01/13 PWG DDT4 2013 results - El Generico and Kevin Steen reunite in a tag team tournament featuring The Young Bucks, Super Smash Brothers, Future Shock, Dojo Bros, and more!

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Jan 13, 2013 - 12:46 PM

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla live event
Reseda, California at the American Legion Post #308
Report by Dot Net staffer Will Pruett

The following are the full results of the PWG DDT4 tournament. Stay tuned for a detailed report and analysis later this week. For pictures and live thoughts from the show, check out my Twitter at

Before the show began, Excalibur announced that the Tag Team Championships were on the line in this tournament, meaning that whenever the champions were in a match, they were defending the titles.

1. The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) defeated The Inner City Machine Guns (Rich Swann and Ricochet) in a first round match.

2. The Unbreakable F-cking Machines (Michael Elgin and Brian Cage) defeated The Super Smash Brothers (Player Uno and Stupefy) in a first round match to win the PWG Tag Team Championships. During this match, Player Uno dislocated his shoulder and was working to put it back in place. Later in the night, it was announced that he was okay.

3. Future Shock (PWG World Champion Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly defeated The Dojo Bros (Eddie Edwards and Roderick Strong) in a first round match.

4. Kevin Steen & El Generico defeated The Briscoe Brothers (Jay and Mark Briscoe) in a first round match.


5. The Young Bucks defeated The Unbreakable F-cking Machines in a semi-final match to win the PWG Tag Team Championships.

6. Kevin Steen & El Generico defeated Future Shock in a semi-final match.

7. Willie Mack defeated B-Boy.

8. Drake Younger defeated Sami Calihan in the second match of a best of three series in a Knockout or Submissions only match. Younger and Calihan are tied at a win each in the series.

9. The Young Bucks defeated Kevin Steen and El Generico in the finals of the DDT4 tournament to retain the PWG Tag Team Championships.

After the final match, there was a celebration of El Generico that included the entire locker room paying tribute to him and an extended standing ovation from the crowd.

Pruett's Pause: This show was something very special. El Generico has been in PWG for years and this tribute to him was amazing. I'll be reviewing the show in detail soon, but I want to say now that I cannot recommend this show enough. It was an amazing night.

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