Here are the results from the show:
In a Special Attraction Match for the FOW International Championship, Johnny Vandal defeated Tony Torres, Jonathan Grover, Jayson Falcone, Tim Zbyszko, and defending champion Lince Dorado to regain the FOW International Championship that he lost in May. Dorado hit a shooting star press on Falcone and appeared to have retained his title, but Vandal broke up the cover and pushed Dorado out of the ring to pin Falcone.
The show ‘officially’ starts with Wayne Van Dyke and Don Maximo taking the mic from ring announcers Sean LaFlash. This brings out the Royal Empire, led by Simon Sez. Included in the group is Ron Niemi, who cuts a promo about what is going to happen on the show.
Match Number One: Kory Chavis defeated Michael Zaki with a Yakuza kick. Zaki worked the crowd during the match and appeared to have things under control, but he got a little too confident and that allowed Chavis to get the win.
Shooter Storm and Wayne Van Dyke come to the ring and they talk about Aaron Epic and how they got rid of him.
While the promo continues, their backs are turned away from the entrance, where Aaron Epic emerges. Epic taps on Storm’s shoulder but Storm thinks it is someone from the Royal Empire. He turns around and Epic takes care of Storm and Van Dyke.
Maxwell Chicago comes to the ring and he challenges Epic and that leads to our next match.
Match Number Two: Aaron Epic defeated Maxwell Chicago with a punch to the head.
After the match, Epic tells the Royal Empire that was two down and there are four to go.
Match Number Three: Bruce Santee defeated Jon Davis when Santee rolled through on an O’Connor Roll.
After the match, Davis wanted to talk to Santee in the ring and they got face to face until Davis offered his hand to Santee. After thinking about it, Santee shakes his hand.
Match Number Four: Eddie Taurus defeated Eric Cooper in a Street Fight with a choke in a match that went all over the building.
After the match ended, Wayne Van Dyke came out and told everyone that he was talking to the commissioner and that Taurus’ choke was illegal so Cooper is the winner of the match. Cooper attacks Taurus and then Cooper hits Taurus with the ring bell.
Match Number Five: Milo Beasley defeated Simon Sez in a ‘Hair versus Bear’ Match with a roaring elbow when Van Dyke’s interference and assistance failed.
After the match, Beasley got back Mr. Milo Bearsley and then Beasley claimed his other prize, Simon’s hair. Simon realizes what happened so he attacks Van Dyke.
Match Number Six: Biff Slater and Don Maximo defeated Team Lucha and the team of Mike Cruz and Rocky Santiago to become the new Vintage Tag Team Champions when Slater and Maximo hit a double choke slam on Santiago.
After the match, Cruz had some words for his tag team partner being pinned twice in their attempts to get the title. Cruz pushes Santiago and leaves.
Match Number Seven: Sam Shaw defeated Francisco Ciatso by disqualification to retain the Vintage Heavyweight Title. The Royal Empire’s interference led to the disqualification.
A number of wrestlers from the back came out to help Shaw and even the odds. Shaw was joined in the ring by Team Lucha and Milo Beasley. Shaw got on the mic and then he told Ciatso that he would give him one more chance at the title.