“The Good Guy” Azrieal d. Javi-Air
It may have been the opening match, but the fans were in awe by what they saw right off the bat. Both men went at it in match that saw everything. Javi-Air came very close to victory, but in the end, Azrieal came out on top.

Nightmare d. Crazy Ali
Both Nightmare and Crazy Ali were here making their VPW debuts. Ali got the crowd riled up the second he stepped through the curtain as he waived an Iraqi flag. Nightmare came out waiving an American flag.

Eclipse w/ Jack O’Hearts d. JMS/ VSK w/ Funky Cowboy
After a devastating loss at the prior VPW event, Eclipse was finally back on track. Jack O’Hearts was extremely pleased with how things went down here, but his happiness would be short lived. JMS has tried various partners since the earliest days of VPW, but he has never managed to get the big win. Despite losing, JMS and VSK clicked as a team. Their manager for the night was the Funky Cowboy. The Funky Cowboy drove for 20 hours from Kentucky just to get to the show. He’s an old rival of Jack O’Hearts from his bluegrass days and came looking to settle the score.

Hair vs. Hair: Richie Tyler d. Johnny Suburban w/ Jack O’Hearts
DC Diamond was hospitalized before the event and chose Richie Tyler as his replacement in this hair match where someone was guaranteed to leave bald. Tyler won the match, but instead of going after Suburban, Tyler decided to do what everyone in the building and locker room wanted to see happen, shave the head of Jack O’Hearts. After the match, Suburban was knocked a little loopy which left Jack O’Hearts unprotected. Richie Tyler got Jack down in a chair and went to work to everyone’s enjoyment.

The Jerry Fitzwater Show
Jerry Fitzwater sang his way to the ring and invited Jason Static down to the ring for an interview. For the first time all year, Static was not only walking on his own, but he came down to the ring alone. Static said that since he was all healed up, he would be having a “best body in the business open challenge.” To Static’s surprise, the Zombie answered the call. The Zombie was accompanied to the ring by Della’Morte.

Jason Static d. Zombie w/ Della’Morte
The living dead of the Zombie was not enough to defeat Jason Static. After the match, the Zombie chased Static to the back. Static got the Zombie off his trail and came back down to the ring. Following the match, Static asked if anybody else wanted to take him on.

This time the call was answered by Static’s old rivals Grim Reefer and Don Tony. A match didn’t happen, but a fight immediately broke out. Static’s running mates, Sabotage and Joe So Delicious soon hit the ring and outnumbered Grim Reefer and Don Tony.

Not long after, Mack Daddy Flexx came out for the save. Flexx and Reefer then made it known that they would take on Sabotage and Joe Delicious later in the night.

Elimination: Nick Noshus d. Mr. Professional w/ Vinny the Guido and Chopsaw
This elimination match saw Mr. Professional out first, but not before the head of VTG Enterprises was kicked in his jaw and knocked off the ring apron. Chopsaw then fell victim to Nick Noshus. Following his victory, Noshus bragged about just winning a match that had 2 other wrestlers in it. He said that he was in the mood to beat someone else. His request was fulfilled by “Firebird” Jorge Santi.

Nick Noshus d. “Firebird” Jorge Santi
Santi, making his VPW debut, stormed the ring and took it to Noshus. On the verge of defeat, Noshus decided to play dirty and used the ropes to pin Santi.

Major Intencity d. Scotty Rio w/ Vinny the Guido
Earlier in the night, backstage, Scotty Rio joined VTG Enterprises. Rio wanted some backup in his rematch with Major Intensity. Unfortuantely, Rio’s plan backfired and Major Intensity got the win.

Grim Reefer/Mack Daddy Flexx w/ Don Tony d. Joe So Delicious/Sabotage w/ Jason Static
This hard fought match was everything that VPW is about. Towards the end of the match, the Zombie finally caught up to Jason Static and chased him away from ringside. That may have been the difference maker because now Static’s buddies were left alone. Reefer and Flexx used that opportunity to gain revenge on their opponents.


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