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RESULTS: June 26th, 2010 – “Tag Team Takeover”

VPW Champion Mack Daddy Flexx and Joe So Delicious had transportation issues and were unable to make the event in time.

Funky Fresh Boyz (K-Funk & K-Fresh) d. Los Ben Dejos (Marty Con & Ben Dejo)
Los Ben Dejos came out and introduced themselves to the Deer Park fans. After throwing out some insults to the good fans, their opponents, the Funky Fresh Boyz, got in the ring and picked up the win. As the Funky Fresh Boyz were celebrating, the Main Men interrupted their moment and claimed that they were going to once again defeat the Funky Fresh Boyz and cement themselves as the top contenders for the VPW Tag Team Championship.

Funky Fresh Boyz d. Main Men (Mike Magnum & Johnny “Muscles” Marinara)
Despite already wrestling a very competitive match, the Funky Fresh Boyz were able to win two in a row on this night. Muscles seemed to be aggravated at Magnum by the end of the match, wondering how they could have lost.

Jason Static d. Johnny Armani w/ Mikey Old School
Static came out once again without Sweet Pea. She is still recovering from injuries sustained by her ex-boyfriend Minyon. Jason Static then professed his fitness knowledge to the crowd. He said that he was toying with the idea of reforming Best Bodies, Inc. and was going to hold open tryouts right then and there. The only one who took him up on the offer was Johnny “Muscles” Marinara. Static made him to some drills in the ring and didn’t seem too impressed. He told Muscles that he’d have to prove himself. Johnny Armani then came out for the match, but Static made him an offer to join up. Static reminded Armani that he already defeated him a few months back in Centereach. Armani told Static that he had no interest in joining Best Bodies, Inc. Towards the end of the match, in an obvious attempt to prove himself, Muscles ran out and distracted the referee. During this time Static hit a low blow on Armani and also dropped to the floor as if he got hit instead. The referee seemed very confused by this and didn’t DQ either man. Static was then able to secure the quick win.

Triple Threat
Dani DT d. Taeler Hendrix & Barbie
Dani was able to overcome her two opponents, both making their VPW debuts.

Jerry Fitzwater Show
Fitzwater was joined by Grop and the returning Mikey the Security Guard. The guests were VPW Tag Team Champions Eclipse and E.J. Risk. Eclipse proclaimed that not only would their team win tonight, but they would also successfully retain their titles on 7/24/10 at Carnage in Centereach IV. Risk made it known that he believed VSK could not pin him fairly in the ring. He also said that after his team won tonight, he would take the New York State Championship on 7/24/10. Tired of hearing their opponents run their mouths, VSK and Crossfire stormed the ring to the fans delight, chasing off their boisterous opponents.

Razzle Dazzle & Josef Von Schmidt d. Zombie & Scott Reed
In this interestingly mashed up tag team match, Razzle Dazzle secured the win for his team by pinning the debuting Scott Reed.

“Cuban Crippler” Ricky Reyes d. Minyon
Minyon looked like he had Reyes’ number, but Jason Static decided to make sure things went differently for his nemesis. When the ref got knocked down, Minyon was on the offensive. Static ran out and attacked Minyon, leaving Reyes with easy pickings.

“The Resurrection of Tag Team Wrestling” Eclipse (Jay Delta & Xander Page) & E.J. Risk d. Crossfire (Flames & Nick Saint) w/ Mikey Old School & VSK
In this fantastic six man tag team main event, E.J. Risk pinned VSK to give his team the victory. Following the match, for the second show in a row, Risk dumped a full trash can onto the ringside cameraman. Risk then said that it was obvious that VSK could not beat him and he’d be taking the title at Carnage in Centereach IV. VSK then said that if Risk wanted a clear cut winner, they should make it two out of three falls for the championship.

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