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[Event Results] DGUSA Open the Golden Gate 2013

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Last night DGUSA held the first of their three events this weekend, Open the Golden Gate 2013, from Santa Maria, California. Although the show isn’t available on WWNLive yet, here are the results for the show if you can’t wait courtesy of PWTorch.

  1. Samuray Del Sol defeated EITA
  2. Brian Cage defeated Ray Rosas; Cage officially joined The Scene (Caleb Konley, Scott Reed, & Larry Dallas) after the match.
  3. Chuck Taylor defeated AR Fox and Jon Davis in an “EVOLVE Records Match”. Davis was eliminated first, then Taylor defeated Fox with the Awful Waffle to win the whole thing.
  4. The Jimmys (Ryo Saito & Jimmy Susumu) defeated *Open the Freedom Gate Champion* Johnny Gargano Rich Swann.
  5. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson) defeated D.U.F. (Sami Callihan & Arik Cannon).
  6. John Morrison defeated Akira Tozawa; The Young Bucks then attacked Morrison after the match (Book It Cam video of the post-match attack)

Stay tuned for DGUSA’s second show of the weekend, Revolt! 2013 (peep the announced card here), live on iPPV tonight starting at 8PM Pacific Time. I will have a quick recap/review of that show after it airs. Go to WWNLive to order the show.

[DGUSA News] ‘Open the Golden Gate 2013’ Lineup for Tonight; Will Not Air Live on WWN

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Dragon Gate USA begins their triple-shot in California tonight with Open the Golden Gate 2013. Unfortunately, due to internet issues, the event will not be broadcast live on WWN; instead, the company will tape the show and put it up on the streaming service soon after (time ballparked at between 24-48 hours). Here is the lineup for the show:

  • Main Event: John Morrison Vs. Akira Tozawa
  • Tag Team Bonus Main Event #1: *Open the Freedom Gate Champion* Johnny Gargano & Rich Swann Vs. Jimmy Susumu & Ryo Saito
  • Tag Team Bonus Main Event #2: D.U.F. (Sami Callihan & Arik Cannon) Vs. The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson & Nick Jackson)
  • EVOLVE Records Match: Chuck Taylor (9-5) vs. AR Fox (7-5) vs. Jon Davis (5-3)
  • Special Attraction Match: EITA Vs. Samuray Del Sol

You can order Open the Golden Gate 2013 once it’s made available on WWNLive. Until then though you can probably catch the results as the event goes on over on Twitter. Show starts at 8PM Pacific Time.

[TV Quick Review] RESISTANCE Pro TV – Episode 3 (9/2/2012)

Spoiler-Free Match Lineup:

  • John Hennigan Vs. “The Ego” Robert Anthony
  • Harry Smith (c) Vs. “Lonesome” Jay Bradley for the R-Pro Heavyweight Title

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[iPPV Results] JCW Bloodymania 6

Last night the 13th annual Gathering of the Juggalos capped off its three day celebration of everything Psychopathic Records with Bloodymania 6, Juggalo Championship Wrestling’s version of Wrestlemania. If you were like me and had to miss it (not a fan of the Psychopathic music, but I’ve grown to enjoy JCW), check out the results of that event below, curated from a report of the event sent to ProWrestling.netResults are shown in the order the match happened.

  1. The Ring Rydas [Ring Ryda Red/Ring Ryda Blue] (c) defeated The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express [Ricky Morton/Robert Gibson, The Headbangers [Mosh/Thrasher], and Madman Pondo/Necro Butcher to retain the JCW Tag Team Titles
  2. Vampiro pinned “Officer” Colt Cabana
  3. Zach Gowen won a 9-man battle royal, last eliminating Bobby Lashley [Other participants: CarlitoChris Masters, Shockwave the RobotU-Gene, Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, and The Weedman]
  4. John “Morrison” Hennigan defeated Matt Hardy and “Richie Boy” Bryer Wellington in a three-way dance [Wellington replaced Shane “Hurricane” Helms, who couldn’t make it due to travel issues]
  5. Vader/Scott Steiner defeated Shaun Summers/Roderick Street
  6. 2 Tuff Tony (c) pinned Kongo Kong to retain the JCW Heavyweight Championship

Sounds like an eclectic and interesting show and I’m sorry I missed it (maybe I’ll check the replay when I get the cash). JCW is the “black sheep” of American independent wrestling but it’s a unique one that is at least worth a look at. They are one of the few companies that can legitimately state they’re doing something different in professional wrestling.

To order the Bloodymania 6 replay for 14.99, head over to Psychopathic Live.

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