By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
VOORHEES, NJ — On Saturday night, Combat Zone Wrestling presented “Decisions” from the Flyers Skate Zone. Joey Gacy retained his CZW World Heavyweight Championship over Lio Rush.
After the initial official was knocked down by Gacy, Rush hit the champion with a sledgehammer to the head, then was ruled the champion by the second official following a pinfall. Moments later, after the two officials had a dispute in the ring, the initial official restarted the match.
Moments later, Gacy won with a small package.
Maxwell Jacob Feinstein came out to the ring next. He wanted to talk to the fans in attendance; however, Storm of Entrails (Shlak and Dan O’Hare) ruined that. They tried to hide, but they just went under the ring.
Shlak found Maria Manic, who went to the ring with Feinstein. O’Hare then put her through a door with a slam. That would not be the end for Manic, as Shlak picked her up and used a version of a piledriver on her, as well.
Rush came back out and attacked official Nick Papagiorgio, who he said screwed him in the match with Gacy. He called it “bullsh*t” and said he was supposed to be the new champion.
Rush then said next month we’re going to see him and Gacy again. Gacy responded by saying, “Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere.” Rush says he wants CZW rules match.
Greg Excellent then defeated Alexander James. Tony Deppen was next as he defeated Ricky Shane Page with a small package.
Page said, following the match, he will be in the Cage of Death in December against whomever the champion will be at the time.
G-Raver and Stockade than came out to the ring to talk about their leader, Father Matthew Tremont. Shlak and O’Hare come out to attack those two, but this time around, G-Raver and Stockade escaped punishment.
Scorpio Sky defeated David Starr to retain his United Television Championship. Starr posted on Friday that he wanted to win the United Wrestling Network belt “to get back on track.”
Joey Janela defeated Nick Webb. Janela jumped off of the top rope onto a chair, which was placed on Webb’s stomach. The Asbury Park native then got the pinfall win.
After the match, Father Matthew Tremont’s music hit. Yet, he did not come out.
Drew Blood defeated Danny Havoc in a Pits of Thumbtacks Deathmatch. Blood got the win after his Notorious Inc. partner Devon Moore came through the crowd as Havoc’s The Nation of Intoxication partner Conor Claxton was waiting for Moore to come out the main way.
Moore helped his partner get the win, before escaping back through the crowd.
Father Matthew Tremont defeated Cannonball in a Cataclysm of Barbed Wire match. Tremont needed help from his stable to get the win.
G-Raver put several sharp blades, it appeared, into Cannonball’s forehead area. A short time later, the match was over. Cannonball sustained the worst damage of the two.
G-Raver and Stockade, along with Tremont, tried to attack Cannonball after the match. That was quickly ended, as Shlak, O’Hare, and Janela came to the ring to bring aide to Cannonball.
Janela then challenged Tremont to a 15-foot high steel cage match at next month’s show called “Sacrifices.”
In the Fatal Fourway Tables, Ladders and Chairs match, Scarlet & Graves (Dezmond Xavier and Zachary Wentz) retained their belts. They were in the match with Da Hit Squad (Monsta Mack and substitute Kyle The Beast), EYFBO (Angel Ortiz and Mike Draztik) and the Dub Boys (Nate Carter and Dave McCall).
Wentz and Xavier were the last two standing on the ladder grabbing their belts, officially ending the match. Several competitors attempted to stop them; however, it was too late as they already had their belts in their hands.
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