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Pro Wrestling Guerrilla 2016 and Beyond



Pro Wrestling Guerrilla


Pro Wrestling Guerrilla is a company run out of Reseda, California. An ‘all-star haven’ for indy wrestlers across the land, it brings together the art of wrestling coupled with entertainment not seen anywhere in the world, in any promotion. Originally opened by Disco Machine, Excalibur, Joey Ryan, Scott Lost, Super Dragon and Top Gun Talwar, the company prides itself on the most exciting, technical, and popular wrestlers coming from far and wide to perform in front of Reseda’s loyal and sometimes overzealous fans. Since its inception in 2003, Disco Machine, Scott Lost and Top Gun have retired from the company, Joey Ryan takes a more active wrestling role, Super Dragon undertakes the booking and promoting, and Excalibur (accompanied by various wrestlers from the roster) handles the commentary and looks after the distribution of the company DVD’s.

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Owners: Super Dragon, Excalibur
Booker: Super Dragon
Commentary: Excalibur (Sporadically Chuck Taylor, Joey Ryan, Chris Hero)

PWG World Champion: ‘The Technical Wizard’ Zack Sabre Jr
PWG Tag Team Champions: The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
Current Battle of Los Angeles 2015 Holder: ‘The Technical Wizard’ Zack Sabre Jr
Current DDT4 Holders: ‘TNA’s Finest’ (Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee)


Adam Cole ‘Baybay’
Andrew Everett
Bobby Fish

‘The Machine’Brian Cage
Candice Le Rae
The Knockout Artist’ Chris Hero
‘The Kentucky Gentleman’ Chuck Taylor
‘The Party Peacock’ Dalton Castle
Drew Galloway
Fenix

‘Mr. Athletic’Jeff Cobb
Joey Ryan
‘Johnny Wrestling’ Johnny Gargano
Kyle O’Reilly
‘White Lightning’ Mark Andrews
‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll
Matt Jackson
‘Reborn’ Matt Sydal
Matt Riddle
‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey
Nick Jackson
Pentagon Jr

‘King’ Ricochet
Rocky Romero
‘Mr. PWG’ Roderick Strong
‘The Callihan Death Machine’ Sami Callihan
Super Dragon
‘Psyc
ho Killer’ Tommaso Ciampa
Tommy ‘fuckin’ End
Trent?
‘The Carolina Caveman’ Trevor Lee
‘The Arial Assassin’ Will Ospreay
‘The Technical Wizard’ Zack Sabre, Jr

Tag Teams
Best Friends (Trent? And Chuck Taylor)
Death By Elbow (Chris Hero and JT Dunn)
reDRagon (Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish)
‘Ricochet and Sydal’ (Ricochet and Matt Sydal)
Roppongi Vice (Rocky Romero and Trent?)
‘TNA’s Finest’ (Andrew Everitt and Trevor Lee)
The World’s Cutest Tag Team (Candice Le Rae and Joey Ryan)
The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)

Factions
Mount Rushmore 2.0 (Adam Cole, Roderick Strong, Matt Jackson, Nick Jackson)
Eurotrash (Zack Sabre Jr, Tommy End, Will Ospreay, Drew Galloway, Marty Scurll)

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PWG Thirteen Results
American Legion in Reseda, CA
29th of July, 2016


Adam Cole ‘Baybay’ vs Tommy ‘fuckin’ End
In what was an outstanding opening match for PWG’s July event celebration THIRTEEN, the Panama City Playboy Adam Cole ‘baybay’ managed to overcome the odds of the ‘Antichrist’ Tommy End hailing from the Netherlands and representing opposing factions, in Mount Rushmore 2.0 and Eurotrash respectively. Cole began the match by cutting a promo not only on End, but on the entire American Legion Hall, telling everyone in attendance that they were only here to witness the ‘extravagance’ and the ‘exclusivity’ of Adam Cole (Baybay), and that the “only reason the Ring of Honor World Champion still sets foot in Reseda is because he’s paid triple what anyone else behind the curtain gets”. Immediately following this statement, a black and white face-painted Tommy End seemed to have enough, roundhouse kicking Cole in the back of the head almost pulling off a shock 3 second victory much to the delight of the Reseda fans, who continued to boo and jeer Cole throughout the match. In a back and forth affair following the early near-fall, Adam Cole set up Tommy End near the corner turnbuckle, ascending to the top before pointing both fingers to the sky, screaming “FUCK EUROTRASH, BAY-“ being cut off by a DEADLY high roundhouse from Tommy End, literally knocking Adam Cole out cold off the top rope and to the fans on the floor below. End continues the assault on Cole who attempts to follow up but is obviously struggling after being knocked loopy, however Cole manages to steal the victory from Tommy End, rolling End up and then pulling the tights without Rick Knox’s knowledge, much to the dismay of the fans and also Tommy End. Tommy End sits shocked at his defeat in the ring as Adam Cole vacates holding his belt, as the crowd chants enthusiastically “Tommy, Tommy, Tommy fuckin’ End” over and over again to the Antichrist himself sitting cross legged in the centre of the ring.
Adam Cole defeats Tommy End in 16:14 via Rollup

‘Mr. PWG’ Roderick Strong vs Matt Riddle
Roderick Strong (usually a hated stalwart of the PWG fans) received an overwhelmingly positive reaction from the crowd tonight in Reseda, with a lot of the fans’ knowledge that his career in PWG is coming to an end following THIRTEEN. Before the match began, the debuting Matt Riddle (standing barefoot and in MMA-like Reebok shorts) offered a handshake to Strong out of respect, which Strong kicked away, garnering a “shitty little boots!” chant from the Reseda crowd and riling them right back up again. Riddle makes attempts to get going with his MMA style, trying to lock Strong into various knee-bars and arm holds, but Strong (clearly wary) manages to either pull out at the last second, or immediately rush to the ropes to make space between the two men, which is met by even more heat from the Reseda crowd. Strong begins his closing sequence, meeting Riddle in the corner with sprinting flying elbows over and over again, knocking Riddle completely loose. Matt Riddle falls to his knees unaware of where he is at all, before Strong picks him up, tossing him in the air, and dropping possibly the last End of Heartache Reseda will ever see. Riddle crumbles in a heap and Strong covers for the 3 for the final time.
Roderick Strong defeats Matt Riddle in 11:55 via End of Heartache

‘Mr Athletic’ Jeff Cobb vs ‘The Carolina Caveman’Trevor Lee
In an outstandingly interesting matchup, the much beloved debuting Jeff Cobb coming off winning an “actual Olympic gold medal” as specified by Excalibur on commentary, faces the ‘Carolina Caveman’ Trevor Lee, who comes out to his usual Taylor Swift ‘Shake It Off’ tune, throwing middle fingers to everyone in attendance tonight. Trevor Lee immediately gets on the mic and informs the crowd that he is a “multiple time X-Division champion, in a much better company than this one”, before being barraged by chants of “Dixie’s fuckboy” from the crowd in Reseda. Lee eats this up, thrusting around in a circle at each of the sides of the ring, before the crowd now chants “That’s Adam’s shtick” referring to Trevor’s obvious thrusting, which draws laughs from not only the fans, but also Excalibur and Jeff Cobb himself. The match throughout involves Cobb using various judo throws and holds to nullify the high flying ability of Trevor Lee, which seems to be working well. The action spills to the outside, and Cobb drops Lee with a big back body drop right on the apron, before turning to a member of the crowd and taking a sip from their beer pitcher, which the crowd erupts in enthusiasm for. Cobb follows a near-dead Lee up onto the apron, but Lee plays possum, dropping a low blow with the back of his leg while the referee isn’t looking, before screaming ‘DELETE!’ and hitting a VICIOUS looking Twist of Fate right on the apron of the mat (to which Excalibur screams “that’s the HARDEST PART OF THE RING!”) The action is brought back into the centre of the ring, and Trevor Lee throws himself at a groggy Cobb looking for his usual spinning cross-body, but after flipping with the near-300-pound man, Cobb manages to HOLD ONTO LEE, throwing him backwards in a Fallaway Slam like Trevor Lee was the size of Candice Le Rae. The crowd gets thoroughly into the matchup, picking up Trevor Lee in a deadlift and dropping him in the Reverse Spin-Scoop Powerslam, picking up an impressive debut win.
Jeff Cobb defeats Trevor Lee in 17:01 via Reverse Spin-Scoop Powerslam


‘The Kentucky Gentleman Chuck Taylor vs Trent?
In a match that involved everything; chairs, ladders, tables, thumbtacks, and friendship, this was one for the ages. It wasn’t a five star match by any threat of the imagination (despite the crowd chanting that very same chant immediately after Trent ducked under a Chucky clothesline, turned back around, and they hugged), for Reseda California, this was as big as the Mega Powers erupting. Chuck, currently on a 13 match win streak, and Trent, currently on a 9 match win streak, both the Best Friends had everything to lose and everything to gain. After the initial aforementioned hug, they took it to the outside, and Chuck went as low as possible right in front of Rick Knox’s eyes, before grabbing a chair from the crowd and tossing it directly into the face of his Best Friend Trent. As Rick Knox went to call for the bell and end the match prematurely, the crowd began to chant “No! No! No!”, and spurred on by this, Trent looked at Knox and shouted “Rick… We’re best friends… Best friends don’t need rules!” Before picking up a chair of his own and tossing it right back into the face of The Kentucky Gentleman! The crowd is in love with this, as the two men bring out chairs, ladders and tables into the ring to produce as much damage as possible to each other, with Trent at one point being Powerbombed through a table, and then Chucky receiving a deadly looking back body drop onto a Ladder on the ring mat. With Chuck writhing around in agony, Trent made his way to the outside, looked under the ring, and produced one of the most rarely seen but beloved bags in all of Reseda – thumbtacks. After spreading the tacks wide across the ring, Trent and Chucky teased falling in over and over again, before the action got taken to the top turnbuckle, and Chuck looking for a Hurricanrana into the tacks was held onto by Trent, who deadlifted his opponent back up, Powerbombing him right into the tacks!! The crowd rave, chanting “holy shit!” over and over again, but Chuck somehow kicks out at a count of 1! The crowd stands to it’s feet, applauding these two men, as Trent sets up the ladder and starts climbing? He looks to the roof of American Legion hall, raising his hand looking for an imaginary briefcase of some sort, and the crowd plays along! Chucky stirs, before leaping to his feet and joins Trent at the top of the ladder! The two men fight at the top, trading rights and lefts, both not wanting to give up an inch to retrieving the imaginary briefcase at the top, before all of a sudden Chuck grabs Trent by the hair, throws his head underneath his arm, and DROPS TRENT WITH A SPINNING DDT OFF THE LADDER DIRECTLY ONTO THE TACKS?! The crowd goes ABSOLUTELY INSANE, as Chuck drapes an arm over Trent who seems to have tacks coming out of his head, and the match is over. Chuck’s streak stays intact, and judging by the hug post-match with a chant of “sportsmanship!” and “friendship!”, the friendship stays in tact too.
Chuck Taylor defeats Trent? in 20:42 via DDT


‘The Villain’ Marty Scurll vs ‘The Callihan Death Machine’ Sami Callihan
The match begins with an all-out brawl between the two men. Callihan and Scurll go right at the throat, trading rights and lefts immediately over and over again while the crowd cheers and slaps the outside apron of the mat. The match is a back and forth affair right throughout, with Marty Scurll and Sami Callihan taking the fight to the outside, and then over to Excalibur’s commentary area, over to the male and female toilets (where Callihan lifts Scurll up over his shoulders and dartboards him right into the women’s toilets on the cold floor), and finally back to the outside of the ring where Scurll pushes Callihan head first into the ring post, busting Callihan wide open on the top of his head. The crowd goes into a bit of a shock, as the Death Machine stumbles around the ring, dripping a significant amount of blood in each passing step. Scurll calls for the Chickenwing early, which is echoed by the Reseda crowd, but Callihan fights out of it, dripping even more blood throughout the canvas and all over Scurll’s white tights. It’s obvious now that there is a significant amount of blood pouring from Callihan’s head, and the fight battles on, until Scurll drops Callihan with a DDT on the top of his head in the centre of the ring. Medics come out and check on Callihan’s wellbeing, and he pushes them away refusing to be taken to the back, much to the dismay but also delight of the crowd. Scurll decides the time is right to finish his opponent, rolling around behind Callihan as he comes to his feet, locking in the Chickenwing, and Callihan taps out to the delight of the Villain, Marty Scurll, who takes all the momentum going into the Battle of Los Angeles in a month’s time. After the match, the crowd cheers Callihan to the back who plays much of a Tweener role in Reseda, but being shown respect for putting his body and blood on the line for the company always arouses a positive reception from the fans who are there just to enjoy good wrestling.
Marty Scurll defeats Sami Callihan in 17:22 via Chickenwing

PWG Tag Team Championship Match
The Young Bucks
(champions) (Matt and Nick Jackson) vs Death By Elbow (Chris Hero and JT Dunn)
The Young Bucks (flanked by Adam Cole) begin the match by grabbing the microphone and reminding the entire Reseda audience that Mount Rushmore 2.0 is currently UNDEFEATED at THIRTEEN so far, and that trend will be continuing on throughout the next match. They also feel the need to remind everyone that they are not only the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions, but also the PWG World Tag Team Champions, as well as the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions (to which Adam Cole echoes in the background “that’s in New Japan, that’s the big leagues guys”). The Young Bucks place their title belts on the ground, face the hard cam, and do their pose with Adam Cole standing between them shouting “BAYBAY!”, before Adam Cole’s knocked out COLD by an elbow from Dunn and Hero! The Young Bucks turn around after hearing a noise, and are greeted by an elbow each from Dunn and Hero at the same time! The crowd goes into hysterics as Death By Elbow start the match living up to their name, as Rick Knox (funnily) attempts to drag an out-cold Adam Cole from the middle of the ring to the outside, eventually dumping him under the bottom rope, as some fans take selfies with his lifeless body. JT Dunn takes up the initial contest with Nick Jackson, and Death By Elbow continually make hot tags, isolating their Young Bucks counterparts from one another. After a couple of minutes Adam Cole finally comes to outside the ring, which is met by a significant sarcastic cheer from the crowd. Matt Jackson finally gets the hot tag, and jumps into the ring at the same time as Chris Hero, who gets his head almost Superkicked off his shoulders, and now all four men go at it with no real regard to Rich Knox’s attempts at keeping order. Elbows, Superkicks, Knees, Fists go flying between the four men, and all slump down in the middle of the ring as the front row of spectators lean forward and pound the mat with enthusiasm for both tag teams. Chris Hero gets to his feet first, strikes an elbow to the jaw of Matt Jackson which almost knocks him out cold, but Adam Cole jumps to the apron and distracts Rick Knox, getting sent to the back in the meantime. Chris Hero stands over the top rope telling Adam Cole to “fuck off back to Panama where you came from” (referring to Cole’s “Panama City Playboy gimmick from the early days), but as Hero turns around, he’s met by a double Superkick from Matt and Nick Jackson! The Bucks then turn to JT Dunn, and give him some Superkicks as well, before hitting the Indytaker on Hero and picking up the win in an outstandingly hard hitting match.
The Young Bucks defeat Death by Elbow in 25:02 via Indytaker

PWG World Championship Match
‘The Technical Wizard’ Zack Sabre Jr vs Kyle O’Reilly
Kyle O’Reilly and Zack Sabre Jr seem to have the chemistry many people wish to have in pro wrestling, the combination of hard-hitting striking and submission based offence and defence just seems to gel so well, and this was no exception. While it wasn’t a perfect match by any stretch of the imagination, and it didn’t leave the ring all that much, the fans in Reseda were treated to the best technical wrestler in the world take on one of the most incredible submission strikers in pro wrestling in what was a great match. Kyle O’Reilly looked to have the match in the bag in the closing stages after locking in the armbar and extending the elbow as far as it’ll go the opposite direction, but Sabre managed to get his foot on the rope at the very last second, sending the crowd into a frenzy in what was the closest submission of the night. Sabre started to get back on offence after that, pulling Kyle O’Reilly into an octopus submission, wrenching his legs and thighs around the back of a standing O’Reilly’s head, pulling his opponent’s arm in the opposite direction. O’Reilly struts around the ring trying to find some way to make it to the ropes, and with the crowd pounding on the mat in anticipation, O’Reilly begins to go limp, falling forward, INTO the ropes, breaking the submission! Rick Knox rushes to Kyle O’Reilly’s aid, and O’REILLY PULLS SABRE INTO AN INSIDE CRADLE, but Sabre kicks out at a close 2! The crowd jumps to their feet once again, as Kyle O’Reilly throws right and left forearms and elbows to the face of the champion, as Zack Sabre Jr throws them right back in an all-out physical war, definitely the oppositre of the type of match the champion wanted to have here tonight! The two men slump to their knees, continuing to throw forearms at each other with more and more enthusiasm and less power, before SABRE GRABS O’REILLY’S ARM, LOCKING IN AN ARMBAR AT FULL EXTENSION! Kyle O’Reilly pulls, stretches his legs and body out, tries with all his might to get to the ropes, but CAN’T MAKE IT AND TAPS OUT!!
Zack Sabre Jr defeats Kyle O’Reilly in 23:43 via Armbar

At this point in the show, Zack Sabre Jr drops to his knees after being handed the belt, and takes the microphone from Excalibur who makes his way to the ring from the commentary table up on the stand, explaining just how close O’Reilly was to taking the championship from him tonight. The crowd pounds the mat in appreciation, as the two men look at each other in the eye with a show of respect and honor between the two champions after an outstanding match, BUT KYLE O’REILLY IS HIT WITH A SICK KICK IN THE BACK OF THE HEAD?! None other than Roderick Strong lifts O’Reilly over his head, throwing him in the air, hitting a BRUTAL END OF HEARTACHE to the man who’s just gone to war! Sabre Jr, still on his knees clutching his championship completely unsure of what is going on, stands to his feet and meets his opponent eye to eye in the centre of the ring essentially over O’Reilly’s lifeless body, as Strong snatches the mic. Strong tells the crowd that although he’s leaving, he never got his “fucking rematch for HIS fucking title”, and he wants it “fucking now”. The crowd rises in anticipation, as Sabre Jr takes a step forward to his great foe of the past year, simply stating “if you wanna go, let’s fookin’ GO NOW!” Rick Knox rolls back into the ring after ensuring O’Reilly gets to the back safely, and it looks like we have a match?

PWG World Championship Match
‘The Technical Wizard’ Zack Sabre Jr vs ‘Mr. PWG’ Roderick Strong
The match is balls-to-the-wall complete fucking insanity. Roderick Strong goes immediately to his finishing sequence, attacking ruthlessly the champion who’s just had a 25 minute war with Kyle O’Reilly, sprinting at the corner and dropping forearms over and over again on the champion. Sabre Jr drops to his knees in the corner, and Roddy Strong rushes at him with the intent to kill, looking to drive a knee into the temple of the champion, but SABRE JR GRABS RODDY’S LEG IN A KNEEBAR! Strong scratches and claws for the bottom rope, finally reaching it with the tip of his fingers, and the crowd is whipped into a frenzy after realising this match isn’t going to last long at all. Sabre Jr and Roddy Strong trade back and forth in momentum, largely keeping the match within the ropes and not going to the outside at all, as Strong tries to take advantage of the situation, repeatedly charging at Sabre Jr and keeping him moving the entire time to take his breath away, and Sabre crumbles in the middle of the ring to his knees much like he was 5 minutes previous. Strong rushes forward looking for a Sick Kick, but Sabre rolls underneath it, sending Roddy forward with his momentum dropping him to his knees, as Sabre bounces back off the ropes, HITTING A PENALTY KICK TO THE THROAT OF STRONG!! Sabre jumps immediately on his opponent, Roddy looks to be stunned, and Knox counts the 3!! Sabre’s just beaten two opponents in the space of half an hour!!
Zack Sabre Jr defeats Roderick Strong in 6:32 via Penalty Kick

Following the match, Roddy is helped to his feet by Sabre Jr. The crowd does a complete 180 on the match, chanting “thank you Roddy!” and “respectful little boots!” which leads Sabre to grab the microphone and simply tell everyone in attendance “this is one of the best opponents I’ve ever been opposite in the ring, and whatever he does in life, he will succeed. Thank you Roddy.” Sabre exits the ring to chants of “sportsmanship!”, as Roddy gets the mic and the ring to himself. He thanks the Reseda crowd for everything they’ve offered as fans and as supporters for his entire career. Roddy tells the crowd that Reseda is by far, for both he, and every single person behind the curtain, the most enjoyable, important, and beautiful place to wrestle for anyone in the world, and he promises he’ll be back as soon as possible.” Roddy wipes away a tear, thanks the fans one last time, drops to his knees, and Roderick Strong, one of the last stalwarts of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla leaves the ring for the last time.




PWG Thirteen Results
American Legion in Reseda, CA
29th of July, 2016


Adam Cole defeats Tommy End in 16:14 via Rollup
Roderick Strong defeats Matt Riddle in 11:55 via End of Heartache
Jeff Cobb defeats Trevor Lee in 17:01 via Reverse Spin-Scoop Powerslam
Chuck Taylor defeats Trent? in 20:42 via DDT
Marty Scurll defeats Sami Callihan in 17:22 via Chickenwing
The Young Bucks defeat Death by Elbow in 25:02 via Indytaker
Zack Sabre Jr defeats Kyle O’Reilly in 23:43 via Armbar
Zack Sabre Jr defeats Roderick Strong in 6:32 via Penalty Kick



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Thirteen Review

Cobb vs Lee. I liked Lee getting heat, with the TNA is better promo and i liked that the high-flier was the heel. It is different and pretty good. But i hate the placement on the card. I get why before Roddy , but why before Cole ? Honestly i think it would have made a better opener.

Callihan vs Marty - Marty is a great wrestler and it seems that this was a blow-off of some big feud. Not a PWG big follower , but it sure seemed that way . Sami though should have won. I saw a big opportunity here for a huge face vs face confrontation between Zack and him. Marty looked a bit too better than Callihan who after all is the "Death Machine ".

Trent vs Chuck Taylor. Liked the spot of the "imaginary briefcase". Very much. But it was too spotty . For a partners match ending in a sportsmanship showcase , this was too heated . Way too heated .

Tag Team Titles bout - The "Show Man " Adam Cole was the star . Liked that Hero and JT actually dominated , well hated that the Bucks won -because they are too spotty for my taste- , but the match was great . An ending that could go into another match with all the shenanigans from Cole . Good stuff here.

Cole beating End by outsmarting him and that promo were a very good overall segment. And damn did Tommy End looked awesome. But as an opener a heel win ? Not what you would want to see opening the PPV.

Roderick the ironman Strong beating clean Riddle was big as Matt is a former MMA fighter and Roddy pinned him. Just good booking.

Zack Sabre vs Kyle O'Reily . Holy shit . What a match . Reversals , submissions broken , fast cradles. Everything you would expect from the 2 best technicians today . With the earlier win the Leaders of New School facing each other ? Like the idea , but still think Sami was a better choice.

ZSJ vs Roderick. Good idea to put over that Zack fought almost half an hour and both were pulling out the big stomps . I liked that it was a heat , but was it necessary to bury Kyle ? He tapped out and then he got hit with the Strong Breaker. I know this is PWG , but i will always call this the Strong Breaker. It seemed like a "get out of the main-event treatment" . Zack winning with the Soccer Kick and then letting Roddy have his promo and his farewell was a good way to end Thirteen . A great send-off.

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Battle of Los Angeles 2016 Night 1
American Legion in Reseda, CA
29th of August, 2016

The 2016 Battle of Los Angeles is opened by Excalibur standing in the ring. He teases to the crowd an “unbeeeelievable” announcement coming the third night, provided that he gets the clearance from the correct people upstairs, and promotes a riveting night of pro wrestling to come, and to follow over the next 3 nights in Reseda, California. He thanks all the fans in attendance, he thanks the various companies across the world who have allowed their competitors to come to Legion Hall and perform in the best wrestling ring in the world, and thanks the superstars behind the curtain for showing up once again in the biggest Battle of Los Angeles in history. Excalibur pulls a cloth off the trophy standing in the centre of the ring, and explains to the fans in attendance that this is what the wrestlers are vying for. Laced in an emerald green with a trophy in the middle, the near-1m tall trophy glistens as people take photos. Excalibur explains the format for the tournament, 24 wrestlers in a single elimination randomly drawn bracket, with the final match being a three way dance to decide the 2016 Battle of Los Angeles winner, and the man (or woman) who will go on to face the champion in the future.

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
“The Party Peacock” Dalton Castle vs “The Psycho Killer” Tommaso Ciampa
We begin the 2016 BOLA with a home-grown PWG favourite in the “Psycho Killer”, and the new stalwart who’s immediately pranced into everyone’s hearts in Reseda, Dalton Castle. The ROH general flanked by his two “boys” standing outside the ring fanning their leader and mentor with peacock feathers are aided by various members of the crowd who also seem to have brought their own fans. This displeases Ciampa, who, as very much a ‘love to hate’ character, takes it upon himself to make his way into the crowd and grab these “fan-brought fans” (no pun intended, according to Excalibur on commentary) and toss them in the air, making sure the entire of Reseda knows “it’s been 110 degrees in here every single time I come and wrestle, if we couldn’t afford fans in 2014 we shouldn’t have them now!” The diehard fans of PWG applaud, knowing how hot it actually gets within the Legion Hall, but the match quickly begins regardless, with Dalton Castle doing his trademark Michael Jackson like fall to the floor on his back, met by a moderately sarcastic but nonetheless enthusiastic “HOLY SHIT” chant from the Reseda crowd, who seem to be fired up on the first night of 3. Ciampa’s hard hitting style and Castle’s flamboyance in the ring mesh surprisingly well throughout, however Ciampa gets the upper hand early after he coaxed the Boys into the ring and asked them to fan their mentor Castle, who was lying hurt on the mat. The boys obliged, fanning Castle with enthusiasm, which gave Ciampa the opportunity to spring at the Boys and use their backs as a springboard to hit a huge diving elbow on a stagnant Castle, but only receiving a 2 count. In the closing moments of the match, it’s all Ciampa for now, as he hits rolling elbows in the corner, followed by a vicious looking knee strike, sending Castle crumbling to the mat. The Boys raise themselves to the apron and fan Castle, who seems to get some sort of Hulk Hogan like strength out of the fanning, which leads the entire of Reseda to also fan Castle with their hands, tickets, anything they can get their hot hands on. Ciampa punches Castle, but he begins to ‘Hulk Up’, he’s punched again, and the fanning from the crowd continues on, again, and more fanning, Dalton Castle is thriving off the fans’ engagement. Ciampa looks to Rick Knox the executive referee, asking if this is legal, and before he can turn back around, he’s on Castle’s shoulders spinning around in a circle, being thrown down with a HUGE BANGARANG! Castle covers, Ciampa doesn’t know where he is, and Castle gets the 3 count before collapsing in a heap on the mat, clearly only just now feeling the effects of Ciampa’s onslaught the entire match.
Dalton Castle defeats Tommaso Ciampa in 14:22 via Bangarang

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
‘The Carolina Caveman’ Trevor Lee vs Andrew Everett
In an immediate ‘tag teams erupting’ event, the crowd lets these two TNA men know what they think of them, beginning chants of “Dixie’s fuckboys” and “knock-off Fabio hair” which elicits a small laugh from both men in the ring. Trevor Lee waves his hands gently asking for quiet in Reseda, which the crowd complies with, before he walks over and ‘whispers’ in his tag team partner’s ear loud enough for everyone to hear, “let’s just pretend we’re in Orlando, this is an X-Division match, and we’re getting paid what we usually get, rather than a third of that here in California?” The crowd boos and jeers at this, as Everett and Lee shake on it, crossing both their arms above their heads in the shape of an ‘x’, before the match begins. In a back and forth affair, no man can get the upper hand for very long. They both attempt a lot of high flying moves, taking the X-Division comment clearly to heart and perhaps showing the crowd what TNA stalwarts are capable of. Trevor Lee goes for a springboard 450 splash but meets nothing but canvas, and Everett tries the exact same move in a very much ‘anything you can do I can do better’ mentality, which in this case is true considering Lee rolls out of the way and Everett hits the canvas double as hard as Lee did only moments before. The closing moments of the match come as Trevor Lee and Andrew Everett run the ropes opposite each other, beginning to laugh and joke, avoiding each other on purpose whenever they meet in the centre of the ring, but Trevor Lee seems to be taking this BOLA extremely seriously, as he betrays the trust of his partner and takes Everett by surprise, actually colliding with him and corkscrewing his body with momentum to the mat. Everett stays down, and Lee picks him up by the hair, placing him between his legs and hits the beautiful looking Small Package Driver, flipping over into a bridging small package, getting the 3 count and winning the appeal of some fans he might not have had previously.
Trevor Lee defeats Andrew Everett in 12:41 via Small Package Driver

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
Jimmy Havoc vs ‘White Lightning’ Mark Andrews
The crowd in Reseda is absolutely floored as none other than the longest reigning Progress Champion of all time, Jimmy ‘fucking’ Havoc steps through the curtain to his trademark AFI theme ‘I Hope You Suffer’, face mask covering what one can only assume is a scowl and general distaste for every single man who says he’s not good enough. The crowd gives Havoc the finger as he stands in the ring looking around the Legion Hall, with chants of “Jimmy, you’re a cunt, Jimmy, Jimmy you’re a cunt” raining down on the man who broke his leg in Australia earlier this year and finally not only returns to the ring, but also makes his debut in PWG tonight against a man he’s VERY comfortable with, Mark Andrews. The crowd adores Andrews, and as the match begins and the two men lock up, they separate after Havoc is pushed back to the corner turnbuckle to break the count. Andrews subsides before the 5 count, and Havoc stands back up looking him directly in the eye yelling “I’ll set you on fire again, you motherfucker!” This sets Andrews and Reseda into a frenzy, Havoc referring to the time in Progress where he doused his opponent in lighter fluid, and the match gets underway properly. Havoc plays a very safe style, potentially saving his knee from any true harm, while Andrews seems to be going all out in this one to put Havoc, a man he hated at one point, away early. Andrews ascends the turnbuckle as Havoc rolls to the outside out of harm’s way, but ANDREWS DIVES WITH A SHOOTING STAR PRESS TO THE OUTSIDE!! The crowd rises to their feet chanting “holy shit! Holy shit! Holy shit!” As Andrews rolls Havoc back into the ring to continue the onslaught, rolling into a standing shooting star press, and then a standing corkscrew moonsault! Two true feats of physical ability immediately one after the other, as Andrews makes the cover, but only gets a 2 count out of Havoc. Mark Andrews stays on the offence, bouncing off the ropes looking for a spinning heel kick, but Havoc ducks underneath, rolling into a HUGE discus elbow to the back of Andrews’ head, sending both men to the mat as the crowd stand and thump on the apron in awe. Havoc slowly gets to his feet, and begins to rise the top turnbuckle, as Andrews leaps to his feet and follows. Andrews (back to the canvas) and Havoc lay into each other atop the turnbuckle, before ANDREWS GOES FOR A REVERSE FRANKENSTEINER, but HAVOC HOLDS ON! Andrew CRASHES to the mat, and Havoc takes his opportunity! Double Foot Stomp from the top turnbuckle, but Havoc’s not done yet! He slits his throat to the crowd, grabbing Andrews by the right wrist, bringing him to his chest, before hitting an ACID RAINMAKER to complete the 3 count. Havoc moves on, and British Pro Wrestling continues to be in an impeccable position.
Jimmy Havoc defeats Mark Andrews in 16:54 via Acid Rainmaker

~~~ INTERMISSION ~~~

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
Pentagon Jr vs ‘Reborn’ Matt Sydal
A muchly anticipated bout next, as two completely different styles clash with the high flying Matt Sydal facing the man with ‘zero fear’ who breaks arms for fun, Pentagon Jr. The AAW Pro Champion receives a rousing rendition of “CIERO MIEDO” from the Reseda crowd, as the match begins in very quick fashion. Armdrags, clotheslines, shoulder tackles begin what doesn’t look to be a long match at all, with Sydal and Pentagon Jr looking to use as much of their speed as possible to end the match quickly. Pentagon Jr is clearly beloved in Reseda, but an air of respect and honor for his opponent in Sydal comes over the Reseda crowd as well. The two men take the action to the outside, as Sydal pushes Pentagon shoulder first into the ring post, sending his opponent HARD to the wooden floor. Pentagon grabs his shoulder in agony, as Sydal springs to his feet, rushing back into the ring. He makes his way to the opposite corner, the whole crowd unsure of what he’s planning on doing here, but Sydal looks around, raises two fingers in the air, and DARTS at the opposing corner, LEAPING AND CLEARING THE TURNBUCKLE COMPLETELY, LANDING HARD ONTO A GROGGY PENTAGON ON THE OUTSIDE!! Excalibur’s yelps are able to be heard from the bar on the other side of the hall, as the crowd swarm the two men who lie flat on the Legion Hall floor, clapping and chanting “REBORN” and “CIERO MIEDO” in conflicting chants. Sydal is first to his feet, taking a large swig of beer from a fan’s jug, as Pentagon also slowly rises to his feet, also taking a swig of beer from a pitcher, which gets another rise out of the fans. The two men groggily bring the action back to the ring, continuing to tee off on each other in the centre of the ring, obviously showing that Sydal’s daredevil tactics may have backfired. This time, Pentagon begins to get the upper hand. Pentagon throws elbows, rights and lefts at his opponent in Sydal, before darting forward looking for an Armbar, but Sydal shakes out of it, stepping backwards and then stepping forward into a Superkick, but Pentagon ducks underneath it, hitting a Superkick of his own! Sydal crumbles to the mat in a heap, and Pentagon swawms on his prey, grabbing Sydal’s arm, flipping his body around and hyperetenxing the elbow and shoulder area with a huge Sacrifice inverted Armbreaker. Sydal writhes in pain, reaches for the ropes, shakes his hand above the mat, as the crowd pound the mat, Pentagon PULLS BACK FURTHER ON SYDAL’S ELBOW, HYPER EXTENDING, and SYDAL TAPS OUT!! No trophy is worth a broken arm, and the Lucha legend advances, but I can assure you Sydal did not lose any fans in this one.
Pentagon Jr defeats Matt Sydal in 13:01 via Sacrifice Armbreaker

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
‘King’ Ricochet vs ‘Mr Athletic’ Jeff Cobb
The 2014 Battle of Los Angeles winner makes his return to Reseda tonight against the one and only, Olympic Gold Medallist Jeff Cobb in an intriguing matchup much like the last. The two men shake hands in the centre of the ring to begin the match, which elicits a chant of “sportsmanship” from the crowd, and the match gets underway. Ricochet utilises his size and speed early, running rings around Cobb, who attempts waist locks and deadlifts to try and pull Ricochet over into Suplexes, but the former BOLA winner manages to squeeze out of every attempt, knowing that once Cobb starts rag dolling him the match is as good as over. Ricochet uses leg kicks and thigh kicks to try and take the Monster Cobb to his knees, which eventually works, and Ricochet comes flying through with a shining wizard, taking Cobb off his feet and onto the canvas! Ricochet looks to the crowd, bouncing off the ropes, jumping over Cobb, bouncing back off the opposing ropes, before diving forward and hitting a standing Shooting Star Press on Cobb – but COBB HOLDS ON!! Ricochet looks shocked as Jeff Cobb throws Ricochet backwards in a Fallaway Slam, and begins to take the upper hand in the matchup almost immediately. Ricochet rolls to the outside as Cobb follows, and Cobb grabs Ricochet by the waist and German Suplexes him right on the outside!! Some fans don’t make it out of the way in time, and Ricochet goes flying across the fans in Reseda and they give Cobb a rousing reception. Cobb rolls Ricochet back into the ring and continues the offence, hitting a running Senton, followed by a standing leg drop, and finally reaching down and deadlifting Ricochet into another German Suplex like Ricochet was the size of Candice Le Rae. Cobb marches over to Ricochet, and Germans him again from a deadlift, and the crowd begins a “ooooooOOOOHHHHH-AAAYYYY!” chant as he lifts and throws his opponent, which makes Cobb laugh. The fans chant “one more time, one more time!” and Cobb obliges, walking over to the exhausted Ricochet again, but as Cobb reaches down to his opponent RICOCHET LOCKS IN AN INSIDE CRADLE! 1… 2… 3!! RICOCHET STEALS THE WIN!! Cobb kicks out of the inside cradle but it’s too little too late, Ricochet rolls out of the ring and takes the clean win – no tights, no ropes, and advances on in BOLA 2016, while the crowd claps and cheers Jeff Cobb for his outstanding performance. Sometimes wrestling is just timing and precision.
Ricochet defeated Jeff Cobb in 9:10 via Inside Cradle

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
‘The Arial Assassin’ Will Ospreay vs Fenix
Two high flyers of the PWG roster go head to head in this matchup that promises to be quick and fast, not unlike the Pentagon Jr vs Matt Sydal matchup that preceeded it before the break. Fenix and Ospreay offer each other a handshake out of respect, and the match gets underway immediately. The two men run the ropes, ducking under clotheslines, Ospreay bends down and Fenix bounds off his back, Ospreay jumps over a sweeping kick, Fenix ducks a head kick from Ospreay, then two men run the ropes again, clotheslining each other but neither man falls to the canvas, not wanting to show any weakness, as the crowd stands and applauds the two men’s ability early on in the match. Throughout the matchup, the action goes back and forth, with a lot of high flying moves, a lot of top rope chances, some springboards, one HUGE tope suicida from Fenix who manages to land on his feet while taking out Will Ospreay in the process, as well as the first row on the hard cam side of the arena, as the two men continue fighting outside the ring. Fenix asks a member of the crowd if he can borrow his chair, before pulling Ospreay over to the corner post. Fenix runs backwards, and then BOUNDS OFF THE CHAIR LOOKING FOR A DIVING LEG TO THE FACE, but Ospreay moves out the way and Fenix crashes and burns into the ring post! Ospreay brings the action back inside, springboarding off the top rope looking for a quick 450, but Fenix gets his knees up, and Ospreay hits the canvas HARD holding his upper chest area, looking to have some some SERIOUS damage from the knees. This could be a serious issue for the next round if Ospreay is to make it through. Fenix brings Ospreay to the top rope holding him by his neck, possibly looking for some form of Hurricanrana off the top rope, but Ospreay starts to fight, punching his opponent over and over again, fighting for his life. Ospreay grabs Fenix by the head looking for an Ospreay Cutter, but Fenix starts to fight it too, the crowd lifts in anticipation, as Fenix grabs Ospreay, pauses, and then flies looking for a Spanish Fly, BUT BOTH MEN LAND ON THEIR FUCKING FEET?? THE CROWD ABSOLUTELY ERUPTS AS BOTH MEN HOLD EACH OTHER BY THE SHOULDERS, standing looking at each other, the crowd pounds the mat, Excalibur has literally left the commentary desk, and everyone is in awe. Fenix and Ospreay pause and look at each other, as Ospreay takes off towards the ropes, bounding backwards, Fenix follows, Ospreay pushes him forward and follows, Fenix ducks underneath as Ospreay jumps over, keeps moving, rebounds off the second rope, and HITS FENIX WITH AN OSPREAY CUTTER OUT OF NOWHERE! Covers, AND WINS! Incredible matchup!
Will Ospreay defeats Fenix in 21:21 via Ospreay Cutter

Battle of Los Angeles 2016 First Round Match
‘The Knockout Artist’Chris Hero vs Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger
For nearly everyone in attendance tonight, this matchup is what everyone has been waiting to see. Someone, some way, Super Dragon has managed to get the Japanese living legend in Jushin Liger to the ring, to Reseda, to the Battle of Los Angeles. Excalibur introduces him as literally the ‘living legend of wrestling’, and amongst deafening chants of “LIGER, LIGER, LIGER” from the crowd, Jushin Liger bows respectfully to each side of the ring, then to his opponent in Hero, who bows back with the upmost respect, and the match begins. Hero and Liger trade elbows in the centre of the ring, and the Knockout Artist himself seems absolutely in awe of the strong style that Liger is still bringing, and Hero offers it right back, being able to hear the shots from the back of the Hall. Hero drops a running Senton on Liger, who immediately pops back up to his feet no-selling it completely, looks Hero in the eye, and then with the crowd in awe, elbows Chris Hero right in the jaw. Hero’s head turns, he turns back to Liger and smiles, bowing once again, before hitting a VICIOUS looking Discus Elbow to Liger’s jaw, THIS time knocking him to the mat, but somehow only purveying a 2 count. Hero grabs Liger by the wrist and lariats him into the corner, following immediately looking for an Elbow, but Liger ducks underneath it rolling out of the way, Hero goes chest-first into the top turnbuckle falling back down to the mat, as Liger springs and jumps over his body, bounding off the second rope hitting a Moonsault/Lionsault on Hero! Liger covers, but this time only gets a 2 count of his own. The crowd claps and cheers in appreciation that obviously not only can the living legend Liger still ‘go’, but he’s definitely not phoning this performance in, and clearly wants to win. Hero gets back up again, as Liger grabs Hero’s head in a DDT, running towards the ropes, bounding off the bottom, the second, the top, and then attempting to drive Hero’s head down in a spinning DDT, but Hero pulls his head away and Liger crashes chest-first to the mat! Liger gets up slowly and groggily, as Hero rolls his body around, hitting a BRUTAL Discus Elbow again to Liger, who slumps to his knees. Hero rolls his body again, hitting ANOTHER rolling elbow. Liger goes limp, Hero covers, and this time manages to get the 3. Hero aids Liger to his feet after the match and drops to his knees in front of the legend, bowing, as he vacates the ring and allows Liger the time in the ring to thank the fans, who send the thanks right back. Excalibur almost starts crying, in a truly emotional moment for PWG, before he announces it’s time for the “maaaaain event of the evening!”
Chris Hero defeats Jushin Liger in 14:54 via Rolling Elbow

Mount Rushmore 2.0 (Adam Cole “Baybay” and The Young Bucks) vs Eurotrash (“The Technical Wizard” Zack Sabre Jr, “The Villain” Marty Scurll and "The Antihero" Tommy “fuckin’” End)
We don’t even get to the introductions, because Adam Cole and Zack Sabre Jr have already started teeing off on each other as soon as they get in the same ring as each other. This isn’t an exhibition fight; this is a war between two groups of people who hate each other. Roderick Strong has just had to leave Mount Rushmore 2.0, and Adam Cole seems to be taking it upon himself not only to avenge his partner’s loss at THIRTEEN to Sabre Jr, but also establish Rushmore 2.0 as the ever-dominant stable in PWG, back to the Steen and Dragon days. Rick Knox immediately throws the rulebook out the window as End and Scurll come into the ring and come face to face with the Young Bucks, teeing off on each other too, as all six men in the centre of the ring throw lefts and rights as the crowd jumps out their feet and the front row pounds on the mat. This isn’t a fight; this is a war. Cole and Sabre Jr make their way to the outside opposite the hard cam side, as End and Matt Jackson follow closely behind. Nick Jackson bounces off the ropes, looking to fly over the top rope onto all the men below, but MARTY SCURLL CRACKS HIM WITH A CLOTHESLINE CUTTING HIM OFF AT THE HEAD! Nick Jackson rolls to the outside, leaving one single Villain left in the ring. Scurll looks around to the crowd, who do nothing but encourage what is about to happen, and Scurll pauses, looks to the 5 men on the floor in the entranceway, bouncing off the ropes, before pulling up, stepping through the middle rope, looking to the crowd and giving them the finger, screaming “FUCK YOU” to Reseda, and then flying with an average looking splash onto all 5 men! The crowd takes this as an invitation to treat that like it was the most death-defying stunt they’ve ever seen, screaming at the top of their lungs “HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT! HOLY SHIT!” as Scurll looks out to the sea of fans and simply bows, knowing he can do as he pleases and they’ll still eat out of the palm of his hand. The match continues on with no real side getting very much of an upper hand after the initial breakdown between the two teams, but neither man in the match nor the crowd seem to have an issue with that. The Young Bucks look to have a Superkick Party on End and Scurll, but the Dutchman and Britishman (respectively) duck underneath the attempted Superkicks, both men go for a Superkick of their own, before screaming in unison “JUST KIDDING!” and then hitting a Superkick to the knee of the Bucks instead, much to the delight of the crowd which breaks out into a “CHOREOGRAPHY” chant. Sabre Jr locks in an armbar on the floor on the outside, but Nick Jackson takes it upon himself to fly from the inside of the ring to the outside, dropping a leg over Sabre’s throat which allows Adam Cole some time to recover, as Matt Jackson stands in the ring trying to fight off Scurll and End on his own. The finish of the incredible matchup comes when the three Rushmore members make their way into the ring, with Sabre, Scurll and End on the outside. The three men roll back into the ring simultaneously, right into the eye line of a waiting Rushmore looking for a triple Superkick party. The three men duck underneath the Superkicks, and SABRE LOCKS IN AN ARMBAR ON COLE, END LOCKS IN AN ANTI-CROSS ON MATT JACKSON AND SCURLL LOCKS IN A CHICKENWING ON NICK! The three members of Rushmore writhe in the middle of the ring, all in a submission hold, and ALL THREE MEMBERS TAP OUT! RUSHMORE TAKES THE UPPER HAND!
Eurotrash defeats Mount Rushmore 2.0 in 31:20 via Armbar, Anti-Cross and Chickenwing

Following the match, Mount Rushmore 2.0 rolls out of the ring, and Adam Cole takes a microphone. He tells Sabre Jr that not only is he coming for that “fucking belt that belongs to Rushmore”, but he’s also coming for Sabre’s “fucking throat” as well, and Cole looks the three members of Eurotrash dead in the eyes, promising them that they’ll “regret this, and Rushmore will get revenge for this”. The crowd chants over the top of Cole “you tapped out! You tapped out! You tapped out!” This causes Cole to look out to the crowd, reply simply with “you all can suck my dick”, drop the mic, and flanked by the Young Bucks, leaves through the curtain hurt and defeated. Sabre Jr gets on the mic in the middle of the ring and promises the fans that not only will tomorrow night and the third night of BOLA be even better than the first, he promises that Eurotrash is here to stay, and it’s only a matter of time before Mount Rushmore’s gone for good. “One down, three to go.”



Battle of Los Angeles 2016 Night 1 Results

American Legion in Reseda, CA
29th of August, 2016

Dalton Castle defeats Tommaso Ciampa in 14:22 via Bangarang - *** ½
Trevor Lee defeats Andrew Everett in 12:41 via Small Package Driver - *** ½
Jimmy Havoc defeats Mark Andrews in 16:54 via Acid Rainmaker **** ½
Pentagon Jr defeats Matt Sydal in 13:01 via Sacrifice Armbreaker *** ½
Ricochet defeated Jeff Cobb in 9:10 via Inside Cradle *** ½
Will Ospreay defeats Fenix in 21:21 via Ospreay Cutter **** ¼
Chris Hero defeats Jushin Liger in 14:54 via Rolling Elbow ****
Eurotrash defeats Mount Rushmore 2.0 in 31:20 via Armbar, Anti-Cross and Chickenwing **** ½


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