Full match results from May 27, 2017 #PPW145 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON W/ CHASE GOSLING DEF. “TEXAS” PETE VIA PIN FALL
The opening contest featured two of PPW’s longest standing veterans, Andy Anderson and “Texas” Pete. Having been with the company since its debut almost five years ago, the two are far from strangers to each other and for while Pete was able to put Andy on the run. That is until the X factor of Chase Gosling on the outside came into play and turned the tables in Andy’s favor. After Chase was able to wear Pete down while Andy had the referee distracted, Pete was running on fumes and, despite fighting to the bitter end, fell victim to a low blow while Chase distracted the referee.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON DEF. HAMMOND EGGERT VIA PIN FALL
Enjoying a streak of success over recent weeks thanks to his newfound association with the Dirty Boys Club, Hammond Eggert was all confidence as he stepped into the ring against former PPW World Heavyweight Champion and winner of the 2016 Challenge Pro Cup, Scott Colton. Once again, PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Chase Gosling, gave himself a ringside seat to the action and many believed that he might influence the outcome in the same way as he did in the opening contest. However, a breakdown in communication allowed Scott to send Hammond crashing into Chase as Chase was standing on the apron, giving Scott the momentum he needed to roll Hammond up for the pin.
– SINGLES MATCH –
INIESTRA DEF. RONNY METRO VIA DISQUALIFICATION
After a streak of bad luck in recent weeks, Iniestra has been trying to find a way to regain some momentum in PPW, but in his way was the very eccentric Ronny (aka VeRonica) Metro, accompanied by Andy Anderson. With Andy providing an assist from the outside, Ronny was able to reverse a suplex attempt and get the pin. However, as Ronny and Andy celebrated their tainted victory, Jamie from the Block came to the ring and informed the referee of what had occurred to influence the outcome. Hearing testimony from another party, the referee made the decision to reverse the call and awarded the match to Iniestra.
– SINGLES MATCH –
RONNY METRO DEF. JAMIE FROM THE BLOCK VIA PIN FALL
Steaming over the events that had just transpired, Ronny Metro demanded an impromptu match with Jamie from the Block in order to teach the rookie a lesson about sticking his nose in the D.B.C.’s business. Still looking to make a name for himself in PPW, Jamie did not hesitate in accepting. Despite taking a beating, Jamie refused to stay down, but a splash off the top rope proved to be too much and Ronny made good on his challenge.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
“SLAMMIN'” SKIP MCKENZIE & “THE CORNFED COLOSSUS” MICHAEL MACK DEF. “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON & PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION CHASE GOSLING VIA PIN FALL
Being two and one in wins and loses for the evening, Andy Anderson and Chase Gosling wanted to make sure that the D.B.C. left PPW #145 with only a single blemish on the night’s record, but it would be no easy task as they squared off against the young hot shot, “Slammin'” Skip McKenzie and his partner (some might say partner and a half), the near three hundred pound Texan, Michael Mack. Knowing their chances against the duo were greatly down, Chase and Andy pulled out all the stops to keep Skip away from his colossal partner who spent much of the match pacing the apron, salivating at the chance of putting the hurt on the Dirty Boys. Mack got that opportunity when Skip was finally able to create some separation between himself and the D.B.C., allowing Skip to make the tag. Like a tornado, Mack plowed through both Chase and Andy and, with the Dirty Boys reeling, Skip & Mack were able to seize victory from the jaws of near defeat. After the match, Chase and Andy got into a shoving match, both blaming the other for the loss, but just as it seemed the two were about to throw down, they embraced in a hug, apparently squashing the heat between them for the moment.
– #1 CONTENDERS ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENT MATCH –
SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE: INIESTRA
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE VIA PIN FALL
Things got very interesting in the evening’s main event. Over the last several weeks, a round robin tournament has been held to crown a new number one contender for the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Chase Gosling. This week, an X factor was added when it was announced that Iniestra would serve as the special referee. Being tight with both Scott Colton and Matt Vine, but having previously lost to both in the tournament, fans wondered if and how his involvement might influence the outcome or if he would fulfill his duty and call the match right down the middle. He had a lot on his hands as there was much riding on the outcome of the matchup, with the winner gaining much needed momentum in the tournament. With so much on the line, Vine and Colton gave no quarter to each other and gave the Premier Planet and exciting spectacle of both aerial and mat technique. Seeking the win, Vine delivered a German suplex to Colton, but Colton was able to get a shoulder up while Vine, perhaps overeager, failed to ensure that his shoulders were as well and Iniestra counted the 1-2-3 in Colton’s favor. After the match, Vine refused to shake Iniestra’s hand, visibly upset by the call.
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