PWI:BWP WORLD CATCHWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
‘The Juice’ CJ Banks (c) Vs The Babyface Pitbull
The opening bout of the evening was for the big one as current Champion CJ Banks squared off with former Champ the Pitbull in what was set to be a classic encounter until both Superstars were visciously attacked by The Brand before a winner could be determind. The Brand took out both Champion and Challenger before informing the crowd that they were once again taking over the evenings proceedings and would be taking the charity proceeds with them! BWP Owner Steve Saxon took clear exception to these actions as he put The Brand in a BWP Tag Team Championship Match later that night against none other than the two men they had just attacked – CJ Banks and The Babyface Pitbull!! Saxon also stated that in the interest of fairness, he would appoint a Special Guest Referee who would be impartial, fair and would not be afraid to ‘slap the smirks from off The Brands faces if they stepped out of line’ – that Special Guest Referee, was himself – Steve Saxon!! The Brand were left seething, and Banks and Pitbull were left a little beat up and even more so confused.
Steve Saxon also announced that Pitbull and Banks would get their opportunity to finish their fight on Saturday 03 March at BWP Fight Night as it would be The Babyface Pitbull Vs CJ Banks in a PWI:BWP World Catchweight Championship rematch!
Winner of the Match: No Contest – therefore still PWI:BWP World Catchweight Champion ‘The Juice’ CJ Banks
Dean MacManus Vs ‘Classic’ Ciaran McConnell
Seeking retaliation for his tag team partners injury at the hands of The Brands Dean MacManus several months ago, Ciaran McConnell took it to the big man with the army of fans behind him. Dean MacManus is no easy task for any man though, and on a couple of occassions looked to have the victory clenched, until a mistake from Dean allowed the Classic one to quickly, and cleverly, lock in the figure 4 leg lock to his nemesis forcing MacManus to utter those words ‘I quit’.
Winner of this Match: ‘Classic’ Ciaran McConnnell
BWP ROOKIE DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
Craig Winters (c) Vs Marc Morgan
The ‘Ultra Violent’ Craig Winters defended his Rookie Division Championship against the debuting Marc Morgan who put on an impressive display of speed, agility and guts against the down and out tramp that is Craig Winters. Morgan battle through the stench of Ultra Violence and put the Champ on his back on numerous occasions, even threatening Winters to the point that he thought that he was losing grip of his prescious Championship belt – and ended the match on his terms, with a stiff running kick to the balls of Marc Morgan – intentionally carried out in front of referee Des Robinson who immediately disqualified the Rookie Champion, meaning that he retained the title and was about to leave Saltney Tavern a happy man – until Steve Saxon made an apperance once again – not a happy Owner at all! Saxon declared that he was ‘sick and tired’ of Winters attitude as of late, and he would not allow this controversy to continue – Saxon then apologised to the referee for over ruling his DQ decision, because Saxon then ordered the match to restart as a No Holds Barred match!
An irate Craig Winters and his valet Stacey Rose dragged themselves back to the ring – Winters heckled the BWP Owner before laying out Marc Morgan with the Rookie Division Championship belt as a reluctant Des Robinson made the 3 count! Craig Winters laughed in the face of Steve Saxon and prepared to make his way back to the locker room – but a seething Steve Saxon was not going to have ‘that kind of scum’ in his locker room, and kicked Winters and Rose out of the front door of Saltney Tavern to the freezing Welsh weather!
The Winner of the Match: Craig Winters – still BWP Rookie Division Champion
Zack Gibson Vs Joey Starr
This match was everything it was expected to be on paper, and some! Joey Starr and Zack Gibson are without a doubt two of the best Wrestlers in Britain at the moment, both with big futures in this business. They locked up together with more or less equal stats and records and they gave the live crowd their money’s worth of action in their match alone! Back and forth, hard hitting, adrenaline fueled action throughout – Joey had the Saltney crowd behind him from the offset as Gibson paraded to the ring to the sounds of You’ll Never Walk Alone, clad in his Liverpool FC attire – making it known to the majority of Man Utd fans present that he was overjoyed with the earlier football result between the two Northern teams (Liverpool beat Man Utd 2-1).
Although Joey’s efforts were admirable and hard fought, they were not enough to keep down Zack Gibson who managed to hit his patented ‘Soccer Kick’ to Starr’s face for the 1-2-3.
The Winner of the Match: Zack Gibson
BWP TAG TEAM No1 CONTENDERS MATCH
Jim ‘The Metal’ King & Immortal Yidster Vs The Wild Boys
Best friends Jim ‘The Meta’ King and The Immortal Yidster set to go 2-on-2 against The Wild Boys – but before the wrestling action went down, Yidster had a challenge for his opponents, in the form of a dance off! The Saltney crowd cheered, applauded and laughed at the not so smooth moves that the Immortal one pulled out of the bag – and I think that every single person in the venue were gobsmacked by the double-act dance moves from The Wild Boys, clearly not the first time that they had been in that position!
When the match finally started the vast experience of tag team wrestling immediately gave Dylan Roberts and Danny Valentine the upper hand and they made a number of quick tags back and forth to stay on top of Yidster and King. Then, as Jim King seemed to have control of the match having taken down both Wild Boys with a series of lethal knee and kick strikes, there seemed to be a little miscommunication between Yidster and Jim King as King hit the ropes to perform his final Mafia Kick finish, Yidster was on the outside apron and both fan favourites clashed heads – sending Yidster flying to the venue floor and took the wind out of the sails of The Metal long enough for the Wild Boys to take advantage and get a sneaky 3 count for the win!
Following the match King and Yidster were seen to be having words in the ring as The Wild Boys strutted their stuff back to the locker room. As all seemed to be sorted and forgiven between the Immortal Yidster and his best friend Jim King, The Metal delivered a knock out mafia kick to Yidster, ripped his yellow vest off him and screamed in his face that ‘I do not wear your stupid clothes or come to the ring to your stupid music’ – the shocked fans and BWP crew members looked on completely stunned as Jim removed his trademark Captain armband and rammed it into his apparently former best friends face as he left the ring to a chorus of boo’s and hiss’s.
Winners of the Match: The Wild Boys
BWP TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH
The Brand (c) Vs CJ Banks & The Babyface Pitbull
Special Guest Referee: Steve Saxon
In a match that Steve Saxon set at the opening of the evening, CJ Banks and Babyface Pitbull were forced to try and forget their differences for a short time to try and take down The Brand and ‘bring home the gold’ as Saxon stated. The Brand could not be prepared for a match of this calibre, having to defend their titles against two of the purest and finest wrestlers in Great Britain today, The Brand must have laid their hopes on Pitbull and Banks crumbling from within. Another upset before the bell was rung was that Steve Saxon ordered ‘the little skank’ Stacey Rose to be banned from ringside along with all other Brand members – as the chant of ‘skank’ echoed the through the venue, Miss Rose fled Saltney leaving her Tag Team Champions looking rather annoyed.
The Brand worked as a close unit as always, zoning in on their opponents and keeping them grounded – as best as they could on this instance – CJ Banks and Pitbull, although on the same team were far from on the same page. They blind tagged each other in and out of the ring throughout the entire match, visually and audibly taunting each other as they set to trying to bring down the mighty Brand combo. The Brand took advantage of the fact that CJ Banks and Babyface Pitbull could not, or would not, work together – individually both fighters tried to take down The Brand – a task that is near impossible for any individual man, slowly The Brand picked away at their opponents … until a arrogant Cyanide took his eye off the ball for a split second as he prepared to hit a Toxic-Bomb on Pitbull from the middle rope – Pitbull siezed this window of opportunity and locked Cyanide into a earth moving powerbomb!! The ring shook as the 25 stone Tag Team Champion crashed down upon it, the fans were going crazy for Pitbull to make the winning pin – but then out of knowehere CJ Banks hit his running knee finisher on his tag team partner and at the same time landing on top of Cyanide in a senton splash – with Pitbull thrust to the outside and DJ King laid out on the venue floor all that was remaining to do was for Des Robinson to hit the 1-2-3 count!!! The PWI:BWP World Catchweight Champion CJ Banks and the 2011 Wrestler of the Year The Babyface Pitbull are the NEW BWP Tag Team Champions in an amazing twist of fate!!!
CJ Banks grabbed his newly won Tag Team Championship title, along with his Catchweight title and left his tag team partner in the ring a little upset over what CJ had done to him, but non-the-less happy to once again be holding BWP gold! It will be interesting to see the Tag Team Champions battle it out once more on 03 March at BWP Fight Night for CJ’s PWI:BWP World Catchweight Championship!
The Winners of this Match: CJ Banks & The Babyface Pitbull – NEW BWP Tag Team Champions
At the end of the match a furious DJ King cornered Steve Saxon and was about to strike his boss – not a wise move – however Steve Saxon (a former wrestler for almost 15 years) managed to avoid Kings left hook, and delivered a knockout enziguri to the former Tag Team Champion before leaving the ring to a huge ovation.
Every Britannia Wrestling Promotions Superstar on hand hit the ring for the rumble Main Event. Immediately Cyanide vented his frustrations by powerbombing, slamming and pumbling the young Rookies before several BWP Superstars managed to topple the big man over the top rope to the venue floor! Now the big risk was gone, the Superstars battled it out to claim the honour of being the last man standing. 15 minutes later there were just two men remaining, in another twist of fate it would be Joey Starr and Zack Gibson! The crowd were red hot behind Starr who delivered a series of hard hitting finishers on Gibson, finished off by a lovely Peoples Elbow – Zack Gibson looked as if he didn’t know which country he was in as he managed to scramble back to his feet – jelly-legged and dazzled by the moves of Joey Starr – Joey paraded around the ring waiting for Gibson to find his bearings, and as soon as he did, Joey Starr tossed Zack Gibson over the top rope and down to the venue floor for the win!
The Winner of the Match: Joey Starr