Full match results from January 19, 2019 #PPW234 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING DEF. THE MAGNIFICENT RED BY WAY OF PIN FALL
The opening contest of #PPW234 was an exhibition which featured former three-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Chase Gosling, who went toe-to-toe with the mysterious Magnificent Red. Showing why he has reigned atop Premier Pro Wrestling on three separate occasions, Chase made short work of his opponent and delivered a Gosling-bomb to pick up a head of steam on his way into tag team action later in the evening.
BEST OF SEVEN SERIES: MATCH #6
SKYE BLUE (2-3) DEF. ZERO 1 (3-2) BY WAY OF PIN FALL
After picking up some momentum in match number five at #PPW233, Skye Blue looked to tie the score with Zero 1 who was only one win away from total victory in their best of seven series. The prospect of winning a date with Cali Young seems to have awakened a different side of Zero 1, because as the match progressed, Zero 1 routinely took liberties with the rules to gain an unfair advantage, but all of his efforts proved unfruitful as Skye was able to roll him up with the small package to win the match and tie the score. With the score now even, this coming Saturday marks the seventh and final match in this best of series. Will Zero 1 realize his dream of winning a date with his dream girl, Cali Young, or will Skye overcome and earn a match against Cali and gain retribution for Cali’s interference which cost Skye one of her recent matches against Zero 1?
TAG TEAM MATCH
“THE HUNK WITH THE TREE TRUNKS” CHASE GOSLING & NOT BAD CHAD DEF. JOSE ACOSTA & SEM SEI BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With the tag team division in Premier Pro Wrestling hotter than ever, rival tandems locked horns when one half of the Tag Team Champions, Sem Sei, team ed with close associate, Jose Acosta, to take on the party animal, Not Bad Chad, and the man Jose, Sem, and Iniestra have dubbed “El Diablo Blanco,” Chase Gosling. With no legitimate contenders to the Tag Team Championship in the picture, Sem and Jose were willing to pull out all the stops to slow the momentum of anyone who could potentially become a threat to the titles, but all of their efforts were in vain. In an incredible feat of strength, Chase and Chad stacked Sem on top of Jose on the top turnbuckle where Chase picked both men up and delivered a double electric chair drop, with Sem taking the bulk of the impact. With both of their opponents suffering the effects of the fall, Chad and Chase each covered an opponent for a double pin and the victory.
WOLFMAN HUCK DEF. “CONNEST” CONNOR CORR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Seemingly drawing the proverbial short straw, the self-proclaimed feminist and sportsman, Connor Corr, was tasked with going one-on-one against the 310 pound Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck. Perhaps showing too much confidence in his abilities, Connor tried in vain to out-muscle his much larger competition, culminating in Connor attempting to bodyslam the big man, but as soon as Connor got Huck off of his feet, the force of gravity plus Huck’s over three hundred pound frame cause Connor to fall backwards with his shoulders pinned to the mat, allowing Huck to pick up the win by way of pin fall.
2-OUT-OF-3 FALLS MATCH FOR THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
“THE SYMBOL OF EXCELLENCE” MATT VINE (C) DEF. ANAKIN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With a new chapter starting in Premier Pro Wrestling, it has been decreed by PPW’s ruling body that every championship match shall, henceforth, be contested under 2-out-of-3 falls rules and kicking of this now permanent stipulation was a return match from #PPW233. After nearly dethroning “The Symbol of Excellence” Matt Vine, Anakin so impressed Premier officials that he was granted another opportunity at the championship, but the momentum would not begin in Anakin’s corner. As he had Matt in a tree of woe, Anakin ascended to the top turnbuckle, looking for a high risk offense, when Matt pulled himself up and threw Anakin from the buckle with a belly-to-belly suplex, sending him crashing down to the canvas and enabling Matt to take to first fall, but Anakin soon evened the odds when he was able to deliver a crucifix-bomb, locking the champion in a predicament he could not escape from and tying the score, but during the minute-long rest period before the third and final fall, Matt took a chair from ringside and delivered a devastating shot to Anakin’s back. Due to the cheap shot occurring between falls, the referee had no justifiable cause to disqualify Matt, giving him an unfair advantage going into the final fall. Despite being worse for wear from the chair shot, Anakin continued to fight, showing the heart and determination that have made him one of the most popular members of the Premier roster among the Premier Planet, but willing to do whatever it took to keep his title reign in tact, Matt rolled Anakin up and, thanks to a handful of Anakin’s trunks, stole the final fall and retained his championship, leaving Anakin once again without his brass ring.
BUY TICKETS for #PPW235 Saturday, January 26th, 7:30pm belltime, 1230 Davis Road in Woodstock, IL.