September 21, 2010 - Regina, Saskatchewan, CN

PCW Tuesday Night Rampage
September 21, 2010
Brandt Centre
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
(Attendance: 5,320)

— A new opening montage started off tonight's episode, and introduced the “Tuesday Night Rampage” name. A recap of last weeks' episode showed Ted DiBiase win the PCW Heavyweight Title from Daniel Bryan.

— The new announce team of Howard Reyes and Jose Rader welcomes everyone to Regina, Saskatchewan, where a sold out crowd awaits the crowning of a new PCW Heavyweight Champion. They announced an eight-man tournament that would fill the vacated title spot, along with a tag team match-up between Generation Me and Beer Money, Inc.

— Daniel Bryan made his way to the ring, and grabbed a microphone. He said that even with how young the PCW brand is, it's amazing to see how many people have held the Heavyweight Title. Bryan said that the only consistent thing PCW is him, holding the title, and being the top guy on the brand. He said that tonight, he would be starting his journey back to the top of the PCW mountain.

PCW Heavyweight Title Tournament – Quarter Final:
Daniel Bryan vs. Adam Cole

The first match of the night was a match-up of two very evenly skilled athletes, and they are both former champions in the PCW. Bryan came out strong at the beginning of the match, but Cole took control after hitting a vicious clothesline that almost took Bryan's head off! Cole managed to wear down Bryan, but wasn't able to put him away, only managing a number of near falls. After missing a crossbody block from the second turnbuckle, Cole fell victim to the LeBell Lock and quickly tapped out, sending Bryan into the semi-finals of the tournament.

Daniel Bryan defeated Adam Cole when A. Cole passed out in the LeBell Lock in 0:08:19.
Rating: *** ¾

Commercial Break

— New backstage interviewer, Lela Harris, is shown with “The Immortal” Hulk Hogan. Hogan said that he'd be all over the world, and is still one of the biggest names in the wrestling business. He said that he's held every major title imaginable, and that coming in here and proving to the young guys that he still has what it takes to be a champion, would be more satisfying that actually winning the PCW Heavyweight Title.

PCW Heavyweight Title Tournament – Quarter Final:
© Justin Gabriel vs. Homicide

The Television Champion showed absolutely no mercy tonight, allowing Homicide to garner no offense whatsoever, before rolling him up to pick up the quick victory.

Justin Gabriel pinned Homicide after a rollover in 0:04:05.
Rating: ** ½

Commercial Break

Generation Me vs. Beer Money, Inc.

Both of these teams put on an impressive match tonight, but Generation Me was able to pick up the victory after a beautiful 450 Splash by Jeremy Buck, that got the crowd on their feet!

Generation Me (Max & Jeremy Buck) defeated Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm & Robert Roode) when Jeremy pinned J. Storm with the 450 Splash in 0:07:36.
Rating: *** ¼

Commercial Break

— Lela Harris is shown with Peter Bradshaw, backstage, as Rampage returned from the break. Bradshaw said that it had been too long since the PCW Tag Team Titles were in someone's possession; but that would all change next week. He announced that there would be a Fatal Four Way Match to determine the new Champions.

PCW Heavyweight Title Tournament – Quarter Final:
Jay Lethal vs. Kurt Angle

Just a few weeks ago, Kurt Angle came to Lethal's aide, and eventually tagged with “Black Machismo” to take on Homicide and Daniel Bryan. But, tonight, they found themselves battling for a spot in the semi-finals for the Heavyweight Title. They had fought before, as members of the HWL roster, which allowed “The Olympic Gold Medalist” to use his knowledge against Lethal. Angle locked in the Ankle Lock, and Lethal quickly tapped out, sending Angle into the next round.

Kurt Angle made Jay Lethal submit to the Ankle Lock in 0:05:42.
Rating: *** ½

Commercial Break

PCW Heavyweight Title Tournament – Quarter Final:
Kofi Kingston vs. Hulk Hogan

Kofi Kingston had the odds against him tonight, facing the much bigger and experienced Hogan. However, Kingston's speed an agility came into play early – and often – as he used it to his advantage in this match. “The Hulkster” got in some good shots, and even took the fight out to ringside, but it wasn't enough to put Kingston away. After bringing the match back inside the ring, Kingston attempted a hiptoss, but Hogan countered it with a lariat. However, the quick-thinking Kingston ducked the clothesline and locked in a crucifix, that brought Hogan down, but only for a two-count. Seizing the opportunity, Kingston connected with the Trouble in Paradise for the 1-2-3!

Kofi Kingston pinned Hulk Hogan with the Trouble in Paradise in 0:06:21.
Rating: * ½

Card Rating: ** ½

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