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PROFESSIONAL 3: CREAM MANIA - Sleeper Show of WrestleMania Week

On Wednesday night, I had the opportunity to return to the Intergender Bonanza to call IGB 19: CREAM MANIA at the H2O Wrestling Center in Williamstown, NJ alongside H2O broadcaster Jason Rolen.

It is awesome to be a very, very, very, very small part of WrestleMania Week. In 2013, I was lucky enough, alongside “Tough” Tim Hughes, to have a table at the inaugural WrestleCon in Secaucus, NJ. In 2019, I was lucky enough to manage Leon St. Giovanni for Inter Species Wrestling during the inaugural Collective in Jersey City, NJ.

So, when IGB founder, and dastardly leader of the Creamy World Order, “Sizzling” Stan Stylez asked if I was available, I jumped at the chance.

To me, this might have been the most fun Bonanza show to date.

For starters, the H2O Wrestling Center is home for their “Anthology” series all week. Beginning on Monday and lasting until Sunday, Williamstown has and will be home to some phenomenal professional wrestling.

In a truly unbiased opinion, I’m not sure if a show will have been as FUN as CREAM MANIA was on April 3.

Here are the top three things to take away from the IGB last night in my PROFESSIONAL 3:


BIGGEST IGB CROWD TO DATE: Over 150 people were live for the IGB Wednesday, by far the biggest audience the promotion has ever had. And they were into it every step of the way. With the plethora of events going on around the Philadelphia area, fans made the trek to Williamstown to enjoy the event.

Also, when Effy and Marcus Mathers made their entrances for their main event IGB Super Championship match, it was the loudest I ever heard the Bonanza get. I literally heard everyone sing “Goodbye, Yellow Brick Road” for the WrestleMania Week Legend and I was in awe. Those two held the crowd in the palm of their hand. Well-deserved and big ups to the fans.

EVERYONE DELIVERED: Top-to-bottom, every performer on the card came to play. As I alluded to, Effy and Mathers had a fantastic main event. Seeing Janai Kai throw roundhouse kicks like Katsuhiko Nakajima to the midsection of Austin Luke was vicious. LSG and Ava Everett, dressed up like the Beastie Boys in the “Intergalactic” music video (even if it really was just hazmat suits), and Brandon and Kasey Kirk had a fun tag team battle. I also can’t state enough that seeing Zayda Steel do a heat-seeking-missile dive into a DDT to Sonny Kiss on the concrete floor of the H2O Wrestling Center was the wildest thing I’ve ever seen. Everyone put on a great performance.

THE CWO WENT 0-5: Now, I know I have to state the obvious. The Creamy World Order came into CREAM MANIA with all this momentum. They practically were unstoppable. But Wednesday night, every CWO member lost. The one-and-only ABBS, Brittany Blake, Journey Burke, Esq, and former Super Champion Adena Steele lost the 8-Person War to Rob Chase, Darien Hardway, Sicend, and Uncle Masty. Xavier Cross fell to an injured, but tenacious Shannon Levangie. “The Most Hated Man in Philly Wrestling History” lost to the “Extreme SeXXXy Icon” SeXXXy Eddy (and also took two punches to the midsection from his other son). In the battle of the big men, Kristian Ross outlasted both Everest and evil referee Nick Papagiorgio.

But in the first half main event, Stan Stylez morphed into his evilest form - THE CREAMER - and took on “Your Hero” Airica Demia. In spite of using a marriage proposal to cheat, underhanded tactics, and even the longest slo-mo moment in the history of the Bonanza, Demia STILL came out victorious to a rousing ovation. Both Jason and I straight-up believe that Airica Demia has the world at her fingertips and is a future star in this industry.

Regardless, the CWO didn’t win a match. I did not venture backstage at all, but I was told that Stan and company really lambasted ABBS, their poor whipping boy and a genuine good dude, all night long. What will happen to the CWO going forward will be interesting to watch.


I insist your fans go onto IWTV and find a way to watch this show. Legitimately, it was one of the most fun shows I’ve ever called. I truly believe the Bonanza has the potential to build off of this event and grow this cult classic into something even bigger.

This event was the sleeper show of the week. Trust me, you don’t need to take my word for it: see it for yourself.

Jon Harder


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