Full match results from November 2, 2019 #PPW275 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
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**FOUR CORNERS TAG TEAM ELIMINATION MATCH FOR THE #1 CONTENDERSHIP TO THE PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP**
“MR. ELECTRICITY” CHASE GOSLING & WOLFMAN HUCK DEF. ULTIMO LEÓN & NOT BAD CHAD, D’MARCEO & TIM CASTLE, AND ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 BY WAY OF PIN FALL
Despite working through their differences as a team at #PPW274 and winning an opportunity to face Anakin and José Acosta for the PPW World Tag Team Championships, Chase Gosling and Wolfman Huck were put in a precarious situation when Chase let his mouth get the better of him and landed him and Huck in a four corners elimination match against three other teams looking for their opportunity at the titles. The other three teams consisted of Premier Academy standouts D’Marceo and Tim Castle, Ultimo León and Not Bad Chad, and Zero 1 and Zero 2 accompanied to the ring by Connor Corr. In a match where teamwork and timing counted for everything, who would be the last team standing and earn a shot at the top prize in PPW’s tag team division? After a first round that lasted nearly twenty minutes with no eliminations, it would be the teamwork of Not Bad Chad and Ultimo León that sent the Zeroes packing. It would then be Tim Castle and D’Marceo who found themselves at the mercy of Chase and Huck as the three hundred and sixty pound Huck dropped a splash on D’Marceo for the second elimination. It came down to Chase and Huck against Chad and Ultimo León and the two teams fought tooth and nail to earn their opportunity at the Tag Team Championships, but only one team could walk away the victors. As Ultimo León and Chad attempted to send Chase and Huck on a collision course, their attempt was reversed, sending their opponents crashing into one another at which point Chase picked up the pin to secure his and Huck’s opportunity at Anakin, José Acosta, and the PPW World Tag Team Championships.
PANCHO VS. JOSÉ ACOSTA ENDS IN A TIME LIMIT DRAW
With their bad blood far from settled, Pancho and one half of the PPW World Tag Team Champions, José Acosta, took to the battlefield inside the PPW ring to see who could prove himself over the other, but their mutual animosity and refusal to give in to the other kept both men in the match and neither could score a decision before the time limit expired, leaving no winner and the tension between the two still unresolved. However, José will now have to put his feud with Pancho on the back burner as he, along with his brother in arms, Anakin, prepares to defend the PPW World Tag Team Championships against the three time PPW World Heavyweight Champion and multiple time Tag Team Champion, Chase Gosling, and the three hundred and sixty pound Alaskan wild man, Wolfman Huck.
CONNOR CORR DEF. THE FLYING PHOENIX BY WAY OF PIN FALL
In an exhibition match, Connor Corr brimmed with the confidence he has become known for as he went toe-to-toe with a newer talent from the Premier Academy, The Flying Phoenix, whose hopes of a victory over the self-proclaimed favorite son of McHenry County were dashed when Connor rolled him up and stole a victory thanks to a handful of tights.
**PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH**
“THE MODERN DAY GLADIATOR” “VINEACUS” MATT VINE DEF. “THE AMERICAN NINJA WARRIOR” SEMSEI BY WAY OF PIN FALL TO RETAIN
After falling out with his tag team partner, Iniestra, who he defeated at #PPW274 to earn an opportunity at the richest prize in Premier Pro Wrestling, Semsei was on his own as he stepped into the ring to face the longest reigning PPW World Heavyweight Champion in company history, Matt Vine, who celebrated one full year as champion just one day after #PPW274 when he retained his title against Anakin and the returning “Human Video Game” Scott Colton in a grueling first-to-two-falls triple threat match. Many thought the issues with Iniestra might be in the forefront of Sem’s mind going into the main event of #PPW275, but those issues did not seem to cloud Sem’s mindset in the least as the American Ninja Warrior finalist took the fight to the champion and put him on the defensive early on and, as the champion began to regain steam, he was caught off guard with a thunderous powerslam from Sem which enabled Sem to pin the champion and score the critical first fall. However, as Sem attempted to deliver some arial offense, he was met with an equally thunderous powerslam from the champion which allowed Matt to tie the score at one fall a piece. With the score even, the match now entered sudden death where the challenger came within striking distance of claiming the championship, but when Sem attempted to put the champion away with a swinging neck breaker, Matt countered and delivered a neck breaker of his own and covered Sem for the third and final fall. However, the referee failed to notice that Sem’s foot had reached to the bottom rope before the three count was made, putting a controversial ending to the main event and leaving many to wonder if the circumstances could have been different if the referee had seen Sem’s foot on the rope. Nevertheless, Matt Vine remains PPW World Heavyweight Champion for one more week, extending his already record smashing fifth reign into its second year, but another opportunity awaits Sem this coming Saturday when he will be a participant in the inaugural King Kong Bundy Memorial Tournament where the winner will receive a chance to face Matt Vine for the title and there is a chance that Sem may have the opportunity to prove himself over the champion in the tournament, because Matt Vine has also been entered.
BUY TICKETS for #PPW276 Saturday, November 9th, 7:30pm belltime, 1230 Davis Road in Woodstock, IL.