Warrior Wrestling made their return live on iPPV as they presented Friday night lights live on Fite TV. It featured the first defence of the Warrior wrestling championship for Brian Pillman Jr, a new number one contender for the women’s championship was decided and featured a straight-up hoss fight.
Let’s get into the results of Warrior Wrestling: Friday Night Lights.
Kylie Rae def. Ray Lyn
The match to decide the number one contender for the warrior wrestling women championship opened the show as Smiley Kylie Rae defeated Ray Lyn in what was quite an enjoyable match despite the tectechnical difficulties in the beginning. Taking nothing away from the match, Going back and forth with both trading control of the match and trying to deliver the move that would finish the match but the finish came after Kylie rolled into a jack-knife cover for the win.
Isaias Velasquez def. Tre Lemar
A great match between two technically gifted wrestlers with very similar styles and again had sections with both competitors taking control of the match, some great looking moves and very close calls especially after the delivery of a nice looking frog splash by Tre Lemar only for Velasquez to kick out at a very near fall but Velasquez would eventually pick up the win and it would appear as though that match could have future title implications.
Lance Archer def. Sam Adonis via DQ
The match started off strong with the murder hawk living up to his name and playing the hard-hitting big man to perfection and Adonis looking good as the chicken heel just trying to squeak out a win then get out as soon as he could without taking on much damage. Archer spent most of the match dominating and looking to deliver the murder bomb that was until Adonis delivers a deliberate low blow leaving the official with no choice but to end the match and award the victory to Archer. A clearly frustrated Archer chased down his opponent to the backstage area and the commentary team did a good job in making it clear this wasn’t going to be over.
Joey Janela def. Jake Something
A thoroughly enjoyable match with very different styles that showcased what both men were capable of doing in the ring and some great story telling from Janela after picking up a knock to his knee pretty early on after a dive to the outside. Something did a great job in playing the heel by targeting the leg , Janela would eventually pick up the victory after trying several times to end it. Even delivering a Canadian destroyer but to no avail, it would end with a quick cover and the victory for the bad boy.
WarHorse wins Spartan Stadium Scramble.
The match was as chaotic as the match suggested with 10 competitors participating at the same time and the only way to end the match was for one of the competitors to get pinned, the competitors were Davey Bang, Cipher, Nacho clown, Dan the Dad, Elayna Black, Gibaldi, Manders and the eventual winner Warhorse. Each participant was given time to shine but it felt a little obvious as to who the clear favourite was and after delivering his signature elbow drop WarHorse won the match.
Rascalz def. Zayne, Carter and Christian
Superb trios match that was competed under Lucha libre rules, a good looking almost clash of styles between the two teams with the match dynamic of the well-established team taking on the group put together solely to take them on. Highly athletic back and forth would put them both in control throughout different points in the match. With most of the time being spent on the outside it wouldn’t take much longer for the Rascalz to show their cohesiveness and pull off a big double team manoeuvre from the top rope for the win.
Warrior Wrestling Title: Brian Pillman Jr def. Robert Anthony.
Arguably most of the time was spent on the entrance of Anthony and Frank the clown , but once everything finally settled down the match hot better and better. Pillman was showing everyone who was maybe new to seeing him work just what he could do. Anthony played the heel very well and put on a good showing but it wasn’t enough as Pillman Jr delivered his new signature move the Jackhammer to Anthony for the win and cementing his title reign.
Brian Cage def. Sam Adonis, Lance Archer and Jeff Cobb.
In a match that was originally scheduled as a one on one contest between Cage and Cobb broke down after the interference by Sam Adonis and then by the murder hawk. It was then announced that the main event would continue as a fatal four-way. The three big men all turned their attention to Adonis to pay him back for ruining a perfectly good singles match, all four guys looked as though they could win but it was, however, the machine who picked up the victory with a drill claw to Adonis.
Thank you for reading the replay is still available on Fite TV and judging by how this show went down it should certainly make for an interesting watch the next time warrior wrestling appears on PPV.