Full match results from July 21, 2018 #PPW207 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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SINGLES MATCH –
SKYE BLUE DEF. ZERO 6 BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With her big 6-person tag team match on the horizon, Skye Blue was given the opportunity to get a one-up on the Zero camp when she went one-on-one with a new arrival from said camp, Zero 6. This new competitor forced Skye to adapt to a new set of tactics, but if there’s one thing Skye has become renowned for it’s being adaptable to adverse situations. As Zero 6 attempted to end the match and, perhaps, Skye herself, with a superplex from the top rope, Skye was able to reverse it to deliver a suplex of her own which was enough to give her the pin fall and a moral victory on her way to the main event.
SINGLES MATCH –
LA TARANTULA DEF. KIM CHEE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
After being absent from PPW for a number of weeks, La Tarantula made his in-ring return at #PPW207 when he went one-on-one with Kim Chee who tried to use every unfair advantage he could muster, but in the end La Tarantula was able to execute a sunset flip on him for the 1-2-3.
SINGLES MATCH –
JOSE ACOSTA DEF. SNAPPO THE CLOWN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
In the world of psychology, a fear of clowns is known as coulrophobia and this fear came to life for many in the Premier Planet upon the arrival of Snappo the Clown. Clearly not playing with a full deck, Snappo came to the ring bound in a straitjacket which took the referee several minutes to remove due to Snappo’s unpredictable behavior and tendency to lash out whenever someone would get close to him. It was the unenviable task of Premier Academy standout, Jose Acosta, to try and pacify this bizarre and, quite obviously, dangerous newcomer and Snappo made things very difficult for Jose as he stretched the rules to their breaking point all while seeming to be coherent enough to never push them over the line. However, despite the onslaught from Snappo, Jose showed the tenacity and endurance that has quickly made him a fan favorite among the Premier Planet and with cat-like agility he was able to leap over the top rope and roll Snappo up for a pin. Snappo, however, would not walk away quietly and immediately attacked Jose after the closing bell, laying a savage beating on him until Anakin made the save wielding a steel chair as a weapon which sent Snappo running back to whatever asylum Premier officials found him in while Anakin tended to Jose in the ring.
#1 CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. ANAKIN BY WAY OF SUBMISSION
With a shot at “The World Exclusive” Matt Vine and the PPW World Heavyweight Championship at stake, friendship had to be put aside when Anakin went one-on-one with his frequent tag team partner and former two-time PPW Champion in his own right, Chase Gosling. Having come within mere inches of winning his first World Championship just a week prior, young Anakin wanted so badly to get back into the main event picture and prove once and for all why he, even at just seventeen years old, deserves to sit atop the pyramid of Premier Pro Wrestling, but his opponent, Chase Gosling, was equally determined to get one step closer to seizing the gold for the third time which would make him runner-up for most title reigns in PPW history. The two allies wrestled a definitive see-saw match, exchanging the momentum numerous times with near fall after near fall, utilizing signature maneuvers that would have, most likely, bested any other competitor, unable to put the other down for the count until Chase managed to hoist Anakin into the air and lock in the Saturday Night Special. With nowhere to go, Anakin resisted for a time, but was eventually forced to tap out to the hold, making your new #1 contender Chase Gosling. However, there was now a conundrum facing Premier officials as, earlier in the week, the 270lb Pro Wrestling Noah star, Jay Bradley, issued a challenge to PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, for a championship match on Friday, July 27 when Premier Pro Wrestling presents two back-to-back nights of action from the Premier Studio. With Chase now having earned his rightful place as next in line for a title shot, Premier officials decided to shake up the main event of #PPW208 and it will now be a triple threat match for the title with Matt vine defending the championship against both Jay Bradley AND Chase Gosling!
6 PERSON TAG TEAM MATCH –
CONNOR CORR, ZERO 5, & “THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH DEF. SKYE BLUE, “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON, & “NOT BAD” CHAD BY WAY OF PIN FALL
When their tag team match against Marcus Smith and Zero 5 was thrown out thanks to the interference of Connor Corr and Skye Blue at #PPW206, Andy Anderson and “Not Bad” Chad were granted a chance at payback when they were put into a 6 person tag team match with their partner, Skye Blue, against the team of Connor, Marcus, and Zero 5. At first, Connor, Marcus, and Zero 5 struggled to gain the upper hand on their opponents and could not seem to manage to keep it when they were able to go on the offensive, but as the match wore on, the referee began losing control as tempers flared and all six participants ended up in the ring together. In the chaos, Connor managed to send Skye into the ropes and use the backward momentum to roll her up and, thanks to two handfuls of Skye’s trunks, he managed to steal the pin fall for his team. Due to the controversial ending of the match, however, Skye has been granted a match with Connor this Saturday at #PPW209 and losing the 6 person tag did not stop Andy, Chad, and Skye from leading the Premier Planet in a dance party when the match was over, showing they could still end their night on a high note and that a defeat wasn’t going to keep the good times from rolling.
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