Full match results from September 21, 2019 #PPW269 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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ZERO 3 DEF. THE AMERICAN BEARD BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Kicking off the evening was a cultural battle of east meets west when Zero 3, representing Japan, met the red, white, and blue clad American Beard in singles action, but all of the patriotism in the world could not seize victory from the jaws of defeat for the Beard when Zero 3 utilized a handful of tights, unseen by the referee, to steal the pin fall.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. TIM CASTLE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Despite some impressive showings in his first few weeks in Premier Pro Wrestling, Premier Academy rookie Tim Castle was still searching for that all important first victory, but he wouldn’t find it at #PPW269, because standing in his was was the six foot five, two hundred and fifty pound former three-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, “Mr. Electricity” Chase Gosling, who dashed the newcomer’s hopes of achieving victory with a two hundred and fifty pound leg lariat.
“THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI DEF. ULTIMO LEÓN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Before stepping into the ring to clash with his arch rival, Anakin, American Ninja Warrior season 11 finalist, Semsei, put his skills to the test against Ultimo León and, despite León’s best efforts, Sem was able to put him down when he cut him off on his way back into the ring and delivered a swinging neck breaker through the ropes.
**TAG TEAM MATCH**
ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 (W/ CONNOR CORR) DEF. BROTHER DAVE & THE FLYING PHOENIX BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With their comrade, Zero 3, successful earlier in the night, Zero 1 & Zero 2 looked to make the masked clan from the Land of the Rising Sun 2-0 for the night when they squared off against the tandem of Brother Dave and The Flying Phoenix and, thanks to a momentary breakdown in communication, Zero 2 was able to roll The Flying Phoenix up to take home the victory.
NOT BAD CHAD DEF. D’MARCEO BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Impressive in his PPW debut just one week prior, Premier Academy rookie, D’Marceo, had his eyes set on making a statement when he took on PPW’s resident party animal, Not Bad Chad, but D’Marceo learned quickly that, despite Chad’s fun-loving attitude, he is a formidable grappler how should not be taken lightly and it may have been D’Marceo’s underestimation of this that cost him the match when Chad was able to capitalize on an opening to deliver a uranage slam to D’Marceo for the 1-2-3.
WOLFMAN HUCK DEF. CONNOR CORR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Out of action for a number of months, the three hundred sixty pound Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck, returned to the Premier Studio with his eyes set on destruction and his victim would be none other than PPW’s resident “sportsman,” Connor Corr, whose best laid plans backfired when he hit Huck with a chain he had concealed in his jacket, knocking out the big man, but causing him to fall backwards into the ropes which sent him back the way he came and right on top of Connor who was unable to escape from under Huck’s three hundred plus pound frame before the referee counted the pin.
ANAKIN DEF. “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With their PPW World Tag Team Championship rematch on hold due to Iniestra’s PPW World Heavyweight Championship opportunity in the main event, former Tag Team Champions, Anakin and José Acosta, were not without a chance at payback when they took on Iniestra’s amigos, Semsei and Pancho, in singles action. First up would be Anakin taking on the American Ninja Warrior season 11 finalist, Semsei, who, despite already having one victory under his belt for the night, could not make lightning strike twice as Anakin was able to execute a sunset powerbomb off the top turnbuckle and roll through, putting Sem into a pinning predicament he could not escape from.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. “THE BONE DAWG” BRYCE AKERS BY WAY OF PIN FALL
After a backstage assault on “The Bone Dawg” earlier in the week, Chase Gosling looked to drive his point home when the two met face-to-face in the ring where Bryce put on an impressive showing against the former three-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, but what Bryce brought to the match in heart and tenacity, Chase answered with size, power, and experience and it would be those factors that led “Mr. Electricity” to victory when he delivered a go-to-sleep to “The Bone Dawg” for the win.
JOSÉ ACOSTA DEF. PANCHO BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Now that is partner, Anakin, had bested Semsei, José Acosta looked to make a clean sweep of the self-proclaimed “special people” when he took on Iniestra and Sem’s new protégé, Pancho, who, despite learning a few things from his new mentors in recent weeks, proved to be no match for José who slingshotted Pancho off the ropes and used the momentum to roll him up and execute a bridge for the pin, making him and Anakin 2-0 against their bitter rivals on their way to #PPW270 to challenge for the PPW World Tag Team Championships.
**CHAMPION’S CHALLENGE FOR THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP**
“THE MODERN DAY GLADIATOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE (C) DEF. “EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA BY WAY OF PIN FALL TO RETAIN
It didn’t take long for the only five-time and longest reigning PPW World Heavyweight Champion of the modern era, “Vineacus” Matt Vine, to choose his opponent for the Champion’s Challenge, because as he watched the PPW World Tag Team Champions defend their titles at #PPW268, he set his sights on reigning Tag Team Champion and former PPW World Heavyweight Champion, “El Mero Mero” Iniestra, who seized an early advantage by scoring the first fall after delivering an Iniestra-bomb to the champion, but Matt answered back with a bomb of his own when he pinned Iniestra in the second fall with a crucifix-bomb. With the score now tied at one fall a piece, the match entered the third and final fall where both men fought tooth and nail for one crucial opening that would lead him to walking out of #PPW269 with the title and it would be “Vineacus” who found that opening when, as Iniestra attempted to utilize his agility, the champion reversed the attempted maneuver into a German suplex out of the corner, stunning Iniestra and keeping his shoulders down for the 1-2-3.
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