Full match results from May 21, 2016 #PPW92 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Facebook Live Post Show with Justin Barlow.
– TAG TEAM MATCH –
ULYSSES S. ADAMS & “IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. ZERO 1 & THE EXECUTIONER VIA PIN FALL
After saving Ulysses S. Adams from a 2-on-1 assault at the hands of Zero 1 & Zero 3 last week, Andy Anderson demanded a tag team match between the four. Unfortunately, Zero 3 got on the wrong plane and, instead of landing in Milwaukee, landed in Minneapolis instead and was unable to make it to the Premier Studio. In his place, however, was put the 300 plus pound Executioner, turning Zero 1’s fortunes to the better and the two dominated the majority of the matchup, but Adams and Andy, not wanting to let their country and adopted country respectively down, put everything they had into regaining the advantage and put their opponents away with a thunderous double leg drop.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“TEXAS” PETE DEF. “THE URBAN REBELLION” CUTTA CROSBY VIA PIN FALL
The “Best Friends Express,” as “Texas” Pete has dubbed them (much to Cutta’s chagrin), tangled one-on-one inside the Premier Studio. In a battle of polar opposites, Pete put his eccentric in-ring style up against Cutta’s hard knock fighting style and street smarts. In what was practically a stalemate throughout, both men gained and lost the upper hand on several occasions, but after Cutta spun himself and Pete into dizziness with an airplane spin, Pete used the opportunity to roll Cutta up and seize the victory.
– LUMBERJACK MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. “THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH VIA COUNT OUT
After fleeing their one-on-one match one week ago, Marcus Smith found himself with nowhere to run when he faced his longtime rival / tag team partner, Andy Anderson, with the Premier roster surrounding the ring. With no other option but to fight, the two dueled as if their lives depended on it, knowing that a large amount of pride was at stake. The odds turned against Marcus, however, when he found himself on the outside where he was quickly enveloped in the sea of humanity and chaos ensued, leading to Marcus being counted out and giving Andy another victory for the evening, making him 2-for-3 with one to go.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP NUMBER ONE CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE DEF. INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
After losing his chance at the PPW World Heavyweight Championship last week, Matt Vine challenged Iniestra to a rematch and, despite having nothing to gain and everything to lose, Iniestra gladly accepted the challenge, seeing it as an opportunity to embarrass Vine two weeks in a row. Iniestra may have bitten off more than he could chew, however, as Vine, seemingly holding Iniestra’s trunks out of view of the referee, was able to score the pin and take the number one contendership away from him. Enraged, Iniestra grabbed a microphone and insisted that, since he had granted Vine a rematch the week before, Vine owed him. After several minutes of stalling, Vine finally accepted and attempted to leave, but master of ceremonies Justin Barlow reminded Vine that the stipulation of him being granted his rematch with Iniestra was that he and Iniestra would now have to team up in the World Tag Team Championship lottery tournament, a stipulation neither was too thrilled about.
– PPW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP LOTTERY TOURNAMENT MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON & “THE SCIENCE” MARCUS SMITH DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE & INIESTRA VIA PIN FALL
In arguably the oddest mashup of teams so far in the tournament, Matt Vine and Iniestra were forced to team up against the equally opposite yet effective tandem of Andy Anderson and Marcus Smith who had, just two matches prior, pummeled each other in a lumberjack match. With the bizarre pairings, it seemed as though the wrestlers kept forgetting whose side was whose and, in the haze of it all, Andy Anderson seized the opportunity to roll up Vine, bringing him and Marcus yet another tournament victory,
bringing his own record for the evening to 3-0, and eliminating Vine from the tournament.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON (C) DEF. CHASE GOSLING VIA PIN FALL
After being left in a heap in the middle of the ring one week ago courtesy of Chase Gosling, Scott Colton was out for revenge. Despite giving up nearly 100 pounds to his opponent, Colton gained his revenge by putting Gosling away two weeks in a row, proving that lightning can strike twice, but not just for the champ. As Colton celebrated, Chase ran back into the ring and, like deja vu, hit Colton from behind and beat him down, leaving him laying in the middle of the ring. After finally making it back to his feet, Colton screamed Chase’s name and demanded to get another match which was granted and the two will battle again this coming Saturday.
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