Full match results from February 18, 2017 #PPW131 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“U.S.A.” ULYSSES S. ADAMS DEF. ZERO 2 VIA SUBMISSION
Despite extensive martial arts prowess, Zero 2 was unable to overcome the red, white & blue as “U.S.A.” capped off a phenomenal opening contest by catching Zero 2 in a full nelson submission hold, from which there was no escape and Adams left with Old Glory waving high and proud.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
“THE CORNFED COLOSSUS” MICHAEL MACK & PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE DEF. THE DIRTY BOYS CLUB (RONNY METRO & “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON VIA PIN FALL
When his scheduled partner, Milad Akbar, was unable to compete due to still recovering from injuries sustained at the hands of The Dirty Boys Club, Michael Mack thought he was walking into a handicap match, but that was when PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, volunteered to step up and substitute with the dual intention of helping Mack and getting an opportunity to get his hands on the D.B.C. Having their momentary hopes of a numbers advantage crushed, the Dirty Boys pulled out all the stops to pick up the win, even being dubbed “The Dirty Tricks Club” at one point, but the fire inside Vine and Mack proved to be too hot for the D.B.C. to handle and, after finally separating Andy and Ronny, Mack hit Ronny with an Earth shaking powerslam for the pin. The D.B.C. weren’t about to simply lick their wounds and accept defeat, however, and jumped Mack and Vine from behind, but the assault didn’t last long though. Seeing the attack from the locker room, Scott Colton and Iniestra ran to the ring, steel chair in hand, and chased off Andy and Ronny. Colton and Iniestra then laid out a challenge for Andy and Ronny to face them in a tag team match this coming Saturday night!
– SINGLES MATCH –
“TEXAS” PETE DEF. “THE LIFE OF THE PARTY” DJ RAVE ELLIS VIA PIN FALL
In a solid exhibition, veteran “Texas” Pete took on Premier Academy standout, “The Life of the Party” DJ Rave Ellis. Ellis put on an impressive display and, apparently, “Texas” Pete, who went into the match seemingly underestimating his opponent, soon perceived a real threat to his chance of victory. With Ellis on the mat, Pete grabbed a handful of trunks for added leverage and, many would say, stole a victory from the Academy standout.
– FOUR CORNERS MATCH FOR THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP –
“THE FIVE TOOL PLAYER” CHASE GOSLING DEF. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON, INIESTRA & “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE (C) VIA PIN FALL TO BECOME THE NEW PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION
With three of PPW’s top athletes gunning for a shot at the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, a four corners match was set to give each the opportunity he felt he deserved. No matter how strong their bond outside the ring, Vine, Iniestra and Colton gave no quarter to each other and, with the added element of Chase Gosling, a former PPW Champion in his own right, thrown in, the match became an instant classic that had the Premier Planet on the edge of their seats. The tide turned when Chase’s D.B.C. partners, Andy Anderson and Ronny Metro, snuck out to ringside and subdued Vine and Colton while Chase was able to roll Iniestra up in the ring and, thanks to having his feet on the ropes out of sight of the referee, take home the match AND the PPW World Heavyweight Championship for the second time! As Chase was taking time to gloat to a furious audience, he also took the opportunity to gloat to Premier CEO Randy Ricci who had come to ringside to address the situation. Citing PPW’s legal policy, Chase revealed that he had discovered a provision where, as new champion, he would be allowed to name his first contender and he chose…DJ Rave Ellis. Chase also cited a provision stating that Matt Vine, the now former champion, must win three consecutive matches in order to earn a match for the title. Proud of himself to no end, Chase an the rest of the D.B.C. went to the back to celebrate. Seeing an opportunity, however, Randy called Matt Vine out to the ring and offered him the chance to get all three of those matches out of the way in one night at PPW #132 this coming Saturday night. Chomping at the bit to regain the championship, Vine agreed and goes into this Saturday’s studio taping with a raging internal fire as he faces a mountainous climb back to the top of Premier Pro Wrestling.
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