January 26, 2019
A.C. Brase Arena
Cape Girardeau, Mo

  • CCW General Manager Jeff O’Dell introduced the card and the night’s guest ring announcer, Mr. Bob Clubbs.
  • CCW Championship Tournament – First Round
    Jacksyn Crowley def. “The Nephilim” D’Mone Solavino (w/ “Mr. 100” Seanán Young) via pinfall at 9:05.
  • CCW Championship Tournament – First Round and
    MWR Missouri Championship

    “The Ace that Sets the Pace” Ace Hawkins (c) and Brandon “Espy” Espinosa fought to a time-limit draw at 10:00.
    After the match, Hawkins and Espinosa continued to brawl, even after being separated several times by CCW officials and wrestlers. After Espinosa finally returned to the dressing room area, Hawkins got on the mic and invited him to continue the fight. Espinosa came back to the ring, jumped on the apron, but then jumped back off and returned to the back again. Hawkins explained that this is typical behavior for Espinosa, thanked the CCW fans, and said that if not for the time limit, he would have left the Arena a dual champion.
  • CCW Championship Tournament – First Round
    “Dirdy” Jake Dirden def. Barackus via pinfall at 9:16.
    During the match, Barackus attempted to use a steel chair as a weapon, but Referee Kelly Blankenship pulled the chair away from him. Dirden capitalized on the distraction and chokeslammed Barackus onto the chair for the win.
  • CCW Championship Tournament – First Round
    “The Handicapped Hero” Gregory Iron def. Dexter Roswell (w/ Mother Marni) via pinfall at 7:16.
  • CCW Tag Team Championship
    “Sexy” Sarge O’Riley and Swoggle def. The Wise Church (c) via disqualification at 10:43. Due to the disqualification, The Wise Church retained the Championship.
    Before the match, The Wise Church introduced their deacons-in-training, one carrying a collection basket, the other carrying the gospel of The Wise Church. Reverend Antoine Wise admonished the crowd for putting money in O’Riley’s “stained underwear,” but not the collection basket. O’Riley retaliated by pointing to his trunks and telling The Wise Church that they are the biggest collection basket they’ll ever see.
    During the match, Wise hit Swoggle with one of the tag team championship belts, drawing the disqualification.
    After the match, Marko Stunt came to the ring and went nose-to-nose with Swoggle. Swoggle explained that he was originally supposed to face Stunt at this event, but then Stunt was injured. Swoggle asked the CCW fans if they would like to see him return to face Stunt as soon as he healed up, and the audience responded with thunderous approval. Stunt agreed to the match, saying that the first time he met Swoggle, he beat him. In their next encounter, he promised to
    destroy Swoggle.
  • CCW Pure Openweight Championship
    Hollis Giroux (w/ Seanán Young) def. “Farmer” Billy Hills (c) via pinfall at 0:20 to become the new champion.
    Before the match, Hills brawled into the entryway with D’Mone Solavino and Justin Smart. They overpowered Hills and threw him into the ring after multiple chair shots and ramming him into the ringpost. C.J. Jackson attempted to come to Hills’ aid, but was cut off by Smart and Solavino. Referee Jerry Looney checked with Hills to see if he wanted to continue with the match, and Hills said yes.
    During the match, Hills had Giroux up for a powerslam, but his back gave out. Giroux finished off Hills to win the match and the championship.
  • CCW Championship Tournament – Semifinal
    Jacksyn Crowley def. Gregory Iron via pinfall at 11:54.
  • Due to the time limit draw between Brandon Espinosa and Ace Hawkins, Jake Dirden received a bye to the tournament final.
  • Justin “The Juice” Smart (w/ Seanán Young) def. Dalton Anthony at 7:01 in a street fight when Jeff O’Dell threw in the towel on Anthony’s behalf.
    Smart stood on the turnbuckle and choked out Anthony in the corner with his belt, prompting O’Dell to come to ringside and throw in the towel.
  • Jason Wells announced SCU (Frankie Kazarian, Christopher Daniels, and Scorpio Sky) will appear at CCW Supershow 3 on April 27 at the A.C. Brase Arena in Cape Girardeau.
  • CCW Championship Tournament Final
    Jake Dirden def. Jacksyn Crowley via pinfall at 15:44 to become the new CCW Champion.
    During the match, Seanán Young and his stable (Hollis Giroux, D’Mone Solavino, and Justin Smart) surrounded the ring. Young offered Crowley a necklace—an opportunity to join him. Crowley briefly took the necklace, then dropped it at Young’s feet. Crowley turned his back to Young, but walked into a spear from Dirden. Dirden pinned Crowley to win the tournament and the Championship.
    After the match, Dirden took the necklace and joined Young. A beatdown of Crowley ensued. Trent Daniels and Chris Slammer attempted to come to his aid, but also fell victim to the beatdown. Finally, Billy Hills came to the ring with Georgia as Sarah Summers and C.J. Jackson tried to hold him back. Hills and Summers got in the ring, but Summers low-blowed Hills from behind, joining Young. Young and his stable beat down Hills and Crowley, and spray-painted “100” on the back of each. Young dubbed his faction “House 100.”
    Jeff O’Dell came to the ring and told Jake Dirden he is disappointed in him, but congratulated him for becoming the new CCW Champion. O’Dell suggested that Dirden go out, have a few drinks and enjoy himself, but then hit the gym. Next month, February 23, Dirden will make his first title defense against Matt Cross.