C*4 presents “RISE ABOVE”
Saturday January 19th, 2013
Knights of Columbus
Announcer: The Voice
Commentary: Adam B., Cheeky, Matthew Ryan-Shapiro
Referees: Bakais & TJ Wylie
• Leon St. Giovanni scored the win over Jeff Fury & Preston Myles.
• John Greed pinned Jaka, in a very hard-hitting affair.
1 ) In a back and forth, exciting tornado tag team match, C*4 Tag Team Champions, TdT, Mathieu St. Jacques & Thomas Dubois, narrowly retained their championship over The Afterparty, Cecil Nyx & Chaz Lovely. Things seem far from over between these two tandems.
2 ) Before the next match, World Intergender Champion, Twiggy came to the ring, along with his lawyer, Matthew Ryan-Shapiro, to berate his scheduled opponent for the evening, Vanessa Kraven. After several minutes of trash talk, Twiggy introduced his opponent, who was revealed to be the returning Giant Tiger, dressed as Vanssa Kraven.
Twiggy and Giant Tiger proceeded to have a farse of a match, which saw Twiggy pin GT, and claim it as a victory over Vanessa Kraven.
However, his celebration was short-lived, as the real Vanessa Kraven made her way from the back. To save himself, Twiggy challenged Kraven to a match, on behalf of Giant Tiger.
In quick fashion, Vanessa Kraven defeated Giant Tiger. As a result of the pre-match stipulations by Twiggy, his restraining order against Kraven is now null and void.
3 ) In a back and forth encounter, Sebastian Suave narrowly (by the closest of margins) managed to pin the debuting Chris Dickinson. Dickinson impressed C*4 fans and management with his ruthless hard-hitting style.
4 ) In a chaotic and fast paced six man tag team match, Jae Rukin, Brenk Banks and Alex Vega, defeated “Superstar” Shayne Hawke, and 3.O.
5 ) In an insane and exciting contest, “Hacker” Scotty O’Shea defeated “Speedball” Mike Bailey. The end saw O’Shea, once again out-smart the match official, and his opponent, and manage to knock out Bailey with a vicious key-board shot. As a result of the match, O’Shea may now use his C*4 Championship shot at a show of his choosing. Also, despite the controversial win, O’Shea does not have to accept a future challenge of Bailey, unless he agrees to it.
6 ) Before the next match, Player Uno came out and called out the man he has feuded with in C*4 for the last 18 months, Stu Grayson, aka, Player Dos.
As the two men went back and forth in a heated conversation, Ethan Page came out from the locker room, and said that he was their to make an impact and that the issues of Uno and Stu were cutting into his time. He then called out his scheduled opponent, “MVP” Michael Von Payton, and said that he would like to team with Von Payton against Uno and Stu.
Before Uno could deny the challenge, Grayson accepted.
In an impromptu tag match, the estranged Super Smash Brothers, defeated Page & Von Payton. During the match, Uno and Stu however, seemed to do as much damage to each other, as they did to their opponents.
After the match, TdT and Suave headed to the ring, however, Uno and Stu, fighting side-by –side, kept them at bay.
7 ) In a shocking upset, “Dirty” Buxx Belmar managed to score a pinfall victory over Franky the Mobster. The match saw both men use their bodies as weapons, as well as bodily fluids. The finish saw Buxx score a hurricane-rana into a roll-up, reversing Franky credibility-statement finisher.
8 ) In a violent, fast paced, and completely insane three-way dance, C*4 Champion, “Ronin” Josh Alexander defeated the challenge of Christopher Bishop and Lionel Knight.
Alexander managed to stay one-step ahead of Bishop and Lionel’s respective quick and high-flying attacks.
The finish came when Alexander double-underhook, pile-drove Bishop through two chairs, and scored the pin.
What is next for Alexander? Who will step up to “The Ronin” and his “Ronin’s Rules”, no-DQ or count-out, specialty defence guidelines, on March 9th?
Already set to appear, C*4 Champion, “Ronin” Josh Alexander, ROH World Champion, “Mr. Wrestling” Kevin Steen, and making his C*4 return, international superstar, “Unbreakable” Michael Elgin!