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CZW’s Night of Infamy results

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

SEWELL, NJ — The show began with a bit after Alex Colon was not able to make it to face Mr. Claxton. Instead, the bit started with Mitch Vallen forcing the announcer out of the ring before Mr. Claxton came out and tried to tell Mitch and they could both end “Death Match Wrestling.” Shortly thereafter, Mr. Claxton basically threw Vallen to the wolves, as he was attacked by Dan O’Hare and put through two doors at the Rastelli Kids Complex.

JT Dunn defeated Ace Romero after Chrissy Rivera interfered. She then attempted to talk to Romero in the ring. After she berated him, he slammed her to the mat. Then, briefly left the ring, before coming back and running off the ropes for a big splash in the middle of the ring.

David Starr defeated Tim Donst. The two-second man was claiming that Starr was worse than him throughout the entire match — and even said that Starr would be appearing at DoJo Wars next month. Following the loss, Donst attacked the referee. He blamed the loss on the fans.

Ethan Page then defeated Space Monkey for the Southside Wrestling Championship to keep the United Kingdom belt. “The Zombie Princess” Jimmy Jacobs then defeated Sami Callihan in a CZW rules match. Jacobs made Callihan tap out with a guillotine choke.

Ricky Shane Paige (Photo by Ricky Shane Paige)

Ricky Shane Page (Photo by Ricky Shane Page)

This was the first-time that Jacobs competed in CZW in 2 1/2 years.

MJF defeated Dezmond Xavier in the fifth match of the show. Like MJF has done previously, he used a roll up to get the win over Xavier despite interference from MJF’s lawyer Mark Sterling.

Xavier then super kicked Sterling in the face after the match to get his frustration out. MJF briefly came into the ring to look after Sterling, but then left the ring.

The Rep (Nate Carter and Dave McCall) defeated Beaver Boys (John Silver and Alex Reynolds). McCall got the pin on Reynolds for the win.

For the CZW Heavyweight Championship, Joey Gacy defeated Shane Strickland with the help of his posse, as they attacked Strickland. A CZW group tried to help Strickland, but it was revealed that Alex Reynolds was a member of the posse and attacked his former Beaver Boys teammate John Silver.

Dan Berry and Reynolds held down Strickland, as Gacy went for a splash off the top rope. Gacy got the pin afterward and became the new champion.

Ricky Shane Page then came out and cashed in his CZW Heavyweight Championship opportunity after attacking the posse. After an attack from Larry Legend, who was initially a member of the posse, from behind, Ricky Shane Page got the pinfall win.

Strickland and Ricky Shane Page shook hands in the middle of the ring. Ricky Shane Page asked Strickland to join him in the Cage of Death on Dec. 9. Ricky Shane Page also asked Gacy to make it a three-way match in Dec., along with Strickland and Gacy.

In the final match, Jimmy Lloyd defeated Brandon Kirk in a Squared Circle of Sacrifice match. Lloyd threw Kirk off the scaffolding, through the glass and barbed wire onto chairs. Kirk was bleeding heavily after this despite already taking a beating and a bloodbath.

Lloyd slammed Kirk through another panel of glass and through the wood before the referee started counting. The pinfall was blocked from the few of the fans, but Lloyd was considered the winner.

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