Lil' Extreme defeated Big Jake to become the #1 Contender for the TFW Light Heavyweight Championship.
TFW Light Heavyweight Champion Vinnie the Blade defeated former Champion "Prime Time" Nick Grimes to retain.
The Southern saints defeated Crazy-N-Sexy.
Tysin Starr won a six-way dance to become #1 Contender for the TFW Championship. Other participants were Chazz, Mark mayhem, Chris Chaos, Devon Raynes, & Chop Top the Clown.
TFW Champion Max Steele defeated "The Perfectionist" Josh Matthews to retain.
The New Age Cowboys (Chris Kilgore & Josh Holly) defeated Attitude, Inc. (Tony Dabbs & Bless) to win the TFW Tag Team Championship. Attitude Inc. was without the services of their manager, T-Byrd, because match stipulations required him to work in the concession stand during the match. After the match T-Byrd came to the ring to console Dabbs & Bless, and they both knocked the fire out of him. Match stipulations required that The New Age Cowboys get five minutes with T-Byrd, but it only took a couple of minutes to beat him senseless.
The Main event was a Russian Chain Match, Neil "The Real Deal" Taylor w/Tony "The Weasel" Watts vs. Fusion w/Axeman (yep, that's me). Tony Watts & I were handcuffed together for the match, much to The Weasel's dismay. It was a wild match in the ring, and just as wild outside the ring. I had my hands full keeping Watts away from the ring, but managed to do so through most of the match. Eventual winner was Neil Taylor. I will have more details and a lot more to say about the entire matter in my next column at hollywoodjimmy.com.
I missed most of the show, but I am told it was awesome. Happy 5th Anniversary, TFW!