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PCW Column: Preview

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Posted 04 June 2017 - 02:38 AM

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CARMELLA VERSUS MICHELLE McCOOL (w/ LAYLA)
While Carmella (2-3-0) hasn't been on television of late, she's had herself quite a bit of relevance in her tenure in the company. On the other hand, Michelle McCool (0-1-0) and her partner-in-crime, the flawless Layla have made their presence known since signing with PCW in March. Yeah, it might be the pre-show, but don't be surprised if these two beautiful blondes blow your minds!

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PCW WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
This triple threat tag team contest was initially set to include a fourth team, Hollywood XXXpress (0-1-0), the team of Johnny Mundo and Joey Ryan. However, when this duo departed from the company, it left Moustache Mountain (0-1-0), the Wyatt Family's Luke Harper and Braun Strowman (3-0-0), and the Broken Hardys (0-1-0). In March, the Wyatt Family and Moustache Mountain met in the ring with the former walking out the victors. With all of the teams having prior experience with one another, be that in a sanctioned match or in brutal confrontations, it is clear that this match will serve as an excellent segue between the pre-show and the main card. And on top of that? This match reunites the PCW Universe with the PCW World Tag Team Championships!




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BROCK LESNAR (w/ PAUL HEYMAN) VERSUS CHRIS HERO
Lesnar (0-0-0) finds himself with a distinction that no other superstar or Knockout in Primetime's history has ever laid claim to in being a floater. In other words, Lesnar is not signed to Turmoil and he's not signed to Takedown, which begs the question: where does he compete? The answer is on Pay-Per-View, as his match with Chris Hero (0-0-0) opens the night. Hero and Lesnar have been at each other's throats for the past few weeks, mostly as a result of Hero's animosity towards Lesnar and the long-winded nature of the speeches Paul Heyman tends to deliver. Hero is a legend in the business, having trained seventy wrestlers and having held nearly forty championships around the globe. Lesnar is a legend in his own right, being a former UFC Champion as well as having dominated in his tenure in the WWE. This contest looks to be stiff and looks to be violent, so be prepared for blood and gore and everything else.

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QUEEN OF THE RING FINALS
After defeating former PCW Women's Champion Naomi and Nia Jax in consecutive weeks, Thursday Night Turmoil's Emma (2-0-0) earned herself a slot in the Finals of the 2017 Queen of the Ring. Her opponent? After defeating Charlotte Flair and former PCW Women's Champion JoJo Copeland: Tuesday Night Takedown's Alexa Bliss (2-0-0). After the main event of Takedown, where she defeated Copeland, Bliss was met in the ring by none other than Emma herself! After an intense staredown, neither found themselves in each other's presence, and assumably won't cross paths again until they meet in the ring to crown the Queen of the Ring, following in the footsteps of Brooke Adams, AJ Lee, Kaitlyn, Nikki Bella, and Angela Fong, all of whom went on to win the PCW Women's Championships. Will Emma or Alexa continue this trend?

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KANE VERSUS THE UNDERTAKER
No fan of wrestling needs the deep and dark history of the Brothers of Destruction explained to them. That being said, this match is one for the ages, as it could mark the end for either competitor, who are 50 and 52 years of age, respectively. With thirty-seven championships between the two of them, their histories are as illustrious and renowned as they are macabre. After the Undertaker (1-3-0) lost to John Cena at Unbroken last year, he was set to retire. However, after quite a bit of prompting and prodding from his younger brother Kane (2-1-0), he accepted the challenge and will return for at least one more match. Be sure to tune in to see just who it is who'll rest in peace.

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PCW CHAMPIONSHIP
After the Brand Split earlier this year, it was announced that the winner of Edge's title defense against Finn Bálor would take the PCW World Heavyweight Championship back to their respective brand with them. When Edge successfully defended his title against the Irishman, Tuesday Night Takedown was left without a world title. This problem would be solved when the PCW Front Office announced the first ever PCW Gold Rush Tournament, a bracketed tournament that would see its Finals at International Incident just like the Queen of the Ring. However, rather than a contendership being on the line, the winner of the Gold Rush Finals would be crowned the inaugural PCW Champion! After weeks of competing, British Strong Style's frontman, Pete Dunne (2-0-0) and the ever-electric former Number One Contender to the PCW Television Championship, Adam Cole (3-1-0) would find themselves pitted against one another. Dunne utilized his membership in British Strong Style to take advantage of Cole and use the numbers game. Their assault would see Cole's arm crushed in a car door, but you all know that this championship contest will see more violence than that.

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PCW WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Sasha Banks (4-0-0) won herself her first PCW Women's Championship from Naomi in the first ever Women's War Chamber at Path to Glory. However, soon she would find herself standing in the ring opposite former Women's Champion and the competitor with the most matches in PCW's storied history, Raquel Diaz (34-18-3). Diaz, a two time Women's Champion and 2014's Knockout of the Year, is no stranger to the PCW ring or to big matches, and it will certainly show as she challenges the undefeated Sasha Banks, wagering her (Diaz's) career for the title.

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PCW WORLD RISING CHAMPIONSHIP
Back in March, Seth Rollins (21-22-0) defeated long-time rival Johnny Mundo to secure his first reign as the PCW World Rising Champion. However, at Path to Glory, Bobby Roode (3-1-0) paid an official to ring the bell and say that Rollins had submitted when he hadn't reminiscent of the Montreal Screwjob. Roode continued to hold the title until the go-home Takedown on May 23rd, when Shawn Michaels announced that a board had reviewed the situation and found Roode guilty of his crimes, returning the title to its rightful wearer in Rollins. The two have feuded ever since Rollins won the title in March, and it has all led up to their match at International Incident. After a brief exchange on Twitter, Rollins and Roode are set to compete for the PCW World Rising Championship in a Submission Match. Neither Rollins nor Roode have ever submitted in their PCW careers, though Rollins did pass out in Austin Aries' Last Chancery submission in 2011. Who will tap? Who will walk out as champ?

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BECKY LYNCH VERSUS CHARLOTTE FLAIR
It should come as no surprise that former PCW Knockout's Champion and Superstar (Knockout) of the Month Becky Lynch (4-2-0) is the first ever woman to main event a PCW PPV, competing against a Knockout whose PPV career as a whole is worthy of the same honor in Charlotte Flair (0-3-0). These two have had one of the most bitter and violent rivalries in recent memory, including multiple vicious encounters with weapons and targeting of limbs and joints. Flair showed her true colors many times throughout the feud, inciting turmoil (pun intended) and continuously finding herself in physical altercations with the former Knockout's Champ. Lynch, however, has momentum and the fans on her side, but who knows? It's the main event of the evening for a reason, and it will surely prove the 'Any Given Sunday' adage.





Thank you for joining us tonight for this edition of the PCW Column!


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