Full match results from September 10, 2016 #PPW108 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
EL LOBO DEF. “TEXAS” PETE VIA PIN FALL
Having turned heads since his debut in PPW, El Lobo squared off against a bonafide PPW veteran, “Texas” Pete. Despite having a serious disadvantage with experience, El Lobo overcame the odds to secure a pin fall victory over Pete. After the match, it appeared as though Pete was about to show sportsmanship when he extended his hand for a handshake, but fooled everyone when he struck El Lobo in an apparent act of retaliation for his loss.
– SINGLES MATCH –
KIM CHEE DEF. ULYSSES S. ADAMS VIA DISQUALIFICATION
In a return match to even the tie between them, Ulysses S. Adams and Kim Chee locked up to settle the score, but, thanks to some well-placed distractions to avert the referee’s attention, Kim Chee tossed his riding crop to “U.S.A.” who was then caught with it in hand and promptly disqualified. The issue between the two isn’t over, however, and Adams will attempt to avenge the injustice at PPW 109.
– NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE DEF. RONNY METRO VIA PIN FALL
Writing another chapter in what has become a bitter feud between Matt Vine and Ronny Metro, the two squared off with a shot at the gold on the line. From bell to bell, the two came so close at so many points to seizing victory with disappointing results until Vine was able to hit Metro with his trademark neckbreaker and cover him for a pin. It was then that Scott Colton, whom Metro put on the shelf two weeks ago on concussion watch thanks to a piledriver, used his agility to sneak over to where the pin was happening and held Metro’s legs down, preventing him from kicking out, allowing Vine to score the win, and gaining Colton an exclamatory measure of revenge.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON VS. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON ENDS IN A NO CONTEST DUE TO OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE
Before this matchup, it was announced that, should Colton be victorious, he would be granted a number one contenders match against Ronny Metro at PPW 109. Taking on the ground-and-pound hard-knock style of Andy Anderson would prove difficult though and the grizzly veteran controlled the pace for the majority of the match, but Colton proved time and time again why he is a former champion and refused to quit. Unfortunately for both, the match was thrown out when the tandem of Zero 1 and Zero 2 decided to interfere and attack the two competitors. The Zeros wouldn’t get away clean, however, and they were ordered into a tag team match against Colton and Anderson.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON & “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 VIA PIN FALL
Finding themselves in a match they hadn’t planned on, the Zeros attempted a divide-and-conquer strategy to try and put Colton and Anderson down, using frequent distractions to utilize a double team, but Colton and Anderson proved they were not only on the same page, but reading the same sentence and they were able to avenge their thrown out one-on-one match via pin fall thanks to a leap from the top rope by Colton with an assist from Anderson.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
CHASE GOSLING (C) DEF. INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
After his victory in the first-to-two-falls triple threat number one contenders match at PPW 107, Woodstock’s own Iniestra was on a mission to win his first championship in professional wrestling and he came close on numerous occasions, but Chase refused to be knocked off the summit. Just as it seemed Iniestra was closing in for the kill, Chase was able to turn a second bulldog attempt from Iniestra into a Saturday Night Special which Iniestra fought out of, but the end came when Chase planted him face first into the canvas, knocking Iniestra out long enough for Chase to score the pin.
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