Full match results from April 23, 2016 #PPW88 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL.
– SINGLES MATCH –
ULYSSES S. ADAMS DEF. ZERO 3 VIA PIN FALL
After scoring a win in his debut last week, Ulysses S. Adams looked to continue the momentum as he squared off against Zero 3 in one-on-one action. Though it appeared on a few occasions that Zero 3’s martial arts expertise might overwhelm the American hero, Adams overcame the onslaught and regained the upper hand, putting Zero 3 away with a powerful leg drop.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“THE URBAN REBELLION” CUTTA CROSBY DEF. “THE INCREDIBLE” ATLAS J. HORN VIA PIN FALL
After Atlas made an example of Cutta three weeks ago, Cutta was out for revenge and he got his opportunity at it. Despite giving up over 100 pounds to Atlas, Cutta’s heart was on full display and he was able to use Atlas’s size against him and rolled him up for the 1, 2, 3. Unfortunately, Atlas has never been known to be gracious in defeat and he hit Cutta with a devastating slam in the middle of the ring to gain the last laugh…for now at least.
– PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT MATCH –
“THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH & “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE & “TEXAS” PETE VIA PIN FALL
Marcus Smith and Andy Anderson weren’t the only odd couple in the Premier Studio tonight. Through the random drawing process which determines who will be paired with whom in the tournament, Matt Vine was drawn to team with crowd favorite, “Texas” Pete, making for a very interesting matchup to say the least. With both teams loathing their respective partners, the match took on more of an every-man-for-himself vibe as each participant fought to simply survive and avoid being the one eliminated from the tournament. Vine attempted to gain a cheap victory when he found himself with an advantage over Andy by using the ropes for leverage while he had Andy in a pinning predicament, but he couldn’t dodge the referee’s eagle eye who stopped the count unbeknownst to Vine who proceeded to celebrate what he thought was a victory. His showboating cost him dearly when Andy regained his composure and turned the tables on Vine, using the ropes for leverage and scoring a pin fall, moving himself and Marcus Smith one step closer to the PPW World Tag Team Championships and eliminating Vine in the process. Fortunately for “Texas” Pete, he is still in the tournament, but must now randomly draw a new partner.
– SINGLES MATCH –
CHASE GOSLING DEF. LA MAGIA MASCARA VIA PIN FALL
After being on a roll since his debut in PPW a number of weeks ago, La Magia Mascara (“The Magic Mask”) faced perhaps his toughest competition yet when he stepped into the ring against the increasingly eccentric Chase Gosling. Thanks to his experience advantage, Chase controlled the pace for most of the matchup, but had a difficult time focusing on the task at hand due to being constantly distracted by the Premier Planet which gave his opponent a few needed openings. However, Chase managed to regain his composure long enough to roll La Magia Mascara up into a pin and hand him his first loss here in PPW.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
INIESTRA VS. “THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON (C) RULED A NO CONTEST DUE TO OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE (COLTON RETAINS)
With everything on the line, friendship was put aside as Scott Colton defended his title against Woodstock’s own Iniestra in what was an incredible display of arial innovation and offense and mat technique. The two’s familiarity with each other made this either man’s ballgame and both brought every ounce of heart and soul they could muster to earn the right to wear the gold, both gaining several very close calls in the process. Unfortunately, Matt Vine and Chase Gosling decided to stick their noses where they didn’t belong and forced the referee to throw the match out, ruining what was an incredible contest. Premier CEO, Randy Ricci, finally had his fill of the main events in PPW being continually wrecked and came to ringside to dish out justice. First, he has suspended Chase Gosling for one week. Matt Vine, however, won’t get off so easy, because Randy declared that, next week, he will go toe-to-toe with his old rival, “Irish” Andy Anderson. To make up for not having a winner tonight, Randy also announced that Scott Colton and Iniestra will face off again for the title in a rematch. If it’s anything like their match tonight, it’s going to be very exciting and you will not want to miss it!
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