Full match results from August 6, 2016 #PPW103 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
ULYSSES S. ADAMS DEF. KIM CHEE VIA SUBMISSION
After suffering a couple of demoralizing losses in recent weeks, the formerly undefeated Ulysses S. Adams looked to rebuild some steam when he faced off against the man from deepest, darkest Africa, Kim Chee. From the onset, Kim Chee did his best to stifle Adam’s and the Premier Planet’s patriotic pride by seizing on every possible opening and even utilizing a few shortcuts along the way. Things seemed to get even worse for Adams when Kim Chee was able to kick out of his leg drop, but ever resourceful, Adams changed tactics and locked Kim Chee in a sleeper hold which proved to be the charm and Adams was awarded the match via submission.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. ZERO 2 VIA PIN FALL
Always ready for a good brawl, fan favorite “Irish” Andy Anderson took on the martial arts expert from Okinawa, Zero 2 who, despite his best efforts, could not fully adapt to Andy’s eccentric in-ring style. Despite being on the ropes on several occasions, Premier’s resident “guard dog” proved too much for Zero 2 to handle and Andy was awarded the match via pin fall after delivering a crushing splash from the second rope.
– TRIPLE THREAT MATCH FOR THE #1 CONTENDERSHIP TO THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP –
RONNY METRO DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE & INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
After interfering in (and some might say ruining) last week’s #1 contenders match between Matt Vine and Iniestra, Ronny Metro found himself in the ring with both in a triple threat match — a shot at the title on the line. Still burning over having their match thrown out last week, Vine and Iniestra worked together to keep Ronny out of the match as much as possible so that the two could settle things one-on-one. Taking advantage of an opening, however, Ronny got himself back into the match and, for a time, was in complete control, splitting his attention evenly between opponents until both were once again able to use the numerical advantage and again teamed up to take Ronny out of the match, but it proved to be their undoing. After being on the receiving end of a double suplex, Ronny was somehow able to wrap both Vine and Iniestra’s legs with his own and pick up the win and the title shot to the absolute surprise of his opponents and the Premier Planet. Ronny made his way to the back and Vine and Iniestra shook hands in a show of professionalism, after which Vine made his way to the back. As Iniestra was about to follow suit, he was jumped from behind by Ronny who, just as he’s done to other members of the roster and even Premier CEO, Randy Ricci, delivered a huge splash followed by a piledriver, adding the proverbial insult to injury.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“TEXAS” PETE DEF. ZERO 1 VIA PIN FALL
Taking exception to his opponent trying to rain on his party, “Texas” Pete decided to rain on Zero 1 by getting into his head and employing the eccentric style that Pete has been known for over his years in PPW, much to the delight of the Premier Planet and much to the chagrin of Zero 1 who attempted to make Pete pay for trying to embarrass him, but to no avail as Pete put him away with a pin and sealed a victory.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
CHASE GOSLING (C) DEF. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON VIA PIN FALL
After Chase saved his title last week by kicking Scott Colton in the, as Colton would call it, “coin purse,” Chase was forced into a rematch at PPW 103. With the upper hand being traded at an even pace, it was anybody’s game. Colton electrified the Premier Planet with his arsenal of arial maneuvers and lion-sized heart, but Chase repeatedly countered with his significant size and power advantage. It seemed as if Colton might finally regain the title he lost to Chase, but Chase managed to use Colton’s own momentum against him and was able to roll through one of Colton’s pin attempts into one of his own and put the challenger down for the 1, 2, 3, retaining his title. As Chase gloated, however, Colton charged back into the ring and immediately began taking his frustrations out on the champ, but Chase turned the tables and began making an example of Colton. That’s when the new #1 contender, Ronny Metro, ran to the ring and it seemed for a moment that Ronny may have turned a new leaf when he got in Chase’s face. That hope was quickly dashed, however, when Ronny joined in on the onslaught, putting an exclamation mark on the incident with a piledriver to Colton.
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