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BCW Presents TV Show Wk4 April 17
Welcome to BCW live at the home of British Wrestling today The Lounge in London.
Announce team – Wahid Dahl, Peter Anderson & Morgan Penny
In a pre-show bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Johnny Gallo defeated Glasgee in 10:22 by submission.
*Glasgee is likely on his way out of BCW as I can’t seem to find a good fit long term
In a pre-show bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Cassidy Gilmour defeated Cassia Charisteas in 10:17 by submission.
*I need a longer show as I really wanted this on the main card but timed out, realised this is the first time on TV there has been no ladies match on the card here at BCW
In a pre-show bout that had sub-par wrestling and little heat, Alton Vicious defeated Arik Payne in 9:59 by pinfall with a Vicious Snap.
*Arik is almost out the door here and Alton really needs to step it up
*Arik was high again tonight
In a pre-show bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Ryze defeated Alroy Farrelly in 9:53 by pinfall.
*Good chemistry together
In a pre-show bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Haranobu Kobayashi defeated Braveheart in 10:28 by pinfall with a Kobayashi Plunge.
Redskull gets a really good reception here from the crowd and the threat he poses to Cobra in their upcoming match is truly palatable.
*off to a strong start
BCW Hardcore Championship Match
In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Red Skull defeated Cobra in 8:07 by submission. Red Skull makes defence number 3 of his BCW Hardcore title.
*Helga & Dianna both good at ringside
We show a video segment as Konrad and Frobel come together to reaffirm their partnership as Power connection, and that now is their time to shine starting with a big victory in the triple threat match.
*cooled the crowd a little
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In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Power Connection defeated Covert Action and Maximum Damage in 15:18; the order of elimination was Covert Action first, and then Maximum Damage.
*operative really off his game
*MD getting better at his gimmick
*Covert action were really weak tonight and if their performances keep dropping like this they will be out
D-Train is interviewed by Helga ahead of his match tonight. He makes a strong case for obtaining his title rematch soon on PPV and that once he does Riddick stands no chance of holding him back on his way to super stardom here at BCW. I mean look at me. As he then walks away
In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Diesel Train defeated Eric Future in 9:44 by submission.
*Without his partner Eric is really struggling to find a fit in BCW, with Petey out over a year I may have to let Eric part ways in the meantime.
We see Helga interviewing Arran as he prepares backstage for his match tonight against Riddick for the TV title. He says he is ready and this is the next phase in his career, it is a shame Owen got injured but the Saints is in the past and he means to establish his single credentials tonight and when he leaves with the Gold no one will remember Owen.
*Helga looked good
BCW TV Championship Match
As Arran was gaining some momentum late in the match, a man suddenly vaulted the barrier in a hoody and before security could reach him he revealed his face. Arran was completely distracted to see his partner Owen back in BCW and seemingly injury free. Riddick wasted no time and took Arran down setting up his signature finish from the turnbuckle.
Owen simply watched from ringside before making his way back into the crowd hood raised again.
In a decent match, Riddick Jordan defeated Arran Lennox in 12:51 by pinfall with a Flying Headbutt. During the match we also had Owen Richmond distract Arran Lennox. Riddick Jordan makes defence number 8 of his BCW TV title.
Backstage we see Joe Kerr arguing with Morgan Penny about his being marginalised here at BCW, he deserves to be in the main event and against worthy competition.
Morgan tells him that Seven has earnt a chance to step up and if Joe is so confident this should be an easy day at the office for him.
We see Seven walk past and glance in, we are then left with a close up of Joe’s face as he laughs manically telling Penny he just might be on to something.
In a bout that had decent wrestling but didn't have much heat, Seven Brandt defeated Joe Kerr in 14:51 by pinfall.
*Joe improved his flying skills
*Joe almost had Seven here but was surprised that no matter how violent or extreme he took the match Brandt was able to keep up, the crowd went nuts when Seven pulled off the upset win
Helga interviewed Viktor ahead of his main event match with Caldrie. He showed plenty of respect for his opponent but that ultimately he would crush him just as he crushes all who oppose his rise here at BCW.
*Viktor came across well
*Helga was visibly stoned here
In a good match, Viktor Beskov defeated James Caldrie in 15:27 by submission with a Red Devil Lock.
This was a great main event, although if Viktor had not clearly joined with Helga just before he came to the ring it would have been even better. This soft drug use may be getting out of hand backstage I need to take a closer look at its impact.
The New Lounge London
Att: 2,857 (253,860 Viewers, 0.33) BBC Local TV
Show Rating: B-
Increased pop in 45 regions
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