“Steel City Assassin” Sabotage d. “Working Class Wrestler” Chopsaw
After firing Don Tony back in September, Sabotage looks to be back on a roll as he defeated Chopsaw. Chopsaw was coming off a win over JMS and Eug Perversion, but the Steel City Assassin proved to be too crafty for the Working Class Wrestler.
In-Ring Segment w/ Don Tony & Grim Reefer
Immediately after the opening match, Don Tony and Grim Reefer made their way down to the ring to welcome the bus trip fans that were coming from Reefer and Tony’s hometowns of Ozone Park and Howard Beach. Reefer then went on a tirade where he ripped apart the Long Island fans and praised his neighborhood. Don Tony then started to talk about how much better he people of Howard Beach and Ozone Park are, but Jason Static stormed the ring and physically shut Don Tony up. Grim Reefer and Don Tony then retreated to the back.
“Superstar” JD Michaels & April Hunter d. Danny Demanto & Tina Marina
Before the match, JD and April verbally abused the Long Island fans. Demanto and Marina gave it their all, but in the end, JD and April got the win. The injured Alicia was observing the match from a distance.
Mack Daddy Flexx d. “2 Cocky” Kevin Matthews
When Flexx got to the ring, Matthews made it known to the fans that he wasn’t happy to be performing in front of them or wrestling Flexx. Flexx quickly had enough of Matthews running his mouth and took it to him before the bell even rang.
Deranged d. Javi-Air & “Suicidal Demon” Azrieal
This triple threat match was as fast and wild as everyone thought it would be. The action didn’t stop until the match ended. Deranged pinned Javi-Air. There was still tension between Javi-Air and Deranged stemming back from their argument after their match at the last VPW show.
The Jerry Fitzwater Show
Fitzwater came out singing and eventually brought out his guests, Eclipse & Jack O’Hearts. Eclipse boasted how nobody in VPW has been able to stop them and how there was no competition for them. Eclipse then told the fans that they were leaving. As they were about to walk through the curtain, the Dead Presidents ran out and a match was underway.
Dead Presidents d. Eclipse w/ Jack O’Hearts
It looks like Jack O’Hearts and Eclipse bit off a lot more than they could chew because the Dead Presidents handed them their first VPW loss. Unfortunately for the Dead Presidents, that loss didn’t sit well.
Immediately after the match, Boog Washington was cracked in the head with Jack O’Hearts briefcase. Boog Washington was not moving after the shot and had to be carefully brought to the back where he awaited transportation to receive proper medical attention. It was later announced to the crowd that he was banged up, but would be ok. Lo Lincoln has already vowed revenge on Eclipse.
Johnny Suburban w/ Jack O’Hearts d. DC Diamond w/ Jimmy Time
Not wanting to face another loss on this show, Jack O’Hearts interfered just when it looked like DC Diamond was going to win. This allowed Johnny Suburban to get the win.
Papadon d. Richie Tyler
Papadon was back to his old tricks as he defeated Richie Tyler for the second straight time. Just like last time, Papadon cheated to win and couldn’t do it like a man. This time, Papadon had Sabotage interfere and screw over his long-time rival. Papadon tried to play it off like he didn’t set all of this up, but within minutes, both men were kicking a fallen Richie Tyler. Having seen enough, Mack Daddy Flexx ran out to save his friend Richie and chase off Papadon and Sabotage.
Eug Perversion d. Scotty Rio, JMS and LI Kid
This elimination match saw JMS and LI Kid taken out first, leaving Eug Perversion to get his revenge on the debuting Scotty Rio, who had attacked him at the last show.
Jason Static d. Grim Reefer w/ Don Tony
This rematch saw Jason Static finally get his revenge on Grim Reefer. Reefer and Don Tony tried every trick they could think of but in the end, it all backfired. This fight saw a lot of wrestling and a lot of brawling. There was even a point where it ended up in the locker room. Don Tony also got a big receipt courtesy of Jason Static in the form of a chair shot to the head.