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The Road to WLW’s Night of Champions 4 – Quick Shots of WLW Feb 2nd Event

Posted by flairwhoooooo on February 3, 2019

Results via Patrick Brandmeyer

Jack Gamble d. Camaro Jackson with the Blue Thunder Bomb (9:19).

-Jayden Dominic Rose d. Kenny Alfonso to retain the Jr. Heavyweight Title; Jack Gamble ran out to distract Alfonso and Rose capitalized with the roundhouse kick for the win (9:37). Camaro Jackson saved his partner from a post-match attack, leading to an impromptu tag bout.

 

-Alpha Omega(Camaro Jackson & Kenny Alfonso) d. Jr. Heavyweight Champion Jayden Dominic Rose & Jack Gamble; Jackson pinned Rose after he and Alfonso hit a back suplex/top-rope elbowdrop combo (7:19).

 

-Camron Bra’Nae d. Women’s Champion Stacey O’Brien(non-title) after a superkick (0:21).

 

-”The Hybrid Ace” Jon Webb fought “The Attraction” Austin Cravens to a time-limit draw to retain the Heavyweight Title (15:00).

 

-Tag Team Champions Kyle Roberts & “The Wrestler For The People” Rex Fults d. “Superstar” Steve Fender & Brandon Espinosa by DQ. Steve accidentally superkicked referee Martin Kattich, leaving no one to count the fall after Espy fell victim to Rex’s Blackhole Slam and Roberts’ frog splash…ref Richard White ran in but Espy kicked out at 2 ½. Fender & Espy turned the tide and Espinosa hit the brainbuster on Roberts with White making the three-count. The bell rang, but it was announced that Kattich had disqualified Fender & Espy for hitting an official and the tag champs were the winners (22:47)! The fragile relationship between Fender & Espy finally exploded as Espy attacked Fender, leaving him laying after two brainbusters.

The next WLW event is on Feb 16th, see you there.

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