Full match results from August 20, 2016 #PPW105 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
INIESTRA DEF. ZERO 2 VIA PIN FALL
Before tangling with his best buddy, Scott Colton, in their #1 contenders match, Woodstock’s own Iniestra stepped into the ring against Zero 2 in the evening’s opening contest. Instead of trying to counter Iniestra’s fast paced style, Zero 2 attempted to match it, but seemed to overestimate his opponent and Iniestra was able to seal the deal with an impressive backslide pin, earning a moral victory prior to his #1 contenders match.
– SINGLES MATCH –
ZERO 3 DEF. EL LOBO VIA PIN FALL
After an impressive outing against former and longest reigning PPW World Champion in history, Milad Akbar, a few weeks ago, El Lobo stepped into the ring against Zero 3. It was martial arts versus lucha libre as two different styles clashed. El Lobo found himself on the defensive for the majority of the match due to Zero 3’s greater experience level, but refused to stay down and it took a handful of trunks, unseen by the referee, for Zero 3 to finally score the pin and the victory.
– SINGLES MATCH –
RONNY METRO DEF. “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON VIA PIN FALL
After instigating a confrontation with Premier CEO, Randy Ricci, at PPW 104, Ronny Metro was placed into a match against bitter rival, Andy Anderson. Ever the attention seeker, Ronny entered the Premier Studio dressed in a schoolgirl ensemble — an awkward sight to the Premier Planet, but not to Andy Anderson who seemed unfazed by Ronny’s choice in attire for the evening. With a long history of bitterness already existing between the two, the match became, in popular terminology, a slobber knocker with both men attempting to not simply beat, but beat down the other. With Andy in the corner, Ronny was able to cover his opponent and, thanks to having his feet on the ropes, picked up a strong moral win in the ongoing war between he and Andy.
– #1 CONTENDERS MATCH –
INIESTRA VS. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON ENDS IN A DRAW
After missing a week of action thanks to an assault by Ronny Metro, Iniestra and Scott Colton were both itching to get back into the PPW ring and found themselves in a match for the vacant #1 contenders spot to the PPW World Heavyweight Championship. Not only was this match a stunning display of both men’s arial and agility skills; it was also a display of their prowess on the mat as well as both tried to sap the wind from the other. In the fog of war, however, the referee became an unfortunate casualty and was temporarily knocked out after receiving not one, but two ill-timed collisions in the corner. Another referee emerged and the match continued until Scott Colton was able to perform a bridge and keep Iniestra’s shoulders on the mat long enough to earn a three count from the original referee who had regained consciousness. Unfortunately, Colton wasn’t able to arch his back and his shoulders were also counted down by the second official who was still in the match. Confusion ensued with both referees raising a different man’s hand in victory. Premier CEO, Randy Ricci, appeared at ringside to address the situation and ruled the match a draw, but commended both competitors on an impressive match and informed them that there will be a rematch at PPW 106!
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE VS. “THE FIVE TOOL PLAYER” CHASE GOSLING (C) ENDS IN A NO CONTEST
Finally back in the top seat of contention for the title, Matt Vine entered the Premier Studio more driven than ever to bring home the gold, but he would have to go through the current champion, Chase Gosling, to do so. With a long history of being both friends and foes, the two searched high and low for new ways to overcome the other until both had exhausted nearly everything they had in their tanks. That’s when all hell broke loose. The referee, once again, found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and was incapacitated. A second referee emerged, but was quickly taken out of the equation as well. As Vine and Chase brawled in the ring, members of the PPW roster charged the ring to separate the two. That was when Ronny Metro emerged and was quickly disposed of, but returned wielding a baseball bat and cleared the ring. Randy Ricci came to ringside to address the issue and announced that, instead of having a rematch next week between Vine and Gosling and a #1 contenders match between Scott Colton and Iniestra, there will be a five-way elimination match for Chase’s World Heavyweight Championship! He will defend against Matt Vine, Scott Colton, Iniestra, and Ronny Metro!
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