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Pirate and Ninja new Tag Team Champions at Extreme Measures!
Apr 18, 2010 at 02:04 AM

Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome were crowned the first ever IPW NZ Tag Team Champions at Extreme Measures when they defeated nine other tag teams in the Tag Team Eliminator followed by their victory over “The Professional” Joseph Kinkade and Mischa Ivanoff in the tag team match final!

The Tag Team Eliminator match, which saw the teams enter the ring in two minute intervals kicked off with Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome and Saint Chaos.  Flagboy and the Antagonist were next to enter, and were just as quick to exit the match when both went over the top rope, and their team was eliminated from contention.

“The Samoan Silverback” Alexander and his partner A Class were next into the match, and as they entered Curt Chaos was eliminated, leaving his partner, Brian Saint James, as the last hope for the team.

“Handsome” Danny Jacobs and his man mountain Elias were next in, and they were followed in two minutes later by the wildcard team of Liger and the first woman to be in the main event in IPW history, JPE.

Jacobs was soon eliminated by JPE, but she quickly followed him out when she was thrown over the top as the Xtreme Superstars joined the fray, Jordan Invincible and Davey Deluxeo.  A Class was then eliminated, and Deluxeo threw Elias over the top rope to the outside, taking HDJ and Elias out of contention for the belts.

Pirate Burns was the next to go, followed by Liger, leaving JPE and Liger out of the running for the belts.  Rocketman and Astro were the next tag team in, but it wasn’t long before both men were eliminated single-handedly by Brian Saint James.

Flagboy and the Antagonist made an illegal entry back into the Eliminator, and went just as quickly as their first attempt in the ring.  Kazuki and Link van Haggard were quick on their heels into the ring.

Flagboy and the Antagonist entered for the third time, making their stay long enough to eliminate Jordan Invincible before they were out of the ring and chased from ringside by the enraged Xtreme Superstar.

Mischa Ivanoff and “The Professional” Joseph Kinkade were the last team to enter, the privilege they earned when they beat Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome earlier in the evening in the Eliminator Implication match. 

Kazuki and Link van Haggard were caught in a double team and were both eliminated by Ivanoff and Kinkade, followed quickly by Alexander, who was tossed out by Kinkade.

Brian Saint James was then eliminated by Deluxeo, leaving four men in the ring: Ivanoff, Kinkade, Deluxeo and Ninja Fury.  Mischa was the next to leave following a double team by DD and Fury, but Deluxeo was the next to go, falling victim to Kinkade, and with Kinkade and Fury the last two men in the match, the match then switched to a traditional tag team match with the two remaining teams.

Kinkade used dirty tactics and attacked Ninja Fury before the start of the next portion of the match, so Kinkade went straight for a series of pins as the bell rang, but he was unable to keep the Ninja down for the three count.

Fury got to his feet and started to fight back, but Kinkade wouldn’t let him have the advantage.  Ninja struck a low blow on Mischa and hit a hurricanrana from the top to get the all important tag to Pirate Burns.

Burns was quickly stymied by an amped up Kinkade, and momentum remained on the side of the Professional and Ivanoff.  Burns managed to hit a neckbreaker on Ivanoff and managed to get the tag to a refreshed Ninja.

The Pirate and the Ninja then double teamed Ivanoff, and Fury then pounded Kinkade into the corner and as Mischa joined the fray, all three piled up in an Electric Chair from the ropes.

Burns and Kinkade then brawled to the outside, while Fury hit a spinning dropkick followed by a huge Shooting Star Press from the top to get the three count on Mischa Ivanoff, meaning Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome earned the victory and became the first ever IPW NZ Tag Team Champions!

And, Dunn’s Open Challenge featured as the second main event of the evening, which was answered first by Miles, who was quickly dispatched by IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Champion “The One” Vinny Dunn.  Dunn’s second call for a challenger was answered first by “The Ex-Patriot” Alfred Valentine and then Jon E. King, resulting in a Triple Treat match for the IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship!

The early portion of the match saw Valentine quickly sent off to the outside while King and Dunn grappled in the ring for the advantage.  It wasn’t long before King and Valentine decided working together was the smarter approach, and the pair double teamed the One, laying into him with measured punishing blows.

The alliance was short lived, however, and as the champ got thrown outside, Valentine and King went for it hammer and tong inside the ring.  King missed with a springboard moonsault off the second rope, and Valentine then missed with a moonsault.

The champ seized the advantage and headed up top hitting a double elbow drop on the downed pair.  Dunn then went for a Musclebuster on Valentine, but he was intercepted by King, who then pinned the Ex-Patriot for two.

Valentine nailed Dunn with a suplex but got caught by the champ going for a kick resulting in the One cinching in the ankle lock.  King prevented Valentine from tapping and then caught Dunn on the ropes, nailing him with a Superplex from the top.

The Machiavellian Ex-Patriot took the advantage but missed his 450 Splash and was hit by King’s Silencer Superkick.  Dunn broke the pin to save the match, and threw King into the ropes where his leg got tied up and Dunn hauled Valentine into the Musclebuster, hitting it for three to retain his IPW New Zealand Heavyweight Championship at Extreme Measures!

Post-match: “The One” Vinny Dunn accepted the challenge from “The Samoan Silverback” Alexander, and IPW Commissioner Dion McCracken made the match for the next show, 29th May at Westlake Boys High, North Shore, Auckland.

Full results for IPW Extreme Measures 2010:

  • Tag Team Eliminator Implication match
    “The Professional” Joseph Kinkade & Mischa Ivanoff def. Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome

    Mischa caught Fury on the ropes and while Kinkade and Burns brawled outside, Ivanoff hit a fireman ‘s carry slam to get the victory, meaning their team got the all important advantage going into the Tag Team Eliminator, becoming the last entrant into the match.  PANATA, on the other hand, was then forced to enter first.
  • Reuben de Jong w/ Justin Lane def. “Wrestling’s Most Wanted” Lil T
    Lil T’s quick fire offence didn’t survive the raw power and pure brutality of de Jong, who hit his devastating chokeslam to take the win.
    Post-match: NZ Dream came to the rescue of Lil T, but the pair were devastated by de Jong.
  • “The Ex-Patriot” Alfred Valentine w/ Flagboy & The Antagonist def. Dils Deluxeo
    Valentine drained the strength from Dils with well executed submission holds, and while Dil’s used his power to lever his way out of the holds, in the end he fell victim to a quick roll up from the veteran.
  • Handsome Reflections
    “Handsome” Danny Jacobs w/ Britenay & Elias
    Guest starring: “The Samoan Silverback” Alexander, A Class and Saint Chaos: Curt Chaos & Brian Saint James
    .
    The Commish Dion McCracken interrupted the tempered and rapidly disintegrating talk show to make a match between Brian Saint James and A Class.
  • A Class w/ “The Samoan Silverback” Alexander def. Brian Saint James w/ Curt Chaos
    Curt Chaos beat up A Class on the outside while Brian Saint James distracted the ref and threatened Alexander.  A Class fought back and locked in an arm submission, forcing Brian Saint James to tap out.
  • Britenay w/ “Handsome” Danny Jacobs & Elias def. Alita Capri
    HDJ and Elias were quickly ejected from ringside when Jacobs attacked Capri from behind.  Alita rallied and hit back at Britenay, but in the end she was hauled up onto the back of Britenay and stretched out before being planted into a facebuster.  Britenay got the pin and the three count to take the win.
  • IPW NZ Heavyweight Championship
    Dunn Open Challenge
    “The One” Vinny Dunn def. Miles

    Miles read the One a poem, which wasn’t well received, and Dunn replied with a Musclebuster followed by the Ankle Lock, and Miles tasted his first championship defeat.
  • IPW NZ Heavyweight Championship Triple Threat match
    Dunn Open Challenge
    “The One” Vinny Dunn def. Jon E. King & “The Ex-Patriot” Alfred Valentine

    With King tied up in the ropes, Dunn was able to hit the Musclebuster on Valentine to retain his Championship
  • IPW Tag Team Eliminator match
    Pirates and Ninjas Are Totally Awesome def. “The Professional” Joseph Kinkade & Mischa Ivanoff; Flagboy & The Antagonist; Saint Chaos; “Handsome” Danny Jacobs & Elias; “The Samoan Silverback” Alexander & A Class; Liger & JPE; Xtreme Superstars; Rocketman & Astro and Kazuki & Link van Haggard

    It came down to PANATA and Kinkade and Ivanoff, and in the end it was the Pirate and Ninja who prevailed when Fury hit the Shooting Star Press to become the first ever IPW Tag Team Champions!

 

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