Our opening contest of the first pay-per-view for 2016 sees Skip Beau who is still trying to turn things around teaming with the impressive War Machine to take on the team of Brett Fraser & the debuting Good Ol’ Boys.
Skip and Fraser start us off with Fraser using his size and strength to push Skip around. Skip tries to fight back but is met with a stiff clothesline from Fraser. Fraser splits time with both members of the Good Ol’ Boys working over Skip cutting the ring off from War Machine who are desperately trying to get the fans behind Skip.
Wooton Fitzpaine is working over Skip, placing Skip in the corner and smashing him with multiple corner splashes. Skip manages to move causing Wooton to eat the turnbuckle, and gets rolled up with a school boy. Wooton Fitzpaine is eliminated.
Thimbleby Langton is in and is on Skip once again. Skip manages to get away though, and tags in Bulldozer Smith who is a literal bulldozer in the ring and running through Langton. Bruiser Findlay is in now, Bulldozer tosses Langton in the air, and Findlay catches Langton in a devastating Samoan Drop. Thimbleby Langton is eliminated.
Fraser looks across the ring at the challenge ahead as it is 3-on-1 in favour of the good guys. Fraser being one of the toughest men on the roster rushes towards War Machine who are more than ready to receive him. Despite Fraser’s toughness, he is man handled by the monstrous tag team who destroy Fraser with their Double Powerbomb finish, and Bulldozer Smith picks up the win for his team. Brett Fraser is eliminated.
Winner: Skip Beau & War Machine via Double Powerbomb (3-0 Eliminations)
Whippy The Clown & The Dirty White Boys vs Antonio Del Veccio & The Predators
Right from the jump, Del Veccio & both Predators jump their opponents working them all over simultaneously. They dump out Grease Hogg & Whippy leaving Lead Belly in the ring all alone. The Predators double team Belly using a combination of strikes before laying him out and sending him to the back eliminated. Lead Belly is eliminated.
Grease is back in the ring like a raging bull taking on both tag team champs. Tossing both Predators around like a rag doll, Grease would eventually be cut down by Del Veccio from behind. Once again, the villains would cut off the ring, working over Grease. Del Veccio was particularly dangerous here working the elbow, and shoulder of Grease seemingly in preparation for his Arm Bar submission.
But Grease showed his heart in fighting back, and dropping Warren Technique with a Hellvator and picked up the pin fall getting rid of one half of the tag champs. Warren Technique is eliminated.
With the odds evened up, it was time for Whippy to get into this one as he and Del Veccio went at it, and both made were pretty evenly matched much to the chagrin of Del Veccio who holds himself to a much higher standard when it comes to actual technical wrestling. Del Veccio switches his tune real fast with a cheap shot on Whippy to the knee. Del Veccio & Nathan Black would take turns targeting Whippys knee. In a moment of desperation, Whippy hits an enziguri that gives him the chance to get the tag to Grease who has Nathan Black in his sights.
Grease does the same to Black as he did to Technique and lands a second Hellavator, and eliminates the other tag champ. Nathan Black is eliminated.
Del Veccio is pissed. He immediately is on Grease, and locks in an Arm Bar. Grease tries to hang on but taps out because of Del Veccio’s previous attack on his elbow and shoulder. Grease Hogg is eliminated.
It’s down to Whippy and Del Veccio. They’re in the middle of the ring trading blows with one another, neither being able to get the upper hand here. They continue to move up, and are now trading high impact suplexes and slams. A couple of near falls from both competitors lead to Del Veccio locking on his Arm Bar only for Whippy to get to the ropes to force a break. Del Veccio angered by Whippys ability to hang in rushes to pull Whippy away from the ropes, and tries to lock in the Arm Bar a second time, but Whippy rolls him up in a small package and gets the out of nowhere 3-count. Antonio Del Veccio is eliminated. Whippy The Clown is the sole survivor.
Winner: Whippy The Clown & The Dirty White Boys via Small Package (3-2 Eliminations)
It’s Not About Family, It’s About Respect
[Alex is in his office looking a little distressed. Jack walks in holding the CGC World Championship and starts to talk about tonights main event.]
JD: I know you don’t want me to take it to Ricky because of this soft spot you have for him, but did you see who he picked as his partner, huh? You’d think he’d have picked Prometheus because of what’s gone down here the last couple weeks… But no. Who does Ricky choose. Ryan Powell.
[The fans boo at the sound of Powell being named as Rickys partner.]
AD: He had the right the choose anyone to be his partner.
JD: After everything our family has been through with Powell, for Ricky to side with him… This isn’t about family anymore Alex. He’s blatantly going against us. He’s trying to get to us. I don’t care anymore about him, or that he’s little brother. He needs a lesson to be learned, and tonight, I’m his teacher.
[Jack walks out with Alex looking even more distressed than before Jack walked in.]
Jaime Quine, Sara Marie York, & Tamara McFly vs Nadia Snow, Suzanne Brazzle, & Zoe Ammis
Time to check out the brand new CGC Women’s Division here with this special showcase match. The match starts with Jaime Quine and Zoe Ammis. They exchange some slick chain wrestling that gets a positive reaction from the crowd. Quine get the up working over Zoe, then having her teammates have a crack at it with Sara Marie York having an especially big up on Zoe ending in an impressive tilt-a-whirl head scissors that gets a standing ovation from the fans.
Quine is back in with Brazzle who is am imposing figure for someone so tiny. She catches Quine with a particularly ugly European uppercut with Quine rebounding off the ropes that catches her square, and just about knocks her out. Quine is able to get a shoulder up, but that was a scary shot to say the very least.
Brazzle, Snow, and Ammis take turns in the ring with Quine who shows a solid amount of heart managing to get the shoulder up with every near fall. One near fall too many however for Quine after Snow hits her signature Snow Fall piledriver. Jaime Quine is eliminated.
Tamara is in and is on Snow. She gets the up with a number of clothesline that lead into body slam-senton combo. Tamara is on a roll. Both Brazzle & Ammis are in to cut her off but McFly is able to dispatch both of them easily. McFly stalks Snow from behind. Snow is up, and Tamara ready. Snow turns, Tamara grabs hold, but Snow reverses into a small package catching McFly off guard and gets the three count. Tamara McFly is eliminated.
Sara Marie York is left to take on the entire other team, she surveys her mountain to climb, notes that both Brazzle and Ammis are on the floor, Snow is still groggy. York is in, and boom! Energy Burst on Snow. She gets the pin before Brazzle is in to break it up. Nadia Snow is eliminated.
Brazzle is in working over York who fights back once again showing tons of heart. Brazzle off the ropes swings a huge clothesline that York is able to duck coming back with another Energy Burst. Brazzle is down. York on the cover, and gets the three evening the score once again. Suzanne Brazzle is eliminated.
Zoe Ammis hits an amazing looking spinning wheel kick out of literally nowhere on York. Ammis goes to work on Yorks knee, looking to set up her submission signature move, The Figure-Four Leg Lock. And sure enough, Ammis wraps up York, and locks it in. York is screaming in agony as Ammis torques her submission. York is able to turn over, and reverse the pressure. Ammis tries desperately to get to the rope, but manages to unhook the submission.
Both women pull themselves up using the ropes. Ammis pushes forward towards York who nails another Energy Burst out of nowhere on Ammis. Ammis however is able to get the shoulder up at two much to the surprise of everyone in attendance. York looks frazzled as Ammis starts getting back to her feet. York limps towards Ammis who rolls up York with a school boy. York kicks out, and as the two women get back to their feet one final Energy Burst puts Ammis away. Zoe Ammis is eliminated. Sara Marie York is the sole survivor.
Winner: Jaime Quine, Sara Marie York & Tamara McFly via Energy Burst (3-2 Eliminations)
Shane Nelson, Zeus Maxmillion & Stevie Grayson vs Ozzie Golden & Pure Tradition
This one doesn’t even get off the ground as before the bell rings, Greg Black and Art Reed attack their opponents. Ozzie Golden never gets into the ring due to him admiring himself in his handheld mirror not paying any attention to the action going on inside the ring. First, Pure Tradition dispatch both Zeus & Stevie sending them into the guard rails outside the ring. Shane Nelson stands tall in the ring as Black & Reed slowly try to creep into the ring. As this happens, Sayeed Ali Jumps the guard rail, slides into the ring, and blasts Nelson from behind. Black & Reed follow suit joining Ali in a three man assault. The referee is forced to call this one off due to the attack making this a draw.
Winner: Draw via Pre-Match Assault. (No Eliminations)
Welcome The Supremacy
[The Guru makes his way down to the ring. He joins Black, Reed, and Ali in the middle of the ring as a chorus of boos rain down on them because of their vicious assault on their opponents. Guru grabs a microphone and starts to speak.]
G: That’s right, you can boo us all you like, it doesn’t matter, because we know the truth. We know who we are, and what we represent. To you people, we represent fear, we represent violence, we represent villainy. To us, we represent truth, we represent honour, we represent integrity. And we know we represent these things because of where we’ve been collectively in this business. And now… The Supremacy is here. Welcome to the new era in Canadian… Golden… Combat!
[The group all stand tall in the ring with Zeus, Stevie, and Nelson laid out on the floor at ringside. The group known as The Supremacy leave together as the fans continue to boo them as they leave.]
Bobby Thomas, Donte Dunn & Christian Price vs Dan DaLay, Gargantuan & Joey Poison w/Faith & Jenny Playmate
Donte Dunn starts this one off wanting Joey Poison. Poison doesn’t get in the ring though frustrating Dunn and giving Gargantuan the chance to bull rush Dunn. In true Gargantuan fashion, it’s throw after throw after throw after throw tossing Dunn around the ring like a rag doll. Dunn isn’t a small man either, so watching Gargantuan do what he does best is all the more impressive.
With Dunn on groggy legs, Poison is more than happy to get in the ring, and pick the bones so to speak. With each strike, Joey takes his time mocking Dunn, and jeering at the crowd. One jeer too many and Dunn is fighting back. Firing off shots at Poison sending him back towards his corner, Poison desperately tags out to DaLay. Dunn tags Thomas and these two brutes meet in the centre of the ring trading blows.
Thomas gets the up firing up on DaLay. Thomas is off the ropes, but isn’t paying attention to his ring position and gets clobbered from behind by Gargantuan. DaLay immediately gets to work slowing the pace focusing on the arm, and shoulder of Thomas. Quick tags between the villains keep Thomas grounded with Poison putting extra emphasis on taunting Dunn every time he’s in the ring. Dunn tries getting to Poison only to be stopped by the referee giving the villains more of an opening to work over Thomas.
Thomas starts to fight back on Gargantuan. He’s rocking the big man with shot after shot. Thomas is off the ropes, ducks underneath a lumbering clothesline and rebounds back with a clothesline of his own. Thomas hits a second that looks to bring the big man down. Thomas goes for one more but Gargantuan catches him in a crushing bear hug, and starts squeezing the life out of him. Thomas tries to fight it off but is forced to tap out due to the sheer strength of Gargantuan. Bobby Thomas is eliminated.
Dunn is in on Gargantuan, and he is going off. Gargantuan falls back towards his corner where Poison makes the blind tag. Dunn doesn’t see the tag and continues working over Gargantuan. Dunn successfully clotheslines Gargantuan over the top rope, landing on his feet on the floor. Poison rushes in behind Dunn, rolls him up with a school boy with a handful of tights. The referee counts the three, and Donte Dunn is out. Shocked at his elimination, Dunn slams the mat in anger, and leaves the ring. Donte Dunn is eliminated.
Price is in immediately, and blasts Poison right out of the ring. He knocks DaLay off the apron. Then he focuses on Gargantuan flying through the ropes hitting a suicide dive on the big man on the floor. Price is back in the ring and soars out with another suicide dive, this time to Poison. Price throws a third for good measure hitting DaLay. Price is revved up! He tosses Poison back in the ring. He’s looking to set up his Price Check signature only to be blasted by Gargantuan from behind. Gargantuan Loads Price up, and destroys him with a Choke Slam. Poison crawls over to pick up the pieces. Poison gets the pin, and the win for his team. Christian Price is eliminated.
Winner: Dan DaLay, Gargantuan & Joey Poison via Choke Slam (3-0 Eliminations)
Everyone’s Got A Price
[Gargantuan is standing over the broken Christian Price. DaLay is outside of the ring. The two look to each other. DaLay signals to Gargantuan to finish Price. Gargantuan lifts Price up by the throat. He says something inaudible to Price, and then absolutely wrecks him with his Ultimate Backbreaker. Price falls to a heap on the mat. Gargantuan walks over Price, and leaves with DaLay very pleased.]
Jack DeColt & Ian DeColt vs Ricky DeColt & Ryan Powell
It’s time for our volatile main event where family collides. Jack wants at Ricky, and isn’t making any attempt to make it a secret. Ricky has no interest stepping into the ring with Jack. A stark change from Ricky’s attitude recently. As the bell rings, Powell tries to get the jump on Jack, but is unsuccessful. Jack is teeing off on Powell. Ian gets into the mix as well and both DeColt cousins go to town on Ryan Powell as Ricky DeColt stands on the apron looking demoralized.
Ian is in now throwing a bunch of stiff kicks to the chest of Powell, something out of the ordinary for the usually brawl based Ian. He takes a few steps back looking for a big swing. Powell ducks under, and returns with a flatliner taking Ian down, giving Powell a chance to breathe. He tags in Ricky who goes right to work. Ricky uses every cheap shot in the book. Eye rakes, finger stretches, hair pulling, anything to get a rise out of Jack who is stuck on the apron. Ian tries to mount some kind of offence, but his inexperience does him no favours against his foes.
Powell is back in with Ian and he’s slapped on a rear chin lock, and is wrenching back with it. The referee is right there to call if Ian quits which of course he doesn’t. He gets the fans behind him, using their energy to work his way back up to his feet. Three shots to Powell’s gut, and Ian is free from the hold. His inexperience gets the better of him again though as instead of going for the tag, he hits the ropes to go on offensive. Powell is right there plunging his knee right into Ian’s sternum. Ian crumbles to the mat, and Powell is back on the hold once again.
Ian once again fights his way back to his feet. The fans steadily behind him, Ian finds an opening using it to land a high angle back suppler planting Powell on the canvas. It’s a race to get the tag. Ian slowly creeps towards Jack, Powell towards Ricky. Powell gets to his corner first tagging Ricky who rushes to get to Ian. He does, grabbing his foot, and trying to pull him away from an outstretched Jack. Ian uses the momentum however to kick Ricky off. Ian turns, jumps, and tags Jack who finally gets his hands on Ricky.
Jack fires off a ton of shots to both Ricky & Ryan as they both try to regroup and get back on offence. Jack is just too much for both of them tossing Ricky out of the ring. Jack and Ryan in the ring as Ryan falls into Jack who hits the End of Days on Powell!!! He covers, but the referee doesn’t make the count. Ryan Powell isn’t the legal man! Ricky is on the floor.
Jack goes out to grab him, and they brawl on the floor. Jack has the advantage with momentum clearly on his side. He tosses Ricky back in the ring. Ian is back up. Jack tags him in, and signals for Ian to prep his Identity Theft signature move. Ian heads up top, Jack sets up Ricky for the End of Days! Ricky slips out of it, pushing Jack into the ropes which knocks Ian off the top. Ricky sets up for a DeColt 45, but Jack sees it coming a mile away and catches Ricky with an End of Days. Jack makes the pin. The referee doesn’t count again noting now that Ian is the legal man, not Jack.
Frustrated, Jack tries to revive his cousin as the monster Prometheus heads to the ring. Jack see’s Prometheus coming, and catches him with a stiff shot knocking him off the apron. Jack goes to the floor to fight the monster. Ryan Powell hits Jack with a Star Treatment on the floor! Ian is up in the ring and turns into a DeColt 45 that catches him square on the jaw. Ian is out. Ricky makes the cover and gets the three count.
Winner: Ryan Powell & Ricky DeColt via DeColt 45 (Superkick)
[Ricky celebrates in the ring. Jack is back up and in the ring on Ricky. Jack fills Ricky with so many shots the crowd loses count. Prometheus grabs Jack pulling him off of Ricky. Now Jack & Prometheus are brawling. Jack looks like he’s got the upper hand when from out of nowhere Ricky is back nailing jack with a DeColt 45 square knocking him out. Ricky gets jacked up having caught his brother off guard. He directs Prometheus to finish Jack off. As this happens, Alex DeColt hits the ring. He’s pleading with his brother Ricky to stop this madness. Ricky & Alex come face to face. Ricky then backs off holding his hands up almost in submission. He steps through the ropes, and out onto the apron. Alex seems relieved that Ricky is backing off. Ricky then signals to Prometheus, and when Alex turns towards him, Prometheus’ might hand reigns down on Alex’s skull with his God Chop. Alex is out cold. Jack is out cold. Ricky DeColt & Prometheus stand tall in the ring over the fallen DeColts as the show comes to an end.]
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