CZW returned to action at the Flyers Skate Zone with Wanted! Tommy Dreamer made his full time debut with CZW when he along with Jimmy Jacobs and DJ Hyde were one of the 'poisons' Sami Callihan and Adam Cole had to choose from. Meanwhile, the Nation of Intoxication challenged the Catalyst for their newly won Tag Team Championships. But that wasn’t be the only title on the line. In the main event, MASADA defended the CZW World Championship against Joe Gacy, Christina Von Eerie, and Matt Tremont! All this and so much more went down Saturday from the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. If you weren’t there last night or simply would like to relive the action, you can do so by visiting CZWiPPV.com courtesy of RFVideoNOW.com! Otherwise, continue reading to find out what went down at Wanted.
Hale Collins & David Star def. Ben Ortiz & Vik Delicious
Nate Wallace & David McCall (the former Young Money) stated that Young Money is done and they are here to pick up wins and 'broads.'
Pepper Parks w/Cherry Bomb def. Roberto Castillo
Main Show (Now available at CZWiPPV.com courtesy of RFVideoNOW.com):
Shane Strickland def. Bandido Jr.
This hot opening match was just the momentum builder for Shane Strickland. With three remaining spots open in Best of the Best XII at the start of the night, a win for Bandido Jr. would have easily put him into one of those spots. Unfortunately for Bandido Jr., Shane Strickland overcame the obstacle of Chrissy Rivera on the outside to win the match and gain momentum heading into April 5th’s WrestleCon and April 13th’s Best of the Best XII iPPVs.
Jessicka Havok & Nevaeh went to a Double Countout
Once again WSU had some influence inside the squared circle when these two Midwest Bombshells squared off. WSU’s Denver Colorado joined CZW’s Dan Cowhey on commentary for the chaotic match. The WSU Champion Jessicka Havok was out to not only to get her first win inside the Combat Zone, she wanted to show her next challenger LuFisto how ultraviolent she can be. Unfortunately for Havok, OI4K’s Neveah showed that she can hang with the best of them. These two Bombshells brawled it out on the outside leading to a double countout.
Alex Reynolds def. Greg Excellent, Alex Colon, and Shane Hollister
In yet another match that had possible Best of the Best implications, Alex Reynolds beat the odds and came out victorious. It was a match that saw Hollister, Colon, and Reynolds team up on a few occasions to take out the “Plus-Sized Junior Heavyweight.” But all it took was for Reynolds to capitalize on an opportunity… And a hand full of tights.
Once again, Pepper Park and Cherry Bomb came out to 'help' the Combat Zone. This time they gave the nutrition facts for the concession stand products and stated that they have big plans for WrestleCon.
OI4K def. Alexander James & Kimber Lee of the Campaign for a Better Combat Zone w/Dewey Donovan.
This match was clearly a clash of beliefs, with OI4K believing in anarchy while the Campaign has their more conservative views. With Drew Gulak absent this month, the Campaign seemed a bit lost. In fact, James seemed more concerned with protecting Kimger Lee than winning the match. After the match, the Front surrounded the ring to attack. But Dewey Donovan ran to the back to get Mr. Tofiga. Just as Tofiga was about to enter the ring, BLK OUT’s Robbie Mireno hopped the guard rail and assaulted Tofiga with a pipe, leading to the Front “wacking” James with a steel chair. The Campaign meets their former business associates, the Front, at WrestleCon.
AR Fox successfully defended the Wired TV Championship against Azrieal
This match had huge implications had Azrieal defeated Fox. However, Fox continues to amazing CZW audiences with his acrobatic style of wrestling. That style will come in handy when he along with Shane Strickland, Rich Swann, Chiva Kid, and MK McKinnan face off in the Aerial Assault Match at WrestleCon, just one week prior to all these men heading into Best of the Best XII on April 13th.
The Catalyst successfully defended the Tag Team Championships against the Nation of Intoxication.
This was a must win match for the Catalyst, after many question the end result of Championship Match at CZW’s 14th Anniversary event. But the Catalyst proved they are worthy to hold the tag team belts. The only problem is the suspended BLK OUT has the belts. Speak of BLK OUT… After the match, BLK OUT attacked the champions with those stolen Tag Team Championship Belts. Once again BLK OUT left the Combat Zone in shambles.
Next up, Adam Cole and Sami Callihan came out to pick their poison. First up, Adam Cole chose his 'mentor' Jimmy Jacobs to face off against Sami Callihan. This choice clearly disappointed Cole’s original mentor, DJ Hyde.
Sami Callihan def. Jimmy Jacobs
Much like the entire war between Cole and Callihan, this match wasn’t with a bit of controversy. Early in the match, Nick Papagiorgio was forced to eject Adam Cole when he attempted to interject himself into the match. A few moments later, Tommy Dreamer was ejected from ringside. This left a dejected DJ Hyde at ringside mocking the efforts of Jimmy Jacobs on the inside. Jacobs and Callihan took each other to the limited in a five star contest. When it became clear Jacobs wasn’t going to beat Callihan, Cole returned to ringside in a failed effort to help Jacobs. In the end, Callihan was victorious.
After the match, Callihan made the obvious choice of Tommy Dreamer to face off against Adam Cole… In an Ultraviolent Rules Match!
Tommy Dreamer def. Adam Cole in an Ultraviolent Rules Match
Cole proved that he could hang with the Innovator of Violence in a style of match that he made famous. But unfortunately for Adam Cole, Sami Callihan was still lurking around and caned Cole’s head right off to help Dreamer get the victory.
Following the match, Adam Cole said that no matter what, he is still the best and Callihan is the second best. He then challenged Sami Callihan to ONE FINAL MATCH at Best of the Best XII.
Prior to the Main Event, it was announced that Sami Callihan will take on Brian Kendrick at WrestleCon on April 5th. Also announced were the final competitors for Best of the Best XII: Alex Colon, Alex Reynolds, and Uhaa Nation
Larry Legend made his return to the Combat Zone to resume his duties as Ring Announcer! Will be the Ring Announcer at both WrestleCon and Best of the Best XII
MASADA successfully defended the CZW World Championship by defeating Joe Gacy, Matt Tremont, and Christina Von Eerie.
The dynamics in this match were quite interesting. First, Joe Gacy was a man that clearly had issues with both Tremont and Eerie. Meanwhile, Tremont was looking to make his birthday a memorable one by achieving yet another dream. At the same time, Eerie and MASADA seemingly were looking out for each other and never truly crossed paths. Despite the dynamic, it was MASADA who successfully defended the title on the eve of his one year anniversary as champion. After the match, Gacy and Tremont issues remained unresolved and the two brawled to the back.