Thursday, June 29, 2017

Podcast 6/28/17: On Chris Paul Trade, Phil Jackson, NBA Moves & Lavar Ball

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Wrestling Lockup With Brandon 6/29/17: NXT Recap

By Brandon Albright, @B_Rock1978

NXT is back this week with more exciting action! Two weeks ago we were left with NXT Women's Champion Asuka and Nikki Cross brawling throughout the arena until finally putting each other through a table. This week Asuka puts her title on the line against Nikki Cross one more time in a Last Woman Standing Match.

** This Weeks Card **

- "Velveteen Dream" Patrick Clark battled HoHo Lun.
- Oney Lorcan battled Hideo Itami.
- NXT Women's Champion Asuka defended her title against Nikki Cross in a Last Woman Standing Match.

- SAnitY sends a message to the NXT universe.

** NXT **

- "Velveteen Dream" Patrick Clark vs. HoHo Lun: The match closes out with Lun unloading on Clark, but Clark looks unfazed. Clark lands a boot and then a jackhammer on Lun. Clark goes to the top rope and hits the flying elbow drop to score the pinfall.
Winner: "Velveteen Dream" Patrick Clark, by pinfall.

- A video from earlier in the day shows Asuka arriving to the arena. Nikki Cross leaps onto the car windshield, but gets taken away by NXT Security.

- Backstage, William Regal informs The Authors of Pain and Heavy Machinery that they will both meet in two weeks with the NXT World Tag Team Championship on the line. Paul Ellering doesn't seem worried, but Regal puts Heavy Machinery over as NXT's possible next big things.

- Oney Lorcan vs. Hideo Itami: The match is thrown out as Lorcan lands a blow right to Itami's face, busting Itami's nose. NXT Medical check on Itami and tell the referee that Itami needs further assistance.
Winner: No Contest.

- Hideo Itami returns to the ring after being looked at backstage by the NXT Medics and demands his match with Oney Lorcan to continue. Lorcan returns and the match restarts.

- Oney Lorcan vs. Hideo Itami: The match closes out with Lorcan getting a near fall blockbuster. Itami tells the referee to check his nose again. Itami plays opossum to attack Lorcan, hit a couple suplexes and then a neck breaker on the top rope. Lorcan counters the Go 2 Sleep, but hurts his leg escaping. Lorcan ends up getting hit with the Go 2 Sleep on the second attempt and Itami scores the pinfall.
Winner: Hideo Itami, by pinfall.

- After the match, Hideo Itami calls out Kassius Ohno. Ohno arrives and he and Itami begin to argue. Nikki Cross suddenly distracts both men allowing Eric Young and Wolfe to attack from behind. Wolfe grabs a microphone and says that SAnitY ends forced friendships, pleasantries and lies. Dain says with chaos is how they end those things. Wolfe says that Eric Young is creating the master plan and he can't wait for it to unfold, but Nikki Cross will begin part one of that plan when she defeats Asuka tonight.

- "NXT Women's Championship, Last Woman Standing Match": Asuka (c) vs. Nikki Cross: The match closes out with Nikki hitting four straight fisherman's neck breakers, but Asuka is up at 9. Asuka kicks the title out of Nikki's hands as Nikki attempted to use it as a weapon. Asuka goes for a suplex from the apron to the floor on Nikki, Nikki counters and power bombs Asuka on a stack of chairs outside, but Asuka is up again at 9. Both ladies brawl up the ramp to the NXT stage. Asuka hits a forearm and then a flying hip attack puts Nikki down to the count of 7.
Nikki hits a swinging neck breaker on Asuka after draping Asuka on the barricade and gets another 9 count. Nikki hits Asuka with a ladder and then goes for a table. Nikki sends Asuka into the table then climbs the ladder. Asuka follows Nikki up the ladder and grabs her. Asuka hooks Nikki and hits a superplex on Nikki off the ladder and down to the arena floor, barely catching the announcers table. The referee counts, Asuka is up at 9, but Nikki is out for the 10 count. Asuka wins and retains her title.
Winner: Asuka, to retain the NXT Women's Championship.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wrestling Lockup With Brandon 6/28/17: Smackdown Live San Diego Recap

By Brandon Albright, @B_Rock1978

Smackdown Live was back again this week live in San Diego, California. Last week, Daniel Bryan officially stripped Carmella of her Money In The Bank briefcase due to the controversial finish of the match at WWE Money In The Bank. Tonight the rematch of Money In The Bank Ladder Match was signed for the first time ever live on cable TV. Which lady left Ms. Money In The Bank? Carmella, Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Nattie Neidhart or Tamina?

** Smackdown Live Card **

- WWE Smackdown Live World Tag Team Champions The Usos battled The Hype Bros. in a non title #1 Contenders Match.
- WWE Smackdown Live Women's Champion Naomi defended her title against Lana.
- Sami Zayn battled Baron Corbin.
- Carmella, Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Nattie Neidhart and Tamina battled it out in a Money In The Bank Ladder Match to determine a Ms. Money In The Bank.

- Smackdown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan hypes tonight's show only to be interrupted by an angry Carmella and James Ellsworth.

- Breezango returns with the Fashion Files, trying to figure out who destroyed their office.

- Randy Orton demands a rematch against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal.

- Mike and Maria Kanellis return after their Money In The Bank debut.

** Smackdown Live **

- Daniel Bryan Promo: Bryan hypes tonight's show and says he's proud of the Women's Division. Carmella and James Ellsworth interrupt. Carmella says she won Money In The Bank fair and square and this is the land of injustice not the land of opportunity. James Ellsworth tells the fans to shut up with the Yes Chants because they control Daniel Bryan like a puppet. Ellsworth says he used to look up to Bryan, but now all he sees is a gutless coward who can't go in the ring anymore so he made up his injury. Bryan changes his mind on banning Ellsworth from tonight's Money In The Bank Ladder Match and instead bans him from the arena. WWE Security arrive and Ellsworth tries to run. After trying to escape through the crowd, Ellsworth is finally grabbed and dragged off. Bryan wishes Carmella good luck in her match tonight to end the segment.

- "If The Hype Bros Win They Become #1 Contenders": The Hype Bros vs. The Usos: The match closes out with Jey delivering chops, but gets mowed down by a Mojo shoulder and clothesline. Mojo grabs Ryder and tosses him out onto Jey outside. Back in the ring, Jey connects with the enziguri on Ryder and Jimmy hits the Uso Splash to score the pinfall. After the match, The New Day interrupt and applaud The Usos for winning a match without running away. New Day challenge The Usos for WWE Battleground. The Usos accept even though they claim to have already beaten The New Day.
Winners: The Usos, by pinfall.

- The Fashion Files return with Tyler Breeze and Fandango interrogating Konnor. Konnor denies The Ascension destroying Breezango's Fashion Files office and state that they just wanted a spot on the card at Money In The Bank. Breezango return to their office and it's destroyed again proving The Ascension innocent.

- "WWE Smackdown Live Women's Championship Match": Naomi (c) vs. Lana: The match closes out with Lana taking control and hits a sit down drop on Naomi for a near fall. Lana gets frustrated that she can't put Naomi away. Naomi connects with a kick on Lana and then follows with the split legged moonsault for the pinfall to retain her title.
Winner: Naomi, by pinfall, to retain the WWE Smackdown Live Women's Championship

- Backstage, Becky Lynch says that Daniel Bryan did the right thing by banning James Ellsworth and having a redo on the Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match.

- Randy Orton Promo: Before Orton begins his promo, Orton gets rid of Aiden English with an RKO after English is in the ring singing. Orton says he's not leaving until he gets what he wants. Orton wants a rematch with Jinder Mahal or else he will find Mahal backstage and beat him down. Mahal doesn't appear so Orton goes to leave to search for Mahal, but gets interrupted by Shane McMahon. Shane tells Orton that he can't have him threatening the world champion and holding up the show. Orton is angry about Mahal touching his family and threatens to attack Mahal at every show. Shane says he understands what it feels like to have family attacked and promises Orton a title shot at WWE Battleground, but Mahal gets to pick the stipulation. Orton says he doesn't care because he's getting back his title. Jinder Mahal and The Singh Brothers interrupt. Mahal says Orton isn't worthy of a title shot and mocks Orton and his dad Bob Orton. Mahal says that The Great Khali has always been his hero so Mahal will defend his title against Orton in the match Khali created......a Punjabi Prison Match.

- Backstage, AJ Styles asks Daniel Bryan about Kevin Owens' US Open Challenge. Owens interrupts and asks Styles if he's complaining that he didn't get a title shot last week. Styles and Owens mock each other and then Bryan announces an Independence Day Battle Royal next week, with the winner becoming #1 Contender and getting their title match at WWE Battleground

- Mike and Maria Kanellis Promo: Maria says she's the first lady of the WWE and Mike introduces himself as Maria's husband. Sami Zayn suddenly interrupts, apologizes for the intrusion, but he has to go to the ring for his match.

- Sami Zayn vs. Baron Corbin: The match closes out with Corbin hitting a clothesline, but misses the second attempt and Zayn gets a near fall rollup. Both end up on the top rope where Zayn head butts Corbin to the mat. Zayn leaps off but rolls through on the landing. Corbin plants Zayn with End of Days to score the pinfall.
Winner: Baron Corbin, by pinfall.

- Backstage, Shinsuke Nakamura says Baron Corbin is dangerous but motivated by the fear of what Nakamura could do to him. Nakamura says that maybe it's best that Corbin is afraid.

- "Money In the Bank Ladder Match": Charlotte vs. Carmella vs. Nattie Neidhart vs. Tamina vs. Becky Lynch: The match closes out with Nattie hitting a sit down power bomb on Becky and then traps Carmella in the Sharpshooter submission. Charlotte hits a boot and then Natural Selection on Nattie that sends them both outside. Nattie sends Charlotte into the crowd and unloads on her. James Ellsworth suddenly appears out of the crowd and helps Carmella. Ellsworth again sets up the ladder and climbs up going for the briefcase. Becky kicks Carmella and then tips the ladder over sending Ellsworth flying off and getting crotched on the ropes. Becky climbs the ladder, but gets pulled down by Carmella and Becky injures her leg on the landing. Becky kicks Carmella away and again climbs the ladder, but Carmella comes back with a steel chair and wraps it around Becky's injured leg. Carmella then climbs the ladder, grabs the briefcase and becomes Ms. Money In The Bank.
Winner: Carmella, to become Ms. Money In The Bank.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Wrestling Lockup With Brandon 6/27/17: RAW LA Recap

By Brandon Albright, @B_Rock1978

A new week in wrestling is upon us as Monday Night RAW was live in Los Angeles, California at the famous Staples Center. Last week, Big Cass finally came clean that he was the one attacking Enzo the whole time. Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel joined The Miz as his new entourage. Elias Samson attacked Finn Balor from behind backstage after a face to face in the ring. Samoa Joe continued his path of destruction moving towards his WWE Universal Championship Match against Brock Lesnar at WWE Great Balls of Fire. What would this week's RAW have in store for us?

** This Weeks Card **

- WWE RAW World Tag Team Champions Sheamus and Cesaro and Elias Samson battled The Hardy Boys and Finn Balor in a Six Man Tag Team Match.
- Goldust battled R-Truth.
- WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel battled Dean Ambrose, Rhyno and Heath Slater in a Six Man Tag Team Match.
- Seth Rollins battled Curt Hawkins.
- WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville battled Lince Dorado in a non title match. 
- Bayley, Nia Jax, Dana Brooke, Mickie James, Emma and Sasha Banks battled in a #1 Contenders Gauntlet Match.

- Roman Reigns answers Braun Strowman's challenge of an Ambulance Match at WWE Great Balls of Fire.

- WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz returned with Miz TV with special guests the Ball Family of the NBA.

- Enzo and Big Cass meet face to face and talk about what happened last week when Cass turned on Enzo.

- The Beast Brock Lesnar returned this week seeking out Samoa Joe again before their WWE Universal Championship Match at WWE Great Balls of Fire.

** RAW **

- Roman Reigns Promo: Reigns talks about losing to Samoa Joe and then getting attacked by Braun Strowman. Reigns accepts Strowman's challenge of an Ambulance Match at WWE Great Balls of Fire and promises to drive Strowman straight to hell. An ambulance pulls into the arena and Reigns investigates it. Strowman suddenly attacks from the side and tosses Reigns across the stage. Strowman counters the Superman Punch and tosses Reigns into the side of the ambulance. Reigns gets tossed into the ambulance and it leaves with him inside to end the segment.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": The Hardy Boys and Finn Balor vs. Sheamus, Cesaro and Elias Samson: Actor Josh Duhamel was on commentary for this match. The match closes out with Sheamus missing a Brogue Kick. Finn Balor hits a suicide dive on Sheamus and Cesaro. Balor then hits a Slingblade on Cesaro and drop kicks him into the corner. Balor hits Coup de Grace on Cesaro for the pinfall as The Hardy's take out Sheamus and Samson.
Winners: The Hardy Boys and Finn Balor, by pinfall.

- We get another Shattered Dreams Video of Goldust. Goldust says it's showtime and the Golden Age hits Hollywood tonight. Goldust sends one last warning to R-Truth that the finishing touches are being added to the movie.

- Goldust vs. R-Truth: Goldust arrives with his own cameraman filming and uses him to block Truth so Goldust can get in a cheap shot. Goldust sends Truth shoulder first into the ring post and leaves Truth laid out.
Winner: No Contest.

- Backstage, Paul Heyman says the Staples Center will be on fire tonight when Brock Lesnar confronts Samoa Joe. Joe suddenly appears from behind Heyman and goes for the Coquina Clutch submission. Joe stops and tells Heyman he's saving the Coquina Clutch submission for Lesnar later and walks off.

- Backstage, Bayley picks her entry ticket from Kurt Angle for tonight's Women's Gauntlet Match.

- Miz TV with The Miz and Maryse: Miz introduces his guests tonight, LA Laker Lonzo Ball, his dad LaVar Ball and his little brother LaMelo Ball. The Ball's Big Baller Brand apparel is on display as they enter the ring. Miz congratulates Lonzo on being drafted to the Lakers. Miz gives props to LaVar and says it's an honor to sit with the Ball Family. Miz tries to strike a partnership with LaVar, but he says Miz is too low. Miz gets upset and has words with LaVar and claims to be the Michael Jordan of the WWE. Things get heated between Miz and LaVar as they take off their shirts and get ready to fight. Dean Ambrose suddenly interrupts wearing a BBB shirt. LaVar continues to talk trash to Miz as Ambrose mocks Miz from the stage. Miz stares down Ambrose which leads to their six man tag team match next.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": The Miz, Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas vs. Dean Ambrose, Rhyno and Heath Slater: The match closes out with Rhyno ramming Dallas in the corner. Rhyno hits a spinebuster for a near fall. Ambrose goes after Miz and chases him around the ring. Axel gets in a cheap shot on Rhyno allowing Dallas to roll Rhyno up for the pinfall.
Winners: The Miz, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, by pinfall.

- Enzo Promo: Enzo says he's tried to contact Big Cass all week, but Cass won't get back to him. Enzo says he doesn't care how stupid this idea is but he's calling Cass out right now to talk. Cass arrives and heads to the ring. Enzo says Cass was right about some of the things he said last week, he does talk more than he should, but he always had Cass to back him up. Enzo says they're brothers and that's something Enzo refuses to break. Enzo says they're family and he refuses to let Cass break their bond before winning the WWE RAW World Tag Team Championship. Cass says Enzo never knows when to shut his mouth, he's annoying and loud, he's always running his mouth, but Cass accepts that as who Enzo is. Cass apologizes for what he did to Enzo and they shake hands and hug. Enzo and Cass leave together and hug again on the stage. Cass suddenly turns and clotheslines Enzo on the stage. Cass mocks Enzo and tosses him down the ramp to end the segment.

- Big Cass confronts Corey Graves at the announcers table and says that Graves must have good dirt on Kurt Angle because Angle has issued a warning that Cass can't touch Graves.

- Seth Rollins vs. Curt Hawkins: The match closes out with Rollins hitting a boot on Hawkins and then a block buster. Hawkins catches another boot and gets a near fall rollup. Rollins kicks Hawkins in the mouth and then hits a knee to the face for the pinfall. After the match, Bray Wyatt appears on the TitanTron and announces that he and Rollins will meet at WWE Great Balls of Fire. Bray tells Rollins to give in to his true self or else he'll burn.
Winner: Seth Rollins, by pinfall.

- Backstage, Dana Brooke and Mickie James draw their entrance numbers from Kurt Angle for tonight's Women's Gauntlet Match.

- Backstage, Brock Lesnar arrives, meets with Paul Heyman and enters the building.

- Backstage, Sasha Banks draws her entrance number from Kurt Angle for tonight's Women's Gauntlet Match.

- Brock Lesnar and Paul Heyman Promo: Heyman says that now is the time for the Samoan dumbass to start fearing Brock Lesnar. Heyman hypes up Lesnar and says this is what we've been waiting for. Heyman introduces Brock Lesnar and out comes the champ. Samoa Joe suddenly attacks Lesnar from behind and goes for the Coquina Clutch submission. Joe has it locked as Lesnar hurls both of them into the LED board on the RAW stage. Joe keeps it locked and gets Lesnar to drop to a knee. Lesnar is about to pass out when The Revival grab Joe and drag him backstage, leaving Lesnar down and breathing heavy.

- Lince Dorado vs. Neville: Akira Tozawa watches from ringside. The match closes out with Dorado hitting a suicide dive on Neville and then a cross body for a near fall. Neville regains control by trying to unmask Dorado. Neville traps Dorado in the Rings of Saturn submission and gets the tap out win. After the match, Neville stares down Tozawa and dares him to get in the ring. Tozawa enters the ring, but Titus O'Neil interrupts and says Tozawa doesn't fight for free. As the newest member of The Titus Brand, Tozawa will face Neville at WWE Great Balls of Fire for the WWE Cruiserweight Championship.
Winner: Neville, by submission.

- Backstage, Emma draws her entrance number from Kurt Angle for tonight's Women's Gauntlet Match.

- Backstage, Paul Heyman admits that Brock Lesnar will have a problem if Samoa Joe gets the Coquina Clutch submission applied. Heyman says he's not worried because Joe will be taken to Suplex City and destroyed with an F5 when it's all said and done.

- Backstage, WWE RAW Women's Champion Alexa Bliss tells Nia Jax that there isn't a single woman in the Gauntlet Match that can bring her down. Alexa wishes Nia good luck, but Nia says she won't need it.

- "#1 Contenders Gauntlet Match": Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Nia Jax vs. Emma vs. Dana Brooke vs. Mickie James:

** Match #1: Bayley vs. Nia Jax: The match closes out with Bayley working over Nia's leg. Nia kicks Bayley into the corner, but Bayley goes to the top rope. Nia knocks Bayley off the ropes and to the mat. Nia hits the Samoan Drop on Bayley and scores the pinfall.

** Match #2: Nia Jax vs. Mickie James: The match closes out with Mickie hitting the Thesz Press off the top rope on Nia. Nia shoves Mickie away, but Mickie connects with the Mick Kick. Nia counters a DDT and shoves Mickie across the ring. Nia plants Mickie and scores the pinfall.

** Match #3: Nia Jax vs. Dana Brooke: The match closes out with Nia getting the quick pinfall on Dana with the leg drop.

** Match #4: Nia Jax vs. Emma: The match closes out with Emma hitting a drop kick and then unloads on Nia. Emma leaps off the top rope, but Nia catches her, hits the Samoan Drop and scores the pinfall.

** Match #5: Nia Jax vs. Sasha Banks: The match closes out with Nia countering the Banks Statement submission and hits the Samoan Drop. Sasha is able to roll to the ropes as Nia is slow to make the cover. Nia talks trash and attempts another Samoan Drop. Sasha counters and applies a modified Banks Statement submission while on Nia's back. Nia drops down to both knees as Sasha applies the pressure. Sasha keeps applying the pressure until Nia finally taps out. After the match, Kurt Angle raises Sasha's hand as Alexa Bliss arrives and raises her title in the air. Sasha drops Alexa, grabs her title and raises it in the air to end the show.
Winner: Sasha Banks, to become the new #1 Contender.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

On TV This Week 6/25 - 7/1

By Raven Williams, @nevaRWilliams


Pirates @ Cardinals (ESPN, 8pm)

Connecticut Sun @ Dallas Wings (NBA TV, 4:30pm)
San Antonio Stars @ Minnesota Lynx (NBA TV, 7pm)

CFL: Hamilton Tiger-Cats @ Toronto Argonauts (ESPN 2, 4pm)

NHRA: Summit Racing Equipment Nationals (FOX Sports 1, 6pm)
2017 BET Awards, hosted by Leslie Jones (BET/MTV/MTV 2/VH1/Spike, 8pm)
Hotel Transylvania: The Series, PREMIERE (Disney, 8pm)
Power, PREMIERE (Starz, 9pm)

Preacher, PREMIERE (AMC, 10pm)
Famously Single, PREMIERE (E!, 10pm)
Silicon Valley, FINALE (HBO, 10pm)
Veep, FINALE (HBO, 10:30pm)


Rangers @ Indians (STO, 7pm)
Cubs @ Nationals OR Rangers @ Indians (MLB, 7pm)
Rockies @ Giants (ESPN, 10pm)

BIG3 Basketball (FOX Sports 1, 8pm)

NBA Awards, hosted by Drake (TNT, 9pm)

The Top 100 Players of 2017, 10-6 (NFL, 8pm)
The Top 100 Players of 2017, 5-1 (NFL, 9pm)
Street Outlaws: New Orleans, PREMIERE (Discovery, 9pm)
Preacher (AMC, 9pm)
Talking Preacher (AMC, 10pm)


Rangers @ Indians (STO, 7pm)
Cubs @ Nationals OR Mets @ Marlins (MLB, 7pm)

Premier Boxing Champions (FOX Sports 1, 9pm)
Tales, PREMIERE (BET, 8pm)
Pretty Little Liars, FINALE (Freeform, 8pm)
Little People, Big World, FINALE (TLC, 8pm)

iZombie, FINALE (The CW, 9pm)

Team Ninja Warrior, FINALE (USA, 10pm)
I Am Jazz, PREMIERE (TLC, 10pm)


Rangers @ Indians (STO, 7pm)
Rangers @ Indians OR Cubs @ Nationals (MLB, 7pm)
Big Brother, PREMIERE (CBS, 8pm)

Hood Adjacent With James Davis, PREMIERE (Comedy Central, 9pm)

Huang's World, PREMIERE (VICE, 10pm)
Broadchurch, PREMIERE (BBC America, 10pm)
Younger, PREMIERE (TV Land, 10pm)
Lip Sync Battle: Uzo Aduba vs. Danielle Brooks (Spike, 10pm)
Lip Sync Battle: Ashley Graham vs. Jermaine Fowler (Spike, 10:30pm)


Rangers @ Indians (STO, 12pm)
Twins @ Red Sox (ESPN, 7pm)
Dodgers @ Angels OR Braves @ Padres (MLB, 10pm)

Seattle Storm @ Connecticut Sun (ESPN 2, 8pm)

2017 FIFA Confederations Cup (FOX Sports 1, 8pm)
Battle of the Network Stars, PREMIERE (ABC, 9pm)

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out (MTV, 9pm)

Zoo, PREMIERE (CBS, 10pm)
Cold Case Filers, FINALE (A&E, 10pm)


Indians @ Tigers (STO, 7pm)
Yankees @ Astros OR Nationals @ Cardinals (MLB, 8pm)

30 For 30
George Best: All By Himself (ESPN, 8pm)

XFINITY Series: Coca-Cola Firecracker 250 (NBC Sports, 7:30pm)

CFL: BC Lions @ Toronto Argonauts (ESPN 2, 8pm)

MLS: Orlando City SC @ Real Salt Lake (ESPN, 9:30pm)

BOXING: Oscar Negrete vs. Sergio Frias (ESPN 2, 10pm)

Los Angeles Sparks @ Atlanta Dream (NBA TV, 7:30pm)
Masters Of Illusion, PREMIERE (The CW, 8pm & 8:30pm)
Killjoys, PREMIERE (Syfy, 8pm)
BETX Top 10 Moments (BET, 8pm)
2017 BETX Celebrity Game (BET, 9pm)


Marlins @ Brewers (FOX Sports 1, 4pm)
Indians @ Tigers (FOX, 7pm)

NBA Free Agency Special (ESPN 2, 7pm)

Boxing: Manny Pacquiao vs. Jeff Horn (ESPN, 10pm)

Monster Energy Cup Series: Coke Zero 400 (NBC, 7pm)

2017 U.S. Senior Open, Third Round (FOX, 1pm)
2017 KPMG Women's PGA Championship, Third Round (NBC, 3pm)
Quicken Loans National, Third Round (CBS, 3pm)

United States vs. Ghana (ESPN, 5pm)
MLS: Portland Timbers @ Sporting Kansas City (ESPN, 7pm)

Home Run Derby (ESPN, 9pm)

CFL: Winnipeg Blue Bombers @ Saskatchewan Roughriders (ESPN 2, 9pm)

PBA Bowling: Oklahoma Open, Semifinals (ESPN, 1pm)
Swimming: U.S. National Championship (NBC, 1pm)
Track and Field: IAAF Diamond League: Paris (NBC Sports, 2pm)
MOVIE: Loving (HBO, 8pm)

Weekend 3 Count 6/25/17

By Brandon Albright, @B_Rock1978

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE brings you the Weekend 3 Count. W3C brings you wrestling news, rumors and recaps from around the wrestling world. You'll find news rumors and recaps involving WWE, NXT, Impact Wrestling, GFW, ROH, Lucha Underground, NJPW, House of Hardcore, NWA, ICW, CZW, FIP, AAW, EVOLVE, PROGRESS, SHINE, SHIMMER and any Indy promotion that I find an interesting story or a cool discovery in. Be sure to check out the W3C every Sunday afternoon at @TripleThreatCLE

** Theme Song Of The Week **
This week's theme song goes to the current Mr. Money In The Bank winner Baron Corbin.

*** WWE ***

- Money In The Bank: Be sure to check out my recap of WWE Money In The Bank from last Sunday and see how Baron Corbin and Carmella became Mr. and Ms. Money In The Bank.

- Mike and Maria Bennett Make Their WWE Debut For Smackdown Live: Last week at WWE Money In The Bank, Mike and Maria Bennett debuted for the Smackdown Live brand and going by Mike and Maria Kanellis. Mike and Maria appear to have a power couple gimmick that want to spread love to everyone.

- Big Cass Turns Heel: If you missed last week's Monday Night RAW, check out my recap of the show and see how Big Cass was revealed as the attacker that jumped Enzo from behind and why he did it.

- Carmella Stripped Of Money In The Bank: If you read my recap of WWE Money In The Bank you seen how the Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match ended in controversy. This past week on Smackdown Live Daniel Bryan stripped Carmella of the briefcase due to her controversial win.

- Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match Part 2: Daniel Bryan announced on Talking Smack Tuesday that not only will they have a do over on the Women's Money In The Bank Ladder Match on this week's Smackdown Live, but James Ellsworth will be banned from ringside.

- Triple H Throws Out An Invitation: This past week, Triple H personally invited both Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor to appear on a future episode of Monday Night RAW to promote their upcoming boxing match in August.

- WWE 2K18 News: Seth Rollins officially announced on ESPN that he will be on the cover of this year's WWE 2K18 video game.

- WWE's ECW Coming To WWE Network: WWE announced this week that they will soon be adding the first two years worth of WWE/ECW episodes to the WWE Network.

- More Mae Young Classic Tournament News: WWE announced this week that the following five ladies will officially be added to the Mae Young Classic Tournament this summer: Abbey Laith, Tessa Blanchard, Jazzy Gabert, Taynara Conti and Kavita Devi.

- Punjabi Prison Match Returning: Nothing has been officially announced as of yet, but there are rumors that WWE is considering bringing back the Punjabi Prison Match. The match if it returns would take place at WWE Battleground and would be Jinder Mahal defending the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Randy Orton.

** 205 Live Recap **
This week's main event saw WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville battle Rich Swann in a non title match.

- Backstage, Titus O'Neil interrupts Rich Swann and Akira Tozawa and offers a spot in The Titus Brand to Swann if he fixes his hair. Titus gives Tozawa a contract to join The Titus Brand, but Tozawa doesn't sign it. Titus says obviously Tozawa wants more money, so he'll draw up a new contract, let Tozawa think it over and he'll get back to Tozawa on Monday Night RAW.

- Jack Gallagher vs. Tony Nese: The match closes out with Nese hitting the ring post shoulder first and appears to be injured. The referee checks on Nese and goes to call off the match. Nese was playing opossum as he grabs Gallagher and sends him head first into the turnbuckle. Nese hits the running knee on Gallagher and scores the pinfall.
Winner: Tony Nese, by pinfall.

- Backstage, Noam Dar tells Alicia Fox on FaceTime that he wants to move on from Cedric Alexander. Alexander arrives and says the same thing. Dar tells Alexander that he's going to have to fish his own bag out of the bottom of the river. Alexander reveals that he has his bag in his hand. Dar realizes he was given the wrong information on which bag to toss into the river as Ariya Daivari appears looking for his $15,000 bag that his father bought him.

- Drew Gulak vs. Mustafa Ali: The match closes out with Gulak in control and trash talks Ali. Ali unloads, but misses an aerial move on Gulak. Gulak regains control and looks to finish off Ali. Ali suddenly pulls out a cradle pin and scores the pinfall on Gulak.
Winner: Mustafa Ali, by pinfall.

- Backstage, Austin Aries meets up with Jack Gallagher. Both men agree on forming an alliance with each other to try to be more successful on 205 Live.

- Backstage, TJ Perkins tells Rich Swann he doesn't appreciate Swann questioning his actions. Swann says they've been friends for a long time and he was just showing concern for Perkins.

- Neville vs. Rich Swann: Akira Tozawa is watching this match from ringside. The match closes out with Swann hitting a flying clothesline on Neville, unloads more offense and gets a near fall. Swann goes to the top rope again, but Neville cuts him off. Swann knocks Neville down and goes for a Phoenix Splash on Neville. Neville moves, causing Swann to crash on the mat. Neville traps Swann in the Rings of Saturn submission and gets the tap out win. After the match, Neville stares down Tozawa at ringside.
Winner: Neville, by submission.

*** NXT ***

- Mauro Ranallo Returns: WWE announced this week that former Smackdown Live announcer Mauro Ranallo will be returning to the company after a short hiatus. Ranallo will join the NXT commentator table for his return. Ranallo had taken a leave of absence from WWE at the beginning of the year after battling his personal demons dealing with depression. There were also rumors that JBL bullied Ranallo during their time together on Smackdown Live which made Ranallo's depression worse. Triple H and Ranallo met this past week and Ranallo posted the following on his Twitter page.

"THE NXT CHAPTER BEGINS! WWE and I mutually agreed to end my responsibilities on SmackDown having nothing to do with rumors about disputes. As I remained under contract with WWE, we discussed a variety of options. Despite originally agreeing to part ways, there was always a desire to continue working together. We have come to terms on a new agreement that benefits both WWE and me, and I am thrilled to announce I will now be part of the NXT broadcasting team."

MOMMA MIA!!! Welcome back Mauro!

- Bobby Roode To Defend The NXT World Championship: NXT announced that after their confrontation this past week on NXT, Bobby Roode will defend his NXT World Championship against Roderick Strong on the July 5th episode of NXT.

- Bobby Fish Makes His Debut: This past week during NXT TV tapings, former ROH wrestler Bobby Fish made his NXT debut.

- Axel Dieter Jr. Debuts: This past week during NXT TV tapings, Axel Dieter Jr., formally of PROGRESS Wrestling made his official NXT debut. Dieter was using his real name Marcel Barthel.

*** Impact Wrestling ***

** Impact TV Recap **
Impact was still showing their Impact tapings from India this week. This week's main event saw Impact World Champion Bobby Lashley and Ethan Carter battle GFW Global Champion Alberto El Patron and James Storm.

- Backstage, Sienna tries to get Laurel Van Ness to focus on their tag team match tonight against Allie and Rosemary.

- "Sony Six Way X Division Elimination Match": Trevor Lee vs. Davey Richards vs. Suicide vs. Braxton Sutter vs. Eddie Edwards vs. Matt Sydal:

** First Elimination: Sutter takes out Suicide, however, Lee sneaks behind Sutter, rolls him up with a handful of tights and scores the pinfall, eliminating Braxton Sutter.

** Second Elimination: Edwards unloads on Lee and Richards, saving Suicide from a double team. Edwards misses a charge and goes shoulder first into the turnbuckle. Lee hits a double foot stomp on Suicide and scores the pinfall, eliminating Suicide. 

** Third Elimination: Richards goes outside onto the floor. Edwards flies out and attempts a suicide dive on Richards. Richards grabs a steel chair and hits Edwards in mid air with it, getting DQ'ed.

** Fourth Elimination: Edwards grabs a steel chair of his own and unloads on Richards, getting Edwards DQ'ed as well.

** Final Elimination: We're down to Trevor Lee vs. Matt Sydal with the winner receiving the Sony Six Trophy. Sydal hits a standing hurricanrana on Lee and gets a near fall. Sydal tries another aerial offensive move, but eats a forearm from Lee. Lee goes to finish off Sydal, but Sydal hits a big roundhouse kick that stuns Lee. Sydal hits the Shooting Star Press off the top rope and scores the pinfall to win the Sony Six Trophy. After the match, Bruce Prichard, Scott D'amore and The Sony Six Pictures CFO Nitin Nadkarni come into the ring to present Matt Sydal with The Sony Six trophy.
Winner: Matt Sydal

- A video is shown from earlier of Rockstar Spud and Swoggle on the streets of India being separated.

- Backstage, Allie is worried because Rosemary isn't at the arena yet for their tag team match.

- Sienna and Laurel Van Ness vs. Allie and Rosemary: It looks like Rosemary was a no show until she suddenly crawls out from under the ring to help Allie. The match closes out with Allie getting distracted when both KM and Braxton Sutter arrive and brawl on the ramp. Allie gets knocked off the apron by Laurel. Sienna hits a german suplex on Rosemary and then hits the Curb Stomp to score the pinfall.
Winners: Sienna and Laurel Van Ness, by pinfall.

- Sonjay Dutt is shown on the streets of India celebrating his Impact X Division Championship victory from last week.

- LAX is shown discussing whether or not to attack Orlando wrestling promotions and take the promoters payrolls.

- Sonjay Dutt Celebration: Dutt arrives surrounded by Indian dancers and dances with some of them while heading to the ring. Dutt talks about how great it feels to finally becoming an X Division Champion, winning it in front of his friends and family and thanks the country of India. Low ki interrupts, but congratulates Dutt and says he won't make excuses because the better man won. Low Ki asks for a rematch and Dutt accepts, but wants a 2 Out of 3 Falls Match at Slammiversary. Low Ki accepts and then suddenly strikes Dutt to the mat and then does the same to Mahabali Shera who tries to help Dutt. Low Ki goes for the Warriors Way on Dutt, but Matt Sydal hits the ring and makes the save. 

- Mahabali Shera vs. KM: Shera shoves away medic that try to check on Shera after the Low Ki attack as KM hits the ring for their match. The match closes out with KM trying to get a quick pinfall. KM beats down Shera and goes after Shera's ribs. KM misses a springboard splash, allowing Shera to hit the Sky High and score the pinfall. After the match, Kongo Kong arrives and he and KM beat down Shera. KM plants Shera into the mat allowing Kong to hit a frog splash on Shera.
Winner: Mahabali Shera, by pinfall.

- Eli Drake and Chris Adonis Promo: Drake says he's sick of hearing the Moose chants and plans to do something about it at Slammiversary. Adonis says that Moose doesn't even deserve to be in any wrestling ring with him or Drake. Drake mocks Moose and says his mystery partner will probably be Bruce Prichard. Moose interrupts and admits that his partner isn't anyone currently in the Impact locker room. Moose announces the NFL's own DeAngelo Williams as his tag team partner at Slammiversary. A video package plays showing DeAngelo Williams and his signing with Impact Wrestling. After the video, Drake and Adonis attack and beat down Moose.

- Bobby Lashley and Ethan Carter vs. Alberto El Patron and James Storm: The match closes out with all four men brawling to the top rope. Lashley takes all three men down with a tower of doom spot. El Patron counters a spear from Lashley and Lashley eats the Last Call from Storm. El Patron unloads Si Kicks and then locks Lashley in the cross arm breaker submission. EC3 breaks up the submission, grabs his leather strap and whips the referee, DQ'ing his team. After the match, Storm chases EC3 backstage with his leather strap. El Patron takes out Lashley and celebrates with both the Impact World Championship and the GFW Global Championship. 
Winners: Alberto El Patron and James Storm, by DQ.

- Impact Icon Announcer Possibly Returning For Slammiversary: Wrestling Observer Newsletter revealed that longtime former Impact Wrestling play-by-play announcer Mike Tenay is being rumored to return at the Slammiversary event on Sunday, July 2nd. There has been no official word as of now.

- Talent Departures: Impact Wrestling officially announced the departures of Shane Helms, Al Snow and Simon Diamond this past week.

- Bobby Lashley Invites President Trump To Be In His Corner: Bobby Lashley recently sent out an invite to President Donald Trump for the July 2nd Slammiversary pay-per-view in Orlando. Lashley issued the Slammiversary invite to Trump after it was announced that Lucha legend Dos Caras will be supporting his son GFW Global Champion Alberto El Patron by appearing in his corner.


** ROH TV Recap **
This week's episode celebrated the 300th episode of ROH TV. This week's main event saw ROH World Heavyweight Champion Christopher Daniels, Kazarian and Hiroshi Tanahashi battle Will Ospreay, Gedo and Hirooki Goto of CHAOS in a Six Man Tag Team Match.

- A video plays showing Jay Lethal, Christopher Daniels and The Briscoes talking about what ROH and the first 300 episodes have meant to them.

- Silas Young and Beer City Bruiser vs. Bobby Fish and Jay Lethal: The match closes out with Fish and Young trading shots. Bruiser comes in and he and Young hit a wheel barrow stun gun suplex combo on Fish. Lethal comes in but suffers the double team next. Lethal hits Lethal Injection on Bruiser. Lethal goes for the Lethal Injection on Young, but Young counters, hits Misery and scores the pinfall.
Winners: Silas Young and Beer City Bruiser, by pinfall.

- The Kingdom (Matt Taven and Vinny Marseglia) vs. The Boys: The match closes out with The Boys hitting double drop kicks and follow that with a double plancha. Taven shoves Boy #1 off the top rope and then beats down Boy #2. Taven hits the Guerrero Special on Boy #2 and scores the pinfall. After the match, Marseglia scissor kicks the referee and The Kingdom send a warning to Team CMLL. Jay Briscoe then hits the ring and goes after The Boys, but Bully Ray and Mark Briscoe hold Jay back and try to calm him down.
Winners: The Kingdom, by pinfall.

- Punishment Martinez vs. Joey Daddiego: The match closes out with Daddiego trying to fight off Martinez, but Martinez ends things quick with the South of Heaven chokeslam for the pinfall. After the match, Cheeseburger and Will Ferrara try to check on Daddiego. Martinez attacks, hits South of Heaven on Ferrara and then attempts the Curb Stomp on Cheeseburger. Jay White hits the ring, brawls with Martinez and then clotheslines him to the floor.
Winner: Punishment Martinez, by pinfall.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": Hiroshi Tanahashi and The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Kazarian) vs. Chaos (Will Ospreay, Gedo and Hirooki Goto): Cody Rhodes was on commentary for this match. The match closes out with Ospreay accidentally hitting the OsCutter on Goto. The Addiction hit a springboard DDT on Ospreay. Kazarian hits a Stunner on Gedo and then Tanahashi follows that up with the High Fly Flow. Daniels hits the Best Moonsault Ever on Gedo and scores the pinfall. After the match, Daniels spits at Rhodes, forcing Rhodes to stand up from the table. Hangman Adam Page suddenly attacks Kazarian and whips him with a strap. Rhodes hits the ring and clotheslines Daniels. Rhodes beats down Daniels as Page hits Rite of Passage on Kazarian. Rhodes hits Daniels with his own finisher Angels Wings and then celebrates with the ROH World Heavyweight Championship to end the show.
Winners: The Addiction and Hiroshi Tanahashi, by pinfall.

- ROH Best In the World: Just a reminder ROH Best In the World was this past Friday. I will have the full recap of the show for you next Sunday on Weekend 3 Count.

*** Lucha Underground ***

** Lucha Underground TV Recap **
This week the 32 Person Cueto Cup Tournament continued.

- Fenix arrives to The Temple and dedicates his success in the Cueto Cup Tournament to Melissa Santos. Marty The Moth is then shown in the background watching Melissa.

- "The Cueto Cup Tournament Match": Cage vs. Vinnie Massaro: The match closes out with Massaro trying to use the metal gauntlet glove on Cage, but misses. Cage unloads on Massaro in the corner then hits the modified Brain Buster to score the pinfall and advance in the tournament. After the match, Cage puts his glove on and repeatedly beats Massaro with it and then choke slams him off the apron.
Winner: Cage, by pinfall.

- More hype videos of the upcoming Johnny Mundo vs. Rey Mysterio Lucha Underground World Championship Match.

- "The Cueto Cup Tournament Match": Marty 'The Moth' Martinez vs. Saltador: The match closes out with Marty hitting an Exploder suplex on Saltador and looks to be in complete control. Saltador tries to take advantage and gets a near fall small package on Marty. Marty hits an underhook suplex into a gutbuster to score the pinfall and advance in the tournament.
Winner: Marty "The Moth" Martinez, by pinfall.

- Backstage Mascarita Sagrada is prepping for his Cueto Cup Tournament Match. The Rabbit Tribe interrupt and treat him like he is their leader. Sagrada ignores them and walks away.

- At Marty "The Moth" Martinez's lair, Marty has a shrine dedicated to Melissa Santos. Marty talks to and licks one of Melissa's pictures as his sister Mariposa interrupts. Mariposa says that Marty's lusting for Melissa has made him weak and Mariposa will teach Marty a lesson should their paths cross in the tournament.

- "The Cueto Cup Tournament Match": Mascarita Sagrada vs. Pindar: The match closes out with Kobra Moon getting into the ring and distracting Sagrada. Sagrada grabs Kobra and lands a slap on her, before hitting a moonsault on Pindar for a near fall. Pindar hits an inside out power bomb on Sagrada and scores the pinfall to advance in the tournament.
Winner: Pindar, by pinfall.

- "The Cueto Cup Tournament Match": Mariposa vs. Fenix: The match closes out with Mariposa and Fenix trading shots until Fenix lands a kick. Both battle up to the top rope where they continue to trade shots. Fenix sends Mariposa flying off the ropes with a jumping palm strike. Mariposa misses a cross body block on Fenix and gets hit with the Fenix Driver. Fenix covers and scores the pinfall to advance in the tournament. After the match, Marty "The Moth" Martinez and Mariposa try to double team Fenix, but Fenix fights back and takes them both out with a suicide dive.
Winner: Fenix, by pinfall.


- Katsuyori Shibata Update: According to @STRIGGA of, Shibata has updated his blog, giving some more details about where his health is at after being diagnosed with a subdural hematoma from his April 9 match against Okada. He says the therapy is a "Heavy burden" on his body and his visibility has been impaired, having three eye surgeries thus far.

*** House of Hardcore ***

** House of Hardcore 27 Recap **
Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore returned to action this past week with HOH 27.

- JL Gold, Xander Sullivan, Lynx Lewis Jr. and Renegade defeated Alex Shepard, Jesse Daniels, Thirteen and Tim Kade in an Eight Man Tag Team Match.

- MVP defeated Bull James.

- Matt Cross defeated Andy Phoenix and Robbie Eagles in a Triple Threat Match.

- Billy Gunn defeated Jake Hager.

- Mohammad Ali Vaez defeated Tommy Dreamer in a Street Fight Match.

- The Young Bucks defeated The Spirit Squad.

*** FIP Wrestling ***

** FIP In Full Force Recap **
Full Impact Pro Wrestling returned with this year's In Full Force event. This year there were two world titles on the line. First up it was the FIP World Champion Fred Yehi defending his title against Joey Janela. WWN World Champion Matt Riddle defended his title against Jon Davis. FIP World Tag Team Champions The Hooligans defended their titles against Matt Tremont and Teddy Stigma. All that and more highlighted this year's show.

- Matt Stone vs. AR Fox: The match closes out with Stone defeating Fox by submission with a modified camel clutch.
Winner: Matt Stone, by submission.

- Parrow vs. Jimmy Lloyd: The match closes out with Parrow hitting Lloyd with a sit down Tombstone Piledriver to score the pinfall.
Winner: Parrow, by pinfall.

- Parrow's partner Drennen cuts a promo and states that Parrow is completely dominate. Drennen then promises that when Odinson returns in August no one will be able to stop the three of them. Mitch Mitchell interrupts, calls Drennen a bitch and says he doesn't back down from anyone. Parrow attacks Mitchell and tosses him outside as the locker room empties out. Parrow unloads on everyone and tosses bodies outside. Mitch Mitchell issues an open challenge to Drennen right now to be included in a Fatal Five Way Match. Drennen accepts.

- "Fatal Five Way Match": Drennen vs. Irish Jack vs. Mason Tyler vs. Mitch Mitchell vs. Vertigo: The match closes out with Drennen trapping Mason Tyler in a figure four leg lock submission and forcing the tap out for the victory.
Winner: Drennen, by submission.

- Priscilla Kelly vs. Aria Blake: The match closes out with Priscilla trapping Aria in a grounded octopus hold submission and forcing the tap out for the win. After the match, Aria attacks the referee and lays him out.
Winner: Priscilla Kelly, by submission.

- Timothy Barr cuts a promo and rips on women's wrestling. Barr says it's 2017 and women are just now figuring out how to wrestle. Kaci Lennox interrupts, slaps the taste out of Barr's mouth and then attacks him. Barr escapes and gives Kaci the bird as he exits.

- Anthony Henry vs. Maxwell Jacob Friedman: The match closes out with Henry hitting a frog splash to score the pinfall. After the match, Dontay Brown says he's finished working with Henry and is going to invest his money into the Women's Division. Brown announces Aria Blake as his new client.
Winner: Anthony Henry, by pinfall.

- Matt Tremont vs. Teddy Stigma: Both men decide to not fight each other and instead team up and challenge for the FIP World Tag Team Championship.
Winner: No Contest.

- "FIP World Tag Team Championship Match": The Hooligans (c) vs. Matt Tremont and Teddy Stigma: The match closes out with The Hooligans delivering the Con Chair Toe on Stigma to score the pinfall and retain their titles. After the match, Tremont and Stigma shake hands even though they lost. Stigma then turns and lays Tremont out with Death Stick.
Winners: The Hooligans, by pinfall, to retain the FIP World Tag Team Championship.

- Timothy Barr returns cutting another promo. Barr rips on Kaci Lennox and says that she just like the rest of the women in FIP are worth nothing.

- "FIP World Championship Match": Fred Yehi (c) vs. Joey Janela: The match closes out with Yehi laying out Janela on a steel chair with an STO. Yehi then applies the Koji Clutch submission and forces Janela to tap out to retain his title. After the match, Martin Stone challenges Yehi for a title shot. Yehi accepts the challenge and then gets laid out by Stone as a warning.
Winner: Fred Yehi, by submission, to retain the FIP World Championship.

- "WWN World Championship Match": Matt Riddle (c) vs. Jon Davis: The match closes out with Riddle trapping Davis in the Bromission submission and getting the tap out win to retain his title.
Winner: Matt Riddle, by submission, to retain the WWN World Championship.

*** AAW Wrestling ***

** Killers Among Us Recap **
AAW was back with their Killers Among Us show. AAW Heritage Champion Pentagon Jr. defended his title against Trevor Lee. AAW World Champion Sami Callihan defended his title against Michael Elgin. The show also included Abyss, Low Ki, Zack Sabre Jr., John Morrison (Johnny Mundo) and many other wrestlers.

- ACH vs. Garza Jr.: The match closes out with ACH hitting the Buster Call Brain Buster on Garza to score the pinfall.
Winner: ACH, by pinfall.

- Eddie Kingston vs. Jeff Cobb: The match closes out with Kingston delivering back to back spinning back fists to score the pinfall.
Winner: Eddie Kingston, by pinfall.

- "Fatal Four Way Match": Jack Crist vs. Chuck Taylor vs. Paco vs. Davey Vega: The match closes out with Crist hitting the double underhook destroyer on Paco for the pinfall.
Winner: Jack Crist, by pinfall.

- Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Matt Fitchett: The match closes out with Sabre trapping Fitchett in a Triangle Choke submission and forcing the tap out for the victory.
Winner: Zack Sabre Jr., by submission.

- Abyss vs. Low Ki: The match closes out with Abyss laying down thumbtacks and JT Davidson getting slammed on top of them. Low Ki rolls up Abyss from behind and scores the pinfall.
Winner: Low Ki, by pinfall.

- "AAW Heritage Championship Match": Pentagon Jr. (c) vs. Trevor Lee: The match closes out with Pentagon hitting a Package Piledriver on Lee and scoring the pinfall to retain his title.
Winner: Pentagon Jr., by pinfall, to retain the AAW Heritage Championship.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": Dezmond Xavier, Pete Wentz and DJ Zema Ion vs. Myron Reed, Stephen Wolf and Trey Miguel: The match closes out with Wentz hitting a moonsault on Wolf to score the pinfall.
Winners: Desmond Xavier, Pete Wentz and DJ Z, by pinfall.

- John Morrison vs. Brian Cage: The match closes out with Morrison landing a low blow on Cage and then hitting Starship Pain for the pinfall.
Winner: John Morrison, by pinfall.

- War Machine vs. ReDRagon: The match closes out with War Machine hitting a Pop Up Power Slam on Bobby Fish to score the pinfall in their AAW debut.
Winners: War Machine, by pinfall.

- "AAW World Championship Match": Sami Callihan (c) vs. Michael Elgin: The match closes out with Elgin getting a near fall Elgin Bomb. Callihan applies the Stretch Muffler submission, but Elgin escapes. JT and Jake Crist arrive to help Callihan, but Callihan orders them to leave ringside and refuses help. Callihan spits in Elgin's face and then gets hit with two rolling back fists. Elgin goes for the Elgin Bomb on Callihan, but Callihan escapes and scores a surprise rollup pinfall to retain his title.
Winner: Sami Callihan, by pinfall, to retain the AAW World Championship.

*** PWG ***

*Man On The Silver Mountain Recap*
The main event of the show saw Zack Sabre Jr. and Marty Scurll team up and battle Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish.

- Chuck Taylor vs. Trevor Lee: The match closes out with Taylor hitting a cross body on Lee to score the pinfall.
Winner: Chuck Taylor, by pinfall.

- "Triple Threat Match": Dezmond Xavier vs. Jason Cade vs. Jake Crist: The match closes out with Xavier hitting the Spiral Tap on Cade and scoring the pinfall.
Winner: Dezmond Xavier, by pinfall.

- Keith Lee vs. Lio Rush: The match closes out with Lee hitting the Spirit Bomb on Rush to score the pinfall.
Winner: Keith Lee, by pinfall.

- Unbreakable F’n Machines (Brian Cage and Michael Elgin) vs. War Machine: The match closes out with The Machines unloading a series of power moves on War Machine, allowing Cage to score the pinfall on Rowe.
Winners: Unbreakable F'n Machines, by pinfall.

- Sami Callihan vs. Matt Sydal: The match closes out with Callihan trapping Sydal in the Stretch Muffler submission and forces Sydal to tap out.
Winner: Sami Callihan, by pinfall.

- Jeff Cobb vs. Trent Beretta: The match closes out with Cobb hitting the Tour of the Islands to score the pinfall.
Winner: Jeff Cobb, by pinfall.

- Zack Sabre Jr. and Marty Scurll vs. reDragon (Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish): The match closes out with Sabre and Scurll getting the submission victory. After the match, Chuck Taylor challenges Zack Sabre Jr. to a title match at the July 7th show.
Winners: Zack Sabre Jr. and Marty Scurll, by submission.

*** Other ***

- GLOW On Netflix: Just a reminder the new Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling TV show premired this past Friday on Netflix. The show is based on the old 80's wrestling show with the same name. The plot revolves around a struggling LA actress who answers a casting call for a new wrestling show called GLOW. Johnny Mundo/John Morrison appeared in the pilot episode.

And that's this week's W3C! Join me every Sunday afternoon as I bring you news, recaps and rumors all around the wrestling world!