SWWS/Kazoka Office Present Golden Wars - Night Two!! Mar 29, 2022 20:16:02 GMT
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SWWS & Kazoka Office Presents
Golden Wars - Night 2
Ramesses w/Kimberly Chase vs. Ryo Sakazaki w/Chris Slayton
The tale of two styles, Sakazaki tried early on to outsmart Ramesses. With both men so focused on the action, Ramesses did everything he could to make Sakazaki work for every headlock and hammerlock. The speed of the Sexual Titan shined while he frustrated Sakazaki with a series of hard dropkicks and an incredible suicide plancha that nearly sent both men over the rail. Sakazaki took over after dropping Ramesses onto the guard rail. The hard chops connected with ease, eventually wearing him down inside the ring. Ramesses made his comeback, stunning the crowd with the beautiful Hit Parade for a near fall. Chris Slayton got involved, but Kimberly Chase pulled him from the apron. Ramesses managed to deliver a springboard Shooting Star Press onto Slayton!! The end came, however, as Ramesses attempted the Platinum Press, but Sakazaki delivered a harsh DDT from the top rope, followed by a Guillotine Choke, using the bottom rope for extra leverage to score an eventual tap out victory in 19:33.
Winner: Ryo Sakazaki
Following the contest, The Rogue Horsemen joined Slayton and Sakazaki as they cornered Kimberly Chase. Mitchell Ryan and Alandra quickly made their way out, followed by Steve Clark. Slayton and his men slowly made their exit, celebrating the victory for Sakazaki.
SWWS Pacific Championship
Dr. Runa Olsen (Champion) vs. Lillie Saint (Challenger)
A friendly handshake started the contest, but the fierce competition began as soon as the two locked up. Olsen and Saint traded many holds in the early exchange to see who could gain the advantage. Every time Saint was able to gain the advantage, Olsen would aggressively find a way to shift the momentum. They traded hard chops in the corner, even leading to a series of hard kicks to the awe of the audience. Olsen gained the advantage again by countering Saint’s Steve Blackman Special into a Double X Wristclutch Suplex for a shocking nearfall. Saint worked her way back into the match, even delivering a Rofflestomp for another close call. When the time was up for Saint to go for the Deion Sanders Special, Amber Payne suddenly emerged by pushing her off of the top rope. Saint, distracted by Payne, avoids the Superkick from Olsen. Payne nearly trips up Saint again as she went for the Roundup, allowing Olsen to escape and deliver the Superkick to Saint for the victory in 12:39!!
Winner: Dr. Runa Olsen (Title Retained)
Amber Payne and her KAOS Stable made their way to the back, mocking Saint for the loss. Olsen stormed over to Saint, whispering something to her. The two made an agreement, shaking hands before Saint raised Olsen’s hand out of respect.
Pro Wrestling RUSH Jr. Heavyweight Championship
Touma Ito (Champion) vs. Pio Costa (Challenger)
Ever the showman, Touma Ito came out in a live performance of Phantom Of The Opera with a young lady. The elaborate entrance ended with Ito being handed the Jr. Heavyweight Championship by the lady. It was from here that the action truly began. Costa had the speed advantage, but the technical expertise of Ito was on full display. He dominated the mat with Costa being on the receiving end of innovative stretches. Costa stunned Ito with a flying back kick, followed by a springboard backflipping DDT for a mere two count. Ito was back on the attack, catching Costa with a series of incredible suplexes to be in full control of the contest. Costa went for a sunset flip, but fell victim to a spinover cross armbreaker that the Italian youngster fought with every fiber in his body. Ito nearly knocked out Costa with a series of hard kicks to the side of the head, but Costa fought back with a flying knee and a snapping DDT. Ito scouted the tight rope Shooting Star Press of Costa with an incredible second rope Death Valley Driver for a nearfall. It was Ito who went for his corkscrew Koppo Kick which was avoided by Costa, who delivered a stunning Oklahoma Roll for the victory in 16:23!!!
Winner: Pio Costa (New Champion!!)
In a shocking showing of respect, Costa and Ito shook hands and hugged in the middle of the ring. Costa, still in disbelief, had the title wrapped around his waist by Ito. Costa looked into the camera, holding the belt around his waist, stating “This is for you, amore mio. I love you.” before making his exit.
Kraken and Nicholas Gabriel were in the ring. Gabriel bragged about an easy win for Kraken at the Grand Prix, stating that everyone was afraid to face him. Banch Morgan showed up on screen, acknowledging that a lot of the roster is afraid to face Kraken, but he found one who will. As Morgan walks away, the Boiler Room door swings open with a gigantic hand slamming against the doorframe… IT’S SUPREME MACHINE!!!!
Kraken w/Nicholas Gabriel vs. Supreme Machine
Needless to say, Nicholas Gabriel got the hell out of dodge as soon as these two monsters were in the ring. Much to the dismay of the audience, Kraken laid into Supreme Machine with heavy punches that would normally knock out his opponent, but SuMa fought right back by returning with punches of his own. The two collided several times, but neither man would budge. The ring was much too small for these two as they found their way out into the ringside area. Kraken tried to powerbomb SuMa onto the apron, but it was the power of SuMa that dropped Kraken onto the steel flooring. Before we could even say that they were back in the ring, both men were brawling up to the stage. They nearly went backstage, but Kraken managed to deliver a running powerslam to Supreme Machine!! Nicholas Gabriel ran back out to cheer on his guy, but as soon as SuMa was back up, he quickly went backstage again. Kraken tried again for a powerbomb, but SuMa threw him into the set, catching him with a Throttle and Mask. Shockingly, Kraken was up within seconds despite the pain. Both men began to fight once again, this time moving up the steps to an elevated part of the stage. Nicholas Gabriel ran back out as soon as Kraken got the advantage, nearly applying his dreaded Full Nelson on SuMa. Things were looking grim for SuMa until he snapped the hands down to escape the hold! Kraken stumbled to the edge of the stage, taking a vicious tackle from SuMa that sent both men plummeting 30ft through the stage below them!!! Officials and crew quickly ran out to check on the damage, including Gabriel himself. Suddenly, the hand of SuMa grabbed the top of the carnage to pull himself out as the referee called off the match at 27:44.
Winner: Supreme Machine
Supreme Machine was slow to get to his feet, his upper body bloodied from the fall through the stage. Nicholas Gabriel quickly got around SuMa to climb into the carnage to check on Kraken. Things aren’t looking good for the monster. Supreme Machine gave an angered look to the audience to a chorus of cheers from the audience.
Lexi Gold vs. Veronica Taylor w/Marisol Vilaro
It wasn’t two monsters fighting, but the intensity was definitely there. Gold wanted to fight Vilaro, but Taylor attacked her from behind to kick off the war. Taylor’s offensive was cut short by Gold, catching her with a surprising boxing combination. Taylor managed to evade the Goldilock, hitting her directly in the throat with her thumb. She pounced on Gold, driving the thumb in several times over to damage Gold. Vilaro was cheering this on, watching as Gold struggled to gain any form of momentum. Taylor with some beautiful suplexes followed by theatrics to taunt the audience. Gold fought back after the onslaught, stopping Taylor’s momentum with a sudden Fool’s Gold, followed by the Lexiplex for a nearfall. Vilaro tried to get on the apron, but Gold scared her off quickly. Gold got onto the second rope to reach for Vilaro, but Taylor caught her with a reverse Death Valley Driver for another nearfall! Taylor taunted Gold, holding her for Vilaro to slap her, but Gold fought back again. She stunned Taylor with a Shotgun Dropkick and signaled for the Striking Gold. Vilaro tried to distract her, but Gold went for the move anyways, allowing Taylor to suddenly roll up Gold while reaching for Vilaro. The assist from Marisol Vilaro kept the leverage strong for the cheap win for Taylor in 9:22.
Winner: Veronica Taylor
Vilaro quickly got into the ring to lay some kicks into Gold. Taylor pulled up Gold, holding her for Vilaro to throw in some attacks. Gold kicked Vilaro away, and stunned Veronica Taylor with a charging knee strike to send both out of the ring! Gold noticed a protein shake in the corner that was meant for Taylor. She teases drinking it, but decided to throw the drink all over Taylor and Vilaro on the outside of the ring!! The crowd cheered on Gold who promised that she will ‘get those bitches’ next time she sees them.
KWDIAMONDS Speedstar Championship
Seiya (Champion) vs. Zane (Challenger)
Despite the elaborate entrances and respectful handshake at the beginning of the match, it was all business once the bell sounded. It was a blink and you miss it moment as the two were running all over the place with countered cradles, slams, and strikes. A missed axe kick from Zane led to a crucifix cradle from Seiya for a shocking near fall! Zane, realizing how game Seiya was, changed up her style to try and outwrestle the Champion. She slowed down the pace for the moment, catching a hurricanrana from Seiya to deliver a huge powerbomb! A wink and a nod to her husband, Zane followed up with a beautiful Stamp The Ticket, Man for a nearfall on a very game Seiya. Unable to capitalize on the Champion, Zane found herself on the receiving end of the Domina Effect, the beautiful Satellite DDT. Just when Seiya was ready to finish the match with the Sky Snapper, Zane suddenly caught her off guard by delivering the SC Zane Pop for the victory in 12:54!!
Winner: Zane (New Champion!!)
Disheartened by the defeat at the hands of Zane, Seiya sat on the canvas. The new Champion thought about helping her up, but decided to reach out with her fist. Seiya, even in the state of disappointment, returned the fist bump to Zane as the two hugged in the middle of the ring shortly thereafter.
Michael Bishop vs. Derek Trigg w/Keiko Maeda & Nicholas Gabriel
The stoic Bishop watched Trigg taunt him before the bell rang. As soon as it hit, however, Bishop immediately hyped himself up to fight. Trigg was taking his time before they even locked up, with Bishop outclassing him at every turn. Each time Trigg tried for anything, Bishop had an immediate answer. The rookie managed to avoid a hard kick to the head and quickly escaped the ring. Spitting at Bishop, Trigg found himself in a chase around the ringside area until reaching Nicholas Gabriel, who used Keiko Maeda as a human shield. Bishop stopped in his tracks instead of hitting her. He avoided the sneak attack by Trigg, but Gabriel managed to low blow Bishop! It was here that Trigg took advantage by bringing Bishop back into the ring. Bishop continued to fight against Trigg, but Trigg actually bit into the eye of Bishop!! Using this to his advantage in order to keep Bishop’s vision blurry, Trigg stunned Bishop with a Spiking Half Nelson DDT for a close call. Bishop fought back, stunning Trigg with a spinning backfist. They traded hard kicks and punches in the middle of the ring. A stiff headbutt from Bishop was responded in kind with a heavy headbutt from the Australian rookie! Both men were staggered, Trigg attempted a vicious overhand right hand, but Bishop managed to duck it and countered over with a Spear!! Bishop saw Trigg kneeling up, talking to him, and Trigg caught him with a hard uppercut!! The youngster tried for the Triggered, but the quick thinking veteran delivered a stunning kick to the nose of Trigg!! Bishop teased and delivered the Deadman Aeternum for the victory in 19:21!!
Winner: Michael Bishop
Keiko Maeda got into the ring to help Derek Trigg, Michael Bishop crouched down by the two. Nicholas Gabriel got into the ring, only to be pie faced by the Dreadknight. Bishop gave a hard slap on the chest of Trigg before giving a salute to the fans in Tokyo.
SWWS Paradigm Tag Team Championship
KAOS (Nikki Payne & Kylie Ravers) w/Amber Payne & Davina Knox (Champions) vs. Tammy Huynh & Nila Rich
Ravers and Huynh kicked off the match. Huynh impressed the Tokyo crowd early on with some beautiful arm drags and frustrating Ravers with two headlock takedowns. Amber Payne shouted at Ravers several times, pushing for Ravers to get a quick advantage and tag out to Nikki Payne. It was here that Payne had the quick advantage on Huynh, only for her to tag in Nila Rich as a result. The speed of Rich was on full display. A headscissors to Payne, then one to Ravers! Huynh was back in the ring, only to take a monkey flip from Rich which led to a forced 450 splash onto Payne, allowing Rich to go for the cover for a nearfall. Frustration was setting in for the Champions as Davina Knox tried to get involved. The ring was quickly cut off on Rich by Nikki Payne and Kylie Ravers, allowing them to work over the youngster. Tammy Huynh was thrown from the apron by Knox and Payne who worked over her while the referee was distracted. This brought out Runa Olsen and the Crimson Bouquet who stared down the taunting KAOS members. Rich struggled to get the momentum back, being blocked from the hot tag several times to Huynh. The outside KAOS members tried to interfere once again to stop Rich, but Olsen and Saint pulled them off the apron. A Triple Superkick connected on Payne and Knox to a huge reaction!! Unfortunately, despite Huynh’s attempted save for Rich, the end came with the youngster taking the Ugly Shot from Nikki Payne for the victory in 8:42!!
Winners: KAOS (Titles Retained)
KAOS thought they could get away with the victory, but the team of Olsen and the Crimson Bouquet joined Huynh and Rich to thwart any post match attack. Amber Payne taunted the five in the ring while her KAOS teammates pulled her along to make the exit.
SWWS World Heavyweight Championship
Theodor Pavel w/Misaki Pavel (Champion) vs. Spence Sanders (Challenger)
The Champion had a special entrance, joined by several warriors adorned in Roman Gladiator gear. Once the action started, Pavel and Sanders had a long series of back and forth moves to try and one up each other. Sanders got frustrated with the quick takedowns by Pavel, but avoided any submission attempt thrown his way by the Champion. Sanders countered a quick View of the Lights with a snapping neckbreaker to get a quick advantage on the Champion. From here, Sanders was able to slow down the contest by delivering backbreakers to target the back and side of Pavel. Pavel fought back with strikes, only for Sanders to stop him again with a series of knees to the kidneys of the Champion. Despite Pavel’s best efforts, he was caught up in the Area 51! The Champion tried to escape, but each time, Sanders was able to bring it back to the middle of the ring. Eventually, Pavel was able to escape into an inside cradle for a two count. Sanders was caught off guard, but still managed to stop Pavel with another backbreaker. Sanders used this to try for The Starkiller, but Pavel rolled through into one the loudest kicks to the chest that echoed throughout Tokyo! When he eventually hit the View of the Lights on Sanders, the challenger was able to put his foot on the ropes to break the count! Pavel took an uncharacteristic risk by going to the top rope, but Sanders caught him and delivered the X-Spence!!! After a slow recovery, Sanders went for the cover, but Pavel kicked out at 2.9!! A frustrated Sanders tried for a second X-Spence, but Pavel fought his way out, eventually catching him with a Six To Twelve Elbow to the jaw of Sanders, followed by the Cavakaze Deluxe for the victory in 25:02!!
Winner: Theodor Pavel (Still Champion)
After the brutal contest between the two, Theodor and Misaki posed for the audience. Baby Anya joined the Pavel family in the ring, allowing Theodor to lift the little spud onto his shoulders while Misaki held the SWWS World Heavyweight Title. Spence Sanders was slow to his feet, allowing Theodor to hand his daughter over to Misaki. The two went face to face, with Sanders saying how close he was to winning. Theodor acknowledged it, giving Sanders kudos for an amazing match. One can tell that these two have unfinished business.