The dysfunction starts immediately, as this title opens up with Dangerous Women of Wrestling TV color commentator Jeffrey J. James in mid-stream at a urinal, interrupted by Tai “Killer” Weed in her patented look wearing black leather biker chaps, and a fringe bikini top. The initials N.W.O. are marked on her bare ass cheeks, as she startles Jeff, removes her top to flash her bare breasts, and utters the words “Nude World Order”... to which left James jaw dropped, giving him trouble finishing his stream to chase Tai down for more show…
The backstage cam offers a very rare glimpse to what was happens right before showtime, as local rapper and National Recording Artist Rughead, and Lil iLL Pro, were rehearsing the Dangerous Women of Wrestling theme song. The Sound Guy prepared them for their stage time, and then hyped the audience up for the start of the event --the Armory erupted! You really feel like you are right there and something big is about to happen. You can see clearly in the background wrestlers and talent conversing freely, preparing for their matches --something you don’t normally see from ANY wrestling company…
The music hits, and the rappers enter the ring to perform with the hottest referees in pro wrestling as BJ and Isis join in, to the audience delight. This is a rare live performance of the Dangerous Women of Wrestling theme song. Rughead, is the real life brother of Steve “The Sound Guy”. The DWOW theme song was originally recorded when the company was called Gorgeous Ladies of Outrageous Wrestling with the idea that a name change could happen at any given moment for whatever reason. The brothers not only created a memorable theme song, but forecasted a name change for the company in the future to Dangerous Women of Wrestling. Another interesting side note is that the brothers did allow, and licensed the theme song to WEW Women’s Extreme Wrestling as well, even though there was heat / static between the companies principals. Many fans and wrestlers questioned why the DWOW song played at WEW events, and aired on National Pay Per View. It is a great song, and way to open live shows with. Now you know!
Isis proceeded with a toned down ref dance due to the fact this was not an over 21 bar show, and there were children in attendance. Regardless, everyone loved her dance, including the shirtless guy with “Sound Guy Sucks” written on his chest and stomach.
The crowd was lively, as most of them tuned into the weekly DWOW TV Show on WGTW Channel 48 and were familiar with the characters and storylines. You can download all the TV show episodes here on www.dwowvod.com
Some fans even had signs for G.I. Ho, Missy Hyatt, the area called Croydon (in Bucks County), as well as a sign promoting someone's mullet --I kid you not. Lol
This video has been fully produced, however some shots and angles were left in for continuity reasons to provide a real, live-to-tape experience. The show was filmed by (now) critically acclaimed producers / directors Kevin Kiernan and John Philapavage of Barbed Wire City documentary fame --The Unauthorized Story of Extreme Championship Wrestling. This D.W.O.W. shoot was definitely one of their early works, but at the same time were already on their way starting to film interviews for the documentary. Both were film students in college and starting out with filming. Their filming techniques were a bit rough with unsteady camera work (at times), o on-the-fly adjustments of lighting levels. However, both captured the action, and emotion well. We are glad to have had them on our team for a short period.
Former ECW personality Lou E. Dangerously makes his trademark entrance into the ring, and harasses the ring announce, before visually eye raping Isis the referee. The crowd welcomes Lou, as he stated that the last time in Philadelphia he was working for a real company --ECW, to which the audience roared for. Right after that statement the microphone stopped working mysteriously. He tried the backup mic, and that also didn’t work, which infuriated him wildly. "Sound Guy suck chants" quickly broke out, to which lead to Steve “The Sound Guy” to ringside to troubleshoot the issues.
Lou then went onto rant about the Sound Guy and how this company sucked. He went onto to ask if this “thing” was attractive, referring to Isis --the crowd erupted positively YES! A popularity contest started between the two of them, which he lost. He then claimed that he was going to shut the show down unless someone came out to address him.
Out came Alexis Laree aka Mickie James, who began to flirt with him immediately upon entering the ring. Lou E went on to say he doesn’t like women, telling her to leave to which Alexis jumped in the air and landed a double legged split to deliver a tight, low blow to Lou which buckled him over, as he rolled out of the ring in pain. It seems Alexis may have hurt his manhood.
When action starts, Laree is a bit overzealous, while Storm is slow moving, methodical, and uses “unorthodox moves” aka cheats by pulling hair, and low blows. We see some great midsection blows, as Lady Storm used Alexis Laree’s bare, flat stomach as a punching and kicking bag.
Laree gets some payback with one of the most erotic looking Bronco busters I've ever seen on Lady Storm, as the crowd goes wild during this.
Isis is on top of the action as she gets down to the mat quickly for pin falls, as she is wearing her skimpy ref outfit that showcases off her fit, hot body.
DWOW TV color guy Jeffrey J. James bumps into Billy Firehawk questioning to himself if he is seeing who he is seeing (did he just see Rikishi backstage at the DWOW show).
Amanda Storm goes back on the offensive and incorporates a pizza cooking pan on poor FBI’s head. Great pink thong shots throughout as the FBI falls down (awesome visual). Storm goes for a table, as she slams FBI down onto it very hard and scores the pin. The Nice Guys help the FBI to the back. Amanda celebrates on her way to the back, as the crowd gives it to her some more.
Screams ring out through the Armory, as the song "Crazy Train" begins, with the crowd is on their feet anticipating the next wrestler --until that is that Psycho Bytch comes barreling out of the curtain screaming, literally scaring the shit out of everyone in the building. Truly an entertaining talent!
The Sound Guy then tosses Isis from the ring, sending her to the mat where she cuts her leg on a piece of the the broken guitar. He then goes on a rampage on the mic, which he informs the crowd that he hates them, as he removed his New Jersey Devils hockey jersey (a prop used to incite Philadelphia Flyers fans) to reveal his merchandise t-shirt “I Hate You”. The crowd is on their feet chanting “asshole”, and throwing various objects at the Sound Guy. Crazy scene right here.
BJ is helping clean the ring as she is bending over picking up pieces of debris from the broken wooden guitar, all the while showcasing her legs and backside to the extreme delight of everyone.
A popularity contest breaks out on the rings corners. Alexis and Candie win every time hands down. All four Mae sister hit each corner as the audience boos loudly. Someone threw something at Elle Mae, and the fans are starting to push her buttons as she is getting frustrated with their “participation”. Elle should realize that if you are gonna spit food and water at --or on people, that people are gonna eventually do it back. Maybe she shouldn’t do that, if she doesn’t want that done to her.
The DANGEROUS WOMEN OF WRESTLING are unlike anything else offered on TV, PAY PER VIEW, and THE INTERNET.
Forget professional wrestling as you know it --you have never seen anything like this before! The Dangerous Women of Wrestling presents hot, sexy women's pro wrestling with extreme stunts, and features a truly dysfunctional cast of wrestlers, strippers, midgets, handicap, and disgruntled staffers. The Dangerous Women of Wrestling is purely the wildest and craziest wrestling show ever created. This is definitely not your father's wrestling show.
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