CLASH Wrestling: Seize The Day V, NYWC: Sideshow

by Firefly on 20th January 2012

This Saturday (21st January), CLASH Wrestling presents their Seize The Day V event at the TaylorTown Trade Centre in Taylor, MI, USA. The matches to take place are as follows:

“Swagg Star” Dave Manzo taking on Dragon Greed, Jimmy Wang Yang being pitted against “Ace High” Cameron Skyy, and a non-sanctioned No Disqualification and No Count-out match between “Caveman” Tyler Elkins and Wreckingball.

More matches set to take place are Colt Cabana going against Zack Gowen, a triple threat tag team match between Too Sweet (Bryce Benjamin & Joey Marx), The H3RD (Ded Vaughn & “Mad Scientist” Tommy Treznik), and The Painkillers (Donnie & Jacob Hallows) for the CLASH Tag Team Championship, and a triple threat match that will see Gavin Quinn taking on Petey Williams and J. Miller for the CLASH Championship.

Others such as Austin Manix, Mena Libre, Mason Conrad, and William J. O’Malley are also set to appear, and “Amazing” N8 Mattson will be making his farewell address to CLASH Wrestling.

This Saturday will also see New York Wrestling Connection present their Sideshow event at the NYWC Sportatorium in Deer Park, NY, USA. Matches announced to take place are as follows:

Alex Reynolds taking on Rex Lawless, Michael Mansfield to be pitted against Mikey Whipwreck, the team of Tony Burma and Mega to go against the team of Stockade and Apollyon, and the 2012 Master Of The Mat Qualifiers.


You can find out more about CLASH Wrestling as well as purchase tickets and merchandise at their official site at, interact with them on Twitter (at @clashwrestling), Facebook (at, YouTube (at, and our forums.

You can find out more about New York Wrestling Connection as well as purchase tickets and merchandise at their official site at, and interact with them on Twitter (at @NYWCWRESTLING) and Facebook (at

About the Author: Firefly

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Discovering WCW Monday Nitro in the 1990s, he has been hooked on wrestling ever since, later going on to also discover WWF (now WWE), and even later numerous independent promotions, IMPACT Wrestling (Formerly known as TNA) and now the very captivating challenger known as AEW.

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