May 01, 2012 - PCW Live Show - Nottingham, England

National Ice Centre
Attendance: 5,625 (75%)

Rhett Titus defeated Harlem Bravado by countout in 9:43.
Rating: ** ½

Claudio Castagnoli pinned Lance Bravado with the Ricola Bomb in 11:09.
Rating: **

[PCW Tag Team Title Match]:
James Storm & Eddie Edwards defeated Jeremy Buck & Justin Gabriel when Edwards made Buck pass out in the Achilles Lock in 19:39.
(James Storm & Eddie Edwards retained the PCW Tag Team Titles.)

Luke Gallows and Titus O’Neil battled to a double countout in 12:11.
Rating: ½*

Chris Hero pinned Kazarian after a Running Forearm Smash in 0:24.
Rating: *

[Non-Title Match]:
Mr. Ernesto Osiris pinned Jay Lethal with the Blaze 1 in 14:25.
Rating: *** ½

Cody Rhodes pinned Kenny King with the Cross Rhodes in 16:04.
Rating: ** ½

David Otunga defeated Jack Swagger by disqualification in 4:26.
Rating: * ¼
[The Swagger Soaring Eagle interfered against David Otunga.]

Wade Barrett pinned Alex Payne with the Wasteland in 16:07.
Rating: **

[Non-Title Match]:
The Big Show and The Great Khali battled to a draw in 20:00
Rating: -*** ¼
[Ranjin Singh interfered against The Big Show.]

Card rating: *

Match Observations:
The non-title tag team match absolutely stole the show tonight, as former champions Jeremy Buck and Justin Gabriel nearly earned themselves a shot at regaining the belts with a win tonight; however, James Storm and Eddie Edwards pulled out a victory in the end.

Luke Gallows and Titus O’Neil’s match ended with a double-countout that needed PCW officials to run down to ringside to separate the two. Commissioner Rex Butler has announced that, next week, Gallows and O’Neil will face off in a No-Countouts Match next week from Puerto Rico!

Butler also made a decision on the ending of the show tonight, between The Great Khali and Heavyweight Champion The Big Show: they will face off again, next week, with the #1 Contender acting as special referee!

Jack Swagger made his debut in the PCW tonight, and brought along his personal mascot, the Swagger Soaring Eagle. It didn’t take long for the Real American American to get under the crowd’s skin, as his “mascot” interfered against David Otunga.

Chris Hero returned to singles action tonight with a very, very impressive victory over Kazarian… in 24 seconds!

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