Saturday, May 21, 2011

Results: Platinum Championship Wrestling, 05/20/11, from Avondale Estates, GA


Results: Platinum Championship Wrestling, 05/20/11, from Avondale Estates, GA

The Exotic Ones (Simon Sermon & Rick Michaels) pinned Warhorse 88 & Warhorse #218;

Marko Polo beat Mason by disqualification;

The Vandal & Thomas Johnson beat Thunder and Lightning (Chris Ganz & Chris Lightning) by disqualification;

Oscar Worthy defeated CAMPUS Blue by tapout;

Shane Marx pinned Brian Blaze;

Chip Day beat Josh Coulter by disqualification;

Platinum Championship Wrestling Rankings: Champion---Grotesque; 1---Shane Marx; 2---Chip Day; 3---The Vandal; 4---Thomas Johnson; 5---Mason; 6---Marko Polo; 7---Brandon Kage; 8---Pandora; 9---Kyle Matthews; 10---Davey Richards

Notes from the show: With their win, The Exotic Ones at 4-4 in the Tag Team Season are in the prime spot to face The Washington Bullets in the playoffs in the Alpha Division. The Bullets have already qualified for the playoffs, and have already sewn up the best record in their division. The team of Jay Fury and Shane Marx could conceivably still take a playoff spot, but would have to win the rest of their matches (current standing: 2-4) to have a chance of qualfying.

In the other division, it's still wide open, with the Konkrete Gorillaz and Completely Awesome atop the Omega division with the same (4-3) record.

The Assassin's Guild has struck some kind of deal with Vandal, where they will provide him with a tag partner due to Curry Kid's injury, and protect Vandal from the wrath of Miss Rachael and Grotesque, who are upset due to The Vandal's attack on Miss Quinn.

CAMPUS Strike Force revealed their leader to be none other than Timmy McClendon, who harshly rebuked the PCW crowd. Timmy McClendon and Oscar Worthy (leader of the Warhorses) agreed to a Total War match on PCW's 100th show, June 3rd at the Academy Theater. Details on what a Total War match is, and who exactly will participate will be released soon.

Pandora and Aisha Sunshine's fight that started in the lobby of the Academy Theater and spilled out to the parking lot was captured on camera and is due to be released on-line soon. It's clear that Pandora and Aisha by virtue of their many great matches against one another, including a history making and amazing First Blood match, are THE women's wrestling feud of the year...if not the wrestling feud of the year, period.

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