Full match results from October 5, 2019 #PPW271 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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**2-ON-1 HANDICAP MATCH**
WOLFMAN HUCK DEF. ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 (W/ CONNOR CORR) BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Numbers were the deciding factor in the clash between Connor Corr’s Zeroes and the Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck, but it wouldn’t be the two-on-one numbers of the Zeroes that carried the day. Instead, it would be the three hundred plus pound frame of Huck that seized victory as he mowed through the Zeroes, despite some attempted outside assistance from Connor, and put an emphatic close to the encounter by stacking the Zeroes on top of each other and taking a relaxing sit on top of them for the pin.
“THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI DEF. TIM CASTLE BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Before competing in an intense four way clash to determine a new number one contender to the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, the now former World Tag Team Champions, Semsei and Iniestra, would compete in singles matches against two of the Premier Academy’s top standouts. First up would be Sem taking on Tim Castle who, despite still seeking his first win in PPW, has been making waves around the Premier Planet. However, those waves weren’t enough to carry Tim to the shores of victory and his hopes of gaining his first win were capsized with a swinging neck breaker through the ropes, courtesy of the American Ninja Warrior season 11 finalist.
“EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA DEF. D’MARCEO BY WAY OF PIN FALL
With Sem picking up a win, it was now Iniestra’s turn to try and make the self-proclaimed “special people” 2-0 before entering their four corners number one contenders match against their ongoing rivals, Anakin and José Acosta, later in the night, but in Iniestra’s way was a young man who made the Premier Planet take notice just one week prior when he very nearly took the PPW Championship from Matt Vine in a five-on-one encounter, D’Marceo. D’Marceo would being the same fortitude and intensity to this match as he has his match with Vine the week before, but Iniestra’s combination of agility and experience enabled him to capitalize on a crucial opening to deliver an Iniestra bomb for the win.
**TAG TEAM MATCH**
“THE BONE DAWG” BRYCE AKERS & ULTIMO LEÓN DEF. PANCHO & CONNOR CORR BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Showing little regard for the opinions of the Premier Planet since aligning himself with Iniestra and Semsei, Pancho took to the ring at #PPW271 where he teamed up with another competitor who cares little for the opinions of the Premier Planet, Connor Corr. Opposing them, however, would be the formidable team of “The Bone Dawg” Bryce Akers and Ultimo León who have both proven themselves to be two rising star to watch in PPW. For a while, it would be Connor and Pancho who held the advantage, but a missed high risk offense resulted in Pancho insuring his knee at which point he was ejected from the ring by Ultimo León which allowed Bryce the opening he needed to roll up Connor for the pin fall.
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING DEF. SLICK WILLY BY WAY OF DISQUALIFICATION
After bullying the referee into counting out his scheduled opponent at #PPW270, Slick Willy, who wasn’t even in the Premier Studio due to a personal issue, Chase Gosling was feeling pretty confident heading into their match at #PPW271, but Willy, looking to make a statement against “Mr. Electricity,” took the fight to Chase before the match could officially get underway and the two brawled around the ringside area for several minutes before finally getting into the ring where the match could officially begin, but there was no decrease to the animosity that was on display between the two as they battled from the proverbial pillar to post, both trying to gain the upper hand over the other until “The Bone Dawg” Bryce Akers, looking for payback of his own against Chase, ran in with a steel chair and struck Chase, forcing the referee to rule the match a disqualification in Chase’s favor. Chase, however, would not be satisfied with besting Willy in such a manner and has now challenged both men to a triple threat match at #PPW272 where all three will seek to prove who is the best among them.
NOT BAD CHAD DEF. WRESTLING ANDY BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Former mentor met former protégé when Wrestling Andy took on PPW’s favorite party animal, Not Bad Chad. Having instructed Chad in the ways of wrestling (and dancing) once upon a time, Andy was certain that his former student would be no match for his experience, but was in for a surprise when Chad evaded an Andy-bomb in the corner and successfully rolled Andy up for the 1-2-3. Andy though, furious at the upset, sent a message to his former protégé by attacking him after the bell and leaving him in a heap in the ring.
**PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
“THE MODERN DAY GLADIATOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE (C) VS. “DEATHPROOF” JAY HARRIS THROWN OUT (VINE RETAINS)
He has survived nearly one year atop Premier Pro Wrestling as champion. He has bested the best of the best and defied the odds to become the only five-time champion in PPW history. However, at #PPW271, PPW World Heavyweight Champion, Matt Vine, faced perhaps his biggest challenge to date when he stepped into the ring against a super heavyweight who, if his size alone weren’t enough to present the champion with a grave challenge, wrestled a gun away from an attacker outside of a nightclub and took four bullets in the process just one year prior and lived to tell the tale. That man’s name was Jay Harris who carries the very fitting monicker of being called “deathproof.” With such a challenger in front of him, Matt pulled out all the stops to try and gain an advantage, but both men were left at a disadvantage coming out of the first fall where Matt pulled the referee in front of him to use as a cushion against a corner splash from Jay. This caused the first fall to be thrown out and now nothing could be left to chance as both men would have to score consecutive falls in order to leave with the title. A new referee was sent in to continue the match, but he too was then brought too close to the action and injured in the heat of battle. With two referees taken down, it was ruled that the match would be thrown out, meaning that Matt Vine remains PPW World Heavyweight Champion, but Premier C.O.O. Randy Ricci issued an open invitation to Jay and, because of the circumstances, guaranteed Jay a rematch for the title on a night of his choosing.
**FOUR CORNERS MATCH TO CROWN A NEW #1 CONTENDER TO THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP**
ANAKIN DEF. “EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA, “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI, AND JOSÉ ACOSTA BY WAY OF COUNT OUT
With the PPW World Tag Team Championships now back on their shoulders, the new champs, Anakin and José Acosta were once again at the top of PPW’s tag team division, but just one week after regaining the gold, their friendship would be put to the test along with that of the former champs, Iniestra and Semsei, when all four men competed in a four corners match to crown the next in line to face Matt Vine for the PPW World Heavyweight Championship. In an every-man-for-himself environment with such high stakes, neither side hesitated to take the fight to their respective partners as personal feelings gave way to professional ambitions, but it would be those ambitions that would get the better of three of the four men as all four took the fight outside the ring at which point the referee began the ten count, very nearly counting all four men out, but at the last second (quite literally), Anakin was able to roll back into the ring under the bottom rope and beat the ten count, winning his place as the new number one contender to the PPW World Heavyweight Championship!
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