March 24, 2018
A.C. Brase Arena
Cape Girardeau, Mo
- Matheus Open Challenge
Matheus (w/ Jeff O’Dell and Bagboy Courtney) def. Aaron Clay via submission at 3:00.
After the match, Matheus wouldn’t release the submission hold on Clay. Leo D. came to ringside to help Clay, but was also taken down by Matheus. Finally, Blaster came to the ring seemingly in defense of Clay, but then turned on Clay and laid him out, re-uniting with The Pinnacle.
- Jinn and Otis Crowley (w/ Jacksyn Crowley) def. “The” Ace Hawkins and Adrian Surge via pinfall at 10:30 in a tag-team grudge match.
During the match, Jacksyn Crowley distracted Hawkins long enough to disrupt Hawkins’ and Surge’s tandem finisher, allowing the Crowleys to capitalize and score the victory.
After the match, Jacksyn revealed to Hawkins that his leg cast is off, and that they will meet at CCW Supershow 2.
- CCW Women’s Championship
“#Summertime” Sarah Summers def. Diamond Doll (C) (w/ Jeff O’Dell and Bagboy Courtney) via disqualification at 11:41 when Diamond Doll would not release an illegal hold on Referee Kelly Blankenship’s 5-count.
After the match, Marni Gras ran to ringside to make the save. After a brief brawl in the ring, CCW General Manager Osby Tomlin came to ringside to announce a Fatal 4-Way match for the CCW Women’s Championship at CCW Supershow 2, with Diamond Doll defending her title against Sarah Summers, Marni Gras, and Thunder Rosa.
- “Sexy” Sarge O’Riley, Mikey McFinnegan, and Marko Stunt def. The Pinnacle (Hollis Giroux, “The Nephilim” D’Mone Solavino, and Van “The Man” Van Horn) (w/ Jeff O’Dell and Bagboy Courtney) via pinfall at 14:53 in a 6-man tag-team match.
After the match, GM Osby Tomlin announced that McFinnegan and Stunt will face Giroux and Solavino for the CCW Tag-Team Championship at CCW Supershow 2. CCW co-owner Barry Karafa also announced a 6-man tag for Supershow 2, pitting Matheus, Van Horn, and Blaster against O’Riley, Dan “The Beast” Severn, and a partner of O’Riley’s choosing.
- Justin “The Juice” Smart and Osby Tomlin (w/ RVM) def. Brandon “Espy” Espinosa and Justin D’Air via pinfall at 14:27.
This match was originally scheduled as a 3-on-1 handicap match, pitting Espinosa against Smart, Tomlin, and Bishop Kage. However, Kage was unable to compete due to injury. Espinosa said that since he demanded the match and The Administration couldn’t deliver, he was making it a tag-team match and brought out D’Air as his surprise partner.
During the match, D’Air accepted a bribe from RVM to turn on Espinosa, delivering a coast-to-coast missile dropkick to Espinosa. Tomlin finished Espinosa with a big lariat shortly thereafter.
After the match, Tomlin challenged Espinosa to a 6-man tag at Supershow 2, featuring Smart, Tomlin, and D’Air against Espinosa and two partners of his choosing. If Espinosa can pin Tomlin, Tomlin will step down as General Manager. If Tomlin pins Espinosa, then Espinosa must work for The Administration. Espinosa agreed to the match and announced The Besties in the World as his tag-team partners.
- The L.A. Hustlers def. The Farmer and the Dell (w/ Jeff O’Dell and Bagboy Courtney) via disqualification at 15:20 when Matheus interfered on Farmer and the Dell’s behalf.
During the match, Billy Hills re-aggravated his back injury. After the match, The Pinnacle argued amongst themselves regarding Hills’s injury costing them matches. O’Dell helped Hills to the back, in spite of reservations from the rest of The Pinnacle.
- CCW Championship
“Best of the Best” Austin Lane (C) def. “Missouri’s Most Malicious” Brandon Barbwire via pinfall at 14:52.
During the match, Jeff O’Dell came to ringside to watch the action closely. Later, he jumped on the apron to distract Referee Kelly Blankenship, at which point Dell Tucker attempted to level one of the competitors with the championship belt. Barbwire caught Tucker with a uranage slam before he could do any damage, but then Lane hit Barbwire with the championship belt to win the match.
After the match, CCW co-owner Jason Wells announced that Tucker would face Barbwire at Supershow 2, with “Cowboy” James Storm serving as the special guest enforcer for the match.