Three Way Elimination
Dani DT d. Tina San Antonio w/ Reggedones & Marti Belle
When this match began, Dani found herself being doubleteamed by Tina and Marti. That alliance didn’t last too long as both of them found themselves looking for victory. Tina scored a quick pinfall on Marti, but then Dani was able to defeat Tina.


Four Corner Elimination
“German Hammer” Josef Von Schmidt d. Razzle Dazzle w/ Jacob Hendrix, “American Marvel” James Pash & Chris Minyon w/ Kitty Kuro
Minyon pinned Razzle Dazzle. Von Schmidt then eliminated Pash and then finally Minyon. Von Schmidt proclaimed that he was already King of Germany and soon he would be the VPW King of New York


Team Jarrett(Jason Static & Teddy Stigma) d. Mike Magnum & Flames w/ Mikey Old School
Stigma came out first and said the first time he was in VPW he was under the guidance of Mikey Old School, but then he found a real mentor in Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett said that Team Jarrett should never be alone since they were a true team. He brought out an unannounced Jason Static. Static said that Jarrett gave them some of his fortune to host a Double J Double M A Challenge in New York. They invited anyone from the back to take them up on it. Old School Unlimited members Mike Magnum and Flames answered the call. In the end, Team Jarrrett was too much for OSU. Following the match, Old School found himself to be a victim of Team Jarrett.


The Jerry Fitzwater Show
Fitzwater came out alone and discussed the night’s cage match. He then waived to the back and Grop, locked in a small steel cage, was pushed out by Jacob Hendrix. Fitzwater then called out VSK, the Funky Fresh Boyz and Richie Tyler. Once that team was in the ring, he called out Conflux. Conflux were escorted by a full security team. They were not permitted at ringside due to the mayhem from the month prior. Fitzwater called both team captains into the ring and stressed that VPW officials stated that if any members of either team had any physical altercations prior to the main event, they would be removed from the match and fined $10,000.00. It was now time for the coin toss to determine which team would have the man advantage. Reyes won the coin toss for his team.

Everyone went to the back and Fitzwater called out his next guests, Mack Daddy Flexx, Bobby G and Monique. Fitzwater asked Flexx if he was ready for his match with Joe So Delicious as voted on by the fans. Flexx said that there is no match with Joe since he is the champion and therefore in charge. He said that he didn’t care who the fans voted for him to defend against. Since it wasn’t going to be Joe, Flexx said that they should just bring out the runner-up. That turned out to be the Zombie. Zombie charged the ring, leading into their match.


VPW Championship
Mack Daddy Flexx w/ Sweet Bobby G & “The Sugar Freak” Monique d. Zombie
After the match, Joe came out and demanded a match. Joe said that he was tired of Flexx always ducking him and that he wanted a career vs. career match for the VPW Championship at the Fifth Anniversary Show in March. Flexx accepted and then said that he didn’t want Joe to feel left out tonight. He brought someone from G-Street to take care of Joe, Buck Chylde.


“Ultra Sexy” Joe So Delicious d. Buck Chyld w/ Sweet Bobby G
The debuting Chylde put up a fight but Joe So Delicious was too much for him on this night.


Steel Cage Survival
VSK, Richie Tyler & Funky Fresh Boyz (K-Funk & K-Fresh)
“Cuban Crippler” Ricky Reyes, E.J. Risk & “The Resurrection of Tag Team Wrestling” Eclipse(Jay Delta & Xander Page)
Members of both teams alternated entrances into the cage until all 8 were in the ring at once. At that point the match officially began and eliminations were able to occur. VSK was the sole survivor in this 40 minute war that has to be seen to be believed. Blood was spilled and VSK, the Funky Fresh Boyz and Richie Tyler obtained some measure of vengeance with their huge win, but their quest for the championships is still on.


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