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1. Delroy Alexander defeated Chris Payne (w/”Shining” Edward Jackson) via rollup
2- Habib from the Car Wash defeated “Abominable” CPA in Match 3 of the Best of Seven series. Habib lead 2-1
3- Alex Reynolds defeated “Bad Boy” Joey Janela & “Bad Apple” Matt MacIntosh in a Triple Threat Match.
4. Dirty & Durable defeated Sonjay Dutt and Fallah Bahh.
5. Chris Avery Queling defeated Anthony Bowens via interference from WrestlePro Champion Bobby Wayward & Job Security.
6. Apple Corps (Maxwell Jacob Feinstein & Vallerio) defeated The Amazing Graysons.
7- Dan Maff & Homicide defeated Pat Buck & “2 Cocky” Kevin Matthews via interference from the debuting Monsta Mack. (Dan Maff’s tag team partner of Da Hit Squad)
8- WWE Hall of Famer Rikishi & The Beach Bums defeated Johnny Clash, Mark Sterling & Massage NV. As part of the pre-match stipulation, Johnny Clash must retire from WrestlePro.
9. Team Espanikos (w/Nikki Adams) defeated Taboo Crew & Vanity (w/ Gino Gotz) to become the First WrestlePro Trios Champions.
10- Brian Cage fought Ryback to a double count-out.
11. Cody Rhodes defeated Lio Rush & Mario Bokara to retain the WCPW Internet Championship despite interference from Joey Ryan.
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