Full match results from June 3, 2017 #PPW146 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
RONNY “VERONICA” METRO DEF. “THE CORNFED COLOSSUS” MICHAEL MACK VIA PIN FALL
After being a thorn in the side of the Michael Mack for a number of weeks now, the Dirty Boys Club were forced to give one of their own up to the big Texan in one-on-one action and the short straw went to Ronny “VeRonica” Metro. However, Ronny was not alone as Chase Gosling and Andy Anderson decided to get a front row view of the action, potentially tipping the scales against Mack, but despite attempts to use their greater numbers, the D.B.C. could not keep the big man down until Ronny was able to get Mack into a pinning predicament close enough to the ropes for the other Dirty Boys to hang on to Mack’s feet while the referee was distracted counting Mack’s shoulders down. As they say, however, payback is a you-know-what and Mack was able to put some hurt on the D.B.C. before they made a break for the locker room, exacting a measure of revenge.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE DEF. HAMMOND EGGERTS VIA PIN FALL
Having been demoralized by two consecutive losses, Dirty Boys Club recruit Hammond Eggerts looked to get back on his winning ways, but in his way was former (and possibly soon to be again) PPW World Heavyweight Champion Matt Vine. Although the D.B.C. accompanied Hammond to the ring, Chase Gosling declared this do-or-die time for Hammond and the Dirty Boys left the ringside area, leaving Hammond to fend for himself against the former champ. Vine’s experience edge was too much for the relative newcomer, though, and Vine was able to roll Hammond up for the pin. Vine then extended a hand to his opponent and advised Hammond to leave the Dirty Boys behind and strike out on his own. Will Hammond heed Vine’s advice or will he continue trying to impress the D.B.C.?
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. JAMIE FROM THE BLOCK VIA PIN FALL
Payback was the name of the game when PPW veteran Andy Anderson sought to teach a lesson in minding one’s own business to Jamie from the Block who was able to get a decision reversed against Andy’s D.B.C. cohort, Ronny Metro, last week. Despite Ronny pinning Jamie in the impromptu match that followed, Andy, who had been witness to the events at ringside, wanted his own piece of the rookie. Andy was in for a few surprises, however, as Jamie sent him running out of the ring on more than a couple of occasions, showcasing his ever-increasing abilities. It took outside interference from Chase Gosling to finally turn the tide and give Andy the upper hand, but despite numerous pin attempts, Andy could not put Jamie away until an Andybomb from the corner proved to be too much and allowed Andy to pick up the victory via pin fall.
– NON-TITLE MATCH –
PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. “SLAMMIN'” SKIP MCKENZIE VIA SUBMISSION
After losing to the tandem of “Slammin'” Skip and Michael Mack in tag team action last week, PPW World Heavyweight Champion Chase Gosling was granted a one-on-one non-title match against Skip and made hefty promises earlier in the week about what would happen to his opponent. Hungry to continue proving himself in PPW, Skip gave the champ a run for his money and it looked as though he might score an upset, but thanks to a little assistance from Andy Anderson on the outside behind the referee’s back, Chase made good on his promises and forced Skip to tap out with a modified surfboard stretch. After the match, however, Skip decided to get revenge and took on both Chase and Andy in the ring, but the Dirty Boys were able to turn things around and, with the addition of Ronny Metro, began laying waste to Skip until a savior emerged from the back in the form of Jamie from the Block wielding a metal folding chair as an equalizer. After Jamie chased the Dirty Boys out of the ring, Premier COO Randy Ricci came to ringside and announced that, at PPW #147, there will be a tag team match pitting Skip and Jamie against Chase and Andy.
– #1 CONTENDERSHIP ROUND ROBIN TOURNAMENT MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE VS. INIESTRA RULED A NO CONTEST
Despite their friendship, things have been getting heated between Iniestra and Matt Vine in recent weeks, especially with Vine taking exception to Iniestra counting his shoulders down and granting a victory to Scott Colton while Iniestra was serving as the special guest referee in last week’s tournament match. The two had the opportunity to make good on words exchanged and with the tournament now drawing to a close, neither could afford to give an inch. The two traded momentum and both came so close to victory on multiple occasions over the course of approximately thirty grueling minutes until the referee found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and, after being inadvertently splashed in the corner and taking a body to the knee, ruled the match a no contest. Afraid that Vine and Iniestra were about to seriously injure one another, Premier COO Randy Ricci announced that there will be a triple threat elimination match at PPW #147 for the number one contendership to the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, currently held by Chase Gosling.
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