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* Jon Moxley vs. Tony Deppen for the GCW World Championship
* Joey Janela vs. Mike Jackson
* Jack Evans vs. Ninja Mack
* Masha Slamovich vs. Marko Stunt
* Grim Reefer vs. Homicide
* Team Gringo (ASF, Drago Kid & Gringo Loco) vs. The SAT (Joel Maximo, Jose Maximo & Wil Maximo)
* Los Macizos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo) & Jimmy Lloyd vs. The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner, Matthews Justice & 1 Called Manders)
* Charles Mason vs. Nate Webb
* John Wayne Murdoch vs. Cole Radrick vs. Jordan Oliver vs. Blake Christian vs. Alec Price vs. Jack Cartwheel vs. Komander in a Scramble Match
GCW is back in NEW YORK CITY for #GCWYWU!
MOX vs DEPPEN
JACK EVANS vs NINJA MACK
MASHA vs MARKO
MASON vs WEBB
187 vs REEFER
SAT vs TEAM GRINGO
SGC vs MACIZOS
JOEY vs MIKE
— GameChangerWrestling (@GCWrestling_) June 18, 2022
– A video package plays focusing on GCW’s past visit to New York City for The Wrld on GCW.
John Wayne Murdoch vs. Cole Radrick vs. Jordan Oliver vs. Komander vs. Alec Price vs. Jack Cartwheel vs. Blake Christian in a Scramble Match
John Wayne Murdoch initially takes charge of the match, but Jack Cartwheel stops him in his tracks by using his incredible athleticism. Komander and Cartwheel go at it. Komander sends Cartwheel out of the ring as Alec Price enters. Price takes control until Jordan Oliver enters the fray. Cole enters and takes out Oliver. Blake Christian enters the ring and dropkicks Cole into the turnbuckles and drives him face-first into the mat. Blake then nails the Lionsault on Cole.
Murdoch returns and throws elbows at everybody in the ring. Cole sends Murdoch out of the ring and takes a dive through the ropes. Jordan Oliver follows behind with his own dive. Price dives over the top rope, with Blake Christian and Jack Cartwheel following behind. Komander runs on the top rope and dives on everybody on the outside.
Back in the ring, Murdoch and Price got at it. Murdoch manages to connect with a Destroyer. Murdoch then hits a Destroyer on Blake and Cole. Jordan Oliver connects with a Cleopatra to Murdoch. Cartwheel enters, but Cole returns and hits a Cutter on Oliver and Cartwheel. Cartwheel immediately returns and takes out Cole. Komander and Cartwheel showcase their abilities. Komander plants Cartwheel with a DDT.
Blake gets back into the ring and hits a combination of moves on Komander. Blake hits two Brainbusters on Komander, before Jordan Oliver takes them both out. After a move in the corner of the ring wipes out five wrestlers, Blake Christian picks up the win with a Stomp to Alec Price.
Winner: Blake Christian via pinfall
Joey Janela vs. Mike Jackson
Janela immediately leaves the ring as the bell rings. Mike Jackson does the same when Janela returns to the ring. Janela and Jackson lock up. Janela delivers a delayed body slam. Jackson replies with an armdrag and two hip tosses that send Janela out of the ring. Jackson takes a dive through the middle rope. Back in the ring, Janela takes control. Janela takes Jackson down, before delivering a German Suplex.
Janela lifts Jackson up for a delayed vertical Suplex. Jackson gets his shoulder up to kick out of the pin attempt. Janela sends Jackson into the corner and then locks a chin lock in the middle of the ring. Jackson gets back up and elbows Janela in the midsection, followed by two shoulder tackles. Jackson sends Janela into the turnbuckles. Jackson sends Janela down into the canvas face-first. Jackson goes old school and walks the top rope around the entire ring.
On the outside, Janela misses an attempt to connect with Jackson and goes straight into the ring post. Jackson goes old school again, but this time walks the length of the barricade around the ringside area. Janela delivers a big knee as Jackson attempts to re-enter the ring. Janela slams Jackson into the canvas, but the veteran kicks out of the pin attempt at one. Jackson and Janela trade blows. Janela grabs a steel chair and places it on top of Jackson laying on the mat. Janela connects with a Double Stomp, but Jackson kicks out of the cover again.
Janela sends more weapons into the ring. Jackson delivers a neck breaker. Jackson places Janela on a door set up on two steel chairs and connects with a splash from the top to win.
Winner: Mike Jackson via pinfall
Jack Evans vs. Ninja Mack
Ninja Mack backs Jack Evans into the corner, before Evans manages to back Ninja Mack into the corner. Mack knocks Evans down with a shoulder tackle, but Evans gets back up to take advantage. Evans and Mack manage to avoid each other’s moves using their athleticism, and both reach a stalemate. Evans sends Mack to the outside, but he gets caught up in the ropes as he tries to take a dive through the ropes. Mack sends Evans to the stage area. Evans manages to Moonsault from the stage to take out Ninja Mack.
Back in the ring, Jack Evans manages to dump Ninja Mack on his head with a German Suplex from the top turnbuckle. Mack replies with a twisting splash, but Evans gets his shoulder up at two. Evans connects with knees to the midsection and delivers a Northern Lights Suplex, before planting Mack into the canvas. Evans goes to the top, but misses his 630 attempt and lands on his head. Ninja Mack pins him to win.
Winner: Ninja Mack via pinfall
– Jack Evans appears to be fine after the match, as Ninja Mack helps him up and raises his hand. GCW personnel come down to help Jack Evans to the back.
Masha Slamovich vs. Marko Stunt
Masha starts the match by sending Marko face-first into the canvas. Marko builds some momentum, but Masha sends him down with a shoulder tackle. Masha sends Marko to the outside. Masha sends Marko into the barricade. Back in the ring, Marko hits a flurry of moves to send Masha into the corner. Marko connects with a dropkick and big running knee to the side of the head.
Masha ultimately turns the tables and lays into Marko in the corner. Masha sends Marko flying across the ring. Marko instantly replies with another dropkick to shift the tide once again. Masha sends Marko into the corner and then connects with a spinning heel kick. Marko delivers a Brainbuster variation in the middle of the ring. Masha manages to connect with a spin kick. Masha lands a big Dragon Suplex variation, but Marko kicks out of the pin attempt. Marko replies with a DDT and takes down the straps on his ring gear.
Marko lands a choke slam, but Masha gets back to her feet. Masha plants Marko neck-first into the canvas, but he kicks out of the pin attempt again. Masha then connects with a jumping piledriver to win the match.
Winner: Masha Slamovich via pinfall
Team Gringo (ASF, Drago Kid & Gringo Loco) vs. The SAT (Joel Maximo, Jose Maximo & Wil Maximo)
Gringo and Joel start the match. Both men trade moves using their quickness, before going nose-to-nose. Drago Kid and Wil are tagged in. Drago sends Wil to the outside. ASF is tagged in and he battles with Jose. The SAT all work together to take out ASF on the outside. Drago goes for a springboard 450 Splash, but he is caught. Gringo dives over the top rope to take everybody out.
Back in the ring, The SAT go to work on Drago Kid and keep him trapped in their corner of the ring. Joel keeps Drago in the middle of the ring. The SAT connect with a Washing Machine on Drago Kid. Gringo enters and delivers a Moonsault to stop The SAT in their tracks. ASF is tagged in, and Team Gringo now take control of the match for a moment. The SAT all deliver kicks to ASF in the corner of the ring at the same time.
ASF manages to take The SAT off their feet and tags in Drago Kid. All three men of The SAT are in the ring, but Drago fends them off with a flurry of moves. All six men are in the ring trying to gain an advantage. Wil and Jose deliver a double Spanish Fly to Drago Kid. Gringo Loco ultimately connects with a Falcon Arrow to Joel from the top rope to win.
Winners: Team Gringo (Gringo Loco, ASF & Drago Kid) via pinfall
– Brendan from Wheatus is introduced to sing “Teenage Dirtbag” next. Charles Mason appears instead.
Charles Mason vs. Nate Webb
Nate Webb comes through the crowd to attack Mason from behind. Webb sends Mason to the outside and then sends him into the barricade. Webb then sends Mason into the ring post. Mason spits in the face of Webb and lays him out on the apron. Mason takes control and sends Webb into the ring post on the outside.
Back in the ring, Mason goes to work on Webb. Webb responds by biting the fingers of Mason. Webb plants Mason into the canvas. Webb grabs a steel chair and misses with a Chairsault from the top turnbuckle. Mason pulls out a piano wire from his pocket. Brendan from Wheatus appears to try and stop Mason. Webb accidentally strikes Brendan. Mason lands Death Valley Driver variation to win.
Winner: Charles Mason via pinfall
– After the match, Mason looks to choke Webb with the piano wire, just like a few weeks ago. Mason exits the ring as Brendan attends to Nate Webb. Mason returns to the ring to choke Brendan with the piano wire.
Grim Reefer vs. Homicide
Reefer pushes Homicide into the corner of the ring and delivers a chop. He does the same again moments later. Reefer manages to deliver a third chop. Homicide takes down Reefer, who rolls to the outside. Both competitors fight on the floor. Homicide sends Reefer into the barricade. Reefer sends Homicide over the barricade, before leaping over it to take him down.
Back in the ring, Reefer lights up a spliff. Reefer connects with a neck breaker while still smoking away. Reefer nails a Russian Leg Sweep from the ropes. Homicide takes the spliff and smokes it himself, and then connects with an Ace Crusher on Reefer. Homicide goes for the Three Amigos, but Reefer manages to lock in a Crossface. Reefer sets up a chair in the corner of the ring. Homicide sends Reefer head-first into the chair. Homicide connects with a modified Cutter from the top turnbuckle to win.
Winner: Homicide via pinfall
Los Macizos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo) & Jimmy Lloyd vs. The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner, Matthews Justice & 1 Called Manders)
The match begins with all six men colliding. Ciclope dives through the middle rope to take out competitors battling on the outside. Matthew Justice is hammered with steel chairs in the ring. Second Gear Crew manage to take control of the match. Manders and Miedo trade chops in the middle of the ring. Two doors are sent into the ring by Mance Warner. Justice sets up a third door on the outside.
Jimmy Lloyd enters and delivers a Cutter to Justice, but Manders turns him inside with a big lariat. Ciclope and Manders go at it, but Mance smashes a chair a Ciclope’s head. Mance then throws a chair at the head of Jimmy Lloyd who was climbing the top rope. Mance sends Lloyd crashing down to the mat, before Justice connects with a splash.
Lloyd connects with a piledriver on Manders. All six men are now in the ring trying to gain an advantage. Justice is sent through the door on the outside. Manders sends Jimmy Lloyd through the door in the corner of the ring. Miedo lands a suplex and locks in the bridge to win.
Winners: Los Macizos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo) & Jimmy Lloyd via pinfall
– a 15-minute intermission takes place.
– Back from the break, the GCW Tag Team Champions, Bussy (Allie Katch & Effy) are introduced. Effy says Bussy have been busy and they’ve arrived by helicopter from New Jersey. Bussy issue an open challenge and put the titles on the line.
Bussy (Allie Katch & Effy) vs. The Mane Event (Jay Lyon & Midas Black) for the GCW Tag Team Championship
Effy takes control of the match before tagging in Allie Katch. Both go to work on Jay Lyon. Midas Black enters and send Bussy to the outside. Jay Lyon soars through the middle rope to take out the champions. Effy is now the legal man and he delivers a big kick to Midas Black and Jay Lyon. Allie is tagged in and she delivers a splash in each corner to Midas Black and Jay Lyon. She follows up by delivering a Cannonball.
Jay Lyon and Midas Black work on Allie Katch, taking her out with a Spear. Lyon takes Effy down, but he kicks out of the pin attempt at the last moment. Bussy deliver a Stunner to their opponents at the same time. After a flurry of moves, Midas Black connects with splash onto Allie below, but Effy pulls her out of the ring so she cannot be covered. Effy Spears Midas Black in the center of the ring. Allie connects with a pildriver, as Effy hits the Zack Ryder to win.
Winners: STILL GCW Tag Team Champions, Bussy (Allie Katch & Effy) via pinfall
Jon Moxley vs. Tony Deppen for the GCW World Championship
Deppen attempts to use his technical style to ground Moxley. The champion responds with his own submission by stretching the back of Deppen. Moxley and Deppen lock hands for a test of strength. The fans are behhind Tony. Moxley delivers a number of chops to Deppen in the corner of the ring. Deppen responds with his own chops, before Moxley lifts him up and powers him down to the canvas.
Deppen sends Moxley to the floor with a dropkick on the apron. Deppen wipes Moxley out as he takes a dive through the middle rope. Back in the ring, Moxley manages to lock in a chokehold on the mat. Moxley delivers a number of elbows. The champion and Deppen trade forearms. On the apron, Deppen sends Moxley shoulder-first into the edge of the ring. Deppen has Moxley in the trouble by delivering a series of blows, including a nunber of headbutts.
Deppen delivers a flurry of chops in the corner of the ring to Moxley. Deppen looks to charge at Moxley in the corner, but the champion connects with a big clothesline. On the top rope, Moxley rakes the back of Deppen, before connecting with a Superplex. Moxley and Deppen trade blows as they’re on their knees in the center of the ring.
Moxley delivers a piledriver, but Deppen kicks out of the cover. Deppen replies by delivering a number elbows and hits a knee strike. Deppen looks to choke Moxley out, but the champion reaches the bottom rope. Deppen connects with a big lariat and locks in a submission. Moxley escapes and stomps the head of Deppen. Deppen takes to the top rope and nails a Double Stomp, but Moxley turns the pinfall attempt around. Moxley strikes Deppen with multiple elbows. Deppen somehow kicks out of the cover. Moxley connects with a lariat and puts Deppen away to retain the title.
Winner: STILL GCW World Champion, Jon Moxley via pinfall
– After the match, Blake Christian makes his way down to the ring. Blake and Moxey go face-to-face. It is confirmed on the screen that the pair will collide for the title on July 29 as part of GCW’s event at Starrcast.
– That’s all for GCW You Wouldn’t Understand 2022!
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