April 03, 2012 - Boulder, CO

Kazarian pinned Harlem Bravado after a flying forearm in 0:03:46.
Rating: *** ¼

Kazarian made his singles debut tonight, trying to make a name for himself in the singles division. This quick victory over Bravado is a good way for him to keep his name in the back of peoples’ minds.

Jeremy Buck & Justin Gabriel and The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero & Claudio Castagnoli) battled to a draw in 0:20:00.
Rating: ***

In a shocking surprise, The Kings of Wrestling returned to PCW tonight! Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli stepped into the ring with the former Tag Team Champions. This was an action packed match, that saw the referee take a spill to the concrete at ringside, but neither team could score a victory before the 20-minute time limit hit. The two officials at ringside had to separate the two teams, and it was announced after the show, that Rex Butler has signed a two-out-of-three falls match between these two teams not next week.

[PCW Television Title Match]:
Mr. Ernesto Osiris pinned Lance Bravado after hitting him with the title belt in 0:08:31.
Rating: **
(Mr. Ernesto Osiris won the PCW Television Title.)

What a match this was! Ernesto Osiris keeps his winning streak alive in amazing fashion tonight! Lance Bravado came in looking to stop Osiris’s winning streak, and to retain the TV Title; he appeared destined to do that after raising his knees to block a frogsplash attempt by Osiris. But, having had trouble putting his opponent away, Bravado grabbed the title belt, and was set to use it. With the referee incapacitated outside the ring, Osiris ducked the shot, and connected with a low blow, causing Bravado to drop the belt. Osiris grabbed the belt, himself, and hit Bravado with it! Osiris made the cover as another referee ran to the ring, counting the 1-2-3. After the show, Bravado said that he was “screwed” out of the title, and would enacting his rematch clause next week.

Eddie Edwards and Alex Payne battled to a double countout in 0:10:41.
Rating: * ¾

Edwards and Payne each had a strong showing in this match-up, that eventually saw them doing battle at ringside, giving the referee no choice by to count out both men.

The Great Khali pinned James Storm with the Punjabi Plunge in 0:08:59.
Rating: ½*

After coming up short last week, due to interference from Ranjin Singh, against Robert Roode, The Great Khali came out and dominated the other half of Beer Money. No interference needed in this match as Khali connects with the Punjabi Plunge for the victory.

[PCW Tag Team Title Match]:
Jay Lethal & Wade Barrett defeated The All-Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) when W. Barrett defeated R. Titus by disqualification in 0:22:23.
Rating: ***
(Jay Lethal & Wade Barrett retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)
[Alex Payne interfered against Wade Barrett.]

The All-Night Express looked poised to end the new Champions’ winning ways after one week, but those plans were put on halt as Alex Payne appears at ringside, taunting Wade Barrett. Payne pulled down the top rope, sending Barrett crashing down to the concrete. Payne attacked Barrett, and announced – to a stunned crowd – that he was the one who had kidnapped Barrett’s sister; and that Barrett would just have to get his hands on Payne to find out where she is.

Robert Roode pinned Homicide after a spinebuster slam in 0:03:42.
Rating: ***

In another homecoming tonight, Homicide returned to the PCW, and received a not-so-warm welcome from Robert Roode. Roode easily put Homicide away with a spinebuster slam for the 1-2-3.

Cody Rhodes defeated David Hart Smith when Smith passed out in a side headlock in 0:01:41.
Rating: **

In a night full of returns – amongst other surprises – Cody Rhodes also returned to the PCW tonight, and caught everyone off guard with a very convincing – albeit short – win over “The Canadian Bulldog”.

[PCW Heavyweight Title Match]:
The Big Show pinned David Otunga with the Choke Slam in 0:10:02.
Rating: ** ½
(The Big Show retained the PCW Heavyweight Title.)

David Otunga got another shot at challenging for the Heavyweight Title tonight. Otunga got a number of good shots in, even busting The Big Show open during a brawl outside the ring. Seeing his own blood seemed to have enraged the champion, as Show made sure that Otunga would not walk away with his title belt. Show connected with the Choke Slam for the 1-2-3 and a successful title defense.

Card rating: ** 1/4

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