Full match results from July 29, 2017 #PPW154 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE DEF. HAMMER BY WAY OF PIN FALL
The evening kicked off with an exciting singles contest between former PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, and the newest member of the Dirty Boys Club, Hammer (formerly known as Hammond Eggerts). Since earning his spot within the D.B.C., Hammer has shown a vicious side that was on full display in this match, but that vicious streak wasn’t enough to secure him the victory as Matt was able to block an apparent attempt at a tornado DDT and turn it into a pendulum for the win.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON DEF. “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON BY WAY OF PIN FALL
(SPECIAL GUEST REFEREE: SKYE BLUE)
“No love lost” was an understatement when student met former mentor in one-on-one action. Perhaps the most affected personally by Andy’s turn to “the dirty side,” Scott Colton set out to prove that the student had become the master and that is precisely what occurred. During an attempt at a sunset flip over the top rope by Scott, Andy held on to the top rope to avoid being rolled up for a pin, but after ignoring several warnings from Skye about utilizing the ropes, Skye kicked Andy’s arms away from the rope, allowing Scott to bring Andy down onto his back and, with a springboard off the second rope, Skye got into position to count Andy’s shoulders down for the three, bringing Scott the victory he so fiercely sought after.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. “FROM THE BLOCK” JAMIE GARZA BY WAY OF PIN FALL
One student of the Premier Academy whose stock has risen quickly as of late in PPW is Jamie Garza, but Jamie had his hands full with former PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Chase Gosling. It seemed as though Jamie had packed a metaphorical bag of surprises, however, and, despite being at a serious experience disadvantage, routinely displayed some exceptional ring prowess that threw Chase off his game, but eventually Chase regained the advantage and proceeded to dominate the young upstart, but Jamie refused to quit, sending Chase into a spiral of frustration. That was Chase decided to end things in brutal fashion. Exposing his knee, Chase delivered a running knee straight into Jamie, knocking him out long enough for Chase to pick up the win via pin fall.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
RONNY “VERONICA” METRO (C) VS. INIESTRA ENDED IN A NO CONTEST DUE TO OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE
After scratching and clawing for so long to reach the next-in-line spot, Iniestra finally earned an opportunity to realize his dream of becoming PPW World Heavyweight Champion and he entered the Premier Studio with a fire burning on the inside, but his opponent and current champion, Ronny “Veronica” Metro was not about to make things easy for his challenger and the two traded the advantage until their tanks were running on fumes. That was when the match broke down into utter chaos. As Iniestra was poised to take the title, Andy Anderson and the rest of the Dirty Boys Club broke up the count, but Scott Colton, Matt Vine, and Jamie Garza were in hot pursuit and it was mere seconds before all eight men found themselves in the ring and this forced the referee to rule the match a no contest for reasons of outside interference.
– 8 MAN TAG TEAM MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON, “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE, INIESTRA, & “FROM THE BLOCK” JAMIE GARZA DEF. THE DIRTY BOYS CLUB BY WAY OF DISQUALIFICATION
Because the participants had all come to ringside, Premier COO, Randy Ricci, decided there was no reason to wait and called for the eight man tag team match to begin immediately! With so much bad blood between the two sides, this was not as much a wrestling match as it was an all out war. Digging back into their old playbook, the Dirty Boys Club utilized frequent distractions of the referee to initiate gang style attacks on their isolated opponents and causing the referee to miss tags, frustrating Scott, Iniestra, Matt, and Jamie, but not demoralizing them as their will to fight continued to burn. In what was perhaps a moment of pure desperation, Andy Anderson tried to take advantage of the chaos that had again engulfed the ring. Bringing a chair onto the apron, Andy hit Scott in the head with it, but the referee saw the whole thing and ruled the match a disqualification in favor of Scott, Iniestra, Matt, and Jamie. Unfortunately, due to Andy’s actions, Scott will be out of action for two weeks for concussion observation. However, Andy also signed his own ticket to a three week suspension.
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