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vampiroNow, if you were a fan of the Attitude Era like I was then you will all remember the time the Insane Clown Posse was involved with both WCW and the WWE. In the WWE, the Insane Clown Posse ran with The Oddities which was one of the coolest segments of the time that I enjoyed a lot. I then remembered that the Insane Clown Posse founded their own wrestling company called Juggalo Wrestling Championship or simply just JCW. So, the match I have for you tonight is from one of their pay per view called Bloodymania 5 and it pins one of my favorites from WCW in Vampiro challenging the JCW champion Corporal Robinson for his belt. The match started off with both men trying to gain the upper hand in the collar & Elbow tie up until a visitor came down to ringside. Evil Dead made his way down to the ring and eventually inside of it as he attacked both men delivering a double DDT. Then as both men tried to rise to their feet, they were engaged in a good ole fashioned slugfest.

vampiro 2Both men then traded advantages and big shots, but Corporal Robinson seemed to be on top of things, always cutting off Vampiro’s onslaughts. Both men were showing off what they could do from Vampiro’s educated feet to an impressive tornado DDT from the Corp. But it wasn’t until later on in the match when things started to get interesting as both men started bringing some toys to the ring like chairs and tables. As one of the announcers said, it went from being a classic wrestling match to something very violent. Unfortunately, no one went through the table which I am sure some people were bummed out about. Vampiro was on the advantage hitting Corp with kicks, the steel chair, but the Corp never gave up and at one point in the match it looked like someone gave him a shot of adrenaline because he brought it to Vampiro. At the end of the match, he was able to hit Vampiro with the bootcamp which is basically a cobra clutch leg sweep and he covered him for the 1-2-3 and the win to retain his title.