Full match results from July 1, 2017 #PPW150 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. JAMIE GARZA VIA PIN FALL
Opening PPW’s biggest studio taping to date, one of PPW’s longest standing veterans took on one of the Premier Academy’s top standouts when Andy Anderson (accompanied by Chase Gosling) took on Jamie Garza. Despite a serious experience disadvantage, Jamie succeeded in frustrating Andy on more than a handful of occasions by refusing to give up despite frequent utilizations of double teams by Andy and Chase behind the referee’s back. However, the rookie could only withstand so much and, thanks to an outside assist from Chase who held Jamie’s foot while the referee, completely unaware of what was happening, counted the three and awarded the match to Andy by way of pin fall.
– NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING VS. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON ENDS IN A DRAW
Chomping at the bit all week for their chance to not only inflict damage on each other, but to also earn the next-in-line spot for a shot at the PPW World Heavyweight Championship in the process, former champions, Chase Gosling and Scott Colton, entered the Premier Studio with full tanks of gas and set their focus on leaving the other man in the dust. As promised earlier in the week from the man himself, Scott used his agility and comfort with altitude to try and topple the much larger Chase who answered by utilizing his greater power and strength to ground the fan favorite. With each man cancelling the other out time and time again, the two battled until their tanks were running on fumes and sheer strength of will. Things took a turn, however, when the referee found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and was temporarily put out of commission. A second referee entered the fray, but he too was soon inadvertently put out of commission. With what seemed like one final gasp, Colton managed to roll Chase up at which point the first referee made the three count, but just as the three was hit, Chase reversed the pin in sight of the second referee who also counted the three. This lead to a dispute between the referees over who the rightful winner should be which lead Premier COO, Randy Ricci, to call on his executive power and rule the match a draw. With no legitimate number one contender, stay tuned to our social media pages for developments on the situation.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“TEXAS” PETE DEF. HAMMOND EGGERTS VIA PIN FALL
Still trying to prove his worth to the Dirty Boys Club, Hammond Eggerts (seconded by Andy Anderson) went into competition against another long-standing PPW veteran, “Texas” Pete. For the majority of the match, Pete dominated over his much greener opponent until Andy apparently decided that Hammond wouldn’t be able to get the job done on his own. Now on the apron, Andy held Pete by the arms and instructed Hammond to hit him. At this point, however, Hammond appeared conflicted and his hesitation would prove costly. When Hammond finally went in for the hit, Pete managed to free himself from Andy’s grasp, causing Hammond to crash into Andy, knocking him off the apron and allowing Pete to roll Hammond up for the win. Andy, however, decided to gain a measure of revenge by attacking Pete immediately following the bell. Seeing this from the back, Jamie Garza charged the ring to even the odds and chased both Andy and Hammond off.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON & HAMMOND EGGERTS DEF. JAMIE GARZA & “TEXAS” PETE VIA PIN FALL
With chaos consuming the ringside area, it was ruled the the only way to settle things was through an impromptu tag team match. At one point, all four men found themselves in the ring and it was then that Andy rolled up Jamie while Pete rolled up Hammond. However, since Andy and Jamie were the legal men, the win went to Andy and Hammond.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE (C) DEF. RONNY “VERONICA” METRO VIA PIN FALL
With Chase Gosling now finally in his rear view, PPW World Heavyweight Champion Matt Vine set his sights on his next challenger, the eccentric and some might say unstable Ronny “Veronica” Metro. Ronny’s confidence took a hit, however, when, right before the match began, it was announced that Chase Gosling and Andy Anderson were not sanctioned to be at ringside due to this being a World Title match which sent the Dirty Boys into a near frenzy of anger, but rules are rules and Ronny was left to fend for himself against the champ who lived up to the claims he made right after regaining the title that he would be a fighting champion. Matt did indeed fight to the bitter end and with a mere second’s worth of an opening he was able to roll Ronny up for the pin, allowing him to retain the title, but the victory was short lived as Matt was almost immediately assaulted by the Dirty Boys Club and it wasn’t until Scott Colton stormed the ring with steel chair in hand that the three desisted and left for the backstage area, proud of the damage they had inflicted. Because of these actions, Matt Vine has been put out of action for PPW #151, but the D.B.C. won’t be getting off that easily, because before leaving the ring, Scott Colton demanded a match pitting D.B.C. members Ronny Metro and Chase Gosling against himself and the returning “El Mero Mero” Iniestra which has been granted by Premier officials!
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