By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
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Heavy on Wrestling “Black Sunday”
Duluth, Minnesota at Clyde Iron Works
Report by Dot Net Member Chris Ketchmark
1. Chainsaw King over Copperhead Duke Cornell with special referee Tommy Dreamer. The ropes were replaced with chains. Cornell shoved Dreamer took a stunner for his error and was powerbombed and pinned by King.
2. Nathen Edwards beat JDX. a fast paced, athletic match.
3. “Settle for Nothing” Lore and Sebastian Taylor over King Leonidas and Mitch Paradise by DQ. Darin Corbin interfered for the DQ.
4. NWA Women’s Champion Jazz defeated HOW Women’s Champion Leva Bates to win the HOW Championship. Jazz won via pin in a slow, clunky match to go home with both titles.
5. Darin Corbin defeated Ken Anderson and Arik Cannon in a three-way to become No. 1 contender. Corbin pinned Cannon after a ginger snap. Lore and Taylor interfered.
6. HOW Champion Air Wolf defeated Matt Sydal in a non-title match. Wolf won by pin in an excellent match.
After the main event, Corbin and company were trash talking Wolf. The lights went out. A crow was shown on the screen and Sting was revealed to be coming to FortuneBaynia 2 on July 28 in Tower, Minnesota at Fortune Bay Casino and Resort. A bat was in the ring when the lights were on again.
Next Show: February 17, 2019 at Clyde Iron Works.
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