Hair Regrowth After It’s Pulled Out

Hair regrowth is not a guarantee
There is no guarantee that hair regrowth will occur. One will know in 6-9 months if they will acheive full regrowth or not because that is how long it takes for hair to grow back following any type of injury.

It is certainly possible for repeated pulling to give permanent hair loss. However, in the vast majority of cases where hair is pulled from the scalp, hair grows back with a little help from a castor oil for hair. If you or I were to reach up a pluck a hair, it will grow back. However, if pulling is repeated many times or is excessive with bleeding a greater chance exists for scarring to develop. Hair pulling that is accompanied by injury to the skin layers (i.e. that creates an actual wound) has a markedly increased chance of being associated with permanent scarring. It is such scarring that blocks the regrowth of hair. Scar tissue is permanent and, if present, generally destroys stems cells.

Anyone with concerns about incomplete growth after episodes of hair pulling should see a physician who specializes in hair loss for consideration of a scalp biopsy.

We Hate to Say It, But “We’re Sorry, Travis Cook!”

Controversy abounded October 9th at South Broadway in the first match.  Johnny Courageous was advertised and announced as defending his Jr. Heavyweight title against Brandon Espinosa.

However, halfway through the encounter, announcer Ben Simon got word from Commissioner Keith Smith that the proper sanctioning wasn’t obtained by the SBAC and the Missouri Office of Athletics.  Simon then made the announcement public over the PA while the match was in progress.

Immediately, Espinosa and his manager, Travis Cook, became enraged and started arguing with Executive Producer Tim Miller and Smith (they fought back that it was an honest mistake).

Espinosa pinned Courageous for the match, not the championship.

Ever since this match had been signed last month, it had been authorized as a non-title contest.  This gaffe wasn’t noticed until halfway through the match by Smith.

Espinosa retained his Battle Royal Championship later in the night against nine other men.

Cook screamed, “The brass here in the MMWA is trying to put us down, but they saw tonight what ‘Thee’ Brandon Espinosa did.  He’s the real champion.  Promoters Tony (Casta) and Herb (Simmons) just want to protect their boy (Courageous).”

The popular Johnny Courageous later countered, “I really do hope it was an honest mistake; I don’t need to be ‘protected’ ever.  Unlike Cook’s guys, I can live with losing, just as long as my opponent defeats me fair and square.”

We at MMWA-SICW admit it: Travis Cook and “The Elitism” were screwed by mistake.  But they’re big boys and they will rebound just fine… they always do.

10/9/2010 Photo Recap from Mike Van Hoogstraat

Old School Rules Rule!

Two big matches are set already for this Saturday in East Carondelet.  First, Ron Powers takes on any two wrestlers in a handicap match.

Also, after last month’s unfortunate no contest to the great match between Vaughn and Danny Boy, Larry Matysik laid down the law.

The “law” is Vaughn and Danny Boy teaming together in a 2 out of 3 falls tag match.  Go to MWR below for more.

MMWA-SICW “Old School Tag Team Match” 2 out of 3 falls this Saturday

Hello world!

Hi, I’m Ben Simon, new announcer for MMWA-SICW.  With the blessing of Tim Miller, I am making a blog for this promotion.  The blog will hopefully fill the online void many fans feel MMWA-SICW has.  This blog will contain upcoming events, results, current champions bios and much more.  For all of you who found this blog through a search engine, Welcome!  This is now the official web site.  Stay tuned…