Full match results from September 28, 2019 #PPW270 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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NOT BAD CHAD DEF. CONNOR CORR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Despite suffering a crushing (pun intended) defeated at the hands of the 360 pound Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck, at #PPW269, Connor Corr seemed surprisingly confident as he stepped into the ring to compete in the opening contest of #PPW270 to face off against PPW’s resident party animal, Not Bad Chad, but Connor’s chipper attitude quickly gave way as he showed renewed aggression against Chad, feeding off of the frustration that kept building as Chad continually thwarted his offensive attempts, but it would perhaps be that frustration that proved to be Connor’s undoing when he went for a high risk offense only to have his solar plexus meet with Chad’s knees on impact, knocking the wind out of him and enabling Chad to pick up a victory by way of pin fall.
**UP-AND-COMERS CHALLENGE FOR THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP**
“THE MODERN DAY GLADIATOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE (C) DEF. PANCHO, ULTIMO LEÓN, TIM CASTLE, ZERO 4, AND D’MARCEO TO RETAIN
In what may have arguably been his most daunting challenge to date, reigning five-time and eleven month PPW World Heavyweight Champion, “Vineacus” Matt Vine, was tasked with defending his title against not one, not two, not three, not even four, but five opponents, hand-picked from students of the Premier Academy, in an elimination match. However, despite the best efforts from the opposition, Vine restated his dominance at PPW’s top dog over and over throughout the match, eliminating his opponents one by one. The first to go would be Iniestra and Semsei’s new protégé, Pancho, who fell victim to a VKO from the champ. This brought Ultimo León into the match, but despite showing a lot of heart, León was eliminated after exchanging roll-ups with Vine only to have Vine execute a double reverse victory roll with a handful of trunks for added leverage. With two down and three to go, Tim Castle entered the contest to test his meddle against the champ and, for a short time, held the upper hand in an impressive display of athleticism, but his momentum was stopped short when Vine used that athleticism against him as Tim performed a head stand on the top turnbuckle in an effort to dodge Vine’s offense which left him open to a superkick from the champion. With only two opponents left before Vine could declare victory, Zero 4 now tried his hand against the champion, but a piledriver stopped him in his tracks and, unfortunately for Zero 4, Vine wasn’t done there and, instead of going for the cover, used him to make an emphatic statement by delivering a death wish neck snap before eliminating him from the contest. There was now only one opponent left standing in the champion’s path to total victory, but this final opponent proved to be much more of a challenge than the champion had anticipated as the young hotshot, D’Marceo, showed no signs of being intimated and wowed the Premier Planet with an impressive showcase of offense and internal fire to a point where many believed he might do the unthinkable and topple Vine to claim the richest prize in PPW, but as D’Marceo came off the top rope for a high risk offense, he was caught in midair by the champion who delivered an Earth-shaking sit-out powerbomb which was enough to completely halt D’Marceo’s momentum and bring victory to the most dominant PPW World Heavyweight Champion of the modern era.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING VS. “THE BONE DAWG” BRYCE AKERS ENDS IN A DOUBLE DISQUALIFICATION
Previously scheduled to wrestle Slick Willy in one-on-one action, Chase Gosling took to the ring for their match and informed all in attendance that Willy was, in fact, not in the building due to personal circumstances beyond his control. Taking advantage of the situation, Chase bullied the referee into ringing the bell and making the ten count, bringing Chase the victory by way of count out. However, one member of the Premier roster was not about to let Chase simply walk away with a cheap victory. Looking for payback of his own against “Mr. Electricity,” “The Bone Dawg” Bryce Akers suddenly emerged from the locker room, demanded a match with Chase, and was granted one, but the issues between the two would be left unresolved when Chase attempted to use a steel folding chair as a weapon against Bryce, only to have the tables turned, allowing Bryce to pick up the chair and go on the offensive, but due to the introduction of the chair into the match, the referee called for the bell and ruled the match a double disqualification. This, however, did not stop Bryce from trying to unleash his own attack with the chair, but as he swung for Chase in the corner, Chase evaded the strike, causing the chair to bounce off of the turnbuckle and back into Bryce’s face, stunning him and allowing Chase to put an exclamation mark on the encounter with a Threat Level Midnight, driving Bryce face-first into the chair as it lie on the ground.
**PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
JOSÉ ACOSTA & ANAKIN DEF. “EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA & “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI (C) TO WIN THE TITLES
It is difficult to think of a tag team rivalry in all of Premier Pro Wrestling history that has been as bitter and personal as the one that exists between the self-proclaimed “special people,” Iniestra and Semsei, and their sworn enemies, José Acosta and Anakin. Throw the PPW World Tag Team Championships into the mix and their feud has become a constantly refilling powder keg that never ceases to find a spark when the four meet in the ring. #PPW270 was no different as the two teams met with not only the titles, but an immense amount of personal pride on the line. Up to their old tricks, Iniestra and Sem pulled out all the stops to try and retain their Tag Team Championships, routinely preventing José and Anakin from tagging each other in, but the tables turned on the champions when Anakin was finally able to make a much needed tag to José, bringing the fired up Guerrero warrior into the match where he and Anakin were able to turn the tables on the champions by isolating Sem from Iniestra, but unbeknownst to the challengers, Iniestra was able to tag himself into the match as Anakin and José double teamed Sem, not realizing he was no longer the legal man until the referee refused to count his shoulders down for a pin. However, adaptability have marked two previous title reigns for Anakin and José and they were able to turn their focus to Iniestra. With Sem now removed from the equation by José Anakin was able to cover Iniestra and, without Sem there to break up the pin, Anakin scored the three count on “El Mero Mero” to reclaim the PPW World Tag Team Championships for the third time!
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