Full match results from September 7, 2019 #PPW267 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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**NON-TITLE EXHIBITION MATCH**
PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION “THE MODERN DAY WARRIOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE DEF. TIM CASTLE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
On their way to the main event to compete for the richest prize in PPW, champion and challenger were given a test of their skills in the opening contests. First up would be the reigning five-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, went one-on-one against a newcomer making his debut fresh out of the Premier Academy, Tim Castle, who fell to the champion after Matt performed a gruesome neck twist on the newcomer to hand him a bitter defeat in his first outing in Premier Pro Wrestling.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. ULTIMO LEÓN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With the champion now heading into the main event with a head of steam, the number one contender, Chase Gosling, wasn’t about to let himself be shown up by his former tag team partner and set out to make an example of his opponent, Ultimo León, who fell victim to a step-up leg drop across the back of the neck from the two hundred and fifty pound former champion.
CONNOR CORR DEF. VENTURA BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Never one to shy away from sneaky tactics despite being a self-appointed champion of sportsmanship, Connor Corr bested Ventura in head-to-head action when Ventura attempted a sunset flip over the top rope only for Connor to sit across his chest and, as the referee was distracted counting Ventura’s shoulders down, took the opportunity to hold on to a handful of Ventura’s tights for added leverage to steal the pin.
“EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA DEF. THE AMERICAN BEARD BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Wanting to make a statement against “racist” Americans everywhere, one half of the PPW World Tag Team Champions, Iniestra, took on the red, white, and blue clad American Beard who attempted to defend his country’s honor against “El Mero Mero,” but was bested when Iniestra delivered an enziguri in the corner, immediately followed with a German suplex that pinned the Beard’s shoulder’s down for the 1-2-3.
NOT BAD CHAD DEF. PANCHO (W/ SEMSEI) BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Embroiled in a newfound rivalry, Pancho and Not Bad Chad were given the opportunity to settle their differences in the ring, but from the onset Chad was at a disadvantage, because accompanying Pancho would be the second half of the PPW World Tag Team Champions, Semsei. Many believed that Sem would prove to be the deciding factor in the match, but when Pancho went to the well once too often after scoring with a missile dropkick from the top rope, Chad was able to block the second attempt and roll over Pancho to take home the win and gain retribution for the attack perpetrated by Pancho on him a number of weeks prior.
**PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
“THE MODERN DAY WARRIOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE (C) DEF. “MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING BY WAY OF PIN FALL
In a grueling two-out-of-three falls match for PPW’s top prize, former Tag Team Champions and longtime rivals, Matt Vine and Chase Gosling, went to war inside the PPW ring with Matt seeking to extend his historic fifth title reign another week while Chase was within reach of his fourth reign. The first fall went to the challenger when Chase locked the champion in his patented Saturday Night Special submission hold, forcing “Vineacus” to tap out, but the champion turned the tables in the second fall by locking in a figure four leg lock which Chase was able to reverse for a short time, but forcing Chase over, Matt was able to make his opponent tap out, bringing the match into the third and decisive fall where the two men tried in vain to find the key to victory, but time and time again neither man could keep the other down, though both came within milliseconds on several occasions. It was with one last gasp that Chase ascended the top rope, looking for a high risk offense, but just as Chase was about to deliver the maneuver, Matt rose to his feet and threw the two hundred and fifty pounder from the top rope and to the canvas where the exhausted champion was able to place but a single hand across the chest of his opponent to defeat his former partner and retain his championship.
**NON-TITLE TAG TEAM MATCH**
“THE BONE DAWG” BRYCE AKERS & JOSÉ ACOSTA DEF. PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS “EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA & “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI
When the PPW World Tag Team Champions, Iniestra and Semsei, along with their new ally, Pancho, put Anakin on the shelf with an injured knee after Anakin, José Acosta, and Not Bad Chad picked up a victory over the self-proclaimed “special people” at #PPW266, Anakin and José’s rematch for the titles was held up, but it would be “The Bone Dawg” Bryce Akers who stepped up to stand side-by-side with José in a non-title match against the champions as they sought revenge for Anakin and, while José took Sem over the top rope and to the floor, Bryce would ensure that revenge when he snuck up behind Iniestra and delivered a double underhook front face slam to “El Mero Mero” for the win.
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