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ONSLAUGHT VII: 1/19/10

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Heirs of Wrestling vs. Anarky & Fusenshoff

Frank Pierce and Ryan Gallway took up the mantle for the Heirs of Wrestling in this match. Anarky and Fusenshoff came to the ring separately but huddled briefly in their corner to presumably talk a little strategy. Fusenshoff started off against Pierce to start the match. After a lockup, Pierce showed off his power advantage by shoving Fusenshoff back into his own corner. Fusenshoff sized up the situation and in the next lockup, completed a go-behind and a takedown, with a slap across the back of the head for good measure. Fusenshoff was then able to take control by keeping Pierce off balance with some chain wrestling that turned into a bit of brawling. Anarky came in and got right into Pierce’s face, causing him to back away and bring in Gallway. Gallway used his speed to get the upper hand briefly, but a springboard move that looked to be a leg lariat was blocked, and Anarky held onto Gallway’s leg, ending with Gallway hanging upside down and taking the brunt of a vicious looking move that drove the back of his head and neck down onto the canvass. While going for the cover, Anarky was pulled off of Gallway by Mack Brody on the outside and a ringside brawl erupted between the two men. With the referee distracted inside, Gallway and Pierce took turns taking shots at Fusenshoff. Pierce set up on one knee as Gallway prepared to bulldog him onto the knee, but mid-move Fuseshoff shoved him off, sending him crashing into Pierce and causing him to fly out of the ring, where Alexandria attempted to tend to him. Unfortunately, this left Gallway ripe for the picking as he rose to his feet and turned into a kick to the stomach from Fusenshoff and a Whiskey Bomb that got him the three count.

Winners: Anarky & Fusenshoff
 
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Re: Onslaught 7: 1/19/10

Karl Brown vs. John Doe vs. Rocko Daymon

The match started with all three men sizing each other up. John Doe thought the better of things and rolled out of the ring, allowing Brown and Daymon to face off in the ring alone. The match proceeded as a technical affair initially. Daymon kept Brown off balance with a series of suplexes, but the moves took a lot out of Daymon as his stamina looked a little less than stellar. Brown took advantage of an opening to go into a quick T-Bone suplex, snap suplex, leg drop sequence that got him a two count. An Irish whip resulted in a flying forearm from Daymon that took both men to the mat, however. Sensing opportunity, John Doe slid into the ring and used an inside cradle on Daymon as he stood to his feet but only got two. Daymon grabbed Doe by the back of the head and whipped him hard into the corner where he pounded away at him with right hands. Doe started to slump down, but suddenly got wide eyed at something behind Daymon. Doe ducked down as Daymon turned to see what was going on, and Daymon ate a Shining Wizard from Brown. Brown gave Daymon a little stomp that sent him rolling outside to the floor and turned his attention to Doe. Doe attempted a few flailing punches at Brown, but Brown ducked and slipped around behind, taking Doe up and over with a release German suplex. Doe slowly made it to his feet, but Brown was waiting and hit the Dragon’s Bite in the center of the ring for the three count.

Winner: Karl “The Dragon” Brown
 

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Re: Onslaught 7: 1/19/10

Michael Bastard vs. Kenneth Williams

This debut for both men turned into a little bit of a mismatch. Williams was game, dishing out a lot of punishment to Bastard but Bastard returned it in kind, taking it and giving more back. Williams soon fell victim to a series from Bastard that included a gourdbuster, knee drop, and after a wild punch that broke up the sequence, ducked a clothesline and applied The Rusty Spike, his version of the Asiatic spike submission with one arm held in a chicken wing. A few moments later, Williams tapped furiously with his free hand, ending the match.

Winner: Michael Bastard
 

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Re: Onslaught 7: 1/19/10

Aran Dishon vs. Olvir

The newcomer Aran Dishon accomplished something that very few have been able to do – he pinned Olvir Arsvinnar cleanly. Olvir used his power early on to dominate in his usual style, intermixing several loud bellows to the crowd to keep things interesting. Soon though, Dishon too the large Viking off his feet with a knee tackle and took the opening to nimbly climb up the ropes and hit a shooting star press that almost got a three count. Olvir’s reprieve was short-lived, as the reeling Scandinavian was unable to keep up with the young Dishon, and he ate the “Kids Do The Darnedest Things”, Dishon’s flipping neckbreaker into a sit-out DDT – and Dishon got the three count.

Winner: Aran Dishon
 

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Re: Onslaught 7: 1/19/10

The Fallen vs. Anthology

This match broke down early as the referee was unable to contain the brawling tactics of The Fallen. Stalker and Omega teamed up to break every rule in the book, and Erik Black came in a tried to pick off the reeling Anthology members. The combined skill and experience of the three Anthology teammates proved to be too much, however – and Erik Black fell victim to the Litter Bomb from Copycat.

Winners: Anthology
 

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