Four Corner Elimination
Flames (w/ Mikey Old School) d. Johnny “Muscles” Marinara, Reggaedones (w/ Tina San Antonio) & Razzle Dazzle (w/ Jacob Hendrix)
Before the match began, Muscles dedicated it to his hero, Jason Static, and promised the fans that he would prove he is not the biggest loser. Razzle Dazzle was eliminated first by Flames. Muscles was then able to pin Reggaedones only to then be defeated by Flames. After the match, “German Hammer” Josef Von Schmidt stormed the ring and assaulted Old School and Flames. Von Schmidt then ran down America. Having seen and heard enough, The Patriot hit the ring. He challenged Von Schmidt to get in the ring and have their match right then and there, but Von Schmidt backed off.

VPW New York State Championship
VSK (c) d. Jay Delta
VSK was able to male it one year as champion by defeating one half of the VPW Tag Team Champions. After the match, VSK mentioned Ricky Reyes winning the 2010 Gold Rush Rumble and saying that he wanted the best, VSK. VSK made it clear that he was ready for their 10/9/10 showdown in Centereach.

Tina San Antonio (w/ Reggaedones) d. Dani DT
Once again with some help from Reggaedones, Tina San Antonio was able to defeat Dani DT. After the match, San Antonio and Reggaedones continued to go after Dani. Suddenly the Zombie ran down with Black Rose to help even the odds. We later found out that there will be a mixed tag team match on 10/9/10 featuring these four.

Jerry Fitzwater Show w/ Mack Daddy Flexx
Accompanied by Grop and Jacob Hendrix, Jerry Fitzwater came out singing a special American themed song. His guest was VPW Champion Mack Daddy Flexx. Fitzwater attempted to get to the bottom of Flexx’s recent behavior. Unexpectedly, Richie Tyler appeared in street clothes to confront his longtime friend. It looked like Tyler had gotten through to Flexx, but that didn’t last long. Flexx cracked Richie Tyler in the head with the belt and literally kicked him out of the ring. Joe So Delicious ran out and tried to go after Flexx, but Flexx jumped out of the ring leaving Hendrix and Grop as the only thing standing between him and Joe. Joe took Hendrix’s guitar and smashed him over the head. Flexx was gone by then. Fitzwater wondered why things like this keep happening on his show.

“Cuban Crippler” Ricky Reyes & E.J. Risk d. Funky Fresh Boyz (K-Funk & K-Fresh)
It looked like the Funky Fresh Boyz were on their way to a huge victory, but Reyes and Risk stole that from them. After the match was over, Reyes and Risk wanted to make an example out of the Funky Fresh Boyz. They grabbed chairs right out of the audience and whacked the Funky Fresh Boyz. They then placed the chairs around the necks of the Funky Fresh Boyz and were about to jump off the top rope onto the chairs, but VSK ran out with a chair of his own as an equalizer. Reyes and Risk backed off and VSK helped his friends up. Reyes told VSK that he’d be taking the title on 10/9/10.

Zombie (w/ Black Rose) d. Xander Page
Zombie defeated one half of the VPW Tag Team Champions. It was not a good night for Eclipse.

VPW Championship
“Ultra Sexy” Joe So Delicious d. Mack Daddy Flexx (c)
It appeared that Joe had Flexx’s number and was about to become the new VPW Champion. It also appeared that Flexx saw that too. In order to keep the gold, he took the coward’s way out and got himself intentionally disqualified when he once again hit Joe with the belt. A fallen Joe then challenged Flexx to a no disqualification match on 10/9/10 in Centereach.

Flag Match
“America’s Hero” The Patriot d. “German Hammer” Josef Von Schmidt
In an epic battle, the Patriot grabbed the flag of the USA and defeated Von Schmidt in a match dedicated to all those who were lost nine years ago. The Patriot proceeded to wave the red, white and blue flag, leading the fans in a USA chant to end the night.


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