Arena Reports SHOW RESULTS - 12/14 CZW "Cage of Death" iPPV: Hero challenges for CZW Title, Davey Richards, COD main event, more
Dec 15, 2013 - 12:17:08 AM
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By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor
CZW "Cage of Death" results
December 14, 2013
Report by Sean Radican, PWTorch columnist
From the Internet PPV broadcast live-tweeted @SeanRadican...
Chris Hero opened the show saying he wanted to be in the first match so he could be part of ROH's "Final Battle" show. CZW champion Drew Gulak sold being upset that the match is opening the show and yelled at Tommy Dreamer for giving it the okay.
(1) CZW champion Drew Gulak beat Chris Hero via submission to retain the CZW Title. Gulak worked over Hero's leg the entire match. Hero rolled to the floor and appeared to be out the door for Final Battle after the match. But first, Hero showed Gulak respect. Overall, good match, but Hero looked a step slow at times.
Masada returned to CZW after the match and confronted Gulak.
(2) Joe Gacy beat Chuck Taylor, A.R. Fox, Tony Nese, Azrieal, Andrew Everett in a six-way Scramble match. The crowd went nuts for the Scramble match, which ended when Gacy pinned Fox.
(3) Greg Excellent beat Freight Train with a single-leg crab. Cherry now has to conform to Excellent's rules. He carried her away on his back and the fans chanted, "Yes!"
(4) CZW Tag champions Blk-Out (Ruckus & Blk Jeez) beat Juicy Product (J.T. Dunn & David Starr) to retain the CZW Tag Titles. Jeez pinned Starr with a Double Stomp.
(5) Kimber Lee beat Christina Von Eerie with a roll-up after the Gulak Campaign interfered. After the match, Von Eerie attacked Lee with skewers. Gross.
(6) Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds & Johnny Silver) beat The Colony. Beavers won with a tandem wheelbarrow slam on Fire Ant. Good match.
(7) Chris Dickinson beat Davey Richards. They beat the crap out of each other before the feed temporarily cut out due to power issues at the building. Afterwards, Dickinson put over Richards, who then said he believes ROH has lost its heart. Richards added that his time on the independents is coming to an end and he couldn't think of a better place to wrestle one of his last independent matches. Nice post-match exchange.
(8) OI4K (Jake Crist & Dave Crist & Nevaeh) beat CZW owner D.J. Hyde & The Front (Sozio & Biff Busick) in a six-person tag match. Neveah pinned Hyde after multiple chairs to the head. That's not a typo. The match was pretty good other than the chair shots.
(9) CZW Wired champion Alex Colon beat Shane Strickland to retain the CZW Wired TV Title. Colon won with a big double stomp. Underwhelming until things picked up at the end.
CZW then spent a great deal of time setting up the cage for the Cage of Death main event.
(10) Nation of Intoxication (Danny Havoc & Devon Moore & Lucky 13) beat Drew Blood & Matt Tremont & Ron Mathis & Rory Mondo in a Cage of Death match. Nick Mondo came out at the end of the match to help Lucky 13 win the match for the N.O.I. [ Reported by PWPonderings.com HERE ]
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