This Week's PCW in Review

This week in PCW:

Al Gore (D-TN) assaulted ‘American Citizen’ Kevin Scott (R) Monday night after PCW Extreme Political TV went off the air.  Three nights later on PCW Politics Is War on P-SPAN, Scott gets revenge by blowing up Gore’s mansion in Nashville.

Former PCW Champion O’Beck Bahama (D) returned to action for the first time in nearly two years Monday night and defeated Ken Kendall (I)

John Kerry (D-MA) complains about the Free Credit.com commercials playing tonight after PCW had its bond rating dropped.  Kerry also introduced his new tag team, The Massachusetts’s Bluebloods, who defeated The Tea Party in their debut match.

Republican Katie Collins tells PCW Investigative Reporter Woodward Bernstein that the attack by The Triple Threat on Valora Salinas last week “wasn’t personal.”   On Thursday night’s PCW Politics Is War on P-SPAN, Valora returns the favor during Collins’s match against PCW Women’s Champion Callie Urban and helps Urban retain her title.

On Thursday night, ‘The Voice of PCW’ Johnny Suave ran down the results for Tuesday night’s PCW show in Madison, Wisconsin aka…Wisconsin Total Recall.
-Robert Cowles (R) def. Nancy Nusbaum (D)
-Sheila Harsdorf (R) def. Shelly Moore (D)
-Luther Olson (R) def. Fred Clark (D)
-Jessica King (D) def. Randy Hopper (R)
-Jennifer Shilling (D) def. Dan Kapanke (R)

It all came down to a match between Republican Alberta Darling and Sandra Pasch (D) to decide the winner.  Darling started slow.  Big Labor and his union friends liberally interfered in the match but in the end, it was Charlie Blackwell’s friends who made the difference in the match.

…McGill, Blackwell, and the Les Miserables brawl around the ring with Big Labor, the CTU, and Triple R.

Inside the ring, Darling hits a Blue Thunder Bomb for 2.  She lifts Pasch up into a Fireman’s Carry.  Pasch elbows out but Darling comes back with chops and then hits the Fireman’s Carry Gutbuster for 2.  Darling then hooks in the Crippler Crossface.  Pasch looks for help…it’s not coming as Walker has tripped up Malibu Dusty headed to the ring…and taps out at 22:14.

The rumors that Rick Perry (R-TX) would jump into the PCW CEO race went white hot this week with the announcement that Perry would formally enter the race in South Carolina.   Des Moines’s Wells Fargo Arena was buzzing already when Texas Jack (R) walked out for his match against Green World Order member GreenPete (D) with Perry in tow.

Texas Jack (R) w/Rick Perry (R-TX) def. GreenPete of the Green World Order (D) w/’Extreme Vegan’ Brock Cole Lee (D), PeaceNick (D), and Peta from PETA (D)
GreenPete comes back with a knee but Rick Perry points out to the referee the loaded pad.   The referee makes GreenPete take it off.  Texas Jack with a missile dropkick off the top.  He rolls GreenPete up for 2. Texas Jack grapevines the arm and switches to the armbar and GreenPete taps at 20:06

PCW will have coverage of Perry’s announcement Monday night on PCW Extreme Political TV.

Tonight’s PCW house show in Ames, Iowa will feature a main event 8 man battle royal to test the strength of eight people who’ve declared for the Republican nomination to become PCW CEO.

Here’s the lineup:

’Pizza Delivery Guy’ Josh Jackson- representing Herman Cain
’American Citizen’ Kevin Scott- representing Mitt Romney
Jack Schmidt- representing Ron Paul
Farmer John- representing Tim Pawlenty
Dann Armey- representing Rick Santorum
Average Joe- representing Michele Bachmann
Brad Company- representing Newt Gingrich
Jamie Walker- representing Jon Huntsman

This and other results tonight will be shown Monday night on PCW Extreme Political TV.


PCW WORLD CHAMPION: ‘The Japanese SuperDestroyer’ Yamamoto Tanaka (D)
PCW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Jack and Joe Schmidt (R-Libertarian)

#1- Charlie Blackwell (I)
#2- ‘American Citizen’ Kevin Scott (R)
#3- ‘The One Man Hollywood A-List’ Stone Chism (D)

#1- California Teachers Union: ‘The Foul Pole’ Andy Golatta/Malibu Dusty (D)
#2- Big Oil and Kirk Walstreit (R)
#3- Big Labor/Triple R (D)

#1- Katie Collins (R)
#2- Kalee Jones- The Eskimo Queen (R)
#3- Valora Salinas

#1- Glenn Beck (R)
#2- ‘The Queen of Political Extreme’ Ann Coulter (R)
#3-  Ed Schultz (D)