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Thanks for predictions, guys! Just as a heads up, I知 on vacation at the moment (getting married on Thursday!) so this WILL be back but it値l be a week or so.
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Thanks for predictions, guys! Just as a heads up, I知 on vacation at the moment (getting married on Thursday!) so this WILL be back but it値l be a week or so.
Congratulations.
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Awesome! Congrats!
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Thanks for predictions, guys! Just as a heads up, I知 on vacation at the moment (getting married on Thursday!) so this WILL be back but it値l be a week or so.
Congrats! I was just on vacation and just got engaged this past week, small world. Hope things go well!
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Thanks for the congratulations, all - it went really well, Vegas is awesome!

Let's get this thing going again.

CZCW Christmas Cage Chaos Mon Week 1 Dec 2016


Pre-show

Cherry Bomb beats Maria Guest via Cherry Bomb. (D-)

El Mtico Jr beats Rapido, The Architect, Austin Smooth and Jules Night with a German Suplex on Night. (D+)

Ricky DeColt & Courtney beat Elliot Thomas and Copperhead, Courtney hitting his Face First Suplex on Thomas. Thomas has an off-night here. (D+)

Main show


Brit announces that the classic CZCW tournament King of the Indies will return in July - bigger and better than ever before, featuring wrestlers from all over the COTT - but before then, the January 1st show will see the first ever Queen of the Indies tourney! (B+)

Donnie beats Al in a good match; Coleman never quite looks on Donnie's level here but is given a decent amount of offense before the decisive victory comes with Death on Miami Beach. (C+)

Zach beats Bullseye via Freak Out, showing a real fire in his work as he takes it to the We Break Bodies member. (D+)

Talia promo in which she says that she is confident she can beat both Fuyuko and Danielle tonight to retain. (D+)

Masked Cougar and El Jaguar win the COTT Titles from Old School Principals after I Am Cougar, Hear Me Roar on Mauler. (C-)

Matt Murdoch and Jonnie Perez win a hardcore bout vs Walls and Keenan, Jonnie putting Walls through a table. The crowd seem a little confused on who - if anyone - to cheer, but it's a decent bout. (C-)

Sweetheart promo, saying Talia couldn't beat her before and she definitely can't now. (C-)

Bradley Blaze becomes the first ever CZCW Sprint champion, getting the Dallas Drop on Simon Waves in 9 minutes to win against Waves, Yellow Flash and AAW. Waves takes a big bump after Yellow Flash and Air Attack Weasel hit him with a double suplex from the apron to the outside, and seems to hurt his back, selling the injury for the rest of the match. (C+)

American Flash, Campbell and Blackfriar beat Nemesis's team of E-Z, Stanley Axis and Sanchez Villano in a hardcore bout. Ash Campbell hesitates over whether to blast E-Z with a chair when he's tied in the ropes; Blackfriar has no such compunction and grabs the chair, pulverising him with it. (D+)

Brit hypes Higa vs Talia vs Sweetheart, coming up in tonight's main event. (C-)

Idol retains over surprise challenger Jackpot Jordan, who underwhelms the crowd - to say the least. Idol himself looks confused at the appearance of his former tag team partner. Kip Keenan, joining Cliff Anderson and The Guru on commentary, says he was told by Idol to go out there and find someone who'd take him to the limit, and the hatred between this pair means Jordan will do just that. The ring work doesn't seem to tell that story, though; it's a fairly clean match with little real animosity showing. (C+)

Donnie says he can't wait to become King of the Indies in July, but there's unfinished business with Matt Murdoch first. (B)

Trios title cage match is awesome, with Chavez, Waves and Mimic coming incredibly close on several occasions but in the end, the veteran team is too much for them. Ninja, AFF and Acid II win when Acid II nails Waves with the Acid Rain Bomb; commentators suggest that maybe two matches in one night took its toll on Waves, who sells his back injury right from the start. (B-)

And in the other cage match, the three women put on a fabulous show, with tons of near falls. Eventually, Higa hits the Higa Green Driver on Sweetheart with Talia down on the outside, but the champ is playing possum and blindsides the ex-title holder to nail Spinal Trauma for the victory.

Post-match, familiar music plays, and CHERRY BOMB is back! She formally announces she's in Queen of the Indies, staring down the three women in the ring! (C-)

B- overall.
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Predictions from last show

Jay 7
John 5

As always, thanks for predictions, guys!

Queen of the Indies entrants.

Representing CWWF, Laura Flame and Ariel Breaks

Representing AAA, Cherry Bomb, Steph Blake and Demelza Wade

Representing QAW, Pamela Rojo and Darkness Cat

Representing OLLIE, Queen Amazon and Mystery Pink

Representing CILL, Poison Ivy and Estrella Blanca

Representing CZCW, Fuyuko Higa, Talia Quinzel, Danielle Sweetheart, Claire Winters and Maria Guest.




CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 1 Dec 2016


Pre-show

Mario da Silva and Zach Rudge (who look awesome together, which has probably improved Mario's career prospects in the Zone by about 700%) beat Amo Del Gato/Jules Night and the Aces of Mayhem, Ace Youngblood tapping out to da Silva's Kimura. Crowd are also eating up da Silva's rock star gimmick, complete with scantily clad groupies. (D)

Donnie J and Frankie Perez beat Copperhead and the Architect, Copperhead tapping out to Frankie's P Clutch. (C)

Main show

Brit opens things up running down the roster of competitors who'll be participating in the Queen of the Indies. (B-)

Kicking the tournament off, Higa gets a quick win over Mystery Pink. (C)

Post-match, Higa and Brit celebrate in the ring, until they're interrupted by Steph Blake who tells them to get out so she can qualify for the next round. They do, but Higa and Blake are glaring daggers at each other. (C-)

Blake destroys Poison Ivy in a quick - but terrible - match. (E+)

Masked Cougar, El Jaguar, and Rapido beat Murdoch, Jonnie Perez and Air Attack Weasel via Cougar Pounce on Weasel. AAW shows a tougher side than usual, brawling hard, much to the approval of his partners here. (C+)

Frankie Perez confronts his brother, saying their issues aren't over yet. (C)

Mexican Hardcore Killers beat Waylon Walls and Bullseye with a Launch Pad Elbow Drop from E-Z finishing off Walls. (D+)

Maria Guest and Talia Quinzel beat Danielle Sweetheart and Claire Winters in something of a mismatched partners match here, Guest rolling up Winters. (C-)

In an awesome main, Bradley Blaze defends the Coastal Zone Sprint title he won last week, pinning Amazing Fire Fly with about 20 seconds left in the time limit. Dallas Drop finishes. (B-)

Post-match, Donnie J comes down and says he can't wait to see the Coastal Zone Sprint title defended every week, because the men of the Zone need at least ONE fighting champion, unlike Jake Idol. This brings out Idol, who sneeringly says that he's happy to fight anyone who deserves a shot, it's just Donnie's had his. In that case, Donnie says, he has a challenger all ready for next week - and brings out the mysterious Acid II, 1/3 of the Trios champs! Idol looks shocked, but accepts. (C)

C+ overall.

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CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 2 Dec 2016

Pre-show

Jonnie Perez and Murdoch beat Amo Del Gato and Architect via Fox Hunter. (C-)

Steph Blake and Nami Genda beat Joanna Silver and Bonnie Clyde, Blake hitting the Slingshot DDT on Silver. (E)

Zach and Mario beat Aces of Mayhem, Mayhem tapping out to da Silva's Kimura. (D+)

Main show

Bradley Blaze gets the show off to a great start, defending his Sprint title against Simon Waves in 8 minutes with a Dallas Drop. (C)

Ash Campbell destroys Sanchez Villano in a quick squash. (D+)

Post-match, Campbell snarls at his father. "You think these goons are tough and I'm not? Bring them ALL on!" (C)

Frankie, CLM and El Jaguar beat Keenan, Walls and Bullseye, Jaguar hitting the Jaguar Suplex on Walls. (C)

Jonnie Perez comes down and taunts his brother. "You can win against idiots like this, but you'll never be the best in our family." (C)

Post-match, Keenan sprints back out, screaming for a doctor - Jake Idol has been attacked! The commentary team seem unsure whether this is legit. (C-)

In a QOTI qualifier, Demelza Wade beats Darkness Cat via Super Kick. The two look awkward together. (D)

Post-match, Steph Blake joins Wade and the pair beat down Darkness Cat, sneering that no other woman is as good as they are. (E-)

In another QOTI qualifier, Talia Quinzel wins a bombfest against the powerful Queen Amazon. QA lasts 13 minutes, but in the end Spinal Trauma proves the difference. (C-)

Donnie J demands Jake Idol appears for the main rather than faking an injury to get out of it. However, it's CZCW's chief physician who comes out instead, saying he's inspected Idol and he is concussed and will not be able to wrestle for several weeks. Donnie says that as he knows the fans want to see Acid II in action tonight, he'll take him on himself. (A)

Acid II may not have the chance to challenge for the title tonight after all, but he proves he belongs in contention here. Donnie is on top of this for most of the match, but the mysterious masked man always looks dangerous, and from out of nowhere hits a brutal head kick which sends the former champion slumping to the mat where Acid II covers for the three! (B-)

B- overall.
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CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 3 December 2018

Pre-show

A mysterious masked guy beats Copperhead. (D+)

Jake Idol and Kip Keenan beat Barrera/Villano and Austin Smooth/another masked guy, who falls victim to the lariat. Idol barely steps in the ring, selling his concussion from last week, but Keenan is too strong for the others. (C-)

Fuyuko and Brit beat Silver/Genda and Suarez/Bonnie Clyde. (D+)


Main show

Brit kicks off the main show with a fantastic promo running down events so far in QOTI. (A)

In an awesome opening match, Donnie J beats El Mitico Jr with Death on Miami Beach. El Mitico looks very good here, avoiding two attempts at DOMB, but can't quite pull out the victory. (B-)

In a match dragged down by the two not clicking, Estrella Blanca beats Ariel Breaks via Northern Lights Suplex to qualify for Queen of the Indies. (D-)

AFF beats Cougar, Waves, Blackfriar and Jordan in an excellent spot fest, pinning Jordan after a Sky High Fire Fly, (B-)

Pamela Rojo beats Claire Winters with a Running Powerbomb to qualify for QOTI. (C-)

Jonnie Perez, Murdoch and AAW beat Frankie Perez and Zach and Mario, Mario getting pinned after an Air Attack Ace. Jonnie Perez constantly keeps out of his brother's way, taunting him but not actually stepping in the ring against him. (C)

Ash Campbell beats Stanley Axis in a quick match, dominating his father's man easily. (D+)

Campbell screams at Nemesis that he'll beat ANYONE he can put against him. (C-)

Bradley Blaze defends his Sprint title again, beating El Jaguar with the Dallas Drop in a really exciting 9 minute bout with lots of nearfalls. (C+)

Super Ninja and Acid II beat Chet Chavez and CLM, CLM being pinned after an Acid Rain Bomb. This is a reasonably decent spotfest, but Chavez is off his game and looks terrible here. (C)

Jake Idol comes out and says he's close to being cleared to compete in singles action and will give Acid II his title shot at the first Next Wave of the new year! (D+)

C+ overall.
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Unread 11-07-2018, 03:17 AM
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Bad news from 4C, as El Jaguar sustains a back injury when he and Masked Cougar defend against LaMonica and Mosher. The luchador will be out for about a month and a half.

CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 4 December 2016

Pre-show

Blackfriar and Flash beat Axis and Villano via Gloomweaver Clutch on Axis. (C-)

Courtney and DeColt beat Warren Technique and Amo Del Gato, Face-First Suplex from Jeremie Courtney defeating the debuting Technique. (C-)

Main show

Higa teams with Rojo to beat Silver and Jaime Quine (who's returning from injury); the losing team look great together though. Running Powerbomb by Rojo pins Silver. (C)

Brit interviews Higa and Rojo, who both say they're sure they'll meet in the final of Queen of the Indies. (C-)

Blake and Wade beat Ariel Breaks and Nami Genda, but Wade sustains a bruised kidney just before superkicking Breaks. (D)

Wade and Blake cut a promo claiming they'll both make it to the final two, although Wade looks clearly uncomfortable as she speaks. (D)

Blaze defends his Sprint title in a good match against Ash Campbell, who comes close on several occasions but falls victim to the Dallas Drop. (C)

Nemesis comes out and taunts Ash, saying he always chokes in the big matches. (D+)

Estrella Blanca and Talia Quinzel team to beat Bonnie Clyde and Lily Snyder in a short bout. (D+)

Danielle Sweetheart beats Laura Flame in a decent match, becoming the 7th person to qualify for Queen of the Indies. (C)

Post-match, Brit interviews Quinzel, Sweetheart and Blanca who all say they respect everyone in the tournament, but all claim they'll become the first Queen. (C)

Kip Keenan and Waylon Walls get a quick win over Copperhead and Austin Smooth, Keenan hitting the lariat on Copperhead. (C-)

Cherry Bomb beats Maria Guest to become the final woman in the QOTI tournament. Fairly nothing match; Bomb controls pretty easily. (C-)

Bomb says that at the Queen of the Indies every other woman will FEEL! THE! BOMB! (C)

Amazing Fire Fly, El Mtico Jr and Super Ninja & Acid II beat Donnie J, Frankie Perez, Zach Rudge and Simon Waves, Waves jobbing to the Sky High Fire Fly. Really strong spot fest with everyone getting some time to impress, and Rudge nearly pulling off a huge pin on Super Ninja before Acid II makes the save. (B-)

Brit ends the show previewing the Queen of the Indies. (B-)

C+ overall.

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Unread 11-17-2018, 03:13 AM
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Apologies for disappearing for a while, but let's get this going again!

2016 comes to a close with great news, as Britney Hollywood picks up the coveted Manager of the Year award, while Pee-Wee Germaine takes Referee of the Year honours. NOTBPW get Company and TCW Most Improved Company, but SOTBPW show up well in individual awards - Rich Money gets Wrestler of the Year, Jormungand Young Wrestler of the Year, El Leon vs El Demonio Match of the Year and Festival del Homenaje Show of the Year.

Also, $90,000 profit last month.

CZCW Queen of the Indies Preview

The first ever Queen of the Indies sees 8 competitors collide in a single elimination knock out tournament!

The Entrants


Zone Stars

Danielle Sweetheart (28-22-2) - One of QAW's main eventers made an impact in the Zone, most notably by twice taking Talia Quinzel to very good 30 minute time limit draws, before letting Quinzel have a title shot at Higa in return for a shot at her if she won. While Quinzel would get the win, the chance Sweetheart got to take her on got turned into a three-way, in which Higa was pinned. She has to be considered a top contender for the belt, and a strong showing here would definitely secure a one on one shot soon.

Fuyuko Higa (49-6-0) - The Japanese star, figurehead of 5SSW, was the dominant champion for much of the year before Talia Quinzel beat her. She hasn't been able to reclaim the belt, but is still clearly one of the most talented women on the roster.

Jaime Quine (24-12-0) - The first champion of the relaunched women's division seemed to have missed out on the chance to enter QOTI due to injury. However, a fortuitously timed recovery just before Demelza Wade suffered an injury herself means she's been thrust in as a last minute replacement. Is she fully fit? Could she pull off an incredible comeback?

Talia Quinzel (30-3-2) - It took her a couple of attempts, but the Mistress of the Backbreaker did what nobody else could, and beat Higa one on one to take the belt, then pinned her again in a triple threat match to retain. She's on fire at the moment - can she extend her great streak to take the tournament?

Outsiders

Cherry Bomb (6-0-0) (representing AAA) - The AAA Femme Fatale/COTT Women's champion has been an infrequent visitor to the Zone, notably beating Quinzel and Winters in separate matches to twice retain the COTT belt. Winning here would give her a unique triple crown.

Estrella Blanca (2-0-0) (representing CILL) - The first ever CILL women's champion looked good in her debut outing, beating Ariel Breaks in a qualifier. Can she take the trophy back to Mexico?

Pamela Rojo (4-1-0) (representing QAW) - The only woman here to have won a major tournament title, as the first QAW Queen of the Ring, Rojo looks to take that experience and repeat the victory years down the line.

Steph Blake (4-0-0) (representing AAA) - The Englishwoman has wrestled a few times over the past month in the Zone and has looked impressive, along with associate Demelza Wade. However Wade is injured, leaving Blake to be the sole member of their partnership competing here.

CZCW Queen of the Indies Prediction Key


Danielle Sweetheart vs Fuyuko Higa
Jaime Quine vs Talia Quinzel
Cherry Bomb vs Steph Blake
Estrella Blanca vs Pamela Rojo

Winner of Sweetheart/Higa vs Winner of Quine/Quinzel
Winner of Bomb/Blake vs Winner of Blanca/Rojo

Winner of first semi-final vs winner of second semi-final
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Unread 11-17-2018, 09:12 PM
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Danielle Sweetheart vs Fuyuko Higa
This was a tough call, but I think Higa is upset early. For a couple reasons - 1) gives us the Sweetheart/Quinzel rematch, 2) Gives Higa more personality to work on when she isn't just juggernauting everyone as the smiling good girl, and 3) saves a Higa/Quinzel match up which seems much more suited to the finals from stealing the show in the semis.
Jaime Quine vs Talia Quinzel
Quine's career is winding down, so she does her duty to put over the rising star.
Cherry Bomb vs Steph Blake
Cherry Bomb has had a bigger influence in the Zone, so I see her advancing to give a more interesting semi final match.
Estrella Blanca vs Pamela Rojo
Complete guess, but I feel like she's the more qualified of the two.

Sweetheart vs Quinzel
Quinzel beats Sweetheart definitively, with a bit of a question mark on the fact that Sweetheart definitely had the tougher match up in the quarters to get to here.
Bomb vs Winner of Rojo
Cherry Bomb gets the win, and Quinzel gets the rematch against Cherry Bomb after failed attempts earlier in the year for the COTT title.

Talia Quinzel vs Cherry Bomb
This was a tough call, and I think it could go either way, but I think Cherry Bomb has the much easier path to the finals and it sets up both Cherry Bomb as a future feud for Quinzel, keeps her from becoming a boring juggernaut like Higa was much of the year, and gives her a "weakness", like Quinzel has been for Higa.
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Danielle Sweetheart vs Fuyuko Higa
I have Higa going the distance as a nod to her dominance in the company.
Plus, not sure you want to burn Sweetheart/Quinzel in the QOI tourney.


Jaime Quine vs Talia Quinzel
Quine is a feel-good return, but she won't beat Quinzel.

Cherry Bomb vs Steph Blake
Her role as COTT holder should be enough to get her through here, especially with Wade sidelines.

Estrella Blanca vs Pamela Rojo
I'm guessing, but Rojo probably has more overness.

Fuyuko Higa vs Talia Quinzel
I think Quinzel loses uncleanly, with Sweetheart or Quine having a say in the outcome. She doesn't get a full loss to Higa, but it keeps their rivalry going.

Cherry Bomb vs Pamela Rojo
Bomb getting to the finals with Higa makes for a great match, and a chance to spin a COTT title story here.

Fuyuko Higa vs Cherry Bomb
Higa gets rewarded for her hard work in CZCW, and she gets a chance against Bomb down the road for the COTT belt (which she should win).
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CZCW Queen of the Indies Mon Week 1 Jan 2017


Pre-show

Debbie Rose and a masked woman beat Ariel Breaks and Velvet Suarez. (D+)

Amazing Fire Fly and Super Ninja & Acid II beat The Architect and Zach and Mario via Sky High Fire Fly on Architect. (C)

Matt Murdoch, Jonnie Perez and Air Attack Weasel defeated a guy in a generic mask, Masked Cougar and California Love Machine when CLM jobbed to the Fox Hunter. (C+)

Brit fires T-shirts into the crowd. (C+)

Main show

Brit promo building up the tournament, saying she respects everyone in it but she's sure Higa's going to get the win. (B)

In an epic battle lasting nearly half an hour, with tons of near falls on both sides, Higa goes over Sweetheart. Higa Green Driver brings her the victory with just 80 seconds left before they hit the time limit. (C+)

Higa speaks! She shows a surprisingly good grasp of English for someone who's been using an interpreter for a year, saying she thinks Danielle is a fantastic competitor who pushed her hard, but tonight she will be too strong for ANYONE else. (B-)

Cherry Bomb beats Steph Blake convincingly via Cherry Bomb. (D+)

Cherry Bomb cuts a backstage promo, FEEL THE BOMB! (C)

Jaime Quine pulls off a shock victory over the champion Talia Quinzel, super kicking her out of her boots, practically. Non-title, of course, but the veteran roars through to the semis. (C)

Quine promo saying she's proved she deserves a title shot with that win, but first, time to win Queen of the Indies! (C)

Rojo and Blanca go to a double count-out after Blanca wipes Rojo out with a plancha but neither can make it back to the ring in time, sending Cherry Bomb straight through to the final. (D+)

Higa over Quine in a hard fought 22 minute match, great contest which sees both of them come close on numerous occasions, but Higa eventually pulls out the Higa Green Driver for the win! (B-)

Bomb beats Higa via Cherry Bomb in a disappointing 11 minute match - the pair don't click, while Higa's wrestled over an hour tonight, and this is disappointing. (C)

Blake and Wade come down and taunt Higa, saying that clearly the women of CZCW are nowhere near as good as their peers elsewhere. Britney Hollywood grabs a mic and says that Higa and ANYONE else in the fed could beat the pair of them in a tag match - Wade responds by saying "Okay, let's make it the two of us against her and you!" Higa is clearly not into this, pointing out Brit retired a long time ago, but Brit's incensed and says it's on! The match is made for February. (C-)

C+ overall. Apparently an hour plus of Higa is too much...

Jay 3/6
John 2/6


As always, thanks for the predictions, guys!
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CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 1 Jan 2017


Pre-show

DeColt and Courtney beat me and Architect; DeColt 45 on Architect finishes. (C-)

Blackfriar and Flash beat Copperhead and Rapido. (C-)

Zach and Mario beat Lightning Lomas and a generic masked guy, and Tennessee William and Ernest Youngman. William taps to a Mario Kimura. (D+)

Maria Guest forces Laura Flame to tap to the figure four. (D+)

AFF and Super Ninja beat Avalanche Takano (who's in the process of slimming down) and Roderick Remus. (C)

Main show

Brit announces the Coastal Contract matches this year will include some Zone stars fighting to stay IN the Zone - including two of them right now, as California Love Machine and El Mitico face off in a five way with Lucha III, La Bestia Purpura and El Hijo Espada Roja. (B-)

El Mitico wins the five way, pinning Purpura - and CLM is GONE! Commentators express shock, reminding viewers that he'll have another shot at staying at the last chance battle royal in March, but otherwise he'll be out of the Zone for the foreseeable future. (D+)

Wade and Blake destroy Suarez and Snyder, Wade barely even tagging in (she's still selling the kidney injury.) (D)

Brit and Donnie train backstage, but Brit gets annoyed at Donnie not taking it seriously enough and trying to kiss her whenever possible. (B)

In a really good match, Blaze defends his Sprint title against Kip Keenan, ducking his lariat attempt to hit the Dallas Drop with just seconds left. (C+)

E-Z beats Ash Campbell, much to Campbell's horror. (D+)

Talia and Debbie Rose beat Brit and Fuyuko; Brit looks surprisingly good (for those people who haven't seen her in the dark matches she's been working and think she's been retired for the best part of a decade) but eventually falls victim to the Thorn Cutter from Rose. (C+)

Talia tells Fuyuko that she needs a real partner to defend the women of the Zone's honour in next month's big show, much to Brit's disapproval. Jaime Quine heads down and says that her win over Quinzel last week means surely she's the best person for the job. Fuyuko is adamant, though, that if Brit wants in, she's the partner she wants. (C-)

Jake Idol beats Acid II to retain his title via interference from Waylon Walls, who nails Acid with a steel chair while Idol is down after a massive plancha from the masked man. (C+)

Post-match, a confused Idol gets an idea of what's going on and screams at Kip Keenan that he doesn't need help. Keenan claims to have had no knowledge of what Walls would do, and reminds everyone that Walls is now gone due to the interference rule put in place a few months ago! (C-)

C+ overall.
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CZCW The Next Wave, Sat Week 2 Jan 2017


Pre-show

Coleman and Chet Chavez beat Avalance Takano and Austin Smooth. (C-)

Mario da Silva and Mr Lucha III beat Copperhead/Daredevil Aero and La Bestia Purpura/Lightning Lomas, Copperhead tapping out to da Silva's Kimura. (D)

Mimic, Simon Waves and Ricky DeColt beat Jackpot Jordan, Roderick Remus and Ernest Youngman, Waves pinning Remus after a powerslam. (C-)

Super Ninja beats Diablo Duvak, American Flash and El Hijo Espada Roja. (C-)

Main show

The Coastal Contract match of the week sees a huge return, as Remmy Skye comes back to the Zone! He makes short work of Tennessee William, Masked Stranger, Warren Technique and Rapido, meaning former tag champ Rapido is GONE. (C-)

Brit trains with Fuyuko Higa; it's notably more serious than last week's session with boyfriend Donnie J was. (C+)

Bradley Blaze defends his Sprint title in a four-way, beating Ash Campbell, E-Z, and El Mitico Jr after pinning Ash. (C)

Nemesis taunts Ash. "Another undeserved title shot and another loss. Guess you really can't cut it, boy." "Old man," his son responds, "Just give me one chance to wipe that smirk off your face."

"Fine. Come February, you can go one on one with someone I DO respect. You see, Ash, you have a brother."

Campbell sells this with beautiful facials.

"And he's ten times better than you, and he made it here in the Zone without EVER relying on my name. In two weeks time, I'll introduce you properly, and he'll kick your ass." (C)

Higa and Brit beat Guest and Flame, Brit hitting the Hollywood Hills on Flame. (C+)

Debbie Rose and Jaime Quine beat Lily Snyder and Danielle Sweetheart, Quine's KO Kick taking care of Snyder. (C-)

Zach Rudge reveals his new partner for an upcoming six man against Matt Murdoch, AAW and Jonnie Perez - Remmy Skye! (C+)

Zach, Remmy and El Mitico Jr beat Murdoch, Jonnie and AAW, Remmy's Skye Diver being enough to put away his former tag partner Murdoch. (C+)

Murdoch and Jonnie slide to the outside to grab chairs, but before they can attack anyone, Donnie J and Frankie Perez are out for the save. Both have mics. "Murdoch, let's finish this!" Donnie screams. "Two weeks from now, me, you, and a cage to stop anyone like that idiot interfering." The former Fox Mask nods, while Jonnie Perez grabs a mic of his own. "No need to worry about me, Donnie. Matt doesn't need my help, and I'll be busy. Brother?" He glares at Frankie. "I keep hearing you've been telling people my win was a fluke a few months ago. So how about this? We go again, and this time, if you lose, you're out of the Zone until 2018." Frankie nods. "You got it." (C+)

Jake Idol beats Acid II cleanly in a hard-fought contest, eventually hitting the Reality Check to put the masked man away. (C+)

Overall C+
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