House Of Hardcore 11 Results From NYC (11/14): The Wolves Retain, Monster's Ball, Dreamer, More

- Tommy Dreamer's House of Hardcore held their 11th event tonight at The ELMCOR Center in Queens. Below are results:

SEE ALSO: House of Hardcore 10 Results from Friday Night

* Brian Myers (Curt Hawkins) defeated Lance Hoyt with a spear

* Thea Trinidad (Rosita) defeated Jade with Velvet Sky as special referee

* Eric Young defeated Tony Nese with a piledriver. Young cut a pre-match promo on New York City, calling everyone losers and all the sports teams losers, including the NY Mets

* Team Tremendous came out for their match but had to replace the referee after finding contraband on him. Their referee is The Sandman, who kicked things off with a beer bash

* Team Tremendous, Colt Cabana and Yusuke Kokduma defeated Vic Dalishus, Ben Ortiz, Eddie Kingston and Hale Collins

* Tommasso Ciampa defeated Alex Reynolds and JT Dunn in an Elimination Match. Reynolds was out first after a big elbow from Dunn. Ciampa then hit Project Ciampa for the win

* Sabu defeated Abyss in a crazy Monster's Ball Match. Sabu took nasty tack bumps and won after putting Abyss through a piece of wood

* Tajiri defeated Chris Hero after hitting him with the green mist

* Ethan Carter III defeated Tommy Dreamer in a NYC Street Fight. EC3 had two valets with him and one of them attacked Dreamer at the end of the match. Dreamer told his kids to look away and hit a piledriver on the woman. EC3 took advantage and hit his finisher for the win

* Dreamer cut a promo about how he doesn't want to compete with WWE, TNA or ROH, he just wants to provide an alternative product to the fans. He went on and got emotional when talking about how he does this for his family because he loves them and the fans because they pay their money

* The Wolves defeated Austin Aries and Bobby Roode in the main event. The teams agreed to put The Wolves' TNA Tag Team Titles and two trophies on the line. They hit a double stomp on Aries and the double backcracker on Roode for the win


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