Hell or Highwater Quick Results

Results

Here  are the quick results for the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater.

Cowboys and Indians (Billy Williams & Eddy Bombay) defeated Dan Moore & Jarrad Slate, Emanuelle & JXT and The Hive (Bee Boy & the MANtis) to retain the EPW Tag Team titles

Tyler Jacobs defeated Alex ‘AK-47′ Kingston to advance to the Invitational Tournament Final, following an attack by Solution Members The Warship & Amity Row

Hughesy defeated Scotty Ryan to advance to the Invitational Tournament Final

Marcius Pitt defeated Jonah Rock

McMassive (Gavin McGavin & Mike Massive) defeated Generation Zero (Hayden Zenith & Michael Morleone) in a Hardcore Rules Match. As McMassive celebrated the hard fought victory they were blindsided by Gen Zero, McGavin having his throat crushed with a chair and Massive getting tasered. Both men would be stretchered out of Bodyslam Central. EPW Management is currently awaiting news on the conditions of both Gavin McGavin following this incident.

The debuting Logan Gray defeated Liam Mendel, Jordan Bishop and Taylor King in a Four Way Match to win the Rising Star Cup in his debut match

Michelle K. Hasluck would be presented with a tiara by Elliot Forbes only to be interrupted by Blair Brady.

Damian Slater defeated ‘The Smashing Machine’ Chris Vice when once again the Solution’s Warship & Amity Row would make an appearance. Vice managed to recover from their attack but was blind-sided by the returning AZ Vegara, who would reveal himself as the newest member of The Solution.

The Road to Re-Awakening continues in October with two huge events. EPW returns to the Game Sports Bar for a night of 18+ action on October 2nd, before heading back to Bodyslam Central for Road to Glory on October 10th. Tickets available soon through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

Rising Star Cup Final

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Since debuting in 2007, the Rising Star Cup tournament has given the up and comers of Explosive Pro Wrestling the opportunity to showcase their talents. Former winners of the tournament include the inaugural winner Dan Moore, former EPW Champions Sebastian Sander (2008) and Alex Kingston (2009) and Generation Zero’s Hayden Zenith (2012).

The tournament has been running since May, with the qualifying rounds once again taking place at Members’ House Show events. For the first time ever, the final will be contested in a Fatal four way match.

The winner of last year’s cup Jordan Bishop will attempt to make EPW history by becoming the first competitor to win the tournament on two occasions. Bishop advanced to the final by defeating the high flying Lucha Rojo.

His Kings and Bishops tag team partner, Taylor King has used the Festival off-season to concentrate on improving his wrestling.? Picked up a win over the surf loving Bodhi McKenzie before heading Interstate. King would recently make his Interstate debut in Adelaide and take in some further training at Carlo Cannon’s Vicious Pursuit Pro Wrestling and Performance Academy in Melbourne.

The 2014 EPW Rookie of the Year, Liam Mendel was the last man to qualify for the final with a win over Bodhi’s brother, Byron on August 14. Mendel will be looking to avenge his loss to Bishop in last years final.

The final spot is up for grabs with the qualifying ‘Cowboy’ Billy Williams withdrawing from the match to compete in the EPW Tag Team Championship bout. Will we see someone who had already been eliminated from the tournament given a second chance?

Who will add their name to the cup in 2015? Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

Haste to make announcement!

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After recently having surgery on his knee, TMDK’s Shane Haste will be appearing at Hell or Highwater to announce his plans in Explosive Pro Wrestling over the coming months.

Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

The ‘Cowboy’ withdrawn from the Rising Star Cup

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‘Cowboy’ Billy Williams will not be taking part in the final of the Rising Star Cup at Hell or Highwater on August 22nd due to being one half of the EPW Tag Team Champions, Cowboys and Indians.

Explosive Pro Wrestling presents its most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

Tag Team Championship Four Way Match

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‘Cowboy’ Billy Williams and ‘The Bolly Boy’ Eddy Bombay have found themselves in the right place at the right time over the past month and a half. Finding themselves caught in the middle of the Gen Zero/McMassive and coming out the unexpected winners.

At Hell or Highwater on August 22nd, Williams and Bombay are set to defend the titles in a huge championship four way contest.

Dan Moore and Jarrad Slate have had trouble gelling as a team with their differences of philosophy in regards to competition. Moore wants to play by the rules and Slate is all about gaining the victory. Last month at the Game Sports Bar, the pair would gain their first victory as a team. Will that win see the ‘Nice Guy’ and the ‘Legion of One’ start to finally gel?

Bee Boy and The MANtis, collectively known as the Hive have been making waves as one of the most exciting high flying teams in the country. The Sydney based duo will be looking to make waves in their Explosive Pro Wrestling debut.

Last but not least, the Victorian pair of Emanuelle and JXT. These two youngsters have been making an impression on the Melbourne circuit during 2015. Emanuelle is no stranger to EPW fans, debuting at Evolution as part of the huge 8 man tag match in May.

The high flying JXT, makes his EPW debut, coming off a huge victory over a former 4 time EPW Champion, TMDK’s Marcius Pitt at a recent Melbourne City Wrestling event.

Will Cowboys and Indians defy the odds to retain the titles or will we see new Tag team champions crowned? Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

McMassive and Gen Zero set to get Hardcore

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The road to the EPW Tag Team titles was long and arduous for McMassive’s Gavin McGavin and Mike Massive, after finally achieving their dream at Goldrush the pair would go on to proudly defend the titles for 119 days. The dream would come crashing down at State of Origin due to the interference of ‘The One’ Hayden Zenith and ‘The Don’ Michael Morleone collectively known as Generation Zero.

Zenith and Morleone had targeted McMassive since joining forces and the two teams are now set to collide in a Hardcore Rules match. McMassive have revenge on their minds after losing the titles and the continuous taunts from Gen Zero. Have the One and the Don already planted the seeds for victory with their mind games?

Can McMassive gain payback on Gen Zero or will the One and the Don get the better of them once more? Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

Jacobs vs Kingston – Invitational Tournament Semi Final

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The first of the Invitational Tournament Semi Finals is set to take place at Hell or Highwater. It will be a battle of two former winners as 2002 winner Tyler Jacobs clashes with 2012 winner Alex ‘AK-47′ Kingston.

One of the most decorated competitors in EPW history, Jacobs is the hardened veteran who will use any trick in the book to gain a victory. An EPW original and triple crown winner, Jacobs is a former two time EPW Champion, record equaling 4 time Tag Team Champion and also held the now defunct Hardcore Championship.

Kingston is one of the most exciting wrestlers in the history of the company, always willing to throw caution out the window, putting his body on the line to gain the victory and astonish those who witness his acrobatic feats. Over the past year and a half Kingston has proved time and again he belongs at the very top of Explosive Pro Wrestling.

Who will advance to the final at Re-Awakening XIV? Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

EPW Championship Match – Slater vs Vice

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Since defeating Alex Kingston to become the EPW Champion at Goldrush, the ever cocky Damian Slater has taken every opportunity to taunt Explosive Pro Wrestling via social media, videos and even no showing his scheduled bout with Marcius Pitt at the Game Sports Bar. The South Australian is now once again scheduled to defend his title for the first time at Hell or Highwater on August 22nd.

Claiming that Pitt had run out of title chances on his Facebook page, Slater will face another competitor and former EPW Champion he is no stranger in ‘The Smashing Machine’ Chris Vice. Over the past year and a half they have crossed paths on many occasions.

At July’s State of Origin Vice would get the better of the Golden Boy, pinning the champion to secure victory for WA in the huge 6 man main event. The champion is sure to be coming up with some plan for EPW and Chris Vice in the leadup to this huge contest.

Will Slater take the belt back to South Australia or will the Smashing Machine be able to bring the EPW Championship home where it belongs? Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year, the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

Invitational Tournament – The Final Four

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Let’s take a quick look at the four men who have advanced to the Semi Finals of the 2015 Invitational Tournament.

Adam Banks in his return match from injury, was the first competitor to qualify for the Semi Finals with assistance from his manager Lukey Bolland over the youngster Liam Mendel at Evolution.

The man from the local, Hughesy was the next to qualify with a victory over ‘Big Rig’ Scotty Ryan at State of Origin.

At that same event the 2 time EPW Champion, record equalling 4 time EPW Tag Team Champion and winner of the 2002 tournament Tyler Jacobs eliminated 2013 winner Dan Moore.

The last of the semi finalists was decided at the Game Sports Bar last month with former EPW Champion and winner of the 2012 tournament Alex ‘AK-47′ Kingston advvancing over Ultimo Riggo (a poorly disguised Scotty Ryan).

Which of these 4 men will advance to the final of the longest running tournament in Australian wrestling?

Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents its most dangerous show of the year the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.

 

The Mighty set to clash

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The Mighty Don’t Kneel; but they are set to fight when Marcius Pitt and Jonah Rock clash in a Grudge Match at Hell or Highwater on August 22nd.

With the return of leaders Mikey Nicholls and Shane Haste for one night only, TMDK picked up a victory in a 8 man tag contest at Evolution and seemed to be as united as ever. Things would change later that night when Rock would assist his fellow South Australian Damian Slater to victory over then EPW Champion Alex Kingston.

Last month at State of Origin, the former tag team champions would clash as members of opposing teams as part of the huge 6 man main event contest. Both men would battle it out with each other around Bodyslam Central with the Samoan Monster putting the People’s Hero through the ringside announcers table just as he had with Kingston.

Pitt would get payback on his former allie with a F5 to the floor of Bodyslam Central. WA would eventually go on to pick up the victory.

Can the walls of Bodyslam Central contain these two big men or will it be shaken to its very foundations?

Will this be the beginning of the end of TMDK?

Find out when Explosive Pro Wrestling presents the most dangerous show of the year the 14th annual Hell or Highwater at Bodyslam Central (Cyril Jackson Rec Centre) in Bassendean on August 22nd. Tickets AVAILABLE NOW through www.epwperth.com or call 0409 373 937.