November 27, 2012 - PCW Wrestling - Madison, WI

Attendance: 7,064

-Opening video package, showing highlights from last week’s main event.

-Alfred Pressley and James Westerfield welcome everyone back Stateside, live from the home of the Wisconsin Badgers – Madison, Wisconsin!

-Wade Barrett comes out to the ring to start the show. Barrett says he’s not happy tonight, and all he could do on the flight back to America was think about what happened to him last week. For weeks now, Bobby Roode had been trying to get an answer from Barrett to his challenge for End of the Line. Barrett says he was clear, last week, when he said Roode would have his answer tonight. However, it appeared that Roode just wasn’t willing to wait, and attacked Barrett after his match against James Storm. Barrett said that he already had a decision made in his mind, but the actions of Roode last week only made him want to come out here more tonight. Barrett accepts Roode’s challenge and reminds Roode that they’re going to be inside a steel cage – a place where, as of lately, Roode’s record isn’t all that impressive. Barrett wishes Roode luck tonight, against Kenny King, before leaving the ring as the show goes to commercials.

Commercial Break

Brie Bella pinned Nikki Bella with the Bella Buster in 8:11.
Rating: *

Two weeks ago, Brie accused her twin sister as being the reason she did not become Women’s Champion at British Beatdown. A challenge was issued, and tonight, the two stepped into the ring to see if Brie could get the redemption she was looking for, or if Nikki’s ideal of doing the right thing would pay off. Unfortunately for Nikki – and thanks to some underhanded tactics, including the pulling of Nikki’s shorts – Brie walked away with the victory.

-After the match, NATALYA appears on-stage with the Women’s Title over her shoulder. She wonders if Brie is proud of herself because Brie managed to cry and bitch her way into getting a rematch at End of the Line. Natalya says that’s OK though because she knows she doesn’t need to cheat to keep the title. She accepts Brie’s challenge and the two women stare at each other as the show goes to commercials.

Commercial Break

-Returning from the break, Brooke Barlow is seen with Drew McIntyre and Justin Gabriel. Brooke mentions the unlikely pairing of the two men and congratulates on their victory two weeks ago. Gabriel says that he’s been a part of the PCW since the beginning, and there’s a lot that he has accomplished during that time. Gabriel gives praise to McIntyre, calling him an up-and-comer. Gabriel says he do what he can to help McIntyre along the way. Brooke goes to ask Drew a question, but he gets blindsided by DAVID HART SMITH. Gabriel pulls Smith off, and two share words before Smith storms off.

Non-Title Match
The A-List Knockouts (Chris Hero & David Otunga) defeated © The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lance) when Hero pinned Lance with the Hero’s Welcome in 8:04.
Rating: ** ½

Two weeks ago, David Otunga earned the right to face Chris Hero for the Television Title at End of the Line. Tonight, the question was whether or not these two would be able to coexist as a team, knowing that they’d be battling each other in a couple weeks’ time. Against the newly-crowned Tag Team Champions, Hero and Otunga looked like they were in old-form, and it appeared that they had put their title match on the back burner. Hero put away Lance with the Hero’s Welcome for the victory.

Commercial Break

-Returning from the break, Heavyweight Champion James Storm makes his way out to the ring. Storm gives credit to Kenny King for his victory over Chris Hero two weeks ago but says King should be careful or his cockiness will get the best of him. This brings out King, dressed in his ring attire, who says that other people – like Storm – call it cockiness, but King calls it the truth. King says that, if he wasn’t already scheduled tonight, they’d go at it right now! Storm says he’s not a hard man to find and leaves the ring, joining the announcers at the broadcast table.

Kenny King pinned Bobby Roode after a spinning leg lariat in 11:13.
Rating: ***

With his End of the Line opponent sitting at ringside tonight, after a heated confrontation pre-match, Kenny King pulled out an impressive victory over former Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode. After the match, King stood on the corner and taunted Storm. Storm stood up and motion for King to come fight. King left the ring and the two men stared each other down at ringside. Before anyone could throw a punch, officials rushed down and separated both men, receiving boos from the crowd. REX BUTLER appeared on-stage and announced that next week, King would team up with the man he defeated tonight – Bobby Roode – to take on the team of Wade Barrett and James Storm!

Card rating: ** ¾

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