Maddog enters the ring and proclaims that OCW Heavyweight Champion, Drew Galloway is ducking him. Maddog mentions that there is no champion in OCW which prompts the all too familiar music of the OCW Tag Team Champions, Slade and Wolfe. Slade and Wolfe take turns on the mic and announce that there are no more tag teams in OCW for them to defend against. At that moment Josh Shooter’s music hits and he enters the fray. Shooter and Maddog with the same idea go on to challenge the OCW Tag Team Champions for later in the show.
Green Smash Def Dean Brady by pinfall
The first contest of the night pits the returning, highflying Green Smash from Adelaide against North Queensland’s collegiate athlete Dean Brady. In an affair where Dean Brady exhibited his strength and dominance, it was a surprise flurry by the grass coloured Smash who hit his amazing ‘Phoenix’ finisher for the pinfall.
Dean Brady Confronts F.O.X.
After his match and disappointed by his loss Dean Brady walks to the back where he spots the glassy eyed F.O.X. laughing hysterically. A miscommunication occurs and the no nonsense Brady calls out the silent but still laughing F.O.X.
Kellyanne Def Savannah Summers by pinfall
In a battle for women’s supremacy, Kellyanne battled OCW newcomer, Savannah Summers in a hard hitting affair where neither lady held back. After a back and forth contest it was the OCW original Kellyanne who came out victorious.
Cletus Def F.O.X. by pinfall
Straight out of the Lilydale Caravan Park, Australia’s favourite bogan Cletus battled the drifting F.O.X. in what ended up as a peculiar clash between the bogan and the bum. Matters became a little more serious when a bad mood Cadman made his way to ringside. However Cadman’s presence was short lived as he charged into the ring only to be low bridged over the top to the outside. Without missing a beat Cletus went on to pin the stray F.O.X. for the victory.
Dowie James Def JXT by pinfall
In what many believed would be a match of the night candidate, the newly acquired Super Dowie engaged in a battle of athleticism with the purple haired warrior, JXT. After many near falls and non-stop action it was OCW’s newest import Dowie James that came out on top and who remains undefeated in OCW.
OCW Tag Team Championship Match: Maddog/Josh Shooter Def Slade/Wolfe (c) by DQ
In the TV Main Event for taping one, the familiar beats introduced the OCW Tag Team Champions into the arena to take on two wrestlers who have not lost in singles competition in OCW in the year 2015 in the No.1 Contender Maddog and the ‘Axe’ Josh Shooter. Shooter looking for the right tag team partner, almost found the perfect match and looked to be one half of the tag team champions until a cowardly Slade used his title belt to clock Maddog and cause the blatant disqualification. After the match Maddog came to his senses and announced that he would put his No.1 Contendership on the line next show against the villainous Slade which was enough enticement to set up this intriguing matchup.
F.O.X. Def Dean Brady by pinfall
In a follow up from last show’s confrontation the drifting F.O.X. takes on the collegiate athlete Dean Brady. Brady again appears to be in control of the action until F.O.X. wakes himself up and scores the pinfall after a blue thunder bomb.
Vixsin Def Demi Bennett by pinfall
In a first in women’s wrestling, the bad tempered Vixsin took on the sword waving Demi Bennett. In what was Demi’s first appearance since the OCW Supershow in March, it looked like she was going to be too nimble for Vixsin. It was not to be as Vixsin’s power was on display and after a valiant effort by Demi, the 1 2 3 was academic and Vixsin’s arm was raised.
Josh Shooter Def Gabriel Wolfe w/Slade Mercer by pinfall
After another unsuccessful tag title tilt, Josh Shooter engaged in one on one action against the smack talking Gabriel Wolfe. With exhibitions of strength and technique from both competitors and failed interference by Slade Mercer, it was the ‘Axe’ who came out victorious to continue his impressive 2015 run in OCW.
JXT Def Cadman Turner by pinfall
JXT looking to make an impression makes his way to the ring in his brash and friendly style to face the menacing and cruel Cadman Turner. Cadman almost appears to be too much for the purple haired warrior attempting his finisher the ‘Long Way Down’ at various points in the match. But straight out of the Lilydale Caravan Park, Cletus charges into the ring causing Cadman to take his eye off the prize. A moment is all JXT needs as he rolls up Cadman and pins him for the first time in OCW.
“The Jurassic Punk” Syd Parker Def Andy Phoenix by pinfall
This match was a spectacle of technical skill and athleticism from start to finish as the Jurassic Punk took on the first and longest reigning OCW Heavyweight Champion, Andy Phoenix. Phoenix was on a mission to take apart Parker with vicious offence in this hugely physical bout. At the concluding stages of this knock down drag out contest it appeared as though Phoenix would capture the victory as he hit a double foot stomp from the top, the same devastating move he used to defeat Syd in their last battle in January. Without a moment’s notice, TNA Superstar Robbie E appeared on the big screen to distract the former Champ yet again, allowing the Jurassic Punk to capitalize by hitting his DDT for the pinfall.
OCW No.1 Contendership Match: Maddog Def Slade Mercer w/Gabriel Wolfe
In the night’s main event, Maddog took on Slade Mercer. In what would become a hard hitting, blood spilling affair it looked like Slade would be contending for the top prize with Wolfe by his side. After some confusion between the tag champs, Maddog elevated the massive Slade for his signature piledriver and the pinfall. Maddog remains your No.1 contender to Drew Galloway’s OCW Heavyweight Championship.