The following are the results from the GCW Si Or No? event that took place on Saturday night at the Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia:
5 Way Scramble Match
Alec Price defeated Man Like DeReiss, Hunter Drake, Rico Gonzalez and Brayden Toon.
Charles Mason (w/Parrow) defeated “Action” Mike Jackson.
6 Person Tag Team Match
Maki Itoh, Allie Katch & Effy defeated Jordan Oliver, Davey Bang & August Matthews.
Tony Deppen defeated Brogan Finlay.
Intergender Singles Match
Jimmy Lloyd defeated Steph De Lander.
Tag Team Match
BULLET CLUB War Dogs (Gabe Kidd & Alex Coughlin) defeated The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner & 1 Called Manders).
Santana Jackson defeated “Speedball” Mike Bailey.
GCW World Championship Match
Blake Christian (c) defeated TANK.
Intergender Singles Match
Masha Slamovich defeated Gringo Loco.
GCW World Tag Team Championships Match
Violence Is Forever (Kevin Ku & Dominic Garrini) defeated Los Macizos (Miedo Extremo & Ciclope) to become the new Champions.
Joey Janela defeated Jacob Fatu.
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The GCW Si Or No? event took place on Saturday night at the Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia, and it delivered an action-packed night of professional wrestling. Here are the results from the event:
In the 5 Way Scramble Match, Alec Price emerged victorious by defeating Man Like DeReiss, Hunter Drake, Rico Gonzalez, and Brayden Toon. This high-energy match showcased the athleticism and skill of all the competitors involved.
Next up was a Singles Match between Charles Mason, accompanied by Parrow, and “Action” Mike Jackson. Mason came out on top in this hard-fought battle, showcasing his technical prowess and determination.
The 6 Person Tag Team Match featured Maki Itoh, Allie Katch, and Effy facing off against Jordan Oliver, Davey Bang, and August Matthews. The team of Itoh, Katch, and Effy proved to be a formidable force as they secured the victory in this exciting encounter.
Tony Deppen emerged victorious in a Singles Match against Brogan Finlay. Deppen’s agility and quickness were on full display as he outmaneuvered his opponent to secure the win.
In an Intergender Singles Match, Jimmy Lloyd defeated Steph De Lander. This hard-hitting match showcased the toughness and resilience of both competitors, but it was Lloyd who ultimately came out on top.
The Tag Team Match between BULLET CLUB War Dogs (Gabe Kidd & Alex Coughlin) and The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner & 1 Called Manders) was a thrilling encounter. BULLET CLUB War Dogs proved their dominance as they secured the victory over their opponents.
Santana Jackson emerged victorious in a Singles Match against “Speedball” Mike Bailey. Jackson’s strength and agility were key factors in his win, as he showcased his impressive wrestling skills.
In the highly anticipated GCW World Championship Match, Blake Christian successfully defended his title against TANK. Christian’s resilience and determination were on full display as he overcame the challenge posed by TANK to retain his championship.
Masha Slamovich secured a victory in an Intergender Singles Match against Gringo Loco. Slamovich’s tenacity and technical ability were instrumental in her win, as she outmaneuvered her opponent to secure the victory.
Violence Is Forever (Kevin Ku & Dominic Garrini) became the new GCW World Tag Team Champions by defeating Los Macizos (Miedo Extremo & Ciclope). This hard-hitting match showcased the intensity and skill of both teams, but it was Violence Is Forever who emerged as the new champions.
The event concluded with a Hardcore Match between Joey Janela and Jacob Fatu. Janela’s fearless approach and willingness to take risks paid off as he secured the victory in this brutal encounter.
Overall, the GCW Si Or No? event delivered an exciting night of professional wrestling action. The matches showcased the talent and athleticism of the competitors involved, leaving fans eagerly anticipating future events from GCW. Stay tuned for more wrestling news and updates on eWrestlingNews.com, as well as on our Twitter and Facebook pages.