Full match results from April 16, 2016 #PPW87 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL.
– SINGLES MATCH –
ULYSSES S. ADAMS (PPW DEBUT) DEF. THE EXECUTIONER VIA PIN FALL
In an impressive debut inside the Premier Studio, newcomer Ulysses S. Adams toppled the 300+ pound Executioner using good old fashioned American persistence and ingenuity. Just like the country he so proudly represents, Adams overcame the odds and walked away with a victory in his first outing in PPW.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE URBAN REBELLION” CUTTA CROSBY DEF. ZERO 4 (PPW DEBUT) VIA PIN FALL
Ulysses S. Adams wasn’t the only debut the Premier Planet witnessed tonight as yet another Zero emerged, bringing their numbers from three to four. Zero 4’s first appearance in PPW wouldn’t be an easy one, however, as he was tasked with facing “The Urban Rebellion” Cutta Crosby. Determined to make a statement, Zero 4 put on an impressive display of strength and martial arts prowess, but those skills were no match for Cutta’s experience and hard knock style and Cutta was able to leave his opponent with a disappointing loss.
– PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT MATCH (SPECIAL HANDICAP STIPULATION) –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. ZERO 1 & ZERO 2 VIA PIN FALL
After escaping from the Premier Studio a couple of weeks back, “Irish” Andy Anderson was finally reunited with his Premier family and he was let loose in the ring on Zeroes 1 & 2. Due to his partner, “The Science” Marcus Smith, not being able to make the taping, Andy went at it alone in a special handicap stipulation, but welcomed the opportunity to beat up two people instead of just one and that is precisely what he did. Not having tasted action in two weeks, Andy was too much even for the Zeroes’ combined force and Andy (and Marcus) advance one step further in the World Tag Team Championship tournament.
– FOUR WAY MATCH FOR THE PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON (C) DEF. CHASE GOSLING, MATT VINE, AND INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
After a continuous streak of outside interference which has polluted many of the recent world title matches here in PPW, it was decided that things would be settled in a daunting fatal four way match, pitting world champ Scott Colton against Matt Vine, Chase Gosling, and his friend and frequent tag team partner, Iniestra, who achieved number one contender status last week. With pages upon pages of history between the four, this contest was as much about gaining a moral victory as it was about earning the right to wear the gold. The name of the game in this one was endurance and, with only a one in four chance of victory, none of the participants would give an inch, pulling everything they could out of their respective arsenals. With the competitors pushing each other beyond exhaustion, the match went on for nearly a solid hour! It was anyone’s match to win, that is until all four men found themselves in the ring at the same time. It was then that Iniestra and Scott Colton executed a double roll up on Chase Gosling and Matt Vine. However, since Colton was the legal man, he was awarded the pin, successfully retaining his title. Once Vine and Gosling had left ringside, Iniestra Took a microphone and congratulated Colton on his win, but also declared it a fluke and challenged Colton to a rematch in one week. Premier CEO Randy Ricci approved and our main event has been set for next week! It will be Iniestra vs. Scott Colton in one-on-one action with the belt on the line!
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