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GSW Degeneration 2016, Held in South West U.S., Attendance: 442

After a short absence during the last few GSW shows, Nicole Kiss once again opened the show by running down the card, leading of course to her client Omar defending the GSW West Coast title in the opening match. The short break seemed to have thrown her a little off balance, as for the first time since her debut, Nicole seemed to struggle a bit without a concrete script to follow, but still it was a strong start to the show, as she largely has her steamy looks to fall back on, a certain crowd pleaser for the the rowdy GSW fans.
Grade: D 41


GSW West Coast title match
Omar (with Nicole Kiss) vs Drop Kix (with Osiris)
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In a decent match, Omar defeated Drop Kix in 9:47 by pinfall with a High Velocity Headbutt. Omar makes defence number 4 of his GSW West Coast title.
Short but sweet, the opening bout was packed with dangerous spots and exciting high risk moments in a car crash of a match meant to quickly get the crowd going straight out of the gates. Osiris was in the corner of Drop Kix mainly to work her gimmick and provide an explanation as to how the youngster ended up in a title match, but she and her latest client turned out to be a pretty successful pairing after all. Both managers played into the style of the match by getting in a catfight that got fans going almost as much as the actual match itself, especially when the grappling led to some well-placed "wardrobe malfunctions" that exposed a fair bit of flesh. Drop Kix hit a plancha to the outside in order to rescue Osiris, but Omar was able to shake the ropes just in the nick of time to mess with his aiming and send him crashing onto the barricade. Nicole Kiss rolled the youngster back into the ring where Omar hit him with the High Velocity Headbutt for the win, retaining his title.
Grade: E+ 33

Busta Capp (with Kandii) vs Cheech Kong (with Osiris)
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In a bout that had a decent reaction from the crowd but sub-par wrestling, Busta Capp defeated Cheech Kong in 10:05 by stoppage when Cheech Kong was injured and could not continue.
Osiris came out again, this time leading Cheech Kong to the ring and getting some "filthy cougar" chants from the fans. Much more charismatic and entertaining than her previous client, this one played to the chants with some dancing and crotch swinging, which in turned sparked the fans into a "Cheech Dong" chant. Once he was in the ring with Busta Capp though, it was anything but fun and games. The veteran literally dominated the match, venting his frustration on the youngster who showcased some improvement in his Performance skills while Osiris added to the drama with screams on the outside as Cheech Kong was beaten down, gangsta-style. Given the booking of the match, the ending came as no surprise when Cheech, already bleeding like a pig, was Mafia Kicked through a table wrapped in barb wire that had been set up on one corner of the ring, leading the referee to stop the match as he deemed Kong unable to continue.
Grade: E 27

State of Destruction took to the ring next, cutting a short but menacing promo to reveal themselves as the surprise opponents of Brown Pride and promise that by the end of it, the two latinos would be in no state to interfere in the main event and assist their esse, Mexico's Finest.
Grade: B- 74

State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard) vs Brown Pride (LatiNoFear & MexiCain)
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In a bout that had a decent reaction from the crowd but sub-par wrestling, State Of Destruction defeated Brown Pride in 6:29 when Boneyard defeated LatiNoFear by pinfall with a Choke Slam.
This match delivered exactly what one would expect, a quick, overbooked squash that once again played to State of Destruction's strengths and limitations. Although Boneyard scored the pin, it was BB Colossus that showcased some improvement in terms of Performance skills, while on the other side MexiCain came out of the match looking relatively strong when compared to his partner.
Grade: E+ 31

CJ Weston led Aces High to the ring next, before cutting a blistering promo on Cali Sick in response to his words last month. Weston called Slick a "weak ass bitch" for losing the GSW American title to Fro Sure and pointed out that it's Slick that needs him, not the other way around. Before introducing Slick's replacement, who would also be his opponent for the night, Weston turned to Aces High and questioned his loyalty in the situation, given High's teaming with Slick as the Long Beach Crew. Reluctantly, Aces High confirmed he's on Weston's side, but refused to stick around for the match, instead retreating to the backstage area.
Grade: D 46

Cali Slick vs Raheem Stash (with CJ Weston)
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In a bout that had a decent reaction from the crowd but sub-par wrestling, Cali Slick defeated Raheem Stash in a Street Fight match in 14:52 by pinfall with a Slick-Back.
A gruelling battle between CJ Weston's former and current client, this one had all the potential on paper given the story as well as size and menace of those involved, but sadly didn't deliver since the two men don't seem to click in the ring and this made the flow of the match feel a bit clunky. Stash is still pretty green but Slick carried him as best as he could and CJ Weston chipped in.
Even Aces High showed up again in an attempt to salvage the match, pushing the storyline further and getting a huge pop from the fans. Aces teased whether he'd get involved and in favor of who, but eventually his presence was just a distraction and it didn't throw Slick off his game to allow Stash much. Slick got the win in the end and traded some words back and forth with Aces still on the outside, but everything is still open to interpretation, a clever booking trick to keep fans wanting to see what happens next.
Grade: E+ 34


GSW American title match
Fro Sure vs Mexico's Finest
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In a decent match, Fro Sure defeated Mexico's Finest in a Street Fight match in 15:02 by pinfall with a Sure Thing. Fro Sure makes defence number 3 of his GSW American title.
Just like the match that came before it, this one felt big when announced but didn't live up to the hype due to the styles of those involved clashing badly. Fro's flamboyant entertaining style didn't exactly click with the grittier, over-the-top violent style of Mexico's Finest and this dragged an otherwise excellent bout down. The story here was largely whether Brown Pride would be able to make an appearance and help Finest, then as the match went on and they were nowhere to be seen, Finest turned up the violence to show that he can fare well on his own and doesn't need crutches. Fro had to fight tooth, claw and nail for his life and after a slow, gruelling comeback that got fans behind him, he was finally able to piledrive his opponent with the Sure Thing and defend the title once again.
Grade: D- 36

Show grade: D 44
IPW's July show grade: D 41

Few days before the show, GSW released a video on their website in which they mocked IPW, but it backfired and fans came up with parodies of it that ended up hitting GSW much harder
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GSW Uprising 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title match: Fro Sure vs ??
It has been confirmed on GSW's website that Fro Sure will be defending his American title in the main event, but his opponent will be announced that night, so anything goes.
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza (Mexico's Finest, LatiNoFear & MexiCain) vs The Long Beach Crew (Cali Slick & Aces High ) and Raheem Stash
La Raza face an interesting collection of opponents with a lot of unresolved issues between them. Will things finally reach a boiling point or will the prize unite the three rivals in a common cause?
GSW Tag Team titles match: Hotline Miami (Richard the Rooster & Tony the Tiger) vs State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard)
A much anticipated rematch, Hotline Miami face the team they beat for the tag titles and anything goes
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GSW Uprising 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title match: Fro Sure vs ??
I like to be adventurous with my predictions, but I've never seen the mystery opponent come out in a title match (except Hotline Miami, GOAT), plus Fro Sure is Hella over it seems
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza (Mexico's Finest, LatiNoFear & MexiCain) vs The Long Beach Crew (Cali Slick & Aces High ) and Raheem Stash
'Will things finally reach a boiling point or will the prize unite the three rivals in a common cause?" This is Wrestling, so imma say, no.
GSW Tag Team titles match: Hotline Miami (Richard the Rooster & Tony the Tiger) vs State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard)
Your big men are no match for a drugged up Tony the Tiger!

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Loving the show.

GSW Uprising 2016 card (Subject to change)

GSW American title match: Fro Sure vs ??
It has been confirmed on GSW's website that Fro Sure will be defending his American title in the main event, but his opponent will be announced that night, so anything goes.

GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza (Mexico's Finest, LatiNoFear & MexiCain) vs The Long Beach Crew (Cali Slick & Aces High ) and Raheem Stash
La Raza face an interesting collection of opponents with a lot of unresolved issues between them. Will things finally reach a boiling point or will the prize unite the three rivals in a common cause?

GSW Tag Team titles match: Hotline Miami (Richard the Rooster & Tony the Tiger) vs State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard)
A much anticipated rematch, Hotline Miami face the team they beat for the tag titles and anything goes
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Loving the show.
Thanks for the encouragement. Been wondering how interesting things can get if I'm not writing out the entire promos/matches, seems to be working pretty well so far.
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GSW Uprising 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title match: Fro Sure vs ??
It's too soon for the Bro with the Fro to drop. Unless you've pulled in a top name. I'll stick with the champ though.
GSW Top Crew titles match: La Raza (Mexico's Finest, LatiNoFear & MexiCain) vs The Long Beach Crew (Cali Slick & Aces High ) and Raheem Stash
The Long Beach Crew/Stash are gonna take the straps here. Back to the midcard with La Raza.
GSW Tag Team titles match: Hotline Miami (Richard the Rooster & Tony the Tiger) vs State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard)
Hmmm... not confident but I think you're unlikely to switch right back.
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Finally caught up on things again. Really enjoying it. Life has kept me so busy it is hard to keep up with things on here these days so shorter write-ups like this are a godsend.
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GSW Uprising 2016, Held at The Warehouse in South West U.S., Attendance: 466

Nicole Kiss came out to open the show, but her usual running down of the card was quickly interrupted by Kandii, who urged her to clear the ring as her client, Omar, wasn't scheduled to defend his GSW West Coast title. This backfired though when Kiss pointed out that neither was Busta Capp, burying Kandii not only with her words, but also her superior delivery on the mic that made the hostess of the Warehouse look weak in comparison. The two women teased an impending catfight, when Osiris popped up to simply hand a paper slip to the ring announcer, who proceeded to announce a special, on-the-fly match booked just now, a hint once again to the backstage pull of Osiris and another feather on the cap of her Slut gimmick, which she's getting better at portraying. Needless to say that opening the show with all three of GSW's sizzling hot ladies was more than enough to pop the crowd and get the show off to a strong start.
Grade: D 44

Drop Kix (with Osiris) vs E-Soteric
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In a poor match, E-Soteric defeated Drop Kix in 15:08 by pinfall with a Double Arm DDT through a table.
Partly thanks to the (kayfabe) influence of Osiris and partly thanks to his real life chemistry with her, Drop Kix seems to be moving up the ranks with more on-screen time than ever before. His match with E-Soteric was exciting and violent enough to fire up the bloodthirsty GSW faithful and the booking played to his strengths despite ultimately taking the fall after a stunt bump through a table, but behind the scenes though, this was a complete disaster. Early into the match, Drop Kix almost botched a high risk move and nearly injured his opponent, which pissed off E-Soteric to the point where he in turn botched a backbreaker and broke Kix's ribs. While the real life heat added to the match, the injury happened early enough to hold back Kix. To his credit though, he completed the match and even took the final bump, an attitude that's bound to help him in the long run.
Grade: E 29

Fans lost it when an all-too-familiar music hit the speakers and former SWF Tag Team Champions, Shady K and Knuckles, came out to the ring. The team known as "Death Row" cut a short promo about Hotline:Miami hiring them to fight in their spot and take out State of Destruction. The announcement elevated the hype of the match even though it was no longer for the GSW Tag Team titles and the two men did a decent job of acting out their Hired Gun gimmicks, with Knuckles doing slightly worse than his partner.
Grade: D 43

Death Row (Shady K & Knuckles) vs State of Destruction (BB Colossus & Boneyard)
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In a decent match, Death Row defeated State Of Destruction in 6:05 when Knuckles defeated Boneyard by pinfall with a Death Sentence.
Again, the match was (over)booked to SoD's strengths with the chaos hiding the huge gap in performance between the two teams. BB Colossus was having a really bad night, which meant that Boneyard had to step up and pick up the slack. On the other side, Shady K peppered his performance with plenty of character work to improve his gimmick, dropping a lot of insults and talk about getting paid to do this, while Knuckles clearly carried the match putting in performance of the night despite the overall Mayhem.
Grade: D- 38


GSW Top Crew titles match
La Raza (Mexico's Finest & Brown Pride) vs The Long Beach Crew (Aces High & Cali Slick) and Raheem Stash (with CJ Weston)
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In a decent match, Raheem Stash and Long Beach Crew defeated La Raza (Mexico's Finest, LatiNoFear and MexiCain) in 15:30 when Cali Slick defeated LatiNoFear by pinfall after interference from CJ Weston. Raheem Stash and Long Beach Crew win the GSW Top Crew titles.

Just like the last time the GSW Top Crew titles were defended, this match was yet again held under Sadistic Madness rules a.k.a. "No Blood, No Pin". As expected, Mexico's Finest did all the heavy lifting for his team, showing improvement in his character work, Rumble and Performance skills but his part was abruptly cut short when Stash hit him with a sloppy move that apparently injured his knee. This caused both members of Brown Pride to assault Stash in revenge, but also swung momentum of the match in favor of the other team. With Aces High clearly stoned out of his mind, Cali Slick had to take matters into his own hands and after an assist from CJ Weston he never asked for, he picked up LatiNoFear to piledrive him onto the steel steps that had been brought in the ring to be used as a weapon earlier. No celebrating came after the ring of the bell, as the uneasy alliance of CJ Weston and his team were handed the titles in a win that only complicated their relationship.
Grade: D- 40

More surprise appearances were in line as Remmy Skye was revealed to be Fro Sure's mystery opponent for the GSW American title. Portraying a "chemically enhanced" extremist daredevil isn't far from Skye's real life character and he did a great job strutting to the ring as he soaked up the fans' reaction.
Grade: D 45


GSW American title match
Fro Sure vs Remmy Skye
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In a decent match, Remmy Skye defeated Fro Sure in 14:40 by pinfall with a Skye Diver. Remmy Skye wins the GSW American title.

Full of flashy moves, big spots and dangerous bumps, the main event was nothing short of a Car Crash. With Fro seeming a little off his game and visibly tiring by the end of this all-out bout, the popular high flyer's victory felt a tad more justified when he hit the Skye Diver off the top turnbuckle to win the match and claim the GSW American title on his debut with the promotion. Despite Skye's popularity and edgy gimmick that fans can get behind, the controversial decision to put the title on a non-black, high flying wrestler for the first time ever had fans buzzing for long after the match was over, a sign that the company's storytelling and the West Coast Wars in general are far from boring.
Grade: D 46

Show grade: D 44
IPW's August show grade: D 45
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Thank you very much, glad to have you on board once again. It's no secret your Dynasty was a big reason why I got into GSW.


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It's too soon for the Bro with the Fro to drop. Unless you've pulled in a top name. I'll stick with the champ though.
Well, I did pull in a top name after all \_(ツ)_/


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The Long Beach Crew/Stash are gonna take the straps here. Back to the midcard with La Raza.
With 2 out of 3 members having problems with the law, La Raza is living on borrowed time anyway. There's plenty of story to be told between Slick and CJ's breakup, with Aces and Stash weaved into it all. The "awkward title holders team" move made sense here.


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Hmmm... not confident but I think you're unlikely to switch right back.
Turns out Hotline:Miami didn't wrestle and it wasn't even a title match, but I hope the presence of Death Row made up for it. GSW is in dire need of good tag teams right now and a Death Row vs Hotline:Miami title match could really blow the roof.


As a little insight into my booking/writing, I like to put up the card for a show as soon as the previous one is done. Given the unpredictable nature of GSW's talent, this really makes the card subject to change and should keep you hooked/guessing. That said, the whole Death Row deal came up within the month, after the match was announced. I initially planned to have them run-in, but it's a lot of money to spend just for interference and given everyone's popularity, this felt like the best decision; everyone can live with it and it still makes narrative sense.
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GSW King of California 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title rematch: Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure
Remmy Skye picked up a controversial title win during his debut against the ever popular Fro Sure. Without the element of surprise, will the outcome be any different this time?
Non title match: Death Row vs Hotline:Miami
It has been reported that after Uprising was over, the two teams were seen fighting in the parking lot. There has been no word as to why, but they have been officially booked in a non title match at King of California.
King of California: Final Round
A one on one match between the winners of the two previous matches to crown this year's King of California.
King of California Qualifier: Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch
Slick may be the favorite in this match, but with La Raza and CJ Weston's boys out for his hide, can he make it to the finals?
King of California Qualifier: Busta Capp vs Hard-1
Clash of the veterans as Capp looks to get back on top while Hard-1 looks for one last big run before time catches up on him.
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GSW King of California 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title rematch: Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure
Wouldn't see a reason to keep the belt on Remmy just for the shock value,
in the war with IPW, you have the ball, I think you should roll with it.

Non title match: Death Row vs Hotline:Miami
My Boy Tony got this.
King of California: Final Round Cali Slick vs Busta Capp
Feel like Cali could get a little push to possibly face Remmy later down the line with a win here, but Im not sure where this will go.
King of California Qualifier: Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch
King of California Qualifier: Busta Capp vs Hard-1
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GSW King of California 2016 card (Subject to change)

GSW American title rematch: Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure
Remmy Skye picked up a controversial title win during his debut against the ever popular Fro Sure. Without the element of surprise, will the outcome be any different this time?

Non title match: Death Row vs Hotline:Miami
It has been reported that after Uprising was over, the two teams were seen fighting in the parking lot. There has been no word as to why, but they have been officially booked in a non title match at King of California.

King of California: Final Round
A one on one match between the winners of the two previous matches to crown this year's King of California.

King of California Qualifier: Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch
Slick may be the favorite in this match, but with La Raza and CJ Weston's boys out for his hide, can he make it to the finals?

King of California Qualifier: Busta Capp vs Hard-1
Clash of the veterans as Capp looks to get back on top while Hard-1 looks for one last big run before time catches up on him.
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GSW King of California 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title rematch: Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure

Non title match: Death Row vs Hotline:Miami

King of California: Final Round Busta Capp v Deaf Touch

King of California Qualifier: Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch

King of California Qualifier: Busta Capp vs Hard-1
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GSW King of California 2016 card (Subject to change)
GSW American title rematch: Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure
Remmy Skye is a big acquisition. I think he holds for a while yet.
Non title match: Death Row vs Hotline:Miami
Hard to see why the challengers would lose a non title match.
King of California: Final Round
I'm gonna gamble and say Hard-1 picks up the cheap win when Cali gets cheap shotted.
King of California Qualifier: Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch
I think Cali sees off the jackals in this one but may be caught out by numbers in the final.
King of California Qualifier: Busta Capp vs Hard-1
Almost a coin toss for me.
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GSW King of California 2016, Held in South West U.S., Attendance: 402

The owner of GSW himself, Brother Grimm, came out to address the fans and open what's probably the promotion's biggest annual show with a masterful freestyle promo. Grimm publically fired Aces High and vacated the GSW Top Crew titles, promising new champions will be crowned next month, then warned that anyone interfering in the King of California tournament matches would be fired on the spot. Osiris was wrapped around his arm all the time looking hot and playing up her Slut gimmick, a move that also provided some explanation for her apparent backstage pull. Between her looks and Grimm's mic skills while shooting from the hip, this angle fired up the crowd and got the show off to a strong start.
Grade: B- 72

King of California Semi-finals match
Busta Capp (with Kandii) vs Hard-1
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In a decent match, Busta Capp defeated Hard-1 in Street Fight in 14:34 by pinfall with a Mafia Kick after Kandii interfered.
A solid opening bout between two reliable brawlers, this one saw Hard-1 give Capp a run for his money. Forced into defense for most of the match, Capp took a few shortcuts to turn the match around and it all culminated to the finale of Kandii putting herself in harm's way to distract Hard-1 and allow her client to set up the Mafia Kick that took him down for the pin. The finished served in keeping Hard-1 strong despite the loss, but his antics towards Kandii also helped showcase his new Pimp gimmick. Edgier and more unique than his former Street Fighter one, it was warmly received by the GSW faithful and should serve him well going forward.
Grade: D- 36

King of California Semi-finals match
Cali Slick vs Deaf Touch
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In a decent match, Cali Slick defeated Deaf Touch in a Street Fight match in 14:58 by pinfall with a Slick-Back.

Unhindered by the risk of potential interference after Grimm's opening announcement, Cali Slick was free to focus on his match against the ever dangerous Deaf Touch. The two put up a decent, competitive match but it was Slick who walked away victorious after he dodged a Mafia Kick and caught the off-balance Deaf Touch with a Slick-Back.
Grade: D 42

King of California Final
Busta Capp (with Kandii) vs Cali Slick
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In a decent match, Cali Slick defeated Busta Capp in a Street Fight match in 15:08 by pinfall with a Slick-Back. Cali Slick wins the GSW King of California tournament.

Faced with a competent opponent in his prime, Busta Capp was able to showcase improved Performance skills as he used his Selling and Psychology to tell the story of his dramatic fight to stay on top of the game. Coupled with the assists from Kandii, Busta fought tooth and claw but ultimately succumbed when hit with the Slick-Back. All it took was one opening for Cali Slick to hit his big move and win the match, along with the title of the new GSW King of California.
Grade: D 46

Non-title Grudge match
Death Row (Shady K & Knuckles) vs Hotline:Miami (Richard the Rooster & Tony the Tiger)
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In a decent match, Death Row defeated Hotline:Miami in a Street Fight in 15:18 when Shady K defeated Tony the Tiger by submission.

Before the match, a briefcase was placed onto the time keeper's table. As the ring announcer let everyone know, the briefcase contained the money that should have been paid to Death Row for their appearance last month. That money was the prize for the winner of the match, with Death Row fighting for their paycheck while Hotline:Miami were looking to get away with a freebie. With such a personal storyline behind it, the match of course was in-your-face, smashmouth and ultra violent, a real Car Crash with many moving parts in it. Shady K was the MVP for his team and rightfully picked up the win, showing some innovative offense with weapons to fill in for his partner running out of steam before the bell. On the other hand, Richard the Rooster debuted a strange sound between a rooster's cawk and a psychotic laugh which added depth to his insane character, but he also took a crazy piledriver from the top rope head-first onto the briefcase. In the end it was Death Row who stood tall, raising the dented briefcase high above their heads in victory.
Grade: D 42


GSW American title match
Remmy Skye vs Fro Sure
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In a decent match, Remmy Skye defeated Fro Sure in 15:25 by pinfall with a Skye Diver. Remmy Skye makes defence number 1 of his GSW American title.

Probably the best match GSW has been able to put up so far this year, the rematch between Skye and Fro was everything fans expected and blew the original out of the water, with both men showing an extra edge in their Performance skills to take things over the line. Fro fought a hellacious battle as he brawled a drugged-out-of-his-mind Skye around the ring, but it was that chemical enhancement that seemingly allowed the champion to bypass the pain and make his comeback, all the way to the big final spot where he shoved Fro Sure off the apron and through the announcers' table, before himself climbing the top turnbuckle to hit the Skye Diver onto the remains.
Grade: C- 53

Show grade: D+ 52
IPW's September show grade: D 41

During their September show, IPW handed anti-GSW signs to their audience during ticket sales, but the move backfired and at the day of the show, several people came with their own pro-GSW signs as a reaction to the promotion's underhanded move.

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