December 21, 2019 | Holy family academy | Hazleton, PA
PPW hosted Resistance from the Holy Family Academy on December 21st, 2019. The night filled with fantastic wrestling and shocking moments was highlighted by the appearances of The Blue Meanie and Veda Scott.
In the night's main event, KC Navarro challenged Clutch Adams for the PPW Heavyweight Championship. Towards the end of the match, Navarro's friend, Sebastian Cage, who lost earlier in the night to Mantequilla, appeared to come out to help his friend after Clutch introduced a chair to the match. In a shocking turn of events, Cage took that chair and bashed his friend with it, allowing the champion to retain, leaving the PPW Nation stunned.
In another highly anticipated contest, The Blue Meanie teamed with Draven Blaze and Foxx Vinyer in a losing effort to No Limits Championship Isaak Ruhl and The Titan Outlaws.
Also, The Mane Event successfully retained their PPW Tag Team Championships against the Punk Rock All Stars.
Elsewhere, Christina Marie successfully defended her PPW Women's Championship against Veda Scott, Adena Steele and the debuting Dani Mo.
Complete results of the show can be found below.
PPW Tag Team Championship Match
Mane Event defeated Punk Rock All Stars to retain the PPW Tag Team Championships
Nolo Kitano defeated Andy Header
Tag Team Match
The Sambo Show defeated Chris Banks and JJ Adams
Mantequilla defeated Sebastian Cage
6 Man Tag Team Match
Isaak Ruhl and The Titan Outlaws defeated The Blue Meanie, Draven Blaze and Foxx Vinyer
5 Way #1 Contender's Match
Facade defeated Rembrandt, Luca Brazzi, Desean Pratt and Breaux Keller
PPW Television Championship Match
Antonio Rivera defeated Johnny Moran via disqualification
*Johnny Moran retains the PPW Television Championship via champion's advantage
Evander James defeated Charles Mason
PPW Women's Championship Fatal 4 Way Match
Christina Marie defeated Adena Steele, Dani Mo and Veda Scott to retain the PPW Women's Championship
PPW Heavyweight Championship Match
Clutch Adams defeated KC Navarro to retain the PPW Heavyweight Championship