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Announced card

Joey Janela vs. Davey Richards

Delirious vs. Effy

Allie Katch vs. 2 Cold Scorpio

Tony Deppen vs. Nick Wayne

Blake Christian vs. Gringo Loco

Alex Colon vs. Cole Radrick for the GCW Ultraviolent Championship

Jimmy Lloyd & Los Mazisos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo) vs. The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner, 1 Called Manders & Matthew Justice)

Axton Ray vs. Ninja Mack

Dark Sheik vs. Jordan Oliver

– The show begins with Nick Gage, who is sporting a trans rights t-shirt. Gage asks where his gang is at. Gage says the best wrestling company is in St. Louis for the first time tonight. Gage hypes up the fans as we get the show underway.

Blake Christian vs. Gringo Loco

The match starts, as anticipated, at a fast pace. Both Christian and Loco are unable to get the better of each other in the early stages of the bout. Loco manages to land a standing moonsault before locking in a Pendulum stretch as he takes control of the match. Christian eventually replies with a flurry of moves to send Loco out of the ring. Christian then takes a dive over the ropes to send Loco crashing to the floor.

Back in the ring, Christian repeatedly hits a number of elbow strikes as he begins to mimic GCW World Champion Jon Moxley who he faces in a few weeks time. Christian keeps Loco grounded until the Lucha star fights his way back into the contest. Loco lands a springboard cutter, but Christian kicks out of the pin attempt. Back outside the ring, Christian dives from the stage to wipe out Loco below.

After a further back-and-forth in the ring, Loco lands a Spanish Fly from the top turnbuckle and follows it up with a powerbomb. Loco is still unable to put Christian away. Christian ultimately spikes Loco with a Poisonrana from the top rope before delivering a Curb Stomp to win.

Winner: Blake Christian via pinfall

Allie Katch vs. 2 Cold Scorpio

Scorpio and Katch have some fun sharing their dance moves. Scorpio sends Katch down to the match as the bout starts to really get underway. Katch locks Scorpio in a headlock on the canvas, but neither competitor is able to gain a clear advantage. Scorpio and Katch trade blows in the middle of the ring. After seemingly taking Katch lightly in the early stages of the bout, Scorpio begins to ramp up the aggression.

After taking a lengthy beating, Katch begins to build some momentum. Scorpio stops her in her tracks and lands a flipping leg drop from the top turnbuckle. After Katch kicked out of the first attempt, Scorpio lands a second flipping leg drop, but she gets her shoulder up once again. Katch begins to build momentum again and connects with a big cannonball in the corner of the ring. Katch goes for the piledriver, but Scorpio reverses and ultimately lands another flipping leg drop from the top to win.

Winner: 2 Cold Scorpio via pinfall

Axton Ray vs. Ninja Mack

Ray and Mack test each other’s strength with a lock-up to start the match. Ray displays his strength, lifting Mack with a waist lock, forcing him to retreat outside the ring to recompose. Ray and Mack go back-and-forth, but Ray’s size advantage continues to become a problem. Mack forces Ray out of the ring and follows it up with a superkick to the side of the head. Mack returns to the ring, but immediately leaps over the top rope to take Ray out on the outside.

Mack goes to work on Ray around the ringside area, landing a series of chops. Ray turns the tables and Mack absorbs a number of huge chops. Back in the ring, Mack uses his quickness to counter Ray and eventually locks in a sleeper. Ray counters as Mack exits the ring. Ray then takes a leap through the ropes before taking a dive over the ropes to take out Mack on the outside. Ray lands a sit-out powerbomb in the ring, but Mack kicks out of the cover. Moments after, Mack surprises Ray with a roll-up to win the match.

Winner: Ninja Mack via pinfall

Tony Deppen vs. Nick Wayne

Wayne gets the better of Deppen early on and controls him with a wrist lock. Wayne sends Deppen down with head scissors followed by a dropkick. Deppen responds with a big knee strike and sends Wayne into the corner. Deppen takes Wayne to the outside and seats him on a chair on the front row. Deppen delivers a chop, but turns down the fans’ encouragement to land a second as he sends Wayne back into the ring.

Deppen locks Wayne in a submission hold in the middle of the ring. Wayne escapes and finds a burst of energy to land a flurry of moves on Deppen. Deppen immediately turns the tide back in his favor with a kick. Wayne continues to dig deep. Wayne goes for Clout Cutter, but Deppen had it scouted. Deppen and Wayne trade blows before Deppen lands a suplex on the apron. Both wrestlers continue to trade moves. Wayne goes for a standing Shooting Star press, but Deppen catches him in a submission hold. Wayne escapes and responds with a flurry of moves. He ultimately lands a Clout Cutter to win.

Winner: Nick Wayne via pinfall

Joey Janela vs. Davey Richards

Richards immediately locks in Janela with a wrist lock. Janela reverses as Richards uses some footwork to escape the hold. Richards keeps Janela grounded. Richards sends Janela to the floor and connects with a series of strikes. Janela catches Richards’ big boot and lands his own strikes. Janela’s offense was short-lived, as Richards resumes control of the bout back inside the ring, working on Janela’s arm.

Richards repeatedly headbutts Janela on the top turnbuckle. Richards then delivers a big superplex from the top. Despite being on the back foot for most of the contest, Janela begins to fight back and dives through the middle rope to take out Richards on the outside. Back in the ring, Richards finds a window of opportunity to lock Janela in a leg submission.

Returning to their feet, both men trade moves. Richards drops Janela on the apron once more. Richards then connects with a double stomp from the top before locking in an ankle lock. Janela does not give in, however, and tastes a flurry of kicks. Richards lands a brain buster, but Janela gets his shoulder up. Richards eventually finishes Janela off with a Gotch piledriver.

Winner: Davey Richards via pinfall

– Davey Richards praises GCW and the fans after the match. Richards says it is about building the next generation in GCW. Richards says thanks to GCW and Joey Janela.

– We now have a 15-minute intermission.

Dark Sheik vs. Jordan Oliver

Sheik and Oliver go back-and-forth to get the match started. Sheik sends Oliver out to the floor. Sheik then leaps from the top turnbuckle onto Oliver below. Back in the ring, Sheik and Oliver trade chops and forearms in the center of the ring. Oliver sends Sheik to the outside and dropkicks Sheik through the ropes. Oliver follows it up with a moonsault from the middle rope.

Sheik delivers a big DDT in the middle of the ring. Oliver replies with a sit-out powerbomb. Sheik drops Oliver on the apron and hits a Pedigree in the ring. Oliver connects with a cutter from the top rope and follows it up with an Acid Kick. Sheik kicks out of the cover at one as Oliver delivers a kick to the back of the head and a German suplex variation to win.

Winner: Jordan Oliver via pinfall

Delirious vs. Effy

Delirious goes immediately after Effy. Effy grabs the mic and says he was excited to fight Delirious, but he doesn’t want to play games. Effy says he wants the best of Delirious. Delirious grabs the microphone and speaks gibberish. Effy tells him to be quiet, and Delirious bites Effy’s finger. Delirious and Effy end up on their knees. Effy goes in for the kiss, but Delirious eventually forces him away.

The fight heads to the ringside area as Delirious connects with an atomic drop. As the action returns to the ring, Delirious is in control. Effy begins a fight back, but Delirious delivers a series of leg drops in the center of the ring. Delirious lands a Shadows Over Hell from the top turnbuckle. Effy manages to lock in a dragon sleeper variation as Delirious submits.

Winner: Effy via submission

Jimmy Lloyd & Los Mazisos (Ciclope & Miedo Extremo) vs. The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner, 1 Called Manders & Matthew Justice)

Three-on-three warfare begins the contest. Ciclope and Extremo work together on Manders before Justice comes in to help his SGC tag partner. Manders heads to the outside and pulls a door from underneath the ring. The brawl goes all around the ringside area. Ciclope connects with a baseball slide to SGC holding the door. Justice takes a wooden door into the crowd. Warner hits Lloyd with a chair.

Justice and Manders set up a door underneath a balcony on top of two chairs. Justice adds a second door on top. Justice heads to the top of the balcony, but is hit with a chair from behind by Ciclope and is sent crashing through the doors below. The brawl continues on the floor as Ciclope dives from the top of the balcony.

A pane of glass is brought into the ring. Manders sends Extremo through the glass in the corner. A number of chair shots are delivered by SGC. Ciclope is sent through some wooden doors on the outside. Justice hits a big splash from the top onto Lloyd below, who had a steel chair placed on top of him.

Winners: The Second Gear Crew (Matthew Justice, Mance Warner & 1 Called Manders) via pinfall

– A 5-minute intermission takes place ahead of the main event.

Alex Colon vs. Cole Radrick in a Deathmatch for the Ultraviolent Championship

Despite the stipulation, both men try to wrestle each other in the opening moments. They eventually pick up a light tube each and swing. Colon smashes a tube over the back and head of Radrick. Colon slices Radrick’s forehead open with a broken tube. The champion fires away with punches in the corner of the ring. Colon pulls out a saw and slices Radrick’s forehead even more.

Radrick appeared to be in trouble as Colon sent him into a bundle of tubes in the corner of the ring, but it immediately fired him up. Radrick connects with an elbow from the top, but is sent through a wooden door on the outside just moments later. Both competitors trade blows on their knees in the center of the ring. Both smash tubes against each other when back on their feet.

Colon sets up a bundle of tubes in corner on Radrick and delivers double knees. Colon connects with a Spanish Fly from the top turnbuckle onto a bundle of tubes. Radrick begins to build some momentum as the fans chant his name. Colon manages to land a tombstone and then send Radrick head-first into a bundle of tubes to win.

Winner: STILL GCW Ultraviolent Champion, Alex Colon via pinfall

– That’s all for GCW Gateway to the Death 2022!

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