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CZW Proving Ground results

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

VOORHEES, NJ — Sami Callihan began the Combat Zone Wrestling’s Proving Ground show from the Flyers Skate Zone with a win over Alexander James, who returned following a tour of Germany. Callihan made James tap out with a leg-lock submission.

Following the match, Jake Christ came out to the ring with a bull horn — and kissed Callihan three times, before leaving.

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Dave Crist defeated Tony Deppen. Deppen was attacked by Mr. “Two Seconds” Tim Donst, as he was close to entering the ring.

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Deppen did not give Crist the easy win. He would fight back — but eventually Crist picked up the win.

Private Party (Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen) defeated The Ugly Ducklings (Rob Killjoy and Lance Lude). This was their first appearance in the Combat Zone for both teams.

The crowd liked both teams that they were both asked to come back to the Flyers Skate Zone again in the future. Both teams shook hands after their match.

Prior to the Six-Man scramble match, “The Artist” Jake Crist was replaced by Ace Romero, a 350-pounder, who had some impressive moves. The match now featured Shane Strickland, Romero, Greg Excellent, Tim Donst, Ace Austin and Alex Daniels.

Strickland got the win, as he pinned Austin. Following the match, Shlak and “The Big Scare” Dan O’Hare, also known as Storm of Entrails, attacked Austin — and put him through two chairs in the corner.

After leaving briefly, they returned with a door that said “Death” on it and putting him through it. They would attack him some more — and even hit him with the broken part of the door.

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Matt Tremont and Stockade defeated Jeff Cannonball and Joey Janela in an extreme Falls Count Anywhere match. G-Raver came out to help Tremont and Stockade get the win.

Maxwell Jacob Feinstein faked an injury to get a win over Ricky Shane Page. As Page was being nice to helping “The East Coast Barbie” Maria Manic out of the ring, Feinstein got the roll-up win.

Following the match, Page announced he’s in the Tournament of Death. He said his match will be a three-way match with Jimmy Havoc and John Wayne Murdoch.

Scarlet and Graves retained their CZW Tag Team Championships as Graves pinned Angel Ortiz from EYFBO to keep their belts in a three-way match that also involving the Dub Boys. The EYFBO and Dub Boys were not pleased that Scarlet and Graves, so now it’ll be a four-way match in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match next month on April 9th.

Da Hit Squad will be added to the card with the previous three teams.

In another Falls Count Anywhere match, Conor Claxton defeated Devon Moore. Claxton won after putting Moore through a table — and pinning him.

Joe Gacy retained his CZW World Championship as he defeated “Dirty” Chris Dickerson. Gacy got the win after Dickerson went through a Coffin top.

Gacy then says “I’m here to stay,” as the champion.

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Anthony Caruso III
Anthony Caruso IIIhttps://thecapitalsportsreport.com
Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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