OWF Event #113
March 13, 2017
The show opened up with clips of the FFP Tour of Japan, especially OWF wrestler JJ Perry as well as former OWF superstars Hayden Flowers and Blaine Edwards. Just proof that the OWF is building the stars of tomorrow!
Tadashi Akawa vs Dakudoragon
Fast paced non-stop match the whole way. The Cincinnati crowd was pumped. Tadashi planted Dakudoragon with the Michinoku Driver for the three count.
Population Control vs Dixon Boys
The Dixon Boys weren’t afraid to brawl. They took the fight to Population Control. But the size difference was too much. Zeke planted Tucker Dixon with a powerbomb for the three count.
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Roxi Haacke vs Lanie Robinson
Another back and forth match that saw two completely different styles clash. Roxi was all power while Lanie was all technical wrestling. In this occasion, power won when Roxi planted Lanie with a running powerslam for the three count.
In the Ring
Hunter Chase came out. He took a microphone and said that enough was enough. He demanded that Lafter and Lullaby come out to the ring right now and bring Izzy Laroo with them.
The video screen on the entrance then showed a dark room. Lafter was in plain view. He stepped up close to the camera, and whispered to Hunter. He said that next week he would show Hunter and the world Izzy Laroo.
Lafter stepped away and it was revealed that quite a way behind him was Izzy, standing with her back turned to the camera, not moving. It looked as if Lafter was standing in front of her.
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Cincinnati Home Wrecking Crew vs DARE w/ Juno Frost
Obviously DARE having the OWF Women’s Champion in their corner was a plus. The rookie tag team of the Cincinnati Home Wrecking Crew performed well, but DARE seemed to mesh just a little bit better as a tag team. They hit an innovative tag team maneuver where Rosie held Kinley up by wrapping her arms around her stomach, Kinley facing the floor. Dahlia then hit the ropes, jumped over her partner and planted Kinley with a Fameasser. Dahlia then hooked Kinley’s leg and got the three count.
After the match Juno got into the ring and congratulated her stablemates. Juno then stood in the center of the ring while Dahlia and Rosie dropped to their knees at the feet of the OWF Women’s Champion.
#1 Contender Battle Royal
The battle royal featured nearly every OWF wrestler. A lot of action, with some guys being tossed out by a single guy, while others took several. The final four came down to Matt Thatcher, Damien Bishop, Trey Hawkins and Edgar O’Sullivan. O’Sullivan was eliminated by Trey Hawkins who got dumped out of the ring by Damien Bishop. It all came down to Damien and Matt Thatcher. They battled back and forth, trying to dump the other over the top. Bishop got the upperhand with a big boot and a chokeslam. He then clotheslined Thatcher over the top. Bishop was the winner, and new number one contender.
Bishop took the microphone, and demanded that he get his OWF Title match right now. He said he wouldn’t leave the OWF Arena until he got his shot.
Michael Graham and the OWF Champion Deshaun Reed came out. They talked back and forth with Damien until Duncan Wright came out. The OWF Commissioner said that if Bishop wanted the shot now, even after a grueling battle royal, that that’s what he would get!
(c) Deshaun Reed w/ Michael Graham vs Damien Bishop
The match starts out both men trading punches. Damien was obviously the brawler of the two, but Deshaun was ready for a brawl as well. And with Bishop already being warn down a little, Deshaun thought he could get an edge. But a huge clothesline that sent him crashing to the mat where his head violently slammed down, turned the tables for Damien Bishop. Bishop pulled Reed up and planted him with his finisher, the Powerbomb. Bishop pinned the OWF Champion. The Cincinnati crowd stood. Would there be a new Champion this fast?!
Deshaun kicked out at two. But it was close. Bishop asked the referee, even standing and getting into the ref’s face. He turned his attention back to Reed. Bishop pulled Deshaun up and shoved him back into the corner. He hit a couple of knees to the midsection then set Deshaun up onto the top rope. He grabbed Reed by the neck, planning on throwing him to the mat. But Deshaun rocked Damien with a couple right hands, breaking his grip. Deshaun then spring up onto the top rope and immediately leapt off, hitting a missile dropkick.
Deshaun backed off, waiting for Bishop to start getting up. When he was on one knee, Reed charged and cracked Bishop with a knee to the skull. The big man fell to the mat. Reed quickly climbed up top. He dove off and hit an impressive 450 Splash! He hooked Bishop’s leg. 1…2… and Damien kicked out. Reed didn’t hesitate. He continued pummeling the challenger. He pulled Damien up, snapmared him down, and hit a dropkick to the back of the head. He went up top again, this time attempting a senton off the top. But Damien got his knees up. He quickly got up, pulling Deshaun to his feet as well. Damien then hit the champion with a German suplex, nearly folding him in half. Bishop called for another Powerbomb. But when he turned around he was met with a jumping knee to the chin. Bishop stumbled back into the ropes. Deshaun hit the ropes again, and cracked Bishop with another running knee to the chin. Then one more. Damien collapsed to the mat. Deshaun climbed up top once more, and hit another beautiful 450 Splash. He hooked the big man’s leg. 1…2…3! Deshaun Reed had successfully defended his OWF Championship!
Michael Graham joined Deshaun in the ring, presenting him with his championship and applauding him. The Cincinnati crowd applauded the champion as well, as he put up one hell of a fight to keep his title.