Full match results from July 9, 2016 #PPW99 taping at Premier Pro Wrestling studios in Woodstock, IL and Post Show Wrap Up with Justin Barlow.
– SINGLES MATCH –
“IRISH” ANDY ANDERSON DEF. KIM CHEE VIA SUBMISSION
After being put on the shelf by Ronny Metro two weeks ago, Andy Anderson returned to action and was looking to vent his frustration. Kim Che, many might say, drew the short straw by being sent to the ring as Andy’s opponent. Kim Che seemed to show no fear, however, as he refused to be shown up by the “Irish mutt,” but Andy’s experience and need to fight were too much for the masked man from the Dark Continent and Andy walked away with a victory via submission with a cross arm breaker.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP #1 CONTENDERS MATCH –
“THE HUMAN VIDEO GAME” SCOTT COLTON VS. INIESTRA ENDS IN A DOUBLE COUNT OUT
After a half hour couldn’t contain the two last week, Premier CEO Randy Ricci granted “ya boys” a rematch, this time with an extra fifteen minutes added to the time limit, giving the two forty five minutes to work with. Again, Colton and Iniestra had what many might consider the match of the night, taking the breath out of the Premier Planet on more than a few occasions with a combined arsenal of arial and mat technique. As the clock ticked down, eventually the two found themselves with less than ten minutes left to seal the deal. Despite the absolute exhaustion, the two put everything they had into one last offense. While on the apron, the two traded blows until knocking each other to the floor where, to the shock of the Premier Planet, neither had enough left in the tank to answer the referee’s ten count and the match was ruled a double count out. Having been watching the entire time from the back, Randy Ricci commended Colton and Iniestra on another job well done and announced that next week at PPW 100 the two will battle again!
– SINGLES MATCH –
RONNY METRO DEF. “THE LOVE MACHINE” MATT LONGTIME VIA PIN FALL
Seeming to grow more vicious by the week, Ronny Metro has been plowing through the competition on his way back to the top of PPW, taking out Andy Anderson and “Texas” Pete in back-to-back weeks. This time, Ronny faced off against the Chicago wrestling veteran, Matt Longtime, who made it his mission to take Ronny to wrestling school and that is precisely what he did for the majority of the match, but Ronny, sly as ever, managed to catch Longtime off guard and put the veteran away with a Famouser. History once again repeated itself as Ronny — not content with merely beating his opponent — began an all-out assault on Longtime, putting the boots to him and delivering a crushing splash from the top rope. As Ronny was setting up for a follow-up splash, however, karma appeared in the form of “Irish” Andy Anderson who had to miss a week of action thanks to the same type of assault committed on him two weeks prior. Andy put himself between Ronny and Longtime, giving Longtime enough time to get clear of the ring, after which Andy then chased off Ronny, gaining a measure of revenge.
– PPW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH –
CHASE GOSLING (C) DEF. “THE WORLD EXCLUSIVE” MATT VINE VIA DISQUALIFICATION
Coming up just short last week and losing via count out, Matt Vine was granted another opportunity at Chase Gosling and the PPW World Heavyweight Championship. In a match where endurance became the name of the game, both competitors traded the offense with a barrage of power moves and mat technique. Somehow, Chase managed to, once again, utilize his mind games and lured Vine into a trap. Feigning an injury, Chase was able to get into Vine’s head enough to get him to unleash a fury while Chase was in the ropes. When the referee attempted to separate Vine from Chase, Vine shoved the referee down, leading to a disqualification victory for the champ. Having exhausted two back-to-back attempts at the title, Vine was informed by CEO Randy Ricci that he would not be granted another opportunity. He will, however, get another shot at becoming #1 contender when he steps into the ring against Iniestra and the former champ, Scott Colton, in a triple threat match!
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