Full match results from April 13, 2019 #PPW246 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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WRESTLING ANDY DEF. “KING LEON” TRENT TAYLOR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
#PPW246 saw the arrival of two young athletes from the state of Kentucky looking to make their mark in Premier Pro Wrestling, but both would be put to tests of endurance. The first to be tested was a young man going by the moniker “King Leon” Trent Taylor, who had the unenviable task of going one-on-one against PPW’s longest standing veteran, Wrestling Andy. While Trent brought a hard-hitting ground-and-pound style, he was no match for the experience and eccentric ring style of Andy who crushed the young upstart’s dreams of debut glory with an Andybomb off of the second rope.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. SLICK WILLY BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With his focus firmly on himself and only himself, former three-time PPW world Heavyweight Champion, Chase Gosling, has been carving a path of devastation through PPW on his way to his ultimate goal: the recapture of the PPW Championship and. Standing in that path at #PPW246 was Premier Academy standout, Slick Willy, who, despite a valiant effort, fell victim to a running knee strike which Chase has dubbed “the shocker,” but a victory over Willy was not enough to satisfy Chase’s appetite for success and Chase immediately demanded another opponent to come out and face him in an impromptu match to prove to everyone in the PPW locker room and the Premier Planet that he is not a coward and not afraid of anyone on the roster, least of all his former tag team partner, Anakin. Well, Chase, be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. WOLFMAN HUCK BY WAY OF PIN FALL
If more competition is what Chase wanted, more competition was what he got in the form of the three hundred and ten pound Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck. Despite an overflowing well of confidence prior, the arrival of Huck seemed to throw Chase off of his game plan and, at first, Chase looked ready to get out of dodge, but “Mr. Electricity” mustered his courage and stepped up to the big man who proceeded to manhandle the three-time champion, but as Huck pummeled Chase in the corner, Chase suddenly seemed to become superhuman as he hoisted the three hundred and ten pounder up and sent him crashing to the canvass with an Earth-shaking powerbomb which was enough to stun the big man and enable Chase to earn his second victory of the night.
JOSE ACOSTA DEF. “CONNEST” CONNOR CORR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Ever since Jose Acosta accepted the open challenge of McHenry County’s self-proclaimed favorite son, Connor Corr, the PPW Tag Team Champions, Iniestra and Semsei, had been trying to convince Jose to revoke his acceptance of the match since Connor is, in their words, “down with the brown,” but Jose was not content simply standing in Iniestra and Sem’s corner during their title defense in the main event and wanted an opportunity of his own to prove himself in the ring. Reluctantly, Iniestra and Sem allowed their amigo to proceed with the match and fortune smiled on Jose as he did prove his capabilities in the ring by pinning Connor after a split-legged moonsault off the top rope.
PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “THE SYMBOL OF EXCELLENCE” MATT VINE VS. BRANDON WOLFE ENDS IN A TIME LIMIT DRAW
In a yin and yang clash of styles, reigning five-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, was faced with a new challenge when he went toe-to-toe with a young man many have declared to be the best high flyer in the state of Kentucky, Brandon Wolfe. From the onset, Matt appeared to dismiss his significantly smaller and less experienced opponent, but the champion quickly learned that looks can be deceiving as Brandon unleashed a barrage of offense the champion was ill-prepared for. While Matt may have had the size and power advantage, Brandon displayed a remarkable amount of agility to counter almost everything the champion threw his way in the early goings of the match until Matt regained full control and grounded the young high flyer, but even with the momentum on his side, the champion could not keep his opponent down as Brandon continued to fight on, even after a barrage of leg-based submission holds inhibited some of his arial abilities. While Matt continued searching for ways to finally put the match to an end, the clock ticked down to the final minutes. With time not on their side, both men brought out whatever remained in their respective arsenals to try and clinch a victory before time ran out, but it would be to no avail as the thirty minute time limit expired, resulting in the match being ruled a draw. However, Premier COO Randy Ricci, impressed with Brandon’s display of heart and grit coupled with the fact that Matt had been unable to defeat him, declared that, in his eyes, Brandon had earned an opportunity at the PPW World Heavyweight Championship and extended an open invitation to him for a title match against Matt Vine!
**SKYE’S CHOICE MATCH**
“THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH DEF. SKYE BLUE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Skye Blue’s scheduled opponent, Rose Wilde, was unable to attend #PPW246, leaving Skye without an opponent, but rather than deprive Skye of an opportunity to get in the ring and the fans from seeing one of their favorite PPW talents, Premier officials decided to make the match “Skye’s choice,” meaning that Skye would be able to name her own opponent on the spot and the opponent she chose was “The Science” Marcus Smith who Skye had chosen simply due to the fact that Marcus’s attitude and self-absorption made him unlikeable in her eyes. However, despite being unable to prepare for the match until the moment of, Marcus was able to steal a victory from Skye when he rolled her up for a pin and held on to Skye’s trunks for added leverage, rendering Skye unable to escape before the count of three.
**PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
“EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA & SEMSEI (C) VS. NOT BAD CHAD & ANAKIN THROWN OUT DUE TO OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE
Lady luck smiled on the new number one contenders to the PPW World Tag Team Championships, Not Bad Chad and Anakin, when the two were paired up via the Random Fandom in a tag team elimination gauntlet at #PPW245 and the two were able to be the last team standing, earning them a title opportunity. Being for a championship, the match would be contested under two-out-of-three falls rules and the first fall went to the challengers when Chad was able to push Iniestra against the ropes and use the backward momentum to roll “El Mero Mero” up for a pin, but the champions answered back when a distraction caused the referee to lose focus and allowed Sem to reverse another pin attempt by Chad on Iniestra, rolling Iniestra on top of Chad for a pin fall of their own. With the score tied, the match went into the third and final fall which saw Iniestra and Sem try to involve Jose who, to their surprise, wanted nothing to do with interfering since his attempt the previous week had backfired, but just as Anakin and Chad seemed to be in position to capture the gold, Chase Gosling stormed the ring and began attacking Chad and Anakin with a chair, forcing the referee to throw the match out due to outside interference, but that’s when Jose Acosta, who had been standing in Iniestra and Sem’s corner, ran into the ring with a chair of his own and stared down Chase until Chase finally backed down, leaving Jose standing in the ring and leaving many to wonder why Jose would come to the aid of two of his bitter rivals, Anakin and Chad.
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