OWF Event #95
November 7, 2016 | Cincinnati, Ohio
The reigning OWF Tag Team Champions the Tamatoas came down to the ring. They talked about the new number one contenders Population Control. Then, Gary Kearns led his tag team down the isle. Population Control proceeded to dismantle the Tag Champs, leaving them laying motionless in the center of the ring.
Edgar O’Sullivan vs Dakudoragon
A rematch from last week saw a fast paced, high flying technical affair. Unlike last week, O’Sullivan pulled out the victory with a cradle piledriver.
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The scene cut backstage where Austin Briggs made two announcements regarding tonight and OWF #100. First, he announced that Population Control would get their OWF Tag Team Championship match at OWF #100. Briggs continued saying that the Cincinnati Homewrecking Crew would battle the OWF Women’s Tag Team Champions Kimber Stiles and Amber Moxley tonight in a non-title match, and if they beat the champions they would get a title shot at OWF #100.
Zoey Kiehl vs Carrie Kilgore
Zoey Kiehl impressed the Cincinnati crowd, defeating Carrie in a hard fought contest with the Blue Thunder Bomb.
After the match Zoey celebrated in the center of the ring, but was blindsided with a huge clothesline to the back of the neck courtesy of Roxi Haacke. Roxi pulled Zoey up and hit her with a devastating neckbreaker. Then, she whipped Zoey into the corner, shoulder first inbetween the turnbuckles and right into the steel ring post.
Roxi walked away from the ring as Zoey lie holding her shoulder and neck. EMTs came out to check on her as Roxi was all smiles on the entrance ramp.
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Hunter Chase vs Lafter w/ Lullaby
Hunter Chase controlled the match, obviously the better wrestler than Lafter. However Lullaby climbed onto the apron to distract the referee opening up the opportunity for Lafter to somehow spit what looked to be blood out of his mouth and into Hunter’s face. Chase stumbled back, obviously blinded from the substance. Lafter proceeded to hit his foe with the slingblade. Lafter then hooked be leg as Lullaby dropped off be apron. The referee made the count and Lafter got the three count.
Damien Bishop vs Kenny Bench
Two of the OWF’s big men going toe-to-toe. Kenny Bench brought everything he could, but a running big boot followed by a big sidewalk slam was enough to gain Bishop the victory.
The scene cut to Austin Briggs’ office where Hunter Chase entered, saying that he was tired of playing Lafter’s games. Briggs told Hunter that he understood and asked Hunter what he’d like to do. Hunter said that if he could have a one-on-one with Lafter without Lullaby at ringside that he thinks he could beat him fair and square. Briggs granted Hunter’s request for next week.
Kimber Stiles & Amber Moxley vs Cincinnati Homewrecking Crew
Hannah Rush and Kinley Bow really came out in fire wanting to earn their future title shot. Kimber and Amber controlled the match, definitely having the advantage in experience as well as wrestling skills. However Amber missed a flying elbow drop attempt which opened her up to Kinley hitting a Codebreaker for the three count.
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(c) Hayden Flowers vs Trey Hawkins
A very entertaining match. Both men showed off tremendous athleticism. Trey hit an ace cutter that seemed to stop the Champion in his tracks, but Hayden kicked out at two. Hawkins continued on the offensive until getting dropped on his head by an exploded suplex. Flowers took over the matchup and hit the Frog Splash for the three count.
After the match Hayden helped Trey up and they shook hands. A very nice display of sportsmanship from both men.