Full match results from November 25, 2017 #PPW171 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
ZERO 2 VS. SEM SEI ENDS IN A TIME LIMIT DRAW
After an impressive debut showing at PPW #170 which lead to a ten minute time limit draw, Sem Sei returned to action against Zero 2, this time with fifteen minutes on the clock. Like the weekend prior, Sem showed his intestinal fortitude and determination when Zero 2 could not keep him down despite numerous underhanded tactics. In fact, it looked like Sem might actually put Zero 2 away on several occasions, even displaying his own striking proficiency to match Zero 2’s martial arts. Unfortunately for Sem, the experience of Zero 2 meant that he was not about to give in to the Premier Academy standout and the two wrestled for the full length of the time limit, resulting in another time limit draw. Impressed by the newcomer, however, PPW officials decided that Sem deserved another chance to pick up the win that has twice evaded him and he will face off against Zero 2 again at PPW #172, this time with twenty minutes at their disposal.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“SHREDDING” CONNOR CORR DEF. SKYE BLUE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Skye Blue may have picked up the victory at PPW #170, but it was Connor Corr who had the last laugh when he blindsided Skye after the match. Now, with a win under her belt and vengeance on her mind, Skye sought to silence the shredder once and for all. For a while, it seemed as if Skye might pick up another win until Connor sneakily put his feet on the bottom rope during a pin attempt out of sight of the referee and scored the three count before getting out of dodge.
– TRIPLE THREAT NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. INIESTRA AND ANAKIN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Having come within a hair of picking up a huge win over former PPW Champion Iniestra at PPW #170 before Iniestra decided to take the easy way out and use the ropes to his advantage, Premier Academy standout, Anakin, was granted a rematch against “El Mero Mero,” but instead the stakes were raised and their singles match became a triple threat with Chase Gosling thrown into the mix whose World Championship match against Matt Vine at PPW #170 had been thrown out due to outside interference courtesy of Ronny Metro and Andy Anderson. With each man having the lion’s share to achieve in this one, all three brought out their entire arsenal in order to become the next in line for a title shot. Anakin put on an impressive display, standing toe-to-toe with two former champions, but the experience of Iniestra and Chase lead to the standout achieving only near falls throughout while Iniestra did his best to keep the larger and stronger Chase on the outside of the ring. Things came to a head when the referee found himself on the wrong end of a running knee from Chase. With the referee down, Ronny Metro decided to interject himself into the match and delivered a top rope splash to Chase. With Chase down, Iniestra, perhaps seeking not just the victory, but also a way to put Anakin, who has been a thorn in his side over recent weeks, out of commission ascended to the top rope and appeared to be setting Anakin up for a superplex when Chase regained a vertical base, ran in, got under Iniestra and brought Iniestra down with a brutal powerbomb, taking Anakin along for the ride. This proved to be enough and Chase covered Iniestra for the pin, becoming the new number one contender to the PPW Championship.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
RONNY “VERONICA” METRO DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE (C) BY WAY OF DISQUALIFICATION
The three time champion, Matt Vine, had his hands full at PPW #171 with his new challenger, “that snake” Ronny “Veronica” Metro, but after the events of PPW #170 the week prior, “Irish” Andy Anderson had been placed on a one week suspension, meaning that Ronny would be forced to tangle with the champion on his own. Without the X factor of Andy on the outside, how would Ronny overcome the king of PPW’s mountain? It seemed that the question might answer itself on multiple occasions. With a lust for gold, Ronny nearly put the champion away on numerous occasions, displaying the trademark viciousness that had previously propelled him to the top of PPW during his own reign as champion, but there is a reason that Matt Vine is a three time champion and it showed each time Ronny went in for the kill, refusing to give into the snake. Chomping at the bit for some payback, however, Chase Gosling stormed the ring and attacked Ronny. This caused the referee to call for the bell and awarded the match to Ronny by way of disqualification. However, since the title can’t change hands under such circumstances, Matt Vine retained the championship and, because of his actions, Chase has been suspended from action for PPW #172 while Ronny has been granted a rematch against Matt for the PPW World Heavyweight Championship.
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