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Down With The Sickness
On Saturday, CZW presented its LAST event from the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ when it presented Down With The Sickness. The annual Chri$ Ca$h Memorial took place as part of the first half of the double feature. It pit The Rep against the Private Party to crown number one contenders for the CZW Tag Team Championships. The second part was capped off on a sad note as the Combat Zone bid farewell to the greatest CZW competitor to never hold the CZW World Championship. It was Danny Havoc’s last match against Alex Colon in a Viking’s Funeral Deathmatch! All this and so much more went down on Saturday! Continue reading below for results or checkout the replay coming soon to CZWStudios.com.
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Sami Callihan def. Jimmy Lloyd
Following the match, Sami Callihan shook the young competitor’s hand in a sign of respect.
Video Package: Anthony Gagone is Coming to the Combat Zone
OI4k (Jake & Dave Crist) def. The Ugly Ducklings w/ Coach Mike
Following the match, a strange video introducing the Carnies played. When the lights would come back up, the Carnies were in the ring and threw fireballs in the faces of the Crist Brothers!
Shane Strickland def. Jason Cade w/Veda Scott to retain the CZW World Championship
Following the match, sirens began to blare as Joe Gary and his henchmen surrounded the Champion. The locker room would clear out and chase Gacy and his men off.
DJ Hyde Announces His New Business Partner
At the conclusion of Once in a Lifetime, it was revealed that DJ Hyde sold 50% of the Combat Zone to an investor. At first, MJF came down to the ring claiming he was the new investor. But as soon as he turned around to hug Hyde, he was met with a HUGE lariat! The investor turned out to be the former CZW World Champion Matt Tremont! Tremont would then go on to formally announce the move of CZW business operations to Sewell, NJ. While Tremont was addressing the audience, Mr. Conor Claxton remained at ringside seemingly disgusted with Tremont. Claxton would go as far as to denounce the new owner. This led to Tremont’s first order of business… An impromptu match with the former Wrench.
Mr. Conor Claxton def. Matt Tremont
The Rep (Dave McCall & Nate Carter) def. The Private Party (Isiah Kassidy & Marq Quen) in the Chri$ Ca$h Memorial Ladder Match to become #1 Contenders for the CZW Tag Team Championships
The conclusion of the match would see Marq Quen take one risk too many and seemingly injure himself. Maven Bentley and CZW Medical Staff would come out to check on him. Kassidy would then attempt to climb the ladder when it seemed the injury to his partner wasn’t as serious as first thought. As Kassidy reached the top, Bentley would shove the ladder over sending Kassidy crashing into the turnbuckles and allowing The Rep to get the victory!
Johnny Silver def. David Starr
MASADA def. Stockade w/G-Raver, Zachary Wentz, and Tim Donst
MJF def. Ace Romero to retain the CZW Wired Championship
The conclusion of the match saw Greg Excellent and Chrissy Rivera arrive to cost Romero the match. Before MJF could celebrate with Penelope Ford, MASADA would arrive. MJF ran in fear leaving his girlfriend and championship title behind!
Alex Colon def. Danny Havoc in the Viking’s Funeral Deathmatch and Danny Havoc’s Last Match