(aside from Prince, I am assuming that PWG will be booking around Cole and the Bucks commitments to ROH and New Japan and thus I will have use of them on every show). I'm also assuming that WWE will be nice and let people finish up their commitments like they used to.
ADAM COLE vs. DALTON CASTLE-
Cole wins clean
MARTY SCURLL & MANDREWS vs. ANDREW EVERETT & TREVOR LEE-
Scurll & Mandrews win clean
RODERICK STRONG vs. SAMI CALLIHAN-
Roddy once again demands that Justin Borden and not Rick Knox be the referee for his match, and he wins clean. After the match, Roddy cuts a promo saying that he wants his rematch with Zack Sabre Jr. at the next show, and his win tonight proves that he could have beaten Sabre Jr. if Rick Knox had kept his nose out of it. Adam Cole comes out and tells Roddy “I hate to break it to you, but the only way YOU can beat Zack Sabre Jr. is if I help you.” Roddy responds by criticizing Cole for failing to adequately soften Sabre Jr. up the night before the title match like he was supposed to, and they get into a bit of a shoving match before eventually calming down.
(the rest of the card stays the same)
In the build-up to Thirteen we have the Bucks cut some promo about how they are going to beat up Sabre Jr.’s British buddies, which leads to Scurll and Mandrews getting a tag title shot.
ADAM COLE vs. TOMMY END-
Cole wins clean
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Roderick Strong-
Once again we have Borden as the referee at Roddy’s demand. He takes a ref bump this time, but unlike last time, Rick Knox stays in the back. During the ref bump, first the Bucks and then Adam Cole come out to interfere. Zack does a great job of defending himself against the Bucks and takes them out of the ring, but Roddy starts to take it to him again. Cole also goes after Sabre Jr. but at a key moment Sabre Jr. ducks a superkick, which nails Roddy. Sabre Jr. disposes of Cole, then locks Roddy in the Young Boy Killer. Roddy is screaming that he quits, so Rick Knox finally runs out and calls the match for Sabre Jr. so that Zack will break the hold and Roddy won’t be hurt.
Roddy gets up and it looks like he is going to start screaming at Knox, but instead he starts screaming at Cole. They get into a big shoving match which is broken up by the Bucks.
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Young Bucks(c) vs. Marty Scurll & Mandrews-
We get another ref bump, which leads to both Cole and Roddy interfering. Eventually one of them accidentally hits the other and they start arguing. The Bucks try to break it up, but this allows the Brits to recover and Mandrews dropkicks one Buck into Roddy while Scurll dropkicks the other into Cole, then Scrull locks one Buck in the Crossface Chickenwing while Mandrews dives onto the rest of Mt. Rushmore to take them out and the legal Jackson brother taps out and the Bucks lose the tag titles. Their countryman, Zack Sabre Jr. comes out to celebrate with them.
More yelling between the various members of Mt. Rushmore commences backstage.
BOLA: NIGHT 1
(I have taken Trevor Lee out of BOLA and replaced him with Roddy. I have also replaced Pete Dunne with JT Dunn because I got the whole way through booking this tournament and its fallout before remembering that Pete Dunne is a British guy and it’s actually JT Dunn who is Chris Hero’s tag partner in Death By Elbow).
The show opens with Mt. Rushmore telling us all how united they are.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Jeff Cobb vs. Mark Haskins vs. Roderick Strong (w/Adam Cole & The Young Bucks)-
Roddy wins clean. Mt. Rushmore celebrate together after the match, although Cole doesn’t look so happy about it.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: JT Dunn vs. Tommy End vs. Mandrews-
The story of the match is End and Dunn trying to one-up each other. The announcers note that both men are tag partners with Chris Hero, and that Dunn earned this opportunity in BOLA based off of his performance at All-Star Weekend XII: Night 2, a match that he wasn’t supposed to be in, and only got booked at the last minute because Tommy End, who was scheduled to team with Hero in that match, got injured. Dunn wins clean, pinning Mandrews.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Fenix vs. John Hennigan vs. Jushin “Thunder” Liger-
Old man Liger surprises everyone by picking up the clean win.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Sami Callihan vs. Matt Riddle vs. Adam Cole (w/Roderick Strong & The Young Bucks)-
Cole waits on the outside, letting Riddle and Sami wrestle amongst themselves, picking his spots to run in and get involved. Roddy needles him to get involved. This annoys Cole, but the Bucks smooth things over. Cole wins clean, pinning Sami. Once again Mt. Rushmore celebrate together, but now it’s Roddy’s turn to not look quite so happy.
THE YOUNG BUCKS vs. TREVOR LEE & ANDREW EVERETT-
Bucks wins clean, pinning Everett.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Cody Rhodes vs. Dalton Castle vs. Pentagon Jr.-
Cody wins clean, pinning Castle.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Jack Gallagher vs. Kamaitachi-
Kamaitachi is his dick heel self while Sabre and Gallagher wrestle like gentlemen. The finish comes when Zack has Gallagher in the Young Boy Killer, but one Buck runs out to distract the referee while the other sneaks in from behind and nails Zack with a superkick to the back of the head, knocking him out. Kamaitachi takes advantage of this to swoop in and pin the PWG World Champion.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Chris Hero vs. Marty Scurll vs. Kyle O’Reilly-
Hero wins clean, pinning Scurll after an elbow. The announcers point out that both members of Death By Elbow have now pinned one of the tag champs tonight.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FIRST ROUND MATCH: Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay vs. Matt Sydal-
Let the craziness begin! It’s the main event so they can go out there and go nuts. Maybe you can play around with the fact that Sydal and Ricochet are tag partners. Ospreay wins clean, pinning whichever guy will make the combination of ROH, New Japan, and Lucha Underground the happiest (which I assume will be Sydal).
MARTY SCURLL vs. DALTON CASTLE-
Scurll wins clean
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SECOND ROUND MATCH: Jushin “Thunder” Liger vs. JT Dunn-
Another win for the legend as he continues his improbably deep run.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SECOND ROUND MATCH: Will Ospreay vs. Roderick Strong (w/Adam Cole & the Young Bucks)-
Early on we get a spot where Cole reaches in and tries to grab Ospreay’s leg right in front of the referee. Ospreay avoids it so there is no contact, but Roddy yells at Cole, asking “what the hell? Are you trying to get me DQed? Knock that sh*t off! I don’t need your help to beat this chump.”
Roddy eventually gets the clean win. The Bucks come in to celebrate with Roddy after the match, but Cole’s lack of enthusiasm is obvious. Roddy calls him out on this, and Cole retorts that if Roddy doesn’t appreciate his support during his matches, then he doesn’t want Roddy’s support during his matches and tells Roddy to stay in the back for his match, which is next.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SECOND ROUND MATCH: Chris Hero vs. Adam Cole (w/the Young Bucks)-
Cole wins after interference from the Bucks. After the match, Cole cuts a promo saying that his victory proves that Mt. Rushmore is united. Roddy comes out and gets pissy because Cole said this after specifically sending him to the back. They argue over which one of them is going to win BOLA. Roddy says that he is better than Cole because he took care of business on his own tonight while Cole needed the Bucks’ help to beat a guy who Roddy beat by himself back in January.
They start to have another shoving match but the Bucks gets between them. Zack Sabre Jr. then comes out and says that since Roddy was talking about the Young Bucks sticking their noses in other people’s business, he’d like some retribution for them costing him his chance to win BOLA last night, so he wants a singles match with one of the Bucks. Matt accepts the match while Nick heads to the back to play peacemaker between Cole and Roddy.
They go for about ten minutes with Sabre Jr. firmly in control before Cole and Nick run out for the DQ. Scurll and Mandrews come out to try to make the save but they are jumped from behind by Roddy, who was apparently lying in ambush right by the curtain. Hero comes out to even the odds and a wild brawl ensues. Cole grabs Sabre Jr.’s PWG World Title belt and looks to be lining Zack up for a shot with it, but Roddy grabs the belt away from Cole, thinking Cole just wants to pose with it. They get into a tug of war over the belt until Sabre Jr. takes them both out and reclaims what is rightfully his.
JEFF COBB vs. MATT RIDDLE-
MANDREWS (w/Marty Scrull) vs. NICK JACKSON (w/Matt Jackson)-
Nick beats Mandrews after some sort of heel shenanigans, probably involving a can of air freshener.
JOHN HENNIGAN vs. MARK HASKINS-
Hennigan wins clean
KYLE O’REILLY vs. JACK GALLAGHER-
Kyle wins clean
MATT SYDAL & RICOCHET vs. ANDREW EVERETT & TREVOR LEE vs. PENTAGON JR. & FENIX vs. SAMI CALLIHAN & TOMMY END-
End & Callihan pick up the surprise victory, pinning Everett.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SECOND ROUND MATCH: Cody Rhodes vs. Kamaitachi-
Cody wins clean. If you want to protect Kamaitachi a bit, you can have him cut a promo down the line saying he just decided to stay down because he already has a title shot coming to him for pinning the champ last night so he didn’t want to risk any sort of injury. You could even have him bury BOLA while doing this, saying that he doesn’t care about the tournament, just the title shot. Actually… yeah. Let’s do that. We’ll stick that promo on the end of this DVD.
ANDREW EVERETT & TREVOR LEE vs. SAMI CALLIHAN & TOMMY END vs. reDRagon-
I’d bring Fish in unannounced just for this one show. His ROH contract forbids him from working non-PWG shows in North America, and the rest of the New Japan junior heavyweights are here, plus it’s a Sunday, so I highly doubt he’ll have any other bookings.
End & Callihan pick up another win in a multi-team match. Once again it’s Everett who they get the pin on.
MATT RIDDLE vs. JACK GALLAGHER-
Riddle wins clean.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SEMI-FINAL MATCH: Adam Cole vs. Roderick Strong-
The Bucks promise to stay out of this and let Cole and Roddy decide it amongst themselves… which of course means that they eventually come out and screw someone. In this case, it’s Roddy. Roddy gets beaten down after the match and kicked out of Mt. Rushmore. Sabre Jr., Scurll, & Mandrews come out to make the save. Sabre Jr. says that he respects Roderick Strong for their great matches together and for stopping Cole from hitting him with his own title belt last night. He, too, wants a piece of the Young Bucks, and if Roddy is willing, Zack would like Roddy to be his partner tonight to face off against them. Roddy accepts.
Death By Elbow come out and note that they each pinned one of the tag champs in the first round, so they deserve a title match. They want it right now. Scurll & Mandrews accept, so we get…
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Marty Scurll & Mandrews(c) vs. Death By Elbow-
Hero & Dunn def. Scurll & Mandrews to win the PWG World Tag Team Titles
FENIX vs. RICOCHET vs. KAMAITACHI vs. PENTAGON JR. vs. WILL OSPREAY vs. MARK HASKINS-
Spots. It will probably contrast nicely with the slower pace that the next match will probably have. Ricochet picks up the win, pinning anyone but Kamaitachi.
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES SEMI-FINAL MATCH: Cody Rhodes vs. Jushin “Thunder” Liger-
Cody wins clean, ending Liger’s underdog run.
JOHN HENNIGAN vs. MATT SYDAL-
Because we all know this will be totally nuts
JEFF COBB vs. DALTON CASTLE-
A slower paced match with some possible comedy to slow things back down before the big double main event.
RODERICK STRONG & ZACK SABRE JR. vs. THE YOUNG BUCKS-
Bucks win, using some sort of nefarious tactics to beat Roddy (ideally I’d find a way to do this after the BOLA finals so we could have Cole either interfere or be involved in a post-match beat-down, but that would telegraph the finish of BOLA a bit, and I’d like both avoid doing that and not having the BOLA finals as the main event of BOLA).
BATTLE OF LOS ANGELES FINAL MATCH: Adam Cole def. Cody Rhodes-
Maybe clean, maybe not. Depends on how well Cody does in his other matches and if you want to bring him back after this.
PWG MYSTERY VORTEX IV:
Today’s show starts out with a four-team elimination match for a future shot at the PWG World Tag Team Titles (for this one match, the current tag champs, Chris Hero & JT Dunn, are unable to be selected):
FOUR TEAM ELIMINATION MATCH FOR A FUTURE SHOT AT THE PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLES: Zack Sabre Jr. & Drew Galloway vs. Sami Callahn & Dalton Castle vs. Matt Sydal & ACH vs. Kyle O’Reilly & Will Ospreay-
The announcers would push the fact that ACH & Sydal have a bit of an advantage because they have teamed for a while in ROH. The big shock here would be that the first team out is Galloway & Sabre Jr., when PWG World Champion Zack Sabre Jr. taps out while simultaneously locked in an arm submission by Kyle O’Reilly and a Stretch Muffler by Sami Callihan. Galloway is very unhappy at having been eliminated.
The match continues, with Sydal pinning Castle and ACH pinning Ospreay to make ACH & Sydal your winners. I’d have them for all out in this match and have it go a total of twenty-five minutes.
TIMOTHY THATCHER vs. JACK GALLAGHER-
Thatcher wins clean in a match that should bring the pace down to something slower.
BOBBY FISH vs. RICOCHET vs. ADAM COLE vs. JOEY RYAN-
Ricochet wins clean, pinning Joey Ryan.
TREVOR LEE & ANDREW EVERETT vs. BEST FRIENDS-
Best Friends win clean when Chuck Taylor pins Everett after rolling out of the way of his flippy finisher and then pinning him.
JT DUNN vs. TOMMY END-
End wins clean via KO elbow strike. After the match End gets in Dunn’s unconscious face to talk some trash. Chris Hero comes out to get End to back off, which leads to Sami Callihan coming out and getting in Hero’s face.
#1 CONTENDERSHIP MATCH: The Young Bucks vs. Marty Scurll & Mandrews-
Before this match they trade promos noting that they both still want their contractually obligated rematches for the PWG World Tag Team Titles and agree that whoever wins will get their shot first. They wind up having an out of control brawl/dive-fest that results in a double DQ.
Roddy comes out and cuts a promo saying that seeing as how the card hasn’t really been finalized yet, he’d like to make a challenge to one of the three guys left in the back. He calls out Kamaitachi and says that he doesn’t like the fact that Kamaitachi disrespected the tournament that he has spent so many years trying to win, so now he wants to teach Kamaitachi a lesson…
KAMAITACHI vs. RODERICK STRONG-
They have a solid ten minute match until Roddy hits a big backbreaker and starts to take over. He hits a big series of moves for a false finish, at which point he starts yelling at the ref, even backing him into a corner, screaming that there was no way that was only a two count. While this is happening, Cole sneaks up behind Roddy and dropkicks him forward into referee Justin Borden for a ref bump. Cole goes after Roddy but Roddy fights back and Cole bails. Roddy fights Kamaitachi off as well and locks in the Strong Hold when the referee awakens and disqualifies Roddy.
A furious Roddy grabs the mic and says he is tired of Cole’s bullsh*t and demands that Cole come out and face him right now. Cole does, so we get…
ADAM COLE vs. RODERICK STRONG-
They have a long brawl and we eventually get a ref bump. While Justin Borden is down, Roddy has a visual pinfall on Cole. Rick Knox runs out to make the count, but Cole kicks out at two. They brawl some more before the Bucks come out and cause a DQ. Scurll and Mandrews make the save, and we get a brawl with a bunch of weapons to make the fans happy, with the babyfaces coming out on top.
CHRIS HERO vs. CODY RHODES-
Hero wins clean.
At the end of the DVD we get a promo from Roddy saying that he had Cole beat, and if he had the #1 contender beat, that means he should be the #1 contender. We get a promo from Cole in which he vows to regain the PWG World Title and also to rid PWG of the scourge of Roderick Strong.
Because of his disrespect for BOLA, PWG has decided to book Kamaitachi against two former BOLA winners at All-Star Weekend XIII. On the first night he’ll face Kyle O’Reilly and on the second night he’ll face Ricochet.
Because neither team won the #1 contendership match at the October show, the PWG Board of Directors has decided that both Scurll/Mandrews and the Young Bucks will get their title rematches at the same time, at All-Star Weekend XIII: Night 1.
Chuck Taylor, who has been undefeated all year, will get a shot at the PWG World Title at All-Star Weekend XIII: Night 1.
The main event for All-Star Weekend XIII: Night 1 will be one of the biggest matches in PWG history: A Guerrilla Warfare match to settle the score between Adam Cole and Roderick Strong once and for all… and the loser must leave PWG for ONE YEAR (or two years, or whatever you want)… UNLESS he wins his next shot at the PWG World Title. For Roddy that title shot will be at All-Star Weekend XIII: Night 2, while for Cole, he will get his title shot for winning BOLA at the first PWG show of 2017.
ALL-STAR WEEKEND XIII: NIGHT 1:
SAMI CALLIHAN & TOMMY END vs. WRESTLING’S CUTEST TAG TEAM vs. TREVOR LEE & ANDREW EVERETT-
End & Callihan dominate most of the match and pick up the decently quick win in nine minutes when Callihan pins Everett.
KYLE O’REILLY vs. KAMAITACHI-
Kamaitachi wins via roll-up with his feet on the ropes for illegal leverage.
BOBBY FISH vs. DREW GALLOWAY-
Fish wins clean
Before the tag title match starts, Sami Callihan & Tommy End come out. They cut a promo pointing to the fact that they are undefeated since they formed, with three wins in multi-team matches, as well as the fact that Tommy End pinned one half of the PWG World Tag Team Champions JT Dunn at the last PWG show and say they should be entered into tonight’s tag title match. They have already wrestled tonight so all of the other teams are fine with it, so we get…
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Death By Elbow(c) vs. The Young Bucks vs. Marty Scurll & Mandrews vs. Sami Callihan & Tommy End-
End & Callihan pull off the upset victory when Sami pins Mandrews after the cinderblock.
JACK EVANS vs. DALTON CASTLE-
Don’t care who wins
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Chuck Taylor-
Chuck gets some big false finishes in, but Zack retains the title after a soccer kick.
ACH, MATT SYDAL, & RICOCHET vs. CHAOS (Will Ospreay & Roppongi Vice)-
GUERRILLA WARFARE LOSER LEAVES PWG FOR ONE YEAR (UNLESS HE WINS HIS NEXT TITLE MATCH): Roderick Strong vs. Adam Cole-
Cole wins clean in a crazy match.
ALL-STAR WEEKEND XIII: NIGHT 2:
TREVOR LEE & ANDREW EVERETT vs. JACK EVANS & DALTON CASTLE-
Jack & Dalton get the win, pinning Everett. After the match, Lee attacks Everett, blaming him for all of their losses and saying he is such a bad partner he couldn’t even mange to not lose against two guys who have never teamed before.
reDRagon & WILL OSPREAY vs. MOUNT RUSHMORE 2.0 (Adam Cole & the Young Bucks)-
Cole & the Young Bucks win when Cole pins Ospreay. Let them go all out. It’s only the second match on the card, but we’ve got a comedy match up next in…
WRESTLING’S CUTEST TAG TEAM vs. ROPPONGI VICE-
I guess RPG Vice win. It should be a good comedy match.
We get a backstage promo from Kyle O’Reilly hinting that if Roddy wins tonight, he’ll do what Roddy did to him two years ago and challenge him to a world title match (which he says he is owed for making Sabre Jr. tap out at the October show) right then and there.
KAMAITACHI vs. RICOCHET-
Kamaitachi wins via cheating
MATT SYDAL & ACH vs. MARTY SCURLL & MANDREWS-
ACH & Sydal def. Mandrews & Scurll. After the match, the Bucks come out and attack Scurll and Mandrews because they were the ones who got pinned in the tag title match last night and thus cost the Bucks their title shot.
DREW GALLOWAY vs. CHUCK TAYLOR-
Chuck rolls Galloway up for the win. After the match, Galloway snaps and attacks Chuck Taylor. The announcers tell us that Drew is clearly jealous of Chuck’s success in PWG in 2016 while Drew has had very little.
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Sami Callihan & Tommy End(c) vs. Death By Elbow-
Death By Elbow cash in their rematch and win the belts back the night after losing them. Dunn pins End after a KO elbow.
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH IN WHICH IF RODDY DOESN’T WIN THE TITLE, HE MUST LEAVE PWG FOR A YEAR: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Roderick Strong-
Early on Mt. Rushmore come out and attack both guys to cause a double DQ in an attempt to screw Roddy over but Excalibur says that the PWG Board of Directors just sent him a text saying that the match will be restarted, and if the Bucks or Cole get involved in this match in any way, they will be banned from PWG for life.
Zack eventually picks up the win. Roddy is about to give his big goodbye speech (so he can go to WWE) but the Bucks and Cole attack him, trying to ruin his moment. The whole locker room comes out to make the save and the Bucks are chased away. Then we get the ROH goodbye with the whole locker room listening to Roddy’s speech.
SAMI CALLIHAN vs. BOBBY FISH-
We are told that the original version of tonight’s card had Sami Callihan and Tommy End getting their rematch against Death By Elbow, but Tommy End went to WWE. The PWG Board of Directors offered Sami any replacement partner he wanted, but Sami told them he wanted a singles match.
TREVOR LEE vs. ANDREW EVERETT-
Everett almost wins but Lee cheats to beat him.
JOEY RYAN vs. KAMAITACHI-
Kamaitachi beats Joey clean, defeating yet another former BOLA winner.
THE YOUNG BUCKS vs. MICHAEL ELGIN & CHUCK TAYLOR-
The Bucks win clean, pining Taylor. After the match, Zack Sabre Jr. comes out and delivers a message to the Bucks from Scurll & Mandrews: they want a match with the Bucks at the next show… in a ladder match!
KYLE O’REILLY vs. DALTON CASTLE-
Kyle wins clean
DREW GALLOWAY vs. TRENT?-
Drew wins clean. He also beats Trent? up afterwards but Chuck Taylor makes the save.
RICOCHET vs. MARK HASKINS-
Ricochet wins this flip-fest clean.
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Death By Elbow(c) vs. Matt Sydal & ACH-
Death By Elbow win clean to retain.
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Adam Cole-
Zack wins clean to retain.
The PWG Board of Directors makes the Scurll & Mandrews vs. Young Bucks ladder match not only official, but also a #1 contenership match
DREW GALLOWAY vs. CHUCK TAYLOR-
Drew wins clean.
KYLE O’REILLY vs. MICHAEL ELGIN-
Kyle wins clean.
DALTON CASTLE vs. JOEY RYAN-
Does it matter who wins?
ADAM COLE vs. KAMAITACHI-
Kamaitachi not only wins, but also smashes Cole’s BOLA trophy (which he is carrying around with him because he is in denial about his loss to Sabre Jr. at the last show).
DEATH BY ELBOW vs. ROPPINGI VICE-
Death By Elbow win clean.
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Sami Callihan-
Zack wins via roll-up to retain, but not before there is a ref bump and Sami gets a visual pinfall on him.
#1 CONTENDERSHIP LADDER MATCH: The Young Bucks vs. Marty Scurll & Mandrews-
Bucks win clean.
DREW GALLOWAY vs. DALTON CASTLE-
Angry Drew wins clean.
SAMI CALLIHAN vs. BRIAN CAGE-
Sami wins clean.
KYLE O’REILLY vs. JOEY RYAN-
Kyle wins this sleaze-fest as cleanly as you can possibly win a sleaze-fest.
PWG WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Death By Elbow(c) vs. The Young Bucks (w/Adam Cole)-
Death By Elbow win clean, despite Cole’s many attempts to interfere.
TRENT? vs. MICHAEL ELGIN-
Elgin wins clean
RICOCHET vs. ACH vs. BOBBY FISH vs. CHUCK TAYLOR-
Ricochet wins clean, pinning ACH
WILL OSPREAY vs. ADAM COLE-
Ospreay wins clean. After the match, the Bucks come out and turn on Cole. They say they blame him for them losing the tag titles just as much as they blame Roddy, but they thought Cole winning BOLA and then winning the PWG World Title would help them get enough power to get another tag title shot… but now that Cole has proved that he can’t do that and now that he has failed to help them regain the tag titles, that he is of no use them.
PWG WORLD TITLE MATCH: Zack Sabre Jr.(c) vs. Kamaitachi-
Sabre wins clean on behalf of BOLA winners everywhere.
Some possible directions for the future:
1. Kyle has a title shot he is owed
2. Ricochet has been built up for a title shot as well.
3. It’s possible that Sami Callihan joins the Young Bucks to form the next Mt. Rushmore (which could just be called “Mt. Rushmore 3” because there are only three of them). The angle would be that Sami is annoyed that Tommy End left him high and dry to go to WWE, so now he is teaming up with guys who he knows will always have his back because they’ll never go to WWE.
The sky is the limit
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