August 2, 2011 - PCW Wrestling - Glen Falls, New York

Glen Falls Civic Center
Attendance: 2,409 (44%)

Max Buck pinned Byron Saxton with the Worst Case Scenario in 0:13:02.
Rating: ** 1/4

Max Buck got a lot more than he had bargained from Byron Saxton - making his second appearance for the PCW - tonight. But, the former two-time Television Champion was able to put the rookie away with the Worst Case Scenario to pick up the victory.

The Great Khali and Daniel Bryan battled to a double countout in 0:08:00.
Rating: * 1/4

Before the match, Daniel Bryan came out to the ring, and said that he had had enough of The Great Khali and Rajin Singh over the past few weeks. Bryan said that he should've finished them both off when he had the chance, last week, but that the only way to feel absolution would be to make Khali tap out tonight.

When Khali came down to the ring, and the match started, Bryan's plan quickly turned into that of trying to find seclusion. Khali came out like gang busters tonight, taking everything that Bryan could throw at him, but giving it back twice as hard. After only moving Khali a few feet with a missle dropkick, Bryan rolled out of the ring frustrated that nothing was working. Byran turned his attentions to Rajin Singh, who ran off to escape harm, leaving Bryan with no other option but to re-enter the ring. As he did, Khali grabbed him up and attempted to hit the Punjabi Plunge. But, somewhere, Bryan was able to wiggle is way out of the move, and escape to the ringside area once again. Bryan waved off Khali and started walking to the back, feeling content with getting counted out. But, Khali wouldn't let him, as he left the ring and attacked Bryan from behind. Both men brawled in the aisleway as the referee counted to 10, counting out both men!

The brawl continued after the bell rang, and PCW officials ran in to seperate the two men. As both men were held apart, Commissioner Rex Butler came out to address the crowd. Butler said that, since it seemed like neither Byran nor Khali wanted to decide a winner, Butler would decide one for them. He then announced that, next week, in Springfield, Massachusetts, Daniel Bryan and The Great Khali will face off in a STEEL CAGE MATCH.

[PCW Tag Team Title Match]:
Jay Lethal & Claudio Castagnoli defeated The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lance) when Castagnoli pinned Harlem after a rolling reverse cradle in 0:07:13.
Rating: ** 1/2
(Jay Lethal & Claudio Castagnoli retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)

Neither of the Bravado brothers have had much success during their time in the PCW, outside of a Television Championship reign by Lance. They have tried reaching the top of the Tag Team mountain together - and seperately, with different partners - but each time, they were thwarted by the team of Lethal and Castagnoli. Tonight, they teamed up once again, hoping to change their luck, and end Lethal and Castagnoli's reign at the top. Once again, however, they came up short as Harlem fell victim to a rolling reverse cradle for the three-count. The fans in Glen Falls applauded the champions after the match, as they have nearly doubled the longest reign as PCW Tag Team Champions. The way things are looking, this reign will not end soon.

[PCW Television Title Match]:
Tyson Kidd defeated James Storm by disqualification in 0:12:39.
Rating: *

(James Storm retained the PCW Television Title.)
[Robert Roode interfered against Tyson Kidd.]
[Justin Gabriel interfered against James Storm.]**

Things have really been heating up between Tyson Kidd and Beer Money over the past few weeks. Last week, things got pushed further as James Storm attacked Kidd on behalf of his tag team partner, Robert Roode. Kidd retaliated, later in the show, before challenging Storm to a match tonight, for the Television Title. It appeared things were going to be settled tonight, once and for all, but Beer Money had other plans. A still-hobbled Roode made his way to ringside, distracting Kidd enough for Storm to take advantage of the match. But, as the former Tag Team Champions began double-teaming Kidd outside the ring, JUSTIN GABRIEL came down to even things up! Gabriel knocked Roode to the ground as Kidd and Storm found their way back into the ring. Storm hit the Last Call, but Kidd got his foot on the ropes. Outside the ring, Roode slowly made it back to his feet, just as Storm whipped Kidd into the ropes, and Roode tripped Kidd directly in front of the referee. The bell rang, and Kidd was announced the winner as Storm continued to assault the youngster from Calgary. Gabriel quickly entered the ring, and he and Storm began brawling, much to the crowd's enjoyment.

For the second time tonight, Commissioner Rex Butler came out to address the situation. Mr. Butler said that he can't do anything to Robert Roode, yet; but says that his match with Tyson Kidd for August 23 has been signed. However, Butler says that he has signed a NON-TITLE MATCH between Justin Gabriel and James Storm, for next week in Springfield, and that Tyson Kidd will be the special referee! The fans went crazy as Gabriel and Storm stared across the ring from each other, and Kidd slowly got to his feet on the outside.

[PCW Heavyweight Title Match]:
Justin Gabriel pinned Primo after a hurrancarana in 0:06:05.
Rating: *
1/4
(Justin Gabriel retained the PCW Heavyweight Title.)**

Gabriel had stayed int the ring as Beer Money and Tyson Kidd, with out from the referee, made their way backstage; and awaited the arrival of his challenger this week. Primo found himself in a huge spot tonight, challenging for the Heavyweight Title; and it seemed as if the pressure got to him early on. He missed a lot of his aerial move attempts, and quickly fell victim to a hurrancarana. Gabriel made the quick cover for the another successful title defense.

Card rating: ** 3/4

08/09/11 - Springfield, MA
Non-Title Match: Robert Roode vs. (c) Justin Gabriel (Special Ref: Tyson Kidd)

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