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Pure Pro Wrestling returned to the Pelham Community Center in Pelham, NC Saturday night to start their 2013 schedule with “New Years’ Knockout.” We’ll deal with the fallout on this week’s podcast (featuring former WCW Tag Team Champion “Rock n Roll” Ricky Morton), but here are the match results:

Before the matches began, it was announced that Jimi Love’s replacement as Commissioner has been filled — by media personality Scott Eiland. Scott affirmed the long-rumored PPW Title match would take place that night, between incumbent champion “the Manaconda” Matt Houston and former two-time PPW titleholder Justin Flash.

1. Cory Duncum defeated Nick Richards by pinfall.

2. Ouga Booga beat the newcomer Big Rig, a masked trucker who was on a layover on the way to Raleigh. Ouga finished Big Rig with his patented “Wapeepee” abdominal chokeslam.

3. Louis Moore and Scrapyard Dog (with The Great Wizard) defeated The Justus League when Louis pinned Cade Sydal after a piledriver.

4. Jimi Love defeated the Masked Assassin after a King’s Elbow.

5. Beef destroyed Shawn Adams.

6. Jimmy Parker bested Trevor Lee after a full nelson-slam.

7. Pure Pro Wrestling Tag Team Champions Court Montgomery and “Big Daddy” Eric Edwards defeated The Star City Rollers (with Jenny Jannetty) when Edwards pinned Jimmy Jannettyafter a “Hart Attack” clothesline by Montgomery. After the match, The Great Wizard grabbed the microphone and challenged Court and Edwards to a PPW tag title match. When they accepted, members of the Old School Mafia attacked, injuring Edwards’ larynx and putting his wrestling future in doubt.

8. In the main event, Justin Flash defeated Matt Houston to win the PPW Championship! After the match, a bemused Jimi Love offered his congratulations, immediately complaining that the PPW title match that Flash won should have been his, and that Flash’s ability to “sweet talk” the new commissioner meant that he took an opportunity that belonged to him. Jimi challenged Flash to be his first title defense. Flash accepted. When they shook hands, Jimi shocked the crowd by ATTACKING Justin Flash, leaving the capacity crowd in shocked silence. He then cut a promo, announcing that he was the King of Carolina, and that he was going to get the PPW title by any means necessary.

What could POSSIBLY follow that? Find out on February 9 when Pure Pro Wrestling returns to Pelham!

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  • - This Week in Wrestling on January 14th, 2013 says:

    […] the crowd by turning on Justin Flash, suckerpunching him after his title win. Find the details here. Scott discusses what his plans would have been in the normal course of action, but fans will have […]

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