Full match results from September 30, 2017 #PPW163 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow!
– SINGLES MATCH –
ANAKIN DEF. ZERO 1 BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With his stock rising in Premier Pro Wrestling, Premier Academy standout, Anakin, sought to put another feather in his cap by toppling the wily and much more experienced Zero 1, accompanied, of course, by Zero 2. From the onset, the Zeroes attempted their signature bait-and-switch tactic, but it seemed Anakin had it scouted, because, despite the trickery, he was able to execute a roll-up on Zero 1 after Zero 1 collided with Zero 2 who was attempting to interfere on the apron.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 VS. ANAKIN & JAMIE GARZA RULED A NO CONTEST
Anakin was allowed no time to celebrate his victory, however, as both Zeroes immediately began a beatdown on the rookie, that is until Jamie Garza ran in for the save and requested an immediate tag team match which was quickly granted. With the odds now evened, Anakin and Jamie set out to make the Zeroes pay for their sneak attack, but after an exciting back n’ forth contest which, once again, saw the Zeroes attempt to employ their bait-and-switch, the referee lost control of the match, leaving him no choice but to throw the match out. It was then that the Zeroes attempted yet another beatdown on Anakin and Jamie, but into the ring charged “U.S.A.” Ulysses S. Adams and he was able to chase the Zeroes off of Anakin and Jamie and out of the ring, to the backstage area.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“SHREDDING” CONNOR CORR DEF. SKYE BLUE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
After having a victory stolen from her at PPW #162, Skye Blue was granted a rematch against the self-proclaimed “feminist,” Connor Corr. While Connor controlled the majority of the contest, Skye showed her incredible tenacity by refusing to give up and, at one point, it seemed as if events from a few weeks ago would repeat themselves when Skye nearly reversed an attempted superplex from the top rope, but Connor was able to put on the brakes and roll Skye up with a small package to seize the win.
– #1 CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. RONNY “VERONICA” METRO BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With much tension now threatening to tear the Dirty Boys Club apart, hostilities were only increased when Dirty Boys Chase Gosling and Ronny “Veronica” Metro battled to be the next in line for a championship match. Even after over a year together in the D.B.C., the two seemed less like friends and more like bitter enemies as the match wore on with Chase controlling a significant portion of the first half of the match until Ronny was able to turn things around for himself, even employing a few dirty tricks behind the referee’s back, but to no avail, because as the two were locked together in what looked like a human tumbleweed — both attempting to get the pin on the other — Chase was able to press enough of his 270 pound frame across Ronny’s chest to seize the victory. As the two hugged it out in the ring, the friction between them seemed to clear as Ronny then left for the backstage area, but when Chase turned his back, Ronny initiated a sneak attack which culminated in a brutal splash from the top rope. Proud of the damage he inflicted, Ronny made his way backstage as Chase attempted to recuperate. Once the fog had cleared, Chase demanded a mic and proceeded to issue a challenge to Ronny for a rematch at PPW #164, even putting his newly won #1 contendership on the line for added incentive.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
INIESTRA DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE (C) BY WAY OF DISQUALIFICATION
After losing the title at PPW #162 and delivering a slap to the new champion, Matt Vine’s, face as a result, many wondered where Iniestra’s mind would be going into the rematch. Could he focus long enough to regain the championship or would he let his emotions get the best of him again? When the match began, it seemed as though the hatchet had been buried between the two, but an ill-timed maneuver caused Iniestra to spill out into the ringside area. Concerned for Iniestra’s well being, Matt went out to tend to him and helped him regain a vertical base. That was when Iniestra, to the shock of everyone in attendance, shoved Matt straight into the ring post with a sickening thud when Matt turned his back to get back into the ring. From that point on, Iniestra began showing a whole new side of himself, as if he had become possessed or perhaps corrupted by his lust for the title. However, one does not become a three time champion by giving up easily. The harder Iniestra fought, the harder Matt fought back and the two eventually battled to a stalemate with neither able to keep the advantage. It was then that the referee found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time as Matt, aiming for Iniestra, speared the referee by mistake after Iniestra, apparently, pulled the referee into Matt’s path. This lead to the referee calling for a disqualification against Matt, making Iniestra the winner, but since the title cannot change hands under such circumstances, Matt Vine remains PPW World Champion. Matt, however, issued a challenge for a rematch at PPW #164. This time, Matt promises there will be no mercy shown.
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