PWO – Season 3 – Episode 6

There was an "I" in team but for which team in the PWO Tag Team Title hunt?

They showed the end of last weeks show. Jimmy DeMarco then came on with a caption that the promo was from last week. He said he was out trying to find fulfilment. He said he attacked Johnny Gargano because he’s the best in Pro Wrestling Ohio. DeMarco said the fans succeed through him. Gargano will not help him find his inner good guy. DeMarco is going to make Cross and Gargano play by his rules. He said the thing that will be his fulfilment will be taking the PWO Heavyweight Title from Gargano.

Analysis: The promo was a little meandering but it was well done. It was great to start the show off on a different foot rather than going straight into the theme song and introduction.

Joe Domborwski said that Aaron Maguire would join him soon. He also mentioned that the PWO Tag Team Titles will be on the line later tonight. Nicky Valentino came out with Dawn Decadence, who towered over him because of her heels. Gregory Iron was Valentino’s opponent. Iron punched Valentino while he was posing. Iron then hit a suicide dive through the middle ropes. Valentino reversed an irish whip and threw Iron into the ring post.  Valentino continued to wrap Iron’s good arm around the post. He targeted the arm more after they got back into the ring. Valentino came up empty on a frog splash. Iron winced in pain when he clotheslined Valentino.  Dawn Decadence distracted the referee to allow Valentino to get in a low blow but Hobo Joe came out and used the distraction to punch Valentino with a boxing glove on a pole. Iron hit Handicapped Parking (aka Downward Spiral) for the win.

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PWO – Season 3 – Episode 5

Two Belts were on the line in this episode of Pro Wrestling Ohio.

Joe Dombrowski hyped the card which involved Aaron Draven versus M-Dogg 20 Matt Cross for the TV Title and Johnny Gargano versus Mike Tolar for the PWO Heavyweight Title. Dombowski introduced Aaron Maguire but the camera forgot to show him. Maguire was sharp enough to make up for the camera gaffe by sliding into the picture even though he was nearly sitting on Dombrowski’s lap.

Bobby Beverly came to the ring with Dawn Decadence to take on Hobo Joe. Beverly upgraded his look by adding the douchebag faux hawk. Beverly extended his hand for a shake but Joe spit in his face. Joe  took over after an even opening couple of minutes. Beverly took a break on the outside. Joe threw him into the guard rail. Beverly hit a drop toe hold to make Joe go face first into the guard rail.  Beverly got a two count after a fireman’s carry driver that was sloppy. Beverly got another two count after a flying forearm.  Joe hit a pair of should blocks to knock Beverly to the outside again. Beverly hit a good looking fisherman’s buster but still only got a two count. Beverly turned a urinogi into a back breaker for the victory. Beverly brought a chair into the ring to curb stomp Joe but Gregory Iron made the save.

Analysis: The outcome was it it should be but was a poorly executed match on both participants parts.

The Rock Show was introduced by Earnie Ballz & Brian Bender. He said that PWO management told them they needed to defend their titles against Luis & Isaac Montana. Bender made a great point by saying it took them two years to get a title shot in PWO. He went on to say that they have a strategy ready for the upcoming match.

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