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Last night, CZW presented Awakening from the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ.
At Cage of Death 18, Joe Gacy realized his dream when he became the CZW World Champion when he defeated Jonathan Gresham. Meanwhile, Rickey Shane Page capped off a dream realizing year when he defeated Danny Havoc. Following RSP’s match, he proclaimed his new goal is to capture the top prize in CZW by the end of 2017. Officials liked that idea and scheduled the championship match for Awakening!
Dave Crist may be eating his statement from a year ago when he faced former friend Sami Callihan. Meanwhile, the rest of Scarlet & Graves defended their newly won CZW Tag Team Championships against the Dub Boys.
The Awakening was also be a night of of returns as David Starr, Maxwell Jacob Feinstein, and The Artist Formerly Known As Jake Crist were all in attendance.
But all the focus was on Matt Tremont. Last month he left the entire Combat Zone in a state of shock when he drove the CZW Wired Champion Joey Janela through a pane of glass. Since long before Tremont ever laced his boots, he admittingly bled black and yellow. But at Cage of Death 18, those colors seemingly dried out. Last night, Matt Tremont spoke out for the first time since turning his back on everyone.
All this and so much more went down at the Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, NJ. You can wait until the event is released on CZWStudios.com or continue reading for the quick results…Watch the replay at CZWStudios.com
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Tribute to Kevin “Whack Packer” Hogan
At the start of Eighteen, the entire CZW Family lined the ring to pay homage to one of its most loyal fans, Kevin Hogan. DJ Hyde then invited his parents into the ring so that Hogan could be inducted into the CZW Hall of Fame.
Jake Crist def. Shane Strickland
The Artist arrived with much fanfare and was victorious in his first outing back in the Combat Zone.
Tim Donst def. Tony Deppen
Prior to the match, Donst would catch Deppen off guard and slam him onto the ring apron. The match itself would only last a record setting TWO SECONDS before Deppen was forced to tap out to the From Dusk ‘Til Donst.
Homicide & Mercedes Martinez def. Greg Excellent & Crissy Rivera
Dave Crist def. Rickey Shane Page
Maxwell Jacob Feinstein w/Maria Manic def. Billy Danvers
David Starr vs. Matt Riddle ruled a Double Disqualification
Starr and Riddle defended their respective championships from Westside Xtreme Wrestling and Progress Wrestling in this controversial match. It would end with the Product raising both championships in the air. However, it wasn’t meant to be. This match would see three referees, with the second referee Dan Yost overruling Trooper Audubon’s decision and disqualified both men for attacking him.
Jimmy Havoc Confirmed for Tournament of Death 16
Joe Gacy def. Shigehiro Irie to retain the CZW World Championship
Scarlet & Graves def. EYFBO to retain the CZW Tag Team Championships
Once again, the Tag Team Championship match would end in controversy when the Dub Boys came down. As of press time no one truly knows their intentions. However, it wasn’t long before their presence caused a chaotic scene ultimately leading to EYFBO losing the match.
Joey Janela def. Stockade to retain the CZW Wired Championship
Janela may have been victorious despite Father Matthew Tremont’s presence, but once again his girlfriend Penelope Ford would be stretchered out of the arena after being powerbombed onto cinderblocks by Stockade. Cannonball would arrive to help Janela and Ford. He then issued a challenge for Tremont and Stockade to face him and Janela next month at Proving Grounds.
Notorious Inc. (Devon Moore & Drew Blood) def. Conor Claxton & Danny Havoc in a Fans Bring the Weapons Match
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