Saturday Warrior Wrestling put on their final of three Stadium Series events. It is also likely that it will be the promotion’s final show of the year. This show faced many challenges due to the COVID pandemic. However, the card was still stacked. Madison Rayne took on Kylie Rae, for the Women’s title, in what might be her independent swan song. Also, Brian Pillman Jr, Trey Miguel, Brian Cage wrestled in a triple threat for the Warrior Wrestling Championship. Who will end the year as champion? Find out in our Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Finale results.
D) Trevor Outlaw, Nate Brock def Christopher Michael lotus, Icon Lee
Icon Lee always gets a good response from the fans. The best part of this match was Outlaw’s crowd interaction. Lotus was able to get the advantage over Brock for a moment. However, Outlaw was able to secure the victory as the result of a facebuster.
D2) Battle Royal- Winner: Garrisaon Creed
None of the wrestlers wanted to start the match without a bell, they would be awful in Suzuki gun. The match had a little of everything including titty twisting, a guy with a giant cut out of his face and the best catch of the night by a big man. In the end, Garrisaon Creed scored the victory.
1) Moose def Suicide
In the beginning, Suicide was too quick for moose. Suicide slipped a punch and Moose clanked his hand on the post. The tide turned because Moose caught Suicide and power bombed him on the apron. Suicide was able to avoid the spear but not for long. Hence, Moose scores the pinfall.
2) Mike Bennett def Cheeseburger
I was very happy to get to see this because it was Bennett’s first indie match in a long time. Bennett hilariously sang Edge’s theme before hitting a spear. Cheeseburger kept going for an armbar but to no avail. Bennett won as a result of a double underhook piledriver.
3) Isaias Velazquez def Travis Titan
First off the crowd showed some love to the referee, prompting the combatants to do the same. This was a fun match because of the fast-paced action. Vasquez’s drop kick knocked Titan out of mid-air. Titan used an interesting looking inside hooked suplex. He also hit Vasquez with a frog splash but only got a two count. In the end, Isaias Velazquez hit a double underhook driver for the victory.
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4) Rhino def Beast Man
I love Beast Man Husk because of his great character work. He even locks up in character for example. This was an old school hoss fight. Beast Man had control but hit his nether regions on a failed seated senton attempt. However, Beast Man was able to recover and hit a rolling senton in the corner. Then Beast Man missed his top rope seated senton. This led to a Gore and a Rhino victory.
5) Air Wolf def Angel Dorado & Jason Page & Sam Beale & Davey Bang & The Savage King
This was another fun match because of action too fast to call. Bang almost won with a frog splash and his energy drink gimmick is also hilarious. Dorado hit an impressive shooting star press to the outside. It seemed all the wrestlers took turns flying through the air. However, it was mat wrestling that scored Air Wolf the victory.
6) Zachary Wentz def Blake Christian
This match started methodically but built speed. Wentz looked like he’d score a victory with a bridging choke but Christian escaped. Christian should have gotten a big air bonus on his dive to the outside. However, Wentz was able to spike Christian into the mat for the win.
7) No Holds Barred Street Fight: Joey Janela def Robert Anthony w/ Frank The Clown
Frank the Clown and Robert Anthony came out in one of those kit cars that looks like a Batmobile bought off Wish. Frank’s confetti carried for the length of the football field because of the wind. Janela and Anthony attacked each other with doors, chairs and kendo sticks. Anthony kept throwing objects that carried in the wind almost hitting fans. Anthony then showed complete disregard for fan safety by attacking a cameraman. Frank was able to put Janela through a door. However, Jenela got his revenge by piledrivering Frank though a table. After a short drive to the end zone in the Clown-Mobile, Janela found himself atop of the goalpost. In a sight that will never be forgotten, Jenella hit a Swanton Bomb off the crossbar, through the tables and won as a result.
8) Warrior Wrestling Women’s Championship – Kylie Rae (c) vs. Madison Rayne
Rea took her sweet time starting the match but Rayne seemed content to soak up the atmosphere of her last indie match. Rayne beat up Rae on the outside and through the crowd. After a battle Rae pumped herself up by shouting that Rayne won’t leave with the title. In a finish that mimicked WrestleMania 24, Rae said “ I love, hit a couple of superkicks and ended Rayne’s Independent career.
9) Warrior Wrestling Championship Triple Threat Match – Trey Miguel def Brian Pillman Jr. (c) & Brian Cage
Miguel tried to start off fast but ate a clothesline from Cage. Cage caught both men of mid air, multiple times, at different points in the match. Pillman hit a Jackhammer on Cage but only got a two count. While attempting the same move on Miguel, Pillman got caught in a roll up. You could tell the crowd was genuinely happy about Trey Miguel’s victory because they immediately popped up in excitement.
That’s all for Warrior Wrestling Stadium Series Finale results. All Everything Entertainment would like to congratulate everyone involved for a great three shows. If you missed it you should certainly check out the shows on FITE.