legend The Honky Tonk Man returned to the
venue, driving the original “General Lee” car (from “The Dukes Of Hazzard”),
with a pair of “Daisy Duke Girls” Venym and Devyn. His return was spoiled by the
appearance of pro wrestling’s other tribute to Elvis, former ECW star Bilvis
Wesley, who was scheduled to meet Honky-Tonk Man in the main event later that
night. Wesley challeneged Honky-Tonk to have their match right now, but when he
actually took off his jacket and jumped into the ring, Wesley retreated to the
outside and left the ringside area.
During intermission, the fans posed for more pictures with The Honky Tonk Man
and the Daisy Duke Girls, and the other stars of FWF.
The fifth match was a triple-threat no-holds-barred match for the FWF
Cruiserweight Title, as current champion Fast Eddie took on former champions
“Mr. Entertainment” J.D. Smoothie and “The White Urkel” B. Fehrm. After taking
out Eddie with a steel chair early on, Smoothie brought a ladder into the match
and repeatedly pummeled Fehrm onto it, but could not hold him down for the
three-count. Towards the end, Eddie took down Fehrm with a Spaghetti Neckbreaker
right onto the ladder. Eddie returned to the ring and pummeled Fehrm with the
ladder some more, but still could not pin him. Smoothie pulled Eddie to the
outside and smashed his head into the ring post and returned to the ring.
Smoothie tried a moonsault on Fehrm from the top of the ladder, but Fehrm
blocked it with his knees and superkicked Smoothie and pummeled him with the
ladder, but could not pin him. Smoothie stopped Fehrm’s momentum with a bulldog
onto the ladder, but Eddie returned to the ring to stop Smoothie. The three
battled on. Fehrm went for a Swanton on Eddie when he was laying on the ladder,
but Eddie moved out of the way and Fehrm struck the ladder shoulder-first. Eddie
took down Fehrm with a Spaghetti Neckbreaker onto the ladder. Smoothie tossed
out Fehrm and lifted the weakened Eddie onto the turnbuckle for a superplex
attempt, but Eddie reversed it into a Tornado DDT onto a steel chair, and pinned
Smoothie to retain his title.
In the sixth match, the nearly 800-pound duo of Lucifer Darkside & Bladefellow
took on “Retro Rocker” Rikki Roxx & Mel Sanchez. Despite a heroic effort by the
much out-sized Roxx and Sanchez, Darkside & Bladefellow prevailed, as
Bladefellow tossed Roxx out of the ring and Darkside hit an impressive moonsault
from the top rope onto Sanchez, flattening him for an easy three-count.
In the Main Event, which was being called a “Sideburns Showdown”, former ECW
star Bilvis Wesley took on former WWE legend and “The Greatest Intercontinental
Champion Of All Time” The Honky-Tonk Man, accompanied by Daisy Duke Girls Venym
& Denym. (The first ever meeting between pro wrestling’s two Elvis tributes.)
Wesley jumped Honky-Tonk before the bell, trying to get the early advantage. The
two battled inside and outside the ring. Wesley, frustrated that he could not
take down Honky-Tonk, went after Venym who had been taunting him all night.
Honky-Tonk took advantage of Wesley being distracted, and rolled him up from
behind and got the three-count and victory.
After the match, Honky-Tonk celebrated with Venym and Denym, but as each one
hugged him, it became apparent that each girl wanted the lion’s share of
Honky-Tonk’s attention. This lead to some shoving between Denym and Venym, and
the two ladies began brawling. FWF owner J.D. Smoothie and Commissioner Al
LiCata called for security to break it up, and told the two ladies there would
be no fighting tonight, but offered them a match at FWF’s next show in Stirling
in late October. The two ladies agreed, and the match was signed as the show