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NORTH SHORE PRO WRESTLING
PRÉSENTE


RISE ABOVE 2


Samedi, 8 Septembre 2012, 20h00
Centre Horizon, Quebec
Metrobus 800
VIP : 15$ / General Admission: 12$ / In Advance : 10$

Partial Card



MAIN EVENT
NSPW Championship Match
Simon Martel (c) /w VT Valentine vs Franky The Mobster

(VT Valentine and his protege, NSPW Champion Simon Martel's position is very clear. For them, LuFisto isn't in any position to earn a championship match. Management is under negotiation to make things official but until then, the wheel keeps on turning in NSPW and in less than 2 weeks, Rise Above 2 will take place. Valentine has demanded an opponent for Simon Martel and even though his suggestion took management by surprise, they couldn't deny that he was deserving of a championship match. Since his debut in North Shore Pro Wrestling, Franky The Mobster only suffered one singles loss. Furthermore, he was the #1 contender to the championship in May 2011 and was scheduled to wrestle Mathieu St. Jacques at Golden Opportunity III but a concussion suffered a week before kept him from taking part in the event. Finally, Franky won the 2011 Heavyweight Tournament by beating Steve Corino and no championship match had been offered to him since. Nobody can dispute the fact that Franky deserves this match nor can they dispute the fact he'll be a daunting challenge for Martel. But the question remains: why did VT Valentine picked Franky The Mobster when he could've chosen anybody else?)



Singles Match
Mathieu St-Jacques vs LuFisto

(T.D.T. wanted a challenge suited to their talent, well, this is what one of their members will get. Indeed, Thomas "The Pipe" Dubois is currently out of the country and will not attend Rise Above 2. For the occasion, Mathieu St. Jacques will be in singles action and management found him the perfect opponent. Who better for the former North Shore Pro Wrestling Champion than to face the current #1 contender for the championship, LuFisto? During his 1+ year-reign, St-Jacques was known as a champion who never backed down from anybody, even taking the initiative to defend his title. His reputation and credibility don't need to be established any longer but a victory over LuFisto could really draw him closer once again to another title shot or to convince management to grant T.D.T a match against the Super Smash Bros. For LuFisto, a victory against another former NSPW Champion will only cement her status as #1 contender and by eliminating all other contenders, she will put Martel and VT Valentine in a very tough spot.)





Tag Team Match
Michael Style & Marko Estrada (w/ Sofy) vs Kickin' N' Stompin'

(How will Franky The Mobster react following the hanging attempt perpetrated by Michael Style? This is a question to be answered later for Style & Estrada since despite their individual wars, the tag team division is still shaping up. In the Desperate Measures main event, Kickin N' Stompin came out victorious and forced Wrestling's Hottest Tag Team to split. With the Super Smash Bros out for Rise Above 2, this is the perfect occasion for the tag team division to showcase their skills and climb the ladder to the top. Will Kickin N' Stompin surf on their Desperate Measures' momentum or will it be Style & Estrada seizing the opportunity to get closer to the tag team titles once again?)



Singles Match
Mad Dog vs Matt Falco

(Matt Falco is back in Quebec City on September 8th and the man who once again came so close to become the new North Shore Pro Wrestling champion only has one thing in mind: getting another shot at the title. Even if Martel's victory was clean and decisive at Golden Opportunity IV, nobody can deny the potential and talent of Matt Falco. Will he find this season the missing link, this little je-ne-sais-quoi still missing to break the glass ceiling and finally reach the top? His return won't be easy since he'll face off with Mad Dog. The term "Mad" couldn't fit the colossus more than since he associated himself to Black Resistance. Giovanni & Lucky Sabiti's "hired gun" isn't laughing anymore. He doesn't want to entertain: he wants to hurt people and beat up everyone getting on his or Black Resistance's way.)



Combat en Simple
Jay Thompson /w Zach vs Radd Adams

(Radd Adams is a veteran of the Quebec indy scene. In the Old Capital, fans had the chance to see him work in RCW, CCW, EWR, R2W and now, NSPW. He doesn't have anything left to prove. However, some wrestlers see Radd Adams like a simple footnote, a has-been not representing a threat to anyone. At least, this is what Jay Thompson and his agent Zach Thunder think. According them, Radd Adams only serves as a filler for the North Shore Pro Wrestling roster and it's time for him to leave the spotlight to the younger workers showing a real potential to be the best, like "The Best Wrestler Pound For Pound" Jay Thompson. Needless to say, Radd immediately accepted the challenge and intends for Thompson to eat his words. On the other hand, it's a golden opportunity for Jay who, with a win, could really make a name for himself in NSPW.)



Tag Team Match
Black Resistance (Giovanni & Lucky) vs Too Phat


(These two teams were involved in the Four Corner Survival at Desperate Measures. The match ended as DQ victory for Too Phat after St-Jacques gave Xplicit a low blow. Incidentally, Too Phat has their first victory in NSPW and the more we garner, the closer we get from the top. For Black Resistance, the top belongs to them. The Super Smash Bros might be the tag team champions but for Black Resistance, all eyes are on them. The Quebec City crowd quickly got behind Xplicit and Billy Gibson and Giovanni & Lucky won't want to waste any time to eliminate all potential threats. What at first looks like a normal tag team match could pave two very different roads for both teams in the months to come!)




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Show results:

-Michael Style & Marko Estrada (w/Sofy) beat Kickin N' Stompin. Prior to the match, Style requested for security & officials to station themselves in front of the entrance area to protect him from Franky the Mobster who threatened him last month. Postmatch, Style taunts Franky on the mic and Franky comes out. Franky charges the ring and chokeslams Estrada. When he goes for the chokeslam on Style, Style attacks Franky's injured knee and runs away.

-Judas beat Jay Thompson (w/Zach Thunder)

-Black Resistance (w/Mad Dog) beat Too Phat

-LuFisto (w/Pegaboo) beat Mathieu St. Jacques. Postmatch, VT Valentine comes out and congratulates LuFisto on her win and NSPW champion Simon Martel sneaks from behind and knocks her out with the title belt. Valentine tells LuFisto she'll never get her title shot.

-Chris Cruze beat Tom LeBlond (w/Lily & Mr. Brown) after a mistake from Lily. Postmatch, LeBlond gets angry at Lily for her mistake but then breaks down in tears because of the split of Wrestling's Hottest Tag Team last month. Mr. Brown tries to console him but LeBlond snaps and beats him down. As Lily interjects herself, LeBlond turns around and slaps her in the face before grabbing her and bringing her backstage with him.

-Mad Dog beat Matt Falco after using a chain to strike him in the face

-In the main event, Simon Martel beat Franky The Mobster to retain his NSPW Championship with help from his manager VT Valentine. Postmatch, LuFisto attacks Martel and hits him with Pegaboo. LuFisto then locks the Crossface on Martel, who taps out. LuFisto then pulls out the NSPW Championship Match contract and holds Martel's arm. LuFisto places a pen in Martel's hand and uses it to sign the contract! LuFisto will indeed face Simon Martel at the 4th Anniversary Show on October 6!

Also, 2 matches were announced for the Heavyweight Tournament in November:

-Franky The Mobster vs Dru Onyx
-"Unbreakable" Michael Elgin vs CHIKARA Grand Champion Eddie Kingston
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