8/14/2019 - Challengers Aug 14, 2019 4:19:39 GMT
Post by ISM Office on Aug 14, 2019 4:19:39 GMT
8/14 in Atlanta, Georgia
1. Middleweight Bout:
- El Temerario beat Lynx (4:29 of Round 2) by pinfall after a reverse hurracanrana.
2. Openweight Bout:
- Eddie Ellis beat Pollo Dorado (3:21 of Round 3) by pinfall after a knee lift.
3. Openweight Bout:
- Bryan Blaze beat Jason Cashe (2:42 of Round 4) by pinfall after reversing a sunset flip.
4. Heavyweight Bout:
- Justin Seville beat Billy Danielson (3:59 of Round 6) by technical submission with an arm triangle choke.
Mandeville Nelson mentioned that while El Temerario is 1-0 so far in PMLL, that Lynx is making his debut. Not much of note in the first round, but the second round saw Lynx try to ground the Lucha Daredevil with a chinlock, but the fans got behind him and Temerario recovered, unleashing some rapid fire kicks. He then backed up and hit the ropes, trying for a hurracanrana - but Lynx tried to counter with a powerbomb... but had to back up into the corner to get Temerario into position. The Daredevil leapt up onto the top rope from there, Lynx tried to turn around to attack but Temerario struck with a nasty reverse hurracanrana to put him away! Temerario waited around after the match to ensure Lynx was OK, helping him up and shaking his hand.
The Shining Hero of the Chicken Coop demanded a match with Eddie Ellis, hoping to avenge Super Pollo's loss in Daytona Beach, which the outspoken Ellis was all to happy to accept. Ellis believed that if one Pollo fell so easy, so would the others... a quick route to three points. However, Pollo Dorado was no slouch and spent the majority of the first round on offense, sending Ellis into fits. In the second round, Ellis repeatedly tried to unlace the middleweight's mask, earning a snack from PD that sent him down to the mat! Ellis didn't get back up until eight, nearly being knocked out by the blow! However, it became apparent that it was him playing possum and milking the system. Ellis got up and rolled out, Dorado gave chase and the two ran a full lap around the ring, Ellis slid in and so too did Dorado... but a massive knee lift sent Dorado into a next week and gave Ellis his second victory over a Pollo. He attempted to unmask Dorado after the match, but Ultimo Pollo IV and Sangre de Pollo ran in to make the save, making "Poetic Justice" run for the hills.
The Atlanta crowd was big into Jason Cashe, cheering him while booing Bryan Blaze... who looked appalled to say the least. As Blaze was looking around, Cashe tried to catch him off guard with a lariat but Blaze ducked and dropkicked him! Cashe rolled out and Blaze waited for him to turn around, but the DiOGee reached and grabbed his foot! Blaze tried to shake him loose, but Cashe yanked him out and headbutted him! Blaze went down and Cashe went up, playing to the crowd as he waited for the Nova Scotian to get back up. Blaze did... and Cashe darted across the apron! He leapt off, looking for a Mark of Jason but Blaze ducked...
CLOTHESLINE FROM NOVA SCOTIA!
The discus clothesline caught Cashe as he spun around, turning him inside out. The round ended before the ring out count, saving them. Round 2 would start with a traditional lock-up, Cashe got the go behind and tried to go for the UTI but Blaze dashed forward, grabbing the ropes. Cashe pounded his back in with forearm clubs, then set him up for the ride - Irish whip into the ropes. On the return, Cashe went full bore into him with a headbutt! Cashe staggered to his feet, playing to the crowd as Blaze found his way back up. Cashe lined up his elbow, cracking down on Blaze's neck! The Canadian dropped to his knees and Cashe continued working over his neck and back for the duration of round two. In the third, Cashe went right back to it - Blaze tried to fight back, but Cashe began biting him! Referee Robbie Morris issued a yellow card, which the Georgia fans booed! Cashe took the card and ripped it up, then tried shoving a piece of it in Blaze's mouth! Morris pulled Cashe off of him, earning a threat of violence in the process. Blaze got up and ran at Cashe, who hastily leapt over him.... Blaze jumped onto the second rope, sprung off and connected with an enzuigiri but couldn't cover before the round ended. In the fourth, Cashe began - looking like he was still reeling from the effects of the kick, but quickly recovered. Blaze tried to go for a body slam, but Cashe slid out and spun him around, kicking him and trying for a piledriver. Blaze tried to back drop his way out of it, but Cashe turned it into a sloppy sunset flip! One... two...
Blaze reversed it into a pin of his own!
1 - 2 - 3!
The crowd boos as Blaze leaps to his feet, clutching the ropes. Cashe angrily gets up and charges, but Blaze yanks the ropes down and Cashe goes tumbling out! Blaze grabs hold...
He takes Cashe out and taunts, earning even more boos as his music kicks in. Blaze shakes his head, grabs a microphone and slides in the ring.
That’s real cute, Atlanta. Real cute. You wanna boo me? For what? Not being born in this cesspool of a country?
Even more boos rain down on the Canadian native. He shakes his head vehemently.
You are all clueless. You live in a country dominated by racism and bigotry. People dying in the streets like a third world country. Yet, somehow, you’ll tell anyone who’ll listen that you’re the best country in the world!
What a damn joke.
Blaze drops the mic on the mat, spitting towards the crowd as he drops to the mat and rolls out of the ring and heads up the ramp.
Then came main event time as Justin Seville locked horns with Billy Danielson. Some fans cheered on Billy, loving the fact that he was sticking up for his younger brother while other fans weren't quite sure what to think of the recent development. Confused feelings aside, Seville was universally hated and loved each and every minute of it. This was a war from the opening bell and referee Xavier Price had to repeatedly separate both wrestlers at the end of each round, as they were hellbent on destroying each other. In the sixth round, Danielson accidentally struck Price with a superkick. Seville left the ring and retrieved a steel chair, smashing it across Danielson's back as he was trying to help Price back to his feet. Seville hastily removed the chair from the ring and grabbed Danielson off all fours, piledriving him into the mat. The Snake went for a cover, but realized Price was still recuperating... so he got up, shook him around and told him to get his head in the match! The crowd booed as Seville went for his arm triangle choke, rather than a pin - knowing full well that Billy was already out. With a minute left in the match, Price called the match in Justin Seville's favour - ruling a technical submission. However, the Snake wasn't ready to let go of the hold and referee Xavier Price was still loopy, but tried his best. The fans looked to the entrance expecting AJ Knight or Chris Constantine, Jr. to aid their partner...
but it was JACK DANIELSON who came running out!
Seville bailed quickly, barely making it under the bottom rope! Jack tried to stomp him, but missed. The younger Danielson left the ring, but Seville hopped the guardrail and hightailed it. Jack went back inside to check on his brother to close the show.