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ROH Wrestling TV Results: Tony Deppen vs Kenny King, Flamita vs Flip Gordon, Brody King Is Back



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ROH Wrestling TV Results
Episode 495

Jay Lethal started the show with a fired up promo declaring that that The Foundation will leave Ring of Honor’s anniversary pay-per-view with all of the championships so that they can fulfill their vision of “purifying” every single division.

Pure Rules Match
Dak Draper def. Fred Yehi

Prior to the match, Yehi spoke about his recent losses and noted that your position in a company like ROH is determined by wins and losses. He said if you don’t win you don’t eat, and asked Draper if he was prepared to deal with a truly hungry opponent.

Yehi was able to hold his old early on while they were grappling back and forth, despite giving up considerable height. Draper showed impressive ability on the mat but realized he was potentially outmatched there and switched to a power game. Yehi nailed him with forearms and a knee strike, but Draper countered a tilt-a-whirl with a big powerslam. Yehi rallied with more forearms and tried to apply a Koji Clutch, but couldn’t quite lock it in. Draper resorted to a blatant closed fist, and the ref gave him his one and only warning. Two big boots, a nasty clothesline and the Magnum TKO got him the win.

After the match, Draper gave him one of those little participation medals and tried to shake his hand, but Yehi refused and stormed off without adhering to the Code of Honor.

Tony Deppen def. Kenny King

Dragon Lee and Amy Rose came down to ringside for this one, repping La Faccion Ingobernable. King hit a series of suplexes early on and rained down with elbow shots. Deppen caught him with a springboard knee, tried to fire up and ran into a backbreaker instead. King took things to the mat and slowed the pace heading into commercial.

King dropped his opponent with suplexes and talked trash coming back from break. Deppen countered a backdrop suplex and connected with at least a dozen hard slaps, then launched into a great offensive sequence. Dropkick. An apron leg sweep set up a springboard senton. Jumping knee strike. King rolled outside to take a breather, but got caught with a big Tornado DDT on the floor. King caught him with a knee coming back into the ring and delivered the Tiger Driver. 1… 2… King pulled his opponent’s shoulder up before the third count, not satisfied with that win after getting his ass kicked. He set up for the Royal Flush, but Deppen took advantage of his ego and rolled him up for a quick three-count.

After the match LFI swarmed the ring and absolutely destroyed Deppen. King hit the Royal Flush, and La Bestia del Ring delivered a cradle piledriver. Brody King made his return and tried to make the save, hitting a Black Hole Slam on Bestia, but fell to the numbers game as Rush joined in on the chaos. They choked King out with a t-shirt and laid him out on a table. Bestia finished the assault with a diving senton through the table.

Flamita def. Flip Gordon

They started with a back-and-forth exchange of some very hard chops across the chest. Gordon tried to powerslam Flamita into the barricade outside the ring, Flamita snuck out the back, but got rocked with a superkick anyways. After a brief commercial break, Flamita delivered the receipt with a superkick of his own, and followed with a moonsault off the top rope to the floor, taking them both out.

Flip caught his opponent with a neckbreaker in the ropes on the way back in the ring. Flamita talked trash in Spanish and Gordon gave it right back to him. They started slapping each other across the face over and over again. Counter-for-counter as both looked for suplexes. Flamita got the better of the exchange with a nasty DDT for two. He put Flip on the top turnbuckle looking for a superplex, they traded shots and Flip hit a sunset flip powerbomb for a nearfall.

Both men struggled to get to their feet. Flamita gave him a Frankensteiner into the bottom turnbuckle, but it wasn’t enough. Superkick. Frog Splash. Still not enough. Frustrated, he hit the ropes but ran right into a Slingblade. Flip set up for his finisher but Mark Briscoe hopped the barricade and hit him in the back with a steel chair! 1-2-3 for Flamita.

Flip went after Briscoe after the match but couldn’t catch up to him. He returned to the ring and put the boots to Flamita, ripping his mask off. Bandido and Rey Horus charged the ring and fought off Flip Gordon as the referee covered Flamita’s face with a towel.


WWE WrestleMania 37 Night One Results: Bianca Belair vs Sasha Banks, New Champions Crowned, Bad Bunny In Action!



WWE WrestleMania 37 Night One

Welcome everyone to’s live coverage of WWE WrestleMania night one, live from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, FL! Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair make history in the main event, Bobby Lashley defends the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, Latin hip hop sensation Bad Bunny in action and more!

Bell time tonight is 8:00 PM ET. Give us a follow @prowrestlingcom on Facebook and Twitter to join in the discussion throughout the show if you’re into that sort of thing.

WWE WrestleMania 37 Night One Results
April 10, 2021
Tampa, FL

The Chairman of the Board himself, Vincent Kennedy McMahon, makes his way to the stage surrounded by the entire WWE roster. He says for the past year there has been something missing, but tonight the WWE Universe is back in force. There’s just one thing left to say: “Welcome… to WrestleMania!”

We go to ringside where Michael Cole announces there will be a “short delay” due to thunderstorms in the area. We officially have our first rain delay in the history of WrestleMania.

And we’re back! 45 minutes later…


The two juggernauts lock up in the center of the ring and jockey for position. The Almighty manages to take McIntyre down with a big shoulder tackle, but he pops right back up and retains the favor. They trade hands in the middle of the ring before McIntyre sends Lashley over the ropes with a clothesline.

The champion takes control on the floor, sending McIntyre into the barricade multiple times. Back in the ring he follows with shoulder thrusts and rains down elbow strikes and forearms in the ropes, until the ref backed him off. McIntyre fired back with some heavy knife-edge chops and side-stepped a spear sending Lashley crashing into the ring post.

McIntyre surprises Lashley with a cross armbreaker on the mat. The champ quickly frees himself with mounted punches, and goes back to shoulder thrusts in the corner. McIntyre begins to rally with shoulder tackles before sending his opponent overhead with a belly-to-belly suplex. And another! Lashley throws a disoriented punch and gets dropped with a neckbreaker. McIntyre kips up and the fans come alive!

Lashley counters the Future Shock DDT and again sets up for a spear in the corner, and again McIntyre saw it coming. Northern Lights suplex bridge gets the challenger a two-count. McIntyre scoops him up for something, but Lashley powers out and delivers the Dominator for a nearfall. He follows with a massive one-arm spinebuster, but it’s still not enough to get the job done.

Lashley sets up for the Hurt Lock but can’t quite hook it in. McIntyre nails him with stiff elbows. Reverse Alabama Slam! The Scottish Warrior once again kips up and gets ready for the Claymore. Lashley side-steps the move and the two once again come face-to-face in the ring. “Bring it, bitch!”, says McIntyre.

Lashley tees off with wild rights and lefts, but McIntyre catches him with another belly-to-belly suplex. Future Shock DDT connects! He doesn’t even try to go for the pin and instead scoops Lashley up for a second, and then a third Future Shock. 1… 2… NO! Our first legitimate “THIS IS AWESOME!” chant breaks out around Raymond James Stadium. McIntyre goes for the Claymore again, but the champion bails outside to save himself.

McIntyre refuses to stop and decides to launch himself OVER the ropes, taking a page out of The Undertaker’s WrestleMania playbook. “HOLY SHIT!” chant from the fans. He drags Lashley back into the ring, the champion tries for the Hurt Lock, but McIntyre counters into a Kimura Lock! The big man is starting to fade… but barely reaches out and gets his fingers on the bottom rope to save himself and the title.

Once more, McIntyre sets up for the Claymore Kick in the corner. He moves to strike, but MVP screams out and distracts him. This is just enough for Lashley to duck the move and catch the challenger in the Hurt Lock! He’s fading! McIntyre is nearly out but suddenly powers back to his feet, screaming out. He uses the ropes to roll backwards, but Lashley hangs on to the submission! IT’S OVER!

Winner & Still Champion: Bobby Lashley



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IMPACT Wrestling Hardcore Justice Results: Title vs Career, Hardcore War, Women’s Weapons Match & More



IMPACT Wrestling Hardcore Justice

This show is currently streaming on IMPACT Plus and FITE. Women’s wrestling legend Jazz puts her career on the line for one last chance at Deonna Purrazzo and the Knockouts Championship this afternoon. Plus an 8-man Hardcore War, a women’s weapons match to determine the #1 contender and more.

IMPACT Wrestling: Hardcore Justice Results
April 10, 2021

Triple Threat Tag Team Match: Josh Alexander & Petey Williams def. TJP & Fallah Bahh and Ace Austin & Madman Fulton. This was a preview for the X-Division title match at Rebellion with all three competitors finding tag partners. All six looked great with non-stop action. Lots of innovative offense but not so much that they were just running through spots aimlessly. Fulton and Bahh looked like monsters and then collided at the end. The finish saw Petey hit the Canadian Destroy on the champ, Austin, while Alexander slapped an ankle lock on Bahh for the submission.

“Chairly Legal” Match: Shera def. Hernandez. Two big dudes brawling around smacking each other with steel chairs. Shera superplexed Supermex into a pile of chairs at the end but he somehow kicked out. Rohit Raju ran out and hit Hernandez in the head with a chair to allow Shera to get the win. Looks like Rohit is trying to mend fences after their fallout.

Doc Gallows def. Black Taurus. This was way too slow for my taste as Gallows controlled most of the offense. It ended with another distraction/interference finish with Karl Anderson getting on the apron. Gallows powerbombed him to win. Taurus is WAY too good to be in spots like this. Reminds me of how TNA used Okada when he was young.

“Crate American Bash” Match: Matt Cardona def. Johnny Swinger. There were creates on each of the turnbuckles with things instead. I have no idea why. One of them had a mouse trap that Swinger caught his fingers on.

Sami Callihan def. Sam Beale. Callihan issued an open challenge before the match. This was basically a squash that Callihan won with the Cactus Piledriver.

Hardcore Blindfold Rules: Jake Something def. Brian Myers. Both men had blindfolds on with weapons everyone. Commentary talked a surprise amount about them maintaining contact and wrist control to make it at least somewhat “technical”. Of course Myers ended up removing his mask with the ref down and superkicked Something. Cardona came out with one of the crates from earlier and slid it into the ring. Something broke it over Myers’ head and action figures flew everywhere, allowing him to hit the Black Hole Slam for the win.

Weapon’s Match: Tenille Dashwood def. Rosemary, Alisha Edwards, Havok, Su Yung and Jordynne Grace. They did some cool tricks with sillouettes and lighting effects to make it look like Su Yung returned and attacked “Susan” to take her place in the match, which scared the hell out of everyone. Tenille won after spending most of the time running away from people and trying to get involved as little as possible. Kaleb with a K got taken out early in the match by all the women, but came back at the end to cost Jordynne the match.

Title vs. Career: Deonna Purrazzo (c) def. Jazz to retain the Knockouts Championship. These two had a good, physical match. Jazz may be a bit more limited than she was in her prime but it’s awesome that she got to come back, kick ass, have some good matches and end her career on her own terms.

Hardcore War: Violent By Design def. Rich Swann & Willie Mack & Eddie Edwards & Trey Miguel. Everyone entered one at a time so there was constantly a numbers game advantage until the end, like in WarGames. So this was originally Tommy Dreamer’s main event as he had booked the whole show, but someone took him out backstage. D’Amore found a replacement in Trey Miguel who came out last with a crowbar to clean house. It occured to me at the end that EY has a torn ACL and I don’t even know how the dude was moving around, let alone doing some of the spots he was doing. Mack took the fall after EY hit him with a piledriver.

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AEW The House Always Wins Results (4/9): TNT Title Defense, 10-Man Tag Headline First Ever House Show



All Elite Wrestling held their first ever house show on Friday night in Jacksonville, FL headlined by Darby Allin defending the TNT Championship against the winner of a battle royal that took place earlier in the show.

The co-main event of the evening saw a huge 10-man tag team match featuring AEW World Champion Kenny Omega, Michael Nakazawa and the Young Bucks teaming up with DDT Pro’s debuting Konosuke Takeshita.

AEW The House Always Wins
April 9, 2021
Jacksonville, FL

  1. TNT Title #1 Contender’s Battle Royal: The Butcher def. Austin Gunn, Colt Cabana, Colten Gunn, the Dark Order’s 10, Dustin Rhodes, Ethan Page, Lance Archer, Powerhouse Hobbs, Ricky Starks and Scorpio Sky.
  2. The Pinnacle def. Jurassic Express & Dante Martin
  3. Jade Cargill def. Reka Tahaka
  4. Street Fight: Cody Rhodes def. Aaron Solow
  5. Best Friends def. Max Caster & TH2
  6. Eddie Kingston def. Cezar Bononi
  7. Hikaru Shida & Red Velvet & Ryo Mizunami & Tay Conti def. Britt Baker & The Bunny & Nyla Rose & Rebel
  8. Death Triangle & The Sydal Brothers def. Kenny Omega & Konosuke Takeshita & Michael Nakazawa & The Young Bucks
  9. TNT Title Match: Darby Allin (c) def. The Butcher

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