Full match results from May 13, 2017 #PPW143 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“SLAMMIN'” SKIP MCKENZIE DEF. ZERO 1 VIA PIN FALL
In the evening’s opening contest, Zero 1 tangled with one of PPW’s fastest rising stars in “Slammin'” Skip McKenzie. With a lot of grit and determination, Skip was able to score the victory with a sunset flip, sending Zero 1 packing while Skip basked in the glow of seeing the payoff of his efforts.
– NON-TITLE MATCH –
PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. “THE CORNFED COLOSSUS” MICHAEL MACK VIA PIN FALL
While enjoying a hiatus from title defenses in recent weeks, PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Chase Gosling, has not had the luxury of simply putting his feet up. After he and his Dirty Boys Club cohorts cost Michael Mack his match against their pledge, Hammond Eggert, last week, Chase was put into a non-title match against the big Texan. With revenge on his mind, Mack put the champ in more than a few precarious (and painful) situations, but Chase fought back, even getting the bear three hundred pounder up for a Saturday Night Special submission, but due to Mack’s bulk, Chase could not hold him long. Seeing no other way out, Chase got Mack into a pinning predicament and, using the ropes to his advantage, pinned the big man and walked away from the ringside area with head and belt held high.
– SINGLES MATCH –
RONNY METRO DEF. RANGER RAY VIA PIN FALL
After giving the D.B.C. a run for their money in tag team competition last week, Ranger Ray found himself in singles action against Ronny Metro. It seemed as though Ronny had sorely underestimated the rookie. On numerous occasions, Ray seized the offense and it seemed as if he might actually pull one off on his much more experienced opponent, but it was not to be and Ronny was able to put the finishing touches on the young standout with a big splash from the top rope.
– GRUDGE MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE VIA DISQUALIFICATION
Rekindling their rivalry which has spanned years in PPW, former PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, and Andy Anderson dueled in what seemed to be more of a brawl than a wrestling match. Vine had been riding high all week thanks to his victory over Scott Colton in number one contendership tournament action and made it his goal to continue riding the wave of momentum through Andy and onto his next tournament match. The two fought until both were exhausted, but just as it seemed neither had anything left to give, they managed to dig down and found new momentum. That was until the referee found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and became the unfortunate victim of a splash from Andy in the corner. A new referee came to the ring to keep the match going, but bad luck was on his side as well as he quickly found himself in the same predicament and was knocked out by Andy when Vine ducked an attempted offense. With no referee, Andy produced a foreign object from his trunks, but Vine was able to seize it and used it against Andy, knocking Andy out. Unfortunately, however, the first referee had regained consciousness and saw Vine’s actions. As the second referee started to count Andy’s shoulders down, the first referee pulled him from the ring and called for the bell, declaring Andy the winner by way of disqualification.
– NUMBER ONE CONTENDERSHIP ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENT MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON DEF. INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
In an exciting match between best friends and tag team partners, “Ya Boyz” went toe-to-toe to see who would gain an edge in the round robin tournament to crown a new number on contender for the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Chase Gosling. Knowing each other like brothers and being evenly matched in ground and aerial ability, the two were forced to get creative and find new ways to surprise and outsmart the other, giving the Premier Planet a nail-biter of a matchup. After catching Iniestra with a Michinoku Driver and a running shooting star press, Colton was able to get the win and has brought himself one step closer to the number one contendership. Trying to show sportsmanship, Colton extended his hand to his friend, but a visibly frustrated Iniestra instead shoved Colton away. Persistent, however, Colton refused to let Iniestra’s frustration drive a wedge between them and again extended his hand which Iniestra accepted on the second attempt.
– SINGLES MATCH –
HAMMOND EGGERT VS. JAMIE FROM THE BLOCK ENDED IN A DOUBLE DISQUALIFICATION
With the Dirty Boys Club in his corner, Hammond Eggert entered the ring with the odds heavily in his favor as he faced Premier Academy standout, Jamie from the Block. However, the match was thrown out when the three charter members of the D.B.C. decided to intervene on Hammond’s behalf and began putting the boots to Jamie, but Scott Colton and Iniestra quickly came to the ring to even the odds. It was at this point Premier COO, Randy Ricci, announced that there would be a six man tag team match and that match would commence immediately.
– SIX MAN TAG TEAM MATCH –
JAMIE FROM THE BLOCK, “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON, & INIESTRA DEF. THE DIRTY BOYS CLUB VIA PIN FALL
With the odds evened up, the Dirty Boys Club had no more numbers advantage and were instead forced to rely on their wrestling ability with a few dirty tricks added in to overcome the formidable team across from them. All of the tricks in the D.B.C. playbook couldn’t save this one for them, however, and once Jamie, Colton, and Iniestra were able to get all three in the ring, the odds quickly turned in the opposition’s favor. With each man rolling up a member of the D.B.C., Jamie and Ya Boyz picked up the win and left the Dirty Boys to trade blame inside the ring.
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