OWF Event #134
October 2, 2017
This show is dedicated to everyone affected by the tragic events in Las Vegas. Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected.
The show began with the new OWF Champion Kade Haddix. This was Kade’s first appearance in the OWF since winning the title in Japan. Haddix said that he was prepared to defend against all comers. He said that right now he was in a feud with Matt Kraven, but he wouldn’t let that affect him being a fighting champion.
The former OWF Champion Deshaun Reed then came to the ring. Reed congratulated Kade, saying that losing to Kade was definitely not a bad thing, but he was proud to have lost to such a talented wrestler. Reed however, reminded everyone that he would contractually get a rematch with Kade, and hoped to do so next week at OWF #135. Kade agreed and the two men shook hands.
Rebelle Graye vs Kyra Byrne
These two obviously had a mutual respect for each other. But it was very hard hitting. Rebelle hit a couple high flying moves and drove Kyra down to the mat with the Curb Stomp for the pinfall victory.
Tyreek Hyde vs Jessie Axel
A very technical match. Jessie Axel was really looking to make a big splash by defeating an up and comer. But it was Hyde hitting a Fisherman Brainbuster for the three count.
The scene cut backstage to Francine Davis standing by with the OWF Women’s Champion Zoey Kiehl. Francine asked Zoey about her title defense at FFP Friday the 13th against Lullaby. Zoey said that Lullaby was definitely a strange opponent, and that she isn’t used to facing such odd and dark characters, but she said that she would be ready and would leave the event with her championship.
In the Ring
The scene cut to ringside where the Carnival Horror Story came to the ring. Lafter has Izzy Laroo by the hair, and demanded that Hunter Chase come to the ring. Hunter did, stepping up and looking ready for a fight. Lafter told Hunter that he wouldn’t need to fight the Carnival Horror Story to get Izzy back. Lafter then said that all he had to do, was piledrive Izzy and Lafter would hand her over.
This was the same scenario that Hunter was given two weeks ago. And the result was the same. Hunter did not piledrive Izzy. Instead he let go of her and went after Lafter. But the Carnival Horror Story pounced, destroying Hunter in the center of the ring. Lafter then got on the microphone and said that next week at OWF #135 that he would give Hunter the opportunity to face him, and if Hunter won he could have Izzy back. But Lafter said that the match would be Anything Goes.
Amber Moxley vs Roxi Haacke
Another hard hitting match. Both women had moments of offensive. Roxi hit a hard clothesline that really seemed to take the sails out of Amber. But Moxley battled back, and planted Roxi with the Burning Hammer for the three count.
The scene cut backstage where Francine Davis caught up with Hunter Chase. Chase said that he accepted Lafter’s request, and promised that next Monday he would finally get Izzy away from the Carnival Horror Story.
OWF Network Title
(c) JJ Perry vs Nick Novak
An outstanding match. Fast paced. Both men showed off their versatility with different styles. Aerial, technical and brawling. Nick Novak hit a brainbuster that rocked the champion. He went up top and hit a senton for a two count. Novak went for his finisher, the Super Novak, but JJ escaped and hit a Superkick. Perry went for his finisher, the Bloody Sunday. But Novak escaped and hit a STO. The match continued back and forth. Nick hit a turnbuckle powerbomb. JJ hit a missile dropkick and a moonsault for a two count. Novak battled back, hitting a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker and blockbuster from the middle rope. As the two continued battling, finally the bell rang. The Cincinnati crowd was confused. Until it was revealed that the 30 minute time limit had expired. The match ended in a draw.