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Orlando, Florida at Orlando Live Events Center
Report by Dot Net staffer Zack Zimmerman
The show opened with Drew Galloway cutting a promo on needing the WWN Title. Keith Lee came out and destroyed him. Lee said that he dethroned the supposed king and is now claiming the kingdom as his own. Bask in his glory.
1. Keith Lee beat Jason Kincaid, Austin Theory, and Blaster McMassive. Stokely Hathaway announced that Thatcher wouldn’t be in the match, as instead he’s been added to the main event title match. Darby Allin was going to be the fourth addition, but The Gatekeepers killed him and Blaster McMassive took the fourth spot. Lee pinned Blaster McMassive with a fireman’s carry jackhammer
2. LuFisto beat Toni Storm to retain the Shine Championship. LuFisto retained with a burning hammer. They worked hard. Good match.
3. Ethan Page beat Jimmy Havoc with the Bookend.
4. “South Pacific Power Trip” Travis Banks and TK Cooper beat Chris Dickinson and Jaka. SPPT delivered big again. Fun match. They pinned Dickinson with the assisted brainbuster.
5. Pete Dunne beat ACH to retain the Progress Championship.
6. Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Mark Haskins to retain the Evolve Championship.
7. Matt Riddle beat Parrow, Fred Yehi, Jon Davis, Tracy Williams, and Timothy Thatcher in an elimination match to become the first WWN Champion.
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