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WrestlePro 10.15.16 Results – Bromans Team Up, Rybck vs. Dan Maff, More

October 17, 2016 | Posted by Jeremy Thomas

Credit: PWInsider

Match 1: Kevin Matthews vs. Robbie E w/Jesse Godderz

Much like WrestlePro did on night one, we knew we had to start off with a match that had a massive amount of HATE involved! It’s no secret that there isn’t much of a friendship in or outside of the ring between KM and Robbie E. Before we could even get into the meat of a good highly anticipated wrestling match, Jesse Godderz decided to get involved very quickly and turn it into a 2 on 1 assault! Before Matthews could take too much damage, in came running a chair swinging Metal God we all know as Craven Varro! Craven cleared the ring quickly in which prompted special guest General Manager, Santino, to make an impromptu Tag Team Match!

New Match 1: Kevin Matthews & Craven Varro vs the Bromans!

For those who have been following WrestlePro and its recent history right before the debut show, you would know that Craven Varro was the last member of a group called, “Reality Check” before Kevin decided to go his own way heading into the debut of WrestlePro in March of this year. However, the bond between the two was never broken and we were quickly brought up to speed that “The band is back together!” as Reality Check gelled together and made quick work of The Bromans! A great mix of speed and agility by Varro along with the power that Kevin brings each and every match was the recipe for a victory here in Brooklyn!

Your winners by Pinfall: Reality Check! (Matthews and Varro)

Match 2: Deonna Purrazzo vs Katarina Leigh

The friendship and bond these two ladies shared the night before in Cresskill, New Jersey was quickly put to rest as the two women were set to do battle one on one. Early in the match we saw Kat work on and continue to inflict damage to damage to the lower back of Purrazzo. Leigh, the taller and more experienced of the two had control most of the match until Deonna found it in her to revive herself and quickly turn the tables and even, with the bad lower back, hit a massive running back senton to score the victory 1-2-3!

Your Winner by pinfall: Deonna Purrazzo

Match 3: Triple Threat Match: Chris Payne (w/ Shining Ed Jackson) vs Sonjay Dutt vs Fallah Bahh

Much like as I stated in the previous night’s summary, Chris Payne showed a different side of rage and intensity and it was definitely needed with the opponents he faced here tonight. Fallah, with obvious history between himself and the Edward Jackson 5, knew that it was only a matter of time before Jackson inserted himself into this match to try and get his client, Chris Payne, the victory. Sonjay on the other hand, much like he did in the previous night, picked his spots rather well and struck when he saw his opportunity. In the middle of this match, we saw a much EXTENDED “Panda Express” roll by Fallah Bahh with both Dutt and Payne lined up vertically the entire length of the ring! That’s a lot of rolling! In the end however, as expected, Chris Payne saw his opening and scored the victory with a roll up (and well, his feet on the middle ropes for extra leverage)

Your Winner by Pinfall: Chris Payne

Match 4: 6 Way Scramble Match: Ronald Kingsley vs. Zema Ion vs Bronson vs Onyx vs Buster Jackson vs Hotdog Starkes

In one of the most creative matches of the night, the 6 way match brought a lot to the table! We saw Zema Ion fly and use his unique style of wrestling as only we know he can! We saw the progression of one Buster Jackson in many ways trying to evolve and be a key member of the Jackson 5 group! We saw the intensity of one, Create-a-Pro New York member, Bronson! We also saw a big man standoff between Bronson and newcomer and big man Onyx! And then… there was a hotdog. Yes, you’re reading this correctly. A walking, talking, flying, striking, hotdog. Hot Dog Starkes took the crowd by surprise and showed his ability to hang with some of the top up and comers In the business as well as ring veteran like Zema Ion. Loud chants of “Hotdog Starkes!” were deafening in Brooklyn as in the end he was able to hit a variation of a “Stunner” and scored the pinfall victory in probably the most unique matches of the night!

Your Winner by Pinfall: Hotdog Starkes (Not a Typo)

Match 5: X-Pac & Johnny Clash vs. Taboo Crew (Steele and Jenkins)

In the previous night in Cresskill, New Jersey; we saw the fun-loving version of the Taboo Crew! This included embracing the crowd and shooting money out of Craig’s famous air gun! Tonight, we saw the complete opposite. They seemed very bitter and angry even! Johnny Clash, who has been searching for his first win in 7 months! (0-8 Record) asked WrestlePro management to tag him up with someone who can help him get that first W! WrestlePro then presented Clash with WWE Hall of Famer, X-Pac! If you thought for a second that we would get an older, slower, version of X-Pac you were sadly mistaken and the Taboo Crew was quickly caught off guard! We were re-introduced to the Bronco buster applied to Jenkins! The Crew somewhat had control early but the ring experience of one, X-Pac and the desire and wherewithal of Johnny Clash searching for his first victory WAS ENOUGH for the 1-2-3 in the end! At that moment, after the pinfall, Clash looked up and locked eyes with me at commentary in complete shock and disbelief. The Streak was over.

Your Winners by Pinfall: X-Pac and Johnny Clash!

Match 6: Chris Avery Queling vs Hush (Hands Up!)

Last night in Creskill, Chris Avery Queling picked up yet another “W” over not one, not two, but 3 individuals in the Beach Bums. Tonight, he was to face Hush. Hush, unfortunately was born deaf. However, this disability has not prevented him from chasing the dream of becoming the next great star here at WrestlePro and he knew in order to make a huge splash (No pun for you Beach Bums), he needed to take out the undefeated Queling. With a few sudden quick strikes and counters, the crowd was caught off guard by Hush’s efforts! We truly thought we were in for the surprise of the YEAR let alone night. However, much like every other opponent who has stepped In the ring with Queling, Hush was dropped hard, fast, and multiple times.

Your Winner AND STILL Undfeated: Chris Avery Queling

**After the match it seemed that Queling had snapped (Again) and this time he took his rage out on the official, his parole officer Neutron, all to the viewing pleasure of one WrestlePro Champion Bobby Wayward. Wayward was able to calm down the lunatic and bring him to the back.**

Match 7: Delroy Alexander vs Mario Bokara

Last night, in Cresskill, New Jersey; we saw Mario Bokara turn the intensity up and tear the roof off the community center with a win over Matt Macintosh. He was on a mission to continue this momentum against one of the top new comers in WrestlePro; Delroy Alexander. Delroy in the beginning of this match showed a lot of composure and smooth reversals to everything that Bokara was throwing at him. Alexander was out to prove to a lot of people in his home town/city of Brooklyn that he could pull off the upset and make a quick shoot up the WrestlePro championship rankings! Much like anyone who competes against Bokara, you cannot give him an opening to turn that proverbial “on switch” on because once again… he did just that! Just when Delroy was trying to pull off a huge Samoan drop from the middle turnbuckle, Bokara had the overall core strength to turn it into a Croatian (German) suplex from the middle rope identical to what he pulled off on Matt Macintosh the night before leading into the Croatian lock arm bar submission in which Delroy had no other choice than to tap out and keep his limbs intact!

Your Winner on Back to Back Nights by Submission: Mario Bokara! Says to him now!

NIGHT TWO MAIN EVENT: Ryback vs Dan Maff

If I had the strength in my fingers, I would type about this match for hours and hours on end about how it came across as not only the most highly anticipated match of the night but also the most intense and hard hitting contest I may have EVER witnessed. “The Big Guy” Ryback made his debut the night before scoring a tag team title victory with his best friend Pat Buck and was riding that high heading into the main event here. Danny Maff, who is from Bayonne, New Jersey (About 15 minutes from our location here), had a massive crowd there to support him as well. I would say the crowd was honestly split right down the middle. Maff had told me last month that he’s been hearing a lot of “Is Dan Maff ready for Ryback?” and he flipped the script and told the world that Ryback wasn’t ready for Dan Maff and at some points of this match, that turned out to be true. A match that went chop for chop, and literally went slam for slam, found themselves at a stalemate very often. The hitting and chopping would continue for 20 minutes as both men pulled out all the stops. Some would even question how both of these men were standing after the beating they were giving eachother. Ryback showed his freakish strength by picking up the 350+ lb Danny Maff with ease but also, visa versa as Maff showed his power by at one point lifting Ryback 6+ feet in the air and holding him attempting a signature, “burning hammer”. We probably could have thought this match was over multiple times. Ryback hit a huge running knee into the corner leading up to a “G-T-S” that we thought knocked Maff completely out. We also witness the “Big Guy” fly! Never did anyone in that Brooklyn crowd think that Ryback would toss himself at first through the ropes to the outside, and then OVER the top rope to the outside landing on his feet. Multiple times I saw the look in both men’s eyes in literal disbelief that they couldn’t put each other away! In what we could feel the closing moments of this match were, Dan Maff gave every last bit of energy up when he lifted Ryback on his shoulders and HIT the burning hammer leaving both me down and out. Before we could get a winner of this match, we were let down and angered by the arrival of the Edward Jackson 5. The Heavenly Bodies, Chris Payne, Buster Jackson all came to spoil the party as they were all angered by what had transpired in the previous night. Also, to note, Bobby Wayward decided to take full advantage of the situation and noticed a down and out Dan Maff and tried to attack him as well! Just when the numbers game started to play a role in this attack, out came WrestlePro owner, and ½ of the WrestlePro tag team champions, Pat Buck to clear house. Shining Edward Jackson was left in the ring alone by himself as his cavalry headed for higher grounds towards the back. This left Jackson in the ring with Ryback, Maff, and Buck and he knew he was in for it. Ryback then launched Jackson up onto his shoulders and hit the “Shell Shock” so hard to the mat that I think Edward Jackson is still down somewhere (And we are 2 days removed)

Winner of Main event: Ruled No Contest!

**After the match Pat Buck asked for a microphone to address the “EJ-5” that were regrouping towards the entrance way. He expressed that he wasn’t happy with the fact that the Jackson 5 ruined such an incredible main event and that he had a great idea for some payback, Next month! He first announced that because Bobby Wayward came and interfered in this as well, that the WrestlePro Champion would defend his title in November against the #1 Contender, Dan Maff!! Pat Buck then went onto say that the EJ-5 (The Bodies, Payne, and Buster Jackson) were going to be in action as a group to take on Ryback & Himself, however they wouldn’t be alone. He then went onto say “We won’t only be there to defeat you… but we will be there to DELETE YOU!”.. And In November at the Rahway Rec Center on the 19th, we will see The EJ-5 take on Ryback, Pat Buck, and the BROKEN HARDYS!

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