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THW 23/NBYWA 6: Revival
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Information
Promotion Total Hardcore Wrestling and National Backyard Wrestling Alliance
Date August 25, 2011
Venue Spindler Park
Location Eastpointe, Michigan
THW Supercard chronology
THW 23/NBYWA 6: Revival (planned)
THW 22/NBYWA 1: A New Beginning THW 23/NBYWA 8
NBYWA Supershow chronology
THW 23/NBYWA 6: Revival (planned)
NBYWA 5: Mid-Summer Showdown Part 2 NBYWA 6

THW 23/NBYWA 6: Revival was a backyard wrestling supershow event operated by the National Backyard Wrestling Alliance and Total Hardcore Wrestling that was scheduled to take place on August 25, 2011 in Eastpointe, Michigan. The event was supposed to be the sixth NBYWA supershow.

BackgroundEdit

On December 14, 2010, Skull Jr. announced a supershow for his federation Michigan Wrestling Association called "Crossfire" to take place on August 18 and 19, 2011. Karnage, the owner of MWA, said he wanted "Crossfire" to be just a supercard since he thought that having a supershow would take attention away from MWA. Skull tried convincing him otherwise, but on January 22, 2011, it became official. "Crossfire" was no longer a supershow. Still, a lot of supershow-like consideration went into "Crossfire", which Skull had invited a couple of wrestlers from the NBYWA federation Extremely Shitty Backyard Wrestling to. Over the next couple of months, Skull would talk to both ESBW and Karnage about the deal, Karnage rejecting it, saying they needed to become MWA members first, which would be impossible to accomplish due to the distance between federations and the fact that MWA is located in the United States and ESBW in located in Canada. So on July 2, Skull announced NBYWA 6, to take place on August 18 and 19, with the condition that if ESBW is able to show up, they will run a show on the 18th instead of having a two-day show. "MWA Crossfire" was moved to August 14. Skull was also in extreme preparation for the second day, August 19, where he was supposed to retire from backyard wrestling. On July 14, Skull announced his holding off retirement for another year and revived Total Hardcore Wrestling, scheduling the return show for August 19, leaving the fate of the second day and the supershow itself in question. Skull also quit MWA in the announcement. The show remained uncanceled and Skull eventually put the two shows together when he rescheduled it for August 25. On August 25, due to a storm that took place the day before and no wrestler being able to show up, Skull canceled the show. It was the first time an NBYWA supershow was canceled outright.

Planned WrestlersEdit

  • Skull Jr. (representing Total Hardcore Wrestling).
  • Karnage (representing Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • "The Underdog" Alec Rutledge (representing Total Hardcore Wrestling and Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • RPK (representing Total Hardcore Wrestling and Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • Jigsaw (representing Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • Ghoul (representing Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • Cope Cabana (representing Total Hardcore Wrestling and Michigan Wrestling Association).
  • Temple of Doom (representing Extremely Shitty Backyard Wrestling).
  • Mike Knox (representing Extremely Shitty Backyard Wrestling).

Planned CardEdit

  • MAIN EVENT - Skull Jr. (THW) VS RPK (THW/MWA).

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