OWF Event #105
January 16, 2017
The show opened up with the cameras backstage filming a violent brawl between Erika Storm and Hope Jamison, and the group of Lisa Ann Graves, Nikki Griffin and Sierra St James. The two groups had been feuding for quite sometime, and Erika and Hope had promised a surprise tonight at OWF #105. But the night definitely was taking a turn for the worst for Erika and Hope.
Tadashi Akawa vs Trey Hawkins
Athletic matchup with Tadashi getting the three count with the Michinoku Driver.
Juno Frost vs Cosmic Cupcake
Both women hit some really impressive moves, but Juno hit the Spinning Codebreaker from the middle turnbuckle for the three count.
Juno took the microphone after the match and told Fiona Burke that she was going to take the OWF Women’s Title soon.
Austin Briggs was shown backstage. He announced that next week at OWF #106 Hunter Chase and Izzy Laroo would face Lafter and Lullaby in a mixed-tag match.
Matt Thatcher vs JJ Perry
A back and forth match that saw Thatcher use his power to gain an advantage. But it was Perry hitting a moonsault for the pinfall.
Jaqueline Aulstrike vs Lanie Robinson
Jaqueline hit a few devastating clothesline, and hit Lanie with the Pop-Up Powerbomb for the three count.
After the match the Cincinnati Homewrecking Crew came down and attacked. They seemed to get the best of Aulstrike until she hit them both with an incredible double clothesline. Jaqueline then left the ring.
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The scene now cut to ringside where the OWF crowd was shocked to see Michael Graham come down the isle. Graham announced that he had spoken with Austin Briggs, and that in a couple weeks that his client, Deshaun Reed would challenge Blaine Edwards for the OWF Championship! Deshaun came out looking very confident, and said that Blaine’s days as Champion were numbered.
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(c) Malakai vs Kanoa Tamatoa
A very good match with a lot of respect between the two. Kanoa had experienced a lot of success in the Tag Team division, but looked to add some extra gold to his resume. The match with athletic. It was exciting. And the Cincinnati crowd loved it, cheering both men on. It was a back and forth match, but it was Malakai hitting his finisher You Didn’t Learn That in School for the three count.