Preview: PCW ULTRA – Mind Crawler (6/14/19)

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PCW ULTRA presents: Mind Crawler Friday, June 14th at ILWU Memorial Hall (ULTRAtorium)in Wilmington, CA. The Meet and Greet begins at 5:30 and the chance for an in-ring photo with TJ Perkins for only $25 at 4:30. Four Title matches are on the card featuring a Tag Team Super Fight. BELL TIME 8:30 PM.

One Percent (Royce Isaacs & Jorel Nelson) vs SCHAFF & Ace Romero 

The ULTRA debut of One Percent didn’t go as planned and they dropped the DEFY Tag Titles to WARBEAST (Almighty Sheikh & Jacob Fatu) at WrestleSummit. They hope to get another crack at the Champs but first they face the debuting Schaff and All Elite Wrestling’s (AEW) Ace Romero. The experience is definitely with One Percent as they’re arguably the best team in the Wild West right now and just keep getting better. Despite losing the  DEFY WRESTLING Gold they still hold multiple Titles and have been unbeatable this year in Las Vegas. SCHAFF is a monster and dominated Portland, Oregon, and heads south to do the same. There are plenty of great matches for him including his tag team partner. Romero is the most versatile four-hundred pounder I’ve ever seen. He has quality aerial moves and is devastating in space. These two will be tough to beat just for the fact of how good they are individually. Now if they have issues as a team that’s an entirely different problem…

PCW ULTRA UltraLight Championship: “Superstar” Jake Atlas (c) vs Trey Miguel

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Jake Atlas has not lost in ULTRA since last September and continues to gain confidence as Champion. He defeated Dezmond Xavier in his first defense at WrestleSummit and now has his Rascalz partner Trey Miguel in his sights. Miguel won an entertaining match against Australia’s Adam Brooks in April, but taking down the Superstar in the ULTARtorium is a completely different prospect.

PCW ULTRA Women’s Championship: Tessa Blanchard (c) vs Jordynne Grace 

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Two of the best wrestlers in the World and one of the best women’s matches anywhere. These ladies ALWAYS BRING IT. Two completely different styles that get similar results. Tessa is methodical like her Father and prefers to wear down opponents limb by limb if necessary. Grace is a beast and utilizes her strength and power with brutal efficiency. Her intensity is next level and she wins many matches before she even gets in the ring on intimidation alone. That’s before she slams the s*** out of you.

Relentless” Douglas James vs Brian Pillman Jr.

Major League Wrestling‘s (MLW) Brian Pillman Jr. makes his ULTRA debut against red-hot Douglas James. Pillman Jr. is fun, unpredictable and talented all in one. He prefers to get into his opponents head whether he brings weapons and animals to the ring or the bleach blonde hair Pillman Jr. keeps the opposition guessing. Douglas James is in the middle of a tough run and Pillman is the most unorthodox of them all. Is DJ fresh after a war against SCHAFF? Most likely. He looked good after the match, and he told me the next day he felt great, so Pillman will need to slow down the “Relentless” Express who’s looking to regain the UltraLight Title and get a singles match against the “Superstar.”

PCW ULTRA & DEFY WORLDWIDE Tag Team Championship: WARBEAST (Almighty Sheikh & Jacob Fatu) (c) vs Lucha Bros (Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix)

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This folks is a Tag Team dream match in 2019 that is a Main Event anywhere. WARBEAST is making their name known outside of the ULTRAtorium in unforgettable ways (as Contra Unit in MLW). AEW’s Lucha Bros have won Titles everywhere and recently lost a classic against the Young Bucks in Las Vegas. All Violence is Legal in this one, but Fenix and Penta are accustomed to Lucha rules which seem to allow anything anyway. WARBEAST has never lost. This may be the first.

TJ Perkins vs Adam Brooks

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Former WWE Cruiserweight Champion TJ Perkins returns to Independent wrestling and is one win away from an UltraLight Title shot. Perkins is an exciting talent who is looking to prove his doubters wrong. He won the Cruiserweight Classic and became the first WWE Cruiserweight Champion. TJ had some good matches in WWE and has a versatile skill set. He’s equally adept in the air and on the mat creating defensive problems for his opponents. The Wild West Cruiserweight scene is deep and his opponent from Down Under can attest because wins have been hard for the talented Aussie out here. “Brooksy” lost to Trey Miguel at WrestleSummit and Chris Bey in Las Vegas and gets first dibs at Perkins.

PCW ULTRA Openweight Championship: Mil Muertes (c) vs Sami Callihan

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Muertes sent Shane Strickland to the WWE Performance Center in March when he ripped the ULTRA Title away at Wrestle Summit. This led to WARBEAST coming out and just a bunch of craziness. Now Muertes makes his first defense against the “Death Machine” Sami Callihan who beat Brian Cage last time by “questionable means.” Whether or not Sami will be able to put his feet on the ropes to get a pin over Muertes remains to be seen, but it likely will take more than that. Mil is a legend in Mexico and Puerto Rico as El Mesias and has the credentials to hold the title a very long time

Stay tuned to the Last Word on Pro Wrestling for more on this and other stories from around the world of wrestling, as they develop. You can always count on LWOPW to be on top of the major news in the wrestling world, as well as to provide you with analysis, previews, videos, interviews, and editorials on the wrestling world.  PCW Ultra can be found over at Highspots Wrestling Network


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