Full match results from July 27th & 28th, 2018 #PPW208 and #PPW209 tapings at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL with Randy Ricci.
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SKYE BLUE DEF. ZERO 7 BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Facing perhaps her toughest competition yet, Skye Blue was taken to the limit by yet another member of the Zero camp, Zero 7, who did not hesitate to push just about every rule to its breaking point in an effort to avenge the losses his comrades have suffered in recent weeks at Skye’s hands, but as Zero 7 attempted a bodyslam, Skye was able to muster enough momentum to offset Zero 7’s balance which allowed her to roll him forward into a small package for the 1-2-3.
TAG TEAM MATCH
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON & “NOT BAD” CHAD DEF. “THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH & ZERO 1 BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Out for payback after coming up short in their six-person tag team match one week ago, PPW’s resident party animals, Andy Anderson and “Not Bad” Chad, set out to settle the score when they went two-on-two against “The Science” Marcus Smith and Zero 1. In the early going, Andy and Chad showed their impeccable teamwork and held the advantage for quite some time. That was until Chad found himself on the receiving end of the punishment. With the ball now in their court, Marcus and Zero 1 did everything within their power to try and keep Andy out of the match as they initiated double team after double team on Chad, but Chad would eventually get to Andy and make a tag in full view of the ref who had been continually distracted by Marcus and Zero 1, causing him to not see Chad tag Andy in numerous occasions. With the advantage firmly back on their side, Chad and Andy executed a double team maneuver that saw Chad deliver an atomic drop to Zero 1 which sent him right into Andy’s hands where Andy delivered a swinging neck-breaker which allowed Chad to cover Zero 1 for the pin fall.
SEM SEI VS. ANAKIN ENDED IN A TIME LIMIT DRAW
With the 2018 Challenge Pro Cup tournament just a day away, two of PPW’s top young talents tried to gain some early momentum going in when Anakin took on former friend, now bitter rival, Sem Sei in an exciting clash that saw the two pull out all the stops to try and best the other, but as the match wore on, neither could keep the other down long enough to score a decision. As the thirty minute time limit ticked down to its final seconds, both mustered what little steam they had left after such a trying encounter, but neither could put the other down by the time the time limit expired, leading to the match being ruled a draw.
PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP TRIPLE THREAT MATCH
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE (C) DEF. “THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING AND JAY BRADLEY BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Several weeks ago, Matt Vine narrowly escaped with his title reign in tact when he secured a victory over the 6’5” 275lb Jay Bradley by way of count out. Having not been pin or forced to submit in their match, Jay put out a challenge to Matt for a rematch. Being a fighting champion and wanting to prove once and for all that he can overcome Jay’s significant size advantage and beat him in the ring, Matt accepted the challenge. However, this time there would be an X factor thrown into the mix. At #PPW207, Chase Gosling secured his rightful place as #1 contender to the title, leaving Premier officials with a conundrum on their hands as to who would face Matt for the belt. This proved to be an opportunity, however, and instead of deciding between Jay or Chase, it was ruled that all three would face off for the title in a triple threat match. In a true every-man-for-himself scenario, the three went to all-out war, each trying to prove he was the most worthy of wearing the gold. Despite being the only participant to have never held the title, Jay Bradley was considered by many to be the heavy favorite in the match, but when he found himself on the floor outside the ring, he could not stop events from transpiring inside the ring. With Jay out of the picture at least momentarily, Matt delivered a well-timed superkick to Chase which stunned the 250 pounder and gave Matt the opening he needed to pick up the pin fall, retaining the title against perhaps his heaviest odds to date.
Matt now goes on to #PPW209 to compete in the Challenge Pro Cup tournament and after successfully retaining the title against Chase Gosling and Jay Bradley, this will be the first time in PPW history that an active champion has participated in the tournament. Does Matt have what it takes to add the 2018 Challenge Pro Cup to his already impressive list of accolades? Join us tonight in Woodstock when PPW’s best and brightest go head-to-head-to-head in triple threat matches to crown the 2018 Challenge Pro Cup Champion!
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