Full match results from October 12, 2019 #PPW272 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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**EIGHT MAN TAG TEAM ELIMINATION MATCH TO CROWN A NEW #1 CONTENDER TO THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP**
WOLFMAN HUCK, NOT BAD CHAD, “THE BONE DAWG” BRYCE AKERS, & THE AMERICAN BEARD DEF. “MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING, PANCHO, CONNOR CORR, & ZERO 1 BY WAY OF COUNT OUT
Anakin may have won his way into the main event of #PPW272 by defeating three other men in a four corners match at #PPW271, but his win left a vacancy in the number one contenders picture and the question was now, who would become the next in line to challenge the champion for the gold? The answer to that question would be decided in an eight man tag team elimination match that would see the last man standing become the new number one contender. It would be the team of Chase Gosling, Connor Corr, Zero 1, and Pancho taking on the team of Bryce Akers, Not Bad Chad, The American Beard, and the 360lb. Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck. Despite the clash of styles on both sides, Chase’s team proved dominant through most of the contest, eliminating the opposition one by one until just Huck remained, but once the big man entered the match, the tide swiftly turned as he single handedly eliminated Pancho, Zero 1, and Connor from the match, leaving only him and Chase to decide who would earn the title shot, but in a shocking turn of events, Chase, a former three-time PPW World Heavyweight Champion, exited the ring and walked back through the curtain to the locker room, resulting in him being counted out and this left Wolfman Huck to claim the prize. Huck was now in position to claim the top prize in PPW, but the question was, with the impending title match between Matt Vine and Anakin still looming, who would he have to go through to reach the top of the mountain?
**TAG TEAM MATCH**
“EL MERO MERO” INIESTRA & “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI DEF. TIM CASTLE & D’MARCEO BY WAY OF PIN FALL
After losing the PPW World Tag Team Championships and coming up short in the hunt for the number one contendership to the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, Iniestra and Semsei were looking for a way to get back on track in the tag team division when they squared off against Premier Academy standouts Tim Castle and D’Marceo and, despite the heart and tenacity of their opponents, Iniestra and Semsei, showed why they’re not down and out as a tag team by isolating Tim from D’Marceo to deliver a double team maneuver and score the pin fall.
JOSÉ ACOSTA DEF. ULTIMO LEÓN BY WAY OF PIN FALL
While his tag team partner, Anakin, was headed to the main event to challenge for the PPW World Heavyweight Championship, José Acosta was given his own opportunity to shine when he went one-on-one against the Premier Academy’s Ultimo León who put up an impressive fight against the reigning Tag Team Champion, but José would not be stopped as he defeated León with a split-legged moonsault off the top rope for the 1-2-3.
**PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
“THE MODERN DAY GLADIATOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE (C) VS. ANAKIN ENDS IN A TIME LIMIT DRAW
With a tremendous amount of momentum behind him after regaining the PPW World Tag Team Championships with his partner, José Acosta, at #PPW270 and outlasting three other men in a four corners match to win his opportunity at the PPW World Heavyweight Championship just one week later, young Anakin entered the main event, ready to dethrone the reigning champion, Matt Vine, and become the top dog in Premier Pro Wrestling for the very first time. The champion, however, seemed unfazed by the threat to his title as he proudly gloated that he was the reason for Premier Pro Wrestling’s increasing dominance in the social media world and seemed poised to crash Anakin’s dreams when he scored the first fall after a piledriver that drove Anakin’s head directly into the mat, but Anakin regrouped and managed to deliver three sliced bread style maneuvers to the champion before pinning him and tying the score in the second fall. By the time the third fall began, the match had already weathered on into forty minutes. Seeing their window for victory closing, both men threw everything they had at the other, but to no avail as their attempts to suppress one another were met with enough resistance to keep the match going. As the minutes and seconds ticked away, the action became even more intense as the two exchanged fast-paced attempts at pin falls and submissions, yet neither could be kept down and, after one solid hour of pushing each other to the absolute limit, the time limit ran out, leaving the match a draw and seeing Matt Vine retain the title due to the circumstances. However, Premier C.O.O. Randy Ricci, impressed with the performance of both competitors, publicly praised both men for their efforts and showcase of heart and guaranteed that Anakin will be given another opportunity at the gold at a future date.
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