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PWG 12.01.12 Mystery Vortex Results Steen vs Cole/Joey Ryan fairwell

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla’s Final Event of 2012: Mystery Vortex
December 1, 2012
Reseda, CA 91335

Attendance to be about 450-500. Super full. Excalibur had to put out more chairs.
They started at roughly 9PM PST
Exclusive photos at bottom of article.

Roderick Strong & Eddie Edwards def The Young Bucks via double team double stop/dominator combo

Sami Callihan def Drake Younger via submission by stretch muffler. Callihan over huge with crowd.
Drake just piledrove Callihan on the apron. An OMG moment for tonight. Not surprised.

Adam Cole comes out with mic. Steen then comes out. It will be Guerrilla Warfare match tonight for the PWG title.

Super Smash Bros def RockNES monsters to retain the Tag Titles via fatality

SSB wrestling again tonight non title because their flights are expensive against Strong and Edwards. Next show is Jan. 12, 2013

Scorpio Sky over Joey Ryan via tko. Really good match. Thank you Joey chants
Joey has the mic. He says he’s waited ten years to tell us to go fuck ourselves. Then goes insider explaining why tna can’t allow him in PWG anymore. Puts over management, the fans and his role over the years.

Four way match: Willie Mack pins B-boy via chocolate thunder driver in 4 way with TJ Perkins and Brian Cage

El Generico def Rich Swann via front suplex into a power bomb

Roderick Strong and Eddie Edwards over SSB via double stop after a front suplex into a backbreaker on Stupefied.

Main Event Geurrilla Warfare for PWG Title: Adam Cole def Kevin Steen to win the PWG title via straight jacket German on thumbtacks. Match had numerous chairs, two ladders, trash cans, and thumbtacks. Check that last pic at the bottom for a holy sh*t moment.

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About Chris GST

Chris GST has been a wrestling fan since around 1991. He grew up enjoying most of the back stage politics as well as enjoyed all the aspects that it takes to create that perfect wrestling match. At the end of 2001 when the original ECW died it was then that Chris took an interest in indy promotions such as ECWA and others. Those made him appreciate companies like Ring of Honor, CHIKARA, PWG, JAPW and it has continued to this day.

3 comments

  1. What happened with Steen/Cole?

  2. This post looks stupid, but the results to Steen/Cole wasn’t up at the time I has posted last!

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