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Annandale, VA – 6.9.2018
1. Breaux Keller defeated Mack Buckler, Eddy Only, and Wes Barkley in a Fatal Four Way, pinning Barkley in 2:50 with a Falcon Arrow.
2. Beau Crockett & DeJuan O’Neil defeated Laynie Luck & Machiko San in 9:18 when Beau pinned Layne with a Spear.
3. John Kermon submitted Curt Stallion to a triangle choke in 6:11.
1. Men’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Semi-Final Round Match: “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams pinned Fred Yehi (w/Stokely Hathaway) with an Oklahmoa Roll in 10:22.
2. Men’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Semi-Final Round Match: Sage Philips put away Dominic Garrini with a butterfly brainbuster in 5:48. The two brawled around ringside before the bell rang.
3. Men’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Semi-Final Round Match: Wheeler YUTA pinned Homicide with a back suplex into a powerbomb in 8:24.
4. Men’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Semi-Final Round Match: Arik Royal defeated PCO with a tackle in 10:04.
5. Women’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Final Round Match: Jordynne Grace won the tournament against Allie Kat, submitting her with a Bearhug in 11:32.
6. Alexander James defeated Jimmy Jacobs with a topwristlock with a legscissors in 11:17.
7. NWA World Heavyweight Champion: Nick Aldis retained the championship against Isaiah Frazier (w/Coach Gator), submitting Fracier to the Kings Lynn Cloverleaf in 11:00.
8. No Disqualification: The Carnies (Nick Iggy & Kerry Awful) defeated Tim Donst & Nick Gage when Awful gave Donst a piledriver onto thumbtacks in 10:48.
9. Men’s Commonwealth Cup Tournament Final Round Elimination Match: Wheeler YUTA outlasted Arik Royal, Sage Philips, and “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams to become the 2018 Men’s Commonwealth Cup tournament.
– Williams was eliminated by Royal with Space Jam at 5:17.
– Philips was eliminated by Royal with a tackle t 9:07.
– Royal was eliminated by YUTA with an STF in 15:44.
After the match, Homicide attacked YUTA, declaring himself the real winner of the tournament feeling the referee miscounted his shoulders in their earlier semi-final round match.