Author: Scott » Published On: December 3rd, 2012 » Filed In: NCWA Wrestling, Preview » Comments: (0)

Louis Moore will be wrestling a twelve-year-old girl on December 8 when the NCWA presents A Headlock on Autism at Clayton Fitness in Clayton, NC.

Read that sentence again. The former AIWF World Champion will be WRESTLING A TWELVE YEAR OLD GIRL.

Why would Louis Moore want to wrestle a girl? The 2012 Ivan Koloff Tournament last February holds the answer. In the main event of that annual card, Jimi Love and Jerry “The King” Lawler teamed up to face Moore and his mentor, Mr. #1 George South in a match that featured two long-term hated rivals in Love and Moore, plus two legends in “the King” and South who have battled each other for years. That see-saw matchup ended when twelve-year old Addy Miller (the very same Addy Miller who starred in an episode of “The Walking Dead”) interfered in the match, clotheslined a weary Louis Moore and set him up for Jerry Lawler’s legendary second-rope fist drop and the win.

An enraged Moore later demanded that young Addy face him in the ring, in a six-person tag match. Moore, Matt Houston, and a mystery partner later revealed to be ECW legend C.W. Anderson would face Miller and her teammates, “Hurricane” Shane Helms and “Rock ‘n’ Roll” Ricky Morton. The contract has been signed, and on paper it looks like a mismatch.

The “Hurricane,” like Morton fresh off a victory at Wrestlecade, is admittedly still not 100% after suffering severe leg injuries in a motorcycle accident last year, and while Ricky Morton is certainly a formidable foe, he is also on the wrong side of 55 years old. Throw in a twelve year old kid with no experience and you have a team that will be at a disadvantage against Moore, PPW Heavyweight Champion Houston, and the venerable powerhouse C.W. Anderson. The vision of young Miller facing the business end of a C.W. Anderson spinebuster is a terrifying thing to behold.

Ultimately, this match feels like a three-on-two handicap match.

In other action, “Wildfire” Tommy Rich makes his return to North Carolina to face George South for South’s EWA Heavyweight Championship. Rich is best known for his long feud with Jerry Lawler in the USWA in the late 1980s, and it will be interesting to see him wrestle today; Does he still have the old, ahem, fire? Can the curmudgeon of the region, George South, show him that he’s the better legend? Time will tell.

Jimi Love will return to Clayton for the first time since February to take on the mysterious Thunderfoot #3 in singles action. Love emerged from a forced retirement (due to stipulation) in September to garner victories over luminaries like Shaun Murphy and narrow losses to his Pure Pro Nemesis Houston, and faces Thunderfoot #3 in an effort to get back on the winning track. As for Thunderfoot #3, I’d like to meet Thunderfoots 1 or 2.

Also- Zane and Dave Dawson get another shot at the NCWA Tag team championship on the 8th, facing incumbent champions Daniel Messina and “Dangerous E” Corey Edsel. Messina and Edsel narrowly escaped with the belts the last time these two teams clashed, but the Dawson Brothers have to be considered the favorites here, especially when you factor in Corey Edsel’s back injury. Adam Page will battle Justin Flash in a battle of two of the region’s best high flyers.

Last but not least, new NCWA Heavyweight Champion Charlie Dreamer will defend his title against Joey Silvia, who defeated Ring of Honor superstar Caprice Coleman in his last NCWA bout.

In short, the Headlock on Autism wrestling event will be jam-packed with main event talent from the top of the card down. All of the proceeds from the event will go to the Autism Society of North Carolina. It’s a great cause.

I’d be lying, though, if I told you I wasn’t nervous.

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