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    Sunday, April 22, 2018

    [FULL RESULTS] PWR Live: Trapik

    The Philippine Wrestling Revolution came to a screeching stop at its last show before Wrevolution X 2018 with PWR Live: Trapik. Coming from the spacious 500 Shaw Zentrum Events Pavilion in Mandaluyong, the event was fraught with repercussions for PWR's biggest show of the year on May 20th.

    In case you couldn't make it, we've got full results for you here.


    Match #1: Brad Cruz vs. Kapitan PWR

    Brad Cruz unveiled a new move called the Shaina Lock (don't ask) to derail the hard-fighting Kapitan PWR.

    Winner: Brad Cruz via pinfall

    Match #2: Quatro vs. McKata

    Quatro continues to amaze fans with his hard-hitting offense, including a gorgeous counter of a corner charge by McKata into a Backstabber. A soaring Destino gave him the win.

    Trabajador Supremo confronted Quatro after the match to challenge him to battle at Wrevolution X, completing the miraculous regeneration of his ability to walk.

    Winner: Quatro via pinfall

    Main Show

    Match #1—PWR Tag Team Championship: The Network (James "Lodi" Martinez & Alexander Belmonte III) vs. John Sebastian & Crystal (c)

    James Martinez returned to AB3's side after his mysterious disappearance at the last show, only to get distracted by "Flat-Earther" Peter Versoza. A hapless Belmonte fell victim to a brutal Solemate/Killshot combo by the champs to eat the loss.

    Winners: John Sebastian & Crystal via pinfall

    Match #2: The KakaiBros (Mh4rckie & Kh3Ndrick) vs. Main Maxx & The Apocalypse (with Mr. Sy)

    The Apocalypse was revealed to be Mr. Sy's mystery tag team partner for the resurgent Main Maxx. An impressive Six Feet Under double stomp by the former All Out War Champion was the high point of the match, only for communication between Sy's two wards to break down. The match spilled out of the ring, with no winners announced.

    Winners: Double Count-Out

    Match #3—Tag Team Match, Losers Must Disband: Punk Dolls (Robynn & Martivo) vs. Zayden Trudeau & Bolt

    Both teams came out slugging, knowing that a loss would mean the end of their respective partnerships. Trudeau in particular impressed the crowd after leaving Robynn stranded on the top rope with a leaping knee strike, then suplexing her onto the apron.

    The Punk Dolls extended their run as a team after trapping Bolt in a Twist of Fate/Big Ending combo, and will go on to face Sebastian & Crystal for the Tag Team Championship at Wrevolution X.

    Winners: The Punk Dolls via pinfall

    Match #4: Peter Versoza vs. Revo Ranger

    Revo Ranger tried to show the Flat-Earther how the gravitational field on a round planet works, but that proved to be his last hurrah.

    An accidental Revo Kick to the referee allowed Versoza to low-blow the masked crusader, followed by his new cohort James Martinez rushing the ring in an official's shirt to make a super-fast count and award the victory to Versoza.

    Winner: Peter Versoza via pinfall

    Match #5—Triple Threat: Jake De Leon vs. SANDATA vs. Dax Xaviera

    This was a high-octane match that saw tons of impressive moments that had the crowd on their feet, including a top-rope Pagbasag by SANDATA that flung De Leon in an inadvertent somersault senton onto a prone Xaviera.

    JDL's veteran craftiness was too much for both SANDATA. A double Alipin Drop onto both men spelled the beginning of the end, with Xaviera tapping out eventually to the newly-unveiled Inasal Lock #2 (Figure Four Leglock).

    Winner: Jake De Leon via submission

    Match #6: The YOLO Twins (Yohann & Logan Ollores) vs. Trian Dela Torre & Evan Carleaux

    The YOLO Twins may have lost their partnership with Ken Warren, but replaced him with a shocking new partner: the Manila Wrestling Federation's high-flying Robin Sane. The Katipunan-bred conyos made Carleaux tap out to a knee bar.

    Winners: The YOLO Twins via submission

    Match #7—All Out War Championship: Vintendo vs. Vlad Sinnsyk (c)

    This was a hard-hitting hoss fight that saw both gladiators throwing everything but the kitchen sink against each other, proving the danger of this signature PWR match format.

    The match broke down beyond the referee's control after Versoza, Martinez, Belmonte, and Revo Ranger all stormed the ring, and ended up getting thrown out as a no-contest. Vintendo escapes once more with the All Out War belt.

    Winner: No-Contest

    Match #8—Six-Man Tag Team Match: Miguel Rosales, Ken Warren & Chris Panzer vs. Mike Madrigal (PHX Champion), Rederick Mahaba & Ralph Imabayashi (PWR Champion)

    Chaos enveloped this match right from the start, with a wild brawl even before the bell could ring. Mahaba, Madrigal, and Imabayashi nearly pulled out the win after crushing Panzer with MTNH's devastating Sonic Crusher/splash combo.

    But Panzer would not be denied. A Panzerschreck kick to Mahaba as he was being held by Rosales post-spear knocked the big man to the mat, and set him up perfectly for a sky-high Eagle Splash by the two-time former Kampeon ng Pilipinas.

    Winners: Ken Warren, Chris Panzer & Miguel Rosales via pinfall


    What did you think of PWR Live: Trapik, mga ka-smarkada? Are you as excited as we are for Wrevolution X? Let us know your thoughts in the comments, and we'll see you at the next show!


    Disclosure: Smark Henry is independently owned and managed by a group of Filipino pro wrestling fans, but includes members affiliated with the Philippine Wrestling Revolution.

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