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    Sunday, May 28, 2017

    [FULL RESULTS] PWR Live: Resbak

    The Filipino #SummerOfWrestling just won't quit, and for everyone who couldn't make it to the Philippine Wrestling Revolution's latest outing, PWR Live: Resbak, we've got full results for y'all.


    Match #1: "The Canadian Dragon" Zayden Trudeau vs. "The Fighting Gamer" Vintend∅

    Canadian newcomer Zayden Trudeau took on the reformatted, rebooted, returning Vintend∅, who looks to have lost tons of weight and appears more streamlined in the ring.

    "The Canadian Dragon" took home his maiden win with Desolé, a spin-out wrist-trapped waistlock into a vicious high knee.

    Winner: Zayden Trudeau via pinfall

    Match #2: SANDATA vs. "The Kakaibro" Kh3Ndrick

    The rookie parade continued, with the selfie-obsessed Kh3Ndrick facing a baptism of fire against the fiery veteran SANDATA.

    Over-confidence spelled doom for "The Kakaibro," with his groupie-focused antics leading to Ang Huling Bala—a Busaiku Knee—from the masked Huling Mandirigma for the embarrassing squash loss.

    Winner: SANDATA via pinfall

    Main Show

    Match #1—PWR Tag Team Championship: Punk Dolls (Martivo & Robynn) vs. The YOLO Twins (Yohann & Logan Ollores)

    Entertaining match with the crowd darling Punk Dolls using their usual crowd-pleasing antics to build up some solid momentum early on.

    In the end, YOLO stablemate Ken Warren interfered with a beltshot to a distracted Robynn to secure a successful first championship defense for the arrogant Ollores brothers.

    Winners: YOLO Twins via pinfall

    Match #2: Koto Hiro vs. "The Social Media Sinister" Ken Warren

    The shenanigans of the unholy YOLO-Warren alliance continued to bear fruit, with the twins liberally paying the Social Media Sinister back for his assist earlier on.

    International talent Koto Hiro was unable to overcome the three-on-one advantage, falling to a skull-cracking Wi-Fi from the former PHX Champion.

    Winner: Ken Warren via pinfall

    Match #3: Delirium (Dax Xaviera & Dan Ericson) vs. The Network (James "Idol" Martinez & Alexander Belmonte III)

    The vastly-improved Delirium had the Network on the run early, with a potential upset seeming to be in the offing.

    Chemistry and experience paid off in the end however, with Idol sneaking up with a sternum-busting Pay-In for the Network win.

    Winners​: The Network via pinfall

    Match #4—PHX Championship: Peter Versoza vs. "Golden Boy" Chino Guinto (c)

    Former PHX Champion Peter Versoza looked to make the most of his contractually-stipulated rematch against "The Golden Boy," dominating him right out of the gates with the most energetic offense from him we've seen in a while.

    Guinto showed some great championship savvy to escape with his belt, countering repeated Karne Norte attempts with a thrilling Code Red sunset bomb for the three-count.

    Post-match, Ken Warren and the YOLO Twins laid waste to a weary Chino, setting the stage for a possible PHX showdown. The rest of the Network ran out to save Guinto, but ended up with Martinez snatching the belt for the second time in two months.

    Winner: Chino Guinto via pinfall

    Match #5—All Out War: Deadly Sinns (Mike Madrigal & Vlad Sinnsyk) vs. Fighters 4 Hire (Joey Bax & Miguel Rosales)

    The match exploded into chaos from the opening bell, with Orocans, bowling balls, a cheese grater, and all sorts of plunder donated by the Revo-Nation coming into play.

    Stereo Coast-to-Coasts by Madrigal and Rosales to each other's partners looked like the highlight of the day. But F4H finally put a close to the red-hot blood feud with a thunderous Anti-Riot double spinebuster to Madrigal through a plywood table.

    Winners: Fighters 4 Hire via pinfall

    Match #6—Kapre Open Challenge: Trian Dela Torre vs. ???

    The diminutive Dela Torre has never been short on determination, issuing an open challenge for any kapre to face him. Unfortunately for the Miniature Boy, his worst fears came to life with The Apocalypse rising to take the bait.

    Shockingly, the self-declared "Inch For Inch Best Wrestler In The World" joined the elite list of those to have defeated the Filipino Nightmare, rolling him up for a surprise three-count.

    Winner: Trian Dela Torre via pinfall

    Match #7: Crystal vs. Bolt

    The Weeaboo Warrior Bolt tried to continue his winning streak against PWR's women wrestlers with his main roster debut against the gritty Crystal, who was herself coming off of a tough loss to Robynn at the previous show.

    Rookie mistakes spelled the end for Bolt, with a Solemate counter out of the Otaku Driver earning Crystal the hard-fought win.

    Winner: Crystal via pinfall

    Match #8: Ralph Imabayashi (with Rederick Mahaba) vs. "The Senyorito" Jake De Leon

    The two best pure wrestlers in PWR locked horns, with Imabayashi looking to continue his #RespectProWrestling crusade, and JDL hoping to capitalize on last month's conquest of Fil-Canadian former NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Champion Billy Suede.

    This was a smashmouth match with plenty of hard-hitting action from both men. Imabayashi looked to have the match won with a gorgeous Sonic Crusher that had JDL out cold, only for the referee to be incapacitated and unable to register the pin.

    A frustrated Imabayashi and Mahaba suddenly turned heel, knocking JDL out with a baking pan shot to the head, and dispatching him with a cradle reverse piledriver dubbed Senketsu—or "Fresh Blood" in Japanese—for the cruel victory as boos rained down from the audience.

    Winner: Ralph Imabayashi via pinfall after heel turn

    Match #9—PWR Championship, Best of Three Falls: John Sebastian vs. Chris Panzer (c)

    John Sebastian was out hungry to regain the belt he lost at Wrevolution X, shocking Panzer with a brutal Killshot knee strike to the head that earned him a victory in the first fall.

    Panzer refused to choke yet again, storming back to claim the second fall with a determined Anaconda Vice—Sebastian's first career tap-out.

    But Panzer would not be denied. After more back-and-forth action between the two, a soaring Eagle Splash from the top rope was enough to earn the clinching fall, and his signature championship defense.

    Winner: Chris Panzer via pinfall (2-1)


    How did you find the show, Revo-Nation? Are you sold on Chris Panzer as PWR Champion? What are your thoughts on Ralph Imabayashi finally snapping and turning to the dark side? And on a scale of 1 to 10, how much shit do you think Chino Guinto's PHX reign is in?

    Leave us your comments below, and we'll be back soon with a full review!


    Photos and video courtesy of the Philippine Wrestling Revolution and Michael Bueza of Rappler Sports.
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    Item Reviewed: [FULL RESULTS] PWR Live: Resbak Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Unknown
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