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Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« on: December 01, 2018, 10:47:13 AM »
Craig Anderson vs. Cosmo Cooper - 4CW Octane [ep 20]

http://4cwrestling.com/2018/05/05/octane-e20-147/

Craig entered 4CW on a whim, having threatened to do so on numerous occasions and with the way in which he carried himself, there wasn’t a great deal expected of him. He’d done well enough elsewhere, but this was 4CW.

Cosmo meanwhile was a well-respected name in the company. A safe pair of hands, well liked across the wrestling world, but not without a mean streak and an ability pick people apart. He would later go on to help shoulder an entire division and carve out a name as one of their signature stars.

Craig was expected to go down swinging. Instead he stepped to the challenge, turned a lot of heads and shut a lot of mouths. He might not have stayed with the company much longer, but he left with a great deal more respect than he came.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #1 on: December 02, 2018, 03:46:51 PM »
The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad vs. The Dark Triad - CWC Trios Championship Match - CWC United We Stand II

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/cwcpromotions/united-we-stand-ii-night-1-results-t157.html

The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad were riding high on a wave of success. They’d announced themselves in Japan and taken a spot as the premier team in OWF. Their success had not gone unnoticed by the heads behind the CWC community, who gifted them with the first shot at the Trios titles and a chance to corner the returning division.

Across from them were the Dark Triad. A relative unknown and hungry trio, spoiling for an upset and looking to steal the belts for their own. The match opened the three day worldwide event and did not disappoint.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #2 on: December 03, 2018, 06:45:08 PM »
Ana Hayden vs. Bronx Valescence - 4CW Championship Caged Ladder Match - 4CW Retrograde

http://4cwrestling.com/2018/03/01/retrograde-138/

Coming into 2018, Bronx Valescence was the man to beat. He’d held an iron grip on the 4CW Championship since October 2017, following a brief blip in his reign which saw him drop the belt to Mariano Fernandez. The run had cemented his position as the all time great in 4CW and there remain few who can say they’ve managed to get the better of him.

Among the closest to unseating him during his height was Ana Hayden. 2018 would eventually be her year, but it’s perhaps the match at Retrograde that will be one of her most well remembered.

A breakout match in a breakout year for a future top wrestler in the world.

That said. Caged Ladder Match? That's too many gimmicks.
« Last Edit: December 03, 2018, 06:46:35 PM by Lisa Frankenstein »

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #3 on: December 04, 2018, 05:53:47 PM »
Skull Kids Pro vs. Dead Von Erichs - Punk Rock Pro

https://twitter.com/i/moments/1056718111754412032

As the enforcers of the group, the Skull Kids Pro generally had a quiet year, content to skulk in the background and step up where needed. They did however have their fair share of bloody brawls in 2018.

The Dead Von Erichs meanwhile were an upstart team, spoiling for a fight. They'd drawn the ire of Lisa Seldon and in turn, found themselves in direct opposition to the Skull Kids.

The result was a wild brawl in front of a bloodthirsty crowd that saw the Skull Kids do what they do best. Mostly hitting things and shouting Smash and Bash a lot.
« Last Edit: December 04, 2018, 05:54:40 PM by Lisa Frankenstein »

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2018, 05:38:53 PM »
Ana Hayden vs. Josh Kennedy - Never Ending Singles Match - Kamikaze Pro

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NZyzHh19aICnw9UyoqQm3TufnujtV1nrRkOYfiizW70/edit

For a period of time, Ana Hayden and Josh Kennedy were the two top wrestlers on the planet. He was the dominant, unquestionable ace of the Championship Wrestling Coalition and she was the fresh new face of 4 Corners Wrestling. Both entered as the top stars of their respective promotions and both were eager to prove they were the best amongst the best.

What resulted was an arguable contender for match of the year.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #5 on: December 06, 2018, 06:00:00 PM »
Dodo-A-Gogo vs. Aokigahara Zombie & Kaho Sugiyama - Neo Tokyo Deathmatch - Spring Break Rager

https://yamashipromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=223&st=0&#entry230

Aokigahara Zombie had a great number of runins with the members of the Hellcat Spangled Death Squad in 2018. One of the early highlights came at Masatake Kawatama’s Spring Break Rager, when the former Kamikaze Pro Champion teamed with Rose City icon and future Hall of Famer, Kaho Sugiyama.

Across from them were Lisa Seldon and Anna Mathews, collectively known as Dodo-A-Gogo. The two had previously teamed and seen great success, but that was some time ago.

Whatever the result, this match would set the scene for numerous encounters between the group and the old man of Deathmatch wrestling to come.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2018, 07:58:23 PM »
The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad vs. the World - Trios Thunderbastard Match - Rose City Wrestling

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-I2foTAhSYRsrXIThcnLTzZpkqiiMQXwQTbIDZ8HHpQ/edit

The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad entered the Rose City Wrestling Trios Fiesta with a makeshift team and a great deal to prove. Lisa and Betsy had teamed just a handful of times and come bitterly close in their challenge for the Rose City Tag Titles. Ana meanwhile was a fresh edition team, a definite outsider and a bizarre edition to an already surprising tandem.

The result was a surprising, quite shocking and fairly hilarious tornado of gore, blood, hate and violence that set HSDS well ahead of their peers in Rose City.

Also, at one point Lisa just straight up murders a doctor.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2018, 08:51:50 PM »
The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad vs. 3 Ring Barney - CWC Trios Title Match - Rebellion Pro Vol. 37

https://newatlanticcoalition.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=41

When she was not getting dragged across fields of broken glass, losing tournaments, trying to bait people into Cage of Death or breaking the hearts of tiny creepy zombie women, Lisa was picking fights with clowns. The reasons behind are many and varied, but suffice to say, she was not a fan, and the rest of the group found themselves being dragged into it and all.

Leading the charge for the opposite side were 3 Ring Barney. The charismatic, carnival collection, who dogged her in companies around the world.

The two teams had their first meeting in Rebellion Pro when the Hellcat Spangled Death Squad stepped in for their first defence against the former and long standing holders.
« Last Edit: December 10, 2018, 09:08:08 PM by Lisa Frankenstein »

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2018, 09:51:56 PM »
The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad vs. 3 Ring Barney II - La Casa de la Diversión - Hell Lucha Libre

http://hellluchalibre.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=578

In 2018 The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad and 3 Ring Barney both entered the HELL Trios tournament and promptly got each other eliminated. It was clear the issue between the two teams was never going to end while both of them were alive, so the team behind HELL stepped up to the challenge.

They threw down the gauntlet and allowed the two teams to engage in a hilarious and hellacious cavalcade of carnage.

Bloody, stupid and very much in keeping with the theme.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #9 on: December 11, 2018, 08:47:05 PM »
Anna Mathews vs. Joe Stanton vs. Will Neilson - Vinyl Nightclub Triple Threat Match - Hard Rock is Dead

http://naturalinnovations.proboards.com/post/875/thread

AJ Morales was a simple man with a simple dream; destroy the resort where he’d once earned and entirely deserved lifetime ban, because he’s a petty man with a great deal too much time on his hands. His justice was to be violent and poetic. Having been banned from the Hard Rock Hotel for property damage, he was going to have a dozen or so of his wrestle friends finish the job of tearing it down in his stead.

Anna Mathews stepped up first for the team, tore down a bar, cracked some skulls, briefly found herself in the midst of a torrid love affair with Paul Rudd and destroyed a pie. All to the sounds of the theme from Friends.

Bit of an odd one really.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #10 on: December 11, 2018, 09:13:43 PM »
Lisa Seldon vs. Dickie Harter - Club Domina Singles Match - Hard Rock is Dead

http://naturalinnovations.proboards.com/thread/389/hard-rock-dead-2018-delay?page=1&scrollTo=876

Hard Rock is Dead was a rousing success (if you measure success in blood, injuries and stupidity). AJ dreamed of a world where wrestling would destroy the Hard Rock Resort nd his dream was brought to light. However, only one person could step up to obtain the Headcase Award for Most Batshit Antics on a Mad One. Obviously that was our Lisa Seldon.

From the confines of Club Domina, Lisa and Dickie took the stage and engage in a war of nonsense, featuring strippers, dirty dancing and a brief snack break. All culminating in a fall that was just on the right side of near fatal.

Everyone walked away hurt that night, but only one of them got a trophy made from old Motorcycle parts for it.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2018, 04:09:52 PM »
Craig Anderson vs. Ryan Henderson - Junior Heavyweight Championship Singles Match - NJFC

http://njfc.proboards.com/post/1165/thread

Craig had a relatively quiet 2018, content to pick his spots, talk shit on twitter and do just enough to keep himself relevant. In the midst of this he took a trip to Japan, rose up through a stacked field and went home a champion.

It’s not hard to find highlights in Craig’s run through the field. It’s hard to narrow it down. Across two nights of action Craig faced some of the best in the world, from Arlo to Michael Kelly, but it’s the final of night 2 against Ryan Henderson (not Johnny Amazing, apparently) that we settled on.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #12 on: December 13, 2018, 11:17:51 PM »
Jacky Rex Daniels vs. Emi Horota - Singles Match - Kamikaze Pro

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1a8O1Z5_vobVfr_GbsdfEERtHEwixvQQPUOX70Fh4_q4/edit

Emi Horota was on a tear in 2018, racking up major title reigns and taking huge scalps between her time in Rose City and Kamikaze Pro. Jacky Rex Daniels meanwhile was known as an out and out tag wrestlers who’d rarely ventured out of the Australia and New Zealand scene.

The two met in the midst of a Kamikaze Pro Wrestling tour in what was expected to be a breakout but ultimately fruitless venture for the Team Overkill Star. Instead he closed out the night with a star making performance and put himself on the map.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #13 on: December 14, 2018, 08:41:01 PM »
Ana Hayden vs. Bronx Valescence  vs. Bryan Laughlin vs. Chris Madison - 4CW - Ante Up

http://4cwrestling.com/2018/06/28/ante-up-152/

It's Ana Hayden’s birthday and so it only seems right to celebrate with her highlight of the year.

The 4CW roster is one of the best in the world, and for one hour the best of the best fought to a near stalemate. Nothing could separate the four of them. Nothing at least until Ana stepped up to break the deadlock and separate herself from the pack.

Ana would not go on to have the reign she'd hoped for, but for one night at least, she was untouchable.

The best of the best of the best.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #14 on: December 15, 2018, 07:53:57 PM »
Lisa Seldon vs. Fukushima Zombie - After Dark Junior Heavyweight Championship Match - After Dark

https://yamashipromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=257

Lisa and Fukushima went back and forth numerous times while competing in Japan, usually with Fukushima getting the better of it. As such, she was a ideal candidate for a defence when After Dark started hosting shows.

The issues itself between the two was a fairly bizarre one. Like so many creeps and psychopaths before her, Fukushima had fallen for Lisa and chose to display it in a rather violent way. Lisa had responded in kind, spurning the girl’s advances at every turn. Scientists will debate Lisa’s freak finder gene for decades, but it was certainly not a feeling that was reciprocated.

There’s is a story that will continue to run, but in After Dark at least, it came to head in a brutal encounter that would help set the tone for the promotion going forward.

Horrific violence and a little bit of strange.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2018, 04:46:12 PM »
HSDS vs. The Conglomerate vs. The Dogs of War vs. Kross Steel Mafia - War Games - OWF Unit 30

https://cwcpromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=517&st=0&#entry626

Lisa Seldon spent a great deal of time trying to get her team involved in a War Games match. Her prayers were answered by OWF, who booked the monstrosity to decide the winners of the Thunderblock tournament.

The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad found themselves alongside some of the best teams in the world, and also three people who got thrown together and given a funny name.

The match had it all, if by all you mean all the standard things you get in wrestling, blood, violence and a disregard for general human safety. It was also a bizarre frankensteinien mash up of the thing in that it was fought until the first team got three falls. Ideal for fans who like wrestling, because that meant there was so much of it.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #16 on: December 19, 2018, 06:39:57 PM »
Ana Hayden vs. Aokigahara Zombie - NJFC Global Championship - NJFC Fighting Spirit

http://njfc.proboards.com/post/1161/thread

Ana and Aoki had a couple hellacious battles in 2018. The first came in Japan when Ana Hayden, just finding her feet as the NJFC Global Champion, found herself face to face with the old murder man in a match that perfectly suited him.

In the lead up to the event, officials promoted the match with a poll to find the right stipulation. What they ended up with was a cinderblock deathmatch. Aoki tried everything he could to straight up murder her ass, but in the end it was Ana putting him away.

It was a match that people would want to see again and again. Except Ana, who doesn’t like when people try to kill her.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #17 on: December 25, 2018, 06:37:09 PM »
Team Ana Hayden vs. Team Cosmo Cooper - Trios Match - WXW Cosmo’s Spring Break

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/cwcpromotions/cosmo-39-s-spring-break-t2267.html

It’s a Christmas day catch up which means it’s time to get stupid. In mid 2018 Cosmo Cooper conducted a tour through the CWC promotions that took him through WXW. Already on that tour Cosmo had fallen foul of Ana Hayden and now she was looking to bury him both figuratively and literally.

The two of them came teamed up for a fight and the odds appeared to be running against the forever face of the Championship Wrestling Coalition. However, this was Cosmo’s Spring Break and he’d come with a plan.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #18 on: December 25, 2018, 07:18:05 PM »
Lisa Seldon vs. Eddie Jacobs - Deathmatch - Evolution Wrestling

https://cwcpromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=574

Lisa had a lot of highlights in her home promotion of Evolution Wrestling. She’d challenged for the title, took part in War Games and ran wild in the company’s Jigsaw Gauntlet. Ask Lisa what her EW highlight was for the year and she’ll answer without hesitation. It was the night she fought Eddie Jacobs in a Deathmatch.

Eddie Jacobs had been a continual thorn in the side of the Hellcat leader. He’d dogged her almost from the day she’d joined, trading barbs and blows before the two eventually fought to a stalemate at Mark Storm’s Surgical Summer.

The issues between them came to ahead the night he stepped in and cost her a match for the EW Championship against Mark Storm. Eddie of course had his reasons. He had a title shot to cash in on. Unsurprisingly, Lisa wasn’t all that understanding.

The two were set to collide, and in the British home of Deathmatch wrestling, there was really only one way it could be settled.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #19 on: December 25, 2018, 07:38:51 PM »
Anna Mathews vs. Jacky Rex Daniels - OWF Ultimate Championship - Oceanic Wrestling Federation

https://cwcpromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=583&view=findpost&p=691

Happy birthday to Jacky and Anna. Let’s all celebrate by remembering the time they tried to kill each other.

At the backend of 2018 Jacky Rex Daniels was suffering something of a crisis of confidence. Of the original trio, Lisa was the After Dark Champion and Anna was the OWF Ultimate Champion. Meanwhile the only thing Jacky was carrying around was an inferiority complex having blamed himself for their recent War Games loss. Jacky was looking to prove himself and he was going to do it at the expense of Anna Mathews, who also happened to be his girlfriend.

Jacky had scrapped his way to a title shot, winning out over the likes of Cosmo Cooper and Leela Watts. Now he had the title shot in hand, friends and family be damned. Anna however had similar thoughts heading in. The newly crowned OWF Ultimate Champion had fought long and hard to win that belt. No one was taking it without a fight.

This was going to be a struggle.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #20 on: December 26, 2018, 11:24:48 PM »
Craig Anderson vs. Blaise vs. Damien - New Atlantic Championship - Rebellion Pro

https://newatlanticcoalition.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=39

For a good portion of this year, Blaise Faders found herself embroiled in a blood feud with the Conglomerate, largely aimed at their leader, Damien Miri. The issues between the clouded their runs in Red State Revolver and eventually spilled out over the wrestling world at large. The issues between them were brought to boil and they aimed to settle their issues once and for all in Rebellion Pro.

Enter Craig.

The Rebellion Pro superstar was having a year of mixed fortunes, winning titles and tournaments in Japan but struggling to hold his footing back home (possibly because he kept threatening to kill the company). Craig made for an unlikely and honestly unwelcome representative in this contest, but that wasn’t going to stop him. After all if there’s one thing Craig is good at, it’s ruining everyone else’s day.
« Last Edit: December 26, 2018, 11:36:23 PM by Lisa Frankenstein »

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #21 on: December 27, 2018, 12:14:59 PM »
Anna Mathews vs. Lisa Seldon - After Dark Championship Unification Match - Death Trip Wrestling

https://yamashipromotions.jcink.net/index.php?showtopic=356

With back to back wins over members of the Zombie family, Lisa and Anna had secured their titles and won their way into a unification bout to decide the first ever After Dark Unified Champion.

Coming into this match Anna was on a bit of a hot streak against Lisa, having beaten her in both Red State Revolver and Kamikaze Pro. The odds were in her favour and the Hellcat Spangled Death Squad leader had it all to prove. Luckily this was her type of match. If there was ever a time to reset the balance, it was now.

The match had all the makings of a classic and for a little added bonus, they were throwing down in the Tokyo Dome.

And obviously, they did it in the Tokyo Dome.
« Last Edit: December 27, 2018, 12:22:23 PM by Lisa Frankenstein »

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #22 on: December 28, 2018, 08:02:01 PM »
Ana Hayden vs. Aokigahara Zombie - Taipei Deathmatch - Ana Hayden's Bloodsport: Night 2

https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/cwcpromotions/ana-hayden-39-s-bloodsport-t161.html#p5146

Ana Hayden’s Bloodsport was a joke that quickly got out of hand, growing from a wouldn’t this be funny skit to a two night extravaganza. The premises was simple; straight up singles matches fought to either a knockout or tapout. For the night two main event however, they decided to go a little bigger.

This time Ana and Aoki would meet in a Taipei Deathmatch. A contest which played to the strengths of both; a versitible stand-up game for Ana and a wanton, insatiable bloodlust for Aoki.

Unsurprisingly, this one was not for the faint of heart.

Offline Lisa Frankenstein

Re: Hellcat Spangled Death Squad best of 2018
« Reply #23 on: December 31, 2018, 04:42:02 PM »
The Hellcat Spangled Death Squad vs. Team NJFC - Kamikaze Pro Wrestling

https://t.co/qjrMZyLW0Q

Leading into the Kamikaze Pro Wrestling Lords of the Ring tournament, the Hellcat Spangled Death Squad were a relatively unknown team. The arrived with little fanfair and came into the majority of their matches as the underdogs.

The trio ran through a murderer’s row of talent, facing championship laden teams from DTW and Budokan Gaijin Dream Fight, all culminating in an eventual tournament win over the indomitable Dogs of War. However it was this match against the NJFC dream team of Ana Hayden, Craig Anderson and Chris Madison which would be the making of them.